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unfolded in billerica. police and state troopers have been investigating for hours. >> jessica: baby found dead in marlboro and two adults unresponsive. >> it is sad when a baby is involved. >> sara: trump protests turned into riot. the arrest made across several cities and what the president-elect is saying about the >> gene: 24 hours after the election upset. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: it is november 11th , and also veterans day, so thank you who have served and currently serving. i'm genevieve philip. >> sara: i'm sara underwood.
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chilly weather is moving in for the weekend. let's move for shiri spear and stormtracker weather center with gusting conditions by lunchtime and central and northern in thinked and all end up seeing clouds early morning and fitchburg and nashua with temperatures close to 50? already. 48 in boston and 49 in plymouth and this is a fairly comfortable start to the day. hour-by-hour forecast in lowell and this is going to apply to many of you out there, 9:00 a.m. temperatures at 51?, by 11:00 a.m. 53 and this is when we tap into some passing clouds, mixing with the sun, not totally overcast, just not bright and blue and into the afternoon temperature crashing down examine 49? in lowell by 3:00 this afternoon, with clear skies but the cooling, windy
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morning tomorrow and show you how brutely cool the weekend will start coming in a couple minutes. julie is back now with live drive time traffic in the commuter rail. >> julie: service suspended from today through sunday and entire line and doing some work on a bridge in west roxbury. so we head out to the roads, i think you're going to like what we have to see, right now a a lt of green on our maps, new accident on route 1 southbound as you parkway and overall volume so light and no traffic flow which means they are taking advantage of veterans day, spending time not in traffic. here are live drive times, 23 minutes on the pike eastbound, still single digits on the expressway. this is just crazy at 7:00 a.m., 22 minutes on 128 southbound. back to you. >> gene: we begin with the breaking news out of billerica this morning where the police
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criminal on this street and spent much of the night on the scene. >> sara: michael henrich is live on rogers street where parts of the road were shut down most for the early morning, michael. >> michael: they opened the road back up the last 45 minutes or so and right here at rogers and call street and look at some of the video shot shortly after police were initially called to the scene at about 9:45 last night, you can see the flurry of activity going on, the police tape blocked off the entire prop street and they did shut down the road, detoured folks throughout the neighborhood at the intersection. the question is why. all police would confirm to us is some sorted of incident took place and that they would be prepared to release more information on monday at lowell district court. we are, of course, working to find out more than that in the short-term and as soon as we get that update we, of course, will bring to you right away.
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>> sara: we are also following breaking news on the west coast where another night of anti-trump protest turned into riots. this is video from portland, oregon. wewhere at least 26 people were arrested for disturbing the peace. in auckland, california, several protesters taken into custody for blocking the major highway. and joins us in the studio with closer look at violence. >> daniel: portland, oregon say it was a riot, not protest in the street. thousands of people were marching and chanting against melania donald trump. it was a string of violence and vandalism, people are seeing throwing trash cans and other objects at police. at one point the protesters made
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passing. one woman was trying to drive through the streets when someone apparently used a bat to smash her windshield. you can see the shattered glass in this video. the woman is is crying obviously very upset but tells police she wasn't hurt, and she wasn't alone. other drivers had similar stories too. she had message for the protesters after she was finally able to get away. >> you're acting like donald trump. >> they were walking by and beating on window, spitting on us. one of them smashed my tires, front passenger tire and tried to break the window. >> police detained several people from the riots. portland wasn't the only city. other places had protests and we would be keeping an eye on donald trump's twitter account and within the last 45 minutes, love the fact the small group of protesters last night have passion for the great country. we will all come together and be proud. trump also tweeted last night
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were unfair and insighted by the media. we will keep you updated on the breaking news all morning. in the newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sara: meanwhile president obama said he and successor in waiting donald trump had an excellent conversation during the first meeting at the white house yesterday. mr. trump called the president a very good man. the 90 minute meeting in stark contrast in vicious attacks on the campaign trail that dominated the election season but both sides say that is behind them now and stressed the need >> we now are going to want to do everything we can to help you succeed because if you succeed then the country succeeds. >> i very much look forward to dealing with the president in the future. >> sara: away from the cameras first lady michelle obama and soon to be first lady melania trump met in private. neither of them have addressed the media afterward but we
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interview on 60 minutes this sunday. >> gene: 7:06, following developing news out of marlboro and investigating death of two-month-old baby found inside this home. two adults also found unconscious and remain hospitalized this morning. jessica reyes is live at the scene where neighbors are stunned by this news. good morning, jess. >> jessica: good morning, gene. yeah, police got to the house across the street here around noon yesterday to find an awful scene inside. the two adults were unconscious with the infant to the hospital where it was later pronounced dead. >> can't make anything out involving my child, i believe. >> jessica: a grim scene found in marlboro thursday and police found around noon to find two adults and baby unresponsive. >> don't like the idea of the baby. don't understand why it would happen. >> jessica: middlesex d.a. isn't saying what happened here, two adults it be 23-year-old man
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treated at the hospital. the globe is reporting a young woman around the age conscience and young man being seen taken on nut handcuffs. jasmine says the woman was a classmate of hers at marlboro high school. >> she is pretty quiet to herself. i truly don't know the full story but i thought they were pretty all set at the family. >> i believe they were boyfriend and girlfriend from what i understand. there was a couple different young woman that lived in there and so there was a grandmother, motor and then a younger i do believe. >> jessica: nicole lives' few houses down stunned to hear what happened on her street. >> always said hi when walked by her, nothing order or bad and very simple. >> jessica: we have reached out to the middlesex d.a.'s office to learn more about what exactly happened to the baby and why the adults were found unresponsive here. as soon as we get any new information i will pass it along to you. live in marlboro, jessica reyes,
