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clear skies back in town this morning. what a great way to start the weekend. meteorologist shiri spear says we have got a nice stretch of weather heading into saturday and sunday, but some chilly temps as well. >> that's what we are dealing with this morning, right. temperatures running in the 30s. 34 in worcester. freezing in nashua, new hampshire. 38 beverly down to plymouth. 48 in boston and 40s for the cape. your hour-by-hour forecast does have a decent warm-up that doesn't take off until 8:00 this morning. 7 a.m., melrose. a.m. 42. 46 on tap for 11:00 this morning and highs that will track close to 50 degrees with a cup of scattered clouds popping up and gusty conditions especially day and island. how the winds impacting those wind chills and what to plan around today when i am back in 10. julie grauert up with drive drive time traffic north of the pike. >> julie: looking good route 1 from the north shore. no issues on 93 south through
somerville. expressway speed limit ride from the braintree split to naponset. 23 minutes on the pike eastbound. an easy 7 minutes on the expressway. 20 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. back to you. we begin this hour with breaking news. two college campuses, a police cruiser involved in an overnight crash. >> sara: all happened near wentworth technology and northeastern university. our catherine parrotta is live wher wentworth police officer, catherine. >> reporter: it happened just in this area that you see behind me. ruggles street that runs behind my. parker street that runs up and down. you can see this was the intersection where this occurred. tampa has been cleared right now and that is a good sign; however, the investigation does continue at this time. we don't have many details about what happened, but this what we know. the crash happened at the area parker and ruggles street overnight. our crew on the scene said an officer was in that cruiser.
minor injuries. take a look at this video, pause there was a second scene on mcgreevey way near parker street. several vehicles with their windows shot out. at this point we are working to learn how or if those incidents may be connected. as we mentioned where the cruiser was hit is right near wentworth, the campus here and near northeastern and right up the street from boston police department. so near a lot of different things here, and so we are still trying to peace together i checked for information from boston police department. i haven't seen anything just yet and we will continue to work on this for you. live in roxbury, catherine parrotta, back to you. new this morning, boston police are also investigating a shooting in dorchester. we are told that a male victim was shot in the face and chest at the corner of devon and normandy streets and a short time later a suspect was taken into custody. the officer on scene tells us that the victim is expected to survive.
under the knife for season-ending back surgery. the latest injury for the pats star, but the team and gronk's family say this is for the best. our michael henrich is live. patriots are thinking longen-term here. >> reporter: that is how fans are going to have to think of it as well. because the short term picture is not good for the patriots. the patriots and the gronkowski family released this statement detailing his -- the history of this particular injury a little bit and then continuing by saying this, and i quote, with the health patriots medical staff along account consultation of several medical experts, it has been determined it is in rob's best long-term have to undergo surgery to address his lower back injury. rob is expected to have surgery friday. we do not expect that he will be able to play for the remainder of the 2016 season, but will await the results of friday's surgery before making a final determination. now fwroj's quarterback, tom
>> you know, we umd stand the challenge that is ahead. it becomes more challenging when you lose such a great player in gronk, but i don't think that any of us are going to give up on what we are trying to accomplish. you know, our thoughts are with him, and we are all wishing him the very best, and we hope he gets better snob. -- as soon as possible. >> reporter: robert kraft shares his thoughts on gronk in the next 30 minutes. the back injury during sunday's match-up jesus jesus christ jets after he missed a week because of a lung injury. and with gronk and without him in the line up. 7-1 with gronk. 15-7 without. the pats are still dominant, just not as dominant. and all eyes now are on the patriots will respond this sunday. for now i am live in foxboro, michael henrich, back to you.
