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>> catherine: man lost his job when tried to do the thing. dish the coat the warmer weather making a comeback. we could see temps near 70 today. >> shiri: 50 in worcester and lawrence at 52, right now i got 53 in boston and we got extra clouds over the cape and islands with temperatures already up to
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winds will do nothing but shove temperature and 61? at 11:00 a.m. and 65 here at 1:00 p.m. stays pretty bright and temperatures in 50s and waiting to plan for evening commute when back with you in ten. back over to you, >> catherine: jammed up to lexington and accident at route 4 and also as coming down 93 and not too too bad and expressway jammed up and 128 a little bit slow as you go from dedham and newton and drive times route 120 minutes 93, 41 minutes, 128 from route 1 to the
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minutes right now. >> daniel: 9:02 right now. following breaking news out of des moines where a manhunt is underway for this man. police say he shot and killed two police officers this morning. >> happened before 1:00 a.m. >> gene: past hour police released new information about the suspect. police say this man scott green ambushed two police officers in the des moines area early this morning. with iowa plates and likely armed and dangerous. police say green carried out two separate attacks. first officer was shot while sitting in police cruiser on patrol about 1:05 this morning. second officer was also shot and killed in his car 20 minutes after the first shooting about 2 miles away. the officers were found when police were called to the scene for reports of shots fired. >> clearly danger if you're a police officer.
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nothing wrong so definitely some dangerous out there. somebody out there shooting police officers. we hope we find him before anybody else gets hurt. we definitely don't want anybody in the public -- community to get hurt so clear and present danger to police officers right now. >> there was a lot of emotion in des moines with the police department during the news conference. at this hour the officers names have not been released. again, this is a suspect police are looking for, 46-year-old scott michael green. now, we are digging into the past and bring you this hour. in the newsroom, gene lavanchy, fox25 news. >> daniel: following breaking news in boston where firefighters have helped rescue a construction worker who became trapped after falling near the longfellow bridge. boston fire says the man was taken to nearby hospital but they don't know how serious the injuries are. we will check back with official throughout the morning to get you the very latest on condition. daniel: crews in westford looking to stabilize freight
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fox25 michael henrich live at the scene where residents received 911 call to alerted them of the potentially dangerous situation. good morning, michael. >> michael: good morning. reverse 911 was just to give everybody in the area a heads up that hazardous material situation was possible after this train derailment here just below us on overpass here and you can see them working. thankfully the fire department says no hazardous corosesive cleaning solution inside tank truck, crane right now, none of that early ended up leaking out and give people heads up that they might have to evacuate. this is the second pan am railways derailment since early 2014 according to the fire official and town selectmen who we spoke with and that is grave concern to one resident who we
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so don't you think they should do something about it, especially with the families around here and small children. that's my concern. >> concern for the safety of everyone that lives around here and shares that concern, pan am railway charge of why this happened. still not clear. clean-up effort expected to take hours upon hours and then rail track that has been damaged will have to be repaired and only pan am that uses railway according to the fire department. reached out, haven't heard back yet and as soon as i do i will bring you the update. for now live in west word, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> catherine: wild crash on 93 in randolph left driver trapped in car. happened around 3:30 this morning near exit five around 128 northbound. you could see the car rolled over and came to a rest on top of the guardrail.
