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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
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too. the expressway looking slow between the city. this accident. on museum way at the o'brian highway. route 28 there. so a little bit of a congested area. we will keep an eye on that one for you. mbta red line, they are expecting you to expect minor northbound delays because of earlier work that was taking place. a look at one of our live cameras, the expressway, that volume starting to build as you head past the gas tanks on the expressway. live drive times for you. the pike 12 minutes. minutes. 128 from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls, a good ride, 22 minutes there. over to you. we are following breaking news out of des moines, iowa. there is a manhunt for at least one person who shot and killed two police officers in an ambush-style attack. daniel miller joins us with the latest on the search for the gunman. >> we learned the officers are with two different police departments. the first one was shot while sitting in a cruise iron patrol
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the second officer responded to the call and also shot on the car 20 minutes after the first shooting. both shooings and to be an ambush. right now the des moines police department is trying to put together a description of the suspect. also news conference happening right now. we are monitoring that and will bring you the latest details as soon as we get them. in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 news. this morning investigators investigator will work to try to determine why a train went off the tracks in westwood. determine if any of the chemicals leaked from the cars. michael henrich is live at the scene where we are awaiting for investigators from pan am to arrive. michael, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, pan am railways is in charge of this investigation as we understand it and at this point, they don't believe that anything spilled. but the train cars that got off the tracks and derailed are still here and not in a position to be removed just yet.
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they have a generator with spotlights lighting up the scene and handful of people in yellow reflective gear walking back and forth and it will be daylight before actually removing any of these cars. now i want to show you some pictures taken by some of our viewers who live nearby snapping these photos right after this happened at 8:30 near broadway and river street in that area of westford. now initially it was called out this is the will heest level of concern when it comes to that hazmat scaling system, and, again, they do not believe anything spilled out so they called off the initial plan or thought process of doing a reverse 911 call to nearby residents. again, that never materialized. a member of the town board of selectmen just did show up on scene. and before i went on air about 30 seconds before i had to run
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train from pan am did derail almost at the same spot he said about two and a half years ago in 2014 and he expressed a concern why this would happen on such a clear weather day and didn't seem to be any particular outside factor that is obvious to him at this point as to why this would have happened. that's why the investigation, of course, takes place. i have reached out to pan am as soon as we hear back we will bring that you update. reporting live in westford, michael henrich, fox25 news. a wild crash on 93 in randolph left a driver dropped in his car around 3:30 on exit 5 and 93. you can see the car rolled over and came to a rest right on top of a guardrail. the driver was trapped but conscious after the crash.
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we are awaiting his condition. and two men are in critical condition hit by a septic truck crossing the street. the 76-year-old man and 67-year-old woman were trying to catch the bugs in front of city hall. the truck ran into them. we asked the chief of police if the area is risky for pedestrians. >> i have lived here 36 years and not that i am aware of. a crosswalk. a busy street. heavily traveled. on the scene. police are pulling surveillance tapes from the area to see if any cameras captured the accident. skyfox over the scene of a dramatic five-car crash in middleborough where you can see a utility truck on its side and another car charred from the flames. yesterday the driver of the utility truck hit the car in front of him causing that car to roll over and catch fire. tremendous other cars were hit
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could hear cries of help from the driver of the burning car and he limped over to help somebody else came and came and pulled him away. i don't know, i guess it was adrenaline, i guess. >> reporter: a middleborough police lieutenant say the call for the crash was eerily y similar to a crash that killed four teens on the road. the driver of the utility truck was cited for operating to endanger. he told police he had been working 80 hours at the time of the crash. opening statements in the death penalty trial of gary lee sampson begin this morning. sampson admits that he killed three people in an interstate crime spree back in 2001. a judge threw out his previous death sentence after learning a juror didn't disclose she was a domestic abuse survivor during the selection process. now sampson's lawyers are trying to spare his life.