hamstring, chest, forearm and also foot problems. during his career, he has been banged up a lot. injuries have forced gronk to miss 21 fames in the regular and post-season and the last few years haven't been this bad. the most was in the 2013, missed 11 games for various injuries including a torn acl. gronk is expected to need 8 weeks to recover from the surgery which means he may be ready for the super bowl, maybe. patriots have to get that to begin with. the next man up. marks arcelus bennett in the off season was signed. the 6'6"tight end has 445 yards on year. four touchdowns. bennett is a little banged up too. he hurt his knee in the game against the jets. he was back at practice yesterday after missing practice on wednesday. fox25 has you covered for the patriots this week. sunday's game against the rams will be sunday at 1:00. our coverage starts well
will be hosting "dawn of dynasty" a lack at the 2001 super bowl championship team. it has been 15 years since they won that first super bowl. "dawn of dynasty" starts at 10:00 sunday morning. developing news in lawrence, police are working to identify a headless body found along a river bank, and one local family are concerned it may be a teenaged boy missing for weeks. our jessica reyes is live in lawrence with some surrounding this body, jess. >> reporter: the body was found not too far along the banks of the merrimack river and the investigation is well under way this morning. the essex da's office said a woman was walking her dog when she found a decapitated body along the river bank and called lawrence police. friends and family members a team missing from lawrence since november are praying the body is not his. he has been missing since last
his cell phone, credit cards and social media. >> i just want to make sure that it is not him. because we want to from closure with this. he -- he has been gone and no word of him. and i am really worried. and concerned. >> reporter: and the medical examiner is now working to identify the body. police say that this does appear to be an isolated incident and they don't think there is any danger to the public, but, of course, the investigation does continue here this morning. sara, back to you. >> sara: will check back with you in the next hour. meanwhile a 18-year-old from brockton is being held without bail in the stabbing death of his own mother. franz polynice hid from cameras outside of his arraignment. they found him covered with blood and shaking uncontrollably. inside they found the body of his 44-year-old mother. neighbors told us they did not see any signs of trouble with this family before this hand. >> i would never think that he would kill his mother.
he didn't -- >> sara: polynice is due back in court later this month. a 13-year-old boy facing charges on raping a child. he was arrested at leary middle school in lynn where he is a student. parents there tell fox25 that nobody at the school told them about the boy's arrest. >> oh, my god, that's terrible. i never heard about that. my daughter is 14 and she comes here, you know what i mean. the principal and she declined comment. investigators and school officials are not providing more information on the case because it involved minors. donald trump will be back at trump tower conducting interviews for his administration, but last night the president-elect was in ohio for the first stop on his thank you tour. >> we are a very divided nation, but we won't be divided for long. i always brought people together. i know you find that hard to believe.
supporter of traffic in and around cincinnati. the rally was sparse with just a few thousand people showing up. the low turnout didn't stop trump entertaining the crowd with a raucous speech that touched on most of the campaign promises that helped to get him elected. >> today you are older and working harder and in many cases you have two jobs. some of that is because of obamacare, and by the way, we are repealing and replacing obamacare. [cheering] >> there were also several group trump turned around and told them they should have voted. the president-elect is planning more rallies in florida, north carolina, michigan in the coming weeks but details have not been announced. president-elect announced his pick for defense secretary. he plans to nominate james mattis to head up the department of defense. mattis whose nickname is "mad
middle east. he is a tough-talking marine with years experience in combat but little experience in terms of diplomacy. new jersey governor chris christie who lost his spot on the transition team is eyeing a new job as republican committee chairman. politico reports that christie has expressed have in the post currently held by reince priebus who trump has tapped as his chief of staff. christie once considered for trump's attorney general says last week he plans to finish his year. new this morning the boston public school system is looking to save money that could lead to drastically different school star the times. wants to spread if between 7:30, :30 and :30. allow district buses to make three runs instead of two. the change could mean that children from the same family could be headed to cool hours apart. the district has not finalized which schools will be changing their start times.
minutes. things still quiet out on 93 south for an easy 20-minute ride from 495 in andover to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: wind chills at or below freezing. feels like 31 in boston and 23 in worcester and we will essentially stay there in the upper 20s, lower 30s for wind chills through 7 a.m. wind chills in the lower 40s in the afternoon. wait until you see how much colder it will get when i am back with you at 10. ahead at 5:00, coming face a clerk at a local liquor store surprised with two masked men to put a gun right to his head. next how he was able to keep calm during the terrifying [ bell clangs ] celebrate the holidays with delicious dunkin' coffee. stop by dunkin' donuts for two k-cup boxes for $15.99 or 3 pounds of packaged coffee for $19.99. america runs on dunkin'. ?? why do banks treat you and youre money like this?19.99.
