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brother. >> reporter: and only on fox 25, the family's emotional plea. >> antitrump demonstrations turn violent again. >> get out of my face. >> heather: people in the streets across the country refusing to back down. >> the fight is on. this is not stopping. >> heather: but it wasn't all violent. the people compromise between trump and clinton supporters. has a problem with the mayor going back to school. >> complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is fox 25 morning news. >> jason: good morning, everybody. thanks so much for waking up with us here at fox 25 morning news. it is 6:00 a.m., november 13th, i'm jason law. >> heather: i'm heather hegedus. good morning, it's going to be a great day. yesterday was really sunny but a little chilly. >> jason: yesterday was gorgeous. >> heather: if you liked
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meteorologist jason brewer to find out the timeline on everything. >> jason brewer: we do have a great sunday in store. the clouds in now but they're going to kick out as high pressure kicks in. 10:00, clearing skies and temperatures warming into the lower 50s in a lot of spots just prior to lunchtime and they only go up from there. right now we're in the 40s in most locations. plymouth county, you got some 30s, one of the cooler spots this morning. but you'll warm up too. already off to 56 to 70 around the boston area. above normal temperatures for this sunday. and into the week more warm temperatures to talk about before a coastal storm comes in. much more on the timeline of that and latest computer model straight ahead. >> that's the closest person to me, my twin brother. >> heather: the twin brother of a young father killed by gun
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continues to search for answers. and this morning, still no suspects in that shooting. >> jason: fox 25 stephanie coueignoux is live at boston headquarters this morning. the man that was killed is the father of twin six-year-old boys. >> reporter: as you can imagine, this is so incredibly emotional for everyone and tougher, still that they still haven't been allowed to see his body. this as boston police still have not shooting. this shooting happened just before 5:00 yesterday afternoon on ames street in dorchester. and when police arrived there, they found two men, both in their late 20s with gunshot wounds. one had nonlife-threatening injuries, the otherdant lee leonard rushed to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. his twin brother spoke only to fox 25, saying the medical examiner and officials wouldn't let him see his body because
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told he would have to wait until their offices reopened. it's something, he says, only adds to his grief. >> that's the closest person to me, is my twin brother. if they gave us a number to call, and now they're saying we can't even really see -- identify my brother. >> reporter: just heartbreaking for that family. now, police haven't released the name of the second victim. i have asked police about a possible motive, any description have any leads. this is still very early on this sunday morning. as soon as i have an update of course i'll let you know. coming up in 30 minutes, the commotion that the 13-year-old witnessed, shared with us during this gun battle, in dorchester, stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> jason: we have another gun battle in mission hill on smith street around 6:00 last night. boston pd tells us one person was shot and sent to the
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working to find out if anybody is in custody for that shooting. >> heather: this morning, a man shot in the woods in easton has died. police trying to piece together what happened after two teenagers came across the man pairly alive on tuesday. this death is now being called suspicious and police are looking for a car without state place that may be connected to the crime. >> shock and you a, >> reporter: visitors of the area in easton surprised by the investigation into a suspicious death in the woods here, among walking paths and close to many homes. >> scary for any of the nearby families that live right across from the pond. >> reporter: daniel smith, a 35-year-old florida resident who previously lived in easton die understand the hospital friday night. the bristol district attorney's office announced saturday. easton police told fox 25 tuesday two teens discovered
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woods off pond street that afternoon. he had been shot in the head and was in critical condition. >> two 13-year-old boys were riding their bicycles down here on pond street. they went into the woods and found this gentleman. they in turn called their mother, who came down to the scene, confirmed that there was a person here, and then called us. >> the easton fire department worked on smith, who remained unconscious. >> he was breathing, but he was not able to communicate with any person along the scene. state police assigned to the district attorney's office are investigating what led up to smith's death, asking anyone with information to come forward. neighbors and visitors of this typically quiet area still in disbelief. >> sleepy town. you don't really hear of this thing kind of happening around here. >> reporter: christine mccarthy for fox 25 news. >> jason: developing this morning, a fourth night of protests turns violent around
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this is video from indianapolis, when two people were hurt when protesters started throwing things like rocks. two people hurt including two people police say out of towner instigators. at least 19 people arrested in portland, and in other cities protests remained peaceful like this march in las vegas. hundreds carried signs marching down the street ending up in trump's hotel. >> heather: at least 200 people outside of worcester there, showing how unhappy they are trump's victory. many denouncing his view on women, immigration and civil rights. make america great hat. but clinton and trump supporters agreed to talk with one another rather than get into an argument. >> actually, we're good. i totally disagree with what you
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>> heather: they agree to disagree. police gathered around that rally. in case things got out of hand, but there were no incidents to report. >> jason: a babson -- edward tomasso drove by wellesley, hillary clinton's alma mater the day after the election. he posted video on social media showing them taunting wellesley students. there were reports they also spit at students. tomasso posted on profanity or spitting on the kids. they're investigating that incident. two already expelled from their university. this morning, trump's transition team headed by mike pence headed to the white house, one of the most important roles is going to be decided soon. kelly an conway, says trump is going to announce his chief of staff. reince preibus is the frurn for
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running for the chief of staff position. the announcement, whoever, it will be, could come tomorrow. >> this as hillary clinton is blaming the fbi for her loss in the election. he says the letter fbi director sent to congress delivered a double whammy to her campaign. the first brought her private e-mail scandal back into focus robbing her of the momentum after the debates. the second which exonerated her, just fired up trump supporters. her supporters to keep moving forward. >> jason: the mayor of brockton is coming into the light how he's spending tax money. they'll take up two separate issues on their meeting. why mayor bill carpenter is going to school on the city's dime. approved tuition and other fees back in august, so mayor carpenter could attend a class at community college. brockton enterprise reported the cost of his tuition was $580 for
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language course. one counselor told the enterprise, this is something the mayor should've played for himself. the council will be asking why the fire chief $9,000 was spent on granite rocks for a memorial at city hall plaza. now that granite is nowhere to be found. brockton city council meeting is friday night. >> 6:09, the new hampshire supreme court has ruled in favor of protecting the privacy of 19-year-old murder victim for the third time. seth was lizzy from westborough mass. back in 2012. he has been trying to get the court to let him use evidence about marriott's sexual past for his appeal. the court has rejected that argument several times, including most recently this past thursday. nazalia heads to court wednesday for his repeal court. >> jason: looking to extend
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the patriots, are cruising in the afc north with a 3 game lead. 12 and 4 under belichick and brady under a bye week. 8:30 is the kick off. at gillette. >> heather: a local man with a facebook post, says he was just making a bad joke. coming up the full page ad that he took out to apologize to an entire town. >> jason: two guys on a quick when a tenant refuses to leave. >> that she was living there now paying. they were in the process of evicting her. >> jason: the reason the men
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>> jason: two business partner ins bought a fixer upper in hull. but a tenant living there refused to move out. now they're stuck. they told fox 25 john monahan they can't renovate. and now must litigate to get into their property. >> reporter: when you go into court, you don't want to say anything about going to court.
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revere street in hull for more than a year and a half. yet so far, only paid three months rent. she owes the former homeowner $27 hundred. but they sold the house and never collected. linda still lives there and still has not paid rent. >> we're looking for a property to flip. and we got a friend getting rid of their. >> reporter: greg gray and mark knew she was in the house when they bought it in june. >> t evicting her. >> reporter: they assumed that the eviction which was underway would happen soon. but attorney allen sea gull who specializes in eviction law, says landlords need to be fully aware of the law. >> you really have to know what you're doing if you're going to be a landlord in massachusetts. because the laws are strictly construed and they do favor the tenant. >> reporter: sea gull says with an existing tenant a new owner becomes the new landlord. and the eviction process must
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greg and mark didn't want to be landlords they just wanted to flip the house. >> this person was in there legitimately at one point in time renting a room: the rights that they had from the prior owner passed through to the new owner. >> reporter: greg and mark got caught up trying to sort out some of the strictest tenant laws in the country. they've already been to court twice this summer. >> it doesn't make sense how people can do that how they get away with it. >> reporter: it turns out walls may be doing somethi massachusetts. court records show she is well aware of laws that favor tenants and is using them to her advantage. fox 25 uncovered several housing cases in plymouth and in hull. this document shows she got a restraining order against muskoe on august 22nd. restraining him from going into hissed property. next she claim indigency, that allowed walls to get a court
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issued a restraining order in walls in plymouth district court. on april, they met in court. the case continued to may and then to june. then finally settled in el bakraoui can -- buchanan's favor in mid-june. we tried to speak with walls about her story. >> i wanted to talk to you about the tenant side of the house. >> that day, we learned the court did the you can talking for walls. that she had the right to live in the house. greg and mark, stuck again, unable to proceed, until they can resolve this issue with linda walls. >> we just want the house back. we want her out. so we can fix it. >> that's how we make money, we can't make it if we can't sell it. >> reporter: those homeowners tell me that as of today, linda has yet to move out of her home. she told fox 25 that she got the restraining order because the landlord was rude to her.
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i'm john monahan, fox 25 news. >> jason: all right. jason brewer is here now. yesterday was really nice. we accept the cold, kind of come to the terms with it. but the sun was out. >> heather: i guess you don't have to come to terms with the cold for very long. >> jason brewer: yeah, we're going to change things up, it starts today. right now, already a little warmer, milder, than yesterday, temperatures yesterday cgh breeze, but definitely a chilly day. look at this, 5 to 10 degrees warmer right now than yesterday at this time. why? because we have a cloud blanket overhead. blocking out the super moon right now. these clouds are going to get out of here. temperatures in the 40s. we trap the heat in. drill down in some of the neighborhoods, 30s in the plymouth county, clearing of the skies, back to taunton, but 50 ton the vineyard right.
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natick. worcester county, low to mid 40s to begin your day. same thing for southern new hampshire, nashua at 45 degrees right now. not too bad. tee times on a sunday, certainly can get out there with sunny skies. making their presence known by 11:00 in the morning. by 1:00 p.m., sunny and 58 degrees. there will be a breeze out of the west and southwest at 5 to 15 miles per hour. a few higher gusts especially in the hills. check out those numbers running in the upper 50s. most spots will keep it in the mid to upper 50s. the cape and islands, low 60s in norwood. worcester county. that sets us up for a nice day at gillette. enjoy the sunshine, if you're fortunate enough to be out tailgating. 8:00, middle 40s, a nice kick off, chilly, low 40s throughout the game. high pressure moves away to our south. and that means we get that mild
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then we've got to watch down to the south. here comes our next weather maker, low pressure coming by. it looks like it's going to come up against the south coast on tuesday. and we have the on shore winds. we have the rain, we have a few gusty winds coming in with this. and we're going to be seeing the high tide concern as well. because we have our super moon. best viewing looks like it's going to be tonight. as skies will be clear, it's going to look brighter and larger. in fact, it's making its closest approach t since 1948. we do have the as strewn no, ma'am nickcally high tides with this. and at noon on tuesday. the coastal storm coming in. concern for moderate to mild coastal flooding on our east coast. how much rain is falling on tuesday in the next half hour but in the meantime, enjoy your sunday. 59 degrees. a chilly night. and then up to the lower and middle 60s on monday. we really don't get too cold after the storm moves through.
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we'll keep it in the upper 50s right through the end of next week. >> okay. jason. thanks, two new parents frantic when their baby stops breathing and starts to turn blue. >> i ran outside and i started screaming for helpful you know, my baby is dying. >> coming up, the mystery woman who came out of who says i shouldn't have a soda every day? my doctor. my dentist. definitely my wife. hey wait. we have better bubbles. make sparkling water at home
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4900. >> jason: veterans day friday brought thousands of ceremonies through our area, honoring the men and women who served our weekend. >> heather: a group of kids spent their saturday, not hanging out playing video games but raking for veterans in attleboro. fox 25 photo journalist jeff robinson shares their story. >> thank you very very much. you did a nice job. everything looks >> when she comes out and she sees all of the children, you know, it's not about the leaves. it's about the interaction.
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30 kids standing outside of her door that have worked for her to make her property look beautiful, it just takes one less thing off of her mind as the winter is coming. >> i thank everybody. bye bye. >> so we're going to do both houses. and then if we can get this one done in record time, we have one more house to do. >> rake. >> give us a hand, tiny. good job, buddy. >> these kids i've been coaching since some years old. >> all of the way in line with the fence. >> they're now turning 13. and to see them grow through the years and to give back to the community. that's what it's all about for me. >> you're doing a good job. >> thank you, thank you. >> and why did you volunteer? >> because it would probably have been hard for you to do this all by yourself. >> something like deep inside my heart, it kind of like -- almost like a flower blossoming.