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boston in federal court. we will be there. fox25 investigates the first to tell you about a new lawsuit a 12-year veteran was suspended from the force in august. gutwell said it was retaliation because he reported corruption in the department. in february, gutwell-made a formal complaint accusing officers of misconduct. he claims buy for personal use drugs, and cheated on time cards. gutwell's lawyer spoke to fox25. >> despite statements that retaliation would not be tolerated sortly thereafter that is precisely what happened. >> he says his lawsuit lacks fact and an independent investigation show no validity to the allegations and in
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untruthful. he previously worked as a police officer and he sued that department and the case was settled and he got away with an undisclosed sum. looking at the practices of a school following the sexual assault of a student on campus. he met the student two weeks before the encounter and he texted the 19-year-old while she was in class last week and brought her lunch. the teen went out to the assaulted in the man's minivan. the officer in charge of school security didn't think the incident could have been prevented even with more security. 12 officers on the grounds all day and students can come to and go frequently because it is an open campus. city inspectors took all the necessary safety precautions before last month's deadly trench collapse 2349
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walsh told "the herald" the site was inspected in the days before the tragedy. two private contractors died in the accident. their company have a long history of osha vijss an fines. lowell police are telling residents to keep an eye for a dangerous daubing who attacked a woman and her granddaughter on the playground. the attack happened two weeks ago but still haven't found the dog. the 60-year-old woman said the dog that may have been a and bit the 2-year-old granddaughter. the woman used her body to shield the girl and she was also acanned. a man chased the dog away with a baseball bat. the woman and her grand dawsh had stoychs their face but they are expected to be okay. a chain reaction crash involving a fire engine. the driver of the, uv did not stop for the fire truck with looilts and sirens blaring.
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before slamming into a tree and parked cars. four fire fighters and the driver of the suv ended up in the hospital. they are all expected to recover. 6:09. one of the most exciting events in sports. game 7, one game, winner take all what the world series has come down to after they romped in game 6 talking the series to the limit. addison russell came up big for cleveland. top of the first flyball into right. two each other. who has got it. i don't are you you two. two runners come in including ben zobrist. then in the third, russell again this time bases loaded.
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and mostly cloudy skies. partly sunny. temperatures in the 60s. i will show you how long we hang on to these above-average temperatures coming up in less than 10. now 6:11 this morning. gas prices are now at a eight-year high in some parts of the south. coming up, what caused the latest pipeline explosion that sent those prices skyrocketing. we are less than a week out from the election. and tensions are high. next hillary clinton's message to a trump supporter that
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america runs on dunkin'. back at 6:14. developing this morning the hunt continues for a group of men who tied up a 70-year-old woman inside her home and then robbed her at knifepoint. this morning, police are hoping her car will help lead them to the suspects. jessica reyes is live in sterling. and that car was several miles from the victims' home. >> reporter: one of several things that these three men stole from this woman's home and police have gone and dusted for fingerprints and at this point are still searching for the three suspects. skyfox over this massive home in sterling.
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>> they are all masked and all wearing gloves. >> reporter: 70-year-old woman was alone in her home when three men in black entered her home. >> no sign of forced entry we believe the doors were unlocked. the victim was in the bedroom. >> reporter: they tied her up with duct tape and threatened her. >> they held a knife to her throat demanding money and location of a safe. there was no safe. >> reporter: all over minutes. the men grabbed cash and stole her cadillac deville. the car was empty and the men were gone. police say this was not random. >> we don't know if the owner of the property was familiar with the individual. >> reporter: as police continued their search this morning, people who live around here shaken up. >> scared. fwoyv kids. i know that they get off the bus, they wait for the bus. not something i would expect to
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>> reporter: police say that 70-year-old woman was pretty shaken up after all of this. she was okay this morning. the search does continue, and police are asking anyone with any information to give them a call. live in sterling, jessica reyes, fox25 news. you. hillsborough county worked on firing up supporters in florida. she told the crowd in sanford she is not worried about trump getting into her head. >> always a story about, how, he is really going to attack me and get into my head and hes i am sitting here thinking, no, he is not clinton later spoke at a ft. lauderdale event telling supporters she wants to spend the last days of the race giving someone to vote for not someone to vote against. and donald trump is urging voters in wisconsin. told nose this eau claire that clinton had nothing to blame
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have time to change their mind and vote against her. >> so if you live here or in michigan or pennsylvania or minnesota, those four places you can change your vote to donald trump to make america great again. okay. >> sara: trump campaign with former republican rival scott walker who trump called, quote, a "a tough cookie" last night. we will have live team coverage on tuesday at 4 p.m. and stick with us throughout the night. the result on the presidential and local races as they roll in. 618 now. give you a look at how the roads are doing and you can see more activity on the roads. a cup of these accidents, 128 northbound, that accident after great plain ave. closer in the city museum way, an accident at route 28, oat brian highway. you can see also the expressway really starting to get jammed up from quincy and head into milton.