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they believe those gunmen waited for an opportunity to pounce. >> daniel: frightening situation for the night clerk behind the counselor. clerk said he worked at the store for five years, and this was the first time he has been robbed. the robbery happened wednesday night at belvedere's liquors on concord street. the clerk was behind the counselor when one man in a scream mask and another wearing a ski mask burst in. one man had a handgun and they threatened him and told him to give them all the money in the register and took off with the cash and the bottle of hennesee. he told our ted daniel that the pair didn't seem to know what they were doing pop. >> reporter: did it seem like they were pros at this. >> no, seemed like they were pretty nervous. they both tried to come in behind the counter both at once, which that is a
surveillance camera captured the men hiding behind a car casing the store minutes before this robbery. police suspect the liquor store may not have been the robbers' original target. an hour before, a gas station clerk reported seeing two masked men hiding outside his it store in the centerville section of lowell. massachusetts state police are going high-tech when it comes to accident reconstruction. the state got a drone to help with those investigations. the state will show off t capability at gillette stadium. the drone will provide better evidence and help police clear accident scene faster. good morning, everyone. it is 5:15. we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. a lot of green on the map. things moving along nicely on the expressway. 128, no issue there as you head from dedham through needham and up to the pike. north of the pike route 1, 93 south are clear. if anything happens, i will be hour to let you know.
live drive times. 3 minutes from 128 to the stoneen. 22 minutes on pike eastbound as you approach mass avenue. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now, and shiri, you are talking about some chills near or at freezing. >> yeah, not so fun. not quite a look but do not touch kind of morning, but keep in mind your station weather app may show your temperatures close to 40 degrees. you feel that wind, might fee like 30 winds gusting 20 to 30 miles per hour. and again we will repeat that tomorrow. slight risk of an overnight temperature in tonight. not a big deal far inland towns and cities. the excepting not the rule. no major rain or for ma that that theer no major snow until we get into your forecast next week. current conditions 40 in boston. 34 in worcester. definitely one of my cooler spots right now. 20-mile-per-hour winds. making it feel like 23 degrees outside.
out for. 7 a.m. temperatures basically staying steady. upper 30s by 9 a.m. highs in the lower 40s in the worcester area with clouds bubbling up this afternoon, but it will tend to run warmer across eastern mass and eastern new hampshire with lower 50s really ruling from the dead coast down to the merrimack valley, boston, south shore and even cape cod. cooler spots like fitchburg, manchester, new hampshire, all in the 40s for highs. if you have friday nig degrees. it is going to be breezy, it is going to be quite yet, and overnight, i will thicken up the clouds a little bit to keep the winds in place with lows in the lower 30s. now i am going to fastforward future cast all the way from today into tonight. and i mentioned that slight risk of a couple of flurries us there. best bet southern new hampshire, northern worcester hills and northern massachusetts. but so patchy a very little to even no consequence. as we get into your saturday
disturbance around. i think it is close enough to stir up the clouds but not close enough to bring any kind of rain or snow risk. breezy again tomorrow, but the winds die down on your sunday where it is cooler and nice and sunny. temperatures tomorrow back in the middle 40s in spots like hyannis, boston and concord, new hampshire. but temperatures struggling to get into the lower 40s on sunday even with the sunshine. monday light snow or rain. slight risk of that. don't see it as a big weather maker but watching wednesday through thursday for a period of heavy back to you. doctor the say they have found a new way to help maintain your child's eyesight. coming up, the easy way to fight off nearsightedness that won't cost you a dime. and jolly ol' st. nick is getting a makeover. the hipster santa trading in the red suit for an ugly
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acres and forced 14,000 people to evacuate. one of the people held hostage inside of a florida bank is talking about his escape from a gunman. frank brown was in a credit union when a man walked inside with a gun and a pit bull yesterday morning. brown said the gunman announced to the crowd that he didn't want any money. only wanted to see his family and that's when he fired the shot in the bank. gunman then moved 11 people into the back room while the swat team surrounded the building, but b employee hid in another area and when they tried to escape, they ran into some chairs and that loud noise distracted 9 hostage taker. >> he thought the police were coming in. he ran out the little room where everybody was -- i don't know how i did.it i must have ran to the door on my knees and next thing i know, i rolled out -- i rolled out the door. and the police say run! and i couldn't run. so i rolled again. >> sara: police athe
robbery and 13 counts of kidnapping. a denver doctor off the job this morning following a facebook post. dr. michelle heron said a pediatric anesthesiologist. she posted a picture of michelle obama and said that mrs. obama has a monkey face and poor ebonics english. in the next line she insisted she wasn't racist. dr. herrin it was taken out of term monkey face was racist. councilmembers are not happy about the post. >> we don't tolerate that. we don't tolerate that kind of attitude. we don't tolerate that kind of racism. >> gene: the hospital issued a statement that dr. herrin won't be seeing any kind patients. and buzz aldrin was air-lifted from the south pole. the 84-year-old was picked up
