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of throwing heroin into police officers faces. it was what was in the heroin that has them looking to charge that man with attempted murder. >> and it's an all out battle for the swing states. the changing time in voter support, just three days until our next president is picked. >> complete new england news starts right now. this is fox 25 morning news. >> heather: good saturday morning to you. thanks for turning into fox 25 morning news bright and early. 6:00 a.m., start, november 5th. i'm heather hegedus. >> jason: and i'm jason law. we're dealing with a frosty and cold start to our weekend. but meteorologist jason brewer is in our weather center with areas that could be seeing some snow. >> jason brewer: if you're going to see a flake, it looks like southern new hampshire the best shot. 20s right here and on the radar, some return of snowflakes.
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nothing more than a sprinkle of rain in boston. natick at 27 degrees and 34 in falmouth right now. a cold start to the day. a frost advisory for barnstable county. if you didn't bring your plants in. hopefully they're inside now. hour by hour. here's your forecast today. partly cloudy skies, near 50 for those high temperatures into the early afternoon. back with the rest of the area where showers could fall tomorrow coming up. >> jason brewer: it is 6 a.m. and you can expect delays along 128 as working continues along the bridge. >> heather: the details will start tonight and through the weekend. stephanie coueignoux is there with an update on the progress and how it's going to affect people. >> reporter: as we were driving around earlier this morning,
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smoothly. but you can see construction is already underway. mass. d.o.t. says back ups could be as long as two miles today. the northbound lanes of 128 have already closed around exit 19. at 6:00, that's when crews will close the southbound side as well to tear down the old highland avenue bridge. if you usually take this route, you will be detoured around the construction, but, many, mass. o. tricky. in the meantime, some businesses are making the most out of it. some tell us these detours led to a boost in business. >> everybody coming around here thinks it's going to be horrible. we don't think it's going to be that bad. we're getting donuts and balloons for a festive event. so if somebody is stuck outside in had their car, they can come in and browse.
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closures coming in stages. we put a full list on our website, fox25boston.com. in needham, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 morning news. >> jason: another look at that timeline, all happening at exit 19. right now the northbound side is closed. that closure will continue until 6:00 tonight. with the southbound side being sutdown at that point too. the southbound side will be closed until 3:00 tomorrow afternoon. mass. d.o.t. says the project should wrap up by afternoon. >> heather: developing this morning, police in billerica are looking for a man who dragged a man 15 feet with his car. police say eric was sitting in a van possibly shooting drugs into his arm prior to this. he was with this man, seen in the surveillance video right there. when police approached he is accused of throwing the needle on the ground and hitting the police officer as he tried to
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police say that man is driving a green caravan, with rhode island place. he is facing assault and battery charges with dangerous weapon. and operate to go endanger. >> jason: a falmouth man in custody this weekend accused of throwing heroin during a drug bust. he's facing multiple charges this morning. but an attempted murder has been turned out. fox 25 spoke with a former police officer, who says the attempted murder charge should first place. >> reporter: e.m.t.s wheel the suspect into an ambulance. he and two falmouth police officers rush to the hospital for exposure to drugs. police say russell peenia, the subject of a heroin investigation, struggled with officers, ripped it open, and threw it at the officer. michael lopes, his passenger, was arrested on drug charges.
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of attempted murder. ultimately at his arraignment, the attempted murder charges were dropped. there's a great reason for that. >> there's no prosecutor to obtain a guilty conviction in a situation like this. >> reporter: nolan says filing attempted murder charges for throwing heroin at police is unheard of. >> these kind of charges, i would character them as frivolous and under mines the public has or should have in police. >> reporter: peenia is known to cut his heroin with fentanyl. they told fox 25 in a statement, heroin, if it's lined with fentanyl are dangerous substances, could have seriously harmed or harmed the officers. police have link to dea video showing two new jersey detective
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exposure. >> poof up into the air, we ended up inhailing it. >> it felt like my body was shutting down. people around me said i was really white and lost color. that's that was it. i thought i was dying. >> heather: to election 2016 now. and three days out from election day. and a new reuters poll shows hillary clinton still keeping her advantage on the national very small advantage. 43% back clinton only 39% backing trump. the pair are pulling dead even in new hampshire. both hillary clinton and donald trump are making their final push for votes, as you might imagine this weekend. trump hopping armed the states this weekend while clinton takes on florida and sends the surrogates to the other battle
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each candidate hoping to swing votes in their favor. >> reporter: with one week left to get messages out, republican nominee is gaining on challenger hillary clinton. while clinton is still holding a clear lead, the race has tighten understand the final two weeks. the latest map shows four states have shifted, all in trump's favor. >> have you been seeing what's been happening with those polls? they're like rocket ships. >> reporter: maine, ohio, and utah are all looking like they'll shift from bat thought leaned democrat looks like it might turn red this election. with those moves, clinton dropped below the votes needed to clinch the vote on tuesday. this is an estimate. there are several states, like arizona, florida, and north carolina, that are still very much up for grabs. both parties focusing their effors in the final days. the latest job reportly showing
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work in their favor. >> we've got good news our economy created 161 thousand jobs last month. that is 73 straight months of job growth. and i leave -- believe that our economy is poised to really take off and thrive. >> heather: mark ockerbloom reporting. both hillary cli trump will be back to for the election. both candidates will be holding events in manchester. >> jason: and we'll be watching new hampshire. it will decide who will be remain in power on capitol hill. republican hastert are trying to reseat kelly ayotte. right now the polls suggest the seat is a toss on.
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senate. stick with fox 25 right now through election night. we'll have a result of all of the big races as they roll through on tuesday. it begins with 4:00 p.m. news cast and will continue through the night. >> heather: an investigation underway in seekonk after a driver got away from police there. police tried to stop a car for a violation. the driver took off and that car ended up hitting another car before the driver eventually lost control and hit pole near pleasant street. that driver is now being treated at the hospital. police still investigating why the driver tried to get away. more than 24 hours, and there's still a lot of unknowns about a deadly crash that happened along 128 south in waltham. this was the scene thursday night after a person walking in the middle of the highway there was hit by several cars and killed. it happened just near exit 26 just before 10:30 thursday.
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road and didn't find any vehicles nearby that could've belonged to the victim. the person's name hasn't been released. >> jason: a shooting investigation underway in new hampshire. happened just before 2:30 this morning. police say a man shot on am morey street. and police found a woman suffering from a gunshot wound inside that vehicle. both people hospitalized this morning and working to find out thousand you how they're doing right now. >> heather: a new hampshire man is dead killed in a military training off the coast of florida. he was in the combat diver qualification course at this point. the army is tight lipped about exactly what happened but tells fox 25 that incident is under investigation this morning. >> jason: two weeks after two of their employees are killed in a trench collapse, we're learning more about criminal activity in roslindale.
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investigators believe workers were using drugs and even selling drugs on the property. more than a month before workers kevin mad dock and robert higgins were killed. they busted dominique lavelle driving a dump truck with crack cocaine. numerous employees of the company are chronic drug users. investigators witnessed illegally purchase narcotics. that was from a police report. police say lavelle out of atlantic drain dump truck. we took it to the atlantic drain on friday, their attorney says they had no comment. >> heather: an investigator off the job this morning after this video surfaces online. >> are you running for president? >> donald trump. >> who is a liar? >> hillary clinton. >> heather: the issue not related to politics that has
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>> heather: 6:14 now, customers racking up cell phone charges in their sleep. this morning, fox 25 investigates urn covers the way you could be paying for data you didn't use. investigative reporter eric rasmussen after their mobile data mysteriously spiked with no explanation. >> reporter: it's happening when people are asleep, when their phones are turned off, even when downloading videos that "fox 25 investigates" looking into that spike in mystery data since july. we found the fcc received numerous complaints in recent months. videos, e-mail, days, every kilo bite comes at a cost. >> we're paying more and more and more. >> reporter: heather and tim couldn't make sense of their cell phone bills over the summer. data overage cost them as much
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bites. >> reporter: that wasn't the only one. >> you can see the progression through the months. >> reporter: they kept going over their data limits. at and t says their use doubled in june. >> are you streaming videos at 1:00, 2:00 in the morning. >> nope. >> playing lots of games. >> nope. >> facebook in the middle of the night? >> no. >> they say their kids devices is wi-fi only, no told them to he are place their iphones. the charges kept coming even after their new phones were off. >> maybe there was a glitch. if something that would explain why we went through almost double the amount of of data. and what i got was a lot of finger pointing at me, finger pointing at apple and complete lack of accountability. >> reporter: not just a problem with at&t.
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"fox 25 investigates"ed complaints to fcc that overages dumped more than 800% in the last three years. >> it might be your charger, though. >> reporter: researchers say hackers can steal data leaving victims to pay the overages. >> they spoke from her office at state university. even when there's no foul play, customers can charged data than they actually use. >> if data get lost on the path, worker to user, you will still be charged. >> reporter: you mean to tell me if i'm trying to watch a video and that little wheel is spinning, i'm already being charged data. >> this is definitely true. >> reporter: former secretary of consumer affairs barbara anthony points out, the fcc doesn't regulate contracts between cell
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whether anybody is watching out for the consumer except for the consumer. >> reporter: they spent hours on the phone with their provider eventually got them a refund. but never got an explanation. >> we're facing an uphill battle to prove to them that we're not up all night streaming videos instead of being on our wi-fi or sleeping. that put that on us. >> reporter: we contacted at&t about the renault spokesperson apologized and stopped charging any customers overdata. verizon says it charges for data sent over the network but says it takes customer security seriously. for "fox 25 investigates," i'm eric rasmussen. >> jason: look outside, it's black pitch black and it's cold. if you're not into that sort of thing, the good news, it's going to be this dark this late in the morning because we fall back tonight. >> heather: right, but not the last time it will be this cold
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very frosty on the car this morning. >> jason brewer: get your scrapers working. first frost advisory for cape cod, barnstable county under that. look what's happening to the north. a couple of snowflakes. i just checked all of the observations and none of these airports captured any flakes, nothing reported. but keep in mind one or two flakes could be flying from concord over to portsmouth new hampshire watching out in the next hour, a flake in the air, no accumulation, just something that makes it feel like the middle of fall. right. back here towards northwest middlesex and northern worcester county, a couple of little sprinkles dissipating. so has the chill. 10 to 15 degrees colder this morning compared to yesterday. falmouth at 30. bourne at 29. middle 20s new bedford.
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start. woburn in at 28. upper 30s around shrewsbury, worcester and hopkinton. this morning all at a freeze. if you're headed to the bc game, you're going to see temperatures rising nicely. out of the 40s and into the 50s we go by mid morning. upper 40s by noontime. not too much wind. 2:00 temperature at 53 degrees. there toward half time. the afternoon numbers for all into the 50s. i think a bit brighter to the south and east. and a few extra clouds as you go to the north and west. we'll just call it partly to mostly cloudy in southern new hampshire today with low 50s in keen. middle 50s in concord, burlington, and medford today with partly cloudy skies. as we go farther south and eastward, it will stay a bit brighter, nantucket, chatham, both at 53 today. let's track our temperatures with future cast as you're maybe
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enjoying that fall back mental. we'll be gaining an extra hour overnight. this evening, we'll see temperatures 45 to 50 degrees. we're not going to see the sharp drop off like we did last night. because we'll have an approaching front overnight. a few more clouds around too. wake up temperatures tomorrow will be running around 40 degrees, a few upper 30s sprinkled in. a chance for an isolated shower eastern mass. because we pressure off shore, backside of that clouds and a quick passing light shower not to be changing any plans but cape cod, nantucket, you have the best chance, i think for one of these showers, that low will be affecting you. seven-day forecast with the weekend always in view. tomorrow, a chance of a shower there toward the cape in eastern mass. election day sunny with a 60 degree high. veterans day, not too bad,
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>> jason: 6:21 this saturday. a pair of doctors being recognized for life saving work this weekend. the special honor presented to them from boston police. >> heather: a little boy
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. >> jason: a young boy recorded in a bathroom by a restaurant employee. and that employee allowed to remain on the job even after the incident was reported to police. the restaurant's manager spoke to only fox 25's kathryn burcham about the controversial decision to keep that >> reporter: for more than a decade, in a pickle, has been a popular stop for hungry families on the waltham street corner. now one mother has left a scathing review. in this post she detailed how a male employee allegedly took a picture of her 7-year-old son on the toilet. >> he looked up and noticed a hand over the stall with a camera, a phone. >> reporter: that mother who asked not to be identified told
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the kitchen to anthony man toy i can't. they charged him with disorderly conduct but never showed for his moment in court. police say he fleed to his home country, guatemala. >> frustrating, that no one will be held responsible for this. >> reporter: they allowed him to continue working after the incident. >> i left numerous refuses to get on the phone with him. and he has not returned any of my phone calls. >> i don't want our silence to be construed as not caring. >> reporter: the owner says his attorney says no contact with the family. but doesn't want anything like this happening in his restaurant. there wasn't anything i could say or do to erase the situation or make her feel any better that would help out.
