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search for the suspect who ran away. >> heather: tragedy at a construction site. >> one moment everything is fine. the next, it's not. >> heather: the freak accident that took a young father's life. >> jason: president-elect and one of his fiercest critics making nice. the decision we're waiting to hear this weekend. >> complete new england coverage starts right now. this is fox 25 morning news. >> jason: good morning, everybody. thank you forak watching fox 25 morning news this sunday. it is 6:00, november 20th, i'm jason law. >> heather: i'm heather hegedus. you just said, thank you for waking up. i'm glad we woke up. and watching fox 25. you hear what i'm saying. >> jason: right right. thank you for waking up with fox 25. is what i meant to say now that we got all of that without. >> heather: did you hear the wind last night? >> jason: when i got up, you could feel the changes. it was definitely colder this
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meteorologist jason brewer, you're tracking a lot of things today. >> jason brewer: yes. and the wind just picking up now. it's only going to get worse. let me show you this band of rain coming up south from the north, moving at 40 miles per hour. it's not going to last more than 20, 30 minutes in your town. it's headed to hampton on the sea coast about 6:00 this morning. away from the nantucket and vineyard, outer cape, much needed rain. it's still snowing out in the berks. but that snow rain line will make its way eastward. not worried about any accumulation here in eastern mass. but 9:00 in the morning, enough cold air moves in from the west. where places like worcester, and the higher elevations and hills of northern worcester county, you start to see that changing over. this goes through noontime. a couple of snow showers may
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all the way to the coast. there's wind to keep track of as well. those straight ahead. >> jason: developing this morning, right now police are searching for two people who they say stole a car and crashed it into a house. >> heather: this morning, fox 25 stephanie coueignoux is live for us at the northborough police department. stephanie, state police were chasing the car a few minutes before it crashed. >> reporter: yeah, mass. state police telling us that they ended up stopping that highway. just a short time later, they encountered this situation. these are some photos given to us by the homeowner's son. in these photos, you can see the suv ended up crashing into the front of this home here on hudson street. earlier i spoke with the homeowner who told me the impact was so big, the front door was barricaded shut. thankfully no one was hurt. you can imagine, a very scary
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incredible noise and found that suv stuck right in their front door. >> it was amazing. they said that because of the way we have this little deck here, that if that was not here, the car would have went in through the house. >> reporter: now this all happened just before 1:00 this had morning. the two people inside of the suv eventually ran away. police searched with some police dogs in that area. they but they're continuing their search this morning. and coming up in 30 minutes, the argument the homeowner's son said he overheard between the two suspects right before they ran away. in northborough, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> jason: this morning, osha is investigating a terrible accident in duxbury. a man killed by the saw he was using when it kicked back and hit him in the neck. fox 25 christine mccarthy reports, his coworkers tried to
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life. >> we did everything we can. >> reporter: workers shocked and upset as osha investigates the accident sunday afternoon. >> he was unconscious. he was still breathing. there was a lot of blood. >> reporter: the cut off saw involved in the accident lay at the bottom of the trench that another worker sam ram month nelly had been in. helping the victim lay a new construction for a new construction home. >> he was cutting an iron pipe in the hole and the saw kicked back at him. and cut him. in the throat. we tried to apply pressure. we tried to keep him up right. first responders carried the victim who had been working for a private local company, out of the trench and into an ambulance. >> the coworkers did great work with what they had, obviously. paramedics did great work. and doing the best they could to control bleeding and maintain
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efforts by early saturday night, police confirmed he had died. roma nelly said he had was an experienced worker and a father. >> two kids. kids were here. >> reporter: as the investigation continues, construction crews pray for his family. >> one moment everything is fine. the next, you know, it's not. so people should value life. >> reporter: christine mccarthy, for fox 25 news. >> jason: thankfully the victim's children while construction site were not close to their father when that accident happened. so far his name not released this weekend. we did try to reach out to the company for the local company working on this project. the fire department tells it's or wig. we're not clear if he worked for that company or another company subcontracted. >> heather: two boston police officers hurt while trying to arrest a man in the boston common.
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night. they found out he had a warrant for his arrest in connecticut. he violently fought back. he will head to court on a police officer charge before he answers to charges in connecticut. by the way, the injured officers were treated and released from the hospital. yes. this morning, the driver accused in the hit and run crash in chelsea has been arrested. we showed you this video all morning yesterday, showing a video of a minivan running into a 72-year-old woman and driving they identified arnold hernandez as the driver on fourth street and broadway yesterday morning. we're told they picked him up yesterday in revere. he's now facing several charges none of which his wife knew when we went to speak to him yesterday. >> he's a very good person. had no idea. we're just separated. i had no idea what took his life. >> jason: we're told the woman he hit is going to be okay and he's going to appear in court tomorrow morning.
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charged with driving with italy owner hanging outside of the door. police responded yesterday for an assault and battery report. when they got close they saw that truck and its owner just hanging on. his arm edged in a window and the driver speeding down hopper street swerving side to side nearly running the man on the outside into parked cars. eventually the owner fell off and the driver got out and ran off, leaving the truck in gear. officers chased and took him into a custody after that violent sight. that 17-year-old is facing a dozen charges. >> jason: happening today. donald trump is meeting with candidates to fill the open spots in his cabinet and other positions. former new york city mayor rudy giuliani and chris christie at his private golf course in new jersey. giuliani being considered for secretary of state.
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position. 2012 presidential candidate and former massachusetts governor mitt romney being considered as well. mike pence greeting him at the front door, showing none of the hostility we saw during the campaign. on romney's way out they shook hands and the former governor had this to say to reporters. >> we had a far reaching conversation with regards to the various theaters in the world which there are interest of significance and appreciated the chance to speak with the president-elect and look forward to the coming administration. >> jason: sharp purpose around from the campaign rhetoric where romney called trump a phony and a fraud. trump having similar remarks, saying romney was a stone cold loser. that meeting was the first of
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saturday. she's a former chancellor of the washington, d.c. school and candidate for the secretary. and retired james mat advertise possible pick for defense secretary. he served four years in the marine corps and head of central command overseeing all iraq in afghanistan. if not natured and approved, he would become the highest defense secretary in the a half century. >> heather: police investigating a in worcester at holy cross. no one is sure how long that swastika has been there for. the college president released this statement now, calling it a hate crime and asking for an investigation. he told students, quote, words, symbols and actions used to word and question another woman's right to exist hold a power that cannot be underestimated. a topic of race, typically a
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hosted a public forum on racism in the city. the first of a yearlong discussions of racism in boston. >> reporter: more than a thousand people of all races attending the event hosted by mayor marty walsh, at the cutler majestic theatre. >> this is the right conversation at the right time to have at the right city of america. that's what this is about. >> reporter: promising next year conversations about racism will go into every neighborhood in boston. >> these from roxbury to west roxbury to brighton to mattapan and every neighborhood in between. that's what we need to do. >> reporter: people took part in an open mic session with q and a with the mayor. among those addressing the crowd, several students, who say breaking down stereo types is just the first step. >> so i ask all of us to take a step back and open our minds. we must understand we come from
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>> reporter: yesterday was the first in a yearlong discussion. >> it's not like building a building you can see the foundation and steel going off and the completion of it. i think by having the dialogues one of the measurements is how many people come out for the dialogues in the different juries of the city. >> heather: mayor marty walsh says they'll do it again months from now, to see the progress that has been made hopefully. >> jason: in the mitt west taking on the dreadful san franciscoer seattle. the bad news, rob gronkowski is out of the game with injury to his sternum. we know san francisco is a bad time. 29th in total offense, 30th in passing. so look for collin kaepernick and company to try to run the ball. kick off is at 4:25. >> recreational marijuana is becoming legal less than a month
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>> jason brewer: i'm tracking live the heavy rain in gloucester. headed for hampton. closer look at the radar, and we're talking about the cold air and the wind on the way to southern new england straight ahead. >> jason: this morning, statewide changes after fox 25 investigates investigates a dangerous bus drivers. the new orders from the governor's office to get bus drivers away from children as soon as they're charged with serious crimes. >> reporter: governor baker told me he wanted to see changes. that was back in september one week after we showed him how a bus driver kept his license after being charged with a serious crime against a child. we followed up last week and now fox 25 obtained a memo to all law enforcement seeking a fix. is there anything you want to
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longer a school bus driver in garner, after he was arrested for the 12-year-old girl with autism in a neighboring town, the department of public utilities which licenses all school bus drivers in the state, never suspended chase son's bus license. that 12-year-old girl never rode his bus and chase son pleaded not guilty but enough to get the attention of gover after fox 25 showed him the report. >> frankly it raised an important element in the system. >> reporter: could only track convictions and no way of monitoring arrests of bus drivers in real-time. after "fox 25 investigates" followed up last week. the state sent out this bulletin to law enforcement asking them to report all arrests of school bus drivers to the rmv. their license to transport children could be suspended.
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protecting children. there should knock delay. >> reporter: wendy called the new orders after the fox 25 investigation no sense. >> there's no monitor on the bus to make sure the driver isn't molesting children. the least we can do to give an adult that kind of access to kids is take immediate action when they get caught. >> reporter: the governor's office tells us the rmv is now working on an automatic notification system to permanently fix this loop hole. but that may no for "fox 25 investigates" i'm eric rasmussen. >> heather: new england's unsolved goes inside the mind of a murder. we showed you how new technology uncovered new information to the murders of four children and a woman in new hampshire. now they're trying to unlock who the profile may be. >> the purpose was not to injury but to kill. the intent was to kill these people. >> heather: the victims body
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the woods. their identities remain a mystery. fox 25 bob ward travels to virginia to learn who could've committed this crime. why the location in allenes town could hold a vital clue. >> jason: it's beginning to look like christmas downtown. the christmas tree lit up at faneuil hall. more than 1,000led lights light up the skyline until christmas. jason we were telling you wintery like things going on but mostly rain too. >> jason brewer: temperatures in the 40s, so still not concerned of any snow sticking to the ground in central or eastern mass. i do think a change over to some snow is possible in western county before the end of this broadcast. we'll be watching that. between 8:00 to 10:00 a.m. some of the cold air from the west will try to wrap around low pressure that's currently swirling right overhead. you see the rain ahead of the
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in thor abouts plenty of snow. meanwhile, just some scattered rain here across the rest of southern new england. you see now just some light rain moving back into boston. the heavier rain right over rockport and gloucester. now that's headed to hampton. told you 6:20. and arriving a little ahead of schedule. looks like the showers moving 45 to near 50 miles per hour. portsmouth, early morning plans, grab your umbrella, a period of minutes. still have to get through steady rain, concord to manchester, tapering around the local area. temperatures in the lower 40s here. not concerned about any freezing. but just to the west. this is where the snow is flying. there's 91. keene, still in the warm sector, if you will. but the cold line is beginning
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as far as the accumulation, a coating of snow, the grassy surface and the cars, this morning in the highest elevations of worcester county. and then tonight a chance for another coating of snow. all in all, maybe an inch possible tonight in the highest elevations out west. we could see some neighborhoods, even towards the east coast of mass. by the time we get tonight and the cold air is more prevalent. we could get some snow and quick through. definitely a winter feel. temperatures right now upper 40s. not too cold yet. but overnight, we'll see chilly temperatures returning and we'll be seeing a better threat for the snow showers to stick to the ground in a couple of spots. it is going to be windy. check out these wind advisories. this is for today, tonight and tomorrow. 20 to 30 miles an hour westerly wind gusts up to 50 at times, especially tomorrow.
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the power lines. rain, obviously we've got that on the roads this morning. and to a lesser extent, that snow concern. here's your seven-day forecast. today, blustery, chilly, tracking the rain and the snow line. tomorrow morning, we could start things out with a left over snow shower out there. tuesday dry and brighter. wednesday looks good. right now, thanksgiving, another storm system may be making its way through. plenty to keep track through as that one reaches the shore in the pacific. >> a lot g you. a local navy world vet hoping to go on a new journey. >> so many of the guys can't go. if i'm able, i want to do it. >> heather: coming up. the special person he's hoping
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>> reporter: in a worse case scenario, what would you do? massachusetts wants to make sure its emergency responders and court staff are prepared for the worse. >> special response team trained anywhere from three to four times a month. this is the first one we've done in the courthouse. >> reporter: this special courthouse active shooter training is new to the baystate. they started the program last year. fall river was the site of the first drill. new bedford the second city to try it out. >> maybe once or twice a year around the country, there is somewhere in the nation. while we think this is a really -- it's a low probability event, it's one with high consequences. >> reporter: about 80 court employees across the region volunteered to assist in saturday's drill. participating and learning, so they could bring it back to their respective courthouses. >> lock down. inform, counter and evade. it's very much like the run, hide, fight protocol that's being taught in many places.