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>> sara: police in bourne looking to find a man that attacked a teenage girl that walked to the bus stop. this happened near purton and aldbury road yesterday afternoon and tells fox25 the 14-year-old never saw it coming. >> choked her, put her to the ground and no way for her to defend herself. >> police say the man took off when a woman saw what was happening and ran to help. the suspect is described or 30s. he was driving an older model sedan that was either blue or gray. >> gene: high-speed police chase ended in worcester neighborhood. man and warm stole a car in putnam, connecticut and then crashed. they flagged down a car for help and stabbed two women inside. they then took off in the second stolen car and police continued to chase them into massachusetts. suspect sideswiped a couple of cars in worcester and then
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where state police caught them. >> pretty scary. i was shaking. because my daughter was there too. >> when i showed up over here, police car show up here. >> gene: suspects were arrested and arraigned in dudley district court on monday. connecticut state police tell us both stabbing victims will be okay. >> sara: this morning the coast guard has suspended the search for three missing boaters from new bedford. the and headed to woods hole on tuesday but never returned. the coast guard recovered 4,000 nautical miles in cape cod bay but never turned up a sign of the fisherman or their boat. >> gene: second victim of violent break-in now died. 77-year-old joanna fisher died yesterday in the hospital. last month fish and her 95-year-old husband thomas hardy were attacked inside their orange home. hardy died in the attack. fisher was found seriously hurt. two people, joshua hart and
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facing charges in the home invasion and for hardy's death. the pair was arrested after the attack in virginia. telegram reports an autopsy is determine fisher's cause of death and not clear if that could bring a second murder charge. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. i think you're going to like what you see. going to say single digits. but, you know, double digit i can handle, ten minutes on the expressway because it is veterans day and so overall things nice and quiet out there. holiday commute. we have winds right now, winds sustained 17 miles per hour in worcester, 15 in boston and gusts 30 miles per hour here this afternoon and as i take intusaturday you will find morning winds gusting 40 miles per hour and break down some of the wind chills you need to plan around coming up next. >> gene: 7:11 and in wake of shocking election lots of
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afoot and light-hearted i take to the open road. healthy, free, the world before me,
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the north and the south are mine. all seems beautiful to me. >> sara: liking idea president
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game sets all time gain in august. dow futures are town 36 points and keep an eye on markets when they open to 9:30. >> gene: 7:14. elizabeth warren isn't saying whether she is eyes run for white house in 2020. massachusetts senator deflected on msnbc about who the running mate would be by saying she doesn't have the energy for that right now and asked how hillary clinton is doing and they spoke since the election and bernie sanders had this to say when asked this question. >> have you spoken with her since tuesday night? >> i do not know. i owe her a call and will make that. >> gene: woman so heartbroken
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decided to walk in chappaqua and saw hillary clinton and bill clinton walking their dog and got to hug her and proudest moment to take her daughter to the polls and vote for the secretary of state. >> she hugged me and couldn't have been any nicer. she was very warm and, you know, she asked me about my daughter obviously. nothing too she was taking a nice peaceful hike to the woods. don't think she wanted to talk serious politics. >> former secretary of state, of course, and says bic is the person that took the photo for him. secret service was also there and popost says more than 103,00 likes on facebook page and shared more than 8500 times. >> that's pretty cool. >> in every know who you will meet when you're going to walk in the woods.
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>> sara: things looking good. >> julie: looking great out there. >> bright green and 4:00 a.m. not usually what it looks like at 7:17 and within the last 30 seconds there was accident on route 1 southbound and it is cleared up so crews are efficient and getting any accidents cleared and the volume is so light it is not impacting drive time. looks really good south of the pike, expressway moving along without issue. here are live drive times, 23 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. ten minutes on the expressway, 19 minutes on 93 south from andover to the leverett connector. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. in my live shot i'm not seeing any traffic, shiri, but seeing beautiful bright conditions out there. >> looking great out there. now the sun is up so can't catch the meteors but again tomorrow morning you have the opportunity to view the meteor shower, right before dawn, so if you're an early riser, grab a blanket before you head out there.
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some we can get hundreds in an hour and this particular one only get a few in an hour. still kind of cool, 48? in boston and 46 in worcester and 49 in plymouth. this is going to be the warm location today, south eastern massachusetts and as we get up to manchester, new hampshire, upper 40s right now, we have already got clouds moving in, you're not going to see any rain or any snow but stay partly cloudy through late-morning, temperature don't move from where they are now. in fact, they start to go down th throw wind on top of that. it is going to feel even cooler. so we got future cast here bringing in patchy cloud cover here late-morning, through the afternoon, 1:00 p.m. right there through southeastern massachusetts, all things considered a fairly bright friday. i think the winds are what's really going to get you if you're spending any time outside. this afternoon early afternoon temperatures 57 boston and
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new hampshire in upper 40s and lower 50s and what you have now is lower in the day and overnight back in the 20s and going to catch the torrid meteor showers and likely temperatures you have outside. wind on top of it it could be sustained as high as 30 miles per hour over the cape is really going to add that element of wind chills. 50 high in boston tomorrow and whole string of upper 50s from plymouth to beverly and nashua and worcester, even the cape 40s. we will see mostly sunny skies, couple late clouds coming through and trade cooler temperature for warmer ones and sunday and real concern focused across saturday morning and turn on jason brewer, watching the wind chills for you early tomorrow and say wind chills in the teens and probably 20s and overnight clouds and brighten up
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summed up nicely with mostly sunny skies. wind tomorrow end up diminishing, so sunday pick for several reason over the weekend. it is a little bit warmer and find less wind. high 60? partly cloudy skies, tuesday increasing includes, even the chance that we are going to see an ocean storm come into play as early as tuesday. right now really focusing on wednesday for best bet for next i can see it is coming in off the ocean and discrepancy exactly what time it is moving and extent of the wet weather and working to iron that out in coming days. back to you. >> still ahead this morning, police say this man knocked on door of local home and pretended to be an fbi animal but the rents didn't believe him and good thing.
