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directly to the cameras since last week shocking presidential upset. >> i will say it to the camera, stop it. >> sara: reason to the stern tone and proposals he is not supporting. >> all kinds of action in the end-zone. tom leiden to brea booing. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> sara: sara underwood. >> i'm gene lavanchy. >> sara: it is going to warm up. i can talk this morning at 7:00 a.m. and what time the 60 degree temperatures return. >> it is a machine, we are all loud, temperatures now in the 20s, 30s and 40s.
warm spots worcester at 43?, boston at 40? and look at the 20s in norwood and bedford, nashua, new hampshire at 26 and temperatures have not moved like norwood and this is the hour they go up against and hit rock bottom and 46? and this is going to be the story across much of southern new england, 11:00 a.m. we are knocking on door of 60, get there this afternoon one and 3:00 and down with increasing clouds this evening and clouds lead to showers for your tuesday, so we got rain, wind and coastal concerns. i'm breaking those down and julie grauert with live drive time traffic this morning. she is watching the slow spots. >> julie: slow spots on the expressway from the operate split up through neponset. earlier accident on 95 and 24, right at 28 have cleared. pike looking okay as head from framingham through natick and over to the weston area.
from medford into somerville and route 1 in saugus where you can see things jampacked. i expect then to stay this way, this is the normal typical morning volume as we approach the 9:00-hour. here are live drive times, 33 minutes on route 1 south as you approach the tobin. 27 minutes on the expressway. almost an hour on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. back to you. >> gene: and we continue to follow breaking news out of belmont where firefighters have been working to contain this raging fire. maclaine hospital campus is abandoned. the flames were so big talked see the smoke for miles away. fox25 michael henrich is live at the scene where crews have been dousing the building for hours now, michael. >> michael: they continue to do so, even as some of the mutual aid fire trucks that came to help out have cleared out. , but just a moment ago they started putting water back on the roof there what you can see is partially collapsed. this is a vacant building here
hospital campus here in belmont. it is a building that belmont fire chief has not been used ten plus years but used to be where some patients would sleep. it is a rather large building but again, as you see from the boarded up windows on the third floor to the general appearance around it it has been unused for quite sometime. take a look at 1349 video from erika in the mourning when the fire broke out, see how substantial the flames rose and became again fully engulfing the building, damaging it significantly. and it is interesting to hear how firefighters ended up finding out about this fire in the 1st place. here is chief describing it. >> police department actually adjay sent street was smelling smoke and started to investigate 2:41 this morning and found the building while involved on
>> the police department smelled it and came to investigate it. police even tweeted out a video of the flames which we have retreated as well and included in our coverage. as far as the cause of this fire, it is going to be under investigation. they are still putting it out so clearly much work to be done and as soon as that information come to light we will bring it to you. for now live in belmont, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: patriots suffer the second loss of the season after the controver end-zone last night. a lot of people thought this was pass interference on final throw from tom brady to rob gronkowski. it was a rematch between pats and seahawks and this time it was at seattle defend standing tall at the end of the game. sports director tom leyden is here to break it all down.
a revenge. erie circumstances last night as the patriots were left knocking on the door unable to score in the final seconds. don't forget only the second time at home this year for tom brady. clearly the biggest game at home. seattle defense throughout the night, picking up late, patriots down a point, julian edelman incredibly costly turnover and the seahawks cashed in. russell wilson throughout the night. third time complete to complete a touchdown bass to doug baldwin and seahawks ahead by seven after they missed attempt. rob gronkowskia what a catch and sets up this, four tries to score the first three no good, fourth and goal, brady to gronk and contacted in the end-zone, no flag, no catch, no win for the pats as seahawks d comes up with big stop. ends 31-24 and butch stearns in the locker room after this one.
in foxborough and like super bowl 49 comes down to one final play but this time the play goes in favor of seattle and not for the patriots. >> i'm not here to make excuses to say that was a pi so i just want to -- we just lost a game, give credit to seahawks, they played a good game. >> don't want to go to the negative and saw nothing and knew we had a game but it is kind of >> i'm certainly not going to stand here and have a pen minute conversation about every play. i mean we would be here all night. >> i didn't see it. there was a lot of -- you know, there's always a lot of contact with the team. sometimes you get the call, sometimes you don't. >> played for 60 minutes, tried to pride ourselves on the same thing. you saw that tonight. it was a battle until the end. we played hard.
it is on to san francisco next sunday. good news patriots are four-zero on the road this year. butch stearns, fox25 sports. >> thanks, butch. i think chancellor let him go. >> he is grabbing there but both grabbing. good noncall. that was offensive -- defensive pass interference. seahawks could say it was the other way around and right thing to do chances to score inside the 5-yard line, saw uncharacteristic things and one characteristic for the patriots they will bounce back and slate and play san francisco and rams. >> gene: we will check in with you next hour. >> sara: protest continues last night against melania trump
demonstrators blocked city streets. scenes like this have been playing out in marriage cities for days now and for the first time donald trump is speaking publicly about the violence. daniel miller joins us now with the message to protesters and supporters during the first sitdown interview since last week's shocking election. >> daniel: last night on 60 minutes donald trump said he heard them and thinks people just don't know him. he also tried to fears. >> i would tell them don't be afraid, absolutely. >> that's not what you're saying. i said it. >> no, no. i think -- i'm saying it. i have been saying it. don't be afraid. we are going to bring our country back but certainly don't be afraid. >> daniel: trump also claimed many of the people hitting streets in recent days were professional protesters and also said there was a double-standard and if hillary clinton had won and his supporters protested people would have called it a terrible thing.