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accident at 2 28 hingham street. keep that in mind and from the red line, expect minor northbound delays because earlier track work that was taking place. one of our live cameras, the traffic moving through somerville. 93 southbound. you see the headlights but volume are starting to build. drive times for you. the pike 27 minutes. the expressway, that is the slow spot from the split to the pike jammed up 24 minutes. and 128 to peabody and the weston you may be in for a treat as you head home this afternoon because shiri, you are tracking a warm two days. >> shiri: two days. teasing you windows down for the drive home from work. 60s for today and tomorrow afternoon. average high 56 degrees. we are run being 10 to perhaps even 15 degrees above average in a couple of spots. it gets cold again. we talk about the flurries over the weekend but in the
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in norwood. fitch burke at 48 degrees. clear skies. not much wind and we don't even have to talk about 9 wind wind chills today. partly cloudy skies will last us through much of the morning commute here. we will keep things mostly cloudy and 48 degrees through 8 a.m. 10 a.m. in fitchburg. upper 50s this afternoon. brightest time will tend be around lunchtime and more clouds than thank move in. more cloud cover north of boston today, partly cloudy skies in ipswich at 6 mid-60s lawrence up to manchester, new hampshire. worcester only 62 there. we have mid and lower 60s through southeastern mass and the brightest conditions of all developing there this afternoon. closer to the front up north and keep the focus of the clouds north of boston here but warm for everybody. these nice south-southwest winds pushing those temperatures above average. after midnight, you can see a couple of sprinkles up across the mass new hampshire border
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i think the morning commute will be dry for many of you. pretty easy going. once we hit about noontime, scattered rain up into southern new hampshire, and the main rain arrives in worcester around 2 or 3:00 in the afternoon peaking in boston during the morning commute and dry out as we hit the evening hours and turning very breezy and cool as we shift into your friday. rain totals from a 10th to a quarter inch of rain in southwestern new hampshire. probably about half an inch of rain and not a drought muster, but we can use the showers. there we go, breezy at 53. highs around 50. over the weekend, a slight risk of a temperature in or afternoon sprinkles both days. i have to tell you look like 90% of the time over the weekend, it will be dry. back over to you, gene. 6 :1. a local family found more than kanldy in their child's bag of trick or treats. where his parents say the boy
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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. gasolines futures shot up as much as 8% and settled up at just about 5%. a local high school teacher has been suspended for one week after she dressed up like donald trump, went school, and danced to a song filled with profanity. that is kara a ge om me tree teacher at portsmouth pool in new hampshire. the district suspended someone else put the song on and she danced along but the teacher clearly made a bad decision. >> a different situation like a friend's house or something, but in a learning environment, i don't think that is really appropriate. >> kelly has about a teacher with the portsmouth school
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ten days at a malaysian rain forest has been found alive. he went hiking by himself at a national park in malaysia. rescue workers searched for him after he did not return home. medic s say when they found the man he was weak and could not talk. he went without food for more than a week. he is expected to make a full recovery. morning commutes often bring up thoughts of heavy traffic and packed commuter rails, but one man in new york calls his commute the best part of his day. a kayak to his job. he paddles from hoboken, university to new york city. he claims that kayaking comes with many benefits, alone time, a workout, and it helps the environment. >> sitting in the lincoln tunnel. everything is in there. you see it, feel it, breathe it and you realize very quickly
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health, for the environment, you for anybody. >> sara: switsky plans to continue to kayak through the winter at least until there is ice in the water. one cold ride for the wintertime. >> shiri: starts to sound horrible november into december. kayak into work this morning. warm and dry and showers moving back in tomorrow and a chance for a little sun over the weekend. we will explain next. hundreds of toys meant for service out in a fire. coming up, the push to make sure that every child has a gift this christmas. we continue to update breaking news in iowa. two police officers shot and killed in an ambush. putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the p****". when you're a star, they let you do it.
