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try topen an exit door during a transatlantic flight. complete new england news coverage starts right now, this is the fox25 morning news. >> sara: well, break out the ice scrapers, here is proof it is a cold start to the day. one our overnight crews just sent in video of these frosty cars in andover. and good morning, everybody, it is wednesday, november 18. i am sara underwood. >> gene: i am gene lavanchy. lots of breaking news overnight, but first that chilly forecast. fox25 stormtracker meteorologist shiri spear. and we are you off to a cold one this morning, shiri. >> shiri: we certainly are, gene. if you thought yesterday was cold, brace yourself, even colder this morning. even norwood this hour now dropping into the teens. we are at 18 in keene. 17 in orange. those are my coolest spots. nashua, 19 degrees. and as promised worcester you were 33 last hour now dropping down freezing at 32 degrees. and close to it in boston at 35 and close to it in boston at 35. 20s for the north shore and the south shore.
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straight down to the cape and islands. that is our cool start. and temperatures will likely not budge until after 7:00 this morning. and then as we head toward lunchtime today, we get the upper 40s. and we temporarily peak close to 50 this afternoon. will give us highs from 48 to 52 degrees. a warmer but wetter forecast coming up. here is jewel yule with live drive time traffic. julie, what do you have? >> julie: good morning. a water main break in south boston washington street westbound. the road is blocked at berkeley street right now. as far as the traffic volume is concerned. you are cruising along. no major issues on route 1. 93 south looks good 93 south looks good. pike open from the weston tolls pike open from the weston tolls. through brighton. handful of cars through this early hour. 12 minutes from the pike from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel. eight minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike. 19 minutes on 93 south from 495
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gene and sara, back to you. back now to that breaking news overseas. this is a live look from paris right now. explosions and gunfire rocking a suburb outside the city as police move in on the apparent mastermind behind the attacks. >> gene: at this hour five people have been arrested. two suspected terrorists are dead. fox25's daniel miller is following the violent clash between police and the suspects between police and the suspects. >> daniel: yeah, good morning. a neighborhood near paris is under siege as police hunt for the man who led the terror cell responsible for friday's deadly attacks. [gunfire] >> daniel: this was the seen early this morning in san early this morning in san dinee, the northern suburb. one suspect remains barricaded inside an apartment building. at least five others have been arrested and two suspected terrorists are dead. four police officers also hurt this morning. this is happening not far from the soccer stadium where
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terrorists attempted to attack on friday. during this morning's raid, officers say a woman wearing a bomb vest blew herself up in front of police. this man was the target of this morning's raid. police say abdel muhammed abuaoud is the leader of the terrorist cell organization that was the leader of the attack that left 129 people dead and more than 300 injured. earlier this year his picture was on the cover of an isis propaganda magazine. he is believed to plan several other attacks in europe over the past few years. the president of france francois hollande is holding a emergency cabinet meeting. he is requesting that a state of emergency remain in effect for the next three months. we will follow the latest developments for you out of paris all morning. in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 news. tensions are high all over europe. police say a concrete security threat forced them to cancel a soccer match between germany
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and the netherlands yesterday. the match was cancelled 90 minutes prior to kickoff in the german city of hannover. a concert hall and train station were also evacuated. no explosives have been found. federal agents are trying to find the source of two bomb threats against flights from the u.s. to paris. the anonymous threats caused an air france flight from los angeles to be diverted to salt lake salt lake city. minutes later a second flight from washington dulles was forced to land in halifax, november scotia, both headed to charles degaulle airport in paris. video from passengers from los angeles being taken off the plane in salt lake city. they were september to the terminal after the plane was searched there. officials say both bomb threats were made by phone shortly after the flights took off last night. no explosives were found. polish woman is accused of causing a disturbance on a boston-bound flight from london. fox25 was on the air as this story was breaking yesterday afternoon. police say it all happened when that woman tried to open one of
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the doors in midair. jessica reyes is live in east boston where that woman will go before a judge. good morning, jess. >>reporter: good morning to you, between. yes, some -- gene. yes, they will be here for her arraignment. police say they don't think has anything to do with terrorism, but given the recent events in paris, they are take very seriously. now police say that woman camilla delenack of poland was drunk when she tried to especially the plane's exit after trying to smoke a cigarette. this photo of her being escort this photo of her being escorted off the plane in handcuffs and police surrounding the plane moments after land at logan. it happened on a british airways flight coming from london. police were able to restrain her and took her into custody before anyone else was allowed off the plane. and she is charged with interfering with a flight crew. it is not clear at this point