he was in antarctica with a tour group. he is responding well with antibiotics and is in stable condition. he is best known forking with one of the first men to walk on the moon. the mall of mark is giving kids a chance to meet an african-american santa claus. he was offered the spot after meeting the owner of the santa experience at a convention this summer. he said out of thousands of santas, the only one who wasn't bite. the santa experience and santa larry say it is important to show kids come in all colors. >> it gives the kid an opportunity to see tan at that that looks like them and gives them something to identify with, but santa is still just santa. >> gene: santa larry is just one of many santas working at the mall of america this year. they are all santa's helpers, of course. they will spend four days there meeting with families. santa claus getting a big makeover in oregon. a mall in portland is bringing
wears glasses, blue jeans and a christmas sweater and tattoos on each arm that reads "naughty" and "nice." even has a man bun. hipster santa's second year in visiting the pioneer place mall which is oregon, julie grauert country. >> shiri: check in with her. did you see the little earrings too. i did mention that. very cool santa. 50 degrees your high temperatures today. cooling as we head into the weekend. a town by town next. and there is a new way to help you get some sleep. the internet program designed
is expected to keep the big tight end off the field. a man in his 70s tied up with his own suspenders by a stranger who burst into thinks home. what he says his attackers were looking for. a high-speed joyride streamed live on facebook. it ended with a crash that totalled his car. despite all of his high-profile traffic violations, he is only facing misdemeanor charges. everybody, and thank you for joining us at 5:30, it is, on this friday, december 2. and welcome to the weekend. >> gene: we are knocking on the door. a little breezy and cool and not bad for this time of the year. meteorologist shiri spear in the storm tracker weather center with a look at when the wlils drop things into the 20s. >> shiri: could get worse and will be worse into the weekend. 20-mile-per-hour winds involved in worcester. that means we are you off to a fairly blustery start there.
twhails i am tracking for you this morning. feels like 31 beverly down to boston. feels like only 25 in milton. your wind chill 23 degrees in worcester and 34 in fitchburg and feels like it is freezing in marsh field and plymouth and taunton right now. wind chill 35 degrees in hyannis. so bear in mind. wind chills that we are following this morning. actual temperature 40 degree at 7 a.m. upper 40s between noontime. and partly sunny skies. and the wind is sticking with us even into the weekend. we w weekend coming up in 10. julie is live with drive time traffic starting with the expressway. >> julie: moving along nicely from the braintree split and furnacebrook past freeport street to columbia road. no issues on 128 north of the pike. north of the pike clear on 128 and route 1. 13 minutes on route 1. 21 minutes on 93 south. 11 minutes on the expressway. back to you. all right, breaking news overnight, a police investigation is under way in
is hit by a car. this happened in the area of parker and ruggles street overnight. this is right near the wentworth institute of technology. our crew on the scene says the officer who was in the car was taken away in an ambulance with what appears to be minor injuries. a couple of blocks from that scene, there were cars with their windows shot off on mcgreevey way. we are working to get more information from police of how the two incidents are connected and if there were patriots tight end rob gronkowski go under the knife for season-ending back surgery >> the latest injury for the pats star and the team and gronk's family say the treatment is for the best. our michael henrich live in foxborough, and michael, the pats have always insisted the next man up in these situations. >> reporter: we will have to see how bennett fairs with the sole responsibility as the starting tight end, but, again, a big situation for gronk in the short term and
gronkowski family emphasize that in a joint statement. they outline the recent injury history and goes continue to say this and i quote, with the help of the patriots medical staff along with the consultation of several medical experts, it has been determined that it is in rob's long-term have to under go surgery to address his lower back injury. rob is expected to have surgery friday. we do not expect that he will be able to play for the remainder of the 2016 season, but we will await the results making the final determination. nd quote home run patriots chairman and ceo robert kraft did not directly address the gronk injury in an interview with our sports director tom leyden but what it does take to win in tough time. >> it is like life or business, the teams that do the best are the ones that have the best mental toughness and can persevere through adversity, and, of course,
success in any field. >> reporter: all eyes are on how the pats now respond on sunday and on gronk's long-term health and future with the team. this will be the third time that dr. robert watkins have performed surgery on gronk's back. live in foxboro, michael henrich, fox25 news. man in his 70s is under going surgery after a violent home invasion. three men busted into the brockton home and tied the man up using his own suspenders. the men beat him and shocked repeatedly asked him where the cold was. took the man five hours to get free and call police once those men left. we spoke exclusively with the victim from his hospital bed. >> i am 72, i can't be pouncing off the damn floor. i just pulled on my suspenders as hard as i could and i finally got them off. it wasn't easy. i had a knife and found it and cut them off. >> gene: the victim will be having hip surgery this morning.