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>> gene: shiri says it will get colder and wind will be something that's very noticeable. >> sara: it is that time of year, we should expect it and at least going to be great today for all the parades for the veterans day. >> only ruffle will be a little bit of wind. wind seeing strengthened now, 29 miles per hour gust reported this hour in worcester, 30 miles per hour gust in provincetown
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massachusetts and southern new hampshire into the afternoon. currently worcester leominster hollis, new hampshire, target to see the clouds move in and still looking clear in boston at 48?, couple lower 40s on the map, but 40s and 50s really not bad way to start things off and you could see the 50s go right down to the cape this morning. conditions as we go through the day in boston involves partly cloudy skies developing at 9:00 a.m., 52? and 56 here at noon time and continue with partly cloudy skies and clear us 30 miles per hour in just a bitter end to the day i got an hour-by-hour look at wind chills you should plan around, both for tonight and wind chills you need to know about for your saturday morning and that's going up in a couple minutes. julie grauert back now with live drive time traffic.
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right now. >> not issue in needham line and closed for -- construction work until sunday, so you won't be able to use the needham lien on commuter rail. route 193 south wide open. haven't seen any traffic flows turn to red which means we haven't hit any gridlock spots throughout the entire morning. expressway always the 1st 1st place to go and slowdown. not today. here are live drive times, ten minutes on the expressway, 22 minutes on 93 south and 12 minutes on 128 northbound. >> gene: crime scene tape taken down in home on rogers street after investigators spent more than 8-hour at the home overnight and tell us more information about what happened will be released on monday. lowell district court we are still working to get some information from the district attorney and once we get update we will bring it to you. >> breaking news in portland,
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riots overnight. this shows police ordering the protesters to disperse and using tear gas and rubber bullets to break up the crowd. portland police say they were forced to step in when rioters started vandalizing cars and throwing objects at police. police originally said 29 people were arrested since corrected the number to 26 and in california dozens arrested after protesters blocked major highways there. this morning things have started to come down. we will continue to and updates as they come in. >> questions surrounding death of baby inside a home. jessica reyes live at the scene where that infant was found unresponsive along with two adults. heartbreaking story here, jess. >> jessica: learning more about it, this is the home where police showed up around noon yesterday and found the two adults unresponsive inside and sadly shortly after that little
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hospital. you could see in this video here police tape surrounding the perimeter of the house and huge investigation now underway involving state police and d.a.'s office. really not elaborating whole lot is to what exactly happened inside this home but only saying 23-year-old man and 19-year-old woman are being treated at the hospital. conscience and awake and out o taken now the command cuffs. people that live along the street they believe the people that lived here are from peru and seem like a pretty close family. >> i believe boyfriend and girlfriend from what i understand and couple different young women that lived in there and grandmother, mother and younger mother i do believe. >> jessica: at this point no charges announced and criminal
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the baby died and what exactly happened with the two adults, why they were unresponsive inside the home and bring it here on the fox25 morning news. live in marlboro, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: mbta driver arrested under the influence and kept on driving. catherine parrotta live this morning where nervous passengers are board the bus called catherine. >> bus stopped by state police and also bus stop which turns out and today this is all still under investigation and driver will be summons for leaving scene of accident at property damage and all started around 5:45 last night and actually started in melrose. officials say the route 132 bus was driving on west wyoming ave near whittier street when hit
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bus driver continued on with the route. mbta police say there are 12 passengers on the bus and many called 911. state police called up with the bus on main street in stoneham and stayed with the driver until transit police arrived. fortunately no one was injured and damage to the parked car is described as minor. still police say one thing they are looking into is whether the drive was under the influence of any sort of prescription medication. they say as of right now he has not been charged with oui. live here in stoneham, catherine parrotta, >> gene: loaded handgun, zip ties man tried to talk his way into home in arlington. gannon leblanc showed up at the home wednesday night wearing fbi hat and then asked to use the bathroom. the couple at the home refused and called police. his lawyer called whole thing
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>> knocked on door and had weapons and had right to call police and be frightened, i suppose. >> gene: it may have targeted the home because and employee at m.i.t. credit union and customer customer -- employee and report finding sticky notes with private information of four other m.i.t. credit union customers. >> sara: trial date now set for the man accused of k dough. trial scheduled for murder and charged with murdering baby bella bond. no trial date was set. she has been charged with being accessory after the fact. bella's body washed up in a bag on deer island last year. it took months to identify her. a judge awarded $4 million in damages to cambridge couple who
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killed their baby girl. they filed a wrongful death lawsuit after one-year-old died in harvard square apartment back in 2013. a murder charge against ash lynn and brady mccarthy died after medical examiner changed death from homicide toun determined and know mccarthy doesn't have enough to pay up but yesterday's rule keep money off any movie or book deal. killed head-on crash says justice was not done. the trooper john basler for drunk and reckless driving and not found at fault for the crash that killed susan macchi in 2014 because it crossed yellow line that night. spoke only to us about the sentencing. >> we just wanted to seek
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feelings for him. if there's any pain right now it is with the >> bike locks and pipes for td crossing yesterday. they were there to protest the dacoda access pipeline and sayy had chose the bank for a reason. >> access pipeline for the company which is critical to the construction of that pipeline and we say no. >> proposed 1100-mile pipeline between north dakota and illinois has seen fierce opposition from nat i have americans and environmental
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arrested four people during yesterday's protest. >> gene: triangle changed object could change lives of thousands of people in milton. local leaders asking several airline to fix a design flaw on their jets. town of milton found busy flight path into logan airport and letter to executive to five airlines and triangle and greatly reduces that noise. >> state gaming commission approved six days live racing for next year. same number of races seen at track this year and horse owners and trainers voiced concern that they can't support themselves on so few raises. the track says it was forced to compress the season to just six days before the crowds aren't
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more. >> many are concerned about how it will be policed, some answers about legal concerns can be found in the ballot question like what your landlord is allowed to do. >> landlords can have in the leases that you can not smoke or grow marijuana but they can't prohibit you from consuming utter -- using other marijuana products. >> as per drug workplace, that will be more of case-by-case issue. federal still comes into play when it comes to employees and under federal law marijuana is still illegal. >> gene: maine took two days to call vote for passing marijuana. anyone 21 older in maine grow and sell marijuana.