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other charges, but a handful of passengers did tell our crews at airport she was unruly for much of the flight. coming up next hour, what some of them saw her do right before this happened. live in east boston, jessica reyes, fox25 news. discussion about what to do with syrian refugees continue across the nation this morning. here in massachusetts, governor charlie baker does not want them in the state at least for now. president obama has committed to reset ling at least 10,000 refugees here in the united states. but in the wake of the paris attacks, baker says he is opposed to opening up the state until he has more information how they are being vetted. >> syria is a very complicated place. and what i am looking for is some guidance from the feds about how they plan to incorporate that into the decision-making process that they pursue. >> sara: boston mayor marty walsh wants to know more about
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and says willing to work with the federal government. and manchester, new hampshire alderman vote to allow syrian refugees into their state. according to the union leader, yesterday members of the board of mayor voted against governor maggie hassan's position. the governor said she will not accept refugees until government officials can ensure that the veting process is secure. manchester police chief tells the paper that the fbi said 500 syrian refugees could head to new hampshire. this morning worcester police are planning extra patrols -- plans extra patrols ahead of donald trump's arrival ahead of donald trump's arrival. they will increase the security detail for the republican presidential candidate event at the dcu center. there is no threat in the city but authorities say the paris attacks and theft of weapons from local armory from local armories factored into the their planning. investigators are on the hunt for the person that stole a dozen guns from that armory. the suspect took high-powered assault rifles from the army
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the burglary happened between 6 p.m. and 1 a.m. surveillance images obtained by fox25 show a male suspect on the scene in a dark-colored bmw with sport rims. a hazmat situation in waltham is still under investigation this morning. this is video of investigators on the scene last night on brown street. still no word this morning on what is going on or if anyone has been hurt. we will keep you updated as we hear from police. and a beverly man is being held without bail for brutally attacking his estranged wife. police say axel shearer told them that he did it. when officers got to the scene, they found the victim unconscious with her sweatshirt strings tied and her neck. she remains in critical condition this morning. shearer was arraigned yesterday and will be held pending a dangerousness hearing next week. prosecutors in new hampshire hope autopsy results will provide more information about the suspicious death of an infant. relatives say shawn sylvester
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jr. died sunday just eight days before his first birthday. family members started a web page to raise money to cover the boy's funeral expenses. a note on the site said the child died from injuries suffered at the hands of abuse. investigators have not yet confirmed that. this morning, a proposed contest by a south shore police department is over after complaints to the chief. fox25 investigates obtained this internal memo that went out to abington officers. it said in the spirit of friendly competition, whoever has the most arrests and criminal applications for the month of october will be able to a weekend off. the competition was voluntary, but the defense attorney say that it creates the wrong motivation for making an arrest. the police chief tells fox25 he only had one intention. >> i still think the concept was good. the thought pattern was good to reward the officers. >> gene: the abington police chief said he immediately cancelled the competition after hearing about concerns from the police union. police say a driver
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accidentally stemmed on the gas and launched her car into an auto parts store in new hampshire. skyfox over the scene at o'reilly auto parts in londonderry. the woman driving was not hurt. a building inspector called to the scene didn't find any structural concerns. a 1.5-magnitude earthquake rattled part of the bay state. it was between sharon and millis. scientists at the western observatory rather tell fox25 this magnitude earthquake happens once a year in the greater boston area and happens dozens of times in southern new england. no visible damage and people were on edge when they found their houses shake. experts said people heard a boom before they felt a shake. >> we heard this first, and then the rumbling and shaking of the house and we didn't know what happened. it was scary. >> you hear this loud explosion >> you hear this loud explosion, and then, you know, like five minutes later so --
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felt like the whole house was shaking, you know. i thought there was a huge explosion. >> there has been five earthquakes in the northeast in the past week. four of them along the main canadian border. we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes for you right now. a 19-minute drive time on 93 south from 495 in andover down to the zakim bridge. shiri. and temperature-wise this morning, we have got a really cool start to the day with teens and 20s out there now. 21 degrees. 6 a.m. 24 degrees. thumbs up at 7:00, 25 degrees. we will show you when we are back to the 30s, the 40s, and even the 50s next. 5:11. the local city bucking the black friday tradition. why they are telling a retail giant, family time is more important than holiday deals. a high-profile trial left in limbo again. the bizarre behavior from a teenaged murder suspect that has his dunkin's new sweet black pepper bacon sandwich, with double the slices of caramelized crispy pepper bacon. it's the bacon experience
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counsel's questions and was lying on the floor mumbling with his eyes closed. >> gene: the judge sent the jury home early and called in a mental health expert. we will learn more of chism's condition and the effects on the remainder of the trial when court continues. parent killed by carbon monoxide poisoning while they sleep. the cause of the gas leak was a simple but deadly mistake with the family vehicle. >> once you go through it, you realize how easily it can happen. >> sara: fox25 investigates of hazards of keyless ignitions and how they have affected thousands of drivers across the country and here in massachusetts. tonight at 10:00, investigate i have koerper kerry kavanaugh look at the link between push put button starters and the link between death and injury and that is coming up tonight on the station news at 10:00.
