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>> jessica: what we are learning from state police. >> julie: cameras captured bear lurking outside local elementary school. complete new england news coverage starts right now. th miller. >> julie: good morning, everyone, i'm julie. can you tell? some of us suffering through it and temperatures are dropping. shiri spear at the stormtracker weather center with how warm they will go. >> shiri: temperatures half what they are. 49? in boston and 50 in norwood and new bedford, 45 in nashua, 46 in worcester, got a little bit of patchy cloud cover but
skies. the spot to watch for lingering clouds, mid and outer cape and that's where we could get stuck with ocean effect cloud cover. anyhow i want to take you back into waltham going to stick with lots of sunshine today, we got 11:00 a.m. temp around 53?. we got mid-50s here early this afternoon. check out cooldown if you're out this evening, 5:00 p.m. 50?, friday night football i got 45? here at 7:00 this evening and the cooldown just kind of really takes off after that. weekend temperatures. who will end up coolest. i'm back with you in ten minutes. julie grauert is up again with live drive time traffic. >> julie: 93 south sluggish into somerville and braintree split up past the gas tank and a little bit of room between the cars and live shot and live drive times 13 minutes route 1
>> daniel: police peacing together deadly accident that shut down all three lanes of 128 in waltham last night. >> julie: person walking down southbound side of the highway and more on the investigation. jess? >> jessica: julie, as we have been reporting persona south 128 waltham hit by one car and hit by several others driving by. show you video from the scene now right after this happened, see one of the cars that was involved here and pretty serious damage in the hood of the car and there was a huge response from police last night. they were out here for several hours after this happened. road was shut down for a couple of hours and they were to reconstruct the accident scene here but there was still a lot of questions about this this morning. one of the biggest ones person
they were actually walking in the middle lane of the highway, so we are still working to get update from them is to why the person was in the middle of the highway. also working to learn more who the person is, state police do say they are working to identify them and identify the family members and, of course, as soon as we do get update from them we will pass it right along to you and throughout the day on fox25boston.com and are asked on fox25. live in waltham, jessica reyes, fox25 >> julie: final weekend before the presidential election and new hampshire important battle ground and polls show very tight race. michael henrich is live at atkinson where the doors just opened for donald trump rally. michael? >> michael: trump rally doors opened and rally itself starts at noon and you could see the line is stretching out all the way to the trump bus there in front of this country club entrance. the trump campaign is here today
because this race has tightened here in the granite state. let's look at the latest poll here at suffolk university. came out just yesterday. shows trump and clinton tied at 42% each in the four-way race. now, it must be noted this poll was taken entirely after fbi director comey's letter to congress last week about the clinton e-mail investigation. since that point clinton saw her support drop by two points since suffolk's last poll. trump's numbers didn't rise, however, to cause the tie. both candidate campaigned in the carolinas yesterday. let's hear from them. >> we know hillary can't be trusted. we learned that. america's security take look at her e-mail situation. can we trust her with the security? >> it is about who we are, about what we want, what we are going to do to make our mark on our
history. >> michael: once again new hampshire's electoral votes are up for grabs. the republican nominee will be back in manchester on monday. hillary clinton will campaign in manchester on sunday and chelsea will be in state tomorrow and president obama will stump for the former secretary of state in the state at unh on monday. live in atkinson, new hampshire, i'm michael henrich, fox25 news. >> julie: final state official say if you're planning on voting today make sure to check what time the polls close in your town. towns were allowed to set their own hours and many have half days on friday. secretary of state bill galvin says they asked some towns to extend the hours and some have. sophomore than 800,000 people have taken advantage of early voting and officials think that number could surpass a million. and four days away from election day and stay with fox25 throughout the night and have
air starting at 4:00 p.m. and lasting throughout the evening. >> daniel: father of third greater that brought gun to school facing charges but gun did not belong to him. eight-year-old brought pistol to green log elementary school in lowell, pulled out of backpack after the school and showed several classmates. boy claims he thought it was a toy. he told police he found the gun in box that belonged to relative. the relative's home had been -- had burned in fire and boy's family was holding on to some of the belongings upset about what happened. >> heart went down to the ground and school being shot up and grand babies in here. they are my life. >> daniel: we reached out but have not heard back from the school. >> julie: rookie police officer accused of texting behind the wheel right before a crash. parole admans on paid administrative leave this morning. he was off duty and texting while driving his personal
and took off late last night on crassco road in lynn. adams did end up stopping down the road where called police and told officer what happened. his sister had an explanation. >> i think he was in shock too. got to get bearings and stuff. it was blown out of proportion the whole thing. i mean he didn't really do anything wrong. >> julie: adams wasn't home when we stopped by. he was cited texting while driving and appear in judge. >> daniel: trying to convince a jury he shouldn't be convicted. gary lee sampson back in court five years after the death sentence was thrown out on technicality. his attorneys are trying to connect his killingly to brain injury he suffered when he fell down the stairs four years old. the government says the police confession shows how calculated he was.