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>> julie: ten minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit for the pike. shiri? >> gene: boston based new balance becoming new target for anti-trump protesters. >> daniel miller and fraternity brothers kicked out
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it harassment. fox25 daniel miller joins us with the video that is sparking an investigation now. >> babson students accused of driving to alma mater, wellesley college waving a trump flag and spitting at students and caught on camera. >> we are officially banned from wellesley college. >> daniel: incident happened outside the ha rum bay house one day after wellesley alum hillary clinton conceded at election. students there say two young men from babson wvi flag harassed and spit at them and video went viral as you could see shared thousands of times on social media. babsly and wellesley students gathered to make amend after this incident. >> for the most part doesn't represent babson students and who they are and a lot of students have come and said we are with you, support you, i think that's really important. >> so far the university has not identified the students involved so we kept the faces blurred but
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epsilon say they have been kicked out of the fraternity and massagenistic behavior has no place in the society and proud of the chapter removing them and issued a statement confirming they are condemning the allegations and saying word what happened to made way to the university president. babson college tells fox25 counselors available to anyone that needs one and college police also investigating whether in the control room, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> gene: donald trump may want to settle a civil lawsuit in trump university according at hearing yesterday. trump university facing a class action lawsuit who say the institution failed on promise to teach them how to succeed in real estate. the trump's attorney asking for a delay because he says trump needs time to focus on transition to the white house.
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>> sara: trying to make a political statement. macy ceo told cnbc they wouldn't carry any products supporting prominent politician even if hillary clinton had a line of pants suits. people are burning or throwing out their new balance sneakers after the company expressed its support for president-elect donald trump. it started when spokesperson told the wall street journal wednesday that they feel trump accident election is move in the right direction and only
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partnership agreement and since released statement saying they respect people no matter who they are or how they identify. >> julie: happy veterans day. expressway wide open, no issues on 128 north or southbound as we shift north you could see 93 moving along fine and live pictures route 1 in saugus usually during when we check this every ten minutes throughout jampacked and 12 many continues route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 23 minutes 93 south and 22 minutes on 128 southbound peabody to the weston tolls. check in now with meteorologist shiri spear who has a look at cool day ahead. shiri? >> shiri: chilly weather today, it is not cold cold but what's going to happen is win that really develops later on today is adding the little element of wind chill and that's something you really need to
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this evening, tomorrow morning, sprinkles and flurries and low risk of any of that. worst of the wind will develop over the cape, northwest winds sustained, 20 to 30 and gusting 40 miles per hour. it is wind blown for all of us today. just keep in mind the wind sticks around not just today but into tomorrow as well. lots of dry air here in southern new england, so as this front shifts southward, all the showers drying up, falling apart, we got passing clouds, 48? the temperature right now, wind chill is 42 and that's basically since we went on air at 4:00 a.m. not much in the way of warm-up yet at 9:00 this morning, 52? at 11:00 a.m., 56, and honestly late-morning and early afternoon looks like the time we are probably going to see the clouds thicken up a little bit out there, got high temperatures happening early in the afternoon if you have any of those outdoor plans 1:00 p.m. we have a parade in boston and 53? and then temperatures back into the 40s by 3:00 p.m. this evening and we
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that i'm going to break down for you coming and up high temperatures at 57 in boston and beverly, 59 in norwood, lower 50s into worcester and nashua, new hampshire. cold front comes through first, folks. we have wind chills this evening in the 20s and 30s. if you're out for any kind of events late tonight, if you have friday night plans out on the town, plan on dressing for winter and especially tomorrow morning i have wind chills in the teens when you wake up if you're an 7:00 tomorrow morning. either way you want to spin it it is going to be a chilly weekend, 45? in worcester, 49 in concord, new hampshire, 50 in boston followed by 48 here in hyannis. next day though as we get into the sunday, temperatures are finally warming back into the 50s, even upper 50s on the map. we have at least sunshine that we get to enjoy tomorrow. at night we got clouds that pass through, lingering into sunday morning and sunday brightens up nicely, mild, bright, 50s back
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56? today, partly sunny skies and, of course, the developing wind. winds will end up diminishing tomorrow afternoon, it is going to be a bright day, really chilly one into sunday, 57 and sun, monday few more clouds and tuesday, wednesday ask thursday watching the chance for some showers. back to you. >> sara: having two children with specially food allergy has been expensive local mom. >> we gave her a little bite of twizzler. she started gasping for air, not being able to breathe. >> sara: lifesaving questions for the makers of expensive epi
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>> gene: felt very sick and worked over by paramedics and haz-mat team was called to test for potential gas leak or spilled chemicals but nothing
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>> came and did a thorough investigation, we found very low levels of some acceptable substances and normally be found at the hospital. >> crews were unable to figure out what made them sick. all clear was given yesterday afternoon and everyone at the animal hospital was able to go back to work. >> sara: man is recovering after a near death experience with decapitated snake. kyle watson cut off the snake's ped and tried to pick it up and that's when the head turned and latched on to finger. >> took about ten seconds for the burning sensation to start shooting through the arm and 60 seconds i was unconscious. >> fell and hit head-on rock and quickly brought to the hospital
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>> gene: dozens gathered to get birds out there and one said i have enough and flew away and eagle flew down into the storm drain and i believe the eagles likely fighting over the nest when ended over >> gene: eagle had puncture wounds and cracked beak and veterinarian take six weeks to recover before released back out into the wild. i could see people hanging out and watching that. >> that had -- that would be cool. still to come on the fox25 morning news we have been showing you the anti-trump protest all morning long and now
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succeed from the union. their petition coming right up. >> normal high temperature this time of the year 53? and pretty normal today, big cooldown tomorrow, not 50 degree high but wait until you see the overnight lows coming up next.
