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Oct 27, 2016 4:00pm EDT
wounding her. then fatal stabbed george heat be loved teacher. who rushed to defend a total stranger >> i would never refer to myself i have always said to rose mary public i think george is the hero. george inter conveniented within seconds without even knowing what's going on. he was up and he was wrestling with him. before i could even react. so without george things would have been very much worse >> james's wife laura a nurse at the brickham also jumped into action. atted administer medical aid to george and pregnant waitress if something happens, you know. he helped and i run. but but i i wasn't leaving anywhere without him. they told were inside plymouth their he formed such close bonds helping each other cope. >> james also getting back into swing of thing at work training, new canine unit. named dog heat. in honor the george >> he says he not hero but he is. i would not be here today. i know i would not be here today if he were not in that restaurant. in plymouth. fox 25 news. >> very east mol scene there. she holding for george heat super scholarship fund at the end novembe
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Oct 7, 2016 4:00pm EDT
argued he was misquoted and new at 4:00 p.m., george colli reports on how much taxpayers dished out to try to get an answer. >> one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. >> what did neil armstrong actually say when he took his he contends his famous line started, that's one small step for a man. the national science foundation received two grants totaling more than 700,000 taxpayer dollars to improve and understand communications for people with conditions that may affect speech, like autism and parkinson's. but they spent it to try to settle the dispute over armstrong's quote once and for all. the national science foundation study brought together researchers from four major universities, all to join in the hunts to try to find armstrong's to try to find the missing a? >> truthfully, i wouldn't spend any. >> the reporter: kentucky senator rand paul also thinks it's a bad idea, calling it an egregious example of government waste. >> what he was quoted as saying is in history and it's not going to change. >> the reporter: in the ends, the report provided no conclusion, stating
FOX
Oct 18, 2016 4:00pm EDT
to fill the current vacancy on the court. but, as george coe lye report, republican resistance may has long after president obama leaves office. >> senator john mccain told a philadelphia radio station monday that the battle over the >> we will be united against any supreme court nominee that hillary clinton, if she were president, can put up. >> mccain's comments go against the gop's comments after the death of scalia that it is the voters decision when they election either donald trump or hillary clinton. mccain backtracked and said he will thoroughly review the record of any nominee. >> i think careful here. >> john malcolm is at the conservative leading heritage foundation and said his comments come to the nomination fight sure to come, no matter who is nominated. >> the senate has advice, including withholding advice or consent. >> senate republicans are blocking any hearings for garland, he is considered a moderate but it is expected he will side with clinton and progressives on issues. complement of 9 justices where the ninth justice is a literal activist. >> democrats have
FOX
Sep 21, 2016 4:00pm EDT
didn't hear the news right away. apparently, george clooney was first told of the breakup between the two. >> i didn't know that. i feel very sorry. that's a sad story. unfortunate for a family -- it's an unfortunate story about -- about a family. i feel very sorry to hear that. that's the first it. >> jolie initiated the divorce, siting irreconcile sign differences. >> blair: the company says there's been more than two dozen complaints that children have been able to loosen the harnesses. no injuries reported. even flow will contact customers impacted by all of this, and give them a replacement kit at no cost. >> a two-year-old boy remains hospitalized this afternoon, hit home. we first told you about this as breaks news. this morning, our jessica reyes returned to the scene and spoke with a neighbor who knows that child. >> i just want to know from the his parents, all of us want to know, wake up and say something. >> reporter: as people woke up in brockton this morning, everyone awaiting word how a two-year-old little boy is doing this morning. >> he's funny, he walk around, he
FOX
Sep 27, 2016 4:00pm EDT