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years, the fbi only identified one active shooter incident in massachusetts. though many argue the situations are becoming more common. >> we're seeing more and more of it on a daily basis. and it's not just schools any more. it's malls, shopping centers, it's movie cinema, it's anywhere, so we need to be prepared. >> that was julie reporting. there's a focus on western and central mass. but also the north shore and the >> jason brewer: a band of rain moving through and there's the snow making its way eastward hour by hour. i'll have a timeline on when to expect the flakes and also where to expect the wind to pick up first straight ahead. >> reporter: a stolen suv ? i'm like a sponge for this stuff. i can learn it. get it. sell it. i can do this job in my sleep better than some people can do awake. i just want to make sure this brain stays in hyperdrive. hey we hear you.
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complete new england news coverage continues right now. this is fox 25 morning news. >> jason: welcome back everyone. it's 6:29. and jason brewer told us yesterday it would be like in this morning. low hanging clouds. quite the departure from yesterday morning. now we're dealing with a lot of clouds out there and a lot of rain. >> heather: check this out. the worse is yet to come. here's a look at the radar, the green showing the rain, giving way to white and that means snow. the it see coming in from albany and out west. kick it over to meteorologist jason brewer. jason, you warned us, snow was coming for parts of the state. not the eastern part of the state, though? >> jason brewer: yeah not too concerned about any snowflakes in eastern mass. obviously watching the cold air out west. that line could continue making it eastward, we could end it with a brief period of snow in worcester county by 9:00, 10:00 in the morning.
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now. spot around peabody, lowell moving away from cape cod. had the rain in the early morning hours. there's the snow line, right up against 91 right now and trying to march eastward. as you can see 9:00 in the morning, temperatures falling in places like orange and worcester and keene. that's the corridor to begin to watch for any minor accumulations. we could get a coating before the morning is through here in those spots. into ni continues to deepen across the rest of the area. there's a chance that a couple of snow showers could make their way all the way over to eastern mass. then we have the wind, it's going to pick up on the cape and islands first and going to be up to 50 miles an hour tomorrow. wind advisory in affect this afternoon and continue right through monday. going to be blustery around here as well. plenty more straight ahead on the radar. >> heather: they're loving that taste of snow up in keene,
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a search is open right now for a pair of suspects in northborough. they abandoned their car. this after they drove into a home. >> jason: it happened at 1:00 on hudson street. the good news, no one in the house was hurt this morning. stephanie coueignoux is live at the police station this morning, following the investigation. stephanie, police actually called off their chase shortly before the crash? >> reporter: yeah, this all started when mass. state police say they spotted that suv speeding down chase after the suv got off of the highway. a short time later, they found that suv once again partially inside of a home. the homeowner's son gave me these photos just after that crash. you can see the black suv sticking out of the front door right there. thankfully no one was hurt. but the homeowner told me the damage was so bad that they have to find a new place to stay.
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they might have to split up the family while they wait for their home to be fixed. the homeowner's son was the first person to wake up and ran down the stairs. his home mom told us, her son heard the two suspects arguing before they ran off. >> he said that one of them should stay. it was an accident they should stay and deal with it. and the other one said, we've got to go, we've got to go. and they ran. >> reporter: so i asked them told me, it was a river and swampy area. and she told me it would be hard for the suspects to get very far. again, no word exactly on what direction they would take off in. mass. state police searching for the suspects. since 1:00 this morning, they still haven't found the suspects. we're going to continue to check in with them and get any updates. coming in 30 minutes, what inspectors say actually
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room. in northborough, stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> heather: stephanie. thank you. a springfield man facing multiple charges this afternoon including killing a dog. a jack russell terrier chihuahua fix. he was walking with its owner when another man came up and started arguing friday afternoon. the man identified as edwin harrison is accused of pulling out a gun and shooting the dog. witnesses sa away as if nothing happened. harrison was a convicted felon and also accused of trying to hide that gun when running from officers. police say when they arrested him they found dozens of bags of heroin and cocaine packaged for sale. now being held on bail and due in court tomorrow. >> jason: a peabody in court this morning, happened thursday morning on route 62 according to police. the sale of news reports that ryan mccarthy was a passenger in
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mccarthy accused of getting out of the car and shouting at the other driver. at his arraignment he pleaded not guilty. he was told to stay away from the other victim. mccarthy is due back in court in january. >> heather: an investigation under way in the death of a kayaker. the man's body was found off of channel beach in hull. that kayaker identified as 57-year-old douglas kin weymouth. but it took hours for police to learn his name because he didn't have any identification on him when he was found. officials tell fox 25 that is becoming a common problem in water deaths along the south shore. now the town of hull is hoping to get some new rules in place for rental companies in hopes of getting them in place by next summer. >> the questions, can you swim, do you know where you are, do you know what the wind conditions will be in this afternoon, before putting in a
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shore, and drown or have to be are he is skewed. >> heather: it's not clear how douglas died. he was wearing a life jacket when he was found. >> jason: fox 25 continues to follow the aftermath of the legalizesation of recreational marijuana here in massachusetts. the law goes into effect next month. and now they're reassessing their own policies for employees. there's already a law on the books that prevents officers and firefighters from smoking tobacco even off of the job. police and fire departments across the state for marijuana use. but one lawyer told the paper, the unions are likely going to fight any department that tries to punish somebody. a few weeks before question 4 becomes legal, make sure you know how it works. log on to fox25boston.com for complete coverage of the new laws and regulations. the reason dating back decades, not everyone is
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>> heather: 6:39. welcome back. north quincy high school celebrating its new athletic field but under a cloud of controversy. the field was dedicated yesterday in honor of a family with deep ties to that community. but a for some people it only brings to mind lawrence creed den, the superintendent of the schools back in the 80s there. he resigned in 1984 amid allegations he inappropriately touched students. he was never charged but later pleaded guilty to sexual assaulting a homeless woman. fox 25 has more on the controversy surrounding the field on our website up right now. log on to fox25boston.com for why the mayor is standing by the
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>> jason: shift gears now. patriots taking on the 49ers today, looking to bounce back after dropping one at home to the sea hawks last sunday. fox 25 butch stearns in fran this morning with a look at how the team is preparing. >> it's bounce back week for the patriots after losing to seattle at home last week. they're looking to rebound with a win against a 1 and 8, 49ers here in san francisco. doing so, avoid a belichick and tom brady rarity, back to back losses. that's only happened six times since 2003. in fact, the patriots are 41 and 6 in regular season games after a loss. but the process had to travel all the way across the country. a lot is made how tough it is for west coast games coming to east to win. what about east coast teams going west. the patriots have interesting thoughts on whether that's a good thing or bad thing. >> when we touchdown i put my body clock on wherever we are
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that's important. >> i always thought we gain a couple of hours of sleep. so you wake up wherever you are on the west coast we're juiced up, we got an extra hour, two hours of sleep. so i'm always found it fun going west. >> the reason we're going out there is to play football games. nothing more important than that. it's easy to compartmentalize in my 17th year. i've been through a lot of different places travel with friends and so forth. >> for tom brady it's the first time he's played in front of his hometown fans here in san francisco in his 17th career. but he'll be without rob gronkowski and chris hogan out of this game. surprising deval shear don will not play either. from san francisco, i'm butch stearns with the patriots. >> heather: butch, thank you. a restaurant rallying around two of their own as their daughter faces a harrowing surgery.
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to fox 25 morning news. i'm watching storm tracker radar lit up with showers in southern new hampshire and a damp morning elsewhere. and then the snow to the west. plenty to keep track of. i'm timing of when you could see flakes straight ahead. >> heather: all right. jason, thank you. friends and family red to send a 91-year-old world war ii veteran to the 75th anniversary of pearl harbor. we had the honor of speaking with that father. >> the day in. >> reporter: with a father in the navy, the sea was in his blood. the cross burned on his heart. >> 50 miles off the coast of japan. >> reporter: on that day he was aboard the is s bennett, when the bombs came raining down from the kamikaze. >> we were lucky, it had two bomb and lost a bomb.
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harbor. and we would've joined the other two on the bottom. >> reporter: it was one of many close calls during world war ii. when he arrived home, his bride who he met on the beach. >> the letters was what kept you going. you wrote almost every day. >> reporter: ed has a new pen palm a 4th grade who lives in hawaii and can't get enough of ed's war stories. these two unlikely friends plan to meet for the first time. >> because so many of the can't go. if i'm able, i want to do it. >> reporter: family friends started a go-fund me page to fly ed to heat advisory for pearl harbor's 70 anniversary. when there he plans to have dinner with dominic. he says he'll be there no matter what. >> last year, there was a 100 year old guy there. 100 years old.
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now if he's 100 and something, and go, i'm 90 something and i'll go. >> reporter: i'm kathryn burcham, fox 25 news. >> now your local forecast, from meteorologist jason brewer and the fox 25 storm tracker weather team. >> jason brewer: good morning, i'm keeping track of this band of rain. forecasted it for a couple of days now. certainly coming together now in southern new hampshire where the steadier rain has moved. go to portsmouth, talked need the rain heading out early. it won't last long. another 10, 20 minutes of this. it's going to move on. already over nantucket and provincetown. rain is wrapping up. now, we go back to the west. here around worcester and southbridge, we're seeing spotty, light showers. and that cold air is lurking just west of you here over western mass. where the snow is flying in the berkshires, that cold air continues to spill eastward, slowly but surely.
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light rain could turn to light snow before the end of this broadcast. watching between 9:00 and 10:00 here in orange or worcester. already a .25 inch this morning. boston checked in under .10 of an inch. temps in the 40s in most locations at 9:00 a.m. not concerned about snow anywhere until you get the highest hills of worcester county. where you see the middle 30s, around keene and could see a coating of snow as that cold air continues to move eastward. could see it change over to a few snow showers in southern new hampshire here late this afternoon. then tonight, that cold air continues to make its way over toward the coast. and that might be enough to support some scattered snow showers, some flakes all the way over to the east coast tonight. really not any accumulation, other than maybe a coating in a couple of neighborhoods possible. with any of those heavier snow
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even near 50 degrees right now. so not particularly cold. winds not particularly strong just yet. i wanted to show you the current winds, though. because, look, counter clockwise right here. so that's where my low pressure center is. and it's making its way northeastward. we're seeing gusts now beginning to pick up. got my first gust near 40 and new bedford. the vineyard at 25. talked about the south coast beginning to feel the affects of the strong winds today first. so is what you get. we're just not going to be able to warm up. you see temperatures stuck in the 40s, if not falling a little bit by mid to late afternoon. the wind advisory is up today through monday. gusts 50 miles an hour possible in a few spots. so the hour by hour wind gusts by 11:00 a.m. 30 to 40 miles an hour along the shore line in particular. and the highest elevations as well. waking up monday morning, gusts
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tomorrow. isolated spots to 50. we're monitoring the trees the power lines with this kind of a wind. and also the wind chills, tomorrow morning, waking up, feeling like the teens. we'll need our layers. all right. your seven-day forecast, we do brighten things up on tuesday. bur a left over morning flurry on monday. wednesday looks good too. thanksgiving day when our next rainmaker is on the way. we'll watching that system come ashore and keep track of that over the next 48 hours. a ne next half hour. >> jason: all right. jason, see you then. developing this morning, no northborough, police are on the hunt for two suspects. two got away after their car crashed into a house. the one thing that may have prevented the inside from seriously being hurt. and a local high school
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6:54 this sunday. experts at the new england aquarium, made surprising discovery about a sea turtle rescued last week. the guy only has one lung. the discovery made as he was
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and a check for pneumonia. biologists say a one lunged sea turtle is extremely rare. it has a good prognosis and eventually released back in the ocean. >> heather: poor guy. speedy recovery for him. perfect end to go the perfect season, the new division two state champions and they beat out mass skano, ma'am met high school yesterday. to keep their perfect season. but that game was a nail biter. after never letting all season. that streak, unfortunately, came to an end when mass scow got one passed the goalie. it doesn't matter, they still came out on top. marking their 17th title since 1979. all the more memorable because their current head coach was on the last winning team. >> it's absolutely incredible and giving up our first goal, who cares, we won the game. that's what we play for.
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son james scored both goals one goal shy of the record which his father has held for the last 37 years. mick kully has one more year to best his dad. congratulations to them. >> jason: concerns of religious extremists could be popping up in prisons. the records reached to jihads. the reason they say there's no reason to be >> jason brewer: tracking pressure on storm tracker radar, bringing rain and snow. ?? why do banks treat you and your money like this?