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something as simple as raking their lawn. >> it makes us feel good, because they were really appreciative and really happy we did something like that. >> heather: i like that one boy who said deep inside his heart he did something that made him feel good. >> jason: like a flower blossoming. it brought back memories of raking leaves. >> heather: great kids, great job. >> jason brewer: here's jason with a look at today. >> jason brewer: good morning. cambridge marathon underway at 8:00 this morning. clouds to begin, but it's going to break up. i'll talk about the timeline. and the next coastal storm that could bring heavy rain straight ahead. >> reporter: police are searching for the person who shot and killed a father. >> bejust her pow pow pow the entire time. >> reporter: the victim's family demands answers. >> jason: fox 25 new england's unsolved recount some of the heartbreaking murders where the
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complete new england news coverage continues right now this is fox 25 morning news. >> jason: let's look outside. it looks pretty nice, doesn't it? beautiful sunrise this morning. we're so lucky this time of the year, with the colors in the sky we're seeing, with the clouds and just another beautiful day in store. in fact, jason says it will be >> heather: i love the way the sun is reflecting on the buildings. orange tint to the building. >> jason: blues, purples. >> heather: it felt better heading out to work than yesterday morning. yes. maybe a little bit. >> heather: let's send it over to jason brewer to see how it's shaping up. >> jason brewer: we're shaping up nice. a cool day yesterday. we're in the 40s right now not much cooler than all day yesterday. a cloud blanket came in to trap
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hours. those clouds will clear out. for the spartan race that continues today at fenway, how about 55 degrees at 11:00 this morning as sunshine breaks through. we're looking at temperatures in upper 50s to near 60 degrees. a little above our normal of 52 this time of the year. a cool dry breeze coming throughout of the west southwest. there are your numbers. 50s into the east coast near 60 even in norwood today. but we are tracking even milder air ahead of our will be moving in this week, we've got a timeline on that coming up. >> heather: thank you, jason. this morning, police continue to investigate a double shooting in dorchester saturday that took the life of a young father. >> jason: fox 25 stephanie coueignoux is live outside of boston police headquarters this morning, and stephanie, the victim's brother spoke only to fox 25 news about the devastating loss they're going through. >> reporter: yeah and he reached out to us because he says his family has still not been allowed to see his brother's
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spoke only with fox 25 and said the medical examiner told them because he was organ donor they would have to come back the next day to see his body. this as boston police continue their investigation this morning. police say leonard and another man both in their 20s were shot here on ames street in dorchester and it happened just before 5:00 yesterday afternoon. leonard died from his injuries. the other man, who hasn't been identified, had and this morning, police are still shooting for whoever shot the men. and so far they have not released a motive. one witness, just 13 years old, described the commotion to us. >> all we heard was just pop pop pop, a whole bunch of times. and then you hear police sirens and people telling you to go inside if you're outside. >> reporter: and, again, this morning, still so many questions in relation to this shooting. suspects, leads, motives.
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police again. so early on this sunday morning. as soon as i hear back, i'll let you know. coming up in 30 minutes, more of leonard's brother emotional plea for helpful outside of boston police headquarters, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> heather: thank you for that. new details about a stabbing in the meantime near fenway park. this story breaking during our 6:00 news cast last night. a woman stabbed around 5:00 last night and "the boston globe" reporting it was happening in a domino's pizza in the of boylston street. the woman was there with a man and both familiar to workers. that woman expected to be okay but no word on any arrests at this point. >> jason: a death investigation underway in easton this weekend after a florida man found shot in the head lying in the woods. the man found tuesday near walking paths and homes in the lang water pond area. he died friday night in the hospital. they're treating it as a suspicious death. they're looking for a car that
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plate 372qqk. >> heather: we want to remind of a closure happening today on the needham rail shut down right now while crews are he place the tracks in west roxbury. no alternative services provided. plan accordingly. but the mbta says they'll be up and running tomorrow for the morning commute. >> jason: this morn including in portland oregon for the third night in a row things got out of hand. >> get out of my face. >> >> jason: officers say last night's protests began peacefully but escalated when people in mass blocked the streets and began throwing things at cops the city's mayor asking for peace and calm moving forward. >> if you're upset about the election of donald trump and you want change, there are ways to to do that.
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but don't come participate in a protest in downtown portland tonight that has been taken over over the last three nights by people who simply want to fight with the police. >> jason: last night police were forced once again to use distraction devices to break up the crowd. now let's look at the portland protest by the numbers. last night 19 people arrested. that brings the total to 50 arrests. there was also a shooting during the protest friday night. the man who was hit is expected to survive. >> heather: through the entire election season. last night was the first episode since tuesday's election. the show took a decidely different tone. alec baldwin's portrayal of donald trump was nowhere to be found. but of hillary clinton, her somber opening act has everyone talking ? love is not a victory march
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hallelujah ? >> heather: singing hallelujah because leonard cohen passed away this week. with tears in her eyes she's not giving up, and neither should you. david capell who hosted last night, had a similar message. he blasted donald trump and says he'll give him a chance and hopes it returns to the rest of the internet. their names now trending on twitter as you might imagine. a walpole man who posted a picture of himself in front of a trump with a trump flag. he posted a picture with the caption, they're paying for the wall. a few days ago, he took out the full page ad in the walpole times to apologize to halla peenyo restaurant calling his
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a babson college student apologizing for his amount ticks, edward toe mass so and another student showed up at wellesley to gloat about donald trump's win. as you know, wellesley is hillary clinton's alma mater. he has since apologized but denies using profanity and denies spitting at students as well. >> jason: this story was breaking during our news yesterday morning. we're now learning the people killed are two u.s. service members. 16 others also hurt during the attack. the taliban claimed responsibility for the attack as the base was preparing for a post veterans day event. the victim's names so far have not been released. >> heather: today the world remembers the victims of the deadly paris attacks. it was one year ago today that 130 people were killed as terrorist carried out that series of attacks around the city of lights. 89 of the victims died at the
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time since the attack last night with a sting concert ? tears from the star like tears from the star ? >> heather: beautiful. musician addressing the crowd in french. and asking for a moment of silence for the victims of the attack. that show sold out. all proceeds being donated to a pair of charities set up in honor of the victims of the attack. paris marking the occasion with commend attack site. a local mayor facing backlash for signing up for a college course. we'll tell you who footed the bill and why it has some leaders up in arms this morning. >> jason: plus, police in new york, rush to go a busy mall on a saturday. the danger inside that had
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>> heather: following breaking news, that a 7.1 earthquak has hit the country of new zealand. that hit near the city of christ cuff . >> heather: police say, it was
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not to take the bag right here. that purse contained a license and more than $200 in cash, call police if you know anything. two local boys have an extra reason to smile this morning. the special treat they got courtesy of the new england patriots and the make a wish foundation. >> jason: and a newborn girl
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>> heather: welcome back. a family in amesbury is hoping this morning to try to track down the person who saved her baby girl while she stopped breathing. they were still on the phone with a dispatcher when a neighbor heard them screaming and ran to helpful the couple shared the neighbor's action with fox 25 bob ward. >> my whole world. i love her to death. >> reporter: this rail lynn bilodeau just over a week old and she's already survived a drama. her mom suddenly noticed her not breathing. >> she opened her mouth backwards and started flailing side to side, she looked very panicked. >> reporter: rail lynn's dad corey rushed to help and he tells me in moments it got
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wish, her eyes popping out of her head. >> reporter: the couple rushed outside for fresh air, and called 911 in the early morning darkness, she cried for help. >> i ran outside and started screaming for helpful my baby is dying she's turning blue. she stopped breathing can somebody help me. >> reporter: the seconds seemed like hours. and then before emergency crews arrived, some would call what happened next, a miracle. >> one nice lady came running out of nowhere in the dark and just graed started doing cpr on her. and soon after, i heard her start crying. so i was really relieved. i knew she was getting air and then the ambulance came a few minutes after that. >> reporter: corey and reilly still don't know who the mystery woman was. they only know she made all of the difference. >> if the neighbor didn't intervene, what do you think would've happened here? >> she would've died. she would've died. thankful toll the next-door neighbor, she was -- really saved her life.
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than five minutes to get on scene. but two minutes into the call, that neighbor stepped in to helpful i listened to the 911 call. i heard an awful lot of panic in there. the parents would love to find that neighbor and thank her. in middleton, bob ward, fox 25 news. >> now your local forecast from meteorologist jason brewer and the fox 25 storm tracker weather team. >> jason brewer: incredible. all right. back to the weather now. right now we have mostly cloudy skies. but we are going to so we're starting out in the 40s. this cloud blanket is actually giving us milder temperatures this morning. it trapped the heat in from yesterday. we're in the lower 40s in boston, peabody arlington. even out to worcester county, we have lower 40s to begin the day. lots of those mid and high clouds. but they won't be around all day. where we've had a little bit of clearing. 30s in plymouth county, 50 nantucket, the vineyard, though. hour by hour today, here's a
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out of the 40s up to near 50 by noon. and there is that full sun. i expect these mid and high clouds to thin out and move away for the afternoon. so up into the low and mid 50s we go right through sunset tonight. let's go to framingham, another one of our community, temperatures running near 50 by 10:00 a.m. as sunshine appears. that continues for the rest of the day. our sunset just before 4:30. temperatures fighting back to upper 40s after that. your afternoon degrees warmer than we were yesterday. it won't be quite as breezy. but still a breeze out of the west and southwest. we'll see temperatures in upper 50s in most locations today. couple inland spots touching the 60 degree mark. high pressure down to the south. we get the clockwise fall around the high. west south west breeze today. that makes it milder. with that sun, it's going to feel pretty nice today. it's a clear sky tonight.
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we watch this coastal low pressure streaming the clouds northward, but look, this is 4:00 monday, we still have plenty of sunshine. look, the winds still out of the west and southwest around that high pressure center off shore. monday an even milder day. then on tuesday, we turn our attention to the rain and possibly some wet and coastal flooding. because this low is going to be approaching the south coast. it doesn't look like a very pot tent storm system. but nevertheless. it does look like heavy rain amounts. and, agai winds coupled with the king tide from the super moon, we'll be watching out for the coastal threat across eastern part of our state. spinning down into the south, bringing heavy downpours southeast stern mass. it looks like the east coast will get the majority of the heavier rain with this up coming system. anywhere from 1 inch or more possible for the cape and islands. maybe even the south shore
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that's a good general estimate about .25 .75 inch in the greater boston area. 59 today. plenty of sunshine breaking out. a i'll which night tonight. a nice rebound on monday. back to the low and middle 60s. tuesday, the rain. wednesday, pretty much out of here. thursday and friday of next week look warm and sunny. near 60 next friday. back to you. >> jason: this morning, a deadly shooting investigation is underway in dorchester. and as police work to track down whoever is responsible, the victim's brother is fox 25. the hospital rule, he says is only making the situation more
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say more with kisses deluxe. >> reporter: hi everybody, i'm butch stearns, here's your sports for sunday morning. a good weekend for boston sports teams so far. we'll see if the patriots can cooperate with a win against seattle tonight and keep things going. last night in indiana, 60-year-old legend on hand, celts make it two in a row. isaiah thomas leads double
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they clinch down with good d. hold the pailsers 20 points in the second quarter. al may return against the pelicans in new orleans. bruins looking for 2 in arizona last night against the coyotes. scoreless first. two second period goals. ryan spooner the tip in for his third. and david pastrn?k, his 10th of the year. tied for second with those goals. tuka 31 bruins play in colorado tonight at 7:00. it's likely that dion lewis will play for the patriots against seattle. they've added him to the roster. find out if he's active about an hour before the game. 8:30 the kick off. jewellan edelman and branch questionable. not sure about hogan. pats 7.5 favorites over seattle.
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award. next thursday, we find out if he wins the mvp, wednesday rick porcello finds out about the cy young. have a good sunday, everybody. >> heather: tragedy turned into a tribute. more than 100 people laced up their running shoes to rob a charlestown father. we told you yesterday about break out a fight. all of the money raised at the spartan race went to his wife and three children. >> he was a runner and liked doing athletic events we all thought we should come together and remember him as what he loved to do. >> heather: if you'd like to help brian hingston's children we have a link up right now on the donation page on fox25boston.com. >> jason: protests continue throughout the country. it is down to business for the president-elect. >> heather: sure is. the new details that could be
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about who will lead donald trump's inner circle. >> jason: we're already starting out warmer than we were yesterday at this time. we'll show you how long that trend continues and when our next storm moves in with heavy rain straight ahead.