lung and chest and the throat. went on the ground, slit his throat. why? i do not know. >> daniel: sampson was convicted in 2003 of killing three men. once testimony in the case is done the jury will once again decide to sentence sampson to death. the attorney who approved an application for the man that shot two boston police officers manomet curt figueroa when showed up for 3-hour interview and determined he had good character and says it is not husband fault if figueroa lied during the interview and that's exactly what had happened. figueroa faced out of state charges for arson and impersonating officer. he wrote he never been arrested on application. boston police say it is not uncommon to meet applicants at
>> daniel: heartfelt thank you for doctors that saved two officers shot in the line of duty. bill evans presented to two doctors yesterday. they were recognizes the efforts of the whole mass general trauma team in saving officer richie sin tello and matt morris. >> julie: mbta fighting back against sexual assault in efforts to keep riders safe. rape crisis center and other groups as part of the campaign posted and post cards will be handed out to help raise awareness and goal improve passenger safety and encourage victims and riders to report incidents. >> one person victimized is one too many. many survivors of the assault safe to come forward for the fear of losing privacy of being blamed and not being believed. >> campaign launched yesterday and run through february.
complaining about dirty stations. janitors were laid off in september and since then complaints about overflowing trash cans jumped by 50% and janitor's union remaining workers can't keep up with the workload. the "t" says it regularly inspects station for cleanliness and complaint is small fraction of daily riders. >> daniel: traveling route 128 this weekend mass dot close part of the highway to tear down old highland avenue bridge. here is what you need to know it is happening at exit 19. starting tonight at 8:00 the northbound side will close for span about throw hours tomorrow evening both sides will be shut down. starting at 6:00 p.m. tomorrow the southbound side will close. take it slow and look for detours mass dot says the project should wrap by sunday afternoon. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. taking look at drive time on the expressway right now. about a 20 minute ride from the braintree split to the exit for the pike.
