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. now at 4:00, election day is here and the first ballots have been cast in tiny new hampshire towns. a look at who is getting the early lead as the rest of the nation heads to the millions to just a matter of hours. one of the most heated election seasons ever. thousands of extra police officers patrolling new yo headquartered. the extra steps being taken here in boston amid concerns of your safety. and. >> look at that chaos at a local mall at a celebrity meet and greet as it spirals out of control. the violence that erupted and landed six people in custody. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> daniel: good morning,
8. we have complete coverage throughout the morning of everything you need to know as you head to the polls. good morning, i am daniel miller. >> good morning, i am julie grauert. first a check of your weather. meteorologist shiri spear in the fox25 stormtracker weather center. shiri, i had to get out my scraper to scrape the frost off my windshield. >> shiri: a little deceiving because the temperature bug in the corner that reads 40 degrees. the suburbs colder. 31 29 in fitchburg. 28 in nashua, new hampshire. 27 in new bedford. obviously a cold start to the day and the problem is calm winds, clear skies and a formula to see temperatures continue to drop through about 6:00 this morning. so 6 a.m. temperature here for somerville this morning, 34 degrees. we will get up to 40 at 8 a.m. 51 by 10:00 in morning. we are seeing a giant drop in temperatures even by late
degrees. a lot in the low to mid-60s. i will show you a cool spot in 10. julie is back with live drive time traffic. we want to update you on breaking news. crews are dealing with a water main break in boston in front of the t stop. because the station is above ground, the water not flowing into the station. the water now shut off and we will share any new details as we learn them. heading to the traffic maps, remind you a closure 290 westbound started last night at 5 p.m. traffic is being detoured at exit 18. route 1, 93 south moving along fine. expressway looks good from the braintree split to columbia road. live drive times. 13 minutes on route 1, 29 monies on 93 south. 22 minutes on 128 southbound from peapody to the weston tolls. 4:02. in a matter of three hours the polls will hope in massachusetts at 7 to o'clock and early as 6:00 in new hampshire.
a trio of tiny towns in the granite state. with under 100 voters can open their poles at midnight and close them once everyone has voted. >> julie: the mores famous and smallest is dixville notch. the town only has eight voters and hillary clinton won over half emthem. two votes for donald trump. one to gary johnson and a surprise write-in for mitt romney. in millsville, 16 trump backer backers, 4 votes to clinton and one write-in for bernie sanders. >> the final town is hurts location. 17 votes for clinton, 14 for trump and johnson got three votes. as for the write-ins. bernie sanders got two votes on his own and one is john kasich's vice presidential running mate. >> daniel: add them up, trump came out ahead 32-25. coming off a late night after a late rally in michigan julie julie this morning he is heading to new york where he
first thing this morning. new details on trump's final day on the campaign trail. >> reporter: inside trump tower up on the 14th floor, the campaign is closely watching the polling and early voting numbers. senior trump advisor boris epstein believes to win swing states. >> new hampshire is vital. >> reporter: confidence couldn't be higher that trump will reach the needed 270 electoral votes. >> how close in the electoral. i am really not t that. >> reporter: but trump's campaign suggests otherwise with a grueling swing across five states from florida to north carolina to pennsylvania to manchester, new hampshire and then to michigan for one late last night pitch >> the only force strong enough to save our country is us. >> reporter: also the trump campaign aired this two-minute-long video a somber trump takeover where he takes aim at the political establishment. >> we will take back in country for you.