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news overnight and spent several hours in home in billerica and live in neighborhood where reopened roads after hours of investigating. >> jessica: investigation underway after a baby dies and two adults found unresponsive inside a home in marlboro. >> really sad when there's a baby involved and hard spot for them. >> what we are learning this morning about the people that live inside this home. >> gene: breaking news in west coast >> sara: local family that desperately relies on epi pens. >> terrifying to watch your child before your eyes. >> sara: looking for answer to one question. what local doctors say about using expired epi pen. >> gene: good morning,
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november 11th, big thank you to veterans that served and currently serving, i'm gene lavanchy. >> sara: i'm sara underwood. nice clear morning to get you started on your friday. fox25 meteorologist shiri spear in stormtracker weather center with changes that will bring clouds and winds. >> clouds leaking into southern new hampshire, central mass, this is cold front coming through but all the showers are melting away, so no rain expected with this one and too dry out there, all we get are passing clouds and partly cloudy in worcester and at 50 we got lower 50s in and around the area north shore and south shore and 55? in hyannis
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>> julie: been pleasure to check traffic every ten minutes and haven't had any traffic flows on maps the entire morning. expressway moving along at a speed limit ride. here live drive times 24 minutes minutes on the expressway and 24 minutes on 93 south approaching the zakim. back to you. >> sara: following breaking news in billerica all morning long. police were on the scene of homeowner overnight. >> gene: vocational rehabilitation did spend hours at the home and police opened the streets back up to traffic a short time ago. michael, good morning.
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rogers and carl streets overnight and did not get any information from those officers responding to the scene here. let's show you some of the video taken shortly after the call came to police at around 9:45 last night. you can see flurry of activity, several different police cars on scene, yellow crime scene tapes surrounding that house on rogers street. all police would confirm is that some sort of incident took there saying we had find out more on monday and working to find out what exactly happened here and whether there's any continued risk to the public if any risk to the public occurred whatsoever. so again, a lot of unanswered questions, as soon as we get those answers we will bring them to you right away. for now live in billerica, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: breaking news while
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protesters turned into riots. >> sara: daniel miller watching this allun fold since 4:00 a.m. and closer look at violence. >> scene we see here is riot and no protest and thousands of people marching and chanting against president-elect donald trump and suddenly it turned violent and crowd marching throwing things at cars in the parking lot. from there it was a string of violence and vandalism people seeing trash cans and other objects at police and one point they made it several different roads and black cars driving away and one went through the protest when someone apparently used a bat to smash here windshield. you can -- see the shattered glass in the windshield and very upset and
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she had a message for the protesters after she was finally able to drive away. >> daniel: police arrested 26 people in port hand overnight. wasn't the only city. several other places also had protest again last night including los angeles and auckland. donald trump also tweeted about the love the fact that this small groups protesters last night have passion for our great country. we will all come together and be proud. that is change in tone from last night when the president-elect said he thought property test were unfair by the media. fox25 news. >> daniel:. >> gene: president obama and donald trump had excellent situation and called the
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stark contrast to the vicious attacks on the campaign trail that dominated the election season and both sides say that is behind them and stressed the need to come together. >> look forward to dealing with the president in the future. >> away from the camera first lady michelle obama and be first lady melania trump met in private and neither of them addressed the media after and learned that donald trump will get the first post election interview on 60 minutes this sunday. right now trump working to fill hundreds of jobs in cabinet positions and appears members of the campaign staff will get first dibs including campaign manager kelly anne conway. went to twitter rebuking claims she wasn't interested in the job interested in the white house and this morning neither conway
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>> sara: developing news in marlboro two adults found unconscious and baby found dead. two adults are still in the hospital and as far as neighbors say they seem like a happy family. >> jessica: they seem like a very tightknit family and spend a lot of time together and police called around noon yesterday and at the home well into the night. we know that that baby passed away and two unresponsive here. >> can't make anything out involve my child. >> grim scene found at this home in marlboro thursday. police called here around noon to find two adults and baby unresponsive. >> kind of like the -- don't like the idea of the baby. what happened to the baby. >> jessica: they are not
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>> believe boyfriend and girlfriend and young woman lived in there and there was a grandmother and mother and younger mother i >> jessica: nicole lives few houses down. >> said hi when walk by us and nothing seem to offer and very
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>> gene: puritan and eldbury road and girl's friend tells fox25 the 14-year-old never saw it coming. >> choked her, put her to the ground, i guess hands under her stomach and there's no way for her to defend herself. >> man took off when woman saw what he was doing and ran over to help out. suspect describe and older model sedan that was either blue or gray. >> sara: high-speed police chase spends all started when man and woman stole car in putnam, connecticut and crashed and pair then flagged down car for help and stabbed the two women inside and took off in the second stolen car and police continued to chase them into massachusetts. the suspects sideswiped a couple of cars in worcester and then
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up with them. >> because my daughter was there too. >> when i show up over here, see all the police cars show up here. >> the suspects were arrested and will be arraigned in dudley on monday and state police tell us that both stabbing victims will be okay. >> gene: second victim of violent break-in and joanna fisher died yesterday afternoon in the hospital. last month fish and 95-year-old husband thomas hardy attacked and hardy died in the attack and joe owna was seriously hurt. brittany smith and joshua hart were arrested in virginia and autopsy is to determine fisher's cause of death and not clear if
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>> julie: most of us enjoying the commute and so light and 24 minutes on 93 as you head from 495 in andover to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: winds now starting to increase 18 miles per hour sustained in boston, 17 in worcester. stronger gusts as well, so this afternoon plan around winds gusting 30 miles per hour, even stronger over the cape but into tomorrow morning we still got gusts at 20, so look at some wind chills that will be brutely tough to swallow >> call for elizabeth warren to run for president are getting louder. what she is saying about a potential run in 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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she hesitantly said it has been hard for clinton and doing well. clinton's rival bernie sanders was asked this question. >> have you spoken with you since tuesday night? >> i have not. i will make the call but i have not. >> sara: both sanders and warren have vowed to work with trump. >> gene: pushing california to susseed from the united states. the campaign began after more than 60% of the state voted clinton presidency and supporters say if california became a country it will have the six largest economy in the world and larger population than poland. proposing a state referendum on 2019 to gauge how many people
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america. >> gene: dow futures are around somewhere around 30 points and keep eye on markets around 9:30. >> julie: thank you to everyone that has served and serving. kids off of school and people observing veterans day and haven't had too many problems. a lot of green on 93 south or route 1. thin wide open on zakim bridge. here are live drive times, 13 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 23 minutes on 93 south. 21 minutes on 128 southbound from peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now with look at clear cold day ahead. shiri? >> shiri: you know, thing i want to mention here is clear enough when we got up this morning that some of you perhaps saw some shooting stars.