to 50?. we got partly to mostly sunny skies as well. looking pretty good out there. bright and breezy send you home from work and break down how much colder it turns for the weekend when we come back. >> daniel: woman chained up like dog and left in metal container for months. coming up tip to led that rescue and why police are concerned they might be dealing with serial killer. >> julie: plus hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this
every time a new charter opens, ools 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
>> daniel: chechen turner -- kevin turner died and thought it was als and now b.u. study showed it was cte. >> question was rally is it really als or cte. >> driven by the question university's cte center and va boston healthcare system came to a dramatic conclusion. >> cells that run with their axons all the way down to the spinal cord, those were destroyed in his brain by cte. this is what a brain of a 60-year-old should look like and this is kevin's at 46. >> daniel: findings led to moments of palpable motion as they were detailed. >> this is raymond and myra
>> daniel: parents are deal with the premature loss of their son and life choice that dramatically altered kevin's fate. >> i was a coach and hit with your head. that's the way you play football. >> what kevin turner's case starting at five years old and destroy the brain in way we haven't seen yet. >> daniel: minimizing the problem researchers point of view is >> i think nfl has to get out of the game promoting and marketing five-year-old's to the game. there's no safe way to hit child in head 500 times a year while brain still developing. >> daniel: doctors point to the findings as clearest indication that cte can cause the same motor neuron disease that shows up in angell animal center patients. turner was lead patients and not so much about the money about educating public about dangers
early. >> julie: 9:15. newly discovered viral mutation may be the reason why so much people were infected with ebola and africa. republican national republican national convention -- researchers say it is easier for the disease to enter human cells and looking at protein found at hiv when they discovered a similar type of protein in the most dominant form of the ebola virus. outbreak affect more than 28,000 people in west africa. when it comes to e flavors added to nicotine burned may cause health problems. researchers found breaking down the sugars with heat produced two toxic substances also found in regular cigarettes. those toxins increased risk to damage and tumors in mice. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. let's start with look at 128 south of the pike. things moving along nicely. this map looks more something we see at 4:00 than this late in
expressway. we have an accident on 93 south. this is near route 16 and route 60 as you approach somerville and see stall on expressway that's southbound though right after morrissey boulevard. here are live drive times. 24 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. 19 minutes on the expressway, 32 minutes on 93 south from andover down to the leverett connector. >> daniel: 9:17. reason i lov able to look outside during the newscast and looking outside you could see a slight breeze. >> shiri: a little bit of breeze. we got the sun. it is friday. fri-yay. it is a little bit of wind picking up speed right now, gusts today expected 20 and 30 miles per hour so adjust going to end up being kind of blustery friday here. don't forget we turn the clock back, lose -- no, no. going the wrong direction. gain it.
news but does mean that the sun goes down at 4:30 sunday afternoon. really early sunset this time of the year. 50? right now in norwood and new bedford. 49? in lawrence, let's take a little peak at the forecast out there. we have sun now wind only sustained at 6 miles per hour. so the real meaty wind are going to wait until late-morning and through the afternoon hours and evening hours and temperaturewise going to be low to mid-50s up in lawrence here for the bulk of the afternoon by we then sink back into the 40s, so keep that in mind if you have any travel plans or headed out this evening, it is going to be a little chilly out there. 55? in boston, mid-50s back through framingham and ipswich and even down to plymouth i got about 56. a little cooler in worcester at 51?, manchester, new hampshire at 52. hot spots with upper 50s norwood down to new bedford and we got more 50s on the map for highs tomorrow from nashua to boston up to beverly, down to plymouth and cape both days
being cooler in worcester with 40s both days and even 49? here on sunday in the boston area. so future cast today first stop this is kind of easy forecast. mostly sunny this afternoon. keeping our eyes filled for outer cape clouds, ocean effect clouds there, rest of us will stay nice and bright, a little bit breezy out there. overnight stays pretty quiet when you get up tomorrow morning we are going to be tracking clouds moving in and along with the clouds we have the slight risk of flurry or a little bit of drizzle but honestly you will be dry, don't change weekend plans and none of it will stick. 5:00 in the afternoon, see the sun cloud combination and really what it looks like most of the weekend here on sunday as well we have had some of the thickest clouds hugging the coastline, slight risk of shower there but further inland you go, further west the brighter it ends up being. let's take peak of the 7-day forecast always in view we are at 56 today and mid to upper 50s all perfectly normal for this time of the year.
weekend, especially tomorrow morning, going to be in the upper 20s for many of you and wake up to 30s here on sunday so we go from freezing temperatures on saturday morning to some frosty temperatures here on sunday morning. monday 54? and mostly sunny. we are going to stick with nice bright on pine? and risk -- 59? and i'm happy to point out there's a 60 degree reading on the map. it is just day number seven. back to you >> julie: mother suing 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.
on two. 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. e. 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
our help. please join me and vote yes on
question 2. 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.