advisors hoping that is what voters remember not the volatile political land scape. >> we feel it, we see it. the polls show it. we are excited to get to election day. >> blair: in new york city, blair miller, fox25 news. >> julie: fox25 has team coverage. hillary clinton will head to westchester county to vote. >> daniel: fox25's kerry kavanaugh talked to her campaign for the final push for support. >> our core values are being fe voters, hillary clinton is taking a noticeably softer tone. >> i believe in our people. i love this country. >> reporter: it's a message she hopes will carry her to victory as she addresses supporters at the yavis center. >> what are we ending on. >> that we are a america stronger together. >> reporter: director of communication outreach in brooklyn. >> new hampshire very much in play. did you expect it to be such a
the game. >> absolutely. new hampshire has always been a battleground place very high on our maps. >> reporter: mcintosh say focus on states like pennsylvania, and michigan. >> reporter: any chance to slip out of the blue grass. >> in the final 48 hours, the hillary clinton is following a very disciplined strategy. about turning out the vote on election day for the states we have to focus on election day. >> reporter: monday alone, michigan, pennsylvania and a late night stop in north carolina. i asked e-mail investigation gave the campaign a last-minute boost. the campaign is staying on message. >> we are certainly glad that the fbi put to rest. it is shame that america had to be confused for the last week while that happened, but we have a strong message of building an economy that works for everybody not just those at the top and we are excited to finish talking about that. >> reporter: kerry kavanaugh, fox25 news. >> daniel: potato candidates ready to watch the results in
in terms of the security. the big apple will look like times square on new year's eve. 5,000 police officers will work a special detail for election and some streets closed. the first time in more than 70 years that boats presidential candidates will be in new york city on election night. security is on the mind of leaders here in massachusetts. boston mayor marty walsh promising your safety the top priority at the polls. blames rhetoric for making it >> donald trump is revved up gotten people angry talk being a rigged system, but we will see what happens and we are prepared in boston for whatever happens. unfortunately we shouldn't say that. >> daniel: the mayor is expecting high voter turnout so get ready for long lines. not just the presidential race that has people lining up at the polls in new hampshire. the senate race between maggie hassan and incumbent senator kelly ayotte is already tight.
eight ballots in dixville ended in a tie. in litchfield, ayotte over hassan. polls are opening in just a few hours, and fox25 has team coverage all day long. our michael henrich is in nashua, new hampshire while catherine parrotta is live in framingham. they will be monitoring early morning turnout as well as the big races that voters will decide in each state. plus we have a team in new york city. we go to fox25 for a live report in our next hour. 4:078. this morning brockton police investigate a violent robbery. the suspect is still on the loose. the home owner attacked by a man wielding a sledgehammer on old farm lane. the victim came home to find a stranger in his house. chris haskins tell fox25 that the rob her a sledgehammer and he grabbed an ax hammer and chased after him. >> i got to crack it a cup of
he was on top of me and tried to bash my head with a sledgehammer. >> daniel: he ended with injuries to his head but declined to see a doctor. what chaos, police arrest six young people after a situation at a celebrity meet and greet. as the citizens played out at the cambridge galleria, video poured in. police used pepper spray as the crowd start throwing brick john monahan have details of the event that quickly spiraled out of control. >> after that all hell broke loose. >> reporter: mayhem inside the mall captured by fox25 viewers. chaos as crushing crowds at the galleria surged forward hope
to control the crowd of more than 1,000, but things quickly got out of hand. >> my shoes and body got trampled over too. it is ridiculous. i had to hold on to my little brother to make sure he was okay. >> reporter: cambridge, boston, state police, local colleges and towns responded in force flooding streets with new life and even k-9s to control the mob inside. >> everyone started to run out. >> reporter: police were assaulted with glass and bricks. so they used mace to disperse the crowd. >> we were literally ten feet away. it was crazy. >> reporter: while outside people gathered again and then police had enough. >> people made their way down, and they just -- they decided to squat there. at which point the police made a wall and started moving everyone down. >> reporter: i am john monahan,
marathon bomber dzhokhar tsarnaev will be back in court. ropel phillipos washtion was convicted of lying but they say his confession was coerced by a federal agent. he himself will not in court. we will tell you the outcome once it happens. keith lashawn herring pled not guilty to murder an other charges in district man during a drug deal on ferry street sunday night. the herald reports that prosecutors used a gps bracelet he was already wearing to track him down. it was a condition of his bail in an attempted murder case out of middleton county. a georgetown police officer is recovering at home after his cruiser was hit in a construction zone. video from the scene on 95 north from route 193. the officer's cruiser was
parked with blue lights flashing when it was hit from behind. the officer was treated and released from the hospital. the driver of the other car was treat for minor injuries. police are still investigating the crash. we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. looking at your drive time on the expressway. single digits. 9 minutes from the braintree split to the exit to the pike. shiri? >> voting weather today, picture perfect for you in england. 20s and 30s. we are headed up to 60 degrees under mostly sunny skies. i have an hour-by-hour look at that warm-up and when we have showers in the forecast for tomorrow. >> julie: all right, shiri. 15 years after her mother's brutal murder a framingham woman is looking for answers. the new clue from a former jail inmate that the woman hopes will lead to an arrest. police officers responding
stories of a case of animal cruelty. weymouth police say a woman was drunk when she stomped her cat to death but the woman has a much different story and shared it only with fox25's malini basu. >> reporter: fox25 got this video of pumpkin from the kitten's owner. pumpkin was a loving 3-pound kit head-on is dead. the story that is out there -- kitten that is dead. >> reporter: the story that is out there. they say you killed it.