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peeking tonight and tomorrow and best bet didn't see it tomorrow get out tomorrow as sun coming up before dawn and couple a couple per hour and get hundreds per hour and so it is a little tougher to find them but they could be real big real bright kind of fire balls if you will. that's what we call the real big and bright meteorites and temperatures as we get up, 51 in boston and norwood, 52 in plymouth, these tend to be the warmer communities here this afternoon and new hampshire 52. let's go to lawrence where we are at 52? right now. winds running 12 miles per hour so even though we don't calculate wind chills when it goes over 50?, keep in mind it is going to feel a little cooler because of that breeze. passing clouds between about now and 2:00 p.m. you could see temperatures respond and start dropping here during the afternoon, the winds really start to fire up as well and so by 4:00 p.m. when it is 48? and
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per hour it is going to be 30 miles per hour and friday night plans and it is just going to turn very chilly. we got future cast here at 10:00 this morning, 1:00 this afternoon and involving some scattered clouds, that is it, no rain, no snow, we got wind and partly sunny skies today. so high temperatures are going to peak around 57 in boston, framingham, 52 in worcester, lower 50s up in the manchester, new hampshire which means temperature staying as they are all day plymouth 58? and 60 in new bedford, these high temperatures hitting them pretty early in the afternoon. so do expect if you're out a little later in the afternoon that we are going to be quite a bit lower than that, 20s and
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>> shiri: meteorologist jason brewer updating tomorrow morning and comfortable and safe out there and afternoon mostly sunny and saturday night into sunday morning we do get passing clouds, really not biggie out there, mil inner -- finish out the weekend and weekend always in view, 56 today, winds firing up, staying active until we hit about saturday, middle of the day and come sunday less winds, a little bit warmer, more comfortable for you and 60 and mostly sunny monday and then tuesday, wednesday, thursday of next week and period of rain and next chance appears to be on
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>> sara: local doctor answers. >> hard to watch your child -- sorry, dying before your eyes. >> michelle: no stranger to anfillac tick reaction and husband and children have severe food allergies. six-year-old allergic to tree nuts, peanuts and dairy. >> we found out she was anaphylactic last year when we
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twizzler. she started gasping for air, not being able to breathe, projectile vomiting and then hives. >> she carries epi pens everywhere. >> we have them all over and both of kids need them. need to have three sets of them for each child, so school has to have one and it has to be in date. can't bring school expired pen and then we need one in the home for each of them and then we need one in our to go bag for each of them. >> jacked up price of lifesaving product. >> with recent insurance price hike manufacturer 0-dollar copay spiked to $600 times two. >> 12 or $1,300 and my jaw dropped. >> michelle: alison began
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>> so this one expired august 2015. solution is perfectly clear. can this still be good for years past expiration date. >> what alison is referring to on instructions on back of epi pen replace if turned color. discoloration changes indicate that the effectiveness of the or been affected. fox25 contacted dozens of labs and hospitals in the area to test effectiveness and all of them declined. dr. john lee director of the allergy program at boston children's hospital. while he says you shouldn't use discolored epi pen, expired injection may be better than
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expierration date. >> found 90% more retention in epinephrine dose listed on label for all of them. >> being effective so can go ahead and use it but should go 911 and go to the hospital afterwards. >> alison when it comes to the life of saving her kids, the choice is clear. >> if it is all you have it is much >> just great information. that was heather hegedus reporting. mylan, the manufacturer, the product may not remain safe and effective for use and they are making generic that will cost $300 for two pack, half the price of name brand. >> shiri: we got veterans day parade at 1:00, 53? and dropping
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>> sara: bright start to veterans day and weather will behave but understand gusty winds. >> flag going to be blowing big time and a little chilly too. especially tomorrow morning you're talking about. not chilly, cold. >> flat out cold tomorrow morning and honestly the latest that i'm seeing here, even with temperatures as we get into the afternoon, i think it could end up cooling down a little bit faster than i was so right now check out winds gusting already, 28 miles per hour in worcester, 31 miles per hour in provincetown and kicked into gear last hour, last hour and a half and clouds increasing in worcester and leominster and out to londonderry. temperatures running mostly in the 40s and lower 50s there. we got 51 in boston, 50 in reading, 48 now in walpole and i got temperatures that are in the lower 50s down across the cape and islands. we got so much sun here.
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now, i have just updated this day planner to adjust to that cooler afternoon i was telling you about in boston. 10:00 a.m. 56?, you got some of the clouds moving through. it does stay dry today, but 55 here at noon time. winds gusting about 25 miles per hour. gusting more like 30 here at 3:00 p.m. with temperature dropping back to 50. that means after 3:00 we are back into the 40s and i'm going to break down not just cold temperatures but really cold wind chills for the start of your julie grauert back now with live drive time traffic this morning and how is it shaping up. >> julie: roads look great on veterans day. i want to remind everyone needham day service expired until do work. taking out, bright green traffic snow north of the pike, south of the pike not getting heavy volume out of the expressway and you're flying which is a rare site for us and indicative of
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22 minutes on 93 south, 11 minutes on 128 northbound from westwood to the weston tolls. back to you. >> we have update on breaking news out of billerica this morning, crime scene tape has been taken down, on home on rogers street after investigators spent more than 8-hour at home overnight. police will only tell us that more information about what happened will be released next monday in lowell district court. we are still looking to get some information from the district attorney and once we get update we will bring it to >> gene: man, woman, two-month-old found responsive inside their home and baby died at the hospital and jessica reyes live at the scene. woman has seen them there before. >> family that lives inside the home, did appear pretty close tightknit family and once police
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we video for you now of police around the house, police tape up around the perimeter of the property and there's now a huge investigation underway involving the state police and d.a.'s office. at this point the d.a. really isn't saying whole lot about what may have happened here, only that the two adults were found unresponsive, 23-year-old man and 19-year-old woman are being treated at the hospital. globe is reporting that a young woman around that age was awake and conscice out of the home in chair and a man was taken out in handcuffs. people that live along the street they say they believe the people that live here are from peru and close family. >> i believe they were boyfriend and girlfriend from what i understand. there was a couple different young woman that lived in there and so there was like a grandmother, mother and then younger mother i do believe.
