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Jan 22, 2016 11:00pm EST
4100 tomorrow. >> fox 25 is bringing you live team coverage tonight at 11. george is in our nation's capitol for us. erika richie is live at logan where people are happy to be stuck in our city, but we begin with fox 25 chief meteorologist in the stormtracker weather center. kevin? >> the new information coming in is actually aligning pretty well with the forecast we have. not going to make any changes just yet. there's plenty more information to come in overnight, of course. there's the storm barreling through the mid atlantic states, all the yellow and orange you're seeing around the north carolina the secondary storm, the one that will become the main storm, our nor'easter. there's the snow creeping up on the long island new york city area right now. it will take a while to get into southern new england. you can see the dry air to the north. you can tell where there's no clouds, it's dry. it's causing this storm to stay farther to the south and not allowing it to barrel into southern new england like it is doing in the mid atlantic. the snow is trying to make it here into the morn
FOX
Dec 23, 2015 11:00pm EST
selectman john george. he chose to put his cash in a safe. >> u.s. marshals just found it. george was convicted and sentenced in july for stealing money from a taxpayer subsidized bus company he controlled. >> which means he told the court he only had he will only be able to recoup some of the funds that need to get your life in order and think about what you are doing to so many people that life. michael who you heard from george did so much for the community he's still stunned by all of this. it broke out around 8:00 p.m. they are reporting people have been living in shuttered hot tub enclosures. they found wood and mat -- mattresses over the tub. it seriously damaged the month. >>> a new hampshire man killed by police in florida. now this surveillance video police believe that's michael hill borough of rochester after he takes off running with the money. the clerk called 9-1-1. >> he's headed down the back road headed towards autozone. he shot dead in the words after a police was dragged month. >> the search is on right now for a bank robbery suspect in way mouth. after the break t
FOX
Nov 8, 2016 11:00pm EST
votes and she gets the most electorates we'll take it. i know it hurt george w. bush circumstance. i'd rather be able to govern with a stronger hand but right now we're coming down to the wire no matter who wins and it's not a pretty picture. it is a really divided nation and no matter how you count the votes it will be a are divided electorate. >> jennifer, what is the message that's resinating in your mind when you see the results so far exit polls you see that we have a very divided nation. >> hillary clinton gets women by 50 something percent and voters under the age of 44. she gets black and hispanic and asian voters and 37 you have trump who's getting everyone else. i think when you're looking at that someone's gotta come together and bring the nation together instead of having it divided as it is right now. i don't think either of their messages w i think trump's message of i'm gonna send you back, i'm gonna build a wall, clearly that resinated in the reverse of what anyone ever would want to do and hillary clinton's email scandals did the same thing for her with that lunch
FOX
Jan 11, 2016 11:00pm EST
students have claimed that they were molested or raped at st. george's school mostly in the 1970s and 80s. school investigation last month found only 26 students had been abused. after pressure from victims the school agreed to an independent investigation and hired harshbarg barger. >>> fox 25 stephanie is at a dedham convenience store and reports that the state says this jackpot doesn't own benefits everybody. >> reporter: part of the jackpot goes back to the state in form of taxes. take a look the this. the number is now so high $1.4 billion this electronic sign can't even handle that number and it's a number that has a lot of folks coming into stores like endicott variety right here at 11:00. >> it's pretty good. pretty excited about it. >> reporter: adam moroni showed up here at the massachusetts state lottery headquarters to pick up his $1,000 winnings. but on his mind the $1.4 billion powerball jackpot. a number that's expected to grow before wednesday's drawing. >> it's very energetic as you can imagine sales are also at a historic pace particularly over the last five or six days.