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search continues for the gunman that killed two police officers in iowa and in a pair of shootings overnight. police j just wrapped up a news conference. the latest on what is being called a ambush-style attack. six train cars come off the tracks in westford. the materials on the train that led to a hazmat square. a woman's body was found outside this apartment complex, and investigators say her death is suspicious. the major piece of informatn we are expecting later on today. good morning, everybody, 6:31 on this wednesday morning, november 2. i am looking at that and my eyes are not great. 52 degrees. am i reading that correctly? >> sara: isn't that the greatest thing ever. put away your puffy jackets because more like september today. check in with meteorologist shiri spear in the fox25 stormtracker weather center. this is beautiful, shir. >> shiri: don't you love it. the screen says 53 right now.
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to norwood. 47 in wellesley. no complaining about the temperatures this morning. 50 in worcester. 45 in pepperell. 45 in wyndham, champ. we have on and off clouds that we foe -- windham, new hampshire. we have on and off clouds. 58 degrees on the vineyard. so we have partly cloudy skies in boston. here is the game plan by 8 a.m., lower 50s and early morning clouds do lighten a bit by lunchtime, and the cl with highs in the mid- to upper 60s. the town by town look at the hot spots and close to 70 coming out in ten minutes. catherine parrotta with live drive time traffic. take it away, catherine. >> catherine: new accidents to get to and let's talk about them right now. 128 northbound. we pointed this out before. great plain ave in the needham area. we see backups behind this one. museum way, 128, o'brian
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jammed up to route 1. this crash, expressway northbound at victory road. do you see you are jammed up behind that point. it was already kind of slow on the expressway to begin with, so this won't be helping matters. route 1 in saugus. another slow spot. you see this traffic crawling between the fells way and main street saugus exit. the pike 33 minutes. the expressway from the split to the pike, you are jammed um there, 24 minutes. 93 from 495 to the leverett connector. jammed up there will take you 45 minutes. sara, over to you. >> sara: following breaking news out of des moines, iowa. a manhunt for at least one person who shot and killed two police officers in an ambush-style attack. daniel miller joins us with the very latest on the search for the gunman. >> reporter: police wrapped up a news conference. the officers shot and killed were from two different police officers. the first officer was shot
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on patrol around 1:00. the second officer responded to that call and also shot in his car 20 minutes after the first shooting. >> these officers ambushed. it -- on the surface right now -- we are a few hours into this, it does not look like there was any interaction between these officers and whoever the coward was that shot them when they sat in their cars -- that is the best we got on the scene right now. both of them were in their cars both of them were in their cars. >> daniel: you see the emotion from that officer's face. officers responded to a report of shots fired. found the first officer who had been shot and killed. he was an officer from the urbandale police department which is in the metro area of des moines. about 20 minutes later a des moines officer responded to help and found shot and killed two miles away. neither officer's names have been released.