of cases of violence popping up in his name or racial slurs against mentorrity groups by the supporters and surprised to hear that and spoke to those carrying out any acts of hate. >> i'm so saddened to hear that and i say stop it. if it helps. i will say this. i will say it right to the cameras, stop it. >> daniel: during last night 60 isy minutes interview president-elect trump taed about meeting president obama at the white house. during the campaign you mai remember the president-elect called the president name and vice versa. how did they handle the name calling. >> we in every discussed it. i said terrible things about him and he said terrible things about me. we never discuss it had. >> no awkwardness. >> i will be honest, my standpoint zero. >> daniel: was supposed to
being 90 minutes and he could have talked with the president many more hours and in the end he found the president to be terrific, very smart and very nice. trump's twitter account got him in trouble more than a few times in the campaign and reserved going forward and one of the best ways for him to reach a lot of people at once and nearly has 15 million followers so has no plans to stop tweeting. coming up a little bit later this morning more on what trump had to say about the supreme court and how it could impact abortion and the sofni he made on the campaign trail. gene, back to you. >> gene: before that 60 minutes interview we got word he named two top advisories. republican party chairman reince priebus seen here on the right to be his chief of staff and former breitbart media executive stephen bannon will seven as strategist. priebus should be able to smooth things over between trump and republican leadership and bannon
both men work great together on the campaign and hopes to bring that success to the white house. gene: new hampshire senator kelly ayotte mentioned for spot in donald trump's cabinet. ayotte lost the senate seat for a small margin to new hampshire governor maggie hasan. she may be looking at two roles as secretary of defense or ambassador to the united nations. she and trump had rocky relationship for months as she national convention. she called trump a role model and then said she misspoke and then said she would write in mike pence instead of voting for trump. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. good morning, everyone. right now on 93 south we are up to just about an hour as you head from 495 in andover down to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: today is sunny day as we get into tomorrow and increasing chances for rain, really focused the middle of the day into the afternoon and got
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>> gene: police have made an arrest with deadly shooting in easton and taken into custody over the weekend. catherine parrotta live in easton where police still looking for a car connected to this case. good morning, catherine. >> good morning. we also don't know what role this suspect allegedly played in the murder of this man who was found in the woods in easton. police have only said he has been charged in connection to the murder. take a look, this is the person we are talking about. this is 45-year-old michael arthur no carolina arrested four days after the woman in the pond area with easton and victim was 35-year-old daniel smith, two 13s found them white riding bike and died friday night. nogera will be charged wick accessory to murder after the
license plate 372qqk and another question we have is when will housing relief bill brought back to massachusetts to face the charges. that's something still unknown at this time. however, as we mentioned police still looking for the vehicle, still looking for information,o if you know anything you're asked to call police. live in easton, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> sara: acton man has died during a hike with local boy scout troop. police tell us that james norton was a chaperone for trip to new hampshire which is part of the white mountains. 59-year-old was on way from the camping ground when collapsed and called out helicopter for norton but did not make it to the hospital in time. >> julie: volume increasing on 128 northbound right around 95
wearing body cameras needham and over to the pike. new accident on 128 southbound it looks like i will get details on that for you right now right around route 2. route 2 westbound and one lane blocked at 128. here is look at the cameras i'm monitoring for you sky fox right now heading to the scene of that accident on route 2 westbound. over to those drive times, hour on 93 south, flying fortress minutes on 128 southbound tolls. shirts joining us now. today is pick of the week for the next few and it is temperature going to be so nice out there. >> temperatures, skies, coast, everything great today. this is for tomorrow. we got the potential for heavy rain, gusty winds, don't see damaging winds and coastal flooding keeping real close eye on east facing beach in massachusetts and new hampshire but right now like i said only worry in the world will be a
right now no norwood, 40s in boston and worcester, so in the middle we have lawrence checking in at 38? right now, got night bryce sun all day long by 9:00 a.m. we have temperatures at about 46?, 57 here at 11:00 a.m. and then we head into the lower 60s for the afternoon and by the evening commute home we are going to be back in the 50s and the clouds are finally going to start moving in. high temperatures 65 in norwood and framingham today to lower 60s in southn down to the north shore of boston and the south shore, 60 for hyannis and 59? in worcester and future cast really so easy going and pumping in lunchtime and late day clouds attach to this storm and by the time you wake up in the morning and a lot of rain focused to the south and
showers spreading and south to north in the morning and onshore wind. consider that's going to push the water into the coastline here and also got astronomical high tide because of that super moon so the potential will exist here from late-morning through early afternoon for some coastal flooding, right now looking at minor coastal flooding, pockets of moderate coastal flooding. chance for rain goes all afternoon long, it is going to start licenning up once we hit the evening kind of start to dry as we shift into the evening and 11:00 a.m. high tide and wednesday noon high tide for minor coastal and not a is single point and rever, boston, scituate, areas specifically you do need to watch out for that water coming on shore. if you issues with king tied last month see water come onshore this time around.
