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. now at 4:00, donald trump declared president-elect in an early morning victory, and fox25 was the only local station to bring it to you live. the unlikely path it has taken him into the white house and what he said to supports an hour ago. in new hampshire, the senate race is call hours after the polls closed. what both candidates are saying this morning. the question with big implications on the massachusetts ballot. the timeline for legal recreational marijuana in the commonwealth. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> daniel: a stunning victory by donald trump. the republican candidate now declared the 45th president of the united states. good morning. it is 4 a.m. on this wednesday,
>> julie: good morning, i am julie grauert. if you were with us about 2:50. unforgettable moment. powerful to see those images and hear the announcement. we will have full coverage of the election. first to meteorologist shiri spear in the stormtracker weather center. cloudy and wet today. >> shiri: wet because showers moving out of new york state and will be shifting toward us. i have to say that a lot of the moisture will break awchbd go to the north and a lot of it going to spotty rain showers. clouds on the increase. 50 in worcester. 45 in boston. best to check that fox25 weather app from the 30s to the 50s out there as you leave the house. the hour-by-hour forecast. take to you worcester one of those spots to see the patchy showers. not a began ran tee raining all the time paw little bit of drizzle, one or two showers. you can see by late morning, i am upping that risk. we will keep temperatures here
central massachusetts. 10 a.m. 53 degrees with showers. and i will keep those going until 2 and 3:00. timeline in your town coming up. julie is back with live drive-time traffic. julie things nice and quiet route 1, 93 south moving along fine. no issues from the braintree split to the pike. 12 minutes on route 1. 20 minutes on 93 south. 22 minutes southbound from peapody to the weston tolls. 4:02. donald trump soared to victory in the presidential election securing securing key victories in hard-fought battleground states. hillary clinton called trump to concede the race. the win defied the polls that placed the nomination clearly in clinton's hands julie julie chris flanagan is live in new york. trump was on stage and he promised to follow through on his promise to make america great again. >> reporter: guys, good morning. behe certainly does. donald trump arriving to the
he told his supporters, sorry for keeping you waiting. donald trump will become the 45th president of the united states. he arrived at the hilton hotel around 3:00 to give that speech. look at this here. he walked on stage to a thunder russ ovation. he spoke for about 14 minutes saying he will be the president of all americans and wants to unify our great country after he swept to victory in a historic upset. trump with no previous political prediction in one key battleground sight capture the white house. he broke through the blue wall running the electoral map and making quickly. florida and north carolina both toss ups and he won key battleground, wisconsin and pennsylvania. those put him over the top. those two states had not voted for a gop presidential nominee since the 1980s both shocking victories.
speech. >> i just received a call from secretary clinton. [cheering] she congratulated us -- it is about "us" on our victory aged congratulated her and her family on a very, very hard-fought campaign. i mean she -- she fought very hard hillary has worked very long and hard over a long period of time and we owe her a major debt of gratitude for her service to our country. i mean that very sincerely. now it is time for america to bind the wounds of division. we have to get together. to all republicans and democrats and penitentiaries
time for us to come together as one united people. i pledge to every citizen of our land that i will be president for all americans, and this is so important to me. and for those who not to support me in the past of which there were a few people. [laughter] -- i am reaching out to you for your guidance and help so we can work together and unify our great country. [cheering] as i have said from the beginning, ours was not a campaign but rather an incredible and great movement
made up of millions of hard-working men and women who love their country and want a better, brighter future for themselves and for their families. it's a movement comprised of americans from all races, religions, backgrounds and beliefs who want and expect our government to serve the people and serve the people it will. [cheering] working together, we will begin the urgent task of rebuilding our nation and renewing the american dream. i've spent my entire life in business looking at the untapped potential in projects and in people all over the world. that is now what i want to do for our country. [cheering] tremendous potential.
country so well, tremendous potential. it is going to be a beautiful thing. every single american will have the opportunity to realize his or her fullest potential. the forgotten men and women of our country will be forgotten no longer. >> reporter: well, trump's speech and his victory in a very divisive election. hillary clinton did not give concession speech. we were told by her campaign she will speak some time wednesday morning. they didn't say exactly what time, but they said she will speak some time wednesday morning. we are live in manhattan, chris flanagan, fox25 news. >> daniel: thank you. following the results of the election, markets around the globe plummeted. dow futures are down more than 600 points. the troubles weren't contained there. markets in japan, shanghai and hong kong dipped into the red.
an all-time low. the nasdaq and snp 500 are poised to give back all their gains at the opening bell. we will keep an eye on the markets all morning long. the senate race in new hampshire too close to call. kelly ayotte with 48% of the vote and maggie hassan with the same. going into the night, a victory for ayotte was crucial for republicans to maintain control of the senate, but wins in other state means the gop keeps its majory we will check in at both candidates' headquarters now where things will be well into the morning. >> daniel: start with catherine burcham with maggie hassan's campaign. >> reporter: the governor called it a small and sustainable lead with 5,000 votes. but the campaign say they have many more numbers that haven't been previously reported from many small new hampshire towns.