FOX
Jan 13, 2016 11:00pm EST
the other. he scored 28 that put the cs jay crowder he steals it from paul george almost double dribble den 3-94. brian salman was in the locker room. >> we were just going down for a win. we got down a couple games on the road. we wanted to get this win out there tonight. we definitely owe it to our fans. not only ourselves but our fan comes in every night so we want to get this win tonight. >> they did. bruins led the flyers 2-1 in the third and blew it. claude that is the goal that ties the game at 2. and just 82 seconds later philly takes the lead mark street unassisted and just like the bs were done. should have won this one 3-2 flyers is your final tonight. b.c. blown out in syracuse the orange take it bay 62-40 final. b.c. could not shoot tonight two straight embarrassing losses for the eagles. hopefully somebody had a win. did somebody win this >> do you know anybody in chino hills, california. do you know anybody there. >> no, i know where chino hills is right near anaheim. >> that will get you nothing. >> that gives you knowledge though. >> seven-day forecast includes
FOX
Sep 14, 2016 11:00pm EDT
: another riders including george grew concerned and called 911. an mbta inspector showed up and tried to twist her story to transit police making her americans we are not wearing the high jab nothing happen to you every day. she was like. >> reporter: witnesses say when they heard what was going they tried to give their own sames to transit police but were threatened with arrest -- their own statements to transit police but they were >> he then went on to say to us that to say to me that i was being disorderly by having a conversation with him. he stepped into my face. >> the transit police officer said you're all done there's no more words to say here. >> reporter: fox 25 tried to obtain incident report from transit police. but they refused to give out any documentation. only writing in a statement "no official complaint was filed with mbta police by but she showed us the confirmation receipt from complaint she wrote on-line after she says police turn td her away that night. -- turned her away that night. they said they would take any allegations of improper behavior by their drivers ve
FOX
Oct 29, 2015 11:00pm EDT
parade committee, which george earl heads up, made a tough decision, faced with several obstacles the committee voted to cancer this year's parade. >> it changed, you know. people don't turn out -- you know, it's a sad thing. >> the problem with the parade largely one of timing. it was scheduled to take place in the middle of the week and in the middle of the morning. >> reporter: town hall and government buildings will be closed, other businesses will be open. what george earl says dwindling interest was just one of the problems faced by the parade committee. there was also a partial loss of sundays and even a complaint that the parade tied up traffic for too long. >> disgusting. >> reporter: veterans organizations in town with dismayed. >> there was sack face past generations and, you know, that sacrifice and -- should be taught to our children. >> reporter: reflections, remembrance, where does it move on? >> when you go by a cemetery, take a look at the flags. >> reporter: fox 25 news. >>> temperatures dropping overnight, how cool it will be when you wake up and how cool it wil
FOX
Sep 26, 2016 11:30pm EDT
. >> reporter: george lally is a victim. he found asleep when someone tried to break into his house. it happened on spoon street. >> he used a wrench or soth that i had put on there and damaged parted of the gate and all. went over to our back gate back screen there where our backdoor and tried to slice through it with a knife. >> reporter: there was an attempted burglary at two more houses on spruce street. a family including their three young children were sound asleep when police say the 33-year-old tried to break in. >> he needs help. i wish him the best he needs to get help and to get his life squared away and get him. he told officers he was sleeping walking. officers weren't buying that they told us he was under the influence of drugs. hours later he was released and back at it again. this time on sycamore street. >> i heard about 6:00 a.m. and the gentleman's daughter woke up and got all startled he came down and chased the kid out and jumped out a window. >> reporter: neighbors say the little girl came face-to-face with the attempted burglar. >> he tried to break in the i h
FOX
Jan 5, 2016 11:00pm EST
press teenious boarding school calling for an independent sexual abuse investigation. st. georges school revealed last month that 26 students were victims of abuse on campus. but at a news conference in boston today victims and lawyers said that was just damage control and the number is much higher. years and want to say how damaging those gag orders are. they seal in trauma. when you're raped, your voice is stolen, your soul is taken away. >> rhode island stays police are investigating now. the school issuing an apology this afternoon, both for the harm done and the way in which the school addressed the incidents. >>> new at 11:00, a suspected drug dealer picked up @at a south boston mbta station after drawing attention to himself. transit police spotted 26-year-old david arafat smoking inside the train station near a "no smoking" sign. while talking to him officers realized he was wanted for heroin trafficking charges. he was arrested and due in court at a later time. >>> temperatures will go up quickly tomorrow. i'll show you how warm we're going to be, and boy, do we need this