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tells fox 25, that his lawyer advised him to keep the employee on the job to avoid a wrongful lawsuit in case the charges were unfounded. more charges could be filed. >> jason brewer: it's a frosty start. i am tracking a couple of showers on the radar. show you when they might affect
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this is fox 25 morning news. >> heather: good morning, just about to turn 6:30 on this saturday morning. take a look at the sake kim bridge right there. lighting up the sky. it's very dark out there. daylight savings. things will be changing tomorrow morning. >> jason: sunrise about an hour away. very chilly out there, as you were saying, fox 25 the storm weather center this morning. even a few snowflakes flying around to our north. >> jason brewer: i wouldn't be surprised to see a flake come down in southern new hampshire. temperatures right now cold in the 20s, dry across the vast majority of the area. in chatham, a frost advisory in affect. scraping the windshields. hopefully you brought the plans in listening to kevin last night. today, partly cloudy. brighter to the south and east,
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west. temperatures in the 50s everywhere we go, that's seasonal this time of the year. i'll tell you when a shower can move back in tomorrow. the future cast model, the latest information from that straight ahead. >> jason: happening right now. detours in place and delays are expected this morning as crews working to tear down the old highland avenue bridge. >> heather: i think a lot of people expecting a big headache. stephanie coueignoux is live on 128 for us this morning. there are whole sections of the down to traffic and that's happening right now? >> reporter: yeah, all of these detours surrounding exit 19 on 128. taking a look behind me, it's a little dark but you can see the construction already underway. very active, actually, for several hours now. thankfully you can see traffic running smoothly. but again this is very early on on this saturday morning. i do want to give you a different perspective from this
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over this area yesterday. you can see how widespread this construction area is. this is what you're going to need to know this weekend. right now, if you do plan on taking 128 today, the northbound lanes as we just showed you are already closed around exit 19. at 6:00 tonight, that's when the southbound lanes are going to close. detours are already in place. and they're going to be signs and police are here to help guide drivers. some people hoothat we spoke with are this area completely. businesses are doing what they can to help drivers who have to take this route. >> everybody coming in here is anticipating things are going to be horrible. we don't think it's going to be so bad. in fact, we're getting donuts, coffee, and balloons we can create a "fox 25 investigates"tive event. if somebody is stuck outside with their car, they can come in and browse.
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back ups could be as long as two miles. thankfully if you're headed out, that is not happening right now. construction is set to last through tomorrow morning. in needham, stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> heather: all right. stephanie, thank you. boston police released a new photo a suspect connected to an attempted kidnapping. an underage girl reported this man approached her just before 6:30 on october 25th in the area of blue hill avenue and brick ford street in the man in the picture is believed to be connected to the crime. he's last seen jumping into a newer model white nissan senate tra. >> jason: this morning, potential threats being monitored in new york, virginia, and texas. the commonwealth also ramping up security for the election. mass. state police extra patrols out and the fbi in boston staying actively working to
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threats. the important thing is that right now they say there are no credible specific threats. >> heather: this morning, the debate over question 4 in massachusetts is heating up. governor charlie baker stepping into the arena and offering his opinion on legalizing recreational marijuana in his state. the government is siding with police chief. specifically mentioning the newly released information about that wrong way crash in vermont last month that shows the driver had high leve simple when he hit on 189. >> it was written by the marijuana industry for the marijuana industry. it's a billion dollar industry that's just dying to be able to commercialize its product here in the commonwealth. >> heather: police chiefs are worried there's no reliable field test for drivers high on pot. so they would be limited in controlling drugged driving. those in favor of question four
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tax payers money. >> jason: this morning, investigation is starting when a local day care provider recording children chanting about hillary clinton and donald trump. it's viewed 100,000 times. erica ricci delved into who started that political speech and why the day care provider recorded it. >> who is a liar? >> hilla preschool age. their comments about the political candidates. they keep going. it coming from a snapchat post of angelina norwood. we went to ask her about it. but no one came to the door. a short time later, a man who identified himself as her father approached us upset by our presence: after a brief stint
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out and answered questions on her behalf. did she say what started saying that. >> i guess it's been going on, thought it was cute. >> reporter: mr. grill low was addta a minute, it was not her daughter. >> she's definitely not the one who taught them to say that. >> reporter: that's according to a statement released by next day children center. they say, quote, we have policies tha of personal cell phones and personal video taking. we follow our protocol should these policies be broken and currently completing our internal investigation. and will take appropriate actions with the teacher who posted this video on social media. we focus on age appropriate learning activities and curriculum. this type of activity is not appropriate. erica ricci fox 25 news. >> jason: the state department of early ed addition in children
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children. we will take action as necessary. and any involved staff as war ranked by the out come of our investigation. right now angelina grill low on paid leave. >> heather: boston police giving a special thank you to the officers who saved the lives shot in east boston three weeks ago. presenting george value ham moss and david king. a thursday, thanking the entire mgh trauma team. they were the ones who saved the officers shot multiple times and brought to the hospital with a bleak out come, but both are recovering now. >> jason: the problem that the person they gave the money to isn't the landlord or the owner.
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>> heather: a man with a gun broke into an apartment with his estranged wife and three-year-old son are located. coming up the shoot out with police that has the city 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.
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>> heather: new york city in mourning after a shoot out in the bronx.
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apartment where his estranged wife and three-month-old son were and he eventually left. when officers approached, he got out of his car and started shooting, killing one officer, hitting another officer in the leg. those officers returned fire, killing the suspect. the officer who died was a 19 year veteran of the department and married with two young children. the other officer remains in stable condition this morning. >> jason: this morning, investigators uncer day after rescuing a woman who was chained up like a dog inside of a shipping container. kala brown went missing with her boyfriend more than two months ago after she was rescued. she warned police there could be other victims on that 100 acre property. the man who owns the farm is a registered sex offender and arrest understand charge where the abduction. there's no word whether the body is the girl's boyfriend or another victim.
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fox 25 for helpful craig says someone copied his craigslist ad as part of a skaly. that scammer asking for social security numbers and money up front. perez discovered the problem when people started showing up to check out the property. >> the other time that was posted, it was posted with half of the price i posted the ad for. >> heather: perez he contacted fox 25 to warn potential renters about similar scams out there. when he reached out to craigslist about the fake ad, he says he never heard back. but both ads have since been removed from the website. samsung dealing with a new recall this morning. unrelated to its smartphone melt down. coming up, we'll tell you about the home appliance now being blamed for breaking someone's jaw. >> jason: plus the barriers are
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vo: ending funding for planned parenthood. taking away our right to choose. restricting our health care choices. this is senator kelly ayotte's record. 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. but it's just an act. woman 2: voters definitely cannot trust kelly ayotte. vo: senate majority pac is responsible
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. >> jason: progress continues at the new casino being built right now in everett. fox 25 blair miller takes us behind the scenes to check out the major role will have. >> reporter: driving behind boston harbor, this is how most people see it. we hopped on board to see the progress. >> we're currently finishing the foundation work on the site. we wanted to establish a firm footprint for the building. >> reporter: that footprint spans 13 acres. this right here, the entrance to the hotel building and casino. this is what the hotel will face. the boston skyline along the
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>> the main entrance right here. the hotel structure would be where? >> would be on our right-hand side. it's a curved tower, that tower goes up 27 stories. >> reporter: they're tweaking the design on the inside of the building. we also have these new pictures not released that has more detail on what the 2.1 billion dollar project will look like, from the lobby to the roof, overlooking the city to the main casino that will have a grand staircase. after months of public leg he says the relationship has simmered down. >> we feel we're in a good place with somerville and the cooperation is going well. >> reporter: he says the biggest focus now the jobs, 320 people work on site now, another 200 before the end of the year. next year 1500 more. even after that, 4,000 permanent. >> for us, all about getting people to work and up and
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our boston harbor guests. >> reporter: he told me, wynn is very focused on the details of the building and likes to have a hands on approach. i'm blair miller, fox 25 news. >> heather: this morning, samsung reported another project, caused several injuries including a broken jaw. they're recalling 3 million top loading washing mans. the company says, the top of the machine can fly website, fox25boston.com. >> jason: 6:47 and five more drinking fountains in convince see schools tested positive for lead. all of the fountains have been shut down and zippings have signs saying they should be only used for hand be with aing. the city says the sinks and fountains should be fixed sometime in the next couple of months. >> heather: transportation officials shining a light on
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time working on the roads from under water. and they perform about 400 dives a year, inspecting bridges and making repairs. the mass. d.o.t. says the divers are there to make sure every part of every bridge is safe. >> so this is really a very special group of people who have taken the time to become experts both in diving and in bridge inspection. >> heather: the divers mainly work on bridges on state highways. but they are hoping to exp the problem. mass. d.o.t. started a grant program now to help pay for bridge repairs in smaller towns. >> now your local forecast from meteorologist jason brewer and the fox 25 storm tracker weather team. >> jason brewer: a cold frosty start. even a couple of flakes. you might see them on the sea coast in new hampshire this morning. here's a look now at the radar picture. and, again, i just checked all of the observations. we're not able to capture any of the snow reports from any of the airports up here just yet.
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best chance i think of reporting an in between flake. we'll be watching. peterborough, those are falling apart. these numbers, we're going 5 to 15 degrees colder this morning than we were yesterday. the good news is that the winds are fairly light. we don't have that cold wind chill. 35 in boston right now. 30 arlington. go to the west, wellesley, framingham, over to burlington, in the mid and upper 20s. pepperell and lowell, those at 29 degrees. airport. and we have some upper 20s. plymouth 27 right now. sandwich at 35 where a frost advisory is up. falmouth as well at 34 degrees. so check out the hour by hour saturday forecast for ipswich today. temperatures up out of the 20s and 30s and into the 40s by 8:00 this morning. so we do get some morning sunshine. especially the farther south you go, obviously to the north, underneath a couple of the clouds we're dealing with that
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the 50s there toward the early afternoon. into worcester county. we'll see numbers in the middle and lower 50s. the lower elevations like milford, worcester airport in the low 50s there. around dedham, 57 today. boston in the middle 50s chelmsford shirley and hudson all checking in at 53, 55 this afternoon. as we go to the cape and islands, plenty of sunshine here. farther to the north and west, track it with future cast, late day, 50s giving way to 40s. not a quick drop off. going to have a little more cloud cover around tonight. if you're taking advantage of hitting the town with daylight savingses, setting clocks back at 2:00 a.m. we'll see fairly light temperatures, not as cold as we were this time tomorrow. upper 30s and lower 40s to start the day on sunday. future cast, rain chances coming
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take shape. another disturbance coming down out of canada. that's going to help develop this wide area of low pressure off of our coastline. on the backside of that, a couple of showers could be hitting eastern mass. cape cod, nantucket, possibly the vineyard. let's track the hour by hour rain fall. no measurable rain today. just a sprinkle chance. mainly the first half of the day with the little clipper going by. still no measurable rain by 9:00 sunday. we've really got to get into the dd tomorrow afternoon. you'll have a chance of a few .01s of rain. as those ocean clouds come on shore. monday looks nice, cool this morning. election day. a mild finish. another chance of a few showers on wednesday. right now veterans day just an isolated chance at 20%. back to you.
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>> heather: high speed pursuits one of the riskiest things an officer has to do. now officers might not have to resort to that. oh, here comes nancy. wow, she's sure making a splash in that designer dress! she's not splashing. you can wear anything and pour bleach. and her whiter whites, just dazzling. clorox splash-less bleach.
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?? our neighborhood public schools. they are the bedrock of our communities. the place where 96% of our kids are educated. but even now, these local schools are losing more than 400 million dollars a year to privately-run charter schools. and if question 2 passes, it will only get worse. to protect our public schools and the right of all our kids to a quality education, vote no on question 2. at ikea, we believe that everything you need should be within reach. that anything that matches your taste can match your budget. that green living doesn't have to cost much green. we believe that you should always have room
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kitchen should work as hard as you do. get 15% back at the ikea kitchen event. >> reporter: well, you knew it was coming but still stings when it happens. the red sox lose their bench coach. they look to replace tory lavelle. first shot many around the league feel he's more than ready. a stand up guy, a smart guy,
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organization. that is for sure. if he and mike hazen have their way, days like this will happen in arizona sometime in the near future. i'm betting to happen it will happen within the next 108 years. what a theme in the windy city. the royals last year, the cubs this year. baseball is an interesting thing, isn't it. our high school game of the week, to falmouth last night. eddie haskell with the touchdown. falmouth answered all night. trevor noons from 20 yards away made it 13-6. from there we start the michael lebron show. lebron picks it up, off to the races, 36 yards for icu is -- six. lebron scores 6 touchdowns.
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we tom leydon. >> jason: even though big papi's career is over, the tributes keep coming in. just announced the route 38 in his honor. the limited edition beer that they call hig -- they waited in line to get their hands on the special tribute. all of those bottles sold as you can imagine. look at the line. >> heather: so does big hoppy mean there's more pop to it, more alcohol in it. >> jason: i don't know if that translates. i don't know. 541 bottles. not many. >> heather: definitely a collectors edition for sure. the candidates hitting the
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>> jason brewer: tracking a few
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this weekend. >> reporter: construction happening right now here along 128 as crews tear down an old bridge. we're live this morning with the detours drivers will see this weekend. >> jason: plus a falmouth man accused of throwing heroin into police officers faces. it's what was in the heroin that had investigators looking to charge that man with attempted murder. >> heather: and it's an all out with just three days until our next president is picked. >> heather: good saturday morning to you, thank you so much for waking up with fox 25 morning news. it's 7:00 a.m., chilly morning. i'm heather hegedus. >> jason: i'm jason law. >> heather: we were talking about when we were driving we were trying to see -- trying to see out of that little piece.