saw all this action. and it was just something, you don't expect to see. >> george lolly is a victim, sound asleep when someone tried to break into his house. and broke the brand new lock that i had put on there and damaged part of the gate and all that, went over to the back gate, back screen there with our back door and tried to slice through it with a knife. >> it doesn't end there. there was an attempted burglary at two more houses on spruce street. a family, including their 3 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 >> police arrested demarzo, he told officers he was sleep walking. officers weren't buying that and they told us he was under the influence of drugs. hours later, demarzo was released and back at it again. this time, on sycamore street. >> i heard he was in there, about 6 a.m.. and the gentlemen's daughter woke up, and got all startled and he came down and chased the kid out and jumped out the window. >> neighbors say the little girl attempted burglar. >
FOX
Sep 20, 2016 4:00pm EDT
rigorous enough. >>> george h. w. bush may be turning his back on the party. the former president according to kennedy say for clinton. she is the former lieutenant governor of maryland and a clinton supporter. a spokesperson said bush's vote will remain private. >>> donald trump and hillary clinton will face off in their first presidential debate this monday on the campus of hostra university in new york, and our sharman sacchetti will be there. you can watch for her live reports before and after the debate this coming monday. >>> southbridge police will boost security in his own parking lot. open. $60,000 has been set aside to repave the parking lot and the town council approved his request to put up a fence instead. police have had several issues in their parking lot in the past including a man who torched a cruiser last year. >>> some relief could be on the way for red line passengers. as stephanie coueignoux reports, the mbta is looking to replacing and adding new cars that could make the commute much faster. >> reporter: this possible overshawl certainly welcome news to the thousands
FOX
Oct 28, 2016 4:00pm EDT
. emergency on the george washington bridge in new york city. why a man climbed it in middle of morning rush. >> spins away on back side here comes some more rain showers. at least it is not today but >> continue to to the break,new on the campaign trail. f.b.i. once again investigating hillary clinton's e-mails. trump reacting saying her i had frequent heartburn, but...my doctor recommended prilosec otc 7 years ago, 5 years ago, last week. urs and zero heartburn, it's been the number 1 doctor recommended brand for 10 straight years, and it's still recommended today. use as directed fios is not cable. we're wired differently. so we wired the wagner's house with 100 meg internet. which means in the time it takes mr. wagner to pour a 20 oz. cup of coffee, tommy can download 30 songs, and jan can upload 120 photos. 12 seconds. that's the power of fiber optics. hurry, our best offer ever ends soon. only from fios. hours. coming stands still in new york he man found clienting george washington bridge. from control room with more on climber. >> officer found the man shirtless scaling
FOX
Nov 16, 2016 4:00pm EST
by the order and picture other presidents including george w. bush and barack obama are displayed at most firehouses. >> elizabeth: lawmaker says he is tired of trump protest across the nation and time for people to, quote, suck it up. >> recently stopped traffic at major state representative bobby kaufman says they are putting constituents lives in danger. he says most of the protesters are in college and schools should be fined for wasting taxpayer money with things like cry rooms as they call them for students that can't cope with the election results. >> you got right to be a brat, you got right to protest and you do not have a right to throw >> blair: they are calling the legislation suck it up butter cup. >> elizabeth: i think you have to be careful to approach this because of freedom of speech. being on highway we have seen on other issues before the election of people blocking traffic and really does put a lot of lives in danger. >> have a point but keep it safe too. >> blair: robber puts gun in face of local gas station gun and cleans out. instead what was inside the into su
FOX
Nov 11, 2016 4:00pm EST
sheriff's deputy ordered george zimmerman to leave a bar after he accused a black customer of hitting him and using a racial slur. the bar manager asked police to remove him after he yelled at a female employee, snatched her credit card and used slur. video shows the man had given him two friendly pats on the arm. zimmerman was acquitted of the shooting of an an unarmed black teen in 2012. >>> a woman says her son had a hard time controlling his anger and didn't like to be embarrassed. todd todd she says she is still in shock. about it? >> did he say anything? did he cry? >>yeah. i thought todd's eyes were going to pop out of his head. i never seen him look that way. >> police were tipped off to todd kohlhepp after finding a woman chained up at his property last week. after a search they found three more bodies. >>> there is chilling newo at the pulse nightclub shooting. authorities apparently entered the scene of the worst mass shooting in u.s. history with guns drawn, wearing latex gloves to protect them from the blood splatter. on that video yo can hear victim's cell phones ringing
FOX
Oct 13, 2016 4:00pm EDT