FOX
Mar 1, 2016 11:00pm EST
the encryption tight rope. george cally was at a hearing this afternoon where apple and whether it's okay to break into a terrorist's phone. for months the fbi has tried unsuccessfully to break into an iphonized by one of the san bernardino killers, and apple refuses to help. the fbi is trying to get the courts and congress to step in. asking a toll take the vicious guard dog away and let us try to pick the lock. >> reporter: but apple says providing the backdoor to iphones puts everyone's security and safety at risk. >> we are owned by the fbi. we only use the tools that are given to us under the law. >> members of the judicial shear committee, this is an issue that does not fall along the party lines. >> i think you've gotta be very, very cautious about giving the government the ability to get access to your personal information, privacy information. so i tend to side with apple. >> it's critically important that we do everything possible to make sure america's privacy continues to be protected. >> reporter: others see the fbi's argument particularly when examinations. >> ther
FOX
Sep 25, 2016 11:00pm EDT
in 2012. almost 70 million people watched bill clinton and george h.w. bush in 1990. all the back three decades to find the most watched debate in history that was ronald reagan and jimmy carter attracting almost 81 million viewers in 1980. presidential hopeful mike pence will hold a rally in new hampshire. he is scheduled to speak in milford tomorrow afternoon. once again, the massachusetts senator took aim at donald trump. >> he cheered on the financial crisis of 2008. a crisis where people lost their homes, lost their jobs, lost their savings, why? because he thought it would give him a cheap. what kind of a man does that? a selfish middle sleaze ball, who will never be president of the united states. >> all right, warren also campaigned for new hampshire governor maggie hassan who is running for the u.s. senate. >>> we'll be waking up to the taste of winter ahead of the first full week of fall. we have frost advisories in parts of our area. i'll show you which towns fios is not cable. we're wired differently. which means we can fix things differently. thanks for calling fios,
FOX
Nov 25, 2016 11:00pm EST
: this is what ed george wrote. >> the down my car was just parked up there facing that way. it was rolling this way here. >> reporter: police say an 18-year-old woman was behind the wheel with two other teens in the car. are when she lost control because she was going too fast. ken mccray's parked car was the first thing she crashed into. for a second i thought the transformer blew up. then the pole. >> reporter: at first several hundred homes had no power. >> had to park down there because of the wires. >> reporter: leaving some families with last minute changes to their holiday weekend plans. >> three kids, night off, so you know, no movie night now but we'll be okay. >> reporter: crews brought in a new utility pole just after dark and the town was able to start getting people reconnected. >> at least no one got hurt. >> reporter: police say the 18-year-old driver will be charged with negligent driving. in norwood, robert goldston, fox 25 news. >>> a man has now turned himself in to police following a gas station robbery all caught on surveillance. we first told you about this ro
FOX
Feb 11, 2016 11:00pm EST
legislature yesterday. >>> former president george w. bush will hit the campaign trail for the first time in years. >> jeb bush's campaign was hoping the appearance of bush 43 will help build support in south carolina following disappointing performances in iowa and new hampshire. >>> new at 11:00, a violent robbery inside a dunkin' donuts. one pistol-whipped the other kicked several times by the attacker. here are the pictures from easton police. it happened wednesday night. the roach brothers on the easton/stoughton line. the gunmen took cash and the cell phones of the employees. the employees did not go to the hospital. call police if you know anything about the crime. >>> some family of those killed by convicted boston mob boss james whitey bulge verify been offered a settlement deal. mary came hang, the wife of tells fox 25 the government has presented a deal to split $822,000 in cash and they will also split proceeds from the auction of some of bulger's personal items including a stanley cup ring. callahan's cut will be about $50,000 and she plans to accept it. the money was found in b
FOX
Oct 11, 2015 11:00pm EDT
kevin lemanowicz joins us now the weather just george in that video but it sounds like tomorrow even better. mid-70s? >> some towns will hit 80 blair that's pretty nice for october for sure. well, nice for august even. temperature down to 45 in orange under clear skies, 55 in beverly, 53 in plymouth. those temperatures dropping through the 30s but no frost not yet. 44 with sunshine when you wake up in the morning jumping to 61 by 11:00. on the north shore temperatures dropping into the upper 40s to low 50s on average 50 . 66 by lunchtime then finally into the otts area staying into the 50s. to be in the 40s in just western suburbs upper 40s anyway. 66 by lunchtime. you know if you're 66 by lunchtime you're heading for a with temperatures mostly in the upper 70s. there may be a couple spots that are even warmer. however, there are showers in the forecast in the not too distant future. a timeline on when you can expect those. >>> the patriots still undefeated a very impressive win this afternoon over the cowboys in dallas. sports director tom lieden joins us now. the pats just keep on