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cleanup crews are headed to westford to get a train back on the tracks. >> take a live look in westford where six cars went off our the tracks. it is very close to the spot where a train went off the tracks just two years ago. fox25's michael henrich live in westford this morning and michael, since your last report at the top of the hour, you have spoken to a town official. what is the latest on the cleanup effort pan am railways is in charge of getting the train cars back on the track. show where you it stands right now. pretty much how this looked around 8:00 when the six train cars went off the rails right by broadway and river streets here in westford. this town selectman said he was actually at the town selectman
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the call that this has taken place. con tarry to what we learned earlier, his family that lives nearby, they live a couple blocks away, did get a reverse 911 call to put them on notice that they spotlight to evacuate. it was initially called out as a tier 1 hazmat situation which is the lowest level of hazmat situation. then they did discover that no hazardous materials had been spilled putting at ease. with all this said, this town selectman said he is very concerned because two and a half years ago another train by pan am railways derailed near this spot and that means to him, there is an ongoing problem. he wants this investigation to be as transparent as possible. he says his own family and his neighbors and constituents want to know how pan am will prevent this from happening again. i reached out to the railway
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this throughout the morning. live in westford, hin hen, fox25 news. this morning, we are hearing from the store clerk who was robbed at gunpoint saturday night at the willow tree market in hyannis. the incident was caught on surveillance video. you can see the man fire his gun when the worker wouldn't give him money. the employee told us he wasn't scared at first because he didn't think the gun was real. >> i laughed at him like the halloween kind of thing. i thought he was truing just trying to steal open the register. give me whatever enough there. i laughed at him. he stayed twice and i laughed at him again and the third time, he, like, fired the gun. >> sara: the clerk tells us he just got married eight months ago. and police 'rested three men for their roles in the robbery. a local college student goes viral with her post of an essay she wrote and claims of plagiarism. the note on the paper that
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through 93 south. take you 45 minutes. a look at -- we will have drive times coming up but shiri, a nice surprise for people at the bus stop this morning. fewer layers maybe. >> the temperatures this morning goodbyes 20s and 30s like yesterday. this morning start off partly cloudy and temperatures hovering. straight through 8 a.m. after that a warm-up that will take us back into the 60s. i will show you how long it sticks around coming up in gene, back to you. what a little boy found in halloween candy is leaving bad taste in their mouth. found this apple-flavored vodka nip bottle. someone gave the nip to the boy while he was out trick or treating near haynes and bane street. they are lucky he didn't try to open the bottle. >> you look at it a nip bottle
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apple on the front of it. resembles something that would be a fruit drink or something like that. >> walpole police posted a warning and made a reverse 911 call urging other firnt check their children's candy. boston's award-winning bakery and nower cafe. owners say it will be opening a 7th location on dalton street in the back bay. the bakery will be part of a new luxury apartment building set to open inhe part of flowers a ability to expand their brand. 6:42. we are learning more of the deadly malaysian airlines crash in the indian ocean. coming up at 7:00, the piece of evidence that uncovers that proves that no one was at the controls when the plane
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6:45 now, and we are looking live at 93 in somerville and a big difference between yesterday and today in terms of the temperature. shiri is timing out today's big warm-up in less than five minutes, and we are keeping an eye on breaking news in iowa. a manhunt is under way after two police officers were shot and killed in what is being called an ambush attack. both officers were shot overnight while sitting in their cars. the shootings happened within 20 minutes of each other and right now police do not have any information on the subject. daniel miller is staying on top of this fluid situation and we will have the latest in less than 15 minutes.
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station in sterling. police are looking into three men who broke into the 70-year-old. they took off in her cadillac and that bass found about seven miles away. jessica reyes with the police department this morning working to get an update on the search. we will hear from her at 7:00. also developing this morning, questions swirling about a woman found dead outside of an apartment building. police spent hours trying to figure out who she was. fox25's stephanie coueignoux live in lawrence this morning with more on what we know so far. good morning, stephanie >> reporter: well, gene, investigators say her death is suspicious. they are not saying how she died. that is one of the biggest questions. the other big question is how she ended up outside this apartment complex. taking a look behind me, you can see the exterior. the brick apartment complex on exchange street in lawrence, and she was found outside yesterday morning, but investigators haven't said, and they do not know whether she lives here or whether her body was just found here.