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>> reporter: a family now with without a place to stay after a stolen suv crashed through their front door. a search for the suspect as who ran away. >> heather: tragedy at a construction site. >> one moment everything is fine the next it's not. >> heather: the freak accident that took a young father's life. >> jason: and smiles and a thumbs up, the president-elect and one of his fiercest critics making nice. the decision we're waiting to hear this weekend. >> complete new england news cora this is fox 25 morning news. >> heather: good morning. and thank you so much for watching fox 25 morning news. it is 7:00 a.m. on sunday, november 20th, i'm heather hegedus. >> jason: and i'm jason law. talking about rain out there right now. a lot of rain to talk about. and snow is on the way in the forecast unfortunately. fox 25 meteorologist jason brewer joining us now tracking the changing conditions this weekend. >> jason brewer: yeah, right now, i'm tracking the rain, making its way into southern new hampshire.
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shore. meanwhile, just some spotty showers around boston, the pike, worcester, back to southbridge, a little bit steadier rain. look at this, we're beginning to get signs that the rain is changing or mixing with snow over parts of connecticut. that's going to build its way northward. so in the highest terrain in the worcester hills, we're going to be watching for a few flakes possible through the morning hours today. and then the cold air continues to move in this afternoon and into tonight. so you've got a better chance for a all the way over to the east coast of massachusetts tonight. no accumulation. could see a coating in worcester hills before this is said and done. but the wind also a big concern. wind advisories to share with you and when we start to brighten up coming up. >> jason: developing this morning, police searching for two people who they say stole a car and crashed into a house. >> heather: fox 25 stephanie coueignoux joins us from the northborough police department where state police were actually
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stephanie? >> reporter: yeah, they say that they started the chase because that suv was speeding down 290. but they ended up stopping after the suv pulled off of the highway. however, just a short time later, they ended up encountering this situation. these are photos given to me by the homeowner's son. in these photos you can see that's the very suv mass. state police were chasing. now partially inside of a home right there. now, i did speak with the homeowner who lives o street. and he told me the impact was so big when that suv crashed into their home. that the front door was barricaded shut. thankfully nobody was hurt. as you can imagine, a very scary situation. everybody was sleeping at the time. it was just about 1:00 a.m. this morning. they woke up to this incredible noise and found that suv stuck in their front door. >> it was amazing. they said that because of the way we have this little deck
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the house. >> reporter: now, police say that the two people inside of the suv got out after the crash and ran away. they've been searching for them ever since that crash happened. again, very early on this morning. so far, though, they haven't caught those suspects when we last checked. we're going to continue to do that. but coming up in 30 minutes, the item that inspectors say prevented that suv, again, from going in, as well as t heard between the two suspects before they ran away. in northborough, stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> jason: this morning, osha is investigating a terrible accident in duktsdz. a man killed by the saw he was using when it kicked back and hit him in the neck. fox 25 christine mccarthy reports. >> we did everything that we could. >> reporter: workers shocked and upset as osha investigates the
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duxbury saturday afternoon. >> he was unconscious. he was still breathing. there was a lot of blood. >> reporter: the cut off saw involved in the accident lay at the bottom of the trench that another worker, sam roma nelly had been in. helping the victim lay a new water line for a new construction home. >> he was cutting an iron pipe down in the hole there. and the saw kicked back at him and cut him. in his throat. we tried >> first responders carried the victim who had been working for a private local company out of the trench and into an ambulance. >> the coworkers did great work with what they had, obviously. paramedics did great work. and doing the best they could to control bleeding and maintain airway. and transport to the hospital. >> reporter: did you despite their efforts by early saturday night, police had confirmed he had died.
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experienced worker and a father. >> two kids. kids were here. >> reporter: as the investigation continues, construction crews pray for his family. >> one moment everything is fine. the next, you know, it's not. so people should value life. >> reporter: christine mccarthy, for fox 25 news. >> jason: thankfully the victim's children while at the construction site were not close to their father when the accident happened. his name no morning. we did reach out to construction company working on the project. the company is all or wigged. it's not clear if he was working for that company or another company that was subcontracted. >> heather: it's now 6:05. two police officers hurt when trying to arrest a man in the boston common. they spotted the man illegally smoking on the common friday night.
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trying to take him into custody. he will be headed to the boston court for assault of a police officer and then he will answer to charges in connecticut. the injured officers were treated and released from the hospital. >> jason: this morning, the driver accused in this hit and run crash in chelsea has been arrested. we showed you this video yesterday showing a minivan running into a 72-year-old woman and driving off. now thanks to helpful tips this weekend, police were able to identify 20-year-old arnold hernandez in that hit and saturday morning. they picked him up yesterday in revere. he's now facing several charges, none of which his wife knew about when we talked to her yesterday. >> he's a very good person. i had no idea. we were just separated. but i have no idea what took his life. >> jason: hernandez will appear in court tomorrow morning. the woman who was hit is okay. >> heather: a 17-year-old is accused of driving a truck with the owner of the truck hanging outside of the driver's door.
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avenue in worcester yesterday for an assault and battery report. and when they got close to the scene, they saw the truck and the owner hanging on. his arm wedged in the window and the driver speeding down hopper street swerving side to side, nearly running that man into parked cars. eventually the owner of the truck fell off. and the driver got out and ran off, leaving the truck in gear. but officers were able to track that 17-year-old down and fight. he's now facing a dozen charges. >> jason: happening today, president-elect donald trump will continue meeting with candidates to fill the open spots in his cabinet and other white house positions. former new york city mayor rudy giuliani and new jersey governor chris christie at his private golf course in bed minister new jersey. christy is being considered for a position? homeland security, rudy giuliani for secretary of state. yesterday, trump met with
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former massachusetts governor mitt romney. trump and his vice-president elect, mike pence greeted romney at the front door, showing none of the hostility we saw in the campaign. the group spoke for an hour. they shook hands and he and the governor had this to say to reporters. >> we had a far reaching conversation with regards to the various theaters in the world where there are interests of the united states of real significan president-elect. and look forward to the coming administration. >> jason: those words a sharp turn around from the campaign rhetoric, where romney called trump at one point, a phony and fraud. trump had similar disparaging remarks all campaign season saying romney was a stone cold loser. this morning, no one saying whether romney was offered a position. that anticipated meeting was the first of many for donald trump.
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with president-elect and mike pence. she's a position for the candidate second. later, he met with retired general james mattis. he served four years in the marine corps and head of central command overseeing all operations in iraq and afghanistan. if nominated and approved, he would be the highest officer to become defense secretary in half a century. meantime president-elect continues to demand a apology from the cast of broadway hamilton. we showed you this video happened of soon to be vice-president elect mike pence when he attended the show in new york city. >> boo boo. >> jason: a lot of boos and jeers from the crowd there. later in in the show. donald trump repeated the demand 30 minutes ago, with this tweet,
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hear is highly overrated should immediately apologize to mike pence for their terrible behavior. >> this morning, police are investigating a swastika on the bathroom wall of the holy cross in worcester. it it was found on thursday but people aren't sure how long it has been there for. the college report released a statement calling it a hate crime and asking for an investigation. he told, students, quote, words, simple bolls and actions used to hurt and question another human's right to exist power that cannot be underestimated. the topic of race and healing racial tensions taking center stage in boston this weekend. >> reporter: more than 1,000 people of all races attending the racial event by mayor marty walsh in the theater. >> this is the right conversation, to have in the right city of america. that's what this is about. >> reporter: mayor marty walsh promising in the next year
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boston. >> these corks will go from roxbury to west roxbury to brighton to mattapan and every single neighborhood in between. that's what we need to do. >> reporter: people took part in the open mic session q and a with the mayor. among those in the crowd several students, who say breaking down stereo types is just the first step. >> i ask all of us to take a step back and open our minds. we must understand that we come are one race we are the human race. >> reporter: yesterday was the first in a yearlong race discussion. >> it's not like we're, a foundation and we can see the foundation going in and steel going up and it being topped off and the completion of it. i think by having these dialogues i think one of the measurements will be how many people come out for the dialogues in the different areas of the city. >> heather: keep you posted on what happens in the next year there. 7:11 now. and recreational marijuana becoming legal in less than a
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>> jason brewer: welcome back to fox 25 morning news. still tracking the sea of rain over southern new hampshire. then watching the rain and snow back to the west. talking about the flakes and where to expect them straight ahead. >> jason: this weekend, "fox 25 investigates" exposes concerns of islamic extremism behind local prison eric rasmussen learned that six inmates at norfolk are currently being investigated. >> reporter: the behind the walls at mci norfolk talk of jihad and siri law. six inmates who attend the muslim's chapel are facing discipline for setting up a structure of power over other inmates requiring uniforms and demanding contracts of allegiance. >> you want to be looked, for
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of who is sending money to their account. >> reporter: professor martin horn once led new york city's department of corrections setting up an intelligence center at rykers island including members of a task force. he spoke to fox 25 via skype. >> if one were going to try to recruit individuals to engage in the kind of terrorist activities that utmost concern us what better way to look for recruits than >> reporter: fox 25 learned of a report that inmates also used recordings from al qaeda recruiters to preach jihad to others at the prison. the department of corrections said that the jihad that was being preached was in the context of personal, spiritual struggle as opposed to a war against nonbelievers. a spokesperson said, there was no evidence that their unauthorized activities were
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but also says there's good reason to investigate. >> first of all, the prisoners come out. eventually they're all coming out to the community. and we know from several experiences that often times they can influence activities that are current on the outside. >> reporter: now the doc confirms it consulted with federal law enforcement on this investigation but says it found nothing illegal. the six medium security inmates who have not been identified are still facin because prison rules forbid setting up any kind of hierarchy like a gang regardless of religion. for "fox 25 investigates" i'm eric rasmussen. >> heather: new england's unsolved goes inside of the mind of a killer. just last week we showed you how technology is providing new clues into the murder of a young woman and three children in new hampshire. now trying to unlock who their
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the intent was to kill these people. >> heather: the victim's body stuffed into barrels and left in the woods. their identities remain a mystery today. tonight at 10:00, bob ward travels to new york to learn who may have committed the crime and why the location, they were found in -- why that location of allenes town may hold a vital clue. >> jason: i don't know if today is the day to do it. if you get a chance this week, go down and check out the tree more than 3,000led lights lit up the tree. a lot of people seeing snow out there, which feels kind of appropriate. >> jason brewer: yeah, good news for skiers. vermont. western mass. we've been talking about a winter storm warning in those locations. meantime, there's the snow to the west. and i'm watching that rain snow line. it's really bumping right up against 91. and we're beginning to see a chance of a few flakes over northern connecticut making
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worcester county before the morning is through. this is what i'm watching, hour by hour, minute by minute. in the meantime, we've had this big band of rain come through in the early morning hours. i'm tracking it over a good part of the area as we began at 6:00 this morning. now that band of rain is over portsmouth leaving hampton. still a little bit of rain sea coast to deal with. here over provincetown, all the way to the islands, that band of rain has moved away. and we're seeing a damped morning in parts of central right around fitchburg, worcester, over to southbridge. these light showers plaguing the skies. so it's just going to be a dreary day and watching the flakes out to the west. giving signs of that mixing in around amherst and, again, some of this could make its way eastward before the morning is through with a few flakes in the worcester hills look at this vermont all the way to upstate new york, western mass. just covered in the snow right now. so far we've had a third of an inch of rain in worcester take
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here's future cast, this is through 10:00 a.m. see where that snow line is, right there up against the weapons stern side of worcester county up near the keene area. i think the model is doing a pretty good job of showing you where the potential will be. notice the temperatures, they're in the 40s just about everywhere else. so not concerned about any snow or wintery weather for most of the area today. here's noontime. still, again, parked out to the west and the highest elevations up at 1,000 feet. we could be type accumulations. nothing more than that during the day. then as the cold air continues to spill in tonight. we're going to have that chance for a few flakes to stick a little bit better as the road temperatures cool down. mainly just grassy surfaces and cars and that type of thing, if we're seeing any accumulations at all. notice most of us are dry. this is not a widespread event. we'll see scattered snow showers with low pressure swirling by to our north. we'll have wind and we'll have cold. there are your morning hours in
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tomorrow. in the meantime, it's cloudy, it's 48, the wind chill is 42, that's nothing to what we'll see tonight. look at those numbers in the 50s in bedford. starting out with temperatures near our normal highs. they just won't warm up. they'll fall today. the winds picking up too. out of the southeast and southwest swirling around low pressure right now and beginning to gust. i've been watching hour by hour, these gusts coming up into the 30s now along the south coast come up to 40 to 50 miles per hour later today and through tomorrow. so your be ins today, stuck where you are, if not falling a little bit. wind advisory, 11:00 today through 7:00 monday. and i think tuesday looks pretty breezy as well. there are your wind gusts running 30 to near 40 miles an hour. not only today, into tonight, there's your 8:00 forecast. there's monday afternoon. still running with some good wind speeds. and here's a look at the wind
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want to bundle up, layer up. wind chills in the teens with those kinds of winds. good taste of wintertime temperatures here. cold morning. cool afternoons. the good news, we do brighten up after morning flurries on monday. wednesday, the winds are gone, and then thanksgiving day, watch out for our next weather maker. that will be coming on shore in the pacific. more information on that in the next 48 hours. in the meantime, a new look at the radar in
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>> jason: celtics trying to stay afloat. wowed jae crowder. mark kugs smart off of the crowder crashes the boards keeps the boards alive. celtics up 2. last chance for the pistons. but horford comes up with a big
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bruins jets. bruins up 1-0. and brad marchand adds to that. b's with a 5 on 3 later and don't waste the opportunity. patrice bergeron's third of the year. bruins win 4-1. they're now 11 and 7. >> jason brewer: right now storm tracker radar, plenty of rain and snow. i'll show you when to expect those flakes straight ahead. >> reporter: a stolen suv
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this is fox 25 morning news. >> jason: good morning, everybody. it looks a little bit better. we had low hanging clouds a little while ago. that isn't what i was expecting to see. not too bad. rain out there and systems through our area. >> heather: better than yesterday.
