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>> new hampshire too close to call. >> what can i say. >> gauging reaction this morning at diner as voters digest the news. >> and pot gummy bears are coming to massachusetts but norcharter -- more charter schools are staying out. result of controversial state ballot questions coming up. complete new england news covera >> good morning, everybody, 7:00 on wednesday morning. it is november 9th. we appreciate you being with us this morning. i'm gene lavanchy. >> i'm sara underwood. we got team coverage on stunning presidential victory by donald trump, but first, we say good-bye to the 60 degree temperatures. meteorologist shiri spear says temperatures are back today with what time you will actually need some rain gear. >> i suggest taking it with you. might have to bust out for the
progress. worcester, for example, i got rain moving in by late morning. this is really widely scattered stuff. don't worry, it is all late-morning and all early afternoon. we just got the chances for showers around then in central mass. temperature only into the middle 50s there and going to be a little bit warmer and dryer in boston and break it down when i'm back with you at 10:00. julie grauert now with live drive time traffic this morning checking on slow spots. >> slow spots including the expressway. however, the earlier accident that i brought you live pictures about three minutes ago has cleared out. so that's no longerran issue.
and into somerville. live look at the tobin, this sort of volume will stay with us through at least 9:00 a.m. here are live drive times, 46 minutes on the pike eastbound half hour on the expressway, 49 minutes on 93 south approaching the zakim bridge. back to you. ? ? >> gene: a visibly emotional donald trump making his victory walk accompanied by his family and his campaign staff. reality star and real estate mogul stunning the world with his shocking win to become the forty-fifth president of the united states. >> sara: hillary clinton did not speak publicly last night but mr. trump says she did call to concede the election. and if you stayed up for the long hall, you saw the giant map of red, big battle ground states like florida, ohio, north carolina, pennsylvania and wisconsin all voting for trump.
in berkeley, california, people started vandalizing buildings and cars overnight. so far no violence has been reported here in the boston area. >> sara: meanwhile in new york donald trump's image is lighting up the big apple on the empire state building. new at 7:00, donald trump tweeting for the first time since the victory speech saying such a beautiful and important evening. the forgotten man and woman will never be forgotten again. we will all come together as >> gene: we have team coverage of the election results including reaction to the markets and ballot questions here in massachusetts. we begin first though with fox25 chris flanagan. he is live in new york city this morning where the trump and clinton campaigns got news very early this morning. chris, good morning to you. >> reporter: gene, sara, good morning. we got word 3:00, a little before 3:00 and hillary clinton called donald trump and conceded and congratulated him on victory. donald trump holding his victory
so behind me at the hilton hotel. it was a huge gathering there and it was just huge ovation as donald trump arrived there about 3:00. a little before 3:00 to give his 14 minute speech. show you video now. trump, of course, with no prior political experience heading into this election. defied predictions and one key battle ground states. narrow path to victory and he did it capturing the white house. he broke through the democratic blue wall, ran the election -- electoral map making history. early on it was florida and north carolina. both toss-up states that went his way. then he won ohio, then he won two other key battle ground states, wisconsin and pennsylvania, which put him over the top. the states, they have not voted republican for president since back in 1988. so donald trump had to get the battle ground state and did it
>> now it is time for america to bind wounds of division and get together. to all republicans and democrats and independents across this nation. i say it is time for us to come together as one united people. >> reporter: hillary clinton again did call donald trump conceding and congratulating him on his win and also commended her on her service to america. now, clinton did not give concession speech. we are told she did give one in campaign and give one sometime this morning. they haven't said exactly when, but they said it will be this morning. president obama also congratulating donald trump on his historic win. the two will meet thursday at the white house as they plan
become the forty-fifth president of the united states. live this morning in midtown manhattan chris flanagan, for f5 news. >> sara: in new hampshire the votes are still being counted in the presidential race, plus we still don't have a winner in the tight senate race between republican and incumbent kelly ayotte and massie hassan. -- maggie hassan. we have reaction from voters this morning. michael. sure i fully understood the mindset of the voters so i ordered breakfast as well as i'm interviewing the folks. quite split down the middle and look here in the early morning hours here at the diner and that's because the vote was quite split. from the presidential race, even though we know donald trump is the president-elect at this point, the new hampshire electoral votes are still technically up for grabs. that race too close to call. in the senate race republican
slight lead, about 1,000 or so votes democratic challenger governor maggie hassan but that again is only 93% of the precincts reporting. so that is too close to call as well. we did speak with one trump supporter early this morning who had her red make america great again hat on and she worked throughout the day, starting yesterday morning, to try to bring home victory for her candidate. >> it is i have been up since six or 7:00 this morning and been going straight and just kind of celebrating. i will never forget where i was when we found out that he won. >> michael: again, that six or 7:00 in the morning was yesterday morning. we have those two races that are too close to call. the governor's race not too close to call. that has been called for chris sununu and he will be the next governor of new hampshire.
statewide office. his dad held the governor's seat a couple decades ago and his brother, of course, was u.s. senator in the last decade. so again, this is a situation that we are watching closely, gauging reaction throughout the morning and keep you posted. for now live in manchester, new hampshire, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: 7:08 this morning voters in massachusetts saying yes to pot and no to more charter schools. those are results of contro look at breakdown pot passing by total of 54 to 46% and charter schools were overwhelmingly shot-down 62% to 38%. fox25 jessica reyes continues our team coverage from south station this morning which she is gathering reaction from commuters this morning. good morning, jess. >> jessica: good morning, gene. we are getting a lot of mixed reaction from people here at south station. we know there are a total of four questions on the ballot as you said, but the only one that
marijuana. it was a pretty slim margin, especially as votes were coming in last night. it wasn't called until almost midnight, in fact, but we know that voters in the end did give green light and new law goes into effect next month. as of next month if you feel like going home and smoking a joint, that's no problem here in massachusetts, as long as you're at least 21. voters chose yes on question four last night making recreational poll legal here as of december 15th. fast forward to you will be able to go to the store and buy it. supporters compared it to legalizing alcohol. >> i think one day people should be sitting at the dinner table smoking a joint like they would be drinking a glass of wine. >> those against it including mayor marty walsh and governor charlie baker said it would just lead to problems. >> i don't think that the government needs to be involved in it. >> support for medical but not recreational. >> jessica: question two that was highly debated charter school question. that was also voted down by pretty wide margin.