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>> jason brewer: right now on fox 25 morning news, i'm using future track to show you when clouds clear and how quickly you'll warm up where you live. >> reporter: a young father killed, his family reaching out only to fox 25 after they say they weren't allowed to see his body. >> now they're saying we can't really see -- identify my brother. >> reporter: only on fox 25, the family's emotional plea. >> heather: antitrump demonstrations turn violent
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streets across the country refusing to back down. >> the fight is on! this is not stopping. >> heather: but it wasn't all violence, the people compromise between a pair of local trump and clinton supporters. >> jason: a local mayor criticized about how he's spending the city's money. why the city council has a problem with the mayor going back to school. >> complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is fox 25 morning news. >> heather: good sunday morning with fox 25 morning news. it's 7:00 a.m. on november 13th. i'm heather hegedus. >> jason: and i'm jason law. yeah, we are warming up. those are the words jason brewer is using now. balmy 46 degrees outside at 7:00. we'll check in with jason to see how much warmer we'll feel today. >> jason brewer: all right. good morning. right now the clouds are overhead that acted as a blanket to trap some of the heat in from yesterday. we're in the 40s this morning, look here, by 9:00 in the morning, we are seeing the clouds around but rising temperatures here through the
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so we're going to break into those bright skies once again like we had yesterday. the difference is we're going to be milder than yesterday. hour by hour, cambridge half marathon. this morning, we had the clouds. nice dry air, great for running. not too much wind. by 11:00, it's 53 and sunny. so the afternoon numbers nearing 60 in a couple of inland spots. with lower to middle 50s in worcester county. back with a look at the next storm system that's taking heavier rain in here this week. back to you. >> that's the closest person to me is my twin brother. >> heather: that's the twin brother right there of a young father who was killed by gun violence this week. and speaking only with fox 25 as his family searches for answers now. this morning, no suspects in that shooting. >> jason: fox 25 stephanie coueignoux is live outside of boston police headquarters this morning. and stephanie, the man that was killed is actually the father
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>> reporter: as you can imagine jason and heather this is just so emotional for everyone involved even more devastaing is that this family says they still have not been allowed to see his body. this as boston police have not made any arrests in this shooting. it happened just before 5:00 on ames street in dorchester yesterday. and when police arrived they found two men both in their late 20s with gunshot wounds. one with nonlife-threatening injuries. the other, dantley rushed to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. his twin brother danly spoke only to fox 25, saying that hospital officials and the medical examiner wouldn't let them see his brother's body because he's an organ donor and he was told they would have to wait until the offices reopened. it's something he says only adds to their grief. >> that's the closest person to me is my twin brother. they gave us a number to call.
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brother. >> reporter: now, police haven't released the name of the second victim. and i've e-mailed and reached out to boston police asking them if they have any leads, what the possible motive might be and any other information that they could pass along to us, again, still early on this sunday morning. as soon as i get an update, i'll let you know. and in the meantime, coming up in 30 minutes, the commotion a 13-year-old witness described to us as these gunshots were going outside of boston police headquarters, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> jason: another shooting in boston this one in mission hill. a viewer sent us video showing a large police presence on smith street around 6:00 last night. boston police tell us one person was shot and sent to the hospital suffering nonlife-threatening injuries. right now we're working to find out if anybody is in custody. >> heather: this morning, a man found shot in the head in the woods in easton has died. police trying to piece together what happened after two teens on
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fox 25 christine mccarthy reports for us this morning the man's death is being called suspicious. and police are looking right now for a car with without of state plates that may be connected to the crime. >> shock and ahh. it's a beautiful area. >> reporter: neighbors suspicious death in the walking paths and close to many homes. >> scary for any of the nearby families that live right >> reporter: daniel smith a 35-year-old florida resident who previously lived in easton die understand the hospital friday night the district attorney's office announced saturday. they told fox 25 yesterday, two teens discovered him lying 25 yards into the woods off pond street that afternoon. he had been shot in the head and was in critical condition. >> two 13-year-old boys were riding their bicycles down here on pond street they went into
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gentleman. they in turn called their mother who came down to the scene, confirmed that there was a person here, and then called us. >> reporter: the easton fire department worked on smith who remained unconscious. >> he was breathing. but he was not able to communicate with any person along the scene. >> reporter: local officers and state police assigned to the district attorney's office are investigating what led up to smith's death asking anyone with information to come forward. neighbors and visitors of this typically quiet area, still in disbelief. >> sleepy town. thing kind of happening around here. >> reporter: christine mccarthy for fox 25 news. >> jason: developing this morning, a fourth night of protests turned violent around the country. this is video you're looking at from imd indianapolis where two police officers were hurt when police say protesters started throwing rocks. several people were arrested there, including three that police called out of town instigators. violence continued in portland
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into early confrontations at least 19 people arrested there. in other cities demonstrations remained peaceful this weekend like this one in las vegas. hundreds carried signs and chanted while marching down las vegas strip ending in front of trump's hotel. >> heather: here at home, people in worcester joined in as well. at least 200 people gathered outside of city hall for a peaceful protest there showing how unhappy they are with trump's victory. many denouncing trump's views on women, rights. trump supporter robert pagan on the left there showed up with a make america great again hat but clinton supporters agreed to talk with one another rather than get into a fight. >> he and i are good. i totally disagree with what you just said. >> we disagree but we're cool. >> heather: it's nice to see they can agree to kiss agree. right there, police did position themselves around that rally, but fortunately, things did not get out of hand. there are no major disagreements
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cool. i like it. edward tomorrow mass so drove by wellesley hillary clinton's alma mater the day after the election. posted this on social media, showing him taunting the students at wellesley. there were reports they also spit at the students. to mass so posted an apology on the facebook page. denied any spitting or profanity use there. their university. this morning, trump's transition team headed by mike pence is working to fill hundreds of positions in the white house. one of the most important roles may be decided soon. kelly an conway, trump's campaign manager, is announced that he is getting ready to announce his chief of staff. reince preibus is front-runner for the job. steve ban non, a close confidante of trump's is also in the running.
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early as tomorrow. >> heather: now that he has won, that promise could be become a reality. much of president obama's legacy relies on the executive orders he signs not on legislation passed by congress. obama's immigration and environmental protection policies, among other things, could be reversed with an executive order from trump once he takes office. that would be all it would take. key federal funding for obamacare is also at stake. right now, it is only still available because of but if trump cancels that appeal, millions of dollars in subsidies could go away. trump has said he wants to preserve some of obamacare, specifically the part that allows older children to stay on their parents insurance,ing and preexisting conditions. meantime, hillary clinton is blaming the fbi now for her loss in tuesday's election. in a conference call with donors yesterday, she told supporters the letters fbi director james
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a double whammy to her campaign. she says the first brought her private e-mail scandal back into focus, robbing her of the momentum created after the debates. the second, which exonerated her, just fired up trump supporters. despite the loss, she called on supporters to keep moving forward and keep fighting for their causes. >> jason: the mayor of brockton is criticized this weekend for how he's spending city money. monday night, city council will take up two separate i mayor bill carpenter is going to school on the taxpayer's dime. the documents show the city auditor approved payment for tuition and other fees back in august so mayor carpenter could attend a class at a community college. the cost of his tuition was $580 for a semester of a foreign language course. one councillor told the enterprise, this is something the mayor should've paid for himself. the council will be asking the fire chief why more than $9,000
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memorial at city hall but now that granite nowhere to be found. the meeting is monday night. >> heather: ruled in favor of protecting the privacy of a 19-year-old murder victim for the third time. seth was convicted of killing lizzy marriott a unh student from westborough mass. in 2012. nazalea trying to get the court to use evidence about marriott's sexual past for his appeal. the court has rejected that argument several times, including most past thursday. nazaela heads to court for his murder reappeal hearing. >> jason: the patriots a rematch of super bowl 49. we all know how that ended. they're looking to extend their lead in the nlc west. seattle coming off a win against buffalo in monday night football. the patriots cruising in the nfc north. 12 and 4 with belichick and
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week. kick off at 8:30 at gillette. >> heather: a man is making sure his message is heard loud and clear. but this time, there's a much different tone to it. the big apology he made to a local restaurant in a full page ad in the newspaper. >> jason: fox 25 went straight to the experts to find out how legalizing recreational marijuana is going to work. >> we're dry for our sunday here
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>> heather: we're following breaking news this morning, just into our newsroom in the past hour. a 7.4 magnitude earthquake hit the country of the u.s. geological survey says that quake hit near the city of christ church and the jolt could be felt 120 miles from there. so far no reports of any major damage, injuries or any immediate danger of a tsunami. but we're staying on top of it to you. the same area was hit by deadly quake five years ago. >> jason: the results from tuesday's election rolled in, fox 25 stories on legalized
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our website, fox25boston.com. everybody out there wants to know how it's going to work in massachusetts now that question 4 passed. fox 25 robert goulston went straight to the experts to get some answers. >> it will be just as complicated as if we were bringing alcohol to massachusetts for the first time. >> reporter: former treasurer steve grossman gives us a better sense of what needs to happen to get question 4 recreational marijuana use rolled out. >> all time protect the public interest. and that's a complicated process. >> reporter: the regulated like alcohol under the state treasury. the governor who opposed the ballot initiative says his office will work to develop a responsible and timely approach that honors the will of the voters while also addressing public safety and health issues in our communities. the aclu also plans to be involved telling us we must ensure that elected officials who oppose question 4 do not use their influence to dismantle, hinder or reject what the voters demanded on election day.
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this is done in a way that does minimumize the the impact on our communities and on people who don't want anything to do with marijuana. >> reporter: the way the ballot was written it does address what the unknowns servicing, like what your landlords can and cannot do. >> landlords have in the leases that you cannot smoke or grow marijuana but they can't prohibit you from consuming -- from using other marijuana products. >> i think employers potentially more than using marijuana and failing drug tests. and that could be -- have an impact on their work force. >> reporter: the job question should be sorted out in court. >> you have to ballot a person's right to privacy with the employer's right to have a safe workplace. >> reporter: federal laws come into place in the workplace of and under federal law, any use of marijuana is legal. in boston.
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legal next month, the mad dash will be to join the multimillion dollar industry. those involved in the business, got a first hand shot on saturday. a range of topics from basic grow techniques to legal requirements and regulations. the man in charge travels the country teaching would be entrepreneurs how to navigate the murky waters of starting up a marijuana business. >> do it right the first time. and that's what we stress, we your t's, dot your i's, do this the legitimate wayly follow all of the criteria. >> jason: weed shops are coming. recreational pot shops will be able to open in 2018. >> heather: this is something jason brewer and are geeking out about. a super moon not even in nearly 70 years going to grace the sky tomorrow night. this is the moon saturday night into sunday. looks super there too.
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night. biggest since 1948. the next time it will be this big and close will be the year 2034. so you got to catch it tonight. >> jason brewer: the question is will people be able to see it here because we've had a lot of clouds. >> jason brewer: yeah, the clouds came in and covered it up. i know heather you were looking at the sky oh, it's covered now. but it's going to clear up. i think it's going to be great viewing tonight. it's the closest path to earth since 1948. fine viewing overnight there is one wrinkle with this super moon. the high tide on tuesday, compounded by a coastal storm. we may have some issues with minor to moderate coastal flooding in the eastern side of our state with the king tide produced by that super moon. in the meantime, highs yesterday were in the 40s. if you like the milder air, the warmer air, it's coming back. we already have temperatures running 5 to 10 degrees milder. even 15 degrees, warmer in cases this morning compared to
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yesterday. the clouds came in, covered up the super moon. also trapped in what little heat we had from yesterday. we're waking up at 40 in leominster. a good view at 44 degrees. reading at 43. we have 46 logan. hull at 44. wareham 38 degrees. look at that, clearing over toward harwich, 39. but 51 on nantucket right now. we are going to get a recovery today. yesterday's high temperatures in the 40s. today we add about 10 degrees on to those highs like we were saying yesterday. a good rebound. upper 50s to near 60. we'll keep it a little cooler out to the west and the higher elevations of worcester county. patriots today looking great. seattle seahawks coming to town with sunny skies. great for tailgating. 59 degrees, a nice breeze out of the west southwest. any wind that tapers off after
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degrees. and it's going to stay clear for viewing the understood overnight tonight. and really stays clear for most of monday. but then we have to turn our attention to this coastal storm. it starts to move in here on tuesday morning. so we get some showers along the south coast, the cape and islands, during the morning drive on tuesday. and then those showers make their way northward through lunchtime. the lull looks like it's going to track right across southeastern mass. that's going to bring the south shore and the cape and islands. possibly the north shore as well. farther west, lower totals. we'll talk more in detail about that coming up. but for monday, out ahead of this system. it is going to be mild. low to middle 60s. then the rain arrives on tuesday with the breezy winds. wednesday, a left over shower possible and temperatures slightly cooler than on monday. but not too much. there's really not going to be much cold air any time this week. so tonight, it's in the lower
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overnights, they're coming back up with lows in the 40s to round out the week. and we're back near 60 by the end of the week. >> jason: today marks a somber anniversary for paris and the rest of the world. how victims were remembered at the concert hall reopened for the first time since the attack. >> heather: first a group of
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>> jason: veterans day was friday, ceremonies to our area honoring the men and women who served our country. and gratitude continues this weekend. >> heather: this is real good stuff. a group of kids spent this saturday not playing video games. they spent it raking leaves. and jeff robinson shares their story. >> oh, thank you very very much. you did a nice job. they look
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sees all of the children. it's not about the leaves. it's about the interaction. she comes out and she sees 20, 30 kids, standing outside of her door that have worked for her to make her property look beautiful. it just takes one less thing off of her mind as the winter is coming. >> you see everybody -- bye bye. >> we're going to do both houses. and then if we can get this one done in record time, we have one more >> rake. >> give me your hands, tiny, good job, buddy. >> these kids i've been coaching since six years old. >> all the way in line with the fence. >> they're now turning 13. and to see them grow through the years and give back to the community. that's what it's all about for me. >> doing a great job. thank you. thank you. >> why did you volunteer? >> because it would probably
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all by yourself. >> it was kind of like something inside of my heart almost like a flower blossoming, happy to say it made someone's day by doing something as simple as raking their lawn. >> it made us feel so good. because they were really happy and appreciative we did something like that. >> jason brewer: we're starting out with some clouds this morning. but it's going to be a dry start to your sunday. that trend not lasting all week. i have the latest on a coastal storm and its arrival coming up. >> reporter: police are shot and killed a young father. >> all we heard was pow pow pow a bunch of times. >> reporter: the latest as the victim's family demands answers. >> jason: new england's unsolved solves some of the gruesome
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complete new england news coverage continues right now. this is fox 25 morning news. >> jason: we love showing you these shots on mornings like this. this is gorgeous, a live look at the common and the downtown skyline. temperatures getting a little warmer. approaching 50 degrees. jason brewer said we'll get near 60 degrees as well. going to be a really nice day today. >> heather: i have to run over to monitor before the picture goes the clouds, it's just beautiful. >> heather: gorgeous, supposed to be a really nice day out there, jason brewer, i'm going to like it, i like the warmer weather and i'm looking forward to it. >> jason brewer: yeah, a nice sunday and great for patriots fans because it's going to be great at gillette too. i've got that forecast straight ahead. right now, the 40s, the tee times just fine today. not going to have any rain. the clouds get out of here. by the noontime middle 50s and headed to the upper 50s by 1:00
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after a chilly day caught in the 40s yesterday. we're turning things around today. this trend is going to continue to start the week. then we've got to talk about the next rainmaker with the wind and coastal flooding concerns all straight ahead. >> heather: thank you very much, jason of this morning, police continue to investigate a cubble shooting that happened in dorchester last night. that took the life of a young father. >> jason: is outside of boston police headquarters, and they spoke with fox 25 about the devastating loss. >> reporter: yeah, they actually reached out to us and they said, they still have not been able to see his body. that's absolutely heartbreaking to them. the family of dantley leonard spoke only to fox 25 after they say they kept being denied access. leonard's brother say hospital officials and the medical examiner told him because he was an organ donor, they would have to come back the next day.