FOX
Oct 24, 2016 11:00pm EDT
wrongful deat defendant in the case. 20 minutes ago fox 25 ontoed the lawsuit filed by george on behalf of eleanor. eleanor died when the car driven by bredford casper slammed into the newton restaurant in march. casper pleaded not guilty to motor vehicle homicide charges last month but his criminal case is john going. >> new at 11:00, police need help tracking down this man accused of robbing an elderly woman in dorchester. the 75-year-old told offers from behind grabbed her purse and took off. if you know who he is call police. >> also new at 11:00 tonight route 145 in revere was closed to traffic for several hours tonight because of this. this violent crash. state police say the driver of this car suffered some pretty serious injuries. police are still investigating what caused that car to flip. nobody else though was hurt in the crash. >> new tonight a local mother says her child put a quarter in a prize machine at a pizza shop and popped out these pills. police say they are spoke with a concerneder. >> if it can than to me it can happen to anyone. >> reporter: these are the pills c
FOX
Jan 29, 2016 11:00pm EST
. >> reporter: george holmes held on to the man's legs before running to dial police. >> with his adrenaline going i feel like he had the situation under control. he actually said i have this go call the cops. >> reporter: brookline police arrested gaston. >> he was taken into custody. he's being charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. >> reporter: the witnesses commend the clerk for fending off the suspect himself. they say they were simply there for support. >> we actually showed up to work a little bit late today which was fortunate for him. >> reporter: although police are not publicly releasing did give me a chance to see it and i did in fact see the suspect attacking the clerk although the clerk did have a good gash on his face the clesh was able to hold his own restraining the man and i did see those three men come to his aid. one of them more so than the others holding his legs down partially off camera. another one running to call 9-1-1. in brookline, christine mccarthy, fox 25 news. >>> despite the clouds, the rain even a little bit of snow that we saw
FOX
Aug 14, 2016 11:00pm EDT
you by a corporation. >> sponsorships at national parks could soon be a thing but as fox 25 george collie discovered thousands of people have signed a petition to stop it. >> reporter: the granted canyon sponsored by starbucks it's unlike lip we'll ever see that more than 200,000 people signed petitions objecting to a >> you won't have sponsored by wal-mart but you will have plenty of advertising within the park. >> reporter: kristen straiter with public citizen delivered the ptsd on friday which spells out opposition to the policy change including lifting restrictions on naming rights. >> we first told you about some of the controversial changes in may including this subaru sponsored vehicle and the proposal put park landmarks on cans of budweiser. the 2016 budget set aside about $3 billion for the national park service. they say they have a backlog of about $12 billion needed for repairs and improvements. >> these are public lands so congress, taxpayers should be funding the parks. the answer is to not give them up to corporations and allow commercial interests all comments but t
FOX
Nov 24, 2015 11:00pm EST
: george work at direct tire, wanting to help those injured by the crash. >> jumped as quick as we could to the people that were hurt and tried to help them. just comfort them and try to yell for help to get other people to respond. >> the driver was also injured but in a minor way. the sources tell us that the two 70 years old were most severely injured. one of them in fact did die and the other in critical condition. we understand that they are from hopkinton and friends. as for the other victim here, he's in his 40s, an employee of the loomis armored car service and we do not have any word on his condition. jim morelle, fox 25 news. >>> police are searching for this suspect wanted for the gruesome murder of a local woman. the victim's body recently found burned in bridgewater. new tonight ted daniel went to the home that have suspect and his stepfather had a lot to say. >> there is no love between those two. the stepfather says police went into the family's apartment building most of the time in the last couple of weeks and today they found out why. investigators believe his stepson, fer
FOX
Nov 14, 2016 11:00pm EST
36 month special financing. announcer: today on "tmz" -- harvey: george lopez, he is livid, vulgar and upset about donald trump. >> i will give him a chance to [bleep] my [bleep]. >> he's very upset. he looks like half the country this week. >> i will stop eating chee-tos. anything orange i don't want. >> conor mcgregor, he destroyed at ufc 205. two belt sizes at the same time. his after party looks so much fun. >> you know who's going to have a kid soon? conor mcgregor. >> the best part is, he doesn't know what the baby is due. >> march, is it? i think march. >> you hear somebody from the back yell, she's do in may. he's like really? >> lil wayne is now pledging his allegiance to a completely different mobile. out with birdman. in with jay-z.