it. >> jessica: if passed it would have expanded the number of charter schools in the state by up to dozen a year. those that voted yes on two did so because they sid it would provide kids in failing schools chance to get a better education. >> i can speak for myself my daughter one of the students left behind right now academically, and she is struggling. >> jessica: now, of those other two questions on the ballot, question one dealt with would not be getting new slot parlor any time soon and question three with confinement of farm animals and mandate as of january 2022 that farm animals need to be kept in space where they can turn around and stand up. that one by a huge margin last night. one everyone is really talking about this morning is marijuana question. we are actually hearing some pretty serious concerns from people here at south station this morning, including one guy that says he is afraid that massachusetts is now going to be
we will be hearing from him and other people over the next couple of hours. for now live in boston, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: and coverage continues at historic election vote on air and online and website we have donald trump's and mike pence's full speeches and coming up this morning we will dive into the reaction at social media. if you're away from your tv, we will be sending out alerts with any new results throughout the day. >> julie: we track tr minutes. right now your drive time on 93 south right around the 50 minute mark as you head from 495 in andover down to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: 30s and 40s on tap right now, mostly cloudy skies, coming home from work, that's when expect most of the rain to be falling and show you which towns and cities get the steadiest showers coming up next. >> trump win global markets wiping out all the gains from the entire year and reaction
state battle with hillary. globe suspense to the stunner and came with after they realized it was over earlier this morning and two headlines. shock waves felt through the country and the world. boston historian tom wayland joined us this morning with more on shocking outcome. as political historian, rank this one for us, how big of upset is it for us as we have seen with the history of the harry truman beating dewey in 1948 and that came out of nowhere too and now the pollsters are completely screwed things up there. >> gene: maybe need to look at how sampling stuff, but how did he do it? how did this happen and how did donald trump pull this off? >> underestimated white working class voters, swing states like
also he held the republican base. a lot of predictions were that republican women in the suburbs would flock to hillary and that did not happen. >> a lot of closet trump supporters telling one thing and going to the ballot box and doing something else. >> you mean they were lying? shocking. i think that's the case. i think the other thing that we are talking about here is that hillary kind of blew it in the sense that she was a centerrist and centerrist and a lot of liberals were not very excited. neither were african-americans and they felt excluded from the democratic campaign. should have taken someone like cory booker, that might have made it a key difference. >> gene: what are expectations from trump and he sounded consilltary tone and olive branch and how can he bridge the gap and who does he have to reach out to? guessing some of the
appointments might help explain what kind of presidency we are going to have. >> given how close the election is and hillary might win popular vote, needs bipartisan cabinet and plot out of west wing and give hick a major position. >> gene: that's the next question. are the clintons dead now and do you think she would consider serving under donald trump and what possible role would she find in his but who notes. we seen so many crazy twists in this election but don't think chelsea clinton is going to go keep into politics, doesn't seem to have the personality for that so regarding first question, i think the clinton dynasty is essentially dead. >> gene: president obama, what this means, affirmation of first
that's not happening, does this reflect on him in any way? >> it has to. considered a repeedation, trump campaigned on getting rid of the affordable care act, single accomplishment as president also wants to get ready of the paris climate control act and that's one of the biggest foreign policy achievements, so i mean president obama right now is probably taking a couple of aspirins when he woke up this morning because essentially it election. >> gene: now got the white house, the senate, congress, all under republican control. >> more importantly we have superior court -- supreme court seats coming up and two or three more given the ages of the supreme court justices now. so trump's impact might go for decades here in this country. >> gene: clearly historic night donald trump is president-elect of the united states of america. let's check the roadways right now.
>> julie: good morning. 7:18 is time and slow going on the expressway, pretty typical from the braintree split up to around morrissey boulevard. volume building on 95 in the elbow through canton approaching 128. north of the pike the volume is concentrated on 93 south through medford and into somerville. also want to take you out to route 1 in saugus where these conditions will linger with us. this is not from an accident, this is the typical morning rush hour. here are live drive times, 33 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. almost an hour 44 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. shiri, many times throughout the morning, drive times are pretty typical and you're saying as far as temperatures are concerned, this is normal what we are feeling today. >> guess who should be in the 50s this time of year. we should. that's where we are going this afternoon and we are starting out with dry conditions now but got rain on the way this afternoon and giving trace
inch and this is so small in the scope of rain storms and drying up as they inch into western new england this morning and no more one or two sprinkles out across southwestern new hampshire and as morning goes along we will probably see spread into central mass and south central new hampshire but still dry here at 9:00 this morning. whatever breaks you get in the sun, love them while you can and not going to last very noon time mostly cloudy look and spot showers across mass and wouldn't be surprised to see quick sprinkle around boston area and most area will be dry and handful of showers sprinkled on the map here at 5:00 and all shaping up very light and could be in store for steadier rain for southeastern massachusetts during the evening hours but by 8:00 p.m. boston nice and dry and south shore, sought coast,
by the way, a lot warmer in southeastern massachusetts today. not 38? in new bedford. i know it sound cold to start things off, but temperatures go all the way into the lower 60s there this afternoon. mostly cloudy skies, chance for late day showers down there, but keene, new hampshire close to freezing only 33? and actually going to be a good ten? colder this afternoon. high temperatures only climbing into the lower 50s, that's it. you got thicker clouds today, you got a better chance for some morning showers out so temperaturewise 60 in boston and ipswich to 63 in norwood today, 65 in new bedford. but upper 50s will do in lawrence and manchester, new hampshire, only 60 -- 56? out in worcester today, so several spots north and west of boston, just not quite climbing up to the 60s. tonight all about those 30s, that's what you're going to wake up to tomorrow and then we got the low and mid-50s you will be able to enjoy, along with partly sunny skies for tomorrow. 7-day forecast with weekend
period of clouds come through and likely stay dry as next cold front moves across the area and does cool us down for the weekend. saturday's high only 46 with windy clear skies. we got sunday at 54, a little bit warmer and still looking nice and bright. back to you guys. >> sara: donald trump youngest son stealing the show.