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photographer pan down the street to give you an idea just the sense of what this street looks like. it is lined with houses up and down the street, so perhaps someone in one of these houses might have seen something yesterday. now a spokeswoman for the essex county da's office said the woman's death is suspicious. they are not saying how she died because they are saying they don't want to compromise this investigation; however, the medical examiner is expected to determine today. we do not know how she died or who this woman is. they have not identified her or identified that information. we don't know whether she lived here. according to the da's office, the woman died between 5 and 7 yesterday morning. describe her as hispanic being between 50 and 60 years old. found completely clothed and she also had her jewelry on her. the da's office also not saying if they had any suspects in this case.
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the da's office early on. speaking with residents. the one man that did live here said had be a be into idea that any of this was going on. we are hoping to get more information once it gets a little later on this morning and, of course, we will let you know what we found out. in lawrence, stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. now 6:48. office supply company staples plan on helping their employees pay for college. the framingham-based company is offering $100 a month to some employees paying off their tuition or student loans offered to top performers offered by management and new sales team members. the company hopes to expand the program in the future. aviation pioneer amelia earhart may have as a castaway, not in a plane crash. it was always assumed that she died in the crash and that her remains were lost at sea. now experts believe the skeleton of a castaway found in
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away from earhart's are actually the remains of the legendary pilots. they matched the measurement of the bones to that of earhart's. not concrete prove, it adds another piece to the biggest aviation mysteries in history. and that is definitely fascinating. >> gene: it is. if amelia earhart was alive today, she would be thankful that for her. >> sara: role model. we are on the hunt for temperatures. in. >> shiri: you might be cursing my name, but the next two days are very september-like. 51 degrees outside right now. i don't have strong winds. not going to break down any wind chills today. no rain expected and just no clouds. starting things out partly cloudy this morning. temperatures not moving very much through 8:00 this morning. lower 50s in boston.
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pretty warm way. 10 a.m. 55 degrees. by noontime 61. this goes for boston. mid- to upper 60s this afternoon and the brightest time day does tend to be right around lunchtime, after that before that, we have these clouds that we are coping with. we got all the warm their is just filtering into the northeast, and also comes with slightly higher humidities, warm moisture and the results will be some of the clouds out here. at noontime, thickest clouds north of boston into northern mass, southern new hampshire. running cloudy and off clouds. 66 in boston. 67 in bedford. 6 in worcester. and 66 in milford, new hampshire. i have got 66 in brockton and bridgewater. mid-60s across the south shore and cape and islands. lower 60s with the brightest skies there during the afternoon. i like the way today is shaping up tomorrow. we have pretty similar temperatures here in the 60s. we also have developing rain so not going to be as an attractive a day. starting things off with future
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the morning commute. this is looking very patchy, very limited. should not slow you down headed into work. by noontime showers in southern new hampshire and passes through boston during the evening commute. after that, we do see things dry out during the late evening hours, turning breezy and brighter for your friday. today and tomorrow, got us in the 60s with rain tomorrow during the second half of the day, breezy and 53 on friday. saturday and sunday, highs in the 50s. slight chance of a temperature in and days most of the time the weekend is going to run dry. back over to you, catherine for live drive time traffic. >> catherine: new incidents to talk about on this map. start with this one 128 southbound. some obstruction in the road route 3 near burlington. the delays are after that point as you head into lexington. we will keep an eye on that spot. 128 northbound, a stalled vehicle before route 9, worcester street. our little slow approaching that point as you go past 128
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two lanes blocked on mechanics street as you approach walpole and the result, jammed up behind that point. only averaging about 8 miles per hour. so slow ride on 95 as you approach walpole. making a look at another slow ride. the traffic on the expressway as you are passing the gas tanks. vot typical for this time morning. drive times. route 1, you are all jammed up too. 40 minutes from 128 to the tobin. 93 from 495 to the leverett connector, 51 minutes. 128 to the weston tolls, 42 minutes for you there. sara, over to you. former house speaker sal dimasi could be released from prison on home confinement because of his deteriorating health. they argued for a full compassionate release. the u.s. district attorney's office supports the motion. dimasi needs around-the-clock care because of complications from his throat cancer. dimasi's attorney says not
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treatment. the judge will review the arguments and make a decision soon. worcester police may soon be getting help from some horses. the city council announced their initial plans to add four of the animals to the force. mounted police units will have officials by the public by removing the barrier of the car. the city plans to look into the sponsorship and funding before moving forward. a fire on joint base cape cod has put christmas in jeopardy for hundreds of a building that housed the military support foundation. every year, that organization gives toys to military families and it helps kids pick out gifts for their parents. the fire destroyed about 1200 toys, 5,000 stocking stuffers and 200 back packs. now the option is scrambling to replace the gifts. >> when it comes christmas time, the heating bills are going up, the gas bills are going up and kids are looking for everything under the sun for christmas.