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meteorologist jason brewer is tracking it. it's chilly. >> jason brewer: you bet. the best chance to see a flake this morning if you're waking up early with us, along the sea coast along paez air force base. we'll be watching it as they report a snow flake or two. cape cod waking up to the here's your worcester forecast. we do climb through the 40s here this morning. by 1:00, we're at 50 degrees. that's pretty much the high. slightly milder in boston. looking for mid 50s here. more on showers for the rest of your weekend coming up. >> jason: it is 7:01. right now expect delays along route 128 as the work continues right now to tear down the highland avenue bridge. >> heather: a lot of people think it's a big headache this
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fox 25 stephanie coueignoux is live for us in needham where it's happening, an update on the progress. how it's affecting drivers, stephanie. >> reporter: thankfully it's early in the morning. traffic moving smoothly. take a look behind me, the gorgeous sunrise. the light is certainly going to help give drivers a better idea what they're dealing with. you can see some of the construction equipment right here behind me, they are busy working tearing down that bridge. back ups, though, this is just miles today. again t northbound lanes of 128, they've already closed around exit 19. at 6:00 tonight, that's when crews are going to close the southbound side as they continue to tear down the old highland avenue bridge. so if you are taking this route today, you are going to be detoured around this construction. already, there are those bright orange signs to help you out. troopers are here to help. again, it could be a little
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absolutely give yourself a couple of extra minutes. local businesses as well. they're trying to make the most out of it. in fact, some folks say that these detours have actually led to a boost in business. >> everybody coming in here is anticipating things are going to be horrible. we don't think it's going to be so bad. in fact, we're getting donuts, coffee and balloons so we can create a festive event. if somebody is stuck outside for five minutes in their car they'll come in here and browse. >> reporter: okay. so they're mass. d.o.t. says that the construction is going to last through tomorrow afternoon. so this is going to, in fact, halted traffic on your weekend. we'll have all of those closures to take a closer look on our website, fox25boston.com. in needham, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> jason: we're going to show you the timeline again too. this is all happening at exit 19. right now the northbound side is closed. that closure will continue
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shut down at that point too. the southbound side will remain closed until 3:00 tomorrow afternoon. mass. d.o.t. says the project should wrap up by sunday afternoon. >> heather: to other news developing this morning. police in billerica looking for a man accused of dragging a police officer 15 feet with his car. it happened at a right aid parking lot. this is on boston road. police say eric oblenis was sitting in his van, possibly shooting drugs in h accused of throwing the needle on the ground and hitting the police officer. as the suspect tried to back up to get away, the officer wasn't badly hurt. but police say oblenis is driving a green dodge caravan with rhode island place. he's facing charges. >> jason: a man remains in custody this weekend accused of throwing heroin at police during a drug bust. the man facing multiple charges
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now been thrown out. fox 25 spoke with a former police officer who says the attempted murder charge should never have been filed in the first place. >> reporter: e.m.t.s wheel the victim into the hospital for exposure to drugs. russell pena, the subject of a heroin investigation. struggled with officers, ripped the b officer. his passenger was arrested on drug charges. pena arrested for multiple offenses including two counts of attempted murder. ultimately at his arraignment, the attempted murder charges were dropped. tom nolan, a 27 year boston police veteran and merrimack criminology professor says there's a good reason for that. >> there's no prosecutor to obtain a guilty conviction in a situation like this. >> reporter: nolan says filing attempted murder charges for throwing heroin at police is
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characterize them as frivolous and ridiculous and an abuse of authority. under mines the public confidence that people have or need to have and should have in the police. >> reporter: but falmouth police say pena is known to cut his heroin with fentanyl. they tell fox 25 in a statement heroin particularly combined with fentanyl are both dangerous substances and could have seriously harmed or killed the officers if they had overdosed as a result of this incident. video showing two detectives story of dangerous exposure. >> up into the air right into our face, and ended up inhaling. >> i felt like my body was shutting down. people around me said i was really white and lost color. it just really felt like -- i thought that was it. i thought i was dying. >> jason: those falmouth officers were treated and released from the hospital.
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bail. >> heather: election 2016 now. both hillary clinton and donald trump are making their final push for votes this weekend. trump is hopping around the country today visiting florida, north carolina, nevada, and colorado. while clinton takes on florida. and sends her surrogates to the other battle ground states. fox 25 mark ockerbloom reports each candidate is hoping to swing votes in their favor. >> reporter: with just one weekend left to get their messages out, republican nominee donald trump hillary clinton. while clinton holding a clear lead, the race has tighten in the last two weeks. four states have shifted all in trump's favor. >> have you been seen what's happening with the polls, they're like rocket ships. >> reporter: maine and utah are all looking to ship from battle ground to lean republican. and new hampshire, once a state thought to lean democrat looks like it might turn red this election. with those moves, clinton drops
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to clinch the nomination on thursday. florida, and north carolina, still very much up for grabs. both parties focusing their efforts there the final days. the democrats hoping the late jest job reports showing unemployment down to 5% will work in their favor. >> we have got good news this morning, our economy created 161,000 jobs las job growth. and i believe that our economy is poised to really take off and thrive. >> heather: and that was mark ockerbloom reporting. both donald trump and hillary clinton will return to new hampshire ahead of the election as well. clinton will, back tomorrow. trump returns on monday. both will be holding events in
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>> jason: and the country will be watching what happens in new hampshire. new hampshire governor maggi hassan is trying to unseat republican senator kelly ayotte. on the final stretch of this campaign the candidates out meeting voters one-on-one. right now polls suggest that that race is a toss up. if hassan wins, the democrats have a good chance of recapturing control of the u.s. senate. stick with fox 25 right now for election night. we'll have the results of the big races as they roll in tuesday. our special coverage begins at 4:00 p.m., and throughout the night. >> heather: new this morning, an investigation in seekonk after a driver there tried to get away from police. they tried to stop a car in fall river on a violation. but the driver took off. well, the car ended up hitting another car before that driver lost control and hit a utility pole near pleasant street. it took rescue crews 20 minutes to get the driver out of the car. he's now being treated in the hospital. police investigated why the driver tried to get away. >> jason: two weeks after two of
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trench account, we're learning more about criminal activity of atlantic drain in roslindale. workers were using drugs and selling them on property, according to reports. before kevin mattocks and robert higgins were killed, police arrested dominick revell for selling drugs. numerous employees of atlantic drain are chronic drug police say revel was selling and using illegal narcotics out of the atlantic drain yard and the atlantic drain dump truck. we took these allegations to the atlantic drain offices in roslindale and an attorney for the company told us they had no comment. >> heather: a day care company worker off the job after this video surfaces online. >> who do you want to be president? >> donald trump. >> who is a liar? >> hillary clinton. >> heather: the issue not
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landed that worker in hot water this morning. we'll explain. >> jason: and a local police department using a high tech device to get rid of the most dangerous things they do. an exclusive look at the gadget that could revolutionize high speed chases.
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>> heather: we have a share of high speed chases this year and in new hampshire. sometimes crossing from one state and into another. but now there's new technology that could cutback on these pursuits. a local police department the technology in new england. fox 25 stephanie coueignoux has the exclusive first look at the device. >> it's november 2nd will be the 10th birthday of paul's that we missed because he's dead. >> reporter: for jonathan farris, the pain of losing his son paul is still as raw as the night he died in may 2007. paul was 23 years old. that night, massachusetts state police were chasing a suspect through somerville. after he made an illegal u-turn.
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from his wisconsin home. >> they were in taxi. and they were t boned by the suv. paul was actually ripped from the taxi. and died there on site. >> i hear the chase and i get a pit in my stomach. >> reporter: methuen police chief tells fox 25, some weeks they respond to five chases a day. fox 25 has covered a number of high here in massachusetts, each police department has their own policy. in methuen officers can only pursue for a serious offense like a robbery or murder. >> god for bid there was a death or serious incident. >> reporter: sullivan is looking into new serious tracking technology as an alternative to high speed chases. the methuen police department is the first in new england to use
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>> when it's going to get fast, it will go. >> it shoots a dart out. and thiss to the vehicle wherever you shot it. >> now it's on. by the plate. at this point, we'll back off. >> reporter: any police agencies can log on their computer and track this vehicle. minimizing the need for the choice. >> one tool in our toolbox, of all of the different situations we have, in the right situation, we deploy it, it someone's life. >> reporter: it resulted in 80%. one device failed to stick. that could be due to weather, proximity and the officer's training also plays a role. our sister station in atlanta aired this dash cam video, trying and failing twice to attach a gps tracker on the car. the officer continued to pursuit driving up to 120 miles per
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another car injuring that driver and killing himself. which is why farris believes officer's judgment still needs to be the first line of defense. >> part of the whole aspect of the idea was, again, one to change policies, stricter policies in play. >> reporter: farris says the technology is the step in the right direction. but until every police pursuit policy is improved, he promises to keep fighting. >> i'm hoping that some day, you know, i hear paul's voice in my head good, dad. >> reporter: stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> heather: the technology does raise questions about the first amendment and privacy. according to the aclu, it does support the technology, so long as it's used with probable cause and removed when the suspect is caught. >> jason: you're going to want to check your credit card statement this week, a popular
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but may have been there since july 29th. the company says not everyone's card was affected. still protect yourself and check your statement and credit card report. >> heather: chilly morning. and i have not found my scraper from last winter yet. i've got to dig out. and you're going to need it this morning. >> jason: yeah, we're still a few minutes from official sunrise. >> jason brewer: yeah, we are getting a little bit of color in the sky. so this is a neat got the clouds coming up from the west and the sun in the east. last week we had the rainbows. enough precipitation out there. but today, i'm tracking the leftovers of a couple of flakes in new hampshire that may have gotten to the ground. the air pretty dry. there's a nice shot with the pinks in the sky. look at what's going on here, the clouds coming in from the northwest, go to the south and east and it's much brighter a couple radar returns, showers,
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coastline and some of these over the sea coast, encountering very dry air. let me know if you saw any of those flakes in the air, your chances wrapping up. we're waking up 19 degrees colder, 20 degrees colder in the vineyard. 10 degrees colder in boston. good news is there's not a lot of wind. colder as you go to the west. still some 20s hanging around. 38 boston, 36 rockport. southern new hampshire over to worcester at 31 degrees right now. and some 20s and 30s all the way down to the south coast, nantucket reporting 38 degrees. vineyard, there's the airport, 30. frosty cold start even on cape cod this morning. let's go to the boston college game today, shall we. noontime today and our temperature near 50 and then continuing to climb gradually
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55 degrees there toward the middle part of the afternoon. temperatures in the middle and low 50s in southern new hampshire today. more clouds as you go northwest into worcester county. here's middlesex county with temperatures climbing in the middle 50s here. mostly sunny. cape cod and nantucket low 50s there. planning your have clouds around. an approaching front. ahead of the front, we'll not see temperatures drop off quick into the night tonight. it will be cool but not as cold as we were last night. we'll be waking up tomorrow in the upper 30s and the lower 40s. see how we're just generating one or two light showers. it looks like the best chance for that tomorrow, eastern mass. i think it's going to be alou long the north and south shore. possibly even a little further west than that, a chance for a
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cape cod the best chance with passing showers out there. your weekend always in view. nothing to be changing plans over. today, left over 20% mention of a sprinkle. tomorrow, coverage at 30%. a cold start on monday and tuesday. look at election day. sunny and 60. veterans day right now looking mainly dry and seasonable. back to you >>yes this weekend, a pair of doctors being recognized for their live work. the special honor presented to them from boston police. >> heather: a little boy
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i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. 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. d i approve this message. massachusetts' newspapers rarely agree, but they do on question 2. they agree opponents have run a "campaign of misinformation" to spread "fear through white, affluent neighborhoods." they agree in the suburbs question 2 will have "no impact on their schools and their children." they agree it will provide vital "choices for urban parents"
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join leading newspapers and governor baker in voting yes on 2. >> jason: a young boy recorded in a bathroom by an restaurant employee. the employee allowed to remain on the job even after the incident was reported. the restaurant manager spoke only to kathryn burcham about the controversial decision. >> reporter: for more than a decade, in a pickle, has been a popular stop for families on waltham street corner. but now one mother has left a scathing review. in this post, detail of how a
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picture of her 7-year-old son on the toilet. >> she looks up and saw a hand over the stall with a camera, a phone. >> reporter: that mother who asked not to be identified, told us, they immediately called police, who matched the phone to a cook in the kitchen. anthony montoya. but he never showed for his appearance in court. police say he fled to his home felt helpless that no one will be held responsible for this. >> reporter: the restaurant allowed montoya to continue working after the incident. >> i left numerous messages. the owner of the restaurant refused to get on the phone with me. and he has not returned any of my phone calls. >> i just don't want our silence to be misconstrued as not caring. >> reporter: in a pickle tim burke says his owner advised him
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victim's family but says he would never want anything like this to happen in his restaurant. >> there was anything i could say or do to erase the situation or make her feel any better that would help out. >> reporter: kathryn burcham fox 25 news. >> jason: the restaurant owner tells fox 25 that his lawyer advised him to keep that employee on the job to avoid a potential wrongful lawsuit in case the accusations were charges have been filed. >> jason brewer: nice sun in the east, clouds in the west, makes for pink skies this morning. a chance for a shower this weekend, who gets the best shot straight ahead. >> reporter: mass. d.o.t. crews 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
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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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a few flakes flying around new hampshire, jason? >> jason brewer: a few of those tried to get along the sea coast and the north shore. but the air is dry. none of the observations confirming any flakes. but just the idea here of getting into that time of year. watching out for that more and more. temperatures in the 20s and 30s. it is a cold start to the day. frost on the windshield. and most spots. there's barnstable county under a frost advisory. plymouth, a mix of clouds and sun. temperatures climbing through the 40s this morning. upper 50s around lunch time hours. 7:00, falling back into the 40s. but not falling down tonight as cold as we are right now. the greater boston forecast. a stray sprinkle out there possible. good outdoor plans today. tomorrow, a chance for a shower coming up. >> jason: happening right now.
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crews working to tear down the old highland avenue bridge. >> heather: stephanie coueignoux is live in needham where this is happening. completely sections of highway shut down. but looks like things moving pretty nicely right now. >> reporter: yeah, good news for drivers out and about right now. take a look behind me, the traffic on the southbound lane running smoothly. the southbound lanes are open right now. what's the issue is, youan some of the construction equipment there, is on the other side, because the northbound lanes are the ones being closed right now. i do want to show you, though, sky fox video to give you a different perspective. we flew over this area yesterday. and you can see how widespread this construction zone is. so this is what you're going to need to know this weekend. if you're taking 128 today, the northbound lanes, they are already closed here around exit 19. starting at 6:00 tonight, that's
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the detours already in place, there are plenty of those bright neon orange signs to kind of help navigate you and there are also police officers here on hand as well. some people say their plan is to just avoid this area completely of course. not everyone can do that. and so some businesses say, that they're doing what they can to help drivers by giving out free donuts and free coffee. mass. d.o.t. says back ups during the heaviest points of the day could miles an hour. and 2 mile back up, i should say, you possibly could be going 2 miles an hour. the construction set to end tomorrow afternoon. in needham, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> heather: stephanie, thank you, boston police released a new photo of a suspect of an attempted kidnapping this morning. an underage girl reported a man approached her just before 6:30 on the morning of october 25th
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and brick ford street in roxbury. the man in the photo right here is believe connected to that crime. last seen jumping into a newer model white nissan sentra. >> jason: concerns about terrorist attacks are rising as election day draws near. this morning, potential threats being monitored in new york, virginia and texas. and the commonwealth is also ramping up security for next week's elections. mass. state police will have extra patrols out. the fbi in boston says it's discover potential threats. the important thing right now is that they say there are no credible specific threats. >> heather: this morning, the debate question over question 4 in massachusetts is heating up. governor baker announced stepping into the arena now and offering his opinion on whether to legalize recreational marijuana in the state. the governor is siding with police chief, specifically mentioning the newly released information about that wrong way crash in vermont last month.