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casino right on the massachusetts border. rhode island voters passed state bill to allow twin river to allow hotel casino in tiverton. less than 200 miles from the massachusetts border, another vote was held just in tiverton to approve the plan and unofficially it passed and they haven't counted absentee ballots yet and both slots and table games expect to open in 2018 before the wynn casino everett. sara: when somerville residents went to polls yesterday, they fund the priciest building in massachusetts history. new high school slated to cost $257 million. that is 58 million more than the cost of newton high school. more than half of the building will be funded by the city's taxpayers. the massachusetts school building authority will vote in february on whether to approve the rest of the funding.
complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> sara: next at 7:30, we are waking up to chilly temperatures on this post election wednesday and shiri says we could even see some rain, so get ready for that. >> may want to have the umbrella handy. not right away but have it hand and he that's always a good idea when you're saying there might be some rain. >> shiri: leave the house now and might be happy to head home later on today. 38? in hyannis, 38 in plymouth, whole string of 40s otherwise for the south shore, southcoast, cape and islands, mostly cloud ne but outside of the city we got mid-40s in waltham, 38? in woburn and 36 in millis and in norton this morning. 48 auburn over to shrewsbury and then got 30s on the map from townsend over to nashua over to ashburnham, close to freezing, a little bit of chill in the air for you guys. today's forecast in the boston area counts on mostly cloudy skies here for the morning hours, 9:00 a.m. got us at about 50?, 58 here at noon time today, by 3:00 p.m. i have going to up that risk for showers where the
stuff, not for every single town and city out there. i do have future cast to take you there you it hour-by-hour and show you when your town is at risk for the rain coming up in about ten minutes. julie grauert here now with live drive time traffic checking on roads. >> julie: slow spots route 1 as you approach the tobin bridge. 93 south stop and go starting right after the cloverleaf continuing through medford and into somerville. south of the pike expressway slow no surprise there and things backed up in elbow approaching 128. here are live drive times, 30 minutes on the expressway. 22 minutes on 95 and segment i pointed out approaching 128. 21 minutes on 128 northbound from westwood to the weston tolls. gene and sara, back to you. >> to all republicans and democrats and independents across this nation, i say it is
one united people. >> president-elect donald trump trying to unify divided country during last night's victory speech. >> it was visibly emotional when taking stage with family and staff before 3:00 this morning, and now we are waiting to hear from hillary clinton that went home without speaking to supporters last night. fox25 chris flanagan live in new york city with what we can expect today. good morning, chris. >> reporter: good morning, sara and what we can expect is hillary clinton will give concession speech sometime this morning according to her campaign. they haven't said what time she will indeed give it. as far donald trump nothing officially scheduled but doesn't mean he won't pop out of trump tower and say hello to onlookers and well wishers after being elected president last night. what a sight at hilton hotel, 3:00 gave victory speech that
midtown manhattan and he said he would be the president for all americans after swooping to victory and historic upset and, of course, no previous political experience and defied the predictions and one key battle ground state to capture the white house. that was the key, swing states. he broke through the democrats blue wall and ran table on electoral map and making history in florida and north carolina and broke his way early on and then ohio and then two key wisconsin, pennsylvania and also michigan as he won the white house. here is now -- here now is donald trump in his victory speech. >> work on movement is really now just beginning. we have a great economic plan. we will double our growth and have the strongest economy anywhere in the world. at the same time we will get
willing to get along with us. we will be. we will have great relationships. we expect to have great great relationships. >> reporter: vladimir putin sent congratulations saying he hopes the two can unite and president obama calling and congratulating donald trump on his election last night to become the forty-fifth president of the united >> gene: chris, after the all they plan to meet on thursday. president obama and president-elect trump. can you say awkward? tad uncomfortable to say the least. >> reporter: yeah. i think to say the least. very uncomfortable. of course, president obama campaigning so vigorously for hillary clinton calling donald trump unfit to be president, mocking him for being reality star, calling the joke, so yeah, it could be wee bit
part of the there addition of the outgoing president and tradition coming in with the president-elect as they get down to business and you would imagine they would talk about uniting the country, having the country come together after such decisive year and a half campaign. that's very latest live here in manhattan, i'm chris flanagan, fox25. >> gene: all right, chris. new at 7:00 this morning, governor charlie baker released statement on trump win saying the people of massacse that works collaborative to solve the nation's problems and my hope president-elect donald trump works quickly to unite the country after a decisive -- divisive election and goes on to attack most pressing issues for the state, region and country. charlie baker, of course, going on record saying he was not voting for a candidate in this election. yesterday he did not vote for
following developing news out of new hampshire where hard fought senate race too close to call. michael henrich at famous arrowhead diner in manchester with reaction from voters. good morning, michael. >> michael: good morning to you. reaction so far has been very divided which makes sense because the vote was very divided and speaking with people here this morning getting sense and reaction to the results that have electoral votes have not been settled yet. those are too close to call but we know who the president-elect is going to be and significance doesn't carry the weight as they thought it would coming into the day and senate race is too close to call and it could impact things in the senate, at least during closer votes. republican senator kelly ayotte has about 1500 vote lead right now over the democratic challenger governor maggie hassan, but again, there's 7% of
reported the results and counted the votes. so it is too close to call at this point. we have been speaking with voters as well about the presidential election and this is what some of them had to say. >> say dnc at fault for letting hillary be the nominee. i was planning to vote for bernie sanders the whole time, he was pulling ahead of trump the whole time and nominee over hillary clinton might not have had trump in office. >> how it has already been >> one race that we know the results of, gubinatorial race. the governor elect is chris sununu, raked in 49% of the vote, enough of margin to call the race even with outstanding precincts waiting -- awaiting the results from that his precincts. again, chris sununu, the next governor of new hampshire and keep close eye on senate race throughout the day as we
in the diner in manchester. michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: and for the first time since george w. bush was president in 2004, the republicans have control of the white house, senate and the u.s. house of representatives which means the gop could potentially make some major policy moves. fox25 jacqueline fell live in washington d.c. this morning with closer look at all of this and jackie, the republicans clearly have complete control now in washington d.c. >> a lot of republicans up thinking all right, let's get this going. just because of the republican and white house and control -- republicans control the house and senate doesn't mean that donald trump agendas are going to be on the fast track. a lot of gop candidate won and most of the hotly contested senate races including the most expensive race in pennsylvania but also in florida, ohio and north carolina. new hampshire is still too close to call. likely to be a recount there.