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everyone, it is now 5:15. i do want to remind you of that water main break right now in south boston. washington street, westbound right at berkeley street 37 right at berkeley street. so the road is blocked there while crews work to clean it up. as we shift north of town, headed from the north shore. route 1 on 193 and southbound to the pike. pike moving along fine from framingham through the weston tolls into the alston-brighton area. you can see through brighton, a few more cars but still totally reasonable. here are those live drive times as you head out the door. 12 minutes on the pike from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel. 16 minutes on route 9 from 495 to speen street. 10 minutes on 128 northbound have university avenue to the weston tolls. fox25 stormtracker meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. shiri, i know yesterday you were telling everyone about the leonid meteor shower and i follow your tweets very closely follow your tweets very closely. between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. is that still something where
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-- off couple more minutes if you want to check it out? >> shiri: i think you better head out now, julie and we will lit twilight and it will be real hard to see. one of the issues as we take you out live from quincy into boston, that we have a little bit of nothing spots. a little bit of haze or fog in the usually prone locations might actually hinder your viewing. i think we are in good shape in most spots. the changes that roll in the next really 24 to 36 hours. one to two information of rain between thursday and friday. heaviest overnight thursday night into friday morning and at the same time, we will see winds gust 25 to 35 miles per hour. so this is the calm before the storm. 35 degrees in boston. we have nice clear conditions. by 7 a.m. 34 degrees. we are not done cooling down yesterday, but then the warm-up takes off, 40 at 9 a.m. kind of a slow start to that warm-up. 11 a.m. 46 degrees. 48 by 1:00. boston one the spots where we
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worcester right now freezing at 32. you, too, see a lot of sunshine and clouds will start to creep in the later into the afternoon we go. initially high and thin and we are down another degree by 7:00 to 31 degrees. 38 by 9 a.m. and we really don't get into the middle 40s until lunchtime today. not going to hit -- we are not going to hit 50 degrees in worcester. you get stuck in the 40s there and in orange and keene and chatham, a high of only 49 degrees. lower 50s will do it from plymouth to norwood to boston to beverly to nashua, new hampshire later on this afternoon. future cast here pretty quiet yet other than a little patchy fog that burns off 8:00 had this morning. a lot of sunshine with high, thin clouds during the afternoon. clouds thicken up overnight which land news a cloudy forecast tomorrow morning. futurecast at 7 a.m. it won't be as cold, 30s and 40s for temperatures as we wake up tomorrow. other than a spot shower, most of tomorrow morning will be
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dry. i am not going to promise you it is dry because we have that slight risk of a lonely shower in the morning but most of the rain will come in around 4:00 in the afternoon or later. at least the steady rain will. that puts us with wet weather to get you home from work later tomorrow and especially overnight, thursday night, starting around 10 p.m. we have batches of refy rain. we have these breezy conditions i was mentioning that lasts us into the friday morning commute into the friday morning commute. some indications that that rain could eventually hold on until 10:00 in the morning. the worst of it will be earlier in the commute. so, again, this time -- if you were waking up this time friday morning. go to be somewhat messy. 50 degrees and mostly sunny. here is your seven-day forecast with the weekend falls view. 37 is how you wake up tomorrow morning and we get highs around 53 in boston and beverly. 55 in plymouth. 54 in bedford. middle 50s fitchburg to nashua, new hampshire. and the rain will impact all of us especially later in the day. friday, 56 degrees.
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it turns breezy 37 it turns breezy. you can see winds will be strongest during the morning hours gusting up to about 35 some of the strongest gusts end up coming from southeastern massachusetts. and then for the weekend, 49 degrees on saturday. partly sunny skies come sunday we will see changes again in the form of light precipitation, but this time around it will be cooler which means drizzle at the coastline, but some flurries inland. we will stay cool and breezy as we dry out on sunday afternoon and early next week. get ready for the 20s when you wake up monday, tuesday and highs in the low to mid-40s. back to you. all right, shiri. keeping the boss out of your social media accounts. when it could be illegal for them to creep your pictures and coast.