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high levels of thp in his system when he hit and killed five teens on i89. >> the question itself on question 4 is 6,000 words long. it was written by the marijuana industry for the marijuana industry. it's a billion dollar industry. it's just dying to be able to commercialize its, product here in the commonwealth. >> heather: the police chiefs worry there's month reliable test drivers those believe in favor of legalizing marijuana, saves tax payers money and law enforcement time. maine is pulling out the refugees, governor pile lepage says he doesn't trust the government responsible to safely vet refugees. he cited the example of a refugee living in free port and went back to syria and died fighting for isis. he sent the president a letter yesterday says he no longer
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kind of short coming. texas and missouri have cut ties to the refugee resettlement program. >> jason: this morning, the state is investigating whether a local day care worker crossed a line and recorded children talking about hillary clinton and donald trump. it's been viewed more than 100,000 times and it was posted yesterday. why a teacher recorded it, erica ricci reports. >> you want to be the >> hillary clinton. >> reporter: they're preschool age and their comments about the presidential candidates are getting a rise by the woman behind the camera, like all kids, they keep going. it appears to go from a snapchat post from angelina grillo of norwood. we went to ask her about it. but no one came to the door. a short time later, a man identified by her father approached us upset by our presence.
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>> reporter: after a brief stint inside with angelina and he came out and answered questions on her behalf. >> did she say who made those statements in the classroom? >> it's been going on. she thought it was funny, thought it was cute. >> reporter: it's unclear what prompted the kids to begin the political talk. but mr. grillo adamant, it was not his daughter. she is one who posted the video, according to mr. grillo, that's according to a policy released i next center. we have policies that prohibit the use of cell phones and personal video taking of we follow our protocol should the policies be broken and currently completing an internal investigation and take appropriate actions with the person who posted this video on social media. we put the focus on age appropriate learning activities and implementation of curriculum. this type of activity is not appropriate. erica ricci fox 25 news. >> jason: the state department
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well. right now an gem lina grillo placed on paid leave. >> heather: the guilty verdicts in the bridge gate trial as two former officials linked to chris christie. the former staffers face conspiracy fraud and civil rights in connection with the closures on the george washington bridge. it took against a democratic mayor. and caused massive traffic problems. christy was never char now appeal. and boston police are getting a special thank you from the doctors who saved the lives of those officers shot in east boston three weeks ago. police commissioner bill evans presented dr. s george hamos and david king a special award on thursday. and thanked the entire mgh trauma team. they were the ones who saveded richard cintolo and matt morris, who were both brought to the
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at the time. this morning, both officers are out of the hospital and are recovering. >> jason: hopeful show up who they went to rent. the problem is the person they give their money to, isn't the landlord or the owner. the scam that's targeting local
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vo: ending funding for planned parenthood. taking away our right to choose. restricting our health care choices. this is senator kelly ayotte's record. 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.
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. >> heather: new york city mourning after a shoot out in the bronx. a man broke into an apartment with his estranged and 3-year-old son were. the man eventually left and police caught up with him a mile away. when officers approached he got out of his car and started shooting, killing one officer, hitting another officer in the leg. those officers returned fire, killing the suspect. the officer who died was a 19 year veteran of the depa children. the other officer is in stable condition this morning. >> jason: investigators uncovered a body on a farm in south carolina. one day after rescuing a woman chained up like a dog in a ship container. kala brown went missing two months ago after she was rescued police warning there could be other victims on that property. the man who owns the farm is a registered sex offender. arrested in connection with brown's abduction.
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that property is brown's boyfriend or some other victim. >> heather: now to a story found only on fox 25, a man who tried to rent his home in lynn reached out to fox 25 for helpful frank perez says someone copied his craigslist ad as part of an online scam. the scammer requesting cash up front and social security numbers. perez discovered the problem when people started showing up to look at the property. >> the other time that was posted was posted with the price that i posted the ad for. >> heather: perez says he contacted fox 25 to warn potential renters about similar scams. when he reached out to craigslist, though, he says he never heard back. however, both ads have since been removed from the website. well, samsung is dealing with another new recall this morning. this one unrelated, though, to the smartphone count down. coming up, the home appliance now being blamed for breaking someone's jaw.
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?? our neighborhood public schools. they are the bedrock of our communities. the place where 96% of our kids are educated. but even now, these local schools are losing more than 400 million dollars a year to privately-run charter schools. and if question 2 passes, it will only get worse. we can't let that happen. to protect our public schools and the right of all our kids to a quality education,
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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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>> jason: boston is shining a light on the dark and dusty corners of city. a bulk new grading system will make diners aware of how clean and healthy their restaurants are. elizabeth hopkins looks at that system. >> reporter: at pizza in dorchester, the grill and a swirl of sauce are all set against a gleaming back drop. this is the restaurant the city of boston chose to roll out its new restaurant grading system. that system is modelled after
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with an a, b, or c. the grade based on the restaurant's compliance with health code sanitation codes. >> working very well. but it's about public awareness. >> reporter: for example, patrons to stashes, would be unaware that this restaurant has critical code violations that risked illness as recently as october. this report on the city's website reveal problems of varying severity of the p years. mayor marty walsh says the public display of a letter grade puts pressure on businesses to comply quickly. he says that's what happened in other cities that have the system in place. >> new york implemented this program six years ago at that point, 58 -- 50% of the businesses were getting an a grade. over six years later, 85% of the businesses are getting as in new york city. >> reporter: in boston those grades will be based on the health codes already in place. inspectors will continue to work
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eliminate violations and earn the highest grade as they did with the managers of stashes. >> you get to hand out the first certificate to stashes pizza and they have an a. >> yea. [ applause ]. >> reporter: elizabeth hopkins, fox 25 news. >> jason: that pizza looks good. the first year of the new program of the restaurants will not be required to post their grade. although city inspectors believe restaurants will quickly post their a grades urging diners to >> heather: this morning, samsung reporting a new product that has reported to cause injuries including a broken jaw. they are recalling 3 million top load washing machines like the ones seen here. the top of the machine could fly out. there are a few things you might want to look into if you own one of these washers all of that information is on our website, fox25boston.com. >> jason: five more drinking fountains in quincy schools have
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lead levels. all fountains shut down now and sinks have signs only to be used for hand washing. cities and fountains will be fixed sometime within the next few months. >> heather: all right. jason. you know i like the warm weather. so shuttered a little bit when you saw some snow at paez air force base. >> jason brewer: those are the official spots and the air is dry a lot of it getting eaten u but they did in fact report some light snow. i'm a snow lover, as you know. i get excited about it. sarah, our producer, no! she lives in new hampshire. she's not excited about any of this here. most of this drying up before it gets down. the chance for any of those flakes going off of the coast right now. there's the air force base right there, that's the observation i found with the little to light snow reported.
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you get a nice mix there with color in the sky. this is the boston common fire ball. gloucester thanks for shooting this over. fox 25 news, bright oranges in the sky. jane coming in here, another beautiful sunrise, thanks for tweeting that over to me. 38 degrees in boston. you see those clouds, but the sun off of the buildings as well. winds are calm. so i don't have a wind chill. the wind chill matching the temperature instead. numbers i like to show this when you have a big temperature swing. 10, 15 degrees colder this morning. lighter winds, certainly taller. and accordingly, right now a frost advisory in barnstable county. bourne and falmouth both at 28 degrees, abbington, norwood, millis, all in the mid and upper 20s. maynard at 29 degrees. woburn malden, 30, 32. in most spots freezing even the
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hopkinton reporting a 35, 36 degrees. boston today, how about 40 degrees by 9:00 a.m. we're melting away the frost. getting up to 50 or so around noontime. continue to climb up to the middle 50s from there. watch what happens after sunset tonight. not as quick of a drop. going to have a little more cloud cover around. that's going to limit how fast we fall tonight. so high temperatures into worcester county, running 50 to elevations. lower and middle 50s cape cod. planning your evening tonight. maybe turning the clocks back. 45, 50 degrees. so it will be cool but cold. waking up in the morning, upper 30s and lower 40s. chance of a shower. the best chance tomorrow, eastern mass.
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east coast. and behind it, we'll get that one or two shower chances coming in along the cape cod area, due to ocean affect showers. really, the rain fall very limited. i do want to mention through tomorrow morning, really not much on the map. but during the afternoon tomorrow, inside of 495, that's where you see a few .01s of an inch of rain. here's the seven-day forecast with the weekend always in view. 50s for the weekend and then cooler in the mornings, monday and tuesday morning, it's a freezing start. but election another chance for a shower on wednesday. as we get to the end of the week, there's veterans day, only 10% shower risk. seasonable out there. back to you. >> heather: all right. thank you. customer billed for cell phone data as they sleep. >> were you streaming videos at 1:00, 2:00 in the morning? >> nope. >> heather: "fox 25 investigates" uncovers the hole >> heather: "fox 25 investigates" uncovers the hole in the networks that massachusetts has many great public schools, and we took it for granted
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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 vote yes on question 2. every time a new charter opens,
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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 education, vote no on question two. i'm maggie hassan, and new hampshire has a very clear choice: do we keep going with a senator who repeatedly votes with the corporate special interests... or a new senator who sides with the people of new hampshire? my focus has always been on creating opportunity for working families: making college and job training more affordable.
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to make her own health care decisions. these are my priorities, why i approve this message... and why i respectfully ask
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poor in for big papi. jet blue airlines just announced it's renaming gate 24 in the sluggers name. raised a glass to the one and only ortiz with a limited edition beer called big hoppy. cheers only 541 bottles available yesterday. so beer lovers and big papi fans alike gathered an waited in line all day friday to get their hands on the special tribute. by the way all of the bottle only 541, you would think they would sell out. >> heather: the you cubs they broke out a 108 port bottle wine, kind of the same thing. >> jason: a great day for baseball this week. >> heather: it was. drawing near now that world series is under our belt. two candidates hitting the trails hard in their home state. the affect new hampshire will
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hill. >> jason: i'll show you who has a better chance for a shower tomorrow coming up. >> jason: plus in this is what anyone would see driving arou 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. vo: ending funding for planned parenthood. taking away our right to choose. restricting our health care choices. this is senator kelly ayotte's record. 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.
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woman 2: voters definitely cannot trust kelly ayotte. vo: senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. when you're raised by a single mom, you learn how important it is to live within your means. i'm colin van ostern, and i took that lesson to my work in business, and it's how i'll stand up for you as governor. by cutting inefficient spending and using innovation to save tax dollars, we'll make new investments without a sales or income tax. to create clean energy jobs, ealth care, and lower college costs and cut student debt. as governor,
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>> jason brewer: tracking a few flakes in northern new england now.
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this weekend. >> reporter: construction already under way here along 128 as crews tearing down an old bridge. live this morning with detours drivers will see this weekend. >> jason: plus a falmouth man accused of throwing heroin into these officers faces, it's what's in the heroin that has them looking into charging that man with attempted murder. >> heather: and it's an all out battle for the swing states. the changing ties in voter support with just three days until our next picked. >> complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is fox 25 morning news. >> heather: happy saturday, everyone. thanks so much for waking up with fox 25 morning news. it is 8:00 a.m. on november 5th. i'm heather hegedus. >> jason: and i'm jason law. we're dealing with a cold and frosty start to the weekend. the temperatures rising a little bit as the sun goes up in the sky. fox 25 meteorologist jason brewer in the storm tracker weather center right now with the areas that saw flakes this
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england. we've had one or two reported. moving off of the coast now, though. a dry day overall, one or two flakes can't be ruled out early this morning. 20s and 30s out there to start the day. we have a frost advisory for cape cod. that's still 10:00 a.m. worcester, going to be warming up gradually today. a mix of clouds and sun. although a fairly cloudy start. you'll be giving way to temperatures around 50 degrees toward this afternn. a stray sprinkle nothing to be changing plans over. a better chance to see tomorrow, show you the best risk for that coming up. >> jason: if you're heading out the door, you can expect delays along 128 as work continues to tear down highland avenue bridge. >> heather: detours were in place last night, and will continue throughout the weekend. fox 25 stephanie coueignoux is live in needham this morning in the center of where it's all happening. with an update on the progress and how is it going on the roads
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to be the bearer of some good news, heather and jason. everything is running smoothly. take a look behind me, you can see the big pile of rock out there. this is the construction zone. you can see to the left of it, the line of cars getting back on to 95 northbound. all of those cars, that's part of the detour. so, again, you'll have to go around the closure, you'll have to go right back on the highway using the on-ramp. again, so far, so good. however, the d.o.t. is saying at the height of all of two miles today. again, northbound lanes of 128, we've already closed here at exit 19. and starting at 6:00 tonight. the crews will close the southbound side as well to continue tearing down one section of the old highland avenue bridge. if you usually take this route, you are, again, going to be detoured around this construction. there are going to be signs, there are going to be police officers on hand to helpful again, mass. d.o.t. is just suggesting that you give
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navigate around this new area. meantime, we did speak with local businesses who are set up along this road. some folks actually say that the newer detours have led to a boost in business. >> just right out here, which causes a lot of people to see us and hey, we better get gas now. >> reporter: mass. d.o.t. says the project is supposed to be done by tomorrow afternoon. and coming back here live. right behind me, still up and running right now. those roads will be closed later on tonight. all of this happening in stages. we put all of those stages on oub our website, fox25boston.com. in needham, stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> jason: we'll look at that timeline for this weekend. all this going on at exit 19. right now the northbound side is closed. that closure will continue until 6:00 tonight. with the southbound side being shut down at that point too.