include overturning the affordable care act and nominating a different supreme court justice. political analyst mike tanner says it is still going to be tough for congress to get anything done. >> house republican majority while didn't get reduced by that much pretty miserable for paul ryan who will have to balance moderates and conservative wings. >> reporter: pick up one and a lot of republicans been critical of donald trump during the campaign and even many of them refused to even endorse him are now waking up today eager to start working together with the president elect trump. live in washington, jacqueline fell, fox25 news. >> gene: we have the full speeches of both donald trump and mike pence and if you happen to be away from the tv we will
the fox25 news app. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. right now 128 southbound 48 minute ride as head from route 1 in peabody through woburn and down to the weston tolls. shiri? >> shiri: things slowly warming up and bus stop forecast starts here around 37? and we have mostly cloudy skies and clouds only get thicker from here. so 50 is back on the map by 9:00 this morning, i will show you where we are headed to the sixties and where we get the steadiest rain in minutes. >> gene: 7:40 this morning. a lot of celebrities said they
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>> sara: things stabilized after donald trump spoke after slipping. there's real >> catherine: all eyes on markets here as well and expected they will take a little bit of tumble. question now how dramatic will the shift be and looking perhaps shift may not be as dramatic as it was at first thought. the dow, s&p 500 down three to 2% ahead of the open and dow futures were down more than 800 points earlier and rebounded
points. analysts say investors are concerned about trump's unpredictability and stance and market shifts aren't precedented. most recently after president bush was first elected in 2000 s&p dropped more than 6% and up by 4% after the re-election and index dropped 20% after president obama was first elected in 2008, up by 4% after the 2012 re-election. i have been talking to this morning and here is what one woman said. >> stable, a lot of leaders don't like him and so it is going to be volatile right now, shaking start but they will go up eventually but right now people don't have faith so going down. >> we will continue to talk to people, gather opinions and also keeping close eye on latest from overseas as we await the opening bell on wall street.
catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> sara: fox new releasing exit poll numbers. breaking down voters by race, gender and important issue. for race 58% of white voters supported trump, 37% for clinton. 8% of black voters supported trump, 88% for clinton and here is look at hispanic latino vote, 29% supported donald trump, 65% for clinton. as for gender a bit closer 42% of women supported trump with 54% to clinton and 53% of men supported trump, 41% for clinton and surprising statistic here. trump received 58% support from white women voters and clinton just 37. nonwhite women 21% supported trump and 74% for clinton. now, here are the big issues. lots of support for trump immigration, 64% for clinton 32
trump's business experience clinton won out on the economy with 52% of the vote. foreign policy a big win for clinton, 60 points to 34 and this morning pollsters trying to figure out what went wrong. hillary clinton going into yesterday's election with comfortable lead. the only national poll to get the presidential race right was the l.a. times. officials told usa today that they conducted surveys online they say more people may have been comfortable voicing their support of president-elect on the web. other experts suggest the news of clinton's fbi investigation may have come too late for pollsters to notice its impact. donald trump's youngest son is now internet star after struggling to stay awake during the dad's victory speech. started new hashtag based off of trump exhaustion including make america sleep again.
slogan. accidental eye rolls and some stray yawns led on that he was pretty exhausted there. it was likely a long night for the ten-year-old. it was 3:00 a.m. before the president-elect took the stage. i think any ten-year-old would be exhausted, julie. >> julie: yeah, let's give him a break. he has four years to be in the public eye where we were broadcasting that this morning and notice that he did look a little sleepy. good morning, everyone. south of town on route 3 and a little bit route 18. 95 no complaints there. overall this morning it has been a relatively mellow commute and still seeing heavy volume though on the expressway, braintree split past the gas tank and up to columbia road. 22 minutes rubino threat 228 to the split and 19 minutes on 24, pretty typical half hour ride on braintree split to columbia road. back to you.
today and front that is not looking very potent. moving right now into western new england and spilling in just a couple springstein in the areas like western mass, southern vermont but most of these showers are just going to shift to the south and we are going to be left with just spot showers at best. so a little hour-by-hour look with future cast here because 9:00 a.m. comes along, temperatures back into the 50s in most spots, counting on overcast skies most of the day. whatever breaks in the clouds you see you better relish them while they last because they are not going to last very by late-morning we have the slight risk for some sprinkles out into central mass or southern new hampshire but again, that is going to be the exception. the rule is going to be mostly dry conditions today. so boston looking at some spot showers here for the afternoon and evening commute and peppered on radar, it is not widespread rain that we are coping with but wet roads and 50s going later on today so it could lead with couple slow spots out there. steadiest rain of all is going
hours over southeastern massachusetts and south shore, southcoast cape and islands as we head into eight to about 11:00 tonight. steadiest rain mostly light out there but end up with the greatest rain total probably around tenth of inch. it is no the a lot but what i have in the forecast. 60 today in boston, bedford and a little bit warmer south of the city to the north and west and 50s ruling in worcester and southern new hampshire and this afternoon lots of clouds clouds kind of break apart overnight tonight and 30s by the time you wake up tomorrow morning for the overnight lows and start a little bit cloud cover and brighten up as we go. low and mid-50s for thursday which is completely normal. average high 54, tomorrow's high 54?, tiny bit of warm-up here on friday but temperatures really go down with cold front coming through friday night and by the weekend we just got some very chilly wake-up temperature, it
probably going to have wind chills that get stuck in the 30s most of the day. little town by town look at forecast with 40s across southern new england saturday, 50s back in town on sunday as it stays mosquito. back over to you guys. >> sara: hillary clinton's campaign was so confident that they were going to win the crucial swing states, but it didn't happen. coming up at 8:00, take a closer look at why the mr. you states from 2012 turned red.