loose. a trial date has been set for the mother of a murdered toler, bella bond. rachel bond's attorney and nor a status hearing. she is scheduled it return to court next month to prepare for her february 22 trial. they believe bond was an accessory in her daughter's murder. they believe her boyfriend killed the child by punching her in the chest and stomach. bella was first known as baby doe when her body was discovered near tier island last year. investigating ain't that sent three schools into safe mode. it started yesterday morning with reports of shots fired at the econolodge on route 1. police from both towns combed the area but couldn't find any suspects. one guest tells fox25 that he opened the door of his room to find heavily armed officers on the other side >> the next thing you know, there is a ar-15 pointed at my face, pistols and all kind of junk, and i am naked, just getting out of the shower.
>> students at three nearby schools were kept inside during the search. and extra officers were on patrol when the students were dismissed. walpole police later found a gun that was involved in the incident. 5:35. celtics taking over the garden playing the sacramento kings at home. the cs are 10 and 8 and fifth in eastern conference. the game under way tonight. the bruins at home taking on the hurricanes. and giving a rest to tuukka rask. bruins half seconds. tory krug with a goal off a hurricane can he fenceman and tie it at 1. time for another shootout. david pasternak with a pretty move. needs the save to get the first one of the year and he go the it. bruins take it 2-1 and play the sabres tomorrow afternoon in buffalo. patriots.player julius he
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back at 5:39 on this friday morning. we check traffic and weather every ten minutes. >> shiri: how it looking jules. >> julie: before an hour before it starts to slow down closer to 6:30. is it-minute ride from the braintree split to the pike. shiri spear has t little cool. i wouldn't say freezing cool out there. it is not 32 to 40. most of new the mid- to upper 30s. nice clear skies. there is wind. we will be talking about wind chill throughout the day. 5 p.m. the drive home from work. how about some 40s and of course the towns and cities that get back unto 50 this afternoon. gene, back to you. sending kids outside to play could help protect their vision. a new study find teens and new adhawlts are regularly exposed to the sun's uv rays are 30%
less likely to become nearsighted hater in life. nearsightedness is the number one cause of vision loss. nearly half of the world a population will be nearsighted by 2015. a new sleep program is using the internet to fight insomnia and the app is called shut eye and a form of behavioral therapy. users take journal about sleep needs and medication and you are provided with step by step directions on how to improve after completing a six-week program, 57% of users were able to beat insomnia. >> i could use some help. >> there you go. the type of story we like to share, a marine surprising his mom just in time for the holidays. take a look at the moment a year in the making. [cheering] >> sara: marine lance corporal surprised his mother
he enlisted more than year ago and despite being stationed in florida for the last eight months, he haven't seen his mom since joining up. his mother's best friend helped plan this very special moment. i can watch those moments all saw long. >> gene: great. she was so genuine in her -- fantastic. like you said, more of that, please. 5:42 this morning. donald trump pushing back against the green party's challenge of his win in key battleground states. the move by the president-elect to city leaders in boston
back now at 5:44 as we look over the city of boston. a pleasant looking morning. 33 in stoneham. 37 in scituate. 36 in northbridge. clear and mild temperatures for now, and it is getting cooler. shiri will break down the drop for the weekend coming up in about five minutes. breaking this morning, a police investigation is under way in roxbury after a police cruiser is hit by a car. it happened in the area of parker and ruggles street overnight that is right near the wentworth institute of technology. our crew officer who was in the car was taken away in an ambulance with what and to be minor injuries. couple of blocks from that scene, there was several cars with their windows shot out at mcgreevey way. we have reached out to police to see if these incidents are connected in many way and if any arrests have been made. patriots tight end rob gronkowski preparing under go surgery today. he will be having season-ending back surgery. the team and gronk's family made the announcement.