beid 7-day forecast with the weekend always in view and this is why today is nicest for the next few, 64 and mostly sunny today and breezy wet conditions with rain moving in and watching the coastline very closely for the minor coastal flooding, 58? on monday as we clear out, thursday examine friday looking at sunshine, got to say saturday pick of the weekend right now, temperature in the 50s but that's going to be your brighter day, 54 in boston, 55 in plymouth and 53 in should be a little cooler and wetter into your sunday. back over to you. >> if you didn't get chance to get outside last night this is what the supermoon looked like as made way across the sky. also known as beaver moon, some call frost moon and this is the closest and come another 18 years and won't be quite as large if you want to catch the next super moon you will have
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herald report designated dairy farmers to help cows from the affected area. >> gene: lifestyle determine your risk for heart disease. making healthy choices like exercising and eat a proper diet could cut the risk of heart disease in half. risk h even with no family of heart history. >> gene: heartland company saying replacing with off brand sugar substitute in sugar packaging and staff still say spenda used in products. dunkin donuts has not responded to the allegations. >> sara: facebook glitch
out they are dead. social networking site had certain profiles and even mark zuckerberg was declared dead. facebook says the mass obituary what's called a terrible error and most if in the all accounts have been fixed. shiri? >> shiri: big oops. actually the next couple days running at or above average the temperature so we have rain tomorrow and coastal flooding co middle of the week and particular you through it step-by-step coming up next.
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in randolph and 20s in norwood and mid-30s in burlington, hampton, new hampshire at 36?, 26 in maynard, 36 in navry, new hampshire, temperatures all over the place this morning, 31? in plymouth and 46 in brewster and 20s and 30s extra layer, 40s not too bad. and 50? 9:00 this morning and lower 60s at throw p.m. and by the time we hit the evening commute 50 back on the map with increasing clouds at 7:00 this evening, show you when it leads to next round of showers coming at you when back at ten. julie grauert now with live drive time traffic this morning in accident update. >> off to the shoulder on 128 as
near surprise street and slowing things down slightly considering the drive times. 28 minutes on 24 and from 106 to 128, almost an hour and ten minutes on 93 south from andover to the leverett connector, 45 minutes on the expressway as you approach the exit to the pike. back to maclaine hospital campus haven't been used for ten roars and you can see here on photos smoke and flames up to the roof of the building and much of the window are already boarded up and live look from the scene firefighters still dousing the roof with water. we have crew at the scene
information to you. >> gene: police say suspect stabbed two people during a carjacking in connecticut before they crashed that stolen suv. fox25 jessica reyes live outside dudley district court where the suspects will be arraigned later today. good morning, jess. >> jessica: mother and daughter on way to bhutto salon when it happened and started with the carjacking in connecticut and this morning two suspects will answer to long list of charges here at district court. people that put barbie mccoy in the hospital face judge. >> how much i'm loved and support team around me truly has the back. >> nine staples in head plus wounds and she and mother on way to beauty salon when they came upon accident scene in connecticut on thursday. police say stolen car had crashed head on into a tree
into car and attacking her. >> possibly saving her life. >> taught to me. >> police say the two carjackers 21-year-old man and 21-year-old woman from connecticut. state troopers spotted them on throw 95 in worcester thursday and they say the driver tried to ram several cruisers and eventually arrested along with the passenger. y had feels sorry for the couple. >> broken they couldn't find help and had to act out to get the attention that they needed. i don't know what they are running from but citing out of
they were held since thursday and expect to learn more about one of them once they are arraigned here in a few hours. >> sara: this morning boston police are searching for a killer after man shot in dorchester on saturday. can'tly leonard and another man were shot saturday afternoon on ames street. leonard was rushed to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. the other had nonlife-threatening injuries. leonard's twin brother only with fox25 saying hospital official and medical examiner would not let him see his brother's body because he was an organ donor and only adds to the grief. >> say can't even really see identify my brother. >> they do not stop family from seeing relative's body if they
meeting with gop leadership last week and said lonn with immigration taxes, healthcare and nominating were near the top of the agenda and said supreme court pick will be progun and pro-life. >> it would go back to the states. >> some women won't be able to get abortion. >> no, it will go back to states. >> they will have to go to the other state. >> we will see what happen. long way to go. >> daniel: trump did not signal willingness to gay marriage and done and decided and one of trump's promises during the campaign was prosecute hillary clinton over the e-mail scandal but president-elect seems to have soft end the stance on the issue. >> tell what you i'm going to do. i'm going to think about it. i feel that i want to focus on
focus on border and immigration and doing a great immigration bill. having a great immigration bill and all the things talking about. >> trump was asked if he regrets calling hillary clinton any of the name. he did not say. he said it was a double sided nasty campaign and it was tough and do a great job for the country. daniel miller, fox2 policies talked about new immigration policy, one smell trouble for the handful of massachusetts cities while campaigning. trump spoke about deporting either all unu. do immigrants or those with criminal records and stopped flow of federal funding with sanctuary cities. >> what we are going to do is get the people criminal and criminal records, gang members, drug dealers, a lot of these
out of the coefficient or going to incarcerate. >> gene: where does that leave massachusetts cities? well-known sanctuary cities somerville who told the herald the city would not change policies for president-elect trump here in boston which is not currently a sanctuary city and it should become one and, quote, i believe the city of boston should not go to immigrants. not what the city is and not what the tax dollars should be us boston has to lead. mare -- mayor of providence said they would not turn undocumented immigrants over as long as they are not facing charges. >> sara: weekend comedy show designed to raise money for charity. twenty-second annual comics come home event at td garden saturday