seek an indictment. two aides are charged with ordering the closure of lanes of the george washington bridge in order to tie up city in a city where a mayor refused to endorse the governor. >> samsung is offering galaxy note 7 owner arse credit to return their phones. they offered a refund and exchange program an hor ago. customers can get up to $100 credit on their bill if they exchange a note 7 for another smart phone. we reported earlier this week, samsung told note 7 users return them. because the batteries can catch fire. >> a man races out of his car to help an elderly gentlemen who fell in a busy florida street. look at the video of miami, you can see the man walking across the street, he falls in front of several cars there. most of them they swerve to avoid him, that's when barry shaw stopped his car, got out in fact middle of traffic and rushed to the man's side to help him get out of the dangerous situation. f i first reaction is why is no one stopping? people not stopping because there is an old man lying in the road? >> well. after a while shaw was able to flag down help
FOX
Oct 12, 2016 4:00pm EDT
young drivers. new numbers show teen driving george has more on the safety expert concerns. >> reporter: teen driving deaths are up the first time in a decade according to a highway association. these aren't mysteries they are preventable deaths. >> reporter: they're executive director of the gsha. he's concerned teen traffic deaths could become a trend. >> we saw a big spike in 2015, 20% increase in teen driver deaths. we're expecting unfortunately that same increase in 2016 if not even all traffic related deaths in. appear to save the lives of younger teen drivers, not to be the same for older teens. set curfew for drivers who can ride in the car with them. all 50 states already have some form of restrictions for drives under 18. >> we'd like to stepped the rules up to age 20. >> reporter: what's causing the accidents? it's the economy bringing more people out to the road. >> people have more money, people are working. more and more drugs in our system, distracted driving, pedestrian and bicycle deaths are also up. adkins says parents should act before the state does and
FOX
Sep 13, 2016 4:00pm EDT
visit the rental center for a phone. >> george zimmerman took the stand in the florida trial of a man shooting at him during a road rage incident last year. according to a police report, the ma zimmerman, he was acquitted with murder after he shot and killed an unarmed black teen, trayvon martin in 2012 while zimmerman was on neighborhood watch. >> a woman with lupus has a special pet that she is trying to get certified as an emotional support animal. karen pears has an emotional support turkey, sammy, he helps her with depression. he wakes her up, and plays with her and plays in the yard, she said she can't imagine life without sammy. >> i thoafer thought before having a turkey as a pet, but >> i can imagine they have a bond. a turkey is not though, considered yet an official therapy animal. because you know they go after the sparkly things. >> i'm sure. >> for a number of reasons. your emotional support animal can be distracted easily. officials in washington state plan to include a turkey by the end of the year. >> two men went after ryan lochte on live t.v. next at 4:00, the contr
FOX
Sep 9, 2016 4:00pm EDT
of tap water, placed on the table. rebecca george says not so, at boulevard diner and now throughout the city of worcester, you'll need to specifically ask for that water,. >> i didn't know that we were supposed to do that. and then this, yeah, nobody went around telling anybody anything, i don't think. >> the reporter: the commonwealth second largest city declared the water shortage new restrictions, that include no watering of lawns, except for water cans, the fire department is stopping its training involving water. no washing cars at home, and no water served in restaurants unless people ask. anyone caught violating these restrictions can face a $200 fine for a first offense. >> $200, a lot of people couldn't afford that these days. >> the reporter: let's put this drought in perspective. let's say this water glass represents worcester's reservoir fall, it's supposed to be at 80% capacity. but right now, it's sitting at about 55%, and from the way city leaders are looking at it, this glass looks half empty. the water levels are so low, city leaders stayed dry while stan
FOX
Sep 15, 2016 4:00pm EDT
. >> the other riders, including george barris grew concerned and called 911. an mbta inspector showed up and tried to twist her story to transit police making her out to be the aggresssor. her every day (^) i told her no, you are american, you are not wearing the ha jib, nothing happened every day, you know, and she was like -- she was -- she was nice, you know. >> witnesses say when they heard what was going on, they tried to give their own statement to transit police, but were threatened with arrest. >> they threatened us with disorderly conduct and that they would arrest us. yes, they did. >> he then nt to me personally, that i was being disorderly by having a conversation with him. he stepped into my face. >> the transit police officer said there's no more words to say here, you don't want to hear me talk or take my statement? fox 25 tried to obtain report from transit police but they refused to give out information only writes no official complaint was filed with mbta police by the female passenger. confirmation receipt from the complaint she wrote to mbta on-line after she said