>> julie: man arrested in connection with the woman's abduction. she disappeared august 30th august 30th with her boyfriend that is still missing. a massive investigation is now underway to find more victims. kayla reportedly told police as many as four bodies may have burned on the property. more details now on that suspect. websites show 27-year-olded to colup is real estate agent with several? and s including a breck house which is just a few miles from the crime scene. court documents reveal he has a darker path. just 15 years old colup was charged with kidnapping and sexual assaulting a girl who was 14 years old. >> daniel: new hampshire couple's battle with u.s. army reserve is overand they won. nearly a year ago he had heart attack from push-ups and army
bills and we are happy to report the decision has been reversed. >> felt like the past year we have been living under a cloud and now all of a sudden it feels like we are free. >> daniel: captain morgan medical bills totaled more than $100,000 and army will now pay all of it including out-of-pocket expenses not covered by the private insurance. >> julie: 9:25. new mexico homecoming king shocked the whole school when is way more deserving. dominick fischer met anthony harris two years ago and they bonded over shared interest in football. fischer is school's star quarterback and harris is biggest fan. harris has been diagnosed with autism and fischer says that sometimes means he is left out. >> he is the guy that no one knows and he is the most caring and most generous and giving guy person that i have ever met before in my life.
the first time being a king and loving every minute of it. >> shiri: yesterday we hit 60s in boston. today back to the normal highs in the 50s. i
will break down even cooler weekend next. >> daniel: bear comes a bit too close for comfort on halloween and close encounter that has more of trick than a treat at local
still learn a few things from me - just like i've learned a lot from her. mom helps with homework... she helped dad start his business... and she even fought to put bad guys in jail. now, mom helps make laws that help people - especially when they need it most. i'm really proud of her. and she's taught me that with hard work - i can do... anything. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte, kate: and i'm kate.
erit 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
>> daniel: welcome back on friday morning. it is november 4th and you're taking a live look now at the statehouse. check out the sun there on top of the dome there, beautiful. i like it. not going to complain considering yesterday we couldn't even see the sun. >> julie: i was trying to heal my voice. >> shiri: i didn't see a crack of sunshine until 5:00 in the afternoon. today we have sunshine. >> daniel: take advantage of it. take advantage of it. >> shiri: 50s now cape and islands and ocean effect and mostly sunny skies, marshfield at 50, boston at 49?, 48 in
i got mid-40s in worcester, up to leominster at 48?, 45 in nashua, new hampshire. again, a come more clouds out that way but all things considered it is shaping up nice and bright this morning. so at 10:00 a.m. i got a temperature around 50?. how about 53 at noon. not' huge warm-up. max temperatures today mid to upper 50s and a lot of boston area and suburbs and by 7:00 this evening we are back down to about 47?. i will take you all the way into the weekend with future cast in time traffic. >> julie: things looking nice this friday morning commute. map bright green route 1 and 93 south, no issues 128 southbound through lexington. even the expressway is moving along fine, a lot of space between the cars as head past the gas tank. here are live drive times, 13 minutes route 1, 26 minutes on 93 south as you approach the leverett connector and 24
weston tolls. >> daniel: donald trump and hillary clinton are neck and neck in the granite state and it is too close to call. michael henrich live this morning in atkinson, new hampshire where, michael, people already filling in to donald trump rally that begins today at noon. >> michael: donald trump will be in the state twice in the day and hillary clinton will be here once this weekend as well but they will need a congress to work with whoever ends up winning the presidency and that's why all eyes are on the new hampshire u.s. senate race because it could help tip the scales in the balance of power. so let's look at the latest polls here for the incumbent republican u.s. senator kelly ayotte and democratic challenger, maggie hassan and umass lowell poll came out yesterday, essentially a
ayotte has 46%, trailing by one percentage point. however the suffolk university poll coming out yesterday showing ayotte with two-point lead, 44% to hassan 42% support. again, very close race, statistical tie for u.s. senate here in the granite state, statistical tie in the presidential contest here in new hampshire as well president vladimir putin as trump will be in manchester on monday. clinton campaign has clinton herself coming on sunday and tomorrow chelsea clinton will be in state and tomorrow president obama will campaign for his former secretary of state. so a big push, granite state as usual getting a lot of attention in the lead-up to election day. live in atkinson, new hampshire,