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crash. crews used the jaws of life to remove them have the wreck and we are working to learn their condition. >> daniel: we continue to follow developing news out of sterling and tied up 70-year-old woman who lives there. woman says the suspect threatened her with a knife before stealing money and her vehicle. fox25 jessica reyes live at the sterling police department this morning and jess, you just got an update from the chief. >> we did, daniel, yea they are still searching for the three people involved in the home invasion and don't have any people of interest in mind and have not questioned anyone at this point and they say they are looking for potentially another car in all of this. car that the suspect may use to get to the house before they stole the victim's car. also says they are going to surveillance video from some neighbors to see if they can try to get a better look at these people. sky fox over this massive home in sterling. this home the target of home
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>> all wearing gloves. >> police say 70 yearly woman home alone in bedroom when three men dressed in black entered. >> no sign of forced entry, doors unlocked, victim was in bedroom when the intruders came into the house. >> jessica: tied woman up with duct tape and threatened her. >> demanning money and location of the safe. there was no safe. minutes and men grabbed cash and stole 2004 cadillac deville and police found cadillac several miles away near 190. the car was empty and men were gone. police saying this was not random. >> may have been familiar with the individuals. >> as police continue their search this morning, people that live around here shaken up. >> scared. i have two kids. i know that, you know, they get off the bus, wait for the bus, not something i would expect to
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>> so again the search does continue here in sterling this morning. the chief says they do plan to talk to the victim once again and her husband as well as some of the their neighbors still trying to get a better idea who exactly they are looking for. meantime they are asking anyone that might know more about this to give them call right away. live in sterling, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> catherine: this morning two people in critical condition after being hit by a septic truck while crossing the street. police say 81-year-old man and 67-year-old man from boston were trying to catch the bus right front of city hall in woburn around 7:00 last night. they were in the crosswalk when a septic truck ran into them. we asked the police chief if this area is risky for pedestrians. >> i have been here 36 years and nothing i'm aware of and crosswalk, very busy street. heavily traveled. >> 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, that video will help determine whether the
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>> opening statements in the death penalty trial of gary lee sampson now underway. sampson admits killed three people in interstate crime spree in 2001. judge throughout the previous death sentence after learning juror did not disclose that she was a domestic abuse survivor during the selection process. now, sampson's lawyers are trying to spare his life. >> catherine: fox25 investigates first to tell but lawsuit against chief and town. year veteran, suspended from the force in august. in the lawsuit gut well claims the suspension claims it was retaliation fellow officers of misconduct. he claims certain officers allowed tauntal informants to buy drugs for personal use and mementos for cheated time cards and fox25.
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be tolerated, shortly thereafter that's precisely what happens. >> framingham's manager tells fox25 gut well's lawsuit lacks fact. he says an independent investigation found there's no validity to the allegation and several instances gut well untruthful and worked as police officer in ashland and also sued that department. the case was settled and gut well walked away with undisclosed sum. >> most exciting events in sports. game 71 game winner takes all. come to after the cubs robbed in game six taking series to the limb and it came up big for the cubs in cleveland, top of the
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8:08 special coverage starts at 7:00 p.m. >> shiri: more clouds forming and giant warm-up this afternoon and show what you time you hit the sixties today next. >> catherine: one patriot had seeing double in the locker room. what happened when the real
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on. >> daniel: less than 1 every time a new charter opens, it takes money away from the regular public schools from students like mine. massachusetts schools already lose 400 million a year to charters and question two means we'll lose even more. we've got to stop taking from the 96 percent of kids who don't attend a charter school. if you believe every child deserves a great public
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what's kelly ayotte costing you? you're paying more for prescription medicines. kelly ayotte blocked lower cost generic drugs. you're paying high interest rates on college loans. ayotte voted against letting you refinance at lower rates. and you're paying higher bank fees while ayotte voted for special breaks to wall street executives. kelly ayotte. she's siding with corporate special interests and that's costing you. she's not working for new hampshire. massachusetts has many great public schools, and we took it for granted that our kids would go to great public schools. but some kids aren't so lucky. where they live, they don't go to a great school, and they have no choice. imagine if your kids were trapped in a failing school. public charter schools give parents a choice and are a pathway to success for these kids. if you like your school, question 2 won't affect you. but question 2 will change the future for thousands of kids who need your help. please join me and
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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. vo: senate majority pac is responsible
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head into the final week for election. donald trump has a jampacked day in florida today. he starts in miami and then heads to orlando with last stop in pensacola. he is trying to capitalize on enthusiasm of supporters days after the fbi through a curve ball. agency now may have found e-mails related to its investigation into hillary clinton's >> by the time you add up all
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states. >> campaign schedule tells the story here. each canvassing the states they think they must win in order to win next week. reporting live in washington, jacqueline fell, fox25 news. >> >> catherine: first time in his life governor baker leaves the presidential ballot blank when costs vote on election day. he has voted for president every election since 1980 but this year he is nominees. >> long time ago, i didn't think donald trump didn't have temperament to be president and hillary clinton has believability issues and nothing to change my mind. >> catherine: results on presidential and local races as they roll in. >> daniel: teacher suspended
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school and danced to song filled with profanity. geometry teacher in new hampshire and district suspended her and students in the class say somewhat else in the class put on the song and she danced along but admits the teacher clearly made a decision. >> catherine: half of the toll booths have been taken down and fully electronic tolling is going smoothly and more than 4 million transactions processed since the system went live friday night. first phase of the construction
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for the thanksgiving traffic rush. >> catherine: 9:17 expressway still jammed up and 128 just a little bit slow there as you go through needham and taking look up 128 as you're coming south through lexington and jammed up there in that spot still but starting to clear out bit on 93 and look at zakim bridge leverett connector volume starting to ease just a bit. here are drive times to the pike, 32 minutes, expressway 30 minutes, 93 there as well. and nice sunny skies, shiri. >> daniel: i feel like i want to put on shorts today. >> shiri: as long as don't say it is a beach day. a little bit of facebook and twitter. not quite. >> daniel: water could get people sick. >> shiri: oftentimes and give you stiff neck as well. a little bit hard. i will love it while we have it.