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tomorrow afternoon. and mass. d.o.t. says the entire project should wrap up by sunday afternoon. >> heather: developing this morning, police in billerica looking for a man accused. dragging an officer 15 feet with his car. this is in a rite aid parking lot on boston road. police say eric oblenis sitting in a van possibly shooting drugs into his harm at the time. when police is accused of throwing the needle on the ground and hitting the police officer as he backed up to try to get away. fortunately, the officer was not badly hurt but police say oblenis got away again. he's driving a green dodge caravan with rhode island place. he's now facing assault and battery with a dangerous weapon charges and operating to endanger charges. >> jason: a falmouth man in custody this weekend accused of throwing heroin at police. the man facing multiple charges
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fox 25 spoke with a police officer who says the attempted murder charge should never have been filed in the first place. >> reporter: e.m.t.s wheel the suspect into an ambulance. he and two falmouth police officers rushed to the hospital for exposure to drugs. police say russell pena, the subject of a heroin and cocaine investigation, struggled with officers, pulled a bag of what appeared to be heroin from his pants, ripped it open, and then threw it at the officers. michael lopes, pena was arrested for multiple offenses including two counts of attempted murder. ultimately at pena's arraignment, the attempted murder charges were dropped. tom nolan, 27 year boston police veteran and merrimack criminology professor says there's a good reason for that. >> there's no prosecutor able to obtain a guilty conviction in a situation like this. >> reporter: nolan says filing attempted murder charges for throwing heroin at police is unheard of. >> these kinds of charges, and i
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frivolous and ridiculous and an abuse of authority under mines the public confidence that people have or need to have and should have in the police. >> reporter: but falmouth police say pena is known to cut his heroin with fentanyl. they tell fox 25 in a statement, heroin, particularly if it is combined with fentanyl, are both dangerous substances and could have seriously harmed or killed the officers if they had overdosed as a result of this incident. police sent us a link to dea detectives story of their dangerous exposure. >> puffed up into the air right into our face and we ended up inhaling it. >> i felt like my body was shutting down. people around me say that i looked really white and lost color. and it just really felt like -- i thought that was it. i thought i was dying. >> jason: scary. both falmouth officers were treated and released from the hospital this weekend.
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bail. >> heather: three days out from election day now. and new reuters poll shows hillary clinton still keeping her advantage on the national playing field. 44% of likely voters say they support clinton while only 39% plan on backing trump. both clinton and trump making final push for votes this weekend. trump hopping around the country today, visiting florida, north carolina, nevada, and colorado. while clinton takes on florida and sends her surrogates to the other battle fox 25 mark ockerbloom reports that each candidate is hoping to swing last minute votes in their favor. >> with just one weekend left to get their messages out, republican nominee donald trump is gaining on democratic challenger hillary clinton. while clinton is still holding a clear lead, the race has tighten understand the final two weeks. the latest map shows four states shifted all in trump's favor. >> have you been seeing what's happening with those polls? they're like rocket ships. >> reporter: maine's second congressional district, ohio,
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they'll shift from battle ground to lean republican. and new hampshire, once thought to lean democrat looks like it might turn red this election. with those votes, clinton drops below the 270 vote needed to clinch the nomination on tuesday. there are several states like arizona, florida, and north carolina that are still very much up for grabs. both parties focussing their efforts there in the final days. the democrats hoping that the latest job reports showing work in their favor. >> we've got some good news this morning, our economy created a 161,000 jobs last month. that is -- that is 73 straight months of job growth. and i believe that our economy is poised to really take off and thrive. >> heather: that was mark
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the election. right now polls there put them in a tie. clinton will be back tomorrow. trump returns monday. and both candidates will be holding events in manchester. >> jason: and on election night, the country will be watching for what happens in new hampshire because the hotly contested senate race will decide who remains in power on capitol hill. new hampshire governor maggi hassan is trying to unseat republican senator kelly ayotte. down the final stretch of the campaign the candidates out on the streets meeting voters race is a toss up. if hassan wins the street, democrats have a good chance of recapturing control of the u.s. senate. stick with fox 25 right now through election night. we'll have results as they roll in tuesday evening. our special coverage begins with our 4:00 p.m. news cast and continues throughout the night. >> heather: new this morning, an investigation underway in seekonk after a driver tried to get away from police. around 9:00 last night. police tried to stop the car on
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off and the car ended up hitting another car before the driver eventually lost control and hit a utility poll near pleasant street. took crews about 20 minutes to get that driver out. drivers now being treated at the hospital. police are still investigating why the driver was trying to get away in the first place. there are still a lot of unanswered questions about a deadly crash that happened along 128 south in waltham this week. this was the scene thursday night. early friday morning. after a person walking in the middle of the highway was hit by this was right near exit 26. just about 10:30 thursday night. police say they don't know why the person was walk manage the road. and did not find any vehicles nearby that could've belonged to that person. the person's name hasn't been released. >> jason: a shooting investigation underway in manchester new hampshire. happened just before 2:30 this morning. a man was found on am morey street. the suspect was shot as they tried to get away.
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inside. both hospitalized this morning and working to find out their conditions. police made two arrests in connection with the shootings so far the motive unclear. >> heather: a day care worker off the job and under investigation after this video surfaces online. >> who do you want to be the president? >> donald trump. >> who is a liar? >> hillary clinton. >> heather: it's actually not related to politics that has the worker landed in hot water now, we'll explain. >> jason: plus customers billed sleep. and next, as "fox 25 investigates" uncovers all of those fees you could be paying for data you never used.
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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. r new hampshire anymore. vo: senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. ?? our neighborhood public schools. they are the bedrock of our communities. the place where 96% of our kids are educated. but even now, these local schools are losing more than 400 million dollars a year to privately-run charter schools. and if question 2 passes,
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videos that never actually play. "fox 25 investigates" has been looking into that spike in mystery data since july and we found the fcc has received numerous complaints in recent months. videos, e-mails, game, every kilobyte comes at a cost. >> we're paying more and more and more. >> reporter: heather and tim renault couldn't make sense of their cell phone bill over the summer. it cost them as much as $50 extra a >> at 12:31, my husband pulled 170,000 kilo bites. >> reporter: that wasn't the only one. >> you can see the progression through the months. >> reporter: the renaults kept going over their data usage: are you streaming videos at 1:00, 2:00 in the morning? >> nope. >> playing lots of games. >> nope. >> hit facebook in the middle of the night? >> no. >> reporter: and they say their
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data. how to stop all of that data, their cell phone company first told them to replace their iphones, but the charges kept coming even after their new phones were off. >> maybe there was a glitch. maybe -- if something that would explain why we went through almost double our normal amount of data. and what i got was a lot of finger pointing at me, finger pointing at apple. incomplete lack of accountability. >> reporter: not an isolated incident and not just a problem with obtained by "fox 25 investigates." complaints to the fcc that mention data overages dumped more than 800% in the last three years. >> you must use charger -- for stuff you never use. >> reporter: researcher sun yi young, she spoke to fox 25 at her office at ohio state university, even when there's no foul play, young says customers
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>> the network could chew your phone, if data get lost, on the path from worker to user, you will still be charged. >> reporter: you mean to tell me if i'm trying to watch a video and that little wheel spinning i'm already being charged for that data. >> this is definitely true. >> very little regulation on cell phones. >> reporter: former secretary of consumer affairs barbara anthony points out the fcc doesn't regulate contracts between cell ph customers. >> there's a good question whether anybody is watching out for the consumer except for the consumer. >> reporter: the renaults stayed hours on the phone with their provider eventually got them a refund but they never got an explanation. >> we're facing an uphill battle to prove to them that we're not up all night streaming videos instead of being on our wi-fi or sleeping. they put that on us. >> reporter: we contacted at&t about the renaults a
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inconvenience and said the company stopped charging all customers for data overages, t-mobile says it's been doing that for a while. says it takes customer security seriously. for "fox 25 investigates," i'm eric rasmussen. >> jason: oh, this is a wonderful weekend. especially if you're like us, and you have to wake up at 2:00, 3:00 in the morning. because everybody gains an hour of sleep. i see the clock rolling backwards. >> one exception of that. re >> and little kids don't seem to pick up on all of the daylight savings. >> jason: time change can be a bit of a turn. >> jason: a good thing. >> jason brewer: it is a good thing. >> jason: a reminder to everybody to roll back at 2:00 a.m. >> jason brewer: yeah, 2:00 a.m. last year, i trusted my phone. >> heather: we have to get him an alarm clock. sometimes old fashion is best, jason.
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let me show you some of these -- in fact, we did have a photo coming in of the hot air balloon over attleboro. from ralph sending it to us, cool with the clouds in the distance. bob, our weather watcher there. nice sunrise, check this out, ipswich, a few snowflakes made it down to the car here. of course we had frost as well. if you've been following along with us, i've been talking about the snow showers in pease air force base reported some snow. the boston common. the fire ball over the common with the beautiful sunrise, now, just a cloud, sun mix for the day. cloudier skies to the north and west, brighter skies to the south and east. there go the snow showers, they've moved off shore now. not any amount of accumulation. there's the radar imagery, showing the cold enough --39 right now.
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just a light westerly flow. temperatures colder this morning compared to yesterday. really feeling that mist in the air. 15 to 20 degrees colder in a lot of spots. temperaturewise, freezing conditions, falmouth, bourne, plymouth, new marshfield, frost advisory continues for cape cod until 10:00 a.m. 39 in boston. but westward, colder as usual. upper 20s and 30s and frost to start the day on the windshield. 33 in worcester new ipswich in new hampshire at 34, just above freezing. go to worcester, our forecast today, how about upper 30s by 10:00 in the morning. we do climb up near 50 degrees for that afternoon high. a little bit below normal for this time of the year, but not much. not as cold tonight. we'll have more clouds around, keeping the temperatures insulated. there are your high temperatures marlboro, all of the middle 50s.
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for the cape and islands, you can expect temperatures climbing above the 50 degree mark there. now, let's go to future cast as we plan our evening tonight. not as cool but still need a jacket. setting the clocks back tomorrow morning, our sunrise closer to 6:30. so by 7:00 a.m., low temperatures upper 30s and middle 40s. just a slight chance of a light shower. but the better chance of a shower tomorrow eastern mass. it's going to be cape cod, that has a better chance of one of the ocean showers to affect you for the afternoon. seven-day forecast with the weekend always in view, 20% sprinkle today, 30% tomorrow. monday is dry. a few coastal clouds and some cold mornings ahead. look at election day, 60 degrees, a new front wednesday could mean a slight chance for a shower then. back to you. >> jason: a pair of doctors being recognized for their life saving work. we'll tell you the special honor just presented to them from boston police.
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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.
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>> reporter: that mother who asked not to be identified, told us, they immediately called police, who matched the phone to a cook in the kitchen named edward montoya. officers charged him with misconduct but he never showed for his arraignment in court. police say he fled to his home country of guatemala.
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responsible for this. >> reporter: she wanted an apology who allowed montoya to keep working after the incident. >> i've left numerous messages for the owner of the restaurant. he has not returned any of my phone calls. >> i don't want our silence to be misconstrued as not caring. >> reporter: in a pickle owner tim burke says his lawyer advised him to have no contact with victim's family. but s his restaurants. >> there wasn't anything i could say or do to erase the situation or make her feel better that would help out. >> reporter: kathryn burcham fox 25 news. >> jason: advised his employee on the job to avoid a wrongful termination lawsuit in case the accusations were unfounded. police still looking at the phone for more evidence and more charges could be trialed. >> jason brewer: right now
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a better chance for a rain shower coming up tomorrow. the best chance of that straight ahead. >> reporter: mass. d.o.t. crews are tearing down an 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 tend a charter school. if you believe every child deserves a great public
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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. you can do anything. by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. 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.
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. i'm maggie hassan, and new hampshire has a very clear choice: do we keep going with a senator who repeatedly votes with the corporate special interests... or a new senator who sides with the people of new hampshire? my focus has always been on creating opportunity for working families: making college and job training more affordable. lowering prescription drug costs. and always protecting a woman's right to make her own health care decisions. these are my priorities, why i approve this message... and why i respectfully ask for your vote. complete new england news coverage continues right now. this is fox 25 morning news. >> heather: good saturday
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it looks awesome out there. this is the boston skyline of course. a couple of pretty clouds in the sky there. but it is a chilly start out there as well. it's 8:30 on november 5th. welcome back everybody. good morning, this is the last morning of the sunrise, it's going to be so late. 7:23 we roll back the clock tonight. get the extra hour of sleep. let's check in with jason brewer. good morning, jason. >> jason brewer: good morning, tracking dry skies right now, a few light snow showers or even pellets of small hail, came across earlier this morning. temperatures in the upper 30s and lower 40s. cape cod protecting the plants last night. hopefully watching kevin late last night. telling you about that. temperatures seasonable. mostly sunny skies south and east. a little cloudier north and west. still expect mid 50s across the boston area. more on the rain chance for tomorrow and who gets the best
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weekend. for some rain straight ahead. >> heads up heading out the door right now. detours in place, and delays expected along 128 this morning. crews working right now to tear down the old highland avenue bridge. >> heather: how will it affect everyone this weekend. fox 25 stephanie coueignoux is live along 128. and there are entire section of the highway completely shut down to traffic. in fact, those closures already started, stephanie. >> reporter: yeah, and you know what ? traffic at this hour starting to pickp. we're on the southbound side of 128. i'm actually going to have my photographer zoom in to one section of the bridge. the part of the old highland bridge they're going to be tearing down tomorrow. the other mirror image on the other side of 128 that is what they're tearing down right now. that is what all of the construction and detours are about. i do want to show you video from sky fox. this is when we flew over the
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perspective of how widespread this area is. if you're headed out, if you usually take 128 over the weekend, you are going to have to kind of just plan your trip a little bit differently. again, the northbound lanes have already closed around exit 19. at 6:00 tonight, that's when the southbound lanes are going to close. so detours already in place this morning. there are those very big orange neon signs to help you navigate. police officers are also here to some people they say are just going to avoid this area completely. other drivers, of course, that's just not realistic. and some businesses told us that they're doing what they can to help make it a little easier for drivers. >> everybody coming in here is anticipating things are going to be horrible. we don't think it's going to be so bad. in fact, we're getting donut, coffees, and balloons, so if somebody is stuck outside for five minutes in their car, they'll come in here and browse.