maggie hassan. early returns hassan with a 5-point lead over republican kemy ayotte. ha thank lead waned and shifted. supporters had grim faces and many hugged themselves hearing that a concession speech. hassan sundly took the stage close to 1 a.m. and told the crowd all is not lost. >> there are still votes to count in a lot of small towns. are going to maintain our lead when every vote is in. [cheering] >> reporter: governor hassan told her campaign volunteers and supporters to go home and get some rest. campaign staff say they hope to have more information this morning. in manchester, catherine burcham, fox25 news. >> daniel: check with kell hey ayotte's campaign.
>> reporter: this campaign has been hard-fought, exhausting an not over yet. new hampshire maggie hassan is seeking to hang on to her senate seat. as the votes came in, ayotte held onto a very slim lead, but after midnight, the race and too close to call. senator ayotte thanked supporters and headed home. i asked senator ayotte if she was tis appointed with the way all this turned out, here is what she said. >> it's a close race. we always knew it would be a close race. to make sure all the votes get in. >> reporter: so officially the senate race in new hampshire is not over. the votes are still being count, the ayotte campaign is hoping to have a definitive count later this morning. in concord, new hampshire, bob ward, fox25 news. >> daniel: we are going to have continuing coverage of the election results all morning. as soon as any of the results are updated, we will let you know.
every ten minutes. on the expressway single digits from the braintree plit to the exit to the pike. shiri. >> shiri: tracking the rain chances, 40% chance because the showers are so widely scattered in nature. the hour by hour. breaking news morning. the results are in, donald trump has been elected president. hillary clinton conceded the race early this morning. >> daniel: the presidency wasn't the only thing on the
. this morning donald trump has secured the white house. hillary clinton conceded the race around 2:45 after it became clear that trump would reach the number of electoral votes he needed. trump's victory defied the odds scoring big victories in bat bat states that were leaning toward clinton. the big ballot questions here in massachusetts. question 4 and perhapth voters chose to legalize marijuana by a margin of 8%. yes, 54, no, 46. >> julie: ted daniel went to a watch party in boston and what the results are in the future. >> reporter: they were optimistic of a victory and that is exactly what they got. question 4 passes. makes the use of recreational marijuana in massachusetts legal for people over the age of 21.
to begin smoking and using marijuana december 15, and then the first stores could open by the beginning of 2018. a lot of money spent on this race. about $10 million from both sides. a lot of big names coming out against question 4, but in the end, it passes, and marijuana will be massachusetts. i am ted daniel in boston, fox25 news. the other big question raising the cap on charter schools. you can see the voters said no to expanding carter schools at 62% to 38%. >> daniel: a lot of people had an opinion on this hotly contested measure. fox25's crystal haynes went to the south wednesday for a yes on 2 watch party. >> reporter: certainly a more somber move at jj bowley's, you
drowning their sorrows in some beverages here. the yes on 2 campaign is defeated. the margin for most of evening hovering 40% to the 60% for the no vote. a well-funded campaign with $25 million spent on this yes on 2 side. a total of $41 million total spent in what is being called the most expensive ballot question in state history. in the end, mass voters chose not to lift in the states. we did speak with some voters who say they are just hoping that the future will yield a different result. >> the familiar pain has conceded that the measure has been defeated. >> yeah, yeah. and i -- i firmly believe that whether it is defeated or not defeated, i believe that every parent has the right to deserve
>> reporter: the campaign for yes on 2 is refusing to do interviews at this point, but they did issue a statement calling this a disappointment. for now reporting in the south end, crystal haynes, fox25 news. a quick look at the other ballot questions. question 1 expanding slot machine. a no vote means that licensing will be same. no more slot machine gaming parlors. a developer in revere was behind trying revere trailer park into a casino. >> daniel: question three of farm combines. prevent from having animals in tighten closures. they overwhelmingly supported. room to stand up, lie down, turn around and extend their limbs. logical stop businesses in the commonwealth to stop selling veal, pork and eggs that don't
south of the pike where prey is moving fine. north of the pike, route 1, 93 south a smooth ride. 24 minutes on the pike eastbound. 8 minutes on the expressway approaching the exit for the pike. 20 minutes on 93 south from 49 to the leverett connector. 4:18 right now. meteorologist shiri spear joins thus wednesday morning. such a fantastic day yesterday, but you were tracking rain on the radar. >> i have 70 degrees readings today, back to reality. we are going to have normal temperatures and also got rain moving in. want to give you a little preview. rain totals fling nothing up to a 10th of an inch. the rain that we are talking is going to be light. it is going to be patchy and falling ahead and along this cold front that will be sagging into the area, but a lot of it will fall apart. tough to put a tracker on it because you can see a lot of the showers drying up trying to move into new england at 9 a.m.