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tomorrow and temperatures not just back to reality, actually to below average for friday and for the weekend. right now looking at temperatures mostly in the 50s, 53 in boston, 55 in fitchburg, 54 in norwood, 55 in plymouth and looking pretty good. lawrence at 52?. we don't have wind chills. wind chill not bothering and don't filling in this afternoon, going to see temperatures top out mid to upper 60s, going to be pleasant and going to be nice, brightest skies over southeastern mass with 64 in plymouth and lower 60s over the cape and islands. we will get all the way up to 67 in framingham, over to fitchburg and 65 in manchester, new hampshire, thickening of the clouds though as you travel northward today. partly sunny, no complaints there, it is nice and dry, just
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southwest winds really transport a lot of heat from the southern united states right here in new england and that kind of winds tomorrow. south side of this system seas really mild for thursday. we get things starting here with a little bit of drizzle along the front in mass, new hampshire border. shouldn't be a huge reason to slowdown for the morning commute tomorrow, but we will be watching it closely with weather and traffic every ten minutes. noon time comes along and scattered showers, mostly north of the pike but look at wha more of the showers develop and spreading toward boston. timeline has sped up so now we have the showers just after about 2:00 p.m. continuing through the evening commute which means this is really going to be the impacted time of the day trying to get home from work, going to have wet roads, going to have possibly downpours which limit visibility and during thursday evening we have a pretty quick clear out, i'm thinking about tenth of inch of rain over
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inch of rain up toward southern new hampshire, merrimack valley and central massachusetts and opportunity for heavier showers but by no means any kind of drought buster and lawrence and nashua stuck in the 50s but boston back to 62, 68 in norwood and 67 and plymouth and stay the dryest longest. 7-day fo breezy and bright again friday 53? and morning temps in the 30s and he's around 50 both days in the weekend and slight risk a little flurry and sprinkle, most of you stay dry over the weekend and give you heads up and dry and cool to kick off next week as well. back to you guys. >> daniel: past hour police
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every time a new charter opens, it takes money away from the regular public schools from students like mine. massachusetts schools already lose 400 million a year to charters and question two means we'll lose even more. we've got to stop taking from the 96 percent of kids who don't attend a charter school. if you believe every child deserves a great public
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>> daniel: man went out food for more than a week but expected to take a full recovery. >> catherine: heavy traffic and packed commuter rails and best part of the day. opted to take a kayak to his job. paddles every morning from hoboken, new jersey to new york city. he claims it comes with many benefits, including alone time, workout and helps environment. >> realize this can't be good for health and environment or anybody. >> continues to kayak through the winter. good for him. at least until there's ice out there on the water. >> daniel: patriots seem to add receivers left and right. in fact, yesterday there were two julian edelman's in the locker room.