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electrical, but they have not pinpointed an exact cause. if you want somebody to help out, the cape cod military support foundation, we have put a link up on the web site at suffolk university is looking to make a change after a student's blog 30es went viral after she claimed the teacher called her out in class because she is latina. a professor accused her of plagiarism in front of an entire class saying this is your language. also wrote on the paper, please go back and indicate where you cut and paste. after her post went viral, the university president announced that faculty members will go to training sessions on how this better interact with students. it is now 6:54 this morning. coming up next on the only local news at 7:00, pope francis had already said that the church will look into adding women as deacons before but cha about priests. pope has already made up his mind on that matter.
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and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either. alright, good. we asked women to smell two body washes and pick their favorite- i prefer b. b. i would like to smell like this every day! but what was body wash a? ohhhh, i love bath and body works! and what was the one they preferred? ohhhh... this is suave! really? that's quite a bit of smelling good. suave, three fragrances preferred over bath and body works
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buy one get one free with a coupon in sunday's paper. joanne: she's not fooling me. britt: kelly ayotte sides with the special interests. vivian: now, she's even playing politic games with medicare. vo: kelly ayotte voted to cut medicare and cost seniors up to $1,700 more for prescriptions... while protecting tax breaks for the wall street banks and big oil companies that fund her campaign. fred: kelly ayotte sold us out. britt: with kelly ayotte, it's all politics. joanne: she's not looking out for new hampshire anymore.
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>> gene: tollbooth demolition running ahead good morning, wednesday morning, it is november 2nd. hope your morning off to very good start, i'm gene lavanchy. >> sara: i'm sara underwood. much warmer day today. mild temps right now, shiri. what time will you see them rise? >> slowly rising here, 52? in boston right now we really got mid-50s hanging tight almost
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new hampshire, 48, 49 in worcester and temperature this morning, running up to 25? warmer than yesterday at this time. so it definitely feels like it is a different season out there this morning. you can see in framingham we get things started partly to mostly cloudy, 8:00 a.m. bring framingham up to 50?, mid-50s at 10:00 a.m. by the time we hit the afternoon it will be upper 60s which is ten? above av but we do incorporate some clouds from time to time today. i will show what you time they lead to some showers here for the day tomorrow when i'm back with you within ten minutes. catherine parrotta, live drive time this morning and slowdown on the road. >> catherine: a lot of things going on in the road and 128 northbound right near route 24, that's in the randolph area. also these incidents on 128. 128 southbound, obstruction in the road at route 3. do you now see some delays stacking up behind the point
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lynnfield point and also you're slow as head into waltham before then as well. 128 northbound stalled vehicle right before route 9 in worcester and shifting down here. this is 95 as you go north. there's an accident there two lanes blocked at mechanic street in sharon area and backed up pretty much to attleboro, only 8 miles per hour and take look at live cameras. see traffic going on the pike eastbound through brighton, here are drive times, route 324 minutes, 95 from 495 to 128, gene, over to you. >> gene: following breaking news out of des moines, iowa where suspector suspects shot two police officers in apparent ambush. this is active crime scene. >> sara: daniel miller has new information. >> daniel: we learned the officers shot and skilled are


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