herald calling president-elect racist sexist home phone when the crowd started booing. denis leary says each is free to speak the mind and never censored. comics come home longest running charity event in america. >> earlier accident on route 2 westbound at 128. i just saw the car get towed off but i'm still seeing heavy volume because of the earlier accident. i ha time in moment. first here is shiri. >> sara: mid-40s 8:00 a.m. and 50 back on the map at 9:00 this morning. see where we make it well into the sixties this morning next. >> gene: local mayor coming under fire for spending the city's money. checks writing at city council
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came to see her friend's name who died helping her girlfriend escaped. >> they were young and they were innocent and love should not be killed for. >> day ended with moment of silence arrange with reading of the victim's names. >> sara: newly unsealed medical records revealed that prone to choking. he has also lived on boiled he goes mashed with mannose and oatmeal and peanut butter. the record show dimasi hasn't seen family in more than a year because they can't afford to fly to federal prison in kentucky. judge is currently reviewing dimasi's plea for compassionate release and served six of the
>> julie: 7:46 and we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. south of town right now route 3 moving along fine, a little bit of volume building up as you approach route 18, shifting slightly westbound, things still slow going on 24 from right around route 27 up to 139 in randolph. things slow in 95 northbound in elbow as approach 128 as well. expressway heavy steady volume from the braintree split through neponset and then approaching columbia road. you could see that heavy traffic flow as you head past the gas tank. route 3 from 228 to the split and 24 minutes on 24 half hour on the expressway from the braintree split to columbia road. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and we are welcoming 60s this afternoon, shiri. >> shiri: warm 81 will be a cool 81. super moon went down at 6:17 and consider the closer moon has
bigger hydes and lower low tides and call them astronomical tides and leading to another concern for king tide flooding on tuesday and wednesday and got storm on top of it for the day tomorrow and definitely going to push extra water into the coastline here. 40? right now in boston, quiet morning, a little bit of wind chill, feels like middle 30s right now but got all of that gorgeous sunshine and takes us through entire monday and napoleon dynamite a.m. 50? 11:00 a.m. 57? and lower here early this afternoon and hang on to those and increasing clouds for the drive home from work and 60s we were talking about this morning, lower 60s in portsmouth, new hampshire and nashua to worcester at 59 and outer cape upper 50s to lower 60s. those are some of the cooler spots but 63 from beverly to boston to plymouth and even 65? in norwood. so temperatures today will feel unnovember like, mild this time of year and tonight we have
keeping overnight forecast dry and rainy icons back and temperature in the low and mid-50s from boston to the north and west southeastern massachusetts more upper 50s it is going to be a little tough to squeeze out the 60 degree readings just because we got so much clouds around and rain cools things down. 7:00 tomorrow morning it is not like i have a soaker of drive into work here and there will probably be pockets of lighter rain falling at 7:00 a.m., best bet massachusetts into the late-morning you can see the showers spreading across the mass pike up into southern new hampshire by 10:00 a.m., so second half of the morning commute is potentially going to be a little bit wetter out there for the afternoon we are dealing with on and off showers, at times showers yellows and oranges pick up in intensity a bit so have heavier rain out there when kids come home from school, folks come home from work even though when you leave
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>> sara: restaurant with a trump flag is now apologizing. posted picture on facebook page with caption they are paying for the wall. a few days ago he took out full page ad in walpole times to apologize to jalape?o restaurant calling the quote, awful attempt at making a joke. comes as babson college student also apologizing for his antics. edward tomaso and another student showed up at wellesley college last week to gloat about donald trump's win. as you may know wellesley is hillary clinton's alma mater. he has since apologized on facebook but denies using profanity or spitting on students. >> gene: brockton the city's mayor taxpayer money as city
bill carpenter is going to school on taxpayer's dime. documents show in august the city auditor approved payment for tuition and other fees so mayor carpenter could take a foreign language class at community college. one counselor told the brockton enterprise the mayor should have paid for the class himself. >> gene: arguments this week in drug lab scandal that involved thousands of criminal cases. public defenders and aclu asking to in which annie dookan played role in testing the drugs and three year prison sentence for tampering evidence and falsifying drug test. >> sara: holiday season is approaching in boston and the city is planning to celebrate. outdoor skating path. also offering a holiday shopping market complete with santa's house, a tree and stage for local artist. area will be open every dai beginning in early december and
february. >> going to be festive. a lot of fun for family. sara: city glowing orange overnight as flames tear through the building. we have a crew at scene gathering new information about what started this fire. >> tracking that rainfall so far this month we are about an inch and a half blow below what we should have had in boston so far. before the year ten inches of short and typical rain will make up a little ground tomorrow. i will time out the start and stop to the rain shower
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noon 59? and highs in the sixties this evening the clouds move in and wet weather when come back at 10:00. julie grauert now with live drive time traffic this morning and checking on slow spots. >> 95 north as head through canton and approach 128 extendency to slow down and north of the pike 93 south from medford into somerville. 128 southbound stop and go through the lexington area and then route 1 in saugus, these are conditions that will stay with us until at least 9:00 a.m. here are live drive times, 31 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 40 minutes on the expressway, almost an hour and ten minutes 93 south from andover down to the leverett connector. back to you. >> sara: we continue to follow breaking news out of belmont where firefighters have been working to contain the fire. >> gene: building on maclaine hospital campus is abandoned but the flame are still causing major damage.