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man both in their 20s shot on ames street in dorchester just before 5:00 yesterday afternoon. the leonard died from his injuries. and the other man not identified suffered nonlife-threatening injuries. so far police have not released a motive. and one witness, just 13 years old, described the commotion to us. >> all we heard was pop pop pop, a bunch of times and out of nowhere, police sirens and if you're outside. >> reporter: again this morning, there are so many questions surrounding the shooting, including suspects, leads, as well as a possible motive. i'm still waiting to hear back from boston police on this very early sunday morning. as soon as i do, of course i'll pass along all of that information to you. coming up in 30 minutes, more from leonard's brother and his family's emotional plea. outside of boston police headquarters, stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> jason: new details about a
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during our 6:00 news cast. we know a woman was stabbed around 5:00. "the globe" is reporting it happened near the domino's pizza on boylston street. the employee told "the globe" that a woman was there with a man and both inside of the pizza shop. the woman expected to be okay. no word on any arrests. >> heather: we want to remind you of a closure on the commuter rail that continues through today. service on the needham line shut down while crews replace tracks in west roxbury. and no alternative service being provided. so you want to plan accordingly. the mbta says it will be up and running again for tomorrow's commute. >> jason: antitrump protests armed the country continued across the country including in portland oregon where things got out of hand. officers say last night's protests started off peacefully
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streets and began throwing things at police. the city's mayor now calling for peace and calm moving forward. >> if you are upset about the election of donald trump and you want change, there are ways to do that. get involved. but don't come participate in a protest in downtown portland tonight that has been taken over over the last three nights by people who simply want to fight with the police. >> jason: last night, police were forced once again to use distraction devices to break up the crowd. by the numbers. we know last night 19 people were arrested. that brings the total number since all of this started up to 50 arrests. there's also a shooting during the protest friday night. the man who was hit is expected to survive. >> heather: as you know, "saturday night live" certainly hasn't held back throughout the election season. last night was the first episode since tuesday's election. and the show decidely took a different tone. alec baldwin's portrayal of
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found but indicate mckinnon returned as hillary clinton. and her somber opening act had anyone talking. take a look ? love is not a victory march. it's a cold and a broken hallelujah. hallelujah. >> heather: mckinnon singing leonard cohen's hallelujah. because he passed away that week. she began with tears in her not giving up and quote, neither should you. comedian dave chapelle hosted last night. he blasted trump and he said he would give the president-elect a chance and hopes trump will return the favor to the rest of the country. both mckinnon's and chapelle's performances struck a order on the internet as you can imagine their names trending on twitter. a walpole man who posted a picture of himself in front of a
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richie kadesh posted it with the caption they're paying for the wall. a few days ago, he took out a full page ad in the walpole times to apologize to halla pain yo's restaurant calling it an awful attempt at making a joke. it comes as a babson college student is also apologizing in part for his answer. edward tomasso and another student showed up at wellesley college last week to gloat about donald trump's win. as yo is hillary clinton's alma mater. tomasso since apologized on facebook. but still denies using pro fab knit tee or spitting at some of the allegations against him. south texas will get 150 new border patrol agents to teal with the spike in immigrants caught entering the united states illegally. federal officials say they'll transfer the agents from other states including arizona and california. the agents will help screen and process immigrants who are taken into custody.
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families or unaccompanied children. >> jason: the victims after deadly attack at bagram air field in afghanistan have been identified as americans of the story breaking during our news yesterday morning now we're learning the people killed are two u.s. service members and two u.s. contractors. 16 service members were also hurt during the attack. the taliban claiming responsibility. it happened at the base as they were preparing for a post veterans day event. the victims names so far not released. >> heather: today, the world remembers the victims deadly paris attack. it was one year ago today that we were bringing the news of this developing right here on the weekend morning news. 130 people were killed as terrorists carried out those series of attacks across the city of lightly. 89 of the victims die at the bataclan concert hall. and that music venue opened for the first time last night since the attack with a concert with sting ? tears from the stars
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>> heather: perfectly appropriate song there. and beautiful. sting started the show by addressing the crowd in french and examination for a moment of silence for the victims of the attack. that show, as you might imagine, was sold out. all proceeds donated to a charities in honor of the victims. this morning, president of france is visiting the site. special plaques are being placed at each site in honor of the victims. >> jason: sting is the perfect act for that. a i think that would be a tough event to go to. the pictures that came out after the attack. i think it would be tough to be in there. >> heather: everything that happened at that concert hall. >> jason: it's good that people -- >> heather: i think if anything, music is one thing to help move on and bring people together. a local mayor is facing backlash for signing up for a college course. who footed the bill and why it has leaders up in arms.
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developing this morning, police in albany, new york continue to investigate a shooting at a mall there. the mall went into lock down after several shoppers reported gun down. more than 100 officers in tactical gear swarmed the building yesterday. and yesterday they heard bullets flying. a rush to get out of the building of course. no one released by police. now investigators looking for a man spotted in surveillance footage in the area where the shooting happened. >> heather: police are sharing surveillance video in the hopes of a woman who took a purse left behind by another shopper at a natick store. look at the video right here. it is pretty clear the woman was struggling with herself about whether or not to take that bag. in the end, her conscience did not weigh out. that purse contained a license
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if you recognize this woman, you should call police. a newborn girl is alive this morning thanks to the action of a complete stranger. this morning the baby's parents are sharing their story with fox 25, though, in hopes of trying to track down this angel to try to say thank you to her. and two local boys have an extra everything you need to know about life, you can learn from granola. keep it simple. make every piece count. let other people know what you're made of. always be real. don't be fake, don't be artificial, but always be sweet.
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>> heather: welcome back. tom brady and the patriots are making dreams come true. fox 25 kerry kavanaugh sat down with a pair of local boys who had a chance to check out gillette stadium all thanks to the make a wish foundation. >> i was all >> i was so nervous, i didn't get one hour of sleep. >> reporter: butterflies before a big day. for calvin, 11 of boxford and christopher, 15, of cohasset, it was a long time coming. calvin born with a heart defect that continues to impact his health. at age 13, christopher was diagnosed with thyroid cancer. he's now in remission, but treatments continue. through their ups and downs, they say one thing inspired them to push through. >> i could take a break and
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and i'll never forget when they won the super bowl with malcolm butler interception on my birthday. >> i fear you have overcome a lot of adversity but never gave up. you stuck with football and became one of the best players of all time. i also had to overcome lots of struggles with my health and also being bullied at school. >> reporter: both contacted make a wish, massachusetts and rhode island. and said it was their dream to meet tb12, tom brady, who had inspired them for so long. >> tom brady. it has to be >> i actually said his name backwards, i said brady tom. instead of tom brady. i was like, are you kidding me? i've been waiting two years and i mess up his name. >> reporter: make a wish rhode island and massachusetts treated the families to gillette stadium with their hero. >> tom shook everybody's hand. where are you from? how are you? did you watch the game last week? we were all just looking at each other like no way!
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field to catch a few passes. >> i was looking at it the golden spiral. >> reporter: they told me they left with a full bag of souvenirs and really full hearts. >> it felt really good to definitely walk out there knowing that all of those people really cared about how your day went. it was amazing. >> kerry kavanaugh, fox 25 news. >> not only. that was really nice, but not only under the lights tonight prime time patriots. but we haven't had the patriots action in two weeks we had bye last week. we're deprived of football. we've got prime tonight. against the is he hawks. they have a good team. we already know it should sell out any way. but a great match. >> heather: about did match up. >> jason brewer: the weather is just awesome. perfect football weather. nice for tailgating and going to cool down. that hour by hour forecast straight ahead. right now we have the clouds that come in. those clouds overnight tracked the heat from yesterday, what little we had of it. the high yesterday was in the upper 40s and we're sitting there in the middle 40s right
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wind chills at 40 degrees compared to the 20s like we were yesterday morning on fox 25 morning news. cooler readings in keene. lower 40s there. 44 in plymouth, where we've had clearer skies, let the heat go. that's why it's a little chillier there. meanwhile, tracking this coastal storm beginning to take shape. surface low pressure just off of the florida georgia coastline. begin to go tighten up and make its way toward us this week. more on that too. the fenway. we have the morning clouds about 10:00 a.m. we brighten right up. we head into the middle 50s at 11. and head for the upper 50s for high temperatures today. southern new hampshire, salem nashua, over to manchester, 58 to 57 this afternoon. here it will be a little lower in the lower locations of worcester county. and we'll see high temperatures around concord and waltham running 57 to 58.
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natick. dedham could touch 60 degrees. and over toward logan upper 50s and even your 60 in the city. there's that hour by hour patriot forecast for you. sunny skies, 55 at 4:00 p.m. there will be a dry breeze out of the west and southwest. it will taper off after sunset. so 8:00, i expect mainly quiet winds. middle 40s. and at midnight, hopeful well a pats win. clear skies. super keep it mostly sunny tomorrow and look at the wind direction out of the west and southwest as high pressure is now moving off shore here. that's going to be a very warm day with low to middle 60s here in southern new england on monday. but by tuesday here comes the coastal storm. it's off of the coast starting to see a few showers pressed up against the islands and the south coast for the monday morning drive time. then the showers continue to spread northward through midday
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we're topping out with pretty heavy rain totals. the eastern areas favored for the higher amounts. south shore, the cape and islands, around an inch of rain is likely. some of this may stretch up to the north shore as well. the bottom line, as you go westward, the amounts get lower on the current trackful we'll be fine-tuning that, check in with sarah tonight. she'll have more. and more with shiri tomorrow morning. lower 60s tonight and lower 60s tomorrow. there's the rain tuesday. wednesday we start to clear it out. and it's going to thereafter. back to you. >> jason: thanks jason. deadly shooting investigation underway in dorchester as police work to track down whoever is responsible. the victim's brother is speaking only to fox 25. the hospital rule that he says is only making this situation more difficult. >> heather: and we were just talking about the pats looking
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family getaway. . >> reporter: hi everybody, i'm butch stearns. here's your sports for sunday morning. a good weekend for boston sports teams so far.
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seattle tonight and keep things going. last night indiana with soon to be legend on hand, celts take it two in a row. isaiah thomas with a game high 23. they clamp down with good d. hold the pacers 14 points in the second quarter. 105-95 the final. al horford may return monday night against the pelicans in new orleans. bruins looking for two in a row in arizona against the but two second period goals. spooner the tip in for the third. and david pastrn?k, 10th of the year already tied for second in the league with those 10 goals. 2 in the final. tuka, third game in a row. bruins play in colorado at 7:00. it's likely dion lewis will play for the patriots against seattle. they sadded him to the 53 man roster.