evader gave up and ended up winning the state by more than eight points. clinton's alma mater wellesley college many students as you can see were in tears as night dragged on and it became clear she would not be the next president. before trump arrived at campaign party in new york city, crowd already gathered outside the white house and things quickly got out of hand as trump and clinton supporters got into shouting matches about comments on campaign trail and trump gave victy streets of berkeley, california and see in the video here a broken shop window toppled trash cans and even smashed up cars. one person was even hit by a car and seriously hurt when the protesters headed out to highway. while some protested others looked to get out and canadian immigration website crashed last night. if you are thinking about moving to canada, don't pack up stuff just yet, you need a permanent residency card before moving and
miller, fox25 news. >> gene: a lot of people threatened to move out either way here. canada going to have to deal with that. >> 7:56. pot now legal here in massachusetts but still a lot of questions ab next. coming up at 8:00, we are talking in studio with local police chief about how law enforcement will handle the new law. >> and so far this month running
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to call. >> sara: lighting up is now legal. how legalizing marijuana will affect the commonwealth. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> at 8:00 we are local and lockdown covering what happened yesterday with the election. presidential election, of course, all the ballot questions that affect everybody here in massachusetts as well. so good morning, everybody, appreciate you being with us this morning. i'm gene lavanchy. >> i'm sara underwood. presidential victory by donald trump but first we say good-bye to the 60 degree temperatures. meteorologist shiri spear says temperatures are back to normal today and fox25 stormtracker weather center with rain gear that well need for today. >> shiri: rain gear good idea later on and a lot of showers petering out as they tempt to get into new england. no more than a quick little sprinkle out toward concord, new hampshire. otherwise the rest of the map is dry, we just got a lot of clouds out there right now.
beverly, 40 in norwood, 43 in hyannis and temperatures at 49? in fitchburg and there you can see again up near manchester and concord and sprinkles of your own and don't think it will be raining whole time but i think could see passing shower late-morning and into the afternoon. temperatures hitting 55? for the high in worcester early this afternoon and up it is actually going to lower the temperatures. temps a little bit warmer, conditions a little bit dryer in boston, take you out there coming in a come minutes. now send things over to julie grauert. >> things a little bit slow on expressway as you head from the intranet pilot up to columbia road but not the accident, just usual morning congestion. north of the pike starts to see things and slow through the lexington area. 93 backed up as you head through
saugus, i pointed them out hour ago and they are going to stay with us, bumper-to-bumper approaching lynn fells parkway. we are in the red in the drive times, 39 minutes on route 1, 46 minutes on 93 south, 48 minutes on 128 southbound from peabody to the weston tolls. >> i love this country. >> sara: unprecedented campaign strategy led to shocking election night. president of the united states. >> gene: real estate mogul accepted the win last night in new york city. hillary clinton did not speak publicly but donald trump says she called and conceded. >> sara: if you stayed up for the long hall trump won big in battle ground states like florida, pennsylvania and ohio. >> gene: this morning team coverage on election 2016 continues. start with fox25 chris flanagan live in new york city where hillary clinton is expected to speak sometime this morning.
>> learned from the clinton campaign hillary clinton will speak at 9:30 to staff and supporters at new yorker hotel. again, hillary clinton expected to speak 90 minutes at new yorker. meanwhile last night or early this morning donald trump speaking to his supporters at hilton hotel midtown manhattan 3:00 this morning and that room was jampacked full. he said he would be the to victory and historic upset. of course, no previous historical experience, defied the predictions and key was winning swing states, battle ground states to capture the white house. he broke through the democrats blue wall, ran table on the electoral map making history as florida, north carolina, both toss-ups early on, broke his way, ohio, michigan and then two big key battle ground states,
those two states hasn't voted for republican since 1980s and after suffolk professor decisive election, trump early this morning urging the country to come together and >> time to come together as one united people. >> reporter: trump sent out first tweet as president elect hour or so ago. such beautiful and important evening. forgotten man and woman will never be forgotten again and all come together as never before. president obama has also called and reached out to donald trump congratulating him on victory and meet for the transition and
address the supporters and staff at 9:30 here in new york. that's very latest live from manhattan, chris flanagan, fox25 news. >> sara: we are following developing news in new hampshire where the votes are being counted for the presidential race as well as the senate. republican incumbent kelly ayotte and maggie hassan fought a tight race. these are the latest numbers right here and fox25 michael henrich is live at the red arrow diner in manchester with reaction from the >> presidential race too close to call but turns out it doesn't matter in the big picture. we know who the president elect will be. still it is talk of the morning here at the red arrow diner here in manchester and also on the tip of everybody's tongue is senate race, which is too close to call and obviously that is more consequential at this point to new hampshire voters.
senator kelly ayotte and slight lead precinct reporting and 1500 vote lead and not substantial enough to make a projection. of course, leading democratic governor maggie hassan at this point. back to the presidential race for a second though. we have spoken to divided group of diners here, much like the electorate was divided yesterday. >> people with disabilities, people who identify as people of color, minorities, people of different religion that aren't of the status quo, i'm heartbroken for everybody. >> looks like working folk are just mad at being told what to do and kicking the system and i'm psyched. >> michael: chris sununu
father, of course, was governor, his brother a former u.s. senator. close eye on senate front and keep the finger to the polls here of the new hampshire voter morning after election today. live in new hampshire, michael henrich, fox25 news is it. >> gene: voters saying yes to pot and no to more charter schools. breakdown pot passing count 54% to 46, charter overwhelmingly shot down and getting reaction for commuter this morning. jess, good morning. >> of the four ballot questions, one hearing a lot about this morning is the one that deals with marijuana. you know, it did pass last knit and announced around midnight and you can start to expect to see changes pretty soon. as of december 15th, just about a month from now, it will officially be legal here in
here. you can have 10-ounces at home and that's more than any other state allows at home that has already legalized it. it will be off limits in public and legal age will be 21 and as of january 2018 it will be sold in stores. this is really the question as i said everyone is talking about this morning, everybody seems to have an opinion and we are getting a lot of mixed reactions and >> massachusetts will be the pot capital of the world and i think we should be prepared for that. >> i think it is a good idea. keep people more quiet than alcohol. >> >> jessica: people comparing it to alcohol and others that voted no on question four, we were concerned it could add to the states already crippling addiction issues.
that was voted down and it was voted down in a pretty -- by pretty big margin if it had been passed, it would have allowed up to 12 additional charter schools in massachusetts a year. question one also did not pass, meaning won't have any additional slot parlors here in massachusetts any time soon and question three that did pass by a huge margin. that dealt with confinement of farm animals, basically mandate they have on the room to turn around and stand up. so all very good questions. mix of reactions here this morning and hear from more people here on fox25 news. >> sara: historic election on air and online and on website we have donald trump and mike pence's full speeches. coming up this morning dive into the reaction in social media and
throughout the day. >> 93 southbound right now looking at 47 minute ride 495 in andover to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: early peak at weekend forecast. look at how cold things are turning saturday and sunday with 40s on tap for saturday highs. i will show you warmer temperatures and some wetter weather we got to get through first next. >> sara: donald trump's win se over night. what it means for your 401(k) and how acceptance speech may have conned wall street. voters here you brush your teeth diligently... two times a day right?