FOX
Sep 22, 2016 11:00pm EDT
awards are named for state trooper george hanna who was shot and killed in 1983 during a routine traffic stop. >> a little built of trouble hearing the audio there but we do want to say congratulations to all the award recipients and >> drivers have since weeks to prepare for a highway headache. a busy part of route 128 will be closing for an entire weekend. the state plans to shut down all lanes of 128 in both directions at exit 19-a in needham. it will will take place from friday night november 4th through sunday november 6th and the it will allow crews to demolish the highland avenue bridge. traffic will be detoured on to local roads and a new version of the bridge will also open to traffic. officers tell us the poll, camed and will need repair. >>> a local man is suing walpole police claiming he was illegally stopped and trucked. john paul told fox 25 two officers pulled him over last month. he says they frisked him and searched his vehicle. according to the complaint filed, one of the officers referenced the color of his skin and stated the stop was not guy, you're cooperati
FOX
Sep 12, 2016 11:00pm EDT
not about him. >> he thinks it's about him i'm pretty sure. george clooney, how do you feel about hillary and the scare, she stumbled, she's sick. >> i'm wishing her very well. >> why isn't the narrative of this hillary clinton under the weather but loves america so much that she's continuing her campaign. why is it, she's gonna die!
FOX
Oct 26, 2016 11:00pm EDT
and a spoon. off duty firefighter justin george is the one who spotted that bowl. >> i saw the bowl it just almost seemed like there's no way that this -- that's the bowl, just happened to be right behind my house and i hopped a couple fences and we found her. >> so justin, thank you very much. to everybody thank you very much. >> reporter: now family members are buy >> -- by her side. >> she's not eating but she's able to, she's taking iv fluids right now and just an evaluation process is still ongoing. >> reporter: she's trying to talk and answer questions but if you mention the word ice cream. >> i actually said to her kathy, you missed three days of ice cream and she raised her right eyebrow and was kind of like you could tell she knew what i was talking about. >> reporter: and the niece right now trying to comfort her. in the meantime, right now she's not eating just yet but again tonight, doctors and nurses are performing a series of tests on her just to make sure she's okay. she is expected to be in the hospital for a couple more days. for now live in you lowell tonight, mali
FOX
Oct 13, 2016 11:30pm EDT
in several battleground states. george carly tells us who's voting and why it matters. >> reporter: 37 states in washington d.c. allow for some in person early voting. some estimates are 40% of the total votes cast this year could come before election day november 8th. >> republicans tend to vote by mail and there are that do have a healthy amount of mail balloting. democrats tend to vote in person early and election day it's somewhere in between. >> reporter: so far nationally 34% of the votes casted are registered democrats... data exiled by the united states election project show hundreds of thousands of people have already set back their ballots in typical battleground states like north carolina, florida and better than obama did in 2012. where there's weakness for clinton and where there's potential strength for trump is in the middle belt states. >> this is the first year that people could vote early in massachusetts. there's no early voting in new hampshire. less than 10% of all those cast in both states in 2012 were absentee ballots. >> reporter: early voting election by th
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