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course. the worse of it yet to come. you can see the green, that's the rain kind of moving away. out west, see the blewish gray. that's a wintry mix even snow out there. it's the season already. let's get you over to jason brewer. jason, fortunately for us in eastern massachusetts, we'll not see that snow but a different story in worcester and western mass. >> jason brewer: yeah, i'm getting a few signs of flakes we still have the rain out of here in 10, 15 minutes. and meanwhile, spotty light rain, a dreary start. framingham over to worcester. but, again, here around ware and brimfield, seeing the spot with it flipping out with a few flakes mixing in. the higher spots of worcester county could see some snow with a coating on the grass possible. that would be about it. the air gets colder into the night tonight. so not everybody gets rain and
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flakes over to the east coast in massachusetts. into the night tonight as the air continues to get colder. and it's going to get windy. a wind advisory in affect later this morning right through wednesday. already gusts 15 miles per hour, woods hole reported. watching trees and power lines much more coming up. >> heather: jason, thank you. a search for a couple of suspects. they abandoned their car got drove into a home. >> jason: this happened at 1:00 on hudson street. no one inside of the house was hurt. that's the good news. stephanie coueignoux is live outside of the police station. stephanie, police tell us they called off their chase shortly before the crash. >> reporter: yeah. they say that they were following that suv down 290 for speeding. but eventually called that chase off after that suv got off of the highway. however a short time later, they
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again, this time pretty much stuck inside of this home. these are some photos that the homeowner's son sent me earlier this morning. as you can see, the damage to that home on hudson street, that black suv sticking out of the front door. again, thankfully nobody was hurt. but the homeowner told me the damage was so bad they now have to find a new place to stay. what's so heartbreaking in all of this. is that they have to possibly split up the family while they wait for their home to be first person who woke up after hearing that sound and ran downstairs. and his mom told us after the crash her son actually overheard the two suspects arguing before they ran off. >> one of them said that they should stay, you know, it was an accident they should stay and deal with it. and the other one said, no, we've got to go, we've got to go. and they ran. >> reporter: susan told me that right behind her house is a river and some swampy area.
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however, again, police at this point still searching for those suspects. we're continuing to reach out and as soon as we get an update we'll let you know. but coming up in 30 minutes what inspectors say actually prevented that suv from going even further into the home. in northborough, stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> heather: stephanie, thank you. a springfield man facing multiple charges this morning. including killing a pet dog. police say that dog, a jack russell terrier another man came up and arguing with the owner friday afternoon. now at some point the man identified as edwin harrison is accused of pulling out his gun and shooting that dog. police say harrison walked away as if nothing had happened. he is a convicted felon. he's also accused of trying to hide that gun when running from officers. when they arrested harrison, they found dozens of bags of heroin and crack cocaine package for sale on him.
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due in court tomorrow. an investigation on the way into the death of a kayaker on the south shore. the man's body discovered at the beach off of channel street in hull yesterday morning. he's been identified as 57-year-old douglas king from weymouth. but it did take hours for police to learn king's name because he didn't have any identification on him at the time. officials tell fox 25 that is becoming a common problem when it comes to water deaths. now the town of hull is hoping to have new rules in in time for next summer. and they're trying to get rental companies to abide by these rules. >> questions have to be asked, can you swim, do you know where you are, do you know the wind conditions this afternoon before they're put in a situation where they're off shore and they're drowned or have to be rescued. >> heather: at this point, it's not clear how king died. but he was wearing a life jacket when he was found. >> jason: fox 25 continues to follow the aftermath of the legalization of recreational
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the law goes into effect next month. now fire departments and police departments are reassessing the policy for their employees. there's already a law on the books that prevents firefighters and police officers from smoking tobacco on the job. they're making it clear that they're going to have zero tolerance for marijuana use. but one lawyer tells the unions will fight any department that tries to punish an employee. with a few weeks to go before question 4 becomes law. make sure you know how it works. you can log fox25boston.com for complete coverage of the rules and regulations. >> heather: there's a push in washington for president obama to use his remaining time in washington to clean house. ash carter and james clapper want the president to replace the chief of the national security agency. they don't think admiral michael rogers is working quickly enough to deal with cyber attacks. now he's supposed to be organizing the nsa to traditional cyber command compartment.
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ununprecedented move given that the community is warning about cyber attacks for years. separately donald trump is considering rogers to take over clapper's job. clapper signing as the as the director on inauguration day. a new athletic field here dedicated amidst controversy. >> jason: the reason not everybody is celebrates north quincy high's newest addition. >> heather: plus looking for redemption after last week's stunning loss.
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happy friendsgiving. warm up with pillsbury. >> jason: 7:39. first look at the aftermath of a deadly train derailment in northern india. officials have revised the death toll. it's now up to 104.
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derailment. it happened just after 3:00 a.m. this morning local time. jumped the track, crumb thing as they hit others. hundreds of people trapped inside. rescue crews trying to reach them and rescue the bodies. no word on what caused the derailment but they're promising to punish anyone at fault. >> heather: celebrating a the new athletic field under a cloud of creeden field honored yesterday with a family with deep ties to the community. but as we've reported last week, for some people it only brings to mind, lawrence creeden who was the superintendent of schools back there in the 1980s. he resigned from his job in 1984 amid allegations he inappropriately touched students. he was never charged but he pled guilty in another case to sexual assaulting a homeless woman. >> jason: patriots out on the
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today looking bounce back after losing one at home last week to the sea hawks. butch sterns is in san francisco this morning with a look at how the team is preparing. >> reporter: it's bounce back week for the patriots after losing at home to the seattle last week. they're looking to rebound against the 1 and 849ers here in san francisco. doing so, avoiding belichick and tom brady rarity, back to back losses. that's only happened six times since 2003. in fact, 6 in regular season games after a loss. but the patriots had to travel all across the country for this game. a lot of talk about west coast coming east coast. what about east going west. patriots have thoughts on whether it's a good or bad thing. >> when we touchdown, i try to put my body clock on wherever we are. and get your rest all week, that's important. >> i've always thought we gain a couple of hours of sleep, so
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you are on the west coast, we're juiced up. we've got an extra hour, two hours of sleep, so i've always found it fun going west. >> the reason we're going out there is to play football games there's nothing more important than that. it's easy to compartmentalize in my 17th year. i've been through a lot of different things with games over the years, travelling different places and friends and so forth. but everyone knows we're there to play a game. >> for tom brady it will be the first time since he played in front in san francisco in his 17 year career. but he'll be without rob governing cow ski and chris hogan. and surprisingly jamal sheered will not play either. i'm butch sterns with the patriots. >> heather: a local veteran hoping to mark the 75th anniversary of pearl harbor with a trip to the naval base.
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the weekend coming up. >> mark: take a look at the beautiful baby girl. she is a fighter. she's only three months old. her name is savanna and already been through more than any child should have to go through. she'll be undergoing open heart surgery in january. savanna has a heart defect and her parents didn't know what to do when they found out. as fox 25 blair miller learned they didn't have to look very far to find the help they needed. >> we got a meal for you. >> reporter: there's morth just the lunchtime crowd here at olive garden in south attleboro. there's a mission to help their coworker thomas east wood and kaleigh sergeant and their little girl. >> i was ready to taker. >> reporter: 3-month-old savanna diagnosed with a heart defect before she was even born. >> i was a little scared. i was definitely upset. i was confused and worried about what her out come would be like. >> reporter: tom and kaleigh met here at olive garden. and when their coworkers heard
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which resulted in the days in the icu, weekly doctor visits and two surgerying still ahead. they knew they had to do something. >> especially when you have children and fortunate to have children who grew up healthy and didn't have these struggles. and just to know i feel as a gentleman, i feel obligated to do something. >> reporter: and that something resulted in nearly $6,000 in donations so far, from coworkers, the company and the customers. and the effort is growing. today whil couple dropped off when they could. not interested in lunch, just in helping this little girl. >> for people to come forward and try to do everything they can to help, it was definitely -- surprising. >> reporter: yet it's not clear what lies ahead for savanna. she's slated for open heart surgery in january. and mom knows every bit of support helps. >> i think it would be 100% different if we didn't have that. we wouldn't have the support, we
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years when she's running around the restaurant. and i'm yelling atom, hey get your kid. we're running a business here. >> reporter: these bracelets saying saving savanna on them. customers can buy them when coming here to eat. they want to pay it forward and donate back to children's hospital and donate to families just like them. i'm blair miller, fox 25 news. >> heather: i have a feeling savanna is going to be great and she will be running around olive garden. she's got a fighter in her, i know it. >> jason: one of the things we've been emphasizing is snow to our west and i think the rain. but i haven't mentioned the wind of you can see the tree branches i mean. >> heather: i heard it overnight, it woke me up. >> jason brewer: and yeah and it's going to get worse. 50 miles per hour possible right through the day and into tomorrow as well. we've already seen a gust of 50 at woods hole. the south coast getting in on the gusts first this morning.
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a few breaks in the clouds possible today. the big story, the wind, the spotty showers, a spotty snow showers in worcester county certainly possible. the back edge of the steadier rain that came through early this morning, if you were waking up with us, i was tracking all of that, now moving, 40, 50 miles an hour. there it goes off of the sea coast and leaving the cape alone. the north, south shore, drying up. i do back here in worcester county right there from framingham, and wayland moving toward acton right up 495, around leominster, a stripe of light rain coming through. and then we go western parts of worcester county, where yes we are getting our first signs of some snowflakes trying to mix in here around brookfield and charlton, along the pike, toward springfield, a better chance to run into some of those flakes. the road temperatures are warm
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warm enough to melt, in the berkshires in the mountains of vermont where we're getting plenty of snow this morning. great news for skiers upstate new york. winter storm warning in affect for the mountains. let's track this here with future cast. this is 3:00 today, you'll see where that better chance for some snowflakes will be. higher terrains of worcester county mixing, meanwhile eastern mass. too warm for any flakes. but tonight continues to spin around. warm pressure swirling around to our north. periods of rain and possibly mixing or changing over to snow. that's the case on the morning drive tomorrow. again, most of us will be dry. but with this kind of wind coming around low pressure, we may see a few spotty snow showers try to make their way in the morning commute tomorrow. we do brighten up later this week. but it's going to be a blustery start to the week but lots of clouds around.
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yeah, not going to be a big deal. we could get a coating to an inch in the northwestern hills. that's about the only place where anything -- about an inch or better would be even possible. over the east coast, just a few flakes in the sky. maybe a coating on the grass if we could get cold enough overnight. cloudy in boston. wind chills 42. wind chills not a big story yet. but it will be in the morning. in fact, we'll be waking up to wind chills in the teens. look at the wind gusts right hour along to the south coast. those spreading northward. we'll see gusts at 50 miles an hour today and into tomorrow as well. so a good shot of wind around here. we're monitoring trees and power lines. there are the numbers today. we're just stuck where we are. not going to be able to warm up much. waking up tomorrow, lower 40s and upper 30s. and feels like the mid and upper
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morning. tuesday, it's dry and little brighter. wednesday looks good, just cold in the morning. on thursday, our next weather maker coming to shore over the next couple of days on the pacific northwest, we'll be watching how that could impact our thanksgiving. >> developing this morning, police in northborough, on the hunt for a pair of suspects in the early morning chase. two got away on foot after crashing their car into a house. we'll tell you the one thing that may have prevented the people sleeping inside from being seriously soccer team is celebrating a major win this weekend.