there since about 3:00 this morning, michael. >> michael: has under control and a lot of mutual aid already left examine got statement here from maclaine hospital about what took place behind me. in this statement it says reaffirm what we learned earlier from the fire chief here in belmont, the building was vacant and has been for sometime. it used to house patients but because it was closed in the no evacuation to other buildings on this campus were needed and no patient care services were disrupted. if you take a look at the flames from our video from earlier this morning, you can see the potential certainly was there. this was a very intensifier. fortunately for the firefighters able to limit it again to the one building, the codman building. it is interesting to hear firefighters talk about how they
explain it. >> police department actually adjacent street was smelling smoke, started to investigate about 2:41 this morning and found the building well involved and floors two and three. >> michael: maclaine hospital is the largest psychiatric affiliate of harvard medical school, and the hospital says it will work fire started and as soon as we get more information on that we will work to get it for you. live in belmont, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: much antis patrick-murrayed rematch. sports director tom leyden now in the newsroom with more on what happened last night in
were screaming and incredibly well-matched which is infrequently but feature controversy final play for the patriots. seahawks cashed in and russell wilson incredibly sharp, dou baldin and this one put the sea headaches head by seven. here come pats. brady leading the charge down the field, what a catch by gronk and four tries there to score and fourth and goal and i don't know, contact in the end-zone and talk about it zone but no flag, no catch, the patriots lose it, drop to seven-two after 31-24 loss. here is butch stearns. >> butch: sunday night in foxborough the rematch of super bowl 49 lives up to the hype.
final play with these two teams but this time the play goes in favor of seattle. >> our execution wasn't great and they put a lot of pressure on you defensively, a lot of good players and make you earn every yard. and that's what i respect about that team, defense. and, you know, they play to the end, been in a lot of close games and came down to, you know, 1 yard at the end and we didn't get it. joke played better than we did tonight. got -- got to do a better job. starts with me. coaches players, i mean we just got to do better. >> we could have done a better job of and, you know, good team and we knew that going in and had to play better than the way we played. >> with loss seven-two patriots fall into a tie with raiders and
broncos at seven-three are just one game behind. now it is on to san francisco. butch stearns, fox25 news. >> heard butch say it, same record as raiders and chiefs. would like to think they were better than them. there are issue across the board. defense secondary and it is not a simple fiction and got time against good teams here. >> interference in the last one. four shots, i know every play is individual play but they were going after each other and neither team said should have gone other way and patriots not complaining at the end of that laof the -- the end of the night. >> sara: protest continue late last night against president-elect donald trump. this was the scene in
>> i would tell them don't be afraid. >> that's not what you're saying. >> i think i'm saying it, i have been saying it, don't be afraid. we are going to bring our but certainly don't be afraid. >> trump also claimed that many of the people hitting the streets in recent days were professional protesters, he also said there was a double-standard and if hillary clinton had won and supporters protested, people would have called it a terrible thing. trump also said he hasn't heard of cases of violence popping up in his name or cases of racial slurs against minority groups by supporters. he said he was surprised and disappointed to hear that and spoke directly to those carrying
>> i am so saddened to hear that and i say stop it if it helps. i will say this and say right to the camera, stop it. >> as for twitter account which got him in trouble more than a few times during the campaign he says he will likely be more reserved going forward but he also says it is one of the best ways for him to reach a lot of people at once. he does have nearly 15 million followers so has no plan to stop tweeting. more on what trump had to say about the superior court and -- supreme court and immigration promises he had from the campaign. gene, we will send it back to you. >> gene: before the 60 minutes interview we got word he named two top top advisories. reince priebus seen here on the right to be the chief of staff and former breitbart media executive stephen bannon will
as negotiator between trump and the republican party while bannon will continue to work as advisory behind the scenes. both men work graying together on the campaign and he hopes to bring that success to the white house. >> kelly ayotte lost senate seat to maggie hasan and ayotte is looked at by donald trump. ayotte is member of the senate armed services committee. ayotte and trump have had rocky relationship for months as she did not attend the republican national convention and called trump role model and misspoke and claimed she would write in mike pence instead of voting for trump. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. good morning, everyone. right now on 93 south still slow going a little over an hour as you head from 495 in andover to
>> shiri: today it is all about the sunshine and tomorrow i have rain moving back in during the morning commute and hour-by-hour look at soaking tuesday forecast next. >> gene: severe earthquake caused utter devastatio ? my hero zero. ? ? such a funny little hero ? ? but till you came along ? ? we counted on our fingers and toes ? ? now you're here to stay ? ? and nobody really knows... ? zero really can be a hero.