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passed away here and also why these adults were found unresponsive inside the home. what may have transpired here and reached out to the d.a.'s office as soon as we get update we will let you know. fox25 news, jessica reyes. >> sara: we continue to follow breaking news from overnight in portland, oregon. protest over donald trump's election turned into riots. this is showing police ordering the protesters to disperse and then us bullets to try to break up the crowd. portland police say they were forced to step in when rioters started vandalizing cars examine throwing objects at police. police originally said that 29 people were arrested and since corrected that number to 26. and in california dozens arrested after protesters blocked major highways there. this morning things have started to calm down but we will continue to follow this and have
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they want to know if on prescription medication after hitting parked car in melrose and kept going. catherine parrotta live in stoneham this morning, catherine, passengers riding the bus actually called 911. >> catherine: we have been told he has been summoned. all of this started last night and again all started in melrose. police say route 132 bus was driving on west wyoming ave near whittier street when hit parked car. official say the bus driver continued on with the route and 12 passengers on that bus and many called 911 and state police caught up and stayed with the driver until transit police arrived. fortunately no one was injured and dangol to -- damage to the parked car was described as
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the bus driver on any sort of prescription medication at the time. he had not been charged with oui. as of last night i did hear back from the superintendent of the transit police this morning and he told me there's no update on the investigation and presumably there's charges that have not changed still facing one citation with property damage and let you know if you continue to find more developments on this. live here in stoneham, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> sara: loaded gun, ski mask and zip ties one thing new hampshire man had with him as he tried to walk home into arlington. man accused of impersonating fbi agent and police say he showed up on the home on wednesday with fbi hat on his head, wanted poster in his hand and then asked to use the bathroom. couple at the home refused and called police. leblanc's lawyer calls whole
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>> knocked on door and had weapons and had right to call police. >> sara: he works at senior loan officer at m.i.t. union and may have targeted the home because woman that lives there is m.i.t. employee and customer at the credit union. police also report finding sticky notes with the private information of four other m.i.t. credit union customers. >> gene: trial date for michael mccarthy appeared in and charged with murdering bella bond. the girl's mother, rochelle bond, was not in court. no trial date set for her and charged with being accessory after the fact. her body washed up on deer island last year and took months to identify her. >> gene: cambridge couple claimed the irish nanny killed their baby. they filed a wrongful death lawsuit after their one-year-old
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at 2013. murder charge against ashland brady mccarthy was dropped last year after a medical examiner changed the baby's cause of death from homicide to undetermined. the couple's lawyer told fox25 they know mccarthy doesn't have enough to pay up but yesterday's rule will keep her making money off movie or book deal. >> sara: was sentenced to four months in jail for drunk and reckless driving but not found at fault for the crash that killed susan mack and he her daughter juliet in plymouth back in 2013. that is because state police say both cars crossed the alignment. susan's brother spoke to fox25 about the sentencing. >> we wanted to seek justice. we don't have any revenge or feelings for him if there's any pain right now it is for the
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>> sara: judge in the case says basler contributed to the susan and juliet because chose to drive drunk but did not cause the accident. that and legal terms caused -- called causality and got basler off the hook for manslaughter and homicide charges. >> gene: 8:38. massachusetts voters legalized marijuana and how state will choose to regulate the drug and many concerned about how the drug will be policed and some are answering questions -- legal found in the ballot question like what your landlord is allowed to do. >> landlords can have in leases that you can not smoke or grow marijuana but they can't prohibit you from consuming -- using other marijuana products. >> gene: as for drug testing in the workplace, well that's going to be more case-by-case issue. federal law still comes into play when it comes to employers and under federal law marijuana is still illegal.