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kick off at 8:30 ed demman and hogan questionable, but they should play. who can name the best defensetive player in all of baseball. wins the best player of the year award. rick porcello will find out about cy young on wednesday. that's your sports sunday morning. have a great sunday, everybody. >> jason: as protests continue throughout the weekend, it's down to business for the president-elect. >> heather: new detail tomorrow about who will lead donald trump's inner circle. >> jason brewer: when these clouds clear and when a coastal storm brings heavy rain straight ahead. >> jason: two guys on a quick turn aroun 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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right now on fox 25 morning news, i'm using future track to show you when clouds clear and how quickly you warm up where you live. >> reporter: a young father killed. his family reaching out only to fox 25, after they say they weren't allowed to see his body. >> now they're saying we can't really see -- identify my brother. >> reporter: only on fox 25, the family's emotional plea. >> heather: antitrump demonstrations turn violent again. >> get out of my face. >> heather: people in the streets across the country refusing to back down. >> the fight is on. this is not stopping. >> heather: but it wasn't all violent. the peaceful compromise between a pair of clinton and trump supporters. >> jason: a local mayor criticized about how he's spending the city's money. why the city council has a problem with the mayor going back to school. >> complete new england coverage starts right now. this is fox 25 morning news. >> jason: i just looked outside
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morning. >> heather: it is. >> jason: thank you so much for waking up and watching us this morning. it is 8:00 a.m., november 13th. i'm jason law. >> heather: i'm heather hegedus. and what a sunrise and the temperature on your screen, the temperature is flirting with 50 degrees. not bad. let's check in with meteorologist jason brewer. we like it now, i think we're going to like it later today. >> jason brewer: absolutely. i don't think i'll hear any grumbling. temperatures in the 40s just about area wide. by 11 in the morning, the pretty much out of here. it's bright, we're in the lower 50s and only going up from the there. upper 50s in most spots today. couple of areas could touch 60, fenway, the spartan race continues. morning clouds gives way of afternoon sun. temperatures on and into the upper 50s. near 60s in a lot of spots. cool dry breeze coming through. see those above normal temperatures not only today but to start the week before our next storm comes in.
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>> the closest person to me, my twin brother. >> heather: right there. that is the twin brother of a young father killed by gun violence last night. speaking only with fox 25 as that man's family now searches for answers. this morning, we've been telling you still no suspects right now in that shooting. >> jason: fox 25 stephanie coueignoux is live outside of boston police headquarters. the man that was gunned down is actually the father himself? >> reporter: yeah, so incrediy emotional for everyone involved. the family telling fox 25 they still haven't been allowed to see the body. as police continue to investigate as no arrests so far. the shooting happened 5:00 yesterday afternoon on ames street in dorchester. when police arrived they found two men in their 20s with gunshot wounds. one with nonlife-threatening injuries, the other,dant lee
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where he was pronounced dead. his twin brother, danly spoke with fox 25, saying the medical examiner and hospital officials would not let him see his brother's body because he was an organ donor and they would have to wait until the hospital reopened. it's something he says adds to their grief. >> that's the closest person to me, my twin brother. they gave us a number to call. and now they say we can't really see >> reporter: police haven't released a name of the second victim. and i asked him about a possible motive, whether they do now have any suspects or any leads. i'm going to actually walk into the headquarters right here behind me. as soon as i get an update, i'll let you know. coming up in 30 minutes, the commotion that a 13-year-old witness shared with us during those gunshots. outside of boston police headquarters, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> heather: all right. stephanie, thank you very much
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easton has died. police trying to piece together what happened after two teenagers on their bikes came across that man barely alive on tuesday. and as i said, he since has passed away. fox 25 christine mccarthy reports the death now being called suspicious. police looking for a car that may be connected to the crime. >> shock and ahh. >> reporter: visitor at the lan walking paths and close to many homes. >> scary for the nearby families that live right across from the pond. >> reporter: daniel smith, a 35-year-old florida resident who previously lived in easton die understand the hospital thursday night the district attorney's office announced saturday. easton police told fox 25 tuesday two teens discovered smith lying 25 yards into the woods off pond street that afternoon. he had been shot in the head and
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>> two 13-year-old boys were riding their bicycles down here on pond street. they went into the woods and found this gentleman. they in turn called their mother, who came down to the scene, confirmed that there was a person here. and then called us. >> reporter: the easton fire department worked on smith, who remained unconscious. >> he was breathing. but he was not able to communicate with any person along the scene. >> reporter: local officers and state police assigned to the district attorney's office are investigating what led up to with information to come forward. neighbors and visitors of this typically quiet area still in disbelief. >> sleepy town. you don't really hear of this thing kind of happening around here. >> reporter: christine mccarthy, fox 25 news. >> jason: this morning, a fourth night of protests turned violent around the country. video you're looking at from minneapolis when two police officers were hurt when
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several people arrested there, including three police call out of town instigators. violence continued in portland as well where they got in early confrontations there. at least 19 people wound up in handcuffs. and in other cities demonstrations remained peaceful. like this march in las vegas. hundreds carried signs an chanted while marching down the strip. they ended right in front of trump's hotel. >> heather: worcester joined in as well. at least 200 people gathered outside of worcester for a peaceful protest. trump supporter robert pagan showed up wearing a mission america great hat on the left. pagan and a hillary clinton supporter agreed to talk to one another rather than get into an argument. >> he and i are actually we're good. i moon, i totally disagree with what you just said but we're good. >> we disagree but we're cool. >> heather: they agree to coexist there. police positioned themselves around the rally but fortunately
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student apologizes after video released of him waving a trump flag around wellesley college the day after election, they posted the video on social media, showed them taunting wellesley students. there were also reports that they spit at some of the students. tomasso posted an apology on facebook but denied using any profanity or spitting. babson's college vice-president, investigating that incident the two already expelled university. the transition team headed by mike pence working to fill hundreds of positions in the white house. one most important role may be decided kelly an conway, trump's campaign manager announced that he's getting ready to announce the chief of staff. reince preibus is front-runner for the job. and steve ban non, a close confidante of trump's. the new announcement could come as soon as tomorrow. >> heather: meanwhile, hillary clinton is blaming the fbi probe
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she said, the letters fbi director james comey sent to congress, delivered a double whammy to her campaign. the first brought her private e-mail scandal back into focus robbing her of the momentum after the debates. she says the second, which exonerated fired up trump supporters. despite the loss, they urged her supporters to keep moving forward and fighting for their causes. >> jason: monday night, brockton city council will meeting. the first to figure out why mayor bill carpenter is going to school on the taxpayer's dime. the documents show the city auditor approved payment and other fees back in august so the mayor carpenter could attend class at a community college. the mayor of brockton the cost of the tuition $580 for the semester of a foreign language course. one councillor told the enterprise, this is something the mayor should've paid for
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on granite rocks for a memorial at city hall. but that granite is nowhere to be found. the meeting is monday night. >> heather: protecting the privacy of a 19-year-old murder victim for the third time. sethna sail i can't, convicted of killing lizzy marriott in 2012. he's trying to get the court to let him use sexual past for his appeal. the court rejected that several times including most recently this past thursday. na scale i can't heads to court this thursday for his appeal. >> jason: we remember how speak 49 ended. the seattle seahawks are in third place and looking to extend their lead in the nfc west. seattle coming off of a win against buffalo. patriots 3 and 1, cruising in their division afc east.
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kick off at 8:30 at gillette. >> heather: for the second time in a matter of week, the man making sure his message is heard loud and clear. this time a much different tone. the big apology he issued to a local restaurant. through a full page ad in his local newspaper. >> jason: also two guys hoping for a quick turn over on a fixer upper run into problems when tenant there refuses to leave. >> she was living there and not pay and they were in the process of
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>> heather: we want to update morning. the u.s. geological survey upgraded that earthquake that hit new zealand this morning to 7.8 magnitude up from the original estimate of 7.4. the new zealand officials saying the first wave of a tsunami created by the wake is hitting the coast of that country. just in the last hour, several reports of after shock in that area. the christ church area of new
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richter scale. so far no reports of major damage or injuries. this is pretty early on of course. that same area hit by a deadly earthquake five years ago. >> 8:13 this morning. two business partners bought a fixer upper and home planning to get in and out and make money as fast as possible. but a tenant living there is refusing to get out and now they're stuck. they told fox 25 john monahan they can't even renovate and now they must litigate to in their property. >> reporter: linda walls has been living at 21 revere street in hull for more than a year and a half. yet so far she's only paid three months rent. she owes the former homeowner $2700. but they sold the house and never collected. linda still lives there and still has not been paid rent. >> we were looking for a property to flip. and we got a friend that was getting rid of it.
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bought it back in june. >> that she was living there and not pay and they were in the process of evicting her. >> reporter: the business partners assumed that the eviction which was underway would happen soon but attorney alan siegel who specializes in eviction law says landowners need to be fully say wear of the law. >> you really need to know what you're doing if you're going to be a labrador lord in massachusetts. because the laws are stricted construed and they do favor the tenant. existing tenant, the new owner becomes the new landlord and eviction process must start from scratch. greg and mark didn't want to be landlords, they just wanted to flip the house. >> this person was in there legitimately at one point in time renting a room. the rights they had from the prior owner passed through to the new owner. >> reporter: greg and mark got caught up trying to sort out the
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people can do that and get away with it. >> reporter: it turns out walls may be doing something familiar to some landlords in massachusetts. court records show she is well aware of laws that favor tenants and is using them to her advantage. fox 25 uncovered several housing cases in plymouth and in hull. this document shows she got a restraining order against muskoe on august 22nd, restraining him from coming into his own property. next, she claimed court appointed attorney. back in february of 2015, walls issued a restraining order against john buchanan in plymouth housing court. on april, they met in court. the case was continued to may and then to june. then finally settled in buchanan's favor in mid-june. back in hull, we tried to speak with walls to get her side of the story. >> i just wanted to see if we could talk to you about what's
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>> reporter: that day we learned the court did the talking tore walls. a judge found in her favor and that she had the right to remain in the house. greg and mark stuck again, unable to proceed until they can resolve this issue with linda walls. >> we just want the house back. we want her out. we want the house so we can fix it. >> it's our career, how we make money, can't make it if we can't sell it. >> reporter: those homeowners tell me today linda walls has she told fox 25, she got the restraining order because the landlord was rude to her. she continues to live in her home rent free. i'm fox 25 news, john monahan. >> heather: let's talk about weather. >> jason: jason has been using the metaphor of the clouds as a blanket. not only it makes me think of bed, to sleep. >> heather: you don't want to be here. >> jason: the blanket keeps us warm. that's why we see a little bit of a warm up today?
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something today, ha? >> jason brewer: there you go. they're nicely timed because they come in in the overnight. trap a little bit of heat from yesterday and then when they move out, then the sun comes in and warms you four the rest of the day. we're right on cue here. timing it out perfectly today. upper 40s is where we were yesterday. below normal. but now we're running around 5 to 10 degrees warmer compared to yesterday at this time. i was showing you wind chills in the 20s yesterday morning. today, nothing of the sort. look at these 40s in locations, even 52 on nantucket right now. we'll drill into some of the local neighborhoods for you. let's go over to framingham, where it's 45 degrees. randolph as well. rockport at 47. pepperell, lowell, fitchburg, all of the lower and middle 40s this morning. we had some clearer skies here over the south shore and the cape and islands. so we had lower temperatures where the heat went back out to space. plymouth at 39 right now. but you'll warming up later today as well.
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lunchtime. i expect to pretty much wall to wall. upper 50s in and dover today. hudson and natick and dedham near 60 degrees. and we'll see those readings also for plymouth county and bristol county with upper 50s to near 60. patriots are at home. of course, seahawks in town. sunny and 55 for tailgate. 8:00 readings down to the middle 40s. light winds after sunset. it's going to be great out there at gillette. clear skies overnight for our super moon viewing. we'll keep it sunny for most of monday. but here comes our next weather maker. low pressure now developing off of the georgia florida coastline. making its way towards the outer banks by monday afternoon. meanwhile, out ahead of it, we are getting even a little bit warmer than today. so that warming trend continues through early week. then the clouds and the showers
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there's 8:00 a.m. brand new model information coming in. slower arrival of some of the showers. bottom line best chance for the morning drive to, impacted. looks like the south coast and carolinas impacted by some of this rain. then at noon, better chance of all areas of southern new england to start get in on rain and wind. on shore flow offer of the ocean. combined with the king tides from the super moon could be minor to moderate coastal flooding in eastern mass. that's what we've got to watch tuesday beginning at the breezy winds, 55 and rain on tuesday. wednesday, though, we're clearing it on out of here. with the left over shower chance. here's your seven-day forecast. mild air sticking around. next week, look at that, we're at 60 again by the end of next week. back to you. >> two new parents frantic when the baby stops breathing and starts to turn blue. >> i ran outside and i started screaming for helpful i was, you know -- my baby is dying. >> jason: coming up the mystery woman who came out of the dark
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>> jason: as you know veterans day friday. honoring men and women who served our country. the good news, the gratitude continued this weekend. >> heather: a group of kids spent time on their saturday instead of thinking of themselves, thinking of others, raking leaves for veterans in attleboro. photo journalist jeff robinson shares their story. >> much. you did a nice job. they look great. >> when she comes out and she sees all of the children, you know, it's not about the least. it's about the interaction. she comes out and she sees 20, 30 kids standing outside of her door that have worked for her to make her property look beautiful. it just takes one less thing off of her mind as to winter coming. >> okay, everybody. bye bye.