to see drizzle in western mass or the fringes of central massachusetts. 9 a.m. into southwestern new hampshire. noontime, slight chance that we will see a shower between worcester an boston. most towns towns and city dry. scattered action from the drive home from work from the north shore, worcester and southeastern massachusetts. not a soaker of a drive home from work, but probably be t the evening, all the showers focus over southeastern massachusetts from plymouth southward by 8 p.m. tonight. this is when we see some of the steadier rains and end up with some of the highest rain totals from the day and island. right now leaving the house. we have got 40s, 30s, 50s on the map. we have a little bit of everything. norwood at 33 degrees. boston at 46. worcester at 50. keene, new hampshire at 30 degrees to start things off.
for the next couple of hours. 6 a.m., 36 degrees. 8 a.m., 37. even late-morning sprinkles in place it will not freeze up. temperatures back to 44 degrees at 10 a.m. and lower 50s this afternoon. lower 50s there. you will find conditions much warmer over southeastern massachusetts today. 32 degrees. and starting pretty close to freezing. temperatures there lower 60s. a 10-degree temperature difference between parts of southern new hampshire and parts of southern around 59 degrees. your any lawrence and ipswich at 59 degrees. 55 in worcester today. 62 in plymouth. 61 in hyannis. those are the spots for steadier evening rain and through the evening hours, before midnight, i do have rain chances out there and clouds will start to break apart. temperatures drop back to the 30s overnight what you wake up to tomorrow. high temps tomorrow, mid and lower 50s. partly sunny skies that will be able to soak up for your thursday.
weekend always in view. a next chance of showers. although slight, coming to town on friday. a high of 57 degrees and more than anything, it looks like the clouds are probably just going to thicken up as this front comes through, but you will see we have a little bit of green on the map. we will have to watch for things staying a little unsettled and even a little cloudy on friday evening as the winds pick up as well. staying windy at 46 and 54 and mostly sunny here on sunday. back to you, guys. >> julie: all right, shiri we are continuing to follow the results of the presidential election. >> daniel: donald trump has been declared president-elect after clinching the number of votes to if gain the white house.
dponz will be the next president of the united states. the race went early not morning and ended when hillary clinton called trump to concede the race. trump's victory was an upset based on the polls. snagged victories in beverly bat bat states that were leaning democrat. >> julie: we will have much more on this election all throughout the morning, but we
a salem police officer and husband of city's police chief will appear in court on sexual assault charges. brian butler was arrested after a complaint at salem district court. he was placed on paid administrative leave as the district attorney investigates. chief mary butler released a message. regardless of who was involved, we must always put our integrity and the service to the public above all as reflects on the solid reputation this department works so hard for build and new this morning, a man is dead after being shot last night on savannah avenue in mattapan. according to the globe, the unidentified victim was shot at least once in the upper body. they say he is it not have a suspect or motive at this time. boston police are asking anyone to give them a call. a lowell father is facing charges accused of shaking his 3-month-old baby girl so hard she now has head trauma. anthony mazelini was arraigned.
little girl kept crying and took the baby under her armpits, held her upside down and shook her. the child has brain injuries and is now having seizures. a man has been september to the hospital wither is news injuries. skyfox flew over the scene near norfolk street just before 4:00 yesterday. the wind chill of that car was smashed on the passenger side. the victim tells fox25 that the victim lives in the neighborhood and that the driver stopped. >> the coast guard is leading the search for a man missing in the gloucester officials tell fox25 that the man was fishing from the rocks at chasm park before 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon when a wave swept him out to sea. another man was also with him but managed to get back on shore. the victim is a man in his 30s from the boston area. the water temperature in boston harbor is in the low 50s. a close call for the pilot of this ultralight plane when it crashed into a local river. it was breaking yesterday morning in our 9:00 hour.
will be the next president of the united states. the unlikely road that is bringing him to the white house. and a hard-fought race in new hampshire still without a victor this morning. the battle for new hampshire's senate seat. heading to the polls, the hopes and fears of the millions of voters who cast their ballot. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> daniel: we are just coming
morning, november 9, i am daniel miller. >> julie: good morning, i am julie grauert. we will get to donald trump's victim flee just a moment but first check in with meteorologist shiri spear who is in the fox25 stormtracker weather center and we will need a little rain gear to start the day. shiri. >> shiri: we have rain coming in later on. right now fog over the cape and islands especially thick over the vineyard. temperature-wise getting things started in the 30s and 40s. the real thick cloud cover as you swing closer to boston. 36 degrees. all of you starting off dry this morning. 50 in worcester. and mid-40s in auburn and leominster. 32 in town send up to 30 degrees. and into rain in place yet, but it is moving toward us. your timeline in boston starts things off at 7 a.m. out of 45 degrees. we get to about 58 here with a lot of clouds at noontime, then this afternoon, we start dealing with the spot showers. 3 p.m. kids coming home from