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>> sara: investigators say suspect taken into custody in south carolina over the weekend and live in off the easton and still looking for car connected to the case. catherine? >> catherine: we don't know much about the suspect who has been charged in connection with the case and only been charged in connection with the murder of this man who was found in easton and left many in the community shocked. take look at this picture because it is the man we are talking about, 45-year-old
florida. found saturday afternoon, arrested four days after the victim was found in the woods in the laying lying pond area after shot in the head. daniel smith, two 13-year-olds found him while riding bikes. he was in critical condition but died friday night. no garra will be char for answers. >> city square for any of the nearby families across the bond. sleepy towns. don't hear of the thing kind of happening around here. >> catherine: police looking for 2016 red mazda sedan 372qqk and we don't know at this point when he will be brought to massachusetts to face the charge. again, what role he has allegedly in the death of daniel smith but again, police still
if you have information about it or case you're asked to call police. live here in easton, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> gene: facing charges of leaving the scene of an accident and misleading >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. things really starting to slow down on 128 northbound right after you pass route 109 in that bend of 128 that has a tendency to slow down even if there's nothing going on and no accident. says you head through needham and then approach route 16. expressway still jampacked from the braintree split up to columbia road. north of the pike it is 128 southbound where you will hit heavy volume and then 93 south from medford into somerville. things look okay on the zakim
here live drive times, 33 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin, still over an hour on 93 south and inching toward hour mark. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now, at least people enjoying a clear commute as far as the weather is concern, shiri >> gene: super there. >> shiri: get out at 5:00 it is going to be pitch blank and tomorrow clouds here, not going to see in the morning, does lead to a lot of changing though so has clouds coming in, along with period of heavy rain for the day tomorrow, coastal flooding something we are watching and actually blame part of that on the super moon and the fact that
i don't think we are looking at a lot of beach erosion, water coming on shore going to be the biggest and enough of headache we have to deal with. 41? in lawrence, still at 32 in norwood, so still got chilly spots out there verses let's say worcester at 45, 50s in fitchburg, 50s in and 10:00 a.m. 51? and back on the map noon time and low temperatures really start going down once we hit the evening commute and got the clouds moving in as well, so low and mid-60s and worcester and perhaps provincetown and upper 60s today, it is the exception, not the rule. you can see future cast really
skies today. light and patchy at 8:00 in the morning and everybody here in southern new england has the chance, best bet over southeastern mass but doesn't take long for the showers then spread into southern new hampshire as well so from south to north you see the showers filling in during the second half of the morning. we got noon time here, we got the winds on shore and shoving the water into the coastline on top of that high tides and that's where we have the concern for coastal flooding across massachusetts, all the way down to the cape and nantucket and once we hit the evening commute it is still raining out there so although the morning commute looking mostly dry or impacted by lighter very patchy showers, the evening commute is going to feature some of the winding town once we hit the evening hours and high tide flooding around 11:00 a.m. and hours before and hours after as well, also watching noon high tide on wednesday.
most concerned revere boston scituate provincetown and anyone along the east coast here is really at risk. and low and mid-50s boston to the north and west, a little bit warmer in southeastern massachusetts. don't think we are really going to get the sixties on the map. 7-day forecast with weekend always in view has gorgeous warm day today and mostly sunny and 60s, turns breezy and wet and watching the coast for possible flooding and wednesday dries out very quickly at 58? and upp 50s going strong for your thursday and friday and your saturday looking nice and bright, sunday second half of the weekend we are watching another system with potential of bringing in some late weekend rain. back over to you guys. >> new information about former house speaker from prison and
>> gene: earthquake that caused significant damage in new zealand. it hit overnight hours causing a small tsunami in aftermath. 8 feet above the usual tide levels and at least two people have been killed, search and rescue efforts still underway and this is the country's strongest earthquake since more on lawmaker's to do to to . >> reporter: congress scheduled for a month long lame duck session to finish the work before closing up shop in december. republican president will take over in january. among top priorities will be agreeing on how to fund the government through september 2017 before the
midnight on december 9th. the clock ticking for congress to rein you a decade old law that allows the u.s. to sanction companies for doing business with iran. senate majority leader mitch mcconnell says the top priorities will be bipartisan legislation to speed federal approval of drugs and medical devices. and there's also a 602 billion-dollar must pass defense policy bill and has a key sticking point and nothing jeopardizes gay rights. jacqueline fell, fox25 news. >> gene: new study finds your lifestyle actually plays a big role in determining your risk for heart disease. researchers say making healthy choices like exercising and eating proper diet could cut risk of developing heart disease in half, even in people with genetic risk factors.
opposite effect. risk of heart disease could double without regular exercise including in people with no family history of heart problems. gene: newman's own changing up marketing strategy. brand role out new slogan 100% profits to charity. part of push by the company to attract millennials, generation that tends to support company that give back. they say millennials may be too young to know about actor paul newman and charitable history. since the start in 1982 the $75 million and millennials go rent butch cassidy and sundance kid. cool hand luke. >> i totally want a salad. mild temperatures the next couple days and we got rain and coastal flooding to discuss through the middle of the week
and going to have it feeling like it is more like september around here. >> don't you feel so lucky about the fall that we have had, 60s. >> shiri: that's why trees have leaves right now. going to be cool side, 40s and around the boston area right now but you know sixties are coming your way this afternoon and 48 now in boston and randolph and peabody and a little cooler in wellesley at 45 this morning and still at 28? in spencer in maynard and mid-ettes -- mid-30s and warm-up underway and play catch-up with cooler spots. boston area today by 10:00 a.m. 56?, temperatures hitting the upper the 50s, if not 60? by lunchtime today, low and mid-sixties for highs here at 3:00 p.m. as the sun