>> julie: melania trump claims she had serve as advocate for women and children and first public speech since the convention. she said the nation as whole needs to make a change. >> our culture gotten too mean and too rough. >> better way to talk to each other to disagree with each other to respect each other. >> julie: this morning some are criticizing trump because while she called for end to bullying she never addressed her husb women both on speeches and social media. julie: hillary clinton's campaign getting another dose of star power. beyonce set to out the stage at get the vote concert. jay-z as headliner and commenting on rumor of queen b's appearance. clintonon using concert to reach more young voters. four days away from election day. this thursday stay with fox25 throughout the night and complete coverage online and on
lasting throughout the evening. >> daniel: this morning police chief and local man's sister adding context to new reward for information about disappearance. we told you about norman lee yesterday, weymouth comic book artist vanished while snorkeling a year and a half ago in cayman islands with his wife. police assume he drowned when he didn't turn up about search. new fbi reward giving hope to lee's sister and bridgewater's chief of police. one of lee's childhood friends. they say >> looking for closure. >> think he is the victim of foul play. i don't know what happens to him and a lot of unanswered questions that need to be answered. >> fbi hasn't said looking for more information about the disappearance or whereabouts. >> julie: major consequences for harvard men soccer team
the school's president says they have zero tolerance for behavior. >> we are not exactly sure who started the program or who started the website. however, it is still embarrassing. >> julie: it is a decision harvard university students talking. announcing canceling the rest of the season amid disturbing allegations. >> i think with the values the college really tries to exemplify with a lot of things that it does and message it tries to create definitely unfortunate. >> julie: university says it has learned it was creating scouting reports rating the soccer players by the looks. >> catherine: harvard crimson newspaper reported last month it allegedly started with the 2012 men's team and fox25 learned it has continued. >> not something ever been done but given the values harvard likes to promote it is kind of embarrassing in that regard. >> catherine: this is video from the university's website
decision to cancel the season isn't without consequence. had the team this saturday accident game they would have been headed to the ncaa tournament. they had been first in the league. harvard's president says i was deeply distressed the appalling actions of the soccer team not isolated to one year or the actions of few individuals. >> i'm not sure any player so unfair all of them get the same punishment but that's the way it is, nothing else it done. >> daniel: 21-year-old from new jersey says she was raped by classmate in party in 2013. according to the lawsuit she reported happened to campus police but other student was not prosecuted. she was also not expelled from school and allowed to keep living in the same dorm. healthman says the school's
victimized again. >> questions asking were completely inappropriate. and thinking about it now just can't believe other people have to go through this as well. >> daniel: lawsuit claims northeastern has sexual assault on campus and follow state and federal laws about reporting crimes. northeastern tell us they cannot comment because it has not been served complaint. however, student safety is school's top priority. comment on any criminal investigation related to this case. >> julie: mother of umass amherst student who died of heroin overdose is is suing the school because they didn't find help for her son's addiction. when he was found with the drug police asked him to be informant and take down dealers on campus. 2013 he was found dead following an overdose. the mother said school had told her about the addiction the
says it was completely blind sided about news of reebok's big move to boston. we told you yesterday the giant moving the world headquarters in the new year. town officials tell fox25 they learned of the plan from a security guard. reebok has been in canton for 16 years but now joining converse and new balance and vying boston location for the home. mayor marty walsh calls latest edition big win for the city. >> excited about reebok coming in a and they were really excited about the potential opportunity coming to the city of boston. >> there are 950 employees of the canton headquarters. reebok says 650 of them are moving to the new location. rest will either transfer out of state or be laid off. experts say millennials are at the heart of the move. they say the sneaker company wants to be part of a vibrant community. daniel: cvs announced cutting 650 jobs and 250 are in
they are working with the department of labor and training to find work for affected employees. governor gene says it is possible many of the workers will be able to find new positions at cvs. the pharmaceutical chain plans to add jobs in other departments >> julie: down to 13 minutes from the braintree split to the exit for the pike. shiri? >> shiri: and don't forget that we are turning the morning, so getting the extra hour of sleep but there's the early sunset. 5:30, got hour-by-hour look straight into the weekend next. >> daniel: student brought mixture of sugar and kool-aid from a classmate and now he
what's kelly ayotte costing you? you're paying more for prescription medicines. kelly ayotte blocked lower cost generic drugs. 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. every time a new charter opens,
ine. 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 education, vote no on question two. vo: ending funding for planned parenthood. taking away
our right to choose.