the rest of the season but waiting for number 87 to come out of surgery before they make a final determination on his long-term status. police in lawrence are trying to identify a decapitated body along the merrimack river. police found the body yesterday. missing teen missing from lawrence for a few weeks. his family and friends are trying to find out if this may be his body. sara. >> sarah: a -- >> sara: a terrifying stunt on facebook live. a rhode island man show him through traffic and all came to a sudden end when we slammed into a median and hit a garbage truck. this guy is so lucky to be alive. >> daniel: that 20-year-old was upgraded to fair condition but his initial injuries were critical but his joyride ended that violent crash. >> reporter: rhode island state police say this video is a perfect example of what not to do while driving. you are looking at the video
goes on a high-speed joyride on route 10 and 6 in providence. >> he is well over 100 miles per hour in a congested area. several lane changes in and out of traffic in the breakdown lane, back to the lanes of travel. >> daniel: rojas did this all while filming speedometer on his dash board. he said 109 miles per hour. >> a grand slam of things not to do. phone in your hand, no seat belt, traveling at a high rate of s traffic. >> daniel: state police verified the authenticity by preparing it to traffic cameras. they are positive that is the driver you are seeing videotaping his reckless driving moments before the accident. the video cuts out right here just before rojas hairts garbage truck and loses control. the accident reconstruction team said his honda was going 90 miles per hour when it hit the truck which was barley damaged.
get him out. >> never seen anything like that. for other people to watch it, i would hope it is eye opening for anybody else. >> reporter: state police reached out to facebook putting a legal request for the social media network to save that live stream. the video will be used as evidence against rojas in court. >> how do you beat the video.? i don't think you can. it pretty much puts the nail in the coffin for mr. rojas. >> daniel: despite the fact he is only 20, mr. lengthy record including two prior accidents. state police said he was responsible for a crash that send a driver to the hospital with minor injuries back in february. two weeks later he sideswiped a dot truck. despite all of this, they aren't able to bring felony charges because no one else was hurt in the accident. he will be charged with reckless driving, speeding and driving with a suspended license. in the newsroom, i am daniel miller. a bill calling for a new safety requirement on duck boats is now in governor
deadly accident involving one of the sight-seeing vehicles back in april. the legislation would require the duck boats to have safety equipment quuing line cameras and ban duck drivers as serving as the tour narrators. boston duck tours will add an extra staff member to its tours. city hall plaza will be unveiled as the winter wonderland. skyfox was flying over the area. the boston winter will include ice-skating, wine and to visit with santa claus. city organizers hope it will become an annual tradition. the official opening is today at 3 p.m., and no rain, no snow. so sort of a perfect weekend to kick a off. >> shiri: even a little bit milder in december -- do we want it for december. i am okay with it running a little warm too, but if you want to feel like december, just wait a couple of days.
i have to admit the first time he seen this camera angle with a nicely decorated tree. 40 degrees in the city. the wind chill down to 31 degrees. it is breeze the morning. we have chills that we are dealing with. future cast just breaking down the plain ol' temperatures right here and we have a lot of low and mid-30s at 7:00 this morning. you can check the fox25 weather app and we will give you a feels-like temperature. for most of you it will feel 10 degrees cooler because of the wind this morning. noontime, upper 40s. clouds pwunl unduring the afternoon especially inland towns and city getting a little bit of cloud cover. 5 p.m., sun is down and driving home from work mid-40s. back into the upper 30s in several spots for your 8 p.m. plans tonight and this evening, i wanted to pause things up and show you i have hints of just a cup of flurries making it into southern new hampshire and northern worcester hills. the exception and not the rule. 9% of us will stay dry -- 99%
52 in norwood. 49 in fitchburg. 48 in nashua, new hampshire. worcester is coolest at 44 degrees. today because of that slight risk for flurries north of worcester newspaper southern new hampshire, i am requesting to give us that slight risk of a quick passing snow shower, but by monday, we are tracking the potential for some light rain and snow. no big weather makers over the weekend. keeping all snow north of us in mountains. 45 tomorrow in boston with partly sunny skies. 44 beverly. 39 in worcester. and then temperatures do tend to drop as we head into the second half of the weekend. so it cools down again. below-average the temperatures on tap by sunday. 50 today. looking fairly bright. tomorrow a couple more clouds in the afternoon. sunday, i am going to stick with that sunshine. monday, a little bit of light precipitation. a possibility and no the a guarantee. something we will be watching closely over the weekend. the next big weather make is wednesday into thursday with
and weather together every ten minutes. >> julie: start off south of town, shiri. things moving along fine route 3 past route 18 into the braintree. expressway lowering down around freeport street. there is accident -- not an accident but a stalled car in the left hand lane. and we are seeing heavier volume than usual. live dry times. 10 minutes on route 3 from 228 14 minutes on 24. 16 minutes on the expressway from the split to columbia road. back to you. a plainville woman accused of encouraging her boyfriend to kill himself via text is dealing with a setback in her case. michelle carter asked for funds to hire an expert to explain antidepressants in trial and was denied by a judge. the 20-year-old said at the time of conrad lloyd's death both were taking antidepressants that gave them suicidal thoughts.