are the clouds that are going to pull in the wet weather here to the day tomorrow and break down timeline of rainy weather that you need to plan around tomorrow coming up in ten minutes. julie grauert now up with live drive time traffic. >> typical commute for heavy volume on route 1 in saugus. 93 south bumper-to-bumper from medford into somerville. 128 southbound heavy steady volume and continuing as approach route 2. south of the where things slow down as you head from 109 up to right around route 9 and expressway jampacked as you could see heading past the gas tank. here are live drive time, 15 minutes 24 and hour on 93 south, 43 minutes on expressway northbound from the braintree split to the exit for the pike. back to you. >> gene: we have been following breaking news from belmont overnight. firefighters continue to pour water and big fire at abandoned building on mill street. old building on the maclaine
used for ten years. live look at the scene and smoke and flames into the roof of the building and already boarded up and appears most of the flames have been put out at this point and latest information. >> today the two suspects were responsible for police chase in worcester neighborhood will be in court. the suspect stabed two people during a carjacking in connecticut before they crushed stolen suv. fox25 jessica reyes shows us how >> jessica: people put barbie mccoy face a judge for stealing her car and beating her up. >> going forward how much i'm loved and support team around me has my back. >> jessica: barbie has nine staples in head and two stab wounds and they were on way to beauty salon when came on accident scene on thursday and stolen car crashed head on into
remembers man reaching into her car and attacking her. >> i just kicked him in the groin, kicked him in the body, kicked him every time he got closer i kicked him farther. >> jessica: barbie fought back and credits martial arts experience with possibly saving her life. >> i have the instings taught to me and just took over when i no longer felt safe. >> jessica: police say the two carjackers 21-year-old man and 21-year-old woman from connecticut. state troopers spotted them on they say the driver tried to ram several cruisers but eventually arrested along with the passenger. barbie says she feels sorry for the couple. >> i'm sorry for them that they felt they were so broken that they couldn't find help and that they had to act out to get the attention that they needed. i don't know what they are running from but he was out of fear. >> jessica: this morning the
haring and learn more once they are arraigned this morning. jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> gene: 8:33 this morning and 17-year-old being credited with seeing something and saying something after the family says he confronted man in dorchester target who was sexually assaulting a young girl. cameron cook and mother heather say they both witnessed man in 50s acting inappropriately while following the girl down the aisle. cameron says he watched them follow a few minutes and not sure if knew possible other and became clear something was wrong when saw the man lean against the unknowing girl as she was bending over. >> not pervert, first thing said, not pervert and ask you that. >> gene: cameron and mother took off and family says they alerted management and surveillance video from the store has been turned over to investigators when we talked
report has been written up. >> sara: boston police searching for killer. and nonlife-threatening injuries and twin brother told fox25 saying hospital officials and the medical examiner would not let him see his brother's body and organ donor and says only adds to the >> number to call and now saying can't really see identify my brother. >> sara: we reached out to the new england organ bank told us they don't stop families from seeing a relative's body if they are an organ donor and if family told they couldn't see the body for that reason that information was incorrect. >> gene: new details about death of baby in marlboro.
five-week-old boy unresponsive. he ingested substance and he says he did not think it was opioid. the district attorney has not released any details and told fox25 the investigation is still ongoing. >> sara: coast guard has found the body of missing boater in gloucester harbor. crews found manuel south of mongolia point. tuesday. the other boater made it back to shore safety. >> gene: president-elect donald trump interviewed on 60 minutes and revealed what his presidency might look like. softening stance on some of the more controversial proposal. daniel miller joins us with the topics and two things he is looking for in supreme court justice. >> daniel: along with immigration taxes, healthcare
justice were near the top of the agenda and supreme court pick will be progun and pro-life. >> having to do with abortion and if ever were overturned back to the states and go back to the states. >> some women won't be able to get an abortion. >> perhaps have to go to another state. >> that's okay? >> we will see what happens. long >> daniel: willingness to fight the issue of gay marriage and done and decided and one of trump's promises during the campaign was prosecute hillary clinton over the e-mail scandal but the president-elect seems to have soft end stance on that issue. >> i'm going to think about it and i feel that i want to focus on jobs. i want to focus on healthcare and i want to focus on the board and her immigration and doing really great immigration bill. we want to have a great immigration bill and i want to
things that we have been talking about. >> trump was asked if he regret calling hillary clinton any of the names called her on campaign trail and say no only to say it was a double sided nasty campaign in and great job for the country. in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sara: president-elect trump talked about the immigration policy, one spell trouble for massachusetts cities. while all undocumented immigrants and those with criminal records and threatened to stop of flow of federal funding to sanctuary cities. >> what we are going to do is get the people that are criminal and have criminal records, gang members, drug dealers, a lot of these people, probably 2 million, could be 3 million, getting them out of country or going to incarcerate. >> one well-known sanctuary city somerville whose mayor told the
president. boston is not currently a sank wary city. tito jackson quoted to saying it should become one. he said i believe the city of boston should not assist or cooperate with the mass deportation of immigrants. that's not who the city is and nota what the tax dollars has to be used for. boston has to lead in the space. mayor won't change long-standing policy of undocumented criminal charges. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. good morning, everyone. right now on 93 south about 47 minute ride, segment from the cloverleaf down to the leverett connector and i would leave a few minute early and going out there this morning. shiri? >> shiri: this is the time of the morning warp-up really takes off. 48? in boston and got low 50s at 9:00 a.m., mid-50s at 10:00 this morning, 60s today but i will time out the