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>> heather: it is 7:55 now. and the nauset high school soccer team celebrating the perfect ending to a perfect season. they are the new division 2 state champions and beat out mess stano, ma'am met high school yesterday. the game of a nail biter after never letting a goal in all season. that streak came to an end when
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goalie. it doesn't matter. they earned their third straight title since 1969. their current coach was on the last winning team. >> it's absolutely incredible. who cares, giving up the one goal, we won the game. >> it truly is a family affair. coach mccully's son, scored both goals. that makes him one goal shy of the have upheld for the past 7 years. the mccully has one more year to try to best the dad, though. a little rivalry within the family. congratulations. >> jason: coming up, the dangerous loop hole that may be putting children on the bus ride to school in danger. the new rule aimed at school bus drivers. >> jason brewer: a mix of rain in western worcester county. you can see how the radar is matching up with the ground reports right now. show you where else, rain and
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>> jason brewer: right now on fox 25 morning news, storm tracker tracking rain and snow. how much to expect this weekend coming up. >> reporter: a family without a place to stay after a stolen suv front door. i'm live with the latest on the search for the two suspects who ran away. >> heather: tragedy at a construction site. >> one moment everything is fine. the next it's not. >> heather: the freak accident that took a young father's life. >> jason: and smiles, handshakes and a thumbs up. the president-elect and one of his fiercest critics making nice. the decision we're waiting to hear this weekend. >> complete new england coverage starts right now.
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everybody, welcome back. it's now 8:00 on november 20th. i'm jason law. >> heather: i'm heather hegedus. it's windy out there in our part of the state. it's nothing compared to what we're dealing with western mass. and worcester county. >> jason: stephanie coueignoux is bundled up. >> heather: jason you had your first report of a wintery mix in worcester county area. >> jason brewer: so good to have the reporters on the ground. you see it still have your doubts. but right now you can see how it's matching up with the flip over to some snow. the heavier showers moved out. just spotty light rain in a few snowflakes. certainly a coating possible on the grassy areas here. from athol to barre, ware, worcester, spencer, possibly as far east as spencer, there's peters ham. some of these areas will have a
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southern new hampshire, this is future cast at 4:00. where you see that better chance for the coldest air is north and west. now the winds will be strong and they'll be cold. we could start to drag a couple of snow showers all the way to the east coast of massachusetts into the night tonight. more on the rest of the weekend and the wind coming up. >> this morning, osha is investigating a terrible accident in duxbury. a man killed by the saw he was using when it kicked back and hit him in the neck. reporting this morning the coworkers trying to stop the bleeding and save his life. >> we did everything we could. >> reporter: workers shocked and upset as own sha investigates the tragic construction site in duxbury on saturday afternoon. >> he was unconscious. he was still breathing. there was a lot of blood. >> reporter: the cut off saw involved in the accident lay at the bottom of the trench that another worker, sam romanelli, had been in. helping the victim lay a water
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>> he was cutting an iron pipe down in the hole there. and the saw kicked back at him. and cut him in the throat. we tried to apply pressure. we tried to keep him up right. >> reporter: first responders carried the victim who had been working for a private local company, out of the trench and into an ambulance. >> the coworkers did great work with what they had, obviously. obviously work in doing the best they could to control bleeding and maintain airway and transport to the hospital. >> reporter: despite their efforts by early saturday night police had confirmed he had died. romanelli said he was an experienced worker and a father. >> two kids. kids were here. >> reporter: as the investigation continues, construction crews pray for his family. >> one moment everything is fine. the next, you know, it's not.
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>> reporter: christine mccarthy, fox 25 news. >> jason: thankfully the victim's children were at the construction site but were not close to their father. we did reach out to the construction working on the project. the company was or wig. >> heather: just 8:04 now. the officers saw joseph demaio common while on patrol friday night. while talking to him, they found out he had a warrant for his arrest out of connecticut. so police say he violently fought back when officers tried to take him into custody. demaio will head to boston court with assaults on a police officer before before he answers to charges in connecticut. those injured officers were treated and released from the hospital. >> jason: this morning, the driver accused in this hit and run crash in chelsea has been arrested. we showed you this surveillance
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running into a 72-year-old woman and leaving the scene. now to helpful tips this weekend, police were able to identify 25-year-old arnold hernandez as the driver which happened on fourth and broadway yesterday morning. they picked him up yesterday in revere. now he's facing several charges none of which his wife knew about when we talked about yesterday. >> he's a very good person. i had no idea. we're just separated. but i had no idea what took life. >> jason: hernandez will appear tomorrow morning in court. the woman who was hit will be okay. >> heather: a 17-year-old accused of driving a truck with the owner of the truck hanging outside of the driver's door. stay with me on this one. police officers are responding to an apartment on eastern avenue in worcester yesterday for an assault and battery report. when they got close, that's when they noticed that truck and that man hanging on. his arm wedged in the window and driver speeding down hopper street, swerving side to side, nearly running that man into
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eventually that man fell off. the driver got out at that point. he ran off, leaving the truck in gear, but obviously, officers were able to track that 17-year-old down. they took him into custody after a pretty violent fight. that 17-year-old facing a dozen charges this morning. >> jason: also developing this morning, police right now searching for two people who they say stole a car and crashed into a house. >> heather: fox 25 stephanie coueignoux is live for us in northborough. stephanie, they were chasing that car before it crashed? an update from mass. state police within the last 15 minutes. they've now suspended are -- their search for the suspects. but they're looking into history of the two individuals. they did suspend that chase after the suv got off of the highway. a short time later, they encountered this situation. i do want to show you some photos from the homeowner's son. you can see in these photos that black suv partially wedged
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street. now, earlier this morning, i spoke to the homeowner who told me the impact of this crash was so big that the front door was actually barricaded shut. again, thankfully no one was hurt. but you can imagine, this was an incredibly scary situation. because every was sleeping at the time. they woke up just before 1:00 this morning to that incredible sound and they found that suv stuck in their front door. >> it was amazing. they sd way we have this little deck here, that if that was not here, the car would've went in through the house. >> reporter: now police say the two people who were inside of the suv ran away. they used a search this morning using canine dogs. however, they weren't able to locate those suspects. now they've suspended that search. they're still continuing to investigate the history of those
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that house is now unsafe to live in. but coming up in 30 minutes, the argument the homeowner's son heard between those two suspects before they ran away. in northborough, stephanie coueignoux fox 25 news. >> jason: all right, stephanie we'll see you then. happening today, president-elect donald trump will continue to meet with candidates to fill the open spots in his cabinet and other white house positions. former new york city mayor rudy giuliani and new jersey governor chris christie were at the private golf cours minister new jersey. christy being considered for a position in homeland security and julian knee up for the secretary of state. mitt romney and vp mike pence and donald trump meeting him at the front door, displaying none of the hostility. they spoke for an hour and on the way out, they shook hands and he had this to say to reporters.
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conversation with regards to the various theaters in the world where there are interests of the united states of real significance. and appreciate the chance to speak with the president-elect. and look forward to the coming administration. >> jason: clearly a sharp turn around from all of the words that were issued during the campaign where romney at one point called trump a phony and falled. trump had similar disparaging remarks forly romney, saying he was a stone cold loser. no one will meanwhile, president-elect demands an apology from the cast of hamilton. we showed you this video of what happened to the soon to be vice-president when he attended the show friday night. at the end of the show, the cast spoke directly about the booing, telling the audience not to jeer, but also telling pence about their fears for the new
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of hamilton and repeated that more than an hour ago with this tweet, writing the cast and producers of hamilton, which i hear is highly overrated should immediately apologize to mike pence for their terrible behavior. >> heather: this morning, we're investigating after a swastika found on a bathroom wall at holy cross in worcester. it was found on thursday, but not sure how long it had been there for before it was discovered. now released a statement, calling it a asking for an investigation, telling students, quote, words, symbols and actions used to hurt another students right to exist hold a power that cannot be underestimated. and the topic of race and healing racial tensions taking center stage in boston this weekend. >> reporter: more than 1,000 people of all races attending the racial event by mayor marty walsh in at the cutler majestic theatre.
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of america. that's what this is about. >> reporter: mayor marty walsh promising in the next year conversations about racism will go into every neighborhood in boston. >> these conversations will go from roxbury to west roxbury to brighton and mattapan and every single neighborhood in between. that's what we need to do. >> reporter: people took part in an open mic session with q and a with the mayor: among those addressing the crowds, several students, who say breaking down stereo types is just t >> so i ask all of us to take a step back and open our minds. we must understand that we come from different cultures, but we are one race. we are the human race. >> reporter: yesterday was the first in a yearlong race discussion. >> it's not like we're building a foundation where we can see the foundation going in and steel going up and it being topped off and the completion of it. i think by having these dialogues one of the in bements will, how many people come out of for the dialogues in the
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>> heather: they say they'll do it again in a year from now to discuss hopefully progress that's been made. >> jason: already week 11 in the nfl and the patriots out west today taking on the dreadful san francisco 49ers. new england coming off of their saturday night loss to the sea hawks. the big news rob gronkowski out of the game suffering the sternum injury. we know san francisco is not very good. the 49ers 29th in look for collin capper nick and company to try and run the ball this afternoon. kick off 4:25. >> heather: recreational marijuana will become legal in massachusetts in less than a month now. but maybe not for everyone. coming up, we'll tell you of the two groups of civil servants who might not be allowed to light up. >> jason: plus the dangerous loop hole may be putting kids who take the bus to school in danger. next the new orders from the governor aimed at school bus drivers. >> jason brewer: and the heavy
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send us your picks, fox 25 on twitter. heather, jason law, anybody here will take them from you. we're looking out for a few flakes this morning. a brand new look at storm tracker radar and future cast to show you where they're headed next coming up. >> all right. see you soon. this weekend, statewide changes after fox 25 investigates exposed a dangerous blind spot in the system that licenses school bus drivers. investigative reporter, eric rasmussen reports on new orders from the governor's office to get bus drivers away from kids as soon as t serious crimes. >> governor baker told me he wanted to see changes. that was back in september one day after we showed how a bus driver kept his license after he was charged with a serious crime against a child. so we followed up last week. and now fox 25 has obtained a memo to all law enforcement seeking a fix. >> is there anything you want to say? >> absolutely not. >> reporter: no longer a school bus driver in garner, highlight
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"fox 25 investigates" after he was arrested for a 12-year-old girl with autism in a neighboring town, department of public utilities which licenses all bus drivers in the state never suspended his bus license. that 12-year-old girl didn't ride his bus and chaseson pleaded not guilty. but it was enough to get the attention of governor baker after the fox 25 report. >> frankly the report raised an important element in the >> reporter: baker concerned the state could only track convictions and had no way to monitor an arrest of bus drivers in real-time. after "fox 25 investigates" followed up last week, the state sent out this bulletin asking them to report all arrests of school bus drivers to the rmv their license could be suspended while charges are pending. >> we're talking about protecting children. there should be no delay.
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>> there's no boss on the boss to make sure the driver isn't molesting the children. the least we can do to give an adult that kind of access to kids, is take immediate action when they get caught. >> reporter: the governor's office tells us the rmv is working on an automatic notification system to term permanently fix this loop hole. that may not be available until next year. for "fox 25 investigates" i'm eric rasmussen >> all right. getting a brand new update on the radar. the brand new rain moved out. now that it's out of southern new hampshire, moving northward, but behind low pressure, cold air is now starting to take over. and we have temperatures in the mid 30s in western worcester county where a few flakes are ming.