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beanie, beats headphones and long took a moment to answer some questions as the whiteout. >> you know, lifting a lot, spent last season in muscle beach, a lot of sit-ups in the park and you could see it when i'm blocking and move people. >> daniel: someone kept showing up to brady mask and one game the men in the mask turned out to be former wide receiver wes welker. shiri, do you have a mask? >> shiri: something so creepy about the smiles on the mask. we are dry and mild today and mild and rain moving in by the weekend and slight risk of snow next. >> catherine: how note send to school with son ended up saving
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woman's i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
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every time a new charter opens, it takes money away from the regular public schools from students like mine. massachusetts schools already lose 400 million a year to charters and question two means we'll lose even more. we've got to stop taking from the 96 percent of kids who don't attend a charter school. if you believe every child deserves a great public
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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. vo: senate majority pac is responsible
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>> daniel: is this the treat before the bad treat? >> shiri: don't have anything bad but have rain tomorrow. catherine, first time heard me say flurries she was like what? >> daniel: i was going to wash the car today. >> shiri: keep in mind it isy going to rain tomorrow. 53, brightened up nicely in boston, 52 in lawrence, 54 in wellesley, down to franklin, got the sun shining in worcester at 50?, pepperell at 48, 44 in amherst, new hampshire and then we got all of these upper right now and high, thin clouds and milky to you and overall we are nice and bright now, there will be clouds includeed in the and rather at 11:00 a.m. about 59? and get up into the lower 60s by lunchtime. 66 here at 3:00 p.m. for kids coming home from school, evening
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7:00 tonight. >> catherine: expressway still jammed up a bit and especially 24. 128 south of the city just little pocket through needham. then taking look north now 128 as coming south through lexington, still jammed in the pocket and also pretty slow on 93 through medford and somerville taking look at zakim bridge, leverett connector, volume still a bit heavy on the leverett connector right now. here are drive times for you. the minutes, route 16 about 14 minutes for you. >> catherine: police say scott michael green ambushed two police officers. more on manhunt, gene. >> gene: catherine, last hour police released new information about the suspect police say this man scott michael green ambushed two police officers in
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morning. investigators believe green took off in blue ford pickup likely armed and dangerous and green carried out two separate attacks and sitting in police crews or patrol at 1:05 this morning. the second officer was also shot and killed in his car 20 minutes after the first shooting about 2 miles away. the officers were found when police were called to the scene on reports of shots fired at this hour the officers's names have not been released. so this again suspect that police are 46-year-old scott michael green, we will continue to update the story for you throughout the day on air and online at website at fox25boston.com. in the newsroom, gene lavanchy, fox25 news. >> daniel: following breaking news out of lawrence and police identified body of woman found outside a city apartment building. fox25 stephanie coueignoux live in lawrence this morning where detectives, stephanie, are back at the scene investigating this morning. >> stephanie: yes, they
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investigation, and walked into this building and just outside the building on exchange street where the woman's body was found. she has been identified this morning as justina rosa, 62 years old and last ten seconds, two state troopers working with the d.a.'s office, they have just left this building. it is unknown exactly what they were doing inside possibly speaking with people here, residents have described this apartment complex living community. i do want to show you some video from earlier when detectives walked through the gates and into that building and again, they really wouldn't comment is to exactly what they were doing back here at the scene. spokeswoman though for the essex county d.a.'s office says rosa's death is suspicious. at this point they are still not saying exactly how she died but medical examiner is performing an autopsy today. we do know that rosa died
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morning. earlier we spoke with the man who says he is very familiar with rosa. she says she lived here in this neighborhood and he says it is very concerning because as of now police still have not arrested anyone. he has teenage children and he walked them to school this morning to make sure they were safe. >> this is a real tight community >> stephanie: troopers back to further speak with people inside the building and possibly residents here in this neighborhood. again, so far the d.a.'s office has not arrested anyone or named any suspects. we will continue to reach out to them and post any updates online at fox25boston.com. in lawrence, i'm stephanie
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robbed at gunpoint and caught on surveillance video. you could even see the man fire his gun when the worker wouldn't give him money. the employee tells us he wasn't scared at first because he didn't think the gun was real. >> daniel: >> i laughed at him because i thought he was going to scare me. he said give me all the money and fired the ago so happy he got to go home to his wife. police arrested three men for the roles in the robber. >> trying to determine why train went off the tracks in westford. derailment sparked haz-mat to determine if any of the chemicals leaked from the cars. fox25's michael henrich live at the scene where michael now crews are looking to get better
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>> hard at work and significant amount of time and west followed six cars derailed 8:30 last night and one of them in the middle you see as a tank. fire officials say that is filled with a corrosive hazardous material. initially they brought out tier one response just to get an assessment and see whether any of it was leaking. they do not believe any hazardous materials have leaked. that said they were nervous about it initially about the possibility of needing to evacuate nearby residents. there are a lot of residential areas right around this track here and did reverse 911 call and put on notice possibility
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and came to the scene this morning says that this is the second time since 2014 that pan am railways in area of track and not happy about it at all. >> safe right now except for it is off the tracks so pan ham now has uprighted and get back on the track. men you heard from is with the fire department and pan am in the investigation and reached out to the railway company to find out what caused this derailment or at least the initial thoughts on what might have caused this and as soon as we hear back we, of course, will post that update for you on
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michael henrich, fox25 news. >> catherine: sky fox over the scene of dramatic five-car crash in middleborough. utility truck on side and another car charred from flames. police say yesterday afternoon the driver of the utility truck hit the car in front of him causing that car to roll over and catch fire. three other cars were also hit in the process. one of the drivers who was hit says he could hear cries from hear from the car so looked to help him. >> catherine: call that came in the for the crash was eerily one that killed four teens. driver of the utility truck was cited for participating to endanger and told police he had been working 80 hours at the
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catherine: drivers in brockton trying to figure out how old car was at bottom of a lake. fisherman noticed car a week ago when water levels were low. see the old buick covered in muck and been there for awhile. divers didn't find any signs of victims near the car. >> police are telling residents to keep an eye out for dangerous dog that taxed woman and granddaughter on playground. attack happened almost two weeks ago and they still haven't found the dog. 61-year-old woman says the d pitbull came out of nowhere and started biting two-year-old grand daughter. woman tried to use body to shield a little girl and also attacked. fortunately man that heard the screams chased the dog away with the baseball bat. the woman and little girl both needed stitches to face and head but are doing okay. >> three-year-old girl was after car working on fell.