ayotte voted six times to end funding for planned parenthood - putting access to birth control and cancer screenings at risk. and she supports overturning roe v. wade. woman 1: kelly ayotte says she's for women. but it's just an act. woman 2: voters definitely
cannot trust kelly ayotte. vo: senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> daniel: problem dealing with for nearly a decade and only getting worse. >> sorry to show you my toilet but that's my toilet. >> daniel: never know what you're going to get in norton. that dirty water comes through
machines and people that live in norton are fed up. shelly christie wife of fox25 employee has two kids and with no usable water at home. >> can't give them baths tonight and brush teeth with bottled water. i can't wash laundry. >> daniel: no real solution and town has no treatment water facility and department of environmental protection mandates the town flushes twice a year for safety but these days it is happening more like week. >> probably would have been already built and in operation having not had the archeological incident occur. >> daniel: water authorities say the goal is to have a water treatment plant built to filter out the metals. plan for the facility may have connections to the wampanoag indian tribe. now it is a waiting game. >> going to strip approximately 18 inches of soil and what we
significant artifacts. >> this is the worst i have ever seen the water. it is mud. mud. >> daniel: site first to pass inspection and groundbreaking next year and then another 18 months before an operation. >> julie: lead has been found in drinking water. officials announce new findings of district wide 71 sings now been shut down after finding lead above the state threshold and they should only be used for washing hands and not drinking water. the city says the sinks and fountains will be fixed within a few months. >> daniel: baby bear wandering near elementary school. cub can be seen walking and peeking inside in the stroll and school official say they sent out message to parents to warn
>> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. right now roads looking really nice. pike wide open from 495 to 128 into the allston-brighton area. that's despite the construction that's going on in all the toll plaza and former toll plaza because those toll booths have been coming down. expressway moving along fine. north of the pike route 1 and 93 south clear. here are live drive times. 24 minutes eastbound 495 to mass ave. 13 minut average speeds about 40 miles per hour right now on the expressway so we will take it. 23 minutes on 93 south from 495 in andover down to the leverett connector. >> daniel: meteorologist shiri spear joins us now to check the forecast. it is friday. >> shiri: nice day but temperatures a little bit cooler. keep getting more seasonable or even a little bit below average for the weekend. half to show you guys this fantastic picture i got on
on twitter. this is from west boylston. you know, some of the color out in this part of the state starting to really fade right now so decent reports coming in from eastern and southeastern massachusetts. that fading color though into central mass, a lot of northern mass and southern new hampshire and a lot of color and leaves are simply gone at this point. now we have a cold front that's coming through today, triggering a couple clouds, that's it. today stays dry through we are going to have a couple scattered clouds mixing with the sun and things tend to run mostly sunny this afternoon and keeping eye on cape here for couple ocean effect clouds and temperaturewise today, this is seasonable part of our forecast. right? these temperatures are normal. 55 in boston and brookline, 53 today in lowell. lower 50s up into southern new hampshire. lower 50s for the worcester area, foxborough up to about 56?. we got the mid to upper 50s for the south shore over to bridge water at 57, even new
few more clouds there over the middle and the outer cape here this afternoon. and nantucket. all things considered nice today, nice when you wake up tomorrow morning, few more clouds around and with the clouds we got the slight risk of quick little drizzle or quick little flurry. it is the exception not the rule because most of the day will look like that, partly cloudy, i think 90% of us will stay dry over the weekend. risk for rain here on sunday will come into play for eastern most massachusetts and new hampshire with a little bit of moist floco ocean. further inland you go the brighter it is going to be here. temperatures though take a little bit of hit here on sunday because we got about 53 hyannis and boston tomorrow, lower 50 out in concord, new hampshire, 49? in worcester and then we knock you down by couple more degrees for the high temperatures on sunday. 7-day forecast for the weekend always in view. has 54? and mostly sunny skies on monday. we got more sunshine and 59? on tuesday. by wednesday we are tracking