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snowflakes weather watch report from west warren mass. where the flakes are coming down. peters ham over to barre. send them over, the flakes should be in the air, verifying that rain changing over to snowflakes. there's spencer, anywhere west of the town of worcester. we've been watching out for the potential this morning. and around southbridge as well. certainly could see a few flake the s thes sky. vermont, western mass under winter storm warnings. highest amounts in the mountains possible. future cast low pressure swirling just to our north into the day today. so around the backside of that. it's windy. and it's going to get older. and left over snow showers favoring the highest hills appeared the mountains. the cold air coming in from the
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higher hills out to the west and northern worcester county. it's really going to be tonight when the cold air gets deep enough everywhere where a few flakes could get all the way over to the east coast. there's plenty of dry times as well. so we're not dealing with rain all day by any stretch. just blustery and gray. watching out for a couple of snow showers tonight and into tomorrow morning by monday afternoon. we're drying out. and should start to turn the corner and brighten things up, especially on tu 48 degrees. wind chill 42 right now. i'm pointing that out, waking up tomorrow morning with shiri. she'll show you wind chills in the 20s we're starting on monday with a big dip. temperatures just fell in worcester. that cold air is wrapping in and as forecasted that's where we see a change over to a couple of flakes. still 50 in fitchburg. so you see that front coming right through western and
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winds out of the south and southwest, gusting to 25 to 35 miles an hour. and a wind advisory is posted. we've already had one wind gust to 50 reported at woods hole. that -- that continued concern today and tomorrow. winds gusting near 50 miles an hour. could see tree and power lines damagedful we'll be monitor that. meantime, high in boston, 54 degrees. temperatures steady or falling throughout the rest of the afternoon. overnight, upp and those wind gusts will be a concern with the wind chill in the teens as you wake up in the morning. we'll show you those in your neighborhood in the next half hour, you do see the seven-day forecast is going to be brightening up. slowly but surely on tuesday. wednesday looks pretty good too. thursday, our next weather maker, we'll have more info on that tomorrow as that storm comes ashore. >> heather: all right, jason. get ready. a local navy vet who fought
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>> jason: s.w.a.t. teams and firefighters swarming downtown new bedford. they joined emergency crews to practice an active shooter scenario in the courthouse. >> heather: it's all part of the new program being adopted by law enforcement across massachusetts massachusetts. >> reporter: in a worse case scenario, what would you do? massachusetts wants to make sure its emergency responders and court staff are prepared for the worse. >> special response team trains from three to four times a month. but this is the first one in the courthouse. >> reporter: the trial court started the program last year. fall river the site of the first drill. new bedford, the second city to
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around the country there is a shooting at a court facility somewhere in the nation. while we think this is a really -- it's a low probability event, it's one with high consequences. >> reporter: about 80 court employees volunteered to assist with saturday's drill. participating and learning so they could bring the lessons back to their respective courthouses. >> lock down, inform, counter and invade. it's like the much run hide fight pro >> reporter: in the past few years the massachusetts only identified one active shooter in massachusetts. though many argued situations becoming more and more common. >> we're seeing more and more of it on a daily basis. it's not just schools, it's malls shopping centers, it's movie cinemas, it's anywhere. so we need to be prepared. >> that was julie reporting in new bedford for us this morning. five more trainings are being scheduled right now for all across the state for next year. there's going to be an emphasis
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the boston metro area. >> all right. low pressure bringing the heavier rain. right now that's moving out. but snow showers moving in behind that as cold air takes over. a timeline on what to expect for your sunday, coming up. >> a stolen suv crashed be noisy. be silent. be near. be far. be joyful. be together. celebrate joy with dunkin's holiday-flavored coffees,
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jason, you've been watching this closely. and you've had some viewers report that they're seeing snow on the ground. >> jason brewer: yeah, changes over in western worcester county. and i'm watching this low pressure system come through and wrap that cold air behind it now. yeah, the change over to snowflakes in worcester county as planned. athol, barre, west of worcester proper, lester, spencer over toward north brookfield, likely not sticking on the road. road temperatures are too warm for that to be a problem. watch out, through noontime, you'll have a couple of left over snow showers. most of us will stay dry for the rest of the day. but as air gets colder and we have those winds coming in out of the west we may see a few snow showers all the way over to the east coast of massachusetts later tonight and on into early monday. wind already a big problem.
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miles an hour. more on that coming up. >> heather: developing this morning, in the last hour, police suspended a search for a pair of suspects involved in a police chase in north attleboro. they abandoned their car and got away on foot after their car drove into a home. >> jason: it happened just after 1:00 on hudson street, no one inside of the house was hurt. that's the good news. stephanie coueignoux is live at the police station this morning. stephanie, police called off their chase shortly before that pursuing this allegedly stolen suv after it was speeding down 290. but they stopped that chase after it got off of the highway. however, a trooper found it again, partially stuck inside a home. and i want to show you some video of just after that happened. these were given to me by the homeowner's son. this is a house on hudson street. in these photos you can see the black suv sticking out of the front door. thankfully nobody was hurt but
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was so bad they now have to find a new place to stay. what's so heartbreaking is they might have to actually split up the family while they wait for their home to be fixed just days before thanksgiving. the homeowner's son was the first person up and ran down the stairs. he overheard the two suspects arguing before they ran off. >> one of them said that they should stay, it was an accident they should stay and deal got to go, we've got to go, and they ran. >> reporter: susan told me that right behind their house is a river, a very swampy area. she says that she believes it would be difficult for those suspects to get very far if that's the way they ran off. now, mass. state police have suspended are this search. they are continuing their follow up investigation. i also asked them where this apparent suv was stolen from.
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what actually prevented that suv from crashing right through that home. in northborough, stephanie coueignoux fox 25 news. >> jason: a peabody man out on bail this weekend accused of yelling racial slurs and trying to pick a fight at a traffic light. 28-year-old ryan mccarthy was a passenger in a car that was beeped at. mccarthy is accused of getting out of the car and shouting at the other driver. during his arraignment, mccarthy pleaded not guilty to civil ri the victim. the driver, an african american man, told police he is afraid mccarthy will find out where he lives. mccarthy due in court in january. >> heather: an investigation into the death of a kayaker. that man's body found at a beach off of channel street in hull yesterday morning. that kayaker now identified as 55-year-old douglas king from weymouth. originally it took hours for police to figure out his name because he didn't have any identification on him. officials tell fox 25 that is
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hoping to get some new rules in place for rental companies who rent to people who might be out on the waters by next summer. >> questions you have to ask, can you swim? do you know where you are? do you know the wind conditions this afternoon? before they're put in a situation where they're off shore and drown or need to be rescued. >> heather: at this point, it's not clear exactly how king died because he was wearing a life jacket when he was found. >> jason: fox 25 continues to follow the aftermath of the the law goes into effect next month. and now police and fire departments are reassessing their own policies for their employees. in massachusetts, there's already a law on the books that prevents officers and firefighters from smoking tobacco. well, the patriot ledger reports this weekend that police and fire departments across the state are making it clear to their men and women that they have zero tolerance for marijuana use. one lawyer, though, tells the paper the unions will likely fight any department that tries
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question 4 becomes legal make sure you know how it works. log on to fox25boston.com for complete coverage of the rules and regulations. >> heather: a new athletic field has been dedicated amidst controversy. >> jason: the reason dating back decades not everyone is celebrating north quincy high's newest addition. >> heather: plus we'll talk about the pats and looking for redemption after last week disappointing loss. our butch stearns in san francisco this week. and he'll have a look at the
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>> heather: north quincy high school celebrating its newest field. creeden field honored yesterday
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for some people it only bridges to mind, lawrence creed don who was the superintendent of the schools back in the 1980s, he resigned in 1984 amid accusations he inappropriately touched students. he was never charged but he pled guilty to another case involving a homeless woman. we have that story on our website, log on to fox25boston.com to learn why the mayor is standing by the name and chance to sound off. >> jason: patriots take on the 49ers today looking to bounce back after losing one at home last weekend. butch stearns has a look at how the team is preparing in san francisco this morning. >> reporter: it's bounce back week for the patriots after lose to go seattle at home last week, they're looking to rebound against the 1 in 8 san francisco 49ers and doing so a belichick and tom brady rarity, back to
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since 2003. in fact, the patriots are 41 and 6 in regular season games after a loss. but the patriots had to travel all the way across the country for this game. a lot is made about how tough it is for west coast games to come east to win. what about east coast teams coming west. the patriots have interesting thoughts on whether that's a good thing or bad thing. >> when we touchdown, i try to put my body block on wherever, wherever we are. and get your rest all week. >> i've always thought we gain a couple of hours of sleep so it's like, you wake up wherever you are on the west coast. we're juiced up. you've got an extra hour, two hours of sleep. so i've always found it funny going west. >> the reason we're going out there is to play football games there's nothing more than important than that. it's easy to compartmentalize in my 17th year. i've been through a different things with the games over the years, travel different places with friends and so forth.
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>> for tom brady it will be the first time he's played in front of hometown fans here in san francisco in his career. he will be without rob gronkowski and consider us hogan in this game. surprisingly, john ball sheered will not play either. >> heather: we'll tell of the major show of support those young parents say
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>> jason brewer: i'm watching the snow showers that have moved into parts of worcester county. a closer look at these and where else you can see a snow flake or two coming up this weekend. >> heather: all right. we'll keep checking back with you jason. in the meantime, friends and family are trying to raise money to try to send a world war ii veteran to the 75th anniversary of pearl harbor. fox 25 kathryn burcham had the honor of speaking with that veteran.
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hamilton's blood. and when pearl harbor happened, the cause was burned on his heart. >> reporter: on that day, he was aboard the uss bennett. lanneding the guns as a hot caseman when the bombs came raging down sinking the uss calhoun and bush. >> we were lucky. when the plane came in it had two bombs and lost a bomb on its left wing. that would've hit our steaming barllorand we woul >> reporter: it was one of many close calls during world war ii. at home waiting his bride who he met on revere beach. >> the letters was what kept you going. you wrote almost every day. >> reporter: decades later, ed has a new pen paul, a fourth grader named dominic who lives in hawaii and can't get enough of ed's war stories. these two plan to meet for the first time now. >> because so many of the guys can't go.
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>> reporter: family and friends started a go under fupd me page to fly ed to hawaii for pearl harbor's 75th anniversary on his first night there he plans to have dinner with dominic a member of the generation touched by the youngest. he says he will be there no matter what. >> last year, there was a 100 years old guy there. 100 years old. played taps at the well on a harmonic ca. now, if he's 100 and can i'm -- nothing will stop me. i'll go. >> reporter: in south boston, i'm kathryn burcham, fox 25 news. >> now your local forecast from meteorologist jason brewer and the fox 25 storm tracker weather team. >> good morning, tracking the heavy rain out of here. now the snow showers behind it across parts of central mass. let me show you the rain totals we've all got rain. everyone reporting measurable
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news. worcester, the big winner there. third of an inch, nashua as well. and generally a few .10s to maybe .10 of an inch or maybe better across eastern mass. this morning. now we turn our attention to a future snowflakes. air cold enough. low pressure swirling through with spots coming by. now snowflakes in western county. winchen ten, warwick. coming down. holden, auburn, brookfield, these are some of the spots, leicester and spencer, some accumulation in the sky. road temperature too warm. not concerned of travel with that. you might get just enough for the snow showers to come through today to vut a dote coating on the grass or maybe the car. there's noon. most areas are dry.
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southern new hampshire a better chance for spotty showers through lunchtime. still a few flakes. keene, orange and even worcester, right through the afternoon. and look at the temperatures, they're not moving much. just going to be in the 30s and 40s, area wide for the afternoon. then tonight, we start to really get cold with upper 20s and lower 30s. and with the wind factored in, it's going to feel even colder like the teens waking up tomorrow. still a few left over snow showers and they could affect even state by tomorrow morning as well. right now you see the drizzle on the lens, it's 44 degrees, down 4 degrees from where we started. wind chill at 35 because the southwest wind is picking up at 24 miles an hour. look at these numbers out ahead of the front. portsmouth and lawrence both at 50 degrees. look at worcester now. at 33. at the airport about a 1,000 feet up. the cold air marching right across the center of our state right now.
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miles an hour. let me flip the gusts on. 33 bedford. 35 chatham and nantucket. we've got a wind advisory kicking in later here this morning right through tonight and through tomorrow. for wind gusts of 50 miles an hour. trees power lines, we're monitoring that situation right through tomorrow. really, tuesday looks very breezy as well. wind dust gusts 30, 40 miles an hour. not only today but still the potential into tonight. tomorrow, not blustery around here. the wind chill will come along with it. when you get started tomorrow morning, it will feel like the teens in a lot of locations away from the protected areas. so your seven-day forecast, there's your monday, still blustery, the slight chance of a morning snow shower. tuesday is dry. cold, though, and breezy. wednesday looks like the pick day right now. because thanksgiving day, we could be dealing with another weather maker. it's not on shore in the
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in the next 48 hours. >> police in northborough on the hunt for suspects in an early morning chase. the two got away after crashing their car into a house. the one thing that may have prevented the people sleeping
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>> jason: 8:53. new england aquarium made a discovery of a sea turtle with only one lung. checked for pneumonia and hypothermia. one lunged sea teerlths biologists say are extremely rare. he has a good prognosis and will eventually be released back into the ocean. >> heather: hope the little guy gets well soon. the nauset high school soccer team celebrates the perfect ending to the perfect season. they are the new division two champions. they beat out mass cono, ma'am
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letting in no goals all season, that came to an end when masco mocked one passed the goalie. it didn't matter, because they ended up winning. their current head coach was on the winning team back in 1979. >> this is absolutely incredible. and then giving up our first goal in the championship, who cares? we won the game. that's what matters. >> heather: who cares in coach mc that makes him one goal shy of the record which his father held for the last 37 years. his father still holds the record. but the younger mccully has one more year to best his dad. a little family rivalry right there. >> jason: concerns this weekend for religious extremism popping up in local prisons. the reports being used to preach jihad. the reason they say there's no reason to be alarmed.