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done in record time. weapon have one more house to do. >> rake. >> give us a hand tiny. good job, buddy. >> these kids i've been coaching since some of them were six years old. >> all the way in line with the fence. >> they're now turning 13. and to see them grow through the years and give back to the community, that's what it's all about for me. >> why did you volunteer? >> because have been hard for you to do it all by yourself. something deep inside of my heart, almost like a flower blossoming. it was just happy to say that we made someone's day by doing something as simple as raking their lawn. >> it makes us feel good because they were so appreciative and really happy we did something like that. >> jason: nice. >> heather: great kids there. and obviously making a real difference too. the little things that really
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>> why did you? because it would be hard to do. >> heather: they get it. jason, great day to rake the leaves today. >> jason brewer: good morning. we're dry, a little milder. high clouds around. i'll show you when they clear out and how much warmer they get before rain arrives coming up. >> reporter: police are searching for the person who shot and killed a young flower. >> all we heard was just pow pow pow a bunch of time. >> reporter: the latest on the family demands answers. >> jason: and fox 25 new england's unsolved recounts some of the most gruesome and heartbreaking murders where victims and their families have no justice and their killers still walk the streets. tune in f 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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>> jason: welcome back everyone. it's 8:30, a beautiful start to our sunday. see the clouds and sunshine, just a nice day and warmer than yesterday, approaching the 60s for a lot of spots out there. it's great. get out and enjoy it if you can. >> heather: the clouds and skies. the clouds are keeping it warm are out there than yesterday morning. pass it over to jason brewer. we are just in store for a i like our forecast. >> jason brewer: it is dry right now. thick and mid level cloud cover coming through parts of southern new england but it's out of here by 11:00 in the morning and it's bright for the rest of the day. tee times, sure, temperatures in the middle 50s at 11:00 a.m. headed near 60 in a couple of inland spots. a cool dry breeze coming through. only about 5 to 15 miles an hour. not too breezy. looking great out there. low to middle 60s in norwood.
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portsmouth. i am tracking our next coastal storm already taking shape. show you where that is and where it's headed coming up. >> heather: all right. thank you, jason. this morning, boston police continue to investigate a double shooting that happened last night in dorchester. it took the life of a young father. >> jason: fox 25 stephanie coueignoux is live outside of boston police headquarters. stephanie, the victim's brother spoke only to fox 25 about the devastating loss they're experiencing right now. >> reporter: yeah, he wanted to reach out to fox 25 after he allowed to see his brother's body. as you can imagine, it is just absolutely devastating. i did just get an update that i wanted to pass along to you from boston police. they say this is still an ongoing investigation. and they're not releasing much information at this time. including what a possible motive is or whether this was a targeted shooting. but they did say they are still actively searching for whoever was involved in this shootings.
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leonard spoke only to fox 25 after they say they kept being denied to his body. hospital officials and the medical examiner told them because he was an organ donor, they would have to come back the next day. police say leonard and another plan both in their 20s shot by another man on ames street in dorchester, the man not being identified yet had nonlife-threatening injuries. and this morning, poli shot the men. again, they haven't released a motive. but one witness, just 13 years old. described the commotion to us. >> all we heard was just pow pow pow a whole bunch of times. and out of nowhere, you hear police sirens and people telling you to go inside if you're outside. >> reporter: again, this is an active investigation. as soon as we get an update from boston police, we'll let you know. coming up in 30 minutes, more
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outside of boston police headquarters, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> heather: all right. stephanie. thank you. this as new details are out this morning about a stabbing that happened near fenway park. we brought you this story as breaking news last night during our 6:00 p.m. news cast. a woman was found around 5:00 last night. and this morning, the globe , is reporting that it happened in a domino's pizza in the 1200 block of boylston street. an employee told the paper, the woman was there with a man and both were familiar to workers. that woman is expected to be okay arrests. >> jason: a death investigation on the way in easton after a florida man found shot in the head in the woods. the man was found tuesday near walking paths and homes in the lang water pond area. 35-year-old daniel smith died friday night at the hospital and police treating it as a suspicious death. they're looking for a car that could be connected to the case. a description of the car, a red
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>> heather: we want to remind you of a closure on the commuter rail happening today. service on the needham line is shut down right now while crews replace the tracks in west roxbury. no alternative service being provided. the mbta says the trains will be back up and running tomorrow just in time for the morning commute. >> jason: developing this morning, another night of anti-donald trump protests all throughout the country including in portland oregon where once again, things there got hand. >> of the law. >> get out of my fays! >> jason: officers say last night's protests began peacefully but escalated when people in mass blocked the streets and began throwing things at police. the mayor is calling for things calm moving forward. >> if you're upset about the election of donald trump, and you want change, there are ways to do that. get involved. but don't come participate in a protest in downtown portland tonight that has been taken over
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with the police. >> jason: last night, police were once again forced to use distraction devices to try to break up the crowd. >> heather: "saturday night live" certainly hasn't held back throughout the election season. and last night was the first episode since tuesday's election and the show took a decidedly different tone. alec baldwin's portrayal of donald trump was nowhere to be found. but kate mckinnon returned as hillary clinton. and has everyone talking. take a look. ? it's a cold and a broken hallelujah ? >> heather: mick kin nondoing a rendition of leonard cohen's hallelujah. he passed away this week that may be one reason they chose to do that song. she did the rendition with tears in her eyes and said she's not giving up and neither should
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president-elect a chance and he says he hopes trump will return the favor to the rest of the country. both chapelle and mckinnon's performances seem to have struck a cord on the internet. their names trending on twitter. a walpole man who posted a picture of himself in front of a mexico can't restaurant is in trouble this morning. with the caption they're paying for the wall. well a few days out a full page ad in the walpole times to apologize to the jalapeno restaurant where he took that picture. calling it an awful attempt at making a joke. >> jason: the victims of a deadly attack in bagram air force have been identified as americans. the story breaking yesterday morning. and now we learned the people killed are two u.s. service members and two u.s. contractors. 16 service members were also hurt.
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getting ready for a post veterans day event. so far the victim's names have not been released. >> heather: today, the world remembers the victims of the deadly paris terrorist attack. it was one year ago today, right here, that we were telling you 130 people were killed. as terrorists carried out a series of attacks across the city of light. 89 of those victims died at the bataclan. and that music venue opened for the first time last night since the attack with a sting concert. ? tears from the stars, like steers from the stars ? ? >> heather: haunting and beautiful music right there. the musician addressing the crowd in french. asking for a moment of silence for the victims of the attack. that show as you might imagine was sold out. all of the proceeds now being donated to a pair of charities setting up in honor of the victims of the attacks. this morning france's president is taking the time to visit each
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special plaques like the one you see right there which are being placed at each attack site in honor of the victims. i can only imagine what a somber day it is there. >> jason: a lot of times you have these tragies at places like that, nobody wants to go back, sometimes they even knock it down. i'm glad they're not. but you can see how it can be really tough to be there at that concert. >> heather: but they're not going to let it break them. a mayor facing backlash for who footed that bill.
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>> jason: developing this morning, police in albany, new york are investigating a shooting at a mall.
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fire. tactical gear officers swarmed the building. there was a rush to get away from the area. no one was hurt. two men detained but later released. now they're looking for another man spotted by surveillance footage near where it happened. >> heather: surveillance footage catching a woman taking a purse. take a look at the video yourself here. you see according to police, the woman having an inte take the bag. but later on you see the her conscience did not win out. she did take it. and put it in her cart. police do want to speak with her. two local boys have an extra reason to smile this morning. we'll tell you about the special treat they got courtesy of the new england patriots and the make a wish foundation. and this one also a real up lifting story after a newborn girl has a struggle she is alive
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>> heather: welcome back. family in amesbury this morning is hoping to track down the person who saved their baby girl when she stopped breathing. they were still on the floor
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when a neighbor heard them screaming and ran to helpful that couple shared the neighbor's heroic actions with fox 25's bob ward. >> i love her to death. >> reporter: this is rail lynn bilodeau, just over a week old and already survived a life or death drama. ray lynn's mom noticed her not breathing. >> she arched her back backwards and started failing her head side to side and her eyes -- you know, she looked >> reporter: rail lynn's dad rushed to help and he told me in moments it got worse. >> she's turning purple, blue wish, her eyes popping out of her head. >> reporter: at the same time, corey called 911 and the mom rushed outside for fresh air. >> i ran outside and i started screaming for helpful you know any baby is dying. she's turning blue, she's not breathing. can somebody help me. >> reporter: the seconds seemed like hours.
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arrived. some would call what happened next was a miracle. >> one nice lady came out running out of nowhere from the dark and grabbed her from me and started doing cpr on her and soon after started crying, so i noticed she was getting air and the then the ambulance came a few minutes after that. >> reporter: corey and reilly still don't know who the mystery woman was they only know she made all of the difference. if the anybody didn't intervene, what do you think would've happened here? >> she would've so, yeah, thankful toll the next-door neighbor, she was there, really saved her life. >> reporter: time was critical. it took emergency crews less than five minutes to get on scene. but two minutes into the call, that neighbor stepped in to helpful i listened to the 911 call. i heard an awful lot of panic in there. the parents would love to find that neighbor and thank her. in middleton, bob ward, fox 25 news. >> now your local forecast from meteorologist jason brewer and
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>> jason brewer: man as a father of three, i just can't imagine. i'm just so glad she is okay. what a story from bob there. temperatures right now are warmer than yesterday. if you're heading out the door early, you're going to feel a little bit of a difference and it's already upon us. we're in the 40s. still cool. you need a jacket. in particular, the temperatures upper 40s. clearing here in plymouth county, we're actually seeing the upper 30s there. those clouds will move out today. and then we can turn our attention to taking shape. there's upper low pressure back over the deep south and a surface low pressure is now forming off of the florida georgia coastline heading in our direction. more on that straight ahead. right now you see those clouds beginning to thin out. our boston view right over the hancock at 47 degrees. westwood, logan at 13 miles per hour. and won't get much stronger than that today. a few wind gusts 20 to 25. overall just a standard breeze coming through.
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after 10:00 a.m. and left in highs in the middle 50s there today. be on in the mid to upper 50s in southern new hampshire with sunny skies developing. worcester over to auburn, middle low, 50s here. peters ham too. concord all running in the middle to upper 50s. a little above normal after a chilly day yesterday. upper 50s to near 60 degrees in dedham. process for a super moon -- the super moon viewing and then tomorrow it's sunny for most of the day as well. look at the wind direction out of the west and southwest. so that's a warm wind. we're going to be seeing temperatures in the low and middle 60s on monday afternoon. so if you like this mild, warmer weather. it's going to carry into the start of the week. then we'll see the clouds build in and a few showers arrive for the monday morning drive time. right now it looks like the south coast, the cape and
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get wet on tuesday morning. sarah has got an update on the timing of all of this coming up tonight on fox 25 news. she's got time to fine-tune the exact track of the ocean storm. you see these winds coming on shore. the high tide with the super moon. we're concerned there could be moderate to minor coastal flooding on the east coast at noon on tuesday. but we turn our attention to the moon, though, it's going to look bigger and brighter tonight. the super moon p earth since 1948. i think those clear skies are going to persist tonight and give us some good viewings. good stuff there. on wednesday morning, we've wrapped up our rain event. but we've been left with a good inch of rain across southeastern mass. the question is, how far west does that heavier rain make it. we can get some bands that wrap around and bring some hefty showers back up towards the worcester hills even. right now we're watching the
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can't rule out a few heavy showers west. wednesday we clear out. stay on the mild side upper 50s to near 60 right through the seven-day forecast. back to you. >> jason: this morning, a deadly shooting investigation is underway in dorchester as police work to track down whoever is responsible. the victim's brother is talking only to fox 25. the hospital rule that he said is only making this situation more difficult. >> heather: and the pats are
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>> reporter: it's been a good weekend for boston sports teams so far. we'll see the patriots can cooperate with a win against seattle tonight to keep things going. with 60-year-old ledge gemmed on hand. celtics make it two in a row, isaiah thomas with a high. hold the patriots to 14 points in second quarter.
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horford may return monday night against the pelicans in new orleans. bruins against the coyotes last night. two second period goals. spooner the tip in for his third. and david pastrn?k, his 10th of the year already, tied for second in the league with those 10 goals. 2-1 the final. tuka 37 saves. 2nd game win in a row. bruins play colorado at 7:00. it's likely dion lewis will play for the patriots seattle. pats added him to thes rower. find out if he's active an hour before tonight's game. 8:30 kick off for pats and seahawks. edelman and lewis questionable. not sure on hogan. pats 7.5 favorites over seattle. mookie betts best defensive of all baseball. finds out about mvp on sunday.
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about cy young. that's your sunday morning sports. have a great sunday, everyone. >> jason: protests continue throughout the country down to business for the president-elect. >> heather: coming up the new details that could be coming out as early as tomorrow now about who will lead donald trump's inner circle. >> jason brewer: watching temperatures already rising. 51 in fitchburg already. 48 in norwood. a timeline of when these clouds clear. and when our next rainmaker brings the heavy threat for
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killed, his family reaching out only to fox 25, as his family says they weren't allowed to see his body. >> we can't really see -- identify my brother. >> reporter: only on fox 25, the family's emotional plea. >> heather: antitrump demonstrations turn violent again. >> get out of my face! >> heather: people in the streets across the country refusing to back down. >> the fight is on. this is not stopping. >> heather: but it wasn't all violent. of trump support and clinton supporters. >> jason: why the city council has a problem with the mayor going back to school. >> complete new england coverage starts right now. this is fox 25 morning news. >> heather: good sunday morning to you. hope your morning is off to a fantastic start. it's 9:00 a.m. now. on sunday, november 13th. i'm heather hegedus, we're waking up to a really warm morning. >> jason: oh, yeah it's nice. i'm jason law.