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the girl's father recovering at nearby hospital and police are continuing to investigate and no further details are available at this time. >> catherine: found apple flavored bottle when checked bag of cabbedy monday night and gave it to the boy when trick or traiting near haynes street and he was lucky he didn't open the bottle. >> it is a bottle of vodka but symbol of apple in front of it and resemble a fruit drink or something like that. >> walpole police posted warning online and made reverse 911 call urging other parents to check the children's candy. >> daniel: fire burned up building cape cod military support foundation. every year the organization
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members and helps kids pick out gifts for their parents. fire destroyed 12,000 toys and stocking stuffers and organization scrambling to replace the gifts. >> kids it may have been electrical and if you want to help out cape cod military support foundation we have put fox25boston.com. >> catherine: pike going to take you 26 minutes, expressway 22 minutes. 128 from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls easing a bit 37 minutes. shiri? >> shiri: 64 to 68? and feel like late september around here, not november. how long the warm weather sticks
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and sign up for storm updates. and be sure to follow us on facebook and twitter. ever new england. eversource. joanne: she's not fooling me. britt: kelly ayotte sides with the special interests. and be sure to follow us on facebook and twitter. 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. joanne: she's not looking out for new hampshire anymore. vo: senate majority pac is responsible
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what's kelly ayotte costing you? you're paying more for prescription medicines. kelly ayotte blocked lower cost generic drugs. you're paying high interest rates on college loans. ayotte voted against letting you refinance at lower rates. and you're paying higher bank fees while ayotte voted for special breaks to wall street executives. kelly ayotte. that's costing you. she's not working for new hampshire. >> catherine: girl said she
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professor accused her of plagiarism in front of class saying, quote, this is not your lang. the professor wrote on paper please go back and indicate where you cut and pasted. the university president announced faculty members will go through training sessions on how to better interact with students. catherine: immediate review of 2012 men's soccer team harvard crimson yesterday. we reported the men's soccer team is accused of raiding freshman on woman's soccer team based on physical appearance. review will look at ways to make sure something like this doesn't happen again. >> daniel: sal dimasi could be released from prison based on deteriorating health. his lawyers argued for him and u.s. attorney's office supports the motion. dimasi needs around the clock
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complications from his throat cancer. dimasi's attorney says this isn't about giving preferential treatment and judge will make a decision soon. >> catherine: note she wrote to her son's teacher and alerting the school of the man in the boy's home. the authorities say they quickly took action, questioning the 11-year-old and learning the culprit was wanted fugitive. >> always a chill that goes through you and maybe the child was going through -- very bad environment and mother may be captive and worse than what we actually found. >> catherine: police found him riding in closeet and charged with domestic violence and adding false imprisonment to list of charges. >> 128 still jammed up in
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somerville stretch and 128 north looking good and expressway still a slow crawl as you look through quincy and milton. taking look at live camera here is leverett connector, zakim bridge volume starting to ease a bit and here are live drive times on route 113 minutes 93, 27 minutes, pike 26 minutes. >> daniel: looks like it is one of the days where you want to have the sunroof open and windows >> shiri: things much warmer and why not put the windows down and maybe turn off heat in the house, let mother nature nature kind of take care of it for you and warm air in and boston up right now and we have mostly sunny skies. not promising it is going to be like 70 or 80? but 60s will feel very pleasant out there, only at 53? right now, 10 miles per hour breeze. we haven't had much concern over wind chills this morning but we stay mostly sunny here into early afternoon. 11:00 a.m. temps 59?.