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the trifecta, donuts, coffee, and balloons. mass. d.o.t. says when the traffic is at the worse, they could see up to two miles back up. again, just anticipate that, if you are planning your day around 128. construction, may be some good news, they're set to finish tomorrow afternoon. in needham, stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> heather: stephanie, thank you. to other news, boston police released a new photo of a suspected connected to an attempted kidnapping. an underage girl reported a man approached here before 6:30 on october 25th on the area of blue hill avenue in roxbury. the man in the photo believed to be connected to the crime. last seen jumping into a newer model white nissan sentra. >> jason: concerns over a potential terrorist attack are arising as election day draws closer. this morning, potential threats are being monitored in new york, virginia and texas.
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election. mass. state police will have extra patrols out and the fbi in boston says it's actively working to uncover and disrupt any potential threats. but the important thing right now is to know there are no specific credible threats. >> heather: this morning, the debate over question 4 in massachusetts is heating up. governor charlie baker now stepping into the arena and offering his opinion on legalizing recreational marijuana in the state. the governor is siding with police chief specifically information about a wrong way crash in vermont last month that shows the driver involved had high levels of thc in his system when he hit and killed five teens on i89. >> the question itself on question 4 is 6,000 words long, it was written by the marijuana industry for the marijuana industry. it's a billion dollar industry that's just dying to be able to commercialize its product here in the commonwealth.
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drivers high on pot. so they'll be limited in controlling drugged driving. those in favor of question four believes that legalized marijuana saves law enforcement time and saves tax payers money. >> jason: this morning, the state is investigating whether a local day care worker crossed the line when she recorded children chanting about hillary clinton and donald trump. the video taken yesterday and already viewed more than 100,000 times. fox 25 taught the children the political speech and why a teacher recorded it. >> who do you want to be the president? >> donald trump. >> who is a liar? >> hillary clinton. >> reporter: the children are preschool aged. their comments about the presidential candidates are getting a rise by the woman mind the camera. like all kids, they keep going. >> hillary clinton is a liar. >> reporter: the video appears to come from a snapchat post of angelina grillo of norwood. well went to ask her about it.
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a short time later, a man who identified himself as her father approached us upset by our presence. >> you should probably leave because you're not going to get anything. >> reporter: after a brief stint inside with angelina he came out and answered questions on her behalf. >> did angelina say what made them start saying that in the classroom. >> it's been going on, she thought it was funny. thought it was cute. >> reporter: it's unclear what began the political talk. but not his daughter. >> she's definitely not the one who started that. >> reporter: children's center, say, quote, we have policies that prohibit the use of personal cell phones and personal video taking. we follow our protocol should these policies be broken and currently completing an internal investigation and will take appropriate actions with the teacher who posted this video on social media. we place focus on age appropriate learning activities
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this type of activity is not appropriate. erica ricci fox 25 news. >> jason: this weekend, grillo is on paid leave and the school notifying the parents of those kids who were recorded. the state department of early childhood education and children will take action as necessary against the program and any involved staff as warranted. >> heather: boston police giving a special thank you to the doctors who saved the lives of two police officers who shot in east boston two weeks award on thursday and thanked the entire mgh trauma team. they were the ones who saved officers richard cintolo and mat morris both shot multiple times
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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
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vo: ending funding for planned parenthood. taking away our right to choose. restricting our health care choices. this is senator kelly ayotte's record. 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. 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. >> heather: welcome back. new york city is mourning after a police sergeant killed in a bronx yesterday. it started with a man breaking
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wife and three-year-old son. police ended up tracking him down nearby. that's when the man opened fire. one officer killed, another hit in the leg. the suspected person was also -- the suspect was also killed in the shoot out. the officer who died was a 19 year veteran of thetent and married with two young children. the other officer in stable condition this morning. >> investigators uncovered a body at a f carolina, one day after a woman found in a shipping container chained up like a dog. after the rescue, she warned police there could be other victims on that property. about 100 acres. the man who owned the farm, a registered sex offender and charged in connection with the brown's abduction. no word on whether the body was brown's boyfriend or another victim. >> heather: a land owner in lynn tried to reach out to fox 25 for help.
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his craigslist ad as part of an online scam. the scammer requesting cash up front and people's social security numbers. perez discovered the problem of people starting to checkup to check out the property. >> the other time that was posted was posted with half of the price that i posted the ad for. >> heather: perez says he contacted fox 25 because he wants to warn other potential renters about similar scams out there. when he reached out to by the way, he says he never heard back. but since, both ads have been removed from the website. samsung dealing with a new recalling this morning unrelated to the smartphone melt down, coming up, the home appliance being blamed for breaking someone's jaw. >> jason: plus barriers up at the new construction site in everett making it difficult for
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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. he's going like "i don't remember!? 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.
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>> jason: right now, progress continues at the new casino being built in everett. only on fox 25 getting a look behind the construction site. fox 25 blair miller takes us behind the scenes. >> reporter: this is how most op board with the president of the property to see the progress. >> we're currently finishing off the foundation work on the site. we're wanting to establish a firm footprint for the building. >> reporter: that footprint spans 13 acres. this right here the entrance to the hotel building and casino. this is when the hotel will face, the boston skyline, the river. >> the hotel structure would be where? >> would be on your right-hand side.
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stories. >> reporter: they're still tweaking the design on the inside of the building. we also obtained these new pictures not released that give more detail on what the 2.1 billion dollar project will look like. from the lobby to the rooms overlooking the city, to the main casino that will have a grand staircase. after months of public legal wrang blink with somerville, de-salvo says the relationship has simmered do. and in a good relationship with somerville. >> reporter: de-salvo says the biggest focus now the jobs. 2300 people work on the site now, even after that, there will be 4,000 permanent jobs. >> for us, all about getting people to work and get up and running. we can't wait to show of wynn boston harbor to our guests. >> reporter: we're told he calls the office about once a week.
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building and likes to have a hands on approach. i'm blair miller, fox 25 news. >> heather: this morning, samsung calling another product that's reported causing a broken jaw, including other injuries. the top of the washing machines could fly off. if you have one of these washers, there's a couple of options to look at. we have all of that information on our website, fox25boston.com. >> jason: five more drinking fountains in quincy tested positive for high lead levels. all of the fountains have been shut down and the sings have signs saying it should only be used for hand washing. the sinks and fountains will be fixed sometime in the next few months. >> heather: shining light on some of the crew members not normally seen on the roads. the mass. d.o.t. dive team spends a lot of time working on the roads from under water.
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even making repairs. mass. d.o.t. says the divers are there to make sure that every part of a bridge is safe. >> so this is really very special group of people who have taken the time to become experts both in diving and in bridge inspection. >> heather: divers mainly work on bridges on state highways. they are work to go expand the program. they're working on a grant to expand it >> all right. let's check out some of the viewer photos coming in. this one from kiko here in quincy. she says there's white stuff coming from the sky landed down on the ground. can you barely see it in the photos. but little tiny pellets. that's some soft hail, snow pellets best way to describe it. ipswich too. this picture from dr. shaws there, easier to see on the
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frost on the ground. bob sending that in from essex county. a look at the radar, brief snow pellet showers coming by in plymouth county and bristol county. what's going on? this disturbance in the upper atmosphere, that twisting motion right there, that's enough lift in the atmosphere to allow this process to happen. we just have super cool water getting on to the snowflakes and being held up long enough to where you get layers kind ofa cool water forming soft tails of snow pellets if you will. right now 39 degrees, partly cloudy skies. no wind so the wind chill matchs the temperature. we're running a good 15, 10 degrees colder than yesterday at this time. in a lot of spots. we still have a frost advisory for cape cod low and mid 30s in a lot of locations. 38 in nantucket right now. new bedford at 28 degrees. and 38 in waltham.
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shrewsbury 20s and 30s. depends on where you are going. most spots will be classified as chilly. a look at boston, temperatures climbing up to 55 by noon today. then slowly coming down after dark, not a big drop like we saw last night. more clouds around and little more wind ahead of the front coming in. our night tonight not as cold. worcester, auburn and middle 50s. the lower elevations, a little bit higher. topsfield and ipswich checking in the mid 50s and dover as well. wellesley, barnstable, after the frosty start, running in the 50s there as well. future cast, see those clouds over n the evening. still a nice sunset for the south and eastern portion of the area ahead. then we set our clocks back overnight tonight. so as we're getting that extra hour of sleep, you're waking up tomorrow morning with the
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and we'll be seeing temperatures in the upper 30s and the lower 40s to begin the day. just a slight risk of a shower. but i think the best chance will be along the coast over to cape cod, possibly the islands. we're going to have that north and northwesterly wind flow. if it changes a little out of the northeast, a couple of the showers could get back closer to 495 corridor. but here's a look at the rain fall. we could expect nothing measurable through tonight and very little measurable rain fall through tomorrow few .01s of an inch. there's your seven-day forecast. on monday, cold in morning, but then to 53 in the afternoon. election day, sunny and chilly after a chilly start. wednesday a slight risk of a shower. back to you. >> [ sirens sounding ]. >> heather: high speed pursuits are one of the riskiest things police officers have to do. now officers may not have to
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and working really hard with your community to get things done. and she made it possible for ben and for me to have a family just like any other family. that's part of the reason that she got involved in public service, because that's what's in her heart... and mom's still that way today. i'm maggie hassan and i approve this message. discover card. i'm maggie hassan i'm not a customer, but i'm calling about that credit scorecard. give it. sure! it's free for everyone. oh! well that's nice! and checking your score won't hurt your credit. oh! i'm so proud of you. free at at discover.com/creditscorecard, even if you're not a customer. 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.
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>> reporter: it still sings when it happens. the red sox lose their bench coach. now they're looking to replace tory lavelle low. the first feel around the league, he is more than ready. a stand up guy and smart guy, certainly missed by the red sox organization, that is for sure. if he and mike hazen have their way, a day like this will happen in arizona sometime in the near future. i'm willing to bet it will
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the last time the cubs seen a world series championship. it celebrated a championship, more than a century in the making. the royals last year, and cubs this year, baseball is an interesting thing isn't it? the home team ready to play, milton evened the score. eddie haskell with the touchdown. trevor newspaperman, 12 yards away made it from there, the michael lefronds show. the clippers won big. 53-19 was your final score. lefronds scores six touchdowns. they will play westwood next week. the playoffs continue today. unveil week 10 game of the week candidates tomorrow when we know who is playing who in the playoffs. tom leydon, fox 25 sports.
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away. right now candidates hitting the trails very hard in their home states. >> heather: the race in new hampshire could have a big impact on capitol hill. we'll take you out to that. >> jason brewer: a cold start to your saturday. a few snow pellets reported. pictures coming as well as a look at a better chance for a shower sunday straight ahead. >> joanne: she's not fooling me. britt: kelly ayotte sides with the special interests. vivian: now, she's even playing politic games with medicare.
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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 for the content of this advertising. ?? our neighborhood public schools. they are the bedrock of our communities. the place where 96% of our kids are educated. but even now, these local schools are losing more than 400 million dollars a year to privately-run charter schools. and if question 2 passes, it will only get worse. we can't let that happen. to protect our public schools and the right of all our kids to a quality education, vote no on question 2. hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady
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. >> jason brewer: a cold start to your weekend. i'll show you who has the best chance of seeing a rain shower coming up. >> reporter: construction already underway here along 128 as crews are tearing down an old bridge. we're live this morning with the detours drivers will see this weekend. >> jason: plus a falmouth man accused of throwing heroin into police officers faces. it's what was in the heroin that have charge that man with attempted murder. >> heather: and it's an all out battle for the swing states. the changing times in voter support with just three days until our next president is picked. >> complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is fox 25 morning news. >> heather: it's about 9:00 on the dot. happy saturday, everybody. thanks for watching fox 25 morning news. it's november 5th. i'm heather hegedus. >> jason: and i'm jason law. good morning, everybody.