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by checking in with meteorologist jason brewer. he's got good news for today. >> jason brewer: temperatures right now. warmer than they were all day. 51 in new bedford. future cast takes you into the middle 50s at 11:00. and we have brighter skies. a little bit of cloud cover right now. but it doesn't last all day. we only go up from there. sunshine right into sunset. high temperatures running 57 to 60 degrees. our normal is 52. so we're going back on the other side of average for area. a lot of upper 50s to mix in with plenty of sunshine. next weather maker wind flooding concerns all straight ahead. >> the closest person to me is my twin brother. >> heather: the twin brother of a young father killed by gun violence speaking right there only on fox 25 as his family searches for answers this morning. this as another man remains hospitalized right now and
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all of this. fox 25 stephanie coueignoux is live outside of boston police headquarters. and this morning, stephanie, we know the man killed in this shooting is actually the father of twin boys himself? >> reporter: yeah. and the family when speaking with fox 25 so incredibly emotional as you can imagine. and what's so devastating is they say they still haven't been able to see his body. police telling me this is an active investigation but so anyone. these shootings happened just before 5:00 yesterday on ames street in dorchester. when police arrived, they found those two men in their late 20s with gunshot wounds. with nonlife-threatening injuries, the other, dantley leonard, was rushed to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. his brother, dan lee, said they wouldn't let him see his body because he was an organ donor
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it's something he said only adds to their grief. >> that's the closest person to me is my twin brother. they gave us a number to call. and now they're saying we can't even really see or identify my brother. >> reporter: also this morning, police still not releasing the name of the second victim. they say this is an active and ongoing investigation. they're not releasing much information at this time. i did ask about a motive and any on that. of course as soon as i hear back, get another update, i'll let you know. coming up in 30 minutes, the commotion that a 13-year-old witness told us about during all of this. outside of boston police headquarters, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> jason: and another shooting in boston to tell you about. this one in mission hill. a viewer sent us video on smith street around 6:00 last night. boston police tell us one person was shot and taken to the hospital suffering nonlife-threatening injuries.
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>> heather: and this morning, a man found shot in the head in the woods in easton has died. police have been trying to piece together what happened after two teens on their bikes discovered -- made that gruesome discovery of that man barely alive on tuesday. fox 25 christine mccarthy reports this morning that man's death is being called suspicious now. and police are looking for a car with specific place that may be connected to the crime. >> shock and >> reporter: visitors of the lang pond area of eastston surprised by the investigation into a suspicious death in the woods here among walking paths and close to many homes. >> scary for my of the nearby families that live right across from the pond. >> reporter: daniel smith a 35-year-old florida resident who previously lived in easton died in the hospital friday night. the district attorney's office announced saturday. easton police told fox 25 tuesday two teens discovered
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woods off pond street that afternoon. he had been shot in the head and was in critical condition. >> two 13-year-old boys were riding their bicycles down here on pond street. they went into the woods and found this gentleman. they in turn called their mother, who came down to the seen, confirmed that there was a person here and then called us. >> reporter: the easton fire department worked on smith who remained unconscious. >> he was breathing but he was not able to communicate with any person >> local officers and state police assigned to the district attorney's office are investigating what led up to smith's death, asking anyone with information to come forward. neighbors and visitors of this typically quiet area still in disbelief. >> sleepy town. you don't really hear of this thing kind of happening around here. >> reporter: christine mccarthy for fox 25 news. >> jason: developing this morning, a fourth night of protest turned violent around
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indianapolis overnight where two police officers were hurt when police say protesters started throwing rocks. several people were arrested there, including three people police called out of town instigators. and violence continued in portland, oregon, where police and protesters got into early confrontations there. at least 19 people had to be arrested. in other cities demonstrations remained more peaceful. like this march in las vegas. hundreds carried signs and chanted while marching down the middle of las vegas's strip ending in frt hotel. >> heather: another city where the protests a little more peacely. worcester. this was the scene yesterday where at least 200 gathered outside city hall there for protesters to show how unhappy they were with trump's victory but just speaking and not using any physical actions. many denouncing trump's views on women, immigration and other rights. on your left trump supporter robert pagan who showed up wearing a make america great
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were able to talk to one another rather than get into an argument. >> him and i are good. i totally disagree with what you just said, but we're good. >> disagree but we're cool. >> heather: police positioned themselves around the rally. but like i said, there were no major issues. >> jason: a babson college student now apologizing after a video shows him waving a trump flag at wellesley college. edward tomasso drove by wellesley hillary clinton's alma mater a day aft he posted this video on social media showing them aunting wellesley students. there were reports that they also spit at those students. tomasso issued an apology on facebook but denied using any profanity or spitting. babson college told us they're investigating the incident. the two have been expelled from the university. transition team headed by mike pence, one of the most important roles may be decided
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manager, getting ready to announce the chief of staff. reince preibus the front-runner for the job as well as steve banon. a confidante of trump's and could be in the running. the announce could come as early as tomorrow. >> heather: now that president-elect trump has won, that promise could become a reality. much of president obama's legacy relies on the executive orders he signed. not on congress. obama's immigration and environmental protection policies, among other things, could now be reversed with an executive order from trump once he takes office. that's all it would take. key funding for obamacare is also at stake. right now it's only still available because of an appeal filed by the white house but if trump cancels that appeal, millions of dollars worth of subsidies could go away. trump said he wants to preserve some of obamacare, he said this
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willing compromise and preserve parts that allow older children to stay on their parents insurance and save the law that saves insurance companies from denying preexisting conditions. this as hillary clinton is deny blaming her loss on the fbi. she told them the letter fbi director james comey sent to congress, delivered a double whammy to her campaign. she said the first brought her private e-mail focus robbing her of the momentum created after the debate. she said the second, which exonerated her, just fired up trump supporters. despite the loss, clinton called on her supporters to keep moving forward and keep fighting for her causes. >> jason: the mayor of brockton criticized for using taxpayer's money. monday night city council will take up to two separate issues. the first why the mayor is going
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tuition and other fees back in august, so mayor carpenter could attend a class at community college. the cost of the tuition was $585 for the semester of a foreign language course. one councillor told the enterprise that this was something the mayor should've paid for himself. the council will be asking brockton's fire chief why more than $9,000 was spent on granite rocks for a memorial at city hall but that grn knit nowhere to be found. brockton city council meeting is monday night. >> heather: time now the new hampshire supreme court has rule understand favor of protecting the privacy of 19-year-old murder victim for the third time. seth mazzaglia was convicted of killing 19-year-old lizzy marriott a unh student from west bore pro mass. in 2012. mazzaglia trying to get the court to allow him to use evidence about marriott's sexual past for his appeal. the court has rejected that argument several times, including most recently this past thursday.
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wednesday for his murder appeal hearing. >> jason: tonight we're in for a treat. rematch of super bowl 49. we all know how that ended. looking to stepped their lead in the nfc west, the seahawks. meanwhile, the patriots are 7 and 1 and cruising in the afc east, coming off of the bye beak, they're 2 and 4 under belichick and tom brady. kick off at require at >> heather: looking forward to that. this time, a much different tone to the message. we'll tell you about the big apology he just issued to a local restaurant through this ad in the newspaper. >> jason: plus the controversial issue now legal in massachusetts. fox 25 went straight to the experts to find out how legalizing recreational
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>> heather: 9:14. we're following breaking news for you this morning out of new zealand, people along that country's east coast now being told to move to higher ground in the aftermath of a major
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the 7.8 earthquake hit outside of christ church around midnight there local time. now we're getting our first look right here at the impact. this is video from inside of a house as that earthquake hit. you see everything moving around and shaking there. we reported last hour that that quake created the tsunami that has already hit the south island. so far only minor damage to report to you. but of course this is still pretty early on. we'll keep tabs on it for you. again, at this point, n monitoring it. >> jason: ever since the result of tuesday's vote came in, fox 25 stories on legalized recreational marijuana have been some of the most fewed on fox25boston.com. everybody wants to know just how it's going to work here in massachusetts. now question 4 passed. fox 25 robert goulston went straight to experts to get some answers. >> it will be just as complicated as if we were bringing alcohol to massachusetts for the first time. >> reporter: former treasurer steve grossman gives us a better
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get question 4 recreational marijuana usefully rolled out. >> you need to protect the public's interest. and that's a complicated process. >> reporter: it will be regulated like alcohol under the state's treasury. the governor who opposed the ballot question, says his office will find a approachshable that honored the will of the voters that also address the health issues in our communities. aclu also plans to be involved telling us we must be sure elected officials who oppose question 4 do not use their influence to reject voters demanded on election day. >> we need to make sure that this is done in a way that does minimumize the impact on our communities and on people who, you know, don't want to have anything to do with marijuana. >> reporter: the way the ballot was written, does address some of the unknowns already resurfacing like what your landlord can or cannot do.
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marijuana. but they can't prohibit you from consuming -- consuming other marijuana products. >> i think employers will be concerned about their employees potentially using marijuana and failing drug tests. and that could have an impact on the work force. >> reporter: the job question should be sorted out in court. >> you have to balance a person's right to privacy. with the employer's right to have a safe workplace. >> reporter: federal laws come federal law any use of medical marijuana is illegal. in boston, robert goulston, fox 25 news. >> heather: i was just taking a picture with the super moon graphics here. this super moon not even in nearly 70 years. it's going to grace the sky tomorrow night. or tonight. this is a shot of last night's moon. the full moon tonight will be the biggest since 1948. and the next time will be this
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tonight and see it. >> jason: love it. it's 17 miles closer -- >> heather: no, 17,000 miles. i think 17,000 miles closer. >> jason: i don't know. >> jason brewer: yeah, the moon is in elliptical orbit. so at certain times it's going to be farther away and closer. so here we are. it's a par row gee, it's a king tie. lots of things going on. bottom line, it's closest to earth since 1948. so great viewing tonight. it's going to a look a little brighter and bigger of the one wrinkle with this one, we had last month. we did have the full moon at paroji. we had high tides coming in with the king tide. this one will be even taller. there will be that coastal flooding threat. with a coastal storm moving up from the south and adding to that, we'll have to be monitoring that, especially at noon on tuesday as all of this starts to come together.
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we're looking great out there under mostly sunny skies going forward today. but this coastal storm forming right now is what i'm watching right now to bring that rain, wind and coastal flood concern. right now it's 49 at logan. the wind chill at 44. yesterday i was showing you wind chills in the 20s. we turn it around a little bit and look at the sunshine right now in the back bay with the temperatures climbing through the 50s and close to 60 around middleboro, brockton in the upper 50s today. cape cod, nantucket, how about mid 50s, sunny skies. great weather for football. patriots, of course, at home against the seahawks. if you're headed out to gillette tailgate maybe at patriots place, this is just why, sunny skies, 55 depress, a dry breeze coming through. any winds that we have dies off after sunset. so nice for kick off. even though it's football cool. 45 at 8:00 p.m. low 40s and
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overnight tonight. we are going to keep it nice and sunny for tomorrow morning. appear then by late in the day, clouds start to move in. but it's a very mild monday. in fact, some might even call it warm by mid november standards. that west and south westerly wind flow is going to warm us up. then the wind shift around the ocean and start to increase on tuesday. that's, again, why we have that high tide concern. we'll have coastal flooding issues possibly with this low taking shape to so as it moves in tuesday morning. the best chance to get morning showers on the morning drive time. south coast, the cape and islands. but then the showers increase in coverage through midday. and get heavier during the afternoon and even into the night on tuesday. so by the time we wake up tuesday, rain is pretty much wrapped up. but we've left pretty hefty rain totals behind. we need the rain with the ongoing drought. half inch to inch of rain along the coast and the cape and
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locally and then out to the west lower amounts about a third of an inch. there's your seven-day forecast. a mild monday and then the rain tuesday. but it clears out. and we're shaping out nice again, with above normal temperatures for the rest of the week. >> jason: all right. jason. today marks a somber anniversary for paris and the world. the special way the victims were remembered for the first time since the attack. >> heather: these kids are awesome. they found a you can never tell from thrm, flaky layers are on the inside. but let's just say it's more than ever. share the warmth of grands biscuits, now with even more flaky layers it's baking season. warm up with pillsbury.
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. >> jason: veteransay parades and commemorations honoring our veterans. and it continues this weekend. >> heather: fox 25 photo journalless robinson has their story. >> thank you very very much, you did a nice job. everything looks
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sees all of the children. it's not about the leaves. it's about the interaction. she comes out and she sees 20, 30 kids, standing outside of her door, that have worked for her to make her property look beautiful. it just takes one less thing off of her mind as to winter coming. >> thank you, everybody. bye bye. >> we're going to do both houses. if we can do this in record time, we have one more house to do. >> one, two, three, raking leaves! >> some of them 13 years old. to see them grow through the years and give back to the community that's what it's all about for me. >> why did you volunteer? >> because it probably would've been hard for you to do all by yourself.