anybody who did do that, i would be on top of them. >> reporter: weymouth police say elie campbell killed pumpkin friday night. campbell spoke with us exclusively outside of her home. >> reporter: this is completely wrong. >> oh, my god -- >>reporter: won't out of a drunken rage. >> i had a reason of being crazy and mad, not at the cat -- because of the cat i flipped out what i saw. >> reporter: weymouth officers were called to the saunders street home after street home after a disturbance. they say camp belle was throwing things on her neighbor's car. campbell said she flipped out claiming her neighbor ran pumpkin over in her driveway. >> he ran the cat over by mistake. >> reporter: billy was with his girlfriend. >> accidents do happen and all he had to do was explain that he ran our kitten over. >> reporter: weymouth police say i observed a small kitten with what and to be a broken neck with blood out of its head and next area. the kitten and to have been stomped and flattened by someone.
blood and with the splatter of blood on campbell's leg, it confirmed that the cat was stomped by campbell. >> they got it completely wrong. it is insane. i can't believe that people would think i would do something like that. >> reporter: campbell was arrested and charged with animal cruelty. >> i love him so much. i am a good person. >> reporter: malini basu, fox25 news. julie we tried to get in contact with the neighbor that campbell ran out of the cat. after the incident. samsung is moving forward with plans of new smartphones despite the failure of the galaxy note 7. will add digital assistance to the upcoming galaxy s 8. samsung's version of siri. the company bought artificial intelligence and will use the technology in its assistance. samsung recalled all galaxy 7 phones because the batteries were overheating and catching
be pricier. tesla will charge you to charge. 1,000 miles of free charging and after that will have to pay for anything else. the fee will be less than a cost of a tank of gas. we check traffic and weather together every ten minutes. hooking at the roads. things are moving along great on the expressway. no issues on 128 as you approach the pike. north of the pike 93 south look good. life drive time. 24 avenue. 23 minutes from andover down to the zakim bridge. >> daniel: 4:18 right now. meteorologist shiri spear joins us with our first look at the forecast. i will call this the taste of the season because i woke up as julie mentioned scraping ice off the windshield, but temperatures late this afternoon will be in the 60s. >> shiri: you might end up in your short sleeves. so new england you wake up and it is winter and by afternoon
degrees. we have been steadily dropping since the middle of last week. normal is 54. today we are not just going to be back to normal but back into the 60s. it will feel like it did in the middle of last week which a nice little treat. boston at 40 degrees. all the suburbs are colder, 20s and 30s as you get up and go. fitchburg at 29 degrees with clear skies. not much to report as far as the winds go that will awill youed this giant drop this focus on any wind chills for you. straight-up temperatures will sufficient fy 'fies. at 6 a.m. the temperatures in fitchburg will be in the upper 20s. i don't see temperatures warming up by 6:00. by 8 a.m. lower 40s. 10 a.m., 56 degrees. by noontime, 62. and get those highs well into the 60s here during the afternoon. so, yeah, will end up feeling like may here for the second half of the day with 61 in boston and plymouth, 63 in
62 in manchester, new hampshire. and cool spot of the cape. upper 50s for you folks. same sunshine, same nice calm wind. the same comfortable day ahead. futurecast nothing to highlight. clear skies and no weather woe s at least from the weather department as far as the weather goes today. 7 a.m. tomorrow. starting to see spot showers popping up. best chance of rain during the morning commute tomorrow will be north and west of boston. and western mass. so more prone locations. showers filling in by lunchtime in the boston area when your showers peak. late morning through early afternoon and eventually this front along with scattered showers get into southeastern massachusetts and will end up winding down during the evening but at least the evening commute is not looking wet for everybody. i think travelers south of the city probably encountering showers tomorrow afternoon but to the north and west, we will have breaks in those clouds. tonight pretty quiet yet with