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the weekend. we've officially gotten out of the 30s this morning. we're now in the low 40s still at this 9:00 hour. and i'm hearing jason brewer say something about snow pellets out there this morning? >> jason brewer: yeah, light snow reported in new hampshire. i've got pictures coming up of snow pellets coming across. can't rule that out. most of these coming off shore in the next half hour. 41 i still a frost advisory on cape cod the next hour frost will melt away. 51 degrees at 1:00 p.m. and heading into the afternoon, hold it in the upper forecast. i do expect highs in the lower to middle 50s around the greater boston area. a little bit below normal. but still seasonable under partly cloudy skies. tomorrow, a better risk for a shower, i've got that for you straight ahead. >> jason brewer: all right. if you're heading out this
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delays along route 128 work continues to tear down the old highland avenue bridge. >> heather: fox 25 stephanie coueignoux is live for us in needham where it's all happening this morning with an update on how it's going out there, stef. >> reporter: we are seeing a lot more drivers here on the road. this surrounding exit 19 on 128. taking a look. you can see a line of cars getting on to 128. and this is part of that detour. because, lanes section around exit 19, that's closed. and so all of these cars right now are being diverted and going back on to 128, you can see that it's smooth sailing. but, again, as traffic begins to pick up. mass. d.o.t. could see back ups up to two miles long. something to keep in mind as you head out today. the northbound lanes of 128 already closed. starting at 6:00 tonight. that's when crews will close the
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old highland avenue bridge. if you take this route, you are going to be detoured around the construction. there are already signs. just to let you know where you need to go. police officers are also stationed at various points. so they'll be able to help you out. but it could be a little bit tricky. so definitely a good idea just to give yourself a little bit of extra time. in the meantime, some local businesses are making the most out of it. especially the business here along the busy stretch of some folks, actually tell us the detours actually led to a boost in their business. >> came just right out here. which causes a lot of people to see us and hey, better get gas now. >> reporter: so this is expected to end tomorrow afternoon. of course, depending on the weather, that could definitely change. but, again, these closures, they're coming in stages. the first one already in place. the second one starting at 6:00, we put a list of all of the
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in needham, stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> heather: thank you. developing this morning, police in billerica looking for a man accused of dragging a police officer 15 feet with his car. it happened in a rite aid parking lot. eric oblenis was sitting in a van on boston road possibly shooting drugs into his arm. he was seen with this man, seen in a surveillance video, and when police approached, oblenis is accused of throwing the needle on the ground and hitting the police officer as he fortunately, the officer was not badly hurt. but police say oblenis was driving is a green dodge caravan right now with rhode island place. he's facing assault and battery with dangerous weapon charges and operating to endanger charges. >> jason: a falmouth man remains in custody this weekend accused of throwing heroin at police. the man facing multiple charges right now but an attempted murder charge has been thrown out. fox 25 spoke with a former police officer who says the attempted murder charge should
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>> reporter: e.m.t.s wheel the suspect into an ambulance. he and two falmouth police officers rush to the hospital for exposure to drugs. police say russell pena, the suspect of a heroin and cocaine investigation, struggled with officers, pulled a bag of what appeared to be heroin from his pants, ripped it open and then threw it at the officers. michael lopes, pena's passenger, was arrested on drug charge offenses including two attempted murder charges. at the arraignment, the attempted murder charges dropped. the professor says there's a good reason for that. >> reporter: there's no prosecutor to obtain a guilty conviction in a situation like this. >> reporter: nolan says filing attempted murder charges for throwing heroin at police is unheard of. >> these kind of charges and i would characterize them as frivolous and ridiculous and an
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the public confidence that people have or need to have and should have in the police. >> reporter: but falmouth police say pena is known to cut his heroin with fentanyl. they tell fox 25 in a statement heroin, particularly if it is combined with fentanyl, are both dangerous substances and could have seriously harmed or killed the officers if she had overdosed as a result of this incident. police sent us a link to a dea video sharing two new jersey detectives story of their dangerous to exposure. >> poofed up in inhaling it. >> i felt like my body was shutting down. and people around me say that i looked really white. i lost color. and it just really felt like -- i thought that was it. i thought i was dying. >> jason: both falmouth officers treated and released from the hospital. pena being held on $125,000 bail. >> heather: we're just days away now from the election and both hillary clinton and donald trump
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votes. trump is popping around the country today, visiting florida, north carolina, nevada and colorado. while clinton takes on florida and sends her surrogates to the other battle ground states. fox 25 mark ockerbloom reports that each candidate is hoping to swing those last minute votes in their favor. >> reporter: with one weekend left to get their messages out, republican nominee donald trump is gaining on democratic challenger hillary clinton. while clinton is still holding a clear lead, the race has heighten understand the final two weeks. the latest have shifted all in trump's favor. >> have you been seeing what's happening with those polls? they're like rocket ships. >> reporter: maine second congressional district, ohio and utah all look as if they'll shift to republican. and new hampshire, once a state thought to lean democrat looks like it might lean red this election. with those moves, clinton drops below 270 vote needed to clinch the nomination on tuesday.
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florida, arizona, and north carolina still very much up for grabs. both parties have been focusing their efforts there the final days. the democrats hoping that the latest job reports, showing unemployment down to 4.9% will work in their favor. >> we got some good news this morning. our economy created 161,000 jobs last month. that is 73 straight months of job growth. and i believe that our economy is poised to really take off and thrive. >> heather: well, that was mark ockerbloom reporting and both trump and clinton will return to new hampshire as well ahead of the election. clinton will be back there tomorrow trump returning monday and both candidates will be holding events in manchester. >> jason: on election night the country will be watching what happens in the new hampshire. the hotly contested senate race
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maggi hassan trying to reseat kelly ayotte. they're out meeting voters one-on-one. right now the polls suggest that race is a toss up. if hassan wins the seat, democrats have a good chance of regaining control of u.s. senate. we'll have the results of all of the big races as they roll in tuesday. our special coverage with our 4:00 p.m. news cast and continues as the polls close. >> heather: new this morning, an investigation underway in get away from police. around 9:00 last night. police try to stop a car on fall river avenue for a violation but that driver took off. the car ended up hitting another car before eventually the driver lost control and hit a utility pole near pleasant street. it took 20 minutes to get the driver out of the car now the driver being treated in the hospital and police still investigating why that driver tried to get away in the first place. >> jason: a new hampshire soldier is dead killed during an
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sergeant david witcher was in a combat diver course at the time of his death at this point, the army remaining tight lipped about what happened. they tell fox 25 the incident is under investigation. >> heather: new this morning, we are learning more about a deadly shooting near an air base in southern jordan. three u.s. military trainers killed when their car didn't stop at the base. they opened fire killing all three and an hurt. the shooting now under investigation and officials not ruled out political motives or tension between the trainers and army officers. >> jason: two weeks after its employees were killed when their trench collapsed, we're learning more about suspected criminal activity at atlantic drain services in roslindale. according to reports, they believe workers were using drugs and even selling drugs on the property. more than a month before kevin mattocks and robert higgins
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arrested dominick revell, for trafficking cocaine. numerous employees of atlantic drain services are chronic drug users, the report says. revel was selling and using illegal narcotics out of the yard and the dump truck. we took it to officials in roslindale, an attorney for the company told us they have no comment. >> heather: a day care worker of investigation after this video surfaces online. look. >> who do you want to be the president? >> donald trump. >> who is a liar? >> hillary clinton. >> heather: but the issue with this video is actually not related to politics. that's not what landed the worker any way who took it in hot water. we'll explain. yes. . >> jason: a local police department using a high tech device, a look at the gadget
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speed massachusetts' newspapers rarely agree, but they do on question 2. they agree opponents have run a "campaign of misinformation"
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s question 2 will have "no impact on their schools and their children." they agree it will provide vital "choices for urban parents" and help reduce "the achievement gap." question 2 is "a kid's civil right." join leading newspapers and governor baker in voting yes on 2. what's kelly ayotte costing you? you're paying more for prescription medicines. and governor baker kelly ayotte blocked lower cost generic drugs. you're paying high interest rates on college loans. 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.
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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.
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breaking news into our newsroom right now. firefighters responding to a fire in boston. a big black smoke rising captured on 93. close to south bay shopping center. the smoke visible from the south end. these pictures sent in the last 10 minutes from fox 25 blair miller. the boston e.m.s. confirms one person taken to the hospital. we're working to find out their condition and bring you any updates as soon as they come in share of high speed chases here in massachusetts and in new hampshire. sometimes those chases crossing from one state into another even. now there's new technology that could cutback on these pursuits. one local police department only one using this technology and fox 25 stephanie coueignoux has the exclusive first look at this device. >> it's november 2nd will be the 10th birthday of paul's that we missed because he is dead. >> reporter: for jonathan
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son paul still as raw as it was the night he died in may of 2007. paul was 23 years old. that night, the massachusetts state police were chasing a suspect through somerville after he made an illegal u-turn. farris spoke with us by skype from his wisconsin home. >> they were in a taxi and they were t boned by the suv. paul was actually ripped from the taxi, died there on site. >> i hear the chase a >> reporter: methuen police chief tells fox 25, that some weeks his officers respond to five chases a day. fox 25 covered a income of high speed chases. here in massachusetts, each police department has its own chase policy. in methuen officers can only pursue for a serious offense like a robbery or a murder. >> there was a death or an injury. >> reporter: solomon is now
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an alternative to high speed chases. the methuen police department is the first hc in new england to use it. and fox 25 received a exclusive first happened demonstration. >> it's going to be able to go. >> and it shoots a dart out and attaches to the vehicle wherever you shot it. >> now it's on. by the plate. >> reporter: yup. >> now at this point, we'll back off. >> reporter: any police agency can then log on to the computer and track the vehicle, actual chase. >> one more tool in our toolbox of all of the different tools we have that hopefully in the right situation, the right time we deploy it could save a live. >> reporter: the technology resulted in 80% apprehension rate. one device failed to stick in the demonstration. that could be because of weather, proximity, but also the officer's training.
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showing an officer trying failing twice to attach a gps tracker to the car. the officer continued to pursue driving up to 100 miles an hour. the suspect crashed with another car. injuring that driver and killing himself. which is why farris previous that officer's judgment still needs to be the first line of defense. >> part of the whole advocacy idea was, again, one, to change policy like the stricter policies in play. >> reporter: farris says technology is a step in the right direction. but until every police pursuit policy is pursued, promises to keep fighting. >> i'm hoping that some day, you know, i hear paul's voice in my head going, you know, you've done good, dad. >> reporter: stephanie coueignoux fox 25 news. >> heather: the technology does raise questions about the fourth amendment and privacy. aclu says it supports the technology as long as the device is used when there's probable cause and removed once the
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here's your reminder, this is the weekend. turn the clock back one hour tonight. we all gained an extra hour of sleep that's nice. >> heather: can't complain about that unless you get up and skip that extra hour of sleep. >> jason: yeah. >> heather: the old fashioned alarm clock, you remember those with the -- >> jason: i have one. >> jason brewer: yeah, you plug into the wall. >> heather: just because your phone doesn't work. >> jason brewer: yeah, it worked last year for me. but no >> heather: especially on this shift. we've got to get on the air. you guys can have your extra hour of sleep. >> jason: 2 a.m., right? >> jason brewer: 2 a.m. right now watching the pictures come into the fox 25 social media accounts of some of the snow, pellets coming by. this one came into sarah, you see there from natalie, the darts on the darker pavement. the dark there. the upper air pressure coming by this morning.
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here in southern new england, you get enough mist in the sphere -- atmosphere, to get the rhyming affect, it all ends up as being soft hail, if you will, snow pellets come down to the ground. for now 51 degrees in boston. rising on the temperatures. look at this temperature difference. we're running 5 to 15 degrees chillier than we were yesterday at this time. cape cod until 10:00 a.m. although right now, continue to melt the frost away in most locations until the cape and south shore, still have some of those 30s around. back here in norwood, colder spots. millis, just below freezing there. again, alden, back toward woburn, all running in the middle 30s right now. shrewsbury at 39 and upper 30s there around worcester too. hour by hour, here's lowell with
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still have clouds around but with that westerly wind flow. we should be able to nudge numbers up around 50 degrees and climb into the middle 50s between 1:00 and 2:00, and then for the evening, we'll fall back into the 40s. but not as cold tonight as we were last night. there are your high temperatures, medford, waltham, framingham, all of the mental illness 50s today around natick and hudson and woburn and boston, lots of uniform temperatures, we'll even climb up into the low and middle 50s on cape cod, vineyard, and more sun south and eastward for the afternoon. a little bit cloudier to the north and west. here's a look at future cast, there's your 7:34 cast. no rain, just 65 degrees and stay there for most of the evening. as we get into tomorrow morning. we'll see upper 30s and 40s but not near as chilly as we were this morning. and then during the day tomorrow, a couple sprinkles possible along the coast. we'll be watching cape cod with
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shore as well. future cast with the weekend always in view, got that rain chance, only 30% tomorrow. but, again, watch out. monday dry. tuesday, election day, 60 degrees. >> heather: i like 60 degrees. >> jason: who doesn't at this time of year. a pair of doctors being recognized for their life saving work. >> heather: a little boy recorded in a restaurant 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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s. but you know what - she could 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. kelly & kate: and we approved this message. mmm... i can't believe i can't believe it has 40% fewer calories than butter. i can't believe it's made with real, simple ingredients. i can't believe we're on a whale. i can't believe my role isn't bigger. oh, it's real. real ingredients. unbelievable taste. go ahead, enjoy. when you're raised by a single mom, you learn how important it is to live within your means. i'm colin van ostern, and i took that lesson to my work in business, and it's how i'll stand up for you as governor. by cutting inefficient spending and using innovation to save tax dollars,
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without a sales or income tax. to create clean energy jobs, protect affordable health care, and lower college costs and cut student debt. as governor, i'll stand up for you. >> jason: a little boy recorded in a bathr employee. that employee then allowed to remain on the job even after the incident was reported to police. the restaurant manager spoke only to fox 25 kathryn burcham about the controversial decision. >> reporter: for more than a decade, in a pickle a popular stop for families on waltham street corner but now one young mother left a scathing review. in this post, she detailed how employees allegedly took a picture of her seven-year-old son on the toilet.
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hand over the stall with a camera, phone. >> reporter: that mother asked not to be identified, told us, they immediately called police, who matched the phone to a cook in the kitchen edward montoya. they charged him disorderly conduct. but never showed for arraignment in court. he fled to his home country of guatemala, police say. >> extremely frustrating, felt helpless that someone wouldn' >> reporter: that mother also wants an apology from the restaurant owner who allowed montoya to continue working after the alleged incident. >> i've left numerous messages for the owner of the restaurant. he has not returned any of my phone calls. >> i just don't want our silence to be misconstrued as not caring. >> reporter: in a pickle owner tim burke says his lawyer advised him to have no contact with the victim's family.