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up passing? >> i think a lot of people had to weigh how they felt about it by what the facts were that were out there and meade and presentations that they saw across the state. and made a decision. i wish it went the other way and in this case it didn't. >> what's the biggest concern law enforcement being law here in massachusetts? >> biggest major concern is oui and drunk driving because there will be uptick in that because it was in colorado and washington and don't have good mechanisms in place to be able to deal with it as well. other issue are youth and that was always my motivation i think as public safety official we have obligation to protect the youth and i didn't think this was a good proposal to be able to protect them from it because
>> gene: get back to the drugged driving. how do you know? there's a breathalyzer for someone that's driving drunk. how do you confirm someone driving under the influence of marijuana. >> very difficult. officers have to make call out on the field and don't have standard field sobriety testing for just marijuana. a lot of times what office dose right now use the same field sobriety testing for oui alcohol and different outcomes in measuring, so it is no the really an effective tool to be using right now but they do it and don't have implied set limits that somebody could be out as far as thc in the system to determine that they are impaired. we don't have permissible inference standards to bring that amount to court and judge could determine. >> gene: a lot of gray area and determine what was driving
marijuana. >> problem it is is not a diagnosis and doing a checklist of indicators that person is displaying and if they -- courts don't really accept it and no judicial standard to accept it in the courts, it really puts in difficult situation. >> gene: big head sounds like for you guys. question, kind of strange and legislature needs to take look at it and tweak some things, what would you like to see the legislature tighten up in the
ballot. >> because we allow the construction process and thc, the shattered dabs and that kind of thing, cultivation home explosion and use in butane gases and bootleg wiring and not good ventilation and see explosion so major public safety issue on that side of it. if we were going to deal with it, maybe the amounts allowing six to 12 plants in a home is just extravagant. harder. >> got a lot harder. proponents say it is going to be easier but going to be a nightmare. >> gene: some guy could be in center of walpole on bench smoking marijuana joint and cub scouts and whoever is walking by, that is that's the way it is. >> public use by law you may be able to deal with that but -- everything will be unenforceable and difficult to take action on things where we really opened
massachusetts. >> gene: interesting. voters 54% said bring it on. >> yes. >> gene: going to be the law. chief carmichael and final tale 54% and 46 on question legalizing marijuana. >> thank you for having me. >> gene: julie, get over to the roads. >> julie: 8:17 and over all this morning a manageable commute. typical volume on 128 south through to get through medford and into somerville. south of the pike expressway is slow spot from the braintree split up through neponset in columbia road and you can see pretty typical steady volume in gas tank. here are live drive times, 42 minutes on pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. half hour on the expressway. 46 minutes on 93 south from andover down to the leverett connector. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and i know you're tracking pretty typical
afternoon. >> shiri: spot showers few hundred inch of rain and tenth inch of rain over southeastern mass, that tells me showers falling apart as they come through and exactly what i'm seeing on radar this morning,o got cold front, it is trying to stir up the showers but so much of the energy and moisture will ride to the south that we are only left with the chance for rain today in some communities. seeing it not all, late-morning going to as it moves toward central mass and southern new hampshire. we don't have much green on the map and during the afternoon we tap into some here and there showers across central and eastern mass and southern new hampshire and 5:00 p.m. not very many showers but enough to make roads heading home and evening hours, this is probably when we see the steadiest stuff and best chance would be south of boston, even from plymouth down to new bedford and over the
and steadier light rain this evening and temperaturewise here pretty decent range. new bedford at 42 right now we have the clouds on increase and tends to run mostly cloudy today but got showers reaching you pretty late, closer to about 4:00 p.m. and continuing this evening. check out the highs before the rain moves in. how about some lower 60s. that's actually going to be a lot like what we saw yesterday and pretty what remember there and that's where we have a big difference in the temps from what we had yesterday, k new hampshire 35, mostly cloudy now. temperatures here only getting into the lower 50s. it is going to be a cooler day by lunchtime you could see we have a couple sprinkles around by the evening commute, it is going to be dry again. so right in the middle i got boston at about 61, 60 in ipswich and 64 in norwood, warmer south of the city to the north though we got spots like lawrence and worcester and manchester, new hampshire all stuck in the 50s for the day ahead.
mid-50s as we mentioned where we should be. 7-day forecast with weekend always in view and got friday clouds to get through. cold front coming there you and don't see it bringing us very much rain and generally dry forecast and going to stir up winds and cooler temperatures here especially for your saturday at 46?. 54 on sunday as it stays mosquito and very little rain in whole 7-day forecast i will keep things nice and dry through tuesday of next week. back to you guys. >> sara: all right. we weren't the only ones donald trump's youngest son had trouble staying awake during the dad's acceptance speech. how the struggle to keep his
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also had katherine clark setting moulton and all winning unopposed. >> sara: rhode island voters passed stated bill to allow twin river to build another hotel and casino in tiverton. less than 200 yards from the massachusetts border. another vote held tiverton to approve the plan and unfishly passed and election officials haven't counted the absentee ballots just have slots and table games and expected to open in 2018 before the wynn casino opens in everett. when somerville residents went to the polls yesterday they voted to fund the priciest school building in massachusetts history. the city's new high school slated to cost $257 million. that is 58 million more than the cost of newton north high school. more than half of the building will be funded by the city's taxpayers. the massachusetts school building authority will vote in february on whether to approve
>> shiri: rain chances back in the forecast for today, only going 40% chance because it is going to be so widely scattered, hour-by-hour look with future cast coming up in about ten minutes. be noisy. be silent. be near. be far. be joyful. be together. celebrate joy with dunkin's holiday-flavored coffees, espressos, and donuts. america runs on dunkin'.
complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> sara: now at 8:30, cool start to the morning, temperatures get back to normal today, shiri says cloudier and rain in the forecast. picture looks nice. >> we talked about this before, but still stuns me how many still on the trees. >> shiri: meantime lost every leaf in my yard. >> gene: greater boston area, is it fall? >> shiri: trying to hang on to it a little bit longer. temperatures, of course, a little bit milder in the city and a little bit later and temperature right now how about 40s in cape and islands and clouds and nothing more and started with fog lifted and
wayland, 38 still in millis. we got worcester already in the lower 50s, upper 40s in auburn and shrewsbury and 38? townsend and nashua. here is band of rain, we will be watching it closely, hasn't moved very much and much assess getting into new england so for the boston area today and forecast mostly dry 10:00 a.m. temperature at 54?, upper 50s close to 60 at noon time today, 3:00 p.m. slight risk of some passing showers here during the afte that you would see the rain and couple showers around but dry again by 7:00 this evening, so i will time out the rain where you live coming up in a couple minutes. julie grauert back now with live drive time traffic. take it away, julie. >> julie: shiri, good morning. d loin d branch expressing minor westbound delays because of minor train at fenway. out to the maps where i'm seeing pretty typical commute, 93 south slow going from medford into somerville. 128 south volume building as
and right around neponset and as far as the pike make it into brighton area that's where we are starting to see the heavier volume. live drive times, 39 minutes on the peek eastbound and approaching mass ave and expressway 46 minutes on 93 south approaching the leverett connector. back to you. >> donald trump sending out first tweet as president-elect. the tweet never be forgotten again and all come together as never before. >> sara: based on campaign this is just the first of long list of tweets from the billionaire president but all is still quiet from hillary clinton's campaign. fox25 chris flanagan live in new york city where clinton is expected to speak within the hour. chris? >> reporter: hillary clinton expected to speak at 9:30 in
supporters and give concession speech which she did not do late last night, never did make an appearance at her rally when she was hoping, of course, it would be victory party. meanwhile donald trump's victory party behind me at hilton hotel about a block behind me, it was a thunderous ovation when walked on the stage there and swept victory in this historic upset over the white house. trump broke through blue wall, ran the table on electoral map making states and that's exactly what he did. florida approximate north -- anh carolina toss-up and ohio and then michigan two more key battle ground states in wisconsin and pennsylvania so swept through the upper midwest, path to victory and trump now after winning last night. >> while the campaign is over
we have a great economic plan. we will double our growth and have the strongest economy anywhere in the world. at the same time we will get along with all other nations willing to get along with us. we will have great relationships. we expect to have great, great relationships. >> reporter: russian pled vladimir putin and hopes two countries can unite and come together. president obama also offering congratulations in donald trump and called him after he won and also called hillary clinton last night or early this morning and trump and president obama will meet tomorrow in the oval office to discuss the transition of power. sara? >> sara: beginning of the
and unrestrained and stayed on message and might need to continue this type of speech going forward. >> rallies in the last week and a half in new hampshire, very scripted, kept between the guard rails, if you will, and did not go off message and very focused. you know, so many times over the course of the campaign wh h that's when he got in trouble and using teleprompter and campaign and handlers wanted him to bulk down, stay to script,
>> gene: protesters developing across the country after results of the presidential race were announced this march in university of oregon, hundreds of students took to the streets last night, chanting and shouting disapproval of president-elect donald trump and state of oregon backed hillary clinton in the race for president. oakland, california and protesters broke car window and set vehicles on fire. at least one protester hit by a car. no word yet on that person's condition. >> we are still following developing news in new hampshire where a hard fought senate race is still too close to call. fox25 michael henrich is live in manchester now. michael, we can only manage that
ayotte and maggie hassan are anxiously awaiting results. >> i'm sure doing something similar to what i'm doing right now, which is refreshing the election page results here nonstop and in the last half hour or so, a couple more percentage points of precinct come in and 95% of precinct reporting and that senate race still has republican incumbent kelly ayotte with 1,000 or so vote advantage over her democratic ch maggie hassan and talking about that and all the raises here at red arrow diner in manchester, new hampshire throughout the morning and we have also been talking, of course, about president elect donald trump and getting people's rehabilitation to -- reaction to the big news. >> i'm psyched. you know, it is -- if all else it is just for the supreme court justices. you know, judges are so
i was waiting for hillary to win and never happened so i'm disappointed. >> michael: electoral votes are still up for grabs, the race is too close to call but we know who the president-elect will be with or without new hampshire's support. another big race in new hampshire, the governor's race is settled. chris sununu will be sworn in next governor of the granite state. live henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: republicans have control of senate, house and president and closer look at how the democrats came up short. good morning, jackie. >> reporter: good morning. democrats needed handful of seats to take control of the senate and even though some of those races are still being counted, republicans are in charge, at least for the next
hotly contested senate races. pennsylvania, florida, north carolina and ohio. new hampshire is still too close to call and likely to be a recount there and with republican president and gop controlled house and senate, democrats will have a challenge stopping the gop. some of the priorities with republicans are likely to include overturning the affordable care act and nominating a different supreme court justice. missouri republican senator roy blunt says he quick accident. >> a republican president and republican senate and republican house can do things to change this country and focus again on opportunity. >> democrats did pick up one seat and mark kirk in illinois and they needed -- democrats needed to capture five seats to take control of the senate. democrats did pick up at least seven seats in the house.
majority. reporting live in washington, jacqueline fell, fox25 news. >> heaviest on zakim so far this morning and morning commute we aren't quite have through it yet, have look at drive times on 93 in few minutes. first here is shiri. >> shiri: high temperature 54 to 60?. we are tracking spot showers, got the timeline on those ahead in about ten minutes but it will be warmest over massachusetts. >> gene: it is now 8:39. man of few words expected to talk this morning. coming up at 9:00, bill belichick weekly news conference and anything to say about the election and support for president-elect. >> sara: everyone has a lot of questions this morning how reality star became president. coming up next we talk to former massachusetts state treasurer to get insight into what happened last night and what will happen
? ? >> sara: all eyes will be on the stock market when it opens in less than two hours. last night race still up in the air, futures were down as much as 800 points and foreign markets also saw a but things did stabilize after donald trump spoke. catherine parrotta in the financial school district this morning where there's some worries this morning, catherine. >> catherine: asian markets closed in the red, also the peso fell against the u.s. dollar 8% or so, initially 12% and rebounded slightly. european markets opened lower this morning and, of course, all eyes are on wall street as we await the opening bell today. it is expected the markets here at home will take a hit.