low temperatures back in the 40s. not as cold because once the clouds move in kind of like our blanket hold in a little more heat. temperatures tomorrow will be back in the upper 50s with 58 in framingham. 57 in boston. 54 in worcester. but you have that chance for scattered showers. not a whole lot of rain coming up. we will look at some of the expected rain totals for the day tomorrow and take a national look at your election day weather. the weather could have some voters dodging some by thursday, 52 degrees and a slight risk of a saturday afternoon shower and couple flurries and wind for your saturday. back to you, guys. speaking of the election, launching a hate crime investigation in walpole. the message posted outside one restaurant that has the restaurant's owner fighting
fifth worst city for veterans detroit, solution and memphis. they looked at employment, economy and quality of life. some of the top cities are in arizona, texas and california. new parents in amesbury are hoping to track down the person that saved their baby girl within she stopped breathing. they were still on the phone with the middleton 911 dispatcher when a neighbor heard them screaming and ran for help. the couple shared the ne fox25's bob ward. >> my whole world. i love her to death. >>reporter: there is raylyn over a week old and she survived a life or death drama. early saturday morning raylyn's mother riley noticed her daughter had trouble breathing. >> arched her back and flailing her head side to side and her eyes were -- she looked very panicked. >> reporter: raylyn's dad rushed to help and in moments
>> turning purple, bluish, her eyes were popping out of their head. >> reporter: the couple called 911 and she rushed outside and begged for help. >> i ran outside and i started screaming for help. my baby is dying. she is turning blue. she is not breathing, can somebody help me. >> reporter: seconds seemed like hours and then before emergency crews arrived, some call what happened next a miracle. >> one nice lady came running out of nowhere in the dark and just grabbed her from me and started doing cpr on her, and soon after, i heard her start crying so i was really relieved. i knew she was getting air and the ambulance came a few minutes after that. >> reporter: cory and riley still don't know who the mystery woman was, they only know she made all the difference. >> if the neighbor didn't intervene, what would have happened there? >> she would have died. she would have died. so thankfully to the next-door neighbor she was there and really saved her life.
it took emergency crews less than five minutes to get on scene, but two minutes into the call, that neighbor stepped in to help. i listened to the 911 call. i heard an awful lot of panic in there. the parents would love to find that neighbor to thank her. in middleton, bob ward, fox25 news. >> daniel: she was an angel. a shove support at a local university after a student claims her professor made racist remarks. the message her classmates have for suffolk in
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from the patriots as the first ballots cast in new hampshire put him in an early lead. a local woman is still desperate for answers than a decade after her mother's murder. the new clues she is hoping will lead to an arrest. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> daniel: good morning, 4:30 on this tuesday november 8 election day. i am daniel miller. >> julie: good morning, i am julie grauert. things are cold but a big meteorologist shiri spear in the storm tracker weather center with a look at when you can shed those winter layers. >> shiri: some towns and cities, brookville at 24 degrees. boylston at 30. hollis, new hampshire at 26. and 20s and 30s throughout all the suburbs until you get to milton, the city itself and hull in the lower 40s. 33 degrees in duxbury.