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Nov 8, 2016 4:00pm EST
washington, george collie, fox25 news. >> elizabeth: since i had you here we are noticing a huge george, i was wondering across the country, what are we seeing, people are fired up and sending them to the polls in bigger numbers than ever before. >> reporter: i sat in on a couple of phone calls with the election protection group making sure things are okay. huge turnout. a few places. isolated voter intimidation issues. we will talk about that later on tonight, but it has been a huge -- >> heather: george collie reporting from washington d.c. for us. >>> so far no reports of any problems at the poll regarding cyber security. the department of homeland security and the fbi have deployed sources to polling sites across the country as a precaution. they are ready to take action should hackers get into voting systems. also an election protection hotline available where anyone can call in to report suspicious activity. the four electoral votes were a must-win for both cam wanes. our coverage with fox25's michael henrich from inside a polling center in nashua. >> reporter: strong voter turnout a
FOX
Sep 26, 2016 4:00pm EDT
day tour but prince george was not interested in greeting canadian officials, including prime minister justin trudeau. prime minister reached out for a high five, this is not the correct video, but you will see there. george reached out, or the prime minister reached out for a high five, there it is there. nope. he doesn't budge. just keeps holding onto his dad's hand. whoops. >> famous canals of venice italy were flooded not with water but small boats filled with boats in the canals to protest the much larger cruise ships that come to port. thail bring up to 30,000 visitors each day, protoasttors want them banned, historic skyline and charm. many of the protest boats lit up flairs creating a cloud of smoke. >> cruise ship owners say the passage of these viewj veses sals provides the local area with jobs. city leaders are looking at alternative docking locations now. >> build ag city on mars, still ahead at 4:00, the plan in the observe their way. >> bring a coat for that one. here it is cool out there and there are some showers moving our way. how these will impact your morni
FOX
Nov 4, 2016 4:00pm EDT
civil right charges in connection with the lane closures in 2013 on the george washington bridge. it was political retribution of the democratic mayor causing massive traffic problems. christie has not faced my charges. >> elizabeth: in chicago, man, they -- >> blair: the parade was a big one. of c of course it did not disappoint. an estimated 5 million people packed the streets of the city. >> elizabeth: blew me away, that number. >> blair: i want to see the champions. doubled the city population when you talk about the number and in the crowd -- look closely at this, they took turns taking what they call trust falls off the grant statue. and. the city dyed the chicago river blew. >> elizabeth: with beverages. >>> harvard's president taking decisive action as the student body reacts with embarrassment. >> elizabeth: still to come on the fox25 news at 4, how the men's soccer team is being punished after a scathing report on ranking women soccer players based on looks. >>> nothing compared to mark zuckerberg. lost $3 billion and not bad news for all the execs. back to fall. feels like
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Oct 24, 2016 4:00pm EDT
statehouse. they were invol out with george zambrano in may, he was accuse of killening officer ron tarantino in may. one of the troopers was also shot during a shootout. they told us at the ceremony receiving the honor was a bitter suite moment for them. >> it's a tremendous honor to receive this. but, i think the cost of losing officer tarentino . . . it was at the statehouse to meet with the honorees and coming up at 6:00 (^) we will share with you their message for all police officers who face danger every day. >> outside, some blustery winds again today, but another change is also coming. fox 25 storm tracker weather chief meteorologist kevin lemanowicz joins us now with more on the timeline you are tracking. >> yeah, certainly we are going to see some coaches here and when you get precipitation in with cold temperatures you have to start think, well, does that mean all rain or something else? for now, we are mild enough that there is going to be some chilly 59 degrees right and nothing coming at you us as far as precipitation tonight or even during the day tomorrow. so, clear
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