and sitting inside a stolen vehicle. >> dennis well-known in the organization for things like the dare program working in early intersection and prevention program and special relationship with young people and special place in hearts. >> gene: been particularly tough and two-week period. >> world remembering the victims of deadly paris attacks. this weekend marked one year since 130 people were killed as terrorists carried out a series of attacks around the city of lights. 89 of the victims died at the concert hall. music venue opened first time since the attack with sting
show with moment of silence and show was sold out. all primaries seeds are being donated to pair of charities in honor of the attack and visited each attack sites and special plaques being placed there in honor of the victims. >> gene: orlando gay pride parade five months to the day of the pulse nightclub. they were community and cross honoring those i would were on display and one parade goer came to see friends name who died helping girlfriend escape. >> they were young and they were innocent. they died for having loved and love should not be killed. >> gene: day ended with moment of silence loon with reading of the victim's names. >> sara: newly unsealed
sal dimasi's medical condition deteriorating deteriorating and former massachusetts house speaker needs a spotter to eat because prone to choking episodes because of damage caused by throat cancer treatments and also been living on diet of boiled eggs with mayonnaise and oatmeal and peanut butter. he hasn't seen him in more than a year because can't afford to fly to prison in kentucky. he is plea release and already served six of eight-year sentence for fraud and extortion. >> julie: orange line seeing moderate delays right now because of medical emergency at north station. out to roads and route 3 approaching the braintree split. finally 24 in 95 have opened up after slow going earlier this morning because of accidents. expressway she from the braintree split up to around
northbound, slight improvements right around 109 and 135 as you approach the pike. live look at the pike through brighton where volume is steady but it is not a parking lot. here are live drive times, 15 minutes on route 3 from 228 to the split. 15 minutes on 24. pretty typical half our on the expressway from the braintree split to columbia road. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. shiri spear, live shot of the pike we could see at one of the lanes really bright, other one in sunny conditions there this morning. >> perfect for viewing the super moon early this morning and keep in mind under the influence here of super moon and that means astronomical high tides and because of the stronger gravitational pull. closer and high tide even further into the coastline, so the king tides will be a concern both tuesday and wednesday both for the million of the day. we gotten 11:00 a.m. high tide tomorrow and on wednesday going
have to say this is the easiest part of the forecast today. we got a little wind, wind chill is 43, that's about it because it is all day sunshine, temperatures hopping into the lower 60s here for the afternoon and then the sun goes down and we got temperature drifting back through the 50s for drive home from work and clouds. finally coming into play. eventually those clouds drawing up the moisture and bringing in the rain for tomorrow. temperaturewise today low and mid-60s, ruling couple spots today like worcester, keene provincetown and upper 50s it is the exception not the rule. going to be very mild, not going to feel very much like november out there, you're going to love it. overnight tonight upper 30s and lower 40s as clouds really start to thicken up and rainy forecast here with temperatures stuck in the 50s. cooler day because we got the clouds and rain that cools things down so find that we have scattered showers developing and during the morning commute they are pretty hit or miss here, very low impact for the drive
find second half of the commute tends to be a little wetter as showers climb from the south to new hampshire. the afternoon is going to bring in some of the steadiest stuff and some of the pockets of he or moderate showers, a lot of kids leaving for school and dry outside but when they come home from school here there's going to be rain out here. same deal headed home from work in the afternoon and dinner time when around seven or 8:00 tomorrow night showers start to lighten expect we will deal with patchy drizzle during the overnight hours. leading to half an inch to about three-quarters of an inch of rain here total and i know it is no the drought buster but it does look pretty wet for the majority of the day tomorrow. couple spots, if we are lucky will get inch of rain and i do mean that. we need the rain desperately and 7-day forecast always in view, breezy tomorrow and watching chance for coastal flooding here midday tuesday, midday
weekend we got wake-up temperatures in the 30s, highs in the 50s thursday, friday, saturday and sunday bringing back risk of rain for the second half of the weekend. back over to you. >> sara: wellfleet harbor closed for 25 days after a norovirus found in oysters harvested off-shore and 80 people became sick with the virus which can cause gastrointestinal pain, longer in the area. last month's closure hurt local shellfishing businesses and caused the town. >> sara: some worried it could
cluster. state leaders say champions known as pfc showing up in concentrated level in wells near the coakley landfill site on the sea coast and plant in merrimack and trade port near portsmouth. tonight on fox25 news at 10:00, talks to frustrated parents and gets new information on the investigation from state leaders. >> gene: 8:51. celebrating a skating path afoot and light-hearted i take to the open road. healthy, free, the world before me, the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose.
mayor should have paid. >> sara: holiday season approaching in boston and ready to celebrate. officials are planning several activities including outdoor skating pad. they are also offering a holiday market and area will be open everyday beginning early december. the rink will be open until february. >> sara: group of bikers in new jersey helped to stop one of their own stranded on side of the road and turns out that stranded biker was bruce springsteen. group of bikers taking part in
springsteen motorcycle running but when he couldn't he hopped off the back of the bike and went to bar. men talked for about an hour until they came to pick him up. >> curious if nicknamed boss hog. >> sara: breaking news in belmont where overnight a fire destroyed old hospital firefighters continue to put out the hot spots. >> we are about an inch and a half normal november rainfall in boston but over ten inches short where we should have had to the year, need rain and show what you type the rain starts and stops next. >> pats fans left the game
>> julie: now at 9:00 breaking news overnight huge flames engulf a local building but they got handle on it early and why they were able to get to the scene so early. >> daniel: president-elect donald trump looking at issues he will focus on when he gets to the white house. >> focus on jobs and healthcare and border. >> daniel: message for people that shut down the country. >> julie: second loss for patriots. we are looking at controversial noncall that has pats fans boo ing. >> >> daniel: 9:00 a.m. on monday, november 14th, i'm daniel miller. >> julie: i'm julie grauert. shiri spear in stormtracker