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rest rant. >> there wasn't really anything that i could say or do erase the situation or make her feel any better that would help out. >> reporter: kathryn burcham, fox 25 news. >> jason: the restaurant owner tells fox 25, his lawyer advised him to keep the employee on the job to avoid a potential wrongful termination lawsuit just in case the accusation were, quote, unfounded. charges could be filed. >> jason brewer: and we're off to a chilly start. but i'm seeing temperatures already rising despite the clouds that we have. coming up, we'll show you where that best chance of rain is for your weekend straight ahead. >> reporter: mass. d.o.t. crews ?? our neighborhood public schools. they are the bedrock of our communities. the place where 96% of our kids are educated. but even now, these local schools are losing more than 400 million dollars a year to
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and if question 2 passes, it will only get worse. we can't let that happen. to protect our public schools and the right of all our kids to a quality education,
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complete new england news coverage continues right now. this is fox 25 morning everybody. welcome back to the morning news. interesting cloud cover that developed over the downtown skyline there. sun trying to poke through the clouds. temperatures very cold this morning. still in the low 40s for most of us out there. good morning, everybody, welcome back. >> heather: a cold start. had to break out the scrapers at some point. we did at 3:00 a.m. when we were going to work. but definitely a cold start. we check in with meteorologist jason brewer at the storm tracker weather center.
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snowflakes this morning. >> jason brewer: yeah, southern new england, pease air force base, even down the lower coast. right now temperatures in the middle and lower 30s most areas, cape cod, some 40s. our frost advisory will be expiring for cape cod in a half hour and melt all of the frost away. we do climb into the 50s in most locations. there's your low 50s after boston area, did mention the stray sprinkle this morning. a better chance tomorrow for a shower to move back in. the latest future cast information and show you who has the best shot of any appreciable rain for the back half of the weekend. we do have election day on the way. some big temperature changes we'll be feeling and an early look at veterans day all coming up in the seven-day forecast.
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some of the soft hail, the grot they will, the snow pellets flying around in southern new england coming up in a bit. >> heather: right now details in place this morning all weekend long. crews working to tear down old highland bridge right now. >> jason: fox 25 stephanie coueignoux is live in needham. a whole section of the highway >> reporter: yeah, i've got good news, drivers don't seem to be too bothered at least right now with all of the detours. taking a look behind me again, you can see this stretch of cars right here coming down on to route 128, this all has to do with exit 19. all of these cars that you're seeing, these are the detoured cars. so you can see the volume starting to build up. but really doesn't look too bad right now. again, this all has to do with
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sky fox. we actually flew over this area yesterday. this is to give you a different perspective. an aerial view into what this construction zone looked like. and how widespread this area is. so what you're going to need this to know this weekend is again the northbound lanes already closed along 128 and exit 19. starting at 6:00 tonight, that's when the southbound lanes will close. detours in place. plenty in place of the n police officers are also stationed here to help guide drivers. some folks we talked to, they say they're going to avoid this area all together. other drivers say, hey, it's part of their routine and they're not going to let this impede their journey whatsoever. and businesses say they're doing what they can to help drivers. >> everybody coming in here is anticipating things are going to be horrible. we don't think it's going to be so bad. in fact, we're getting donuts, coffee, and balloons so we can
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for five minutes in their car they'll come in here and browse. >> reporter: at least at this hour, it really doesn't look like anything is too bad. mass. d.o.t. says that back ups could stretch as long as two miles. so something to keep in mind if you're just using 128 throughout the weekend. and, again, construction is supposed to continue through tomorrow afternoon. in needham, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> heather: a suspect connected to an attempted kidnapping. look at the photo here, an underage girl reported that a man approached her just before 6:30 on the morning of october 25th in the area of blue hill avenue in brook ford street in roxbury. the man in the photo believed to be connected in some way to the crime were last seen getting into a later model white nissan
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about terrorist attacks are rising as election day draws closer. this morning, potential threats being mont tored in new york, virginia, and texas. the commonwealth ramping up security for this week's elections. mass. state police have extra patrols out and the fbi in boston is actively working to undercover and disrupt potential threats. but the important thing to know right now this morning, they say there are no credible specific threats. >> heather: this morning t massachusetts is heating up. governor charlie baker now stepping into the arena and offering his opinion on whether to legalize recreational marijuana in the state. the governor is siding with police chiefs who are against recreational marijuana, specifically mentioning the newly released information about a wrong way crash in vermont last month, which showed that the driver had high levels of thc in his system when he hit
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>> the question itself is 6,000 words long written by the marijuana industry, for the marijuana industry, a billion dollar industry that's just dying to be able to commercialize italy -- its product here in the commonwealth. >> heather: police chief worried about no field tests to alert those high on pot. those in favor of legalizing marijuana saves law enforcement time and saves tax payers money. this is maine is pulling out of the national program that resettles refugees. governor paul lepage sent a letter yesterday, saying he doesn't trust the government's federal ability to safely and responsibly vet refugees. he said an example of a refugee living in free port and went back to syria and died fighting for isis. texas, kansas and new jersey are also already cut ties to that program. >> jason: this morning, the state is investigating whether a local day care teacher crossed
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children chanting about hillary clinton and donald trump. the video taken yesterday and already has been viewed more than 100,000 times. fox 25 erica ricci dug into who taught the children that speech and why -- >> who are you voting for? >> donald trump. >> who is a liar? >> hillary clinton. >> reporter: the children are preschool age, their comments about the presidential candidates getting a rise from the woman behind the camera. like all kids, they keep >> hillary is a liar. >> reporter: the video comes from a snapchat post of angelina grillo of norwood. we went to ask her about it. but no one came to the door. a short time later, a man who identified himself as her father approached us upset by our presence. >> you're not going to get anything. >> reporter: after a brief stint inside with angelina, he came back out and answered questions on her behalf. >> did angelina say what made her start saying that in the
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and she thought it was funny, thought it was cute. >> reporter: mr. grillo was adamant, she did not teach the kids to say that. >> she's definitely not the one who taught the kids to say that. >> reporter: according to post the video is against school policy released by the children's center. they say, quote, we have policies that prohibit the personal cell phone and video taking. we follow our protocol and are comploo currently completing an the teacher who posted this video on social media. we place focus only age appropriate learning activities and implementation of curriculum. this type of activity is not appropriate. erica ricci fox 25 news. >> jason: the state department of early education and children is also investigating that video right now angelina grillo is placed on paid leave and school is notifying the parents of the kid who have been recorded.
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vo: ending funding for planned parenthood. taking away our right to choose. restricting our health care choices. this is senator kelly ayotte's record. 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. woman 2: voters definitely cannot trust kelly ayotte. vo: senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> heather: this morning, new york city is in mourning after a police sergeant killed during a shoot out in the bronx. police say a man broke into an apartment, where his estranged
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police caught up with him about a mile away. when officers approached, he got out of his car and started shooting. he killed one officer. hit another one in the leg. officers returned fire, killing the suspect. but the officer who died was a 19 year veteran of the department and married with two young children. the other officer remains in stable condition this morning. >> jason: investigators have uncovered a body on a farm in south carolina one day after rescuing a woman who they say was chained up like a of a shipping container. she went missing two months ago, after she was rescued she told police there could be other bodies on that 100 acre property. the man arrest understand brown's investigation is a sex offender who owns the property. >> heather: now to a story only on fox 25, a landlord reached out to fox 25 for helpful
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as part of an online scam. the scammer was requesting cash up front and social security numbers. perez discovered the problem when people started showing up to check out the property. >> only five, but the other time that was posted was posted with half of the price that i posted the ad for. >> heather: so perez says he contacted fox 25 to warn renters about similar scams that might be out there as well. when he reached out to the way, he says he never heard back. but both ads since removed from the website. samsung dealing with a recall this morning. but unrelated to that smartphone issue. coming up the home appliance that is now being blamed for breaking someone's jaw. but first boston restaurants will soon be getting a new sign but first boston restaurants will soon be getting a new sign on the at ikea, we believe that everything you need should be within reach.
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>> heather: all right. 9:44. back to breaking news we continue to follow for you out of boston this morning. boston fire confirming to fox 25, this two story home on george street has collapsed as crews battle a three alarm fire there. it's happening near magazine street not far from the south bay shopping center. as a point of reference for we know one adult rushed to the hospital with serious burns. no other injuries reported, though. we'll stay on top of the story for you. make sure you have fox 25 news app for breaking updates throughout the morning even when we're not on the air. >> jason: boston shining a light on dark and dusty restaurants throughout the city. a new grading system will make diners aware of how clean their restaurants are.
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the system. >> reporter: at stashes pizza in dorchester, the sizzle of the grill and a swirl of sauce are all set against the gleaming back drop. this is the restaurant the city of boston chose to roll out the new restaurant grading system. that system modelled after similar ones in new york and los angeles. where diners are met at the door with an a, b, or c. the grade based on the restaurant's compliance with health and sanitation codes. >> it was working, working very well. but it's about public >> reporter: for examples patrons to stashes would be unaware that this restaurant has critical code violations that risked illness as eventually as october. this report on the city's website reveals problems of varying severity the last two years, but diners wouldn't know it unless they specifically looked up that information. mayor marty walsh says the public display of a letter grade puts pressure on,s to comply quickly. that's what happened in other systems that have it in place.
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program two years ago. and at that point, 50% of the businesses were get, an a grade. fast forward, 85% of the rest raubtsz are getting as in new york city. >> reporter: inspectors continue to work with restaurants and earn the highest grade as they did with the managers of stashes. >> get to hand out the first certificate to stash's pizza and they have an a. [ applause ]. >> reporter: elizabeth hopkins, fox 25 news. >> jason: for the first year of the new program, restaurants will not, required to post their grade. inspectors believe proud restaurants will quickly be able to post their grades encouraging diners to stop in. >> heather: this morning, samsung reporting another product for causing several injuries, including this a broken jaw. three top loading washing machines now as a result.
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if you have one of the washers there were a bunch of options to look at, to make it easier for you, we posted all of our information on our website, fox25boston.com. >> jason: all right. one last reminder to roll back the clocks tonight. fall back and gain another hour of sleep. we can't wait. >> heather: when you wake up, to help you wake up, you need the sun. but dark out there early. dog walkers and people who like to take late evening strolls you need to start d early. >> jason brewer: be safe out there. get your alarm clock, be ready. on this shift a little more concerned about the wake up time. a lot of people wake up sunday and then change it. >> heather: we've got to actually change it at 2:00 a.m. >> we've got to be careful. check this out, a lot of great photos, thank all of our weather watchers coming into the fox 25 account. this is ralph in attleboro, a hot air balloon up this morning. a cool picture not something you see every day.
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dr. shaws, the graupel on his car. this red showing those little small snow pellets that came through. a beautiful sunrise too. we don't see that all the time either. the conditions are right for snow pellets instead of sleet or true hail or anything like that. but very soft snow pellets that came down with the little disturbance coming by. sunnier clouds to the south, cloudier skies to the north. what we're seeing now. a little bit of a breeze now after sunrise. temperatures in the 40s on cape cod. we'll have that frost advisory earlier. melting that frost away. still a few 30s metrowest locations and parts of norfolk county and even around the north shore. 32 in nashua. to worcester at 36, hopkinton at 42 degrees. chestnut hill today, bc today, upper 40s at 11:00, tailgate
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not too much wind today. so not bad out there with mostly cloudy skies over all. despite clouds, continue to see temperatures rising gradually through the early afternoon. there's your forecast in worcester county today, low 50s high up middle 50s down in the lowell levacations. over to cape cod and the islands, you can expect mostly sunny skies with highs in the mid to low 50s. notice not dropping rapidly after sunset tonight. it will be cool, we'll need our jackets. not too much wind and not a big temperature drop overnight. land in upper 30s and lower 40s as opposed to the 20s like we had this morning. look at that. a little pop up shower, sprinkle trying to pop up. tomorrow, another disturbance coming down. it's going to set up low pressure off to our east. on the backside of that low. we have coastal clouds. we have a chance for a coastal shower. as we head into the afternoon
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cape, has a better chance to see a quick shower coming by, look at the rain amounts, light, still a few .01s of an inch, may make it damp tomorrow. seven-day forecast with the weekend always in view setting the clocks back overnight tonight, cold on monday and tuesday morning. back to 60 degrees on election day with sunny skies. a new front on wednesday bring 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
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britt: with kelly ayotte, it's all politics. joanne: she's not looking out for new hampshire anymore. vo: senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. 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. attend a charter school. if you believe every child deserves a great public education, vote no on question two.
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what - she could 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. kelly & kate: and we approved this message. we're turning back our clocks tomorrow night.
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80s song, by cindy lawner, girls just want to have fun. these days a whole lot more. mit celebrating girls day tomorrow. for girls math mat technical and science fields. the theme of the day. the secret life of robots. all starts saturday at 11:00 a.m. if you're a home body, want to get out of the house this week west clubhouse at gillette stadium for the 2016 fall home show. over 500 experts on hand to answer your burning questions. also workshops and seminars a kids fun zone and cooking demonstrations. of course show specials and savings you'll only find at the home show. and 38th boston christmas special. back in town. may seem soon but only 50 days
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unique gifts for your loved ones, you're sure to find what you're looking for. as families begin to plan the dinner menu for thanksgiving, what dishes you look forward to the most the every year, head over to the facebook page and share with us your favorite holiday recipes. for more happening around town, make sure to have if box news app, in the menu, click the around town section or around town tab at fox25boston.com. whatever you do this weekend, make it a great one. i' hope to see you around town. >> jason: the red sox ended more than a week ago. tributes keep pouring in for big papi. sam adams raised a glass to the one and only david ortiz. the limited edition beer called big hoppy. yeah, drink it in, only 541 bottles were available. so beer lovers and papi fans
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day friday to get their hands on it. all of the bottles sold. >> heather: i would imagine. >> jason brewer: not another drop to drink. >> heather: i wonder if anybody got more than one bottle. >> jason: tomorrow morning, 2:00 a.m., rolling back the clocks do it before you go to bed tonight. >> jason: yeah, most people enjoy that extra hour, although we'll be getting dark very early as we go into the rest of our november. there's your seven-day forecast, weekend in view. a little better chance of a shower tomorrow afternoon maybe at the coast. election day looks dry. in fact across the country 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.
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massachusetts' newspapers rarely agree, but they do on question 2. they agree opponents have run a "campaign of misinformation" to spread "fear through white, affluent neighborhoods." they agree in the suburbs question 2 will have "no impact on their schools and their children." they agree it will provide vital "choices for urban parents" and help reduce "the achievement gap." join leading newspapers and governor baker
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