question. although not looking as it could be as bad as people once thought. now, the dow, s&p 500 and nasdaq all down two to 3% and dow futures down and they have rebounded slightly and off 300 points. analysts say investors are concerned about trump's uppredictability as well as antitrade stance. market shifts after election aren't unprecedented and most recent after president bush elected in more than 6% and up by 4% in re-election and index dropped when president obama was elected in 2008 and up by 4% after the 2012 re-election and talking about the market fluctuation and here is what one man. >> reaction just turns around and comes back. >> would you worry about the impact of yourself at all. >> not long-term. i think it is just a reaction.
where it was going for hopefully. >> catherine: consensus on the street anyway people expected to see drop in markets today, hoping it won't be long-term. again, see what the markets do once opening bell happens at 9:30. of course, we will be monitoring the situation. for now live here in financial district, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> gene: for more reaction on donald trump stunning upset. monday morning quarterback, former commonwealth joe malone. always great to see you. >> humbled to be in your presence. gene: stunned, shocked, surprised, pleased, disappointed, which one of those if all reply to your reaction. >> reminded 1980s olympics do you believe in miracles. i think that's a lot of people that supported donald trump feeling today and i think it is a great day for america, really do and i think the american
washington, political class we are not going to be dictated to them by them and this is going to be a case where we take back our government. it is a good -- >> gene: he did it, tapped into the emotions and anger? >> i was in manchester the night before and grew up in waltham and saying to myself these are the type of people they give you the shirt off their back, decent hard working people, play by the rules and in them down. veteran and guy can't get the right treatment at veterans hospital, police officer there who's dedicated and other people trying to run a small business and taxed and regulated and obamacare to the point where they can barely survive and wanted something new, fresh and exciting and hillary clinton wasn't it and donald trump. >> gene: big divide there
exists and bring everybody back under the tent if you and wants to do. >> i think it is a sign of things to come and someone unites, not divides and when you're trained as politician and conditioning over a long career, like 30 years, it is like no, can't do that, can't reach out to them because senator so-and-so doesn't shouldn't show them too close to them and take down barriers and mr. gorbachev, take down the wall. he said i'm putting it in the speech. >> and still talking about it, 35, 40 years later. >> listen to the bureaucrats you got to say play within the parameters. >> gene: also divide within the republican party and all of
slapped, donald, what are we going to do? they are going to line up behind him now? >> they will try but i think it will be no, you used to be in the front row, you come in the arena but you're not going to be in the front row and not going to wild all the influence you used to wild. this is time to bring fresh approach and that's what reagan did in '80. >> gene: you were close to h >> i loved him. thank god he came to america as president when he did and i think what you will see all the lobbyist and all of those insiders in washington, they will be scared to death this morning because they are the establishment that fought him every step along the way and this is a guy who will surround himself i think with the rudy giulianis and with people like ben carson and so forth. good team of people. >> gene: joe, as always, we appreciate your insight.
gene: look at commute going on wednesday morning. julie, how is it looking? >> julie: everybody at home just getting all the news about the election because overall things have been pretty light and quiet out there. we are seeing typical volume on the expressway from the braintree split up to columbia road. 128 though looks fine as you head from dedham through needham and up to the wellesley area and then over to weston. we have a new accident, this is 93 south near route 16 and route 60 in medford. and still heavy volume on here are those live drive times, 31 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 51 minutes on 93 south almost 40 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and, shiri, most of the traffic cams have been a little overcast throughout the morning. will that be staying with us? >> shiri: stick with us and showers stubborn and showers will struggle and couple showers in western mass and inch toward western mass and eastern mass
degree, so future cast here i could see by noon time, a little bit of rain in worcester, slight chance in boston, temperatures mid to upper 50s with a ton of includes for those of you not seeing the showers. again, really patchy action here at 5:00 p.m. drive home from work, temperatures in the lower 50s by 8:00 this evening. steadiest rain ends up developing south of boston, south shore, southcoast cape and islands that's where got little evening rain and this is probably the steadiest that i have all day. so this afternoon high temperatures lower 60s boston and bedford and beverly, a little bit warmer with some mid-60s over southeastern mass and then cooler points north and west like the merrimack valley, southern new hampshire, central massachusetts. we are overall temperatures will rise just into the 50s this afternoon and we got 30s back in town by tomorrow morning, it is going to be a cool start to the day, nothing unusual for november standards and high temperatures tomorrow low and mid-50s. although we got a little patchy cloud cover tomorrow morning. things end up clearing out, it is going to be nice turn around,
at where we are tomorrow, 54?. a little bit of warm-up here on friday and cold front comes through and temperatures come crashing down into the weekend and i don't see that cold front bringing us very many showers though so 7-day forecast with the weekend always in view. we got some spotty rain today, not everybody gets in on that. 54 here tomorrow and partly sunny, and then for the friday, we got the cold front i was mentioning at 57?, spot showers possible along front, but overall i think th going to come through with just a period of clouds and gusty winds and also windy to start off the weekend at 46? and sunny on saturday sunday few more clouds at 54.
>> gene: one-by-one swing states went your way and expectations how it voted based on polling information. fox25 daniel miller is in the newsroom to show us which states went from blue to red on that electoral map. >> donald trump went number of must win states like ohio, florida, north carolina and what he also did that people were not quite predicting is take a victory in states that are typically blue. now, this is the electoral map from the president-elect night and on left is from 2012 and last night president-elect won in pennsylvania and wisconsin and pennsylvania and wisconsin but let's go back to 2012 and president obama had the states and you can see here they are blue. and election last election voters in florida and ohio lean blue as you could see from the map here but as we saw last night, both states voted for
screen here. experts believe trump had a narrow path to victory but it turned out to be a very broad one. this is something pollsters will be talking about in the days to come and how everyone got it so wrong. in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sara: this just in, hillary clinton postponing public appearance until 10:30 and bring it to you live when it happens. >> gene: still ahead on fox25 news, live in new york city where we will have more on historic win for donald trump. plus the full recap night's wild night and what we can expect from be noisy. be silent. be near. be far. be joyful. be together. celebrate joy with dunkin's holiday-flavored coffees, espressos, and donuts.
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this morning. >> daniel: waiting for all the votes to be complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> good morning, wednesday, november 9th, i'm daniel miller. >> julie: i'll julie grauert. waiting it the hear from bill belichick from last night's election and take you live to his news conference in just a