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blossoming, it was happy to say it made someone's day by something so simple as raking someone's lawn. >> it made us appreciative and happy that we did something like that. >> jason: all right. skies are brightening up right now. upper 40s, we're warmer than we were all day yesterday in many spots. and we're only going up from here. i got the latest on the coastal storm developing this morning straight ahead. >> reporter: police are searching for the person who >> we hear just pop pop pop a whole bunch of times. >> reporter: the latest on the investigation as the victim's family demands answers. fox 25's new england unsolved recalls some of the most grew some and heartbreaking murders where victims and their families have no justice. the killers still be noisy. be silent. be near. be far. be joyful. be together. celebrate joy with dunkin's holiday-flavored coffees,
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complete new england news coverage continues right now. this is fox 25 morning news. >> jason: good morning, everybody. welcome back. hope you're enjoying your sunday. got your coffee with you. we were just watching the kids helping the veterans rake up leaves. today would be a good day to rake up the leaves in your yard. those breezes are out of the area. that's good news. nothing worse than sweeping and you raking up a leaf pile and have the wind take it of our door, which happened to us. a great morning and beautiful sunrise out there and going to be a nice day too. meteorologist jason brewer is here. and jason a lot of people are going to be happy about your forecast today. bearer of good news, temperatures upper 40s even a few 50s sprinkled in. and skies continue to go brighten up. future cast through 11:00 a.m. mid 50s and we keep going up from there under sunny skies. today, 57 to 60, my forecast,
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our normal is 52. you're going to be well above that. stay that way to start the week. i do have to watch this coastal storm forming right now. going to bring rain, winds, coastal concerns. i have a timeline on that straight ahead. >> jason: all right. jason thank you so much. this morning, boston police investigating a double shooting in dorchester and took the life of a young fear. >> jason: fox 25 stephanie coueignoux is live outside of boston police headquarters this morning and the victim spoke only horrible crime. >> reporter: jason and heather the brother reached out to fox 25 after he says his family repeatedly denied access to his brother's body something that's so incredibly emotional as you can imagine. the family of dantley leonard spoke only with fox 25 after they say they kept being denied access. leonard's brother say hospital officials and the medical examiner told him because he was an organ donor, they would have
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man both in their 20s shot on main street in dorchester just before 5:00 yesterday afternoon. leonard died from his injuries. and the other man who still hasn't been identified had nonlife-threatening injuries. this morning, police tell us that they are still searching for whoever shot the men. so far they have not released a motive. but one witness who was just 13 years old described all of this commotion to us. >> all i heard was just pop pop pop. a whole bunch of times and out of sirens and people telling you to go inside if you're outside. >> reporter: again, so many questions remain in regard to whether it was a targeted or random shooting. information about the suspect, as well as a possible motive. again, boston police not releasing much because they say this is an active and ongoing investigation. but as soon as we get more information, we'll have it on air and online at fox25boston.com. outside of boston police headquarters, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> jason: we have new details
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this story was breaking last night during our 6:00 news cast. a woman was stabbed around 5:00 p.m. the globe reporting it happened near the domino's pizza at 1200 block of boylston street. a woman was there with a man and both work are familiar to worker inside of the pizza shop. there have been no arrests. >> heather: service on the needham line is being shut down in west roxbury. no alternative services being provided. the mbta says trains will be up and running just in time for tomorrow morning's commute to work. >> jason: developing this morning another night of amount try trump protests around the country. including in portland oregon where once again things got out of happened. >> violation of the law. >> get out of my face! >> jason: officers say last night's protests began peacefully but escalated when people in mass blocked the
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peace and calm moving forward. >> if you're upset about the election of donald trump, and you want change, there are ways to do that. get involved. but don't come participate in a protest in downtown portland tonight that has been taken over over the last three nights by people who simply want to fight with the police. >> jason: last night, police were once again forced to use distraction devices to break up the crowd. now let's look at the portland protests by the numbers. were arrested. that brings the total numbers since this all started to 50 arrests. there was also a shooting during the protest friday night. the man who was hit is expected to live. >> heather: "saturday night live" certainly hasn't held back throughout this election season. and last night was the first episode since tuesday's election. and the show took a decidedly different tone. alec baldwin's portrayal of donald trump was nowhere to be found last night.
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opening act has everyone talking ? love is not a victory march it's a cold and it's a broken hallelujah ? >> heather: mckinnon singing leonard cohen's hallelujah. he passed away earlier this week. mick con nonstarting the song with tears in her eyes and should you. david chapelle hosted and said, he will give trump a chance and hopes he will return the favor to the rest of the country. both mckinnon and chapelle's performances seemed to have struck a cord with the internet right now their names trending on twitter. >> jason: a walpole man who posted a picture of himself in front of a restaurant with a donald trump flag is now apologizing, with the caption they're paying for the wall.
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a full page ad apologizing to the jalapeno restaurant. calling it an awful attempt at a bad joke. edward tomasso and another student showed up at wellesley college last week to gloat after donald trump won the election. as you know wellesley is hillary clinton's alma mater. tomasso since apologized but denied any profanity or spitting at students. victims of the attack bagram airport has been identified as u.s. natives. now we're learning they're two u.s. service members and two u.s. contractors. 16 u.s. service members also hurt in the attack. the taliban claimed responsibility for the attack that it happened as the base was getting ready for a post veterans day event. the victims names not been released. >> heather: well, today, the world will be remembering the victims of the deadly paris attacks. it was one year ago today that right here on this news cast, we
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130 people in all were killed as terrorists carried out a series of attacks around the city of light. 89 of the victims died at the bataclan music hall. that opened for the first time since the attack. last night with a sting concert ? tears from the star. like tears from the stars ? >> heather: sting started the show with a moment of silence. that show was sold out. all of the donated to charities set up in honor of the victims of the attacks. this as this morning, france's president is taking the time out to visit each and every attack site. these plaques that you're looking at, have been placed at each attack site in honor of the victims. so obviously a very sad day. paris and for the world. >> jason: i think it would be hard to be there looking around knowing what just happened a year ago. that's got to be tough. i'm glad they're moving forward as best they can. >> heather: i like sting's performance.
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a local mayor facing backlash for signing up for a college course. coming up, we'll tell you who footed the bill and why it has some leaders up in arms now. >> jason: also this weekend, police in new york rush to go a mall on a busy saturday. the danger inside that had police in tactical gear surrounding that building. >> jason brewer: right now temperatures warming 10 degrees
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>> jason: developing this morning, police in albany, new york continue to investigate a shooting at a mall there. cross gates mall went into lock down after several shoppers reported gunfire. more than 100 officers in tactical gear swarmed the building yesterday. witnesses say they heard bullets flying and there was a rush to get away from the mall. no one was hurt. two men detained but police later let them go. investigators looking for another man spot understand surveillance footage in the same area where the shooting happened.
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deal with a spike in immigrants spotted entering the u.s. illegally. they will transfer the agents from other states including arizona and california. the agents will help screen and process immigrants who are taken into custody. many of those immigrants are families unaccompanied children. it's now 9:42. and a local mayor has been criticized over how he's spending his city's money. the reason some leaders have a problem with educate himself a little bit
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>> heather: tom brady and the process are making dreams come fox 25 kerry kavanaugh sat down with a pair of local boys who had a chance to check out gillette all thanks to the make a wish foundation. >> i was so nervous. i didn't get one hour of sleep. >> reporter: butterflies before a big day. for calvin, 11 of boxford and christopher, 15 of cohasset, it was a long time coming. calvin was born with a heart defect that continues to impact his health. at age 13, christopher was diagnosed with thyroid cancer,
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treatments continue. through their ups and downs, they say one thing inspired them to push through. >> when i was going through all of that, i could take a break and watch the process through all of it. and i never forget when they won the super bowl with malcolm butler interception on my birthday. >> i fear you have to overcome a lot of university, but you never gave up. you stuck with football and became one of the best players of all time. i also have had to overcome loss of struggle with my health and >> reporter: both contacted make a wish in massachusetts and rhode island. and said it was their dream to meet tom brady who had inspired them for so long. >> tom brady, has to be tom brady. >> i will actually said his name backwards. i said brady tom instead of tom brady. i couldn't believe it. i was thinking, are you kidding me? i'm waiting two years and i mess up his name. >> make a wish, massachusetts and rhode island, along with the patriots treated both families to a day at gillette with their hero. >> tom shook everybody's hand.
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how are you? watch the game last week. we were all just looking at each other, like, no way. >> he was really chill. >> reporter: they even hit the field to catch a few passes. >> i was sitting there and looking at it, the golden spiral. >> they told me they left with a full bag of souvenirs and very full hearts. >> it felt really good to, like, definitely walk out there knowing all of those people cared about how your day went. so it was amazing. >> kerry kavanaugh, fox 25 news. >> jason: going to be an amazing night too >> heather: aren't those kids so deserving of that? they appreciated it so much. you can see how much that meant to them. >> jason: so the seattle seahawks in town, prime time game. under the lights. going to be beautiful. >> jason brewer: i'd love to deliver a forecast like that. >> heather: i know you're the guy. >> jason brewer: as much as we can say it's a slam dunk. we've got high pressure building in, skies going to be clear, we know it's going to be seasonably cool and nice. looking at yesterday, we were only in the upper 40s.
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warmed -- well a boston cam -- there it is. it's back. it's already 49. we've already clipsed the high temperature we had all day yesterday. this is only the 9:00 a.m. observation out at logan. there are the clearing skies i promised you early this morning. our future cast picking up on the clearing trend. i was able to show that to you. continue with increasing sun, if you're not broken into it just yet, you're going to get there. there are your temperatures in the 50s already. in the peabody, wrentham at 50 years. worcester at 4 at the airport. and then we have upper 40s on cape cod right now. the sin yard, nantucket, both in the lower 50s. high 50s in the worcester hills. cooler in the lower elevations, milder with 50s cross the board. 50 degrees around foxboro, the city of boston.
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air on the peninsula. nice conditions any way you slice it. there's that patriots forecast of sunny skies giving way to clear skies. we have a breeze out there, it's 4:00, 55 the breeze, the breeze tapers off after sunset. it's clear at midnight. hopefully wrapping up after the pats win. clear view for super moon by the way. when you start with shiri in the morning, she'll be watching the coastal storm developing right now off of georgia and florida. making it toward the outer banks tomorrow. tomorrow we're in the0s for most of the day. then that chance for rain arrives early tuesday morning. it arrives first on the south coast. the cape and islands, and then it makes its way northward. so right now, the track of the low is going to influence who gets the heaviest rain. looks like it will come right over southeastern mass. and then dump an inch or more along the south shore the cape and islands as you go westward, the amounts will be lower. but we do also have to watch
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bumping up against the higher hills to the west. you can get higher rain amounts that way as well. there's your next couple of days. it is mild on monday. lower 60s tuesday the showers arrive, it's going to be breezy with middle 50s and then the rain gets out of here, wednesday, looking pretty good as skies slow to clear but i do think they'll brighten up into the afternoon on tuesday. fridays 50 degrees. next saturday, 61 your with the weekend always in view. i do want to monitoring the king tide and a minor to moderate coastal threat. sarah has more on that tonight at fox 25 news. >> jason: the victim's brother speaking only to fox 25. the hospital rule that he says is only making the situation more difficult.
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>> heather: 9cally 53 now. this morning, boston police continue to investigate the deadly shooting last night and took the life of a young father.
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hospitalized and leonard's twin brother spoke only with fox 25 about the devastating loss. he says compounding the family's pain is the fact that they've not been able to see his brother's body. you see dantley leonard was an organ donor. the family says they're being told they will have to wait. this morning, boston police are still investigating the circumstances surrounding the shooting. the department tells fox 25, they will not be releasing the second victim's name at this point. >> jason: this morning, the mayor of brockton is receiving taxpayer money. the city council wants to know why he's going to school on the taxpayer's dime. back in august, the city auditor approved a payment for tuition and other fees so mayor carpenter could take a foreign language class at a city college. one council member told the enterprise that the mayor should've paid for the class himself. the city council is going to take up that issue at a meeting tomorrow night. >> heather: super bowl rematch
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the seahawks in 1st place looking to extend their lead in afc west. and meantime, patriots looking to extend their afc east lead. running back dion lewis ready to take the field again. first time he's been active this year. kick off at 8:30 at gillette. >> jason: i'll stay up for that one. it should be a great gamely. >> heather: >> jason brewer: steelers cowboys on fox 25 nfl. 4:25. another big match up. there's your seven-day forecast, upper 50s today. sunny skies have moved back in. a nice breeze. tomorrow even milder. tuesday, the rain. gusty winds but also with the high tide cycle about noontime, we'll be monitoring for coastal flooding concerns. more tonight on fox 25. we'll be monitor the next storm system as it gets here on
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>> heather: and the super moon tonight. be on the look out for. send in some pictures if you get some good ones.
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president-elect donald trump moves to take the reins of power. >> we discussed a lot of different situations, some wonderful and some difficulties. >> my number one priority in the coming two months is to try facilitate a transition that ensures our president elect is successful. >> as trump gets ready to name his team and set his agenda, we'll discuss both with top adviser kellyanne conway, live only on "fox news sunday." then the republican congress begins setting its priorities, what's in store for obamacare, trade and boosting the economy? wes' talk with house majority leader kevin mccarthy, it's a

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