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>> j how much to expect this weekend, coming up. >> reporter: a family without a place to stay after a stolen suv crashed right through their front door. i'm live with the latest on this search for the two suspects who ran away. >> heather: tragedy at a construction site. >> one moment everything is fine. the next, you know, it's not. >> heather: the freak accident that took a young father's life. >> jason: handshakes, smiles and a thumb's up. the president-elect and one of his fiercest critics making
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hear this weekend. >> heather: good sunday morning to you. and it is a soggy one in this part of the state. thanks so much for waking up with fox 25 morning news. it's 9:00 a.m. on november 20th. i'm heather hegedus. yes. and i'm jason law. we've been talking snow to our west. rain and wind temperatures out there. things changing. for the latest, we'll go over to jason brewer in the >> i feel like thanksgiving all of a sudden after nice sunshine yesterday. today, blustery, cloudy, steadier rain out of here. now the spotty snow showers on the backside of low pressure and a strong cold front moving through. anywhere from keene to richmond, athol watching out for a few snowflakes through the skies in peters ham, barre, wrapping up in spencer and leicester right now. through noontime, continue to
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no accumulation. roads too warm for a travel concern. there will be the risk for more showering popping up throughout the day. a dreary day. conditions in the upper 30s and lower 40s as we get to 6:00 and 7:00 tonight. it's going to feel colder because the winds are already gusting to 50 miles per hour in a few spots. particularly the south coast already. that's going to be a concern right through the start of the workweek. i've got more on the radar and what to expect as far >> jason: developing this hour right now the police have called off of the active she was for two people who stole a car and crashed into a home this morning. >> heather: this as the investigation continues. fox 25 stephanie coueignoux joins us live from the northborough police department. and state police were chasing that car a few moments before the crash happened, stephanie? >> reporter: yeah, they say it was speeding down 290. however, they stopped their
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highway. a little while later they found it crashed into a home on hudson street. we'll show you photos that the homeowner took after it happened. in the photos you can see the suv right there in the middle of the home. now, i spoke with the homeowner who told me the impact of this crash was so big the front door was actually barricaded shut. thankfully no one was hurt but as you can imagine everyone was sleeping when this happened. so there was an on. they rushed downstairs and they found that suv stuck right through their front door. >> it was amazing. they said that because of the way we have this little deck here, that if that was not here, the car would've went in through the house. >> reporter: unbelievable. now the home, we're being told is structurally unsafe. unfortunately, just days before thanksgiving, this family is now going to have to find a new place to stay. police did search for the
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off of that search. they're now analyzing that suv for evidence. and coming up in 30 minutes, what the homeowner's son says that he overheard the two suspects arguing about, right before they ran away. in northborough, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> jason: this morning, osha continues to investigate a terrible accident in duxbury a man killed by the saw he was using when it kicked back and hit him in the neck. fox 25 christine mccarthy reports this morning, the man's coworkers despera stop the bleeding and save that man's life. >> we did everything that we could. >> reporter: workers shocked and upset as osha investigates the tragic construction accident in duxbury saturday afternoon. >> he was unconscious. he was still breathing. there was a lot of blood. >> reporter: the cut off saw involved in the accident lay at the bottom of the trench that another worker, sam romanelli, had been in, helping the victim lay a new water line for a new
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pipe in the hole there. and the saw kicked back at him. and cut him. and in the throat. we tried to apply pressure. we tried to keep him up right. >> reporter: first responders carried the victim who had been working for a private local company out of the trench and into an ambulance. >> the coworkers did great work with what they had, obviously. paramedics did great work. and doing the best they could to control bleeding and and transport to the hospital. >> reporter: but despite their efforts by early saturday night, police had confirmed he had died. romanelli said he was an experienced worker and a father. >> two kids. kids were here. >> reporter: as the investigation continues, construction crews pray for his family. >> one moment everything is fine. the next, you know, it's not. so people should value life.
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>> jason: we can tell you thankfully the victim's children while at the construction site were not close to their father when the accident happened. so far his name has not been released this weekend. we tried to reach out to the local company working on that project. the fire department tells us it is or wig. right now it's not clear if he works for that company or another company that may have been subcontracted. >> heather: so tragic. two boston police officers were hurt while trying to arrest a man on the boston common this weekend. the off was smoking which is illegal on the common and they saw him on patrol friday night while talking to him, they discovered a warrant out for his arrest out of connecticut. police say he violently fought back when they tried to get him into custody. they did eventually get him into custody. now demaio will head to a boston court for charges on assault on a police officer before he can answer to charges in connecticut. the officers were treated and
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accused in the hit and run we told you about yesterday morning on the fox 25 morning news a hit and run crash in chelsea that driver has now been arrested. we showed you the surveillance video showing the man running into a 72-year-old woman and then driving off. well, now, thanks to helpful tips, police have identified 25-year-old arnold hernandez as the driver of the hit and run on broadway and fourth street friday morning. they picked him up yesterday in revere and facing several tomorrow. the good news is the woman who was hit is okay. >> jason: happening today, president-elect donald trump will continue meeting with candidates to fill all of the open spots in his cabinet and other white house positions. former new york city mayor rudy giuliani and new jersey governor chris christie at the private golf club in new jersey. reports christy being considered for a position with homeland security and giuliani as secretary of state.
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former massachusetts governor mitt romney. they greeted him at the front door yesterday showing no hostility and friction that we saw during the campaign. they spoke for more than an hour and on the way out they shook hands. a sharp turn around from the campaign where they called each other names add disparaging remarks. still no word this morning on whether or not he was offered a position. that anticipated meeting was the first of many for donald trump. democrat michelle rhee met with trump and pence yester d.c. schools and a candidate for the education secretary. later in the day he met with retired general james mattis. he served four decades in the marine corps and also head of central command overseeing all operations in iraq and afghanistan. if nominated and approved mattis would be the highest defense secretary in more than a half century. in the meantime, president-elected continues to demand an apology from the broadway's hamilton.
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happened to the of soon to be vice-president when he attended a show in new york city. >> [ booing ]. >> jason: a lot of boos from the crowd at the end of the show, the cast spoke directly about the incident. telling the audience not to jeer. but also telling pence about their fears for the new administration. donald trump first called for an apology yesterday morning from the cast of hamilton and repeatedly the demand earlier this morning with the cast of hamilton, which i hear is highly overrated, should immediately apologize to mike pence for their terrible behavior. >> heather: back home. police are investigating a swastika painted on the bathroom at holy cross in worcester. they're not sure how long it's been there for. the college president released a statement in reaction calling it a hate crime asking for an investigation, telling students,
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actions used to question another human's right to exist hold a power that cannot be underestimated. the topic of race and healing racial discussions took place in boston earlier this weekend. >> reporter: more than 1,000 people of all races attending the racial events hosted by mayor marty walsh. the cutler majestic theatre. >> this is the right conversation to have at the right time in the right city of the united states of america. that's what this is all >> reporter: mayor marty walsh promising that the next year conversations of racism will go into every neighborhood in boston. >> these conversations will go to roxbury to west roxbury to brighton and mattapan and every single neighborhood in between. that's what we need to do. >> reporter: people took part in an open mic session with a q and a with the mayor. >> the issue of race creates so much emotion. >> reporter: among those addressing the crowd, several students who say breaking down stereo types is just the first step. >> so i ask all of us to take a
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from different cultures but we are one race. we are the human race. >> reporter: yesterday was the first in a yearlong race discussion. >> it's not like we're building a building where we can see the foundation going in and steel going up and it being topped off and then the completion of it. i think, you know, by having these dialogues i think one of the measurements will be how many people come out for the different dialogues and the different areas of the city. >> reporter: mayor marty walsh says they're going to do it again a year from now and hopefully at that point been made. recreational marijuana is becoming legal in massachusetts in less than a month. but maybe not for everyone. coming up we'll tell you of two groups of civil servants who might not be allowed to light up. >> jason: plus concerns political extremism could be popping up in local prisons. the reason officials are telling us there's no reason to worry. >> jason brewer: i've been
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>> jason: all right. a dreary day out there. beginning to see blustery winds. even some snow showers have made
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worcester county right on cue here. we're not quite finished with this winter weather situation. i'll have more on that straight ahead. >> jason: this weekend, "fox 25 investigates"s exposes concerns of islamic extremism behind local prison bars. eric rasmussen has learned six inmates are currently being investigated at norfolk. >> reporter: behind the walls at mci norfolk, talk of jihad and siri law. fox 25 investigates confirmed six inmates facing discipline for setting up a structure of power over other inmates requiring uniforms and contracts of allegiance. >> you want to begin to look for example at their phone calls. you want to look at the records of who is accepting money to their accounts. >> reporter: professor martin horn once led new york city's department of corrections setting up an intelligence
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he spoke with fox 25 on skype. >> if one were going to try to recruit individuals to engage in the kinds of terrorist activities that most concern us, what better place to look for recruits than inside of a prison. >> reporter: at mci norfolk they used recording from al qaeda recruiter to preach jihad to members of the prison. at the st of corrections said, the jihad being preached was in the struggle as opposed to a war against nonbelievers. a spokesperson said there's no evidence that their unauthorized activities were being used as a recruiting tool for any extremist ideology. but officer horn says there's good reason to investigate. >> they're coming out. we know from several experiences
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on the outside. >> reporter: now the doc confirms it consulted with federal law enforcement on this investigation but says it found nothing illegal. the 6 medium security inmates not identified are still facing discipline, though, because prison rules forbid setting up any kind of hierarchy like a gang regardless of religion. for "fox 25 investigates" i'm eric rasmussen. >> heather: new england's unsolved a killer. just last week we showed you how some technology is providing new clues into the murders of a young woman and three children in new hampshire. and now a former fbi profilers is trying to unlock who their killer could be. >> the purpose was not to injure. not to scare but to kill. so the intent was to kill these people. >> heather: the victims bodies were found stuffed into barrels and left in the woods. and their identities remain a mystery to date.
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ward will be travelling to virginia to learn who could've committed this crime and why a location in allenes town may hold a vital clue. >> jason: heather and i were talking about christmas present shopping if you don't start now, you almost fall behind. faneuil hall christmas tree ringing in the christmas spirit. 330,000led lights on that sucker. that is a big tree. lit up for the holiday season. get down and check it out if can. meanwhile today the rain for the most part kind of moving out of our area, just going to be dreary today. >> heather: there is some snow in some parts of the state which makes you think of christmas, right? >> jason brewer: yeah, very white in parts of southern vermont, a few flakes in worcester county. still ground temperatures too warm for that to be sticking or creating any kind of problem. look at that cold coming in now, there goes the rain on the top of your screen. now the cold air wrapping in
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snowflakes here in parts of southern new hampshire and western worcester county. so anywhere from keene to fits william, over to winchendon athol, royalston, some of the community seeing flakes in the air. report from warren mass. of the snow changing over from rain to snow. there's barre, holden, the west side of worcester, a couple of flakes in the air. again, nothing accumulating. but nevertheless, we get the idea it is cold and blustery. here's a look. low pressure. going to be over the next couple of days. and that is going to allow those very blustery, cold winds out of the west to take over. there's a little bit of lift in the atmosphere to produce a spotty shower at any time. and with the air cold enough, yeah, some of those showers could certainly be snow showers, the better chance for that with the coldest air will be into the night tonight. sunday, 8:30 p.m. notice where the better chance is for accumulating snow. it will, in the mountains and the higher terrain of worcester
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morning. but as we get into monday morning time, it's just going to be windy and cold. i think that's the much bigger story. even if you see a few flakes all the way over to the east side of our state. there's monday afternoon, mostly cloudy skies, blustery conditions and maybe a left over flurry into the afternoon. but most of that looks to wrap up early in the day. right now it's cloudy, it's 41, look at the winds they're out of the southwest at 25 miles an hour sustained. so that gives us a wind chill of 31. boston since i first took the air this morning. temperatures down to 34 in worcester, mid 30s, keene, orange. the cold pockets right there. the winds are a big story already. 40 worcester, 41 hyannis. we're already getting very strong wind gusts this morning. and we're only going to increase through the rest of the day. wind advisory, late sunday through monday.
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watching trees and power lines. really tonight those winds aren't going to taper down much. so we'll have wind chills to deal with as gusty winds in the morning will be running 30 to 40 miles an hour as we start our monday morning drive time. yikes. all right. layer up. afternoon numbers. kind of what you see is what you get. we'll be falling from here. into the upper 20s and lower 30s overnight tonight. there are those wind i will which is wanted to show those. forecast in the teens and 20s morning drive. there's tuesday. another chilly morning. it's breezy but some sun. 44 degrees. wednesday, the winds finally calmer. then we have this low pressure system coming in from the west. the exact track and strength certainly way uncertain at this point. we have to wait until at least monday before we start to get better information on that storm. stay tuned sarah has an update tonight. of course shiri will be on in the morning with the latest on any winter weather issues as we
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out on bail accused of racial slurs trying to pick a fight at a traffic light. happened thursday morning on route 62. ryan mccarthy was a passenger in a car that was honked at. mccarthy is accused of getting out of the car and shouting at another driver. during his arraignment, he pleaded not guilty to civil rights violations. he was ordered to stay away from the alleged victim. the driver, an african american man, told police that he's afraid mccarthy is going to find out where he lives. mccarthy due back in january. >> heather: it's 9:21 now. the 17-year-old accuse of driving with a truck with the owner of the truck hanging outside of the truck door is in custody this morning. police responded to an apartment on eastern avenue in worcester yesterday for a report of a an assault and battery. when they got close, they spotted that truck and the owner hanging on. the man's arm wedged in the window and driver speeding down hopper street swerving side to
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eventually the man fell off. the driver got off and leaving the truck in gear. officers managed to chase the 17-year-old down. he now faces a dozen charges. >> jason: celt i'll have that goat cheese garden salad. that gentleman got the last one. sir, you give me that salad and i will pay for your movie and one snack box. can i keep the walnuts? sold. but i get to pick your movie. can i pick the genre?