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legalize recreational marijuana. it took two days to call a vote because it was so close and fraction of percentage point and let 21 and older in maine to sell and grow marijuana. opponents said they will be calling for recount. >> sara: one of the biggest concerns of the winter is here. the flu. still ahead this hour how scientists say your birthday could actually decrease your odds of getting sick. > brothers have been kicked out of organization for incident filmed on snapchat. coming up next the dozens of reports colleges gotten about election stunt. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. nice light holiday commute. 22 minutes right now on 128 southbound from peabody to the weston tolls. shiri? >> shiri: take you into the weekend for a moment. pats game on sunday night, got clear and chilly conditions with temps 43? ask take look at rest
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>> shiri: highly specialized team. >> high risk event and training specific and constant and firehouse friday the holden fire department gifts us a peak. >> part of rescue team and house one of the trailers around the entire fire school district and have eight members that have gone through the angle rescue, confined space rescue and collapse rescue and trench rescue. it has become a very important part of the job and see it more and more every year that we have to provide the kind of service. >> prepare this kind of service we need to practice with tech rescue trailer, the holden firefighters are able to do just that. >> benefit is just easy for the on duty guys and members to come in and do training wherever they
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to go when need to do a call. >> look at tools and drills that would be used for confined space rescue. >> this is tripod set up and four to one mechanical advantage on it and doing monthly training and have a member in harness and we are going to simulate lifting amount of manhole and anything that's considered confined space and tripod for. >> and they have had to use it. >> we space rescue had to do with silo incidents and concrete company in town that we had an incident there and go into cement silo and rescue somebody so impetus of our guys get trained on
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>> daniel: babson students accused of driving over to hillary clinton's alma mater waving a trump flag and spitting at students and it was caught on camera. >> we are officially banned from wellesley college. >> daniel: incident happened
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which provides students to african descent and two young men from babson harassed and spit at wellesley students. video went viral and shared thousands of times on social media. babson and wellesley students gathered to make amends after the incident. >> for the most part just doesn't represent babson students and who they are and a lot of students have come out and said, you know, we are with you, support you, this is not who we are and i think that's really important. >> so far the university has not identified the students involv you can see here, but their fraternity sigma phi epsilon and say there's no place for it in our society and proud in fraternity for swiftly removing the men from the organization. babson issued a statement confirming they are condemning the allegations and saying word of what happened has made it all the way to the university president. babson college tells fox25 it
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college police are also investigating whether any laws were broken. in the cambridge rindge & -- col miller, for example 25 news. >> sara: people are burning new balance sneakers after they expressed support for donald trump. boston based company says the spokesperson was only referring to the transspecific partnership agreement and since people no matter who they are or how they identify. >> gene: it appear after all the talk about bill belichick and letter of support for donald trump patriots coach didn't actually vote for the president-elect. town clerk in hingham told bill belichick didn't vote at all on tuesday. belichick hasn't voted in any election since he registered in hingham five years ago. belichick says he wrote letter to trump because he was
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political statement. he wrote it on the eve of the election. >> sara: woman that needed to blow off steam took hike in woods and apparently hillary clinton had same idea. woman named margogerster so heartbroken over the election results she decided to take daughter for hike and clear her mind. well she was walking in the woods in chappaqua when heard people coming toward her. sure enough it was hillary and bill clinton walking their dogs. she said she got to hug clinton and explained that her moment as a mother was taking her mother and vote for the
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>> sara: it has been shared more than 85,000 times. >> julie: i love they asked bill to snap the photo. he is kind of big deal too. >> roads nice and light, light 23 minutes 93 south and 22 minutes on 93 south from peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and shiri, you're saying people that enjoy veterans day will have a cold day ahead but going to be clear. >> switch these up a little bit because sprinkles and flurries not a concern of mine today, the winds, the wind chills are once we hit the afternoon, the evening and especially the
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north wind sustained 20 to 30 and gusting to 40 and rest of massachusetts up into southern new hampshire and deal with 30 miles per hour gusts and those are nothing to sneeze at. showers dry up, such dry air in place right now, even if you do see some overhead, chances are they will dry up on the way down. all i'm giving us today is his front comes through is going to be passing clouds. boston right now 51, still mostly sunny and we got winds gusting 26 miles per hour already. so you're going to feel wind pretty much all day, if you're going to go out there for any activities and get ready for the wind factor in your forecast all
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partly cloudy skies. by 8:00 tonight. this afternoon your highs like i said are going to have pretty early in the afternoon, we got upper 50s over southeastern mass, probably mid-50s out toward boston, 54 in lawrence and portsmouth, new hampshire. 52 in worcester. hour-by-hour wind chills this is 9:00 p.m. wind chills by 9:00 tonight, 20s and 30s. if you're waking up early tomorrow morning, check out these wind chills by 7:00 a.m. saturday. it is going to feel like the teens and the 20s. probably the coldest you felt so far this season. high temperatures tomorrow if you're lucky you will get up to 50 in spots like hartford, connecticut and boston and burbs -- cities like worcester and concord, new hampshire and hyannis as well, getting stuck in the 40s through the day tomorrow. mostly sunny skies but we warm it up again into the sunday so saturday running on sunshine, some of the clouds do move through during the overnight hours and into the sunday morning and sunday turns bright and mild still, so 7-day
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57 on sunday. like sunday better because it is just as bright, a little bit warmer and less windy which to you means it is going to be more comfortable. monday's high 60 and partly cloudy. we got some showers developing late tuesday wednesday and into thursday morning. ocean storm we still have fine-tuning to do as far as that one goes. for now back to you. >> monkeys could hold the key to help paralyze men and women walk again. coming up next, the grou 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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>> gene: david bowie expansive art collection auctioned off. it was sold yesterday bringing in more than $30 million. that was only a third of his total art collection. two more auctions are set to be held in the coming days. david bowie died in january after a battle with liver cancer. >> sara: it is a major forward in paralysis research. they were able to get paralyzed monkeys to walk again using transmitters implanted in the head and spine, the monkeys brain was able to tell the leg to walk. while the leg movements were not perfect, the monkeys were able to walk without dragging their leg. researchers say it could still take decades before the technology is ready for use in humans. flu season is just around the corner and researchers say the birth year might help you combat the illness.
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have been found in humans since 1918. study found if you were born before 1968 you're more likely to have been exposed to the first two strains and up to 75% less likely to be infected with the flu later in life. experts still recommend everyone get a yearly flu shot to increase the protection. >> sara: we are getting another look at horrifying scene that police had to investigate after the orlando nightclub shooting. coming up at 9:00, the chilling new video of shooting in u.s. history. >> shiri: we got high temperatures in the 50s next several days and cooler here tomorrow and pretty normal. what you do need to know about, what's really going to be uncomfortable the wake-up temperature.
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>> julie: baby dead in marlboro and find out about the child and two adults taken from the home to the hospital. >> daniel: breakfast why good meal in the morning may help kids stay in shape. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> daniel: 9:00 a.m. on friday, november 11th, i'm daniel miller. >> good morning, everyone, i'm julie grauert. happy veterans who has served and is serving and activity for veterans day shaping up for local events, activities and parades. meteorologist shiri spear and stormtracker weather center with some gusty conditions by lunchtime. >> temperature in the middle 50s in boston and bedford up to nashua, new hampshire. this is probably the warmest nashua going to see as cold front comes through and temperature are going to start to drop and whole thing happens

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