the showers at right now looks pretty low. i have to say it is looking very widely scattered, not like drought bust and her then on thursday of next week got another 60 degree reading along with mostly sunny skies and layer up, especially for the very chilly saturday and sunday mornings looking forward to gaining extra hour of sleep here on sunday, of course. remember to bundle up if headed out for the weekend. i got closer look at what to plan around today with day planner coming up in minutes. >> michelle: turning back clocks tomorrow night and one more hour to enjoy this weekend and that's a good thing because there's a lot going on around town. first there's a great '80s song by cindy lauper girls just want to have fun. these days they want more. by annual event is opportunity to explore, create and test your own designs with m.i.t. faculty,
life of robots. it all starts saturday at 11:00 a.m. and if you're a home body want to get out of the house and head over to the west clubhouse for the 2016 fall home show. over 500 experts will be on hand to answer burning do-it-yourself questions. there will also be workshops and seminars, kids fun zone and cooking demonstrations and show specials and great savings you will only find at the home show. thirtieth annual boston christmas festival is back in it may seen soon but christmas only 51 days away. whether you need the perfect holiday decorations and unique loved ones you're sure to find what you're looking for. the show runs through sunday. thanksgiving is right around the corner. as we begin to make plans for family and what are the dishes you look forward to most every year. head to the fox25 around town facebook page and share with us your favorite holiday recipes. and for more about what's happening around town, make sure you have the fox25 news app in
around town tab at fox25boston.com. whatever do you this weekend, make it a great one. i'm michelle lazcano, hope to see you around town. >> julie: embarrassing mistake left one student without a treat on joanne: she's not fooling me. britt: kelly ayotte sides with the special interests. vivian:
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the mixture called happy crack is harmless but eagle nest elementary nine students are suspended and facing expulsion for having substance resembles a drug and punishment is too harsh. >> at the time did you know you were making a decision you shouldn't have made? he said no. i said what did you think you were purchasing? he said kool-aid and sugar. >> daniel: each student will have their own he >> julie: pennsylvania bus driver getting national attention for saving halloween. these are festive cupcakes brought into school for one of the students on her bus. she felt terrible after she watched fourth grader fall to the bus floor on monday morning. in between routes ran home, baked replacement cupcakes and brought them into school. >> i was crying and couldn't
that for me. >> julie: rocking the side pony. there was a thank you note addressed to the bus driver that saved the day. the school's principal so touched she had act of kindness online. it has gone viral and thousands of people reacted online. >> daniel: game seven scored the highest tv viewership in baseball game in 25 years. more than 40 million people awaited championship. last time that many eyes were on game was 1991. 50 million people watched the minnesota twins beat the atlanta braves. >> julie: it is now a piece of history. the ball from the final out of the cubs world series clincher. this morning experts say it could be worth more than $3 million. here it is again. the moment first baseman anthony rizzo took throw to record the final out of the cubs championship win. he reached back and placed the
safekeeping. usually the team gets the ball or maybe the owner. but we all remember what happened during the 2004 world series when red sox broke their curse. first baseman caught the final out and kept the ball. it sparked controversy when he joked the baseball would be the retirement fund. people were so angry he even got death threats. he said he never had intention of selling the ball and 2006 he agreed with the sox to donate the ball to the >> daniel: mike neuron neuron -e call it bold and i call it faith. bold gamble that did not pay off. back to the story about the baseball being $3 million. what about the glove? i mean without the glove -- >> julie: could go for pretty
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