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>> jason: celtics trying to stay afloat in the last nine games without jae crowder and horford. last night, both back on the court for boston. pistons not lost at home all season. marcus smart off of crowder, miss, crashes the boards keeps the play alive. celtics up 2. last chance, horford up big with a block. out near the perimeter. double double on his return. celtics win 94-92. now 7 and 6. and bruins jets at the garden, brad marchand, with a beauty. b's with a 5 on 3 later.
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patrice bergeron's third of the year. bruins win 4-1. they improve to 11 and 7 on the season. >> jason brewer: all right. a good soaking of rain came through early this morning. no you just a few spotty showers. also a left over snow shower still possible in our western areas. much more on this. what to expect as far as wind and cold for the rest of your weekend coming up. >> reporter: a stolen suv
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complete new england news coverage continues right now. this is fox 25 morning news. >> jason: you know western massachusetts getting some snow this morning. i know we've been talking about it. we're starting to see pictures trickle in. they're definitely talking about snow out to our west, almost out of our viewing area.
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moving out. we're talking about the cold temperatures and the wind. >> heather: that was a live shot of boston where the rain and cold weather is the story. look at the radar right there. you can see where the snow is. athol, hardwick area. we're talking about to snow reports on the ground. the snow has come. >> jason: changing over from rain to snow. flakes mixing in. that cold air continues to march eastwa b moving to the north. anywhere from keene, richmond, athol, some of these areas could see a few flakes. but no accumulation. just watching for a few coatings on the car and grassy surfaces. most areas eastward will remain dry. but blustery and cold as temperatures into the 30s in many locations after sunset tonight. so we have wind concerns. we have some showers.
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still get through. and i'll show you when we brighten up in just a little bit. >> heather: all right. jason, thanks so much. developing this morning, police have now suspended a search just in the past couple of hours for a pair of suspects professionaled in a police chase in northborough. it's still an active chase. they're still investigating why they abandoned a car and drove into a home. >> jason: it happened before 1:00 this morning on hudson street. no one inside of the house was hurt. that's the fox 25 stephanie coueignoux is live at the police station this morning. police have called off their active search for these suspects, stephanie? >> reporter: yeah, they told me that now have that suv in their custody and analyzing it for any evidence. they called off that chase after the suv got off 290 and ended up right through that home. i want to get to pictures that homeowner's son gave to me
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-- photos. the damage was so bad that they do have to find a new place to stay. what's so heartbreaking is thanksgiving is just a few days away. and they might actually have to split their family up while they wait for their home to be fixed. the homeowner's son was the first person to wake up and ran down the stairs after that crash. his mom told us after this whole crash happened, her they ran off. >> one of them said, it was an accident, they should stay and deal with it. the other one said, no, we've got to go we've got to go and they ran. >> reporter: susan told me right behind their house is a river and swampy area. she told me it's not that easy to run through. however, police don't know exactly what direction those suspects ran. again, they searched for several hours. it was raining, it was dark. so it was difficult to see.
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air and online at fox25boston.com. in northborough, i'm stephanie coueignoux fox 25 news. >> heather: stephanie, thank you. this is new at 9:00 look at these photos of a crash on 495 in mansfield from this morning. mass. state police just tweeting these photos out within the last few minutes. you can see the car ran into the barrier basically ripping off the entire front part of the car there. including the engine which was left laying in the middle of the highway. one la fortunately and i mazingly no one was hurt in this. an investigation into the death of a kayaker off of channel street in hull this morning. now he's been identified as 52-year-old douglas king from weymouth. it took police hours to learn his name because he didn't have any identification on him. officials tell fox 25 that's becoming a common problem. the town of hull is trying to get new rules in place for
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especially people who use rental companies. >> questions have to be asked, can you swim, do you know where you are, do you know ma the wind conditions will be this afternoon before they're put in a situation where they're off shore and either drown or have to rescue. >> heather: want to get those new rules in place in time for the rental season next summer. at this point, it's not exactly clear how king died. but we do know he was wearing a life jacket when he was found. >> jason: fox 25 continues to follow the aftermath of the marijuana here in massachusetts. it goes into effect next month. and now police and fire departments are reassessing their own policies for employees. in massachusetts already a law on the books the that prevents them from smoking tobacco. police and fire departments across the state making it clear they're going to have zero tolerance when it comes to marijuana use. one lawyer tells the paper the unions will likely fight any department that tries to punish somebody for smoking weed.
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question four becomes legal here in the commonwealth. make sure you know how to it works. log on to fox25boston.com right now for complete coverage of all of the rules and regulations. >> heather: 9:34 now. to our nation's capital and there's a push for president obama to use his remaining time in office to clean house. ash carter and james clapper want the president to replace the chief of the national security agency, the nsa. they don't think admiral michael rogers is working quickly enough to deal with cyber attacks. he's supposed to be reorganizing the intelligence from its cyber command. replacing rogers would be an unprecedented move, especially given that the swell community has been warning about the threat of cyber attacks for a long time now. separately president-elect donald trump is considering rogers to take over clapper's job. clapper resigning as the director of national intelligence on inauguration day. >> jason: developing overseas this morning, more than 100 people dead in a passenger train
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of india this morning. >> heather: plus the pats are looking for redemption after last week's disappointing loss. our butch stearns is in san francisco with a look at game day prep. his report straight ahead. >> jason: and our own daniel miller driving back from vacation on the mass. pike and
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>> heather: a train derailment in northern india is has killed up to 116 people. they're looking for more victims and survivors right now. more than 150 people hurt after 14 coaches of a passenger train jumped the track around 3:00 a.m. local time. no word right now on what exactly caused the derailment. but the railways minister there is already promising an
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promising to punish anyone who might be at fault. >> jason: patriots take on the 49ers later today looking to bounce back after dropping one at home to the sea hawks last week. butch stearns is in san francisco. >> reporter: it's bounce back week to the patriots losing at home last week. looking to rebound against the 1 and 8, 49ers here in san francisco. and in doing so, brady and belichick rarity, back to back losses. only happened six times since 2003. in fact, they're one in six in regular season games after a loss. but the patriots had to travel all the way across the country for this game. a lot is made about how tough it is for west coast teams coming east to win. what about east coast teams coming west. the patriots had thoughts on that whether it's a good or bad thing. >> with we touchdown, i drive to
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that's important. >> i've always thought we gain a couple of hours sleep. so it's like, you wake up, wherever you are on the west coast and we're juiced up. we've got an extra hour, two hours of sleep. so i've always found it fun going west. >> the reason we're going out there is to play football games. there's nothing more important than that. it's easy to compartmentalize in my 17th year. i've been through a lot of different things with games over the years travelling different places an friends and so to play a game. >> for tom brady it will be the first time he's played in front of his hometown fans here in san francisco in his 17 year career. but he'll be without rob gronkowski and chris hogan who are out of this game and surprisingly jabaal sheard will not play in this game either. i'm butch stearns with the patriots. >> heather: looks nice in san francisco. but parts of our area waking up to a messy mix this morning.
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>> jason brewer: right now continuing to monitor a few left over flakes in worcester county. don't be surprised barre, west side of worcester, might see a few flakes this morning as cold air thes to move in. an update on how much wind we'll be feeling in the next few days straight ahead. >> jason: breaking into our newsroom this morning, police made an arrest for a deadly shooting in already dead by the time police got there. now boston investigators tell us, they arrested antoine davis on friday for that shooting. he's going to appear in roxbury district court charged with murder. >> heather: i want you to take a look at this beautiful little girl. because she is a fighter. savanna only three-month-old. she's already gone through what any child should ever have to go through. she has a heart defect. but her parents didn't have to
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they needed. >> reporter: there's more than just the lunchtime crowd here in attleboro. there's a mission to help their coworkers and their little girl. >> i would do anything to save her. >> reporter: three-month-old savanna born with a heart defect before she was even born. >> i was scared and upset and confused and concerned about what her out look would be like. >> reporter: here at olive garden. when their coworkers learned about her condition, weekly doctor visits and two surgerying still ahead, they knew they had to do something. >> especially when you had children and fortunate to have children who grew up healthy and i know as a general manager, i feel obligated to do something. >> reporter: and that something resulted in nearly $6,000 in donations so far from coworkers, the company, even customers.
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couple dropped off what they could. not interested in lunch. just helping this little girl. >> complete random people to come forward and really try to do everything they can to help. and it was definitely surprising. >> reporter: yet it's not clear what lies ahead for savanna. she's slated for open heart surgery in january. and mom knows every bit of support helps. >> i think it would be 100% different if we didn't have that. we wouldn't have the support and fe three or four years running around the restaurant and i'm yelling atom, hey get your kid, i'm running a, here. >> reporter: they're also selling bracelets like the one i have on right now. they say save savanna on them. the customer says they want to pay it forward, donate back to boston children's hospital to help families just like them. i'm blair miller, fox 25 news. >> now your local forecast from
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>> jason brewer: in case you missed it earlier, our own daniel miller out in western mass. coming back on the western pike. a winter one determine land everywhere, he said. flakes still flying on the pike and a few snow showers managed to flip behind the rain here in worcester county this morning. a wide swath of showers came through. we all got some rain. others got more than others. and nashua about .25 of an inch. maybe .10 of rain on the north shore. sea coast reporting about .20. soaking rain but certainly not a drought buster. now we turn our attention to the cold and the wind coming in. and you do see a few snowflakes on the radar, winchendon towards new ipswich and flying around royalston and holden and barre and north brookfield, the west
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a few flakes in the air. just enough to maybe drop off on the cars and grassy surfaces. nothing on the roads right now. that's in western mass. where that concern is. we are going to see cold air continue to move in throughout the day. i don't expect too much sunshine, windy, blustery conditions. with the wind out of the west. may be able to pull a few rain showers. the better chance for a few flakes tonight as the colder. you can see the swirl in the atmosphere. still hanging around in the day tomorrow. breezy and windy, and still on the threat on tomorrow morning's drive for spot shower or flurry coming through. nothing to impact the commute but winds and cold the bigger story on monday morning. there's the cloud cover. it is thick. 41 degrees. we've dropped about 7 degrees since we first started here on fox 25 this morning. the wind chill at 31. that's nothing compared to what
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you see right now the colder numbers back to the west with 40s elsewhere. still 50 in portsmouth by the way ahead of the front the southeast wind flow. look here. 36 miles an hour wind gusts just reported there. worcester, currently 41 on the winds for hyannis. no wonder there's a wind advisory that's posted through today, tonight, and through tomorrow. so this is a run of windy weather. we're going to have isolated power outages and tree damage with t for several days. there's your temperatures. what you see is what you get, not moving much. as we get tonight, upper 20s and lower 30s with the wind wind chills in the teens in a few spots as you start on monday. winds begin to taper down late tuesday into wednesday and no new storm system on the way for thanksgiving day. >> jason: developing this morning, police in northborough have suspended are this active search for a pair of suspects in an early morning chase. two got away on foot after crashing their car into a house.
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developing this morning, police called off an active search in northborough, leading police on a chase and crashing that suv into a house. take a look at the damage left behind on hudson street there. happened just before 1:00 this morning while everybody in the house was of course sleeping. no one there was hurt. the homeowner tells fox 25 that she was told the front porch is the only thing that stopped that suv from going all the way inside of their home. the family is going to have to find someplace else to stay until the officers now collecting on collecting evidence from that suv. >> heather: thank goodness they had a front pour of or did. the high school soccer team celebrating the perfect ending to a perfect season. the division two champions, first time they took the title since 1979. their head coach, john mccully was on the last time in 1979
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goals for nauset yesterday. that makes him one goal shy of the school record. which you guessed it, his father has held for the last 37 years. the good news, he still has a year, the junior, has a year to beat his dad's record. no pressure. >> jason: it's clear the game was yesterday. you see how bright the sun was and bright and clear the skies were. >> heather: what a difference a day makes. some parts will still see flurries right now. >> worcester county still see that throughout the day. not concerned about accumulation. tonight it will get colder and the roads get colder. something to keep track of overnight as we see one or two snow showers a coating in a few isolated spots. on tuesday, the winds still with us. but by wednesday, we're shaping up really nice. then on thanksgiving day. there comes another storm system. still a lot to iron out with that. sarah has an update tonight on fox 25. >> tomorrow morning will be chilly, right. >> oh, yeah.
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