monoxide poisoning. carter is facing manslaughter charges. a fund raiser in lawrence to help the.victims of the fire. it was started by a malfunctioning electrical equipment. two local radio stations plan to collect money for the victims at a mcdonald's restaurant on broadway and lawrence. that event gets under way at 10 a.m. convicted shoe bomber richard reid is asking a fede bankrupt. reid is serving a life sentence for trying to set off a shoe bomb in his boot. the flight was diverted to boston and reid was arrested and he was fined $256,000 in a motion to the court, reid rights, i hearby request as i am not now nor little ever be able to pay this fine, a declaration of bankruptcy be entered in my favor. prosecutors have two weeks to
working to free up more parking in the back bay. and the seaport area, and they are doing it by jacking up prices at meters. five streets in the back bay from $1.50 to $3.75. the seaport will jump as high as $4 an hour depending on demand and location. as you can imagine, people who are to park in the area are not too happy about it. . >> park your car for two hours and costs more than a sandwich, gh rate hike will keep the people moving and reduce the time find the parking spot. 30% of cars on the road in boston at any given time is looking for parking. the change affects parking spots around boston. you can find the full list of streets that will see a parking increase by going to our web site at fox25boston.com. british police are now looking for the suspect involved in this crazy road rage incident. check out this video capturing the tense moments after a
heated words quickly turned in a wrestling match and one driver backs into the other one's vehicle. that driver then smashed the other truck's window with a shovel before taking off. police say they have found the truck but they still don't know the identity of the driver. the boy who lived is planning to move to the big apple. harry potter and the cursed child the latest book in the harry potter series is scheduled to review on broadway in 2018. the story takes place 19 years after harry potter's crenatures at hurricane ogwarts. this low-price ticket option, something that theatregoers at the current london show complained was lacking. a full house house is back in the family. jeff franklin the writer and producer of the sitcom has purchased the iconic san francisco house from more than $4 million. franklin tells the hollywood reporter that the first task will be restoring the outside of the house so it is true to
>> gene: that is interesting. for the last time, president obama and his family kicked off the holiday season by lighting the national christmas tree. special guests kelly clarkson, james taylor and will santa claus. the president joked that the holiday tradition has always been a little bit easier than his thanksgiving responsibilities >> the tree does not move. it does not gobble. you just push a button and it exactly you what don't want to have happen in a turkey pardon. >> gene: the christmas tree lighting ceremony has been a washington tradition for more than 0 years. 5:56. massachusetts state police are hoping a high-tech addition to the force will make their job safer. at 6:00, how trooper also have a drone to i capital one believes your bank should work for you, not the other way around.
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times. the busing move that could prove to be a nightmare for working families. good morning, everybody. thanks for being with us now at 6:00 on this friday morning. it is december 2. i am gene lavanchy. >> sara: and i am sara underwood. clear skies back in town this morning perfect to kick off our weekend. meteorologist shiri spear says we have a nice stretch of weather headed into saturday and sunday and chilly temperatures. >> shiri: yeah, you remember how warm it was yesterday morning -- that is completely gone. we than it was yesterday at this time. at 40 in boston. 37 in plymouth and norwood. 32 in nashua, new hampshire. and 34 in worcester. and we are running mostly clear and the game plan for melrose and this stands for most of you. temperatures are not shifting until we hit 8:00 this morning or even a little bit later. by 10 a.m. 44 degrees. upper 40s to about 50 degrees noontime and into the