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boston but there are some extra afternoon clouds that then pop up so we got all of this warm air moving into new england and as long as we stay kind of on this side of everything here as this cold front comes toward us, until passes through it is going to be warm. that doesn't happen. that front doesn't come through until tomorrow. that gives you two days, my friends, where we got sixties out there, going to feel nice and mild. today see it comes with midday sunshine this afternoon, few more clouds mass, southern new hampshire, central massachusetts but keeping things partly sunny, so 66 in boston and beverly, 61 in portsmouth down to rockport, that's kind of the cool location. 67 framingham maynard and worcester 63?, 67 in taunton, brockton and bridgewater, middle 60s south shore, lower 60s for the cape and check out all the sun expected this afternoon. tomorrow we got more 60s. in fact, comparable spots in
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it is going to be, so highs in upper 50s and lawrence and about 56? in nashua, new hampshire. those are some of my first spots to get wet as well. i don't expect washout for the morning commute tomorrow but see we have lighter showers around at 7:00 a.m. mostly north of the pike here and especially into southern new hampshire. it is the same spots that are prone to couple scattered showers here late-morning and afternoon. so noon time still looking mostly dry in boston, southeastern mass really don't think you guys start seeing late afternoon. but there you have it, by 3:00 p.m. we have the showers, heavier showers at that, moving across the boston area. there's still some wiggle room to this, it could come in a little bit sooner and might be a little bit later. i mean we are still a good 24 hours away from this. but as it comes through linger into the evening commute. wet roads to send you home from work here on thursday and after that turn bright and breezy here into the friday. so friday's winds aren't going to be terrible, high 53? but i
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20 to 30 miles per hour. let's chat about the weekend because i got about 20% chance you will see a flurry or quick sprinkle out there, honestly most of the weekend will be dry, a lot of you are dry, don't want the and chilly upper 40s to lower 50s and not much difference in temperature between the two days but probably going to have some more clouds around on sunday. monday and tuesday still pretty chilly with lows in the 30s and highs in back to you guys. >> daniel: been three months since jogger took the life of vanessa marcotte. the killer left clues. >> more consistent with someone that's psychopathic which means someone who has no remorse for what they have done so they are not going to be hunkered down someplace fearful that they are going to be caught. >> maryellen o'toole think the killer could be right now.
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profiler for the answer along with more clues on chilling primaries file of vanessa's killer. that and new england's unsolved tonight on fox25 news
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reat public schools. but some kids aren't so lucky. where they live, they don't go to a great school, and they have no choice. imagine if your kids were trapped in a failing school. public charter schools give parents a choice and are a pathway to success for these kids. if you like your school, question 2 won't affect you. but question 2 will change the future for thousands of kids who need your help.
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? ? with ingredients like roasted hazelnuts and cocoa, nutella adds a smile to any morning.
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>> catherine: adele gave birth in 2012 and felt inadequate and frightened afterward. the 28-year-old british pop star says she is able to work through the depression by talking with other women and creating music. she says it is still difficult to find a work life balance. >> daniel: general electric. 12 story glass building with giant sale like logo and noticeably missing parking. about 800 employees will work there but building will only have 30 parking spaces. ge says they hope workers will choose to take the "t" or bicycle to work. they will have 180 bike racks on-site. office supply company staples plans to start helping employees pay for college. framingham based company
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off their tuition or student loans. as of right now the plan will only be offered to top performers and hope to expand the program in the future. >> catherine: sometime you need a kit kat break. kansas state freshman left car unlocked for a few minutes to take things to dorm didn't take phone or wallet but left behind handwritten note. >> said i saw kit kat in cup holder. i love them. i didn't take anything else from your car. i'm sorry and hungry. i got a kick out of that. >> catherine: he posted picture of the note on twitter where it has been viewed hundreds of thousands of times. kit kat plans is the send them
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christmas at macy's in chicago. they have started to decorate 40-foot christmas tree that will stand in the store's walnut room and according to chicago sun times it will be at ceremony this saturday and has become staple at store difficult the holidays. this saturday? you know, actually checked the forecast out in the midwest. it was 80?. >> shiri: christmas shirt. >> it is going to be warm, temperatures upper 60s and middle 60s for the next two days. we got developing rain tomorrow and even when not raining take wet weather gear with you because going to be raining here when you head home from work on thursday afternoon. friday bright and breezy and not concerned about it. i want everybody to be aware there might be a come flurries floating around out there and going to be cold. when we are waking up to 30s
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