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this it is not even officially winter but a winter storm dump winter but a winter storm dumped a foot of snow across colorado. across denver hundreds of flights have been cancelled. schools and businesses closed. roads are in pretty bad shape. people in new mexico and parts of kansas also saw plenty of snow.
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before takeoff. authorities say a passenger told a spirit crewmember that another passenger was acting suspiciously. the plane returned to the gate and police pulled three men and a woman from the flight. police would only say the suspicious activity included watching a news report on a smartphone. the four people were questioned and released, but they did not reboard the plane bound for chicago. one less contender in the presidential race this morning. louisiana governor bobby jindal has announced he is dropping out of the race. the republican telling fox25 that this is not his time. jindal says he will support the republican nominee, but he has not endorsed another candidate. a woman in missouri refuses to let a carjacker get away without a fight. she was sitting in a gas station parking lot while her special needs daughter went into the shop to buy a drink. a man walked over and told her to get out of the car and when she refused, he pulled her out and threw her to the ground kicking and screaming. she said it was dangerous to
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fight him, but didn't want him to scare her daughter. >> afraid that my daughter would come back in the process, and i felt if i could divert him to run away, to fight him off, then maybe she would not come out and be involved. and i didn't want to traumatize her >> the 26-year-old suspect was tracked down shortly after thanks to the car's on-star system. police investigate an unusual robbery at a worcester convenience store. police say a man with a large knife came into a store on belmont street and demanded cash. fox25 spoke to the clerk and he tells us the robber did not ask him to open the register. instead he asked for the clerk instead he asked for the clerk's wallet. >> seems like he knows like i have money in my wallet. i don't know how, but, like -- yeah, he just -- i know you have money in your wallet. >> worcester police are still looking for the suspect. conway, new hampshire police hope someone will recognize this suspect in an
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armed bank robbery. these surveillance images are hard to forget. you can see the robber is wearing a long pink wig and point og gun. police tell us got away from a cash from a td bank on white mountain highway. he is one of the most beloved members of the red sox. the milestone birthday that david ortiz is using to tell the world he is retiring. following breaking news out of paris right now. a raid is unfolding in a suburb following a violent confrontation between police and terror suspects. the suicide bomber who tried to stop the overnight police operation as we follow this breaking news. >> and i want to you go ahead and dress for the 20s this morning. i have clear skies now. i have very late clouds that
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we continue to follow breaking news in paris. terrorists and police clash in a suburb overnight. at least seven people are under arrest at this hour and at least three have been killed. an update on the situation is coming up in just a moment. good morning, everybody, thank you for being with us on the fox25 morning news on this wednesday, november 18, i am gene lavanchy. >> sara: and i am sara underwood. a lot of overnight news to get you up to date on, but first, fox25 stormtracker weather meteorologist shiri spear has a cold first forecast. >> shiri: i do and even cooler than yesterday which has opened the door for patchy fog to develop. i am going to watch spots like norwood, bedford, lawrence over to beverly and portsmouth, new
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hampshire and down to plymouth for the potential of a little bit of fog before 8 a.m. notice visibility being reported all right. wouldn't be surprised if you have a little patchy fog in between even right now 37 between even right now between even right now. 35 in boston. the burbs back to the 20s. worcester at 32. 26 in auburn. 23 in amherst, new hampshire. 23 in plymouth, massachusetts. so by noontime up to 48 degrees with mostly sunny skies. highs close to 50. i am going to break down the hot and cool spots into the afternoon coming up. here is julie grauert with live drive time traffic. julie, good time to hit the roads? >> julie: shiri, it is a good time. new accident at roosevelt circle in medford. as shiri mentioned good time to hit the road, traffic is light. a water main break washington street westbound. crews are working to clean that up at berkeley street. a live look at the expressway. volume starting to increase a little bit but still more
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in, say, an hour, hour and a half. live drive times. 12 minutes on the pike from the weston tolls to the ted williams. 10 minutes on expressway from the braintree split to the pike. 21 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. gene and sara, back to you. >> sara: all right. now back to that breaking news overseas. a live look at paris. explosion and gunfire erupting outside the city. police move in to find the mastermind behind the attack. >> gene: seven people have been arrested and three suspected terrorists are dead. daniel miller has been following the violent clash for us. >> daniel: gene and sara, good morning. armored vehicle are going into a french neighborhood. it is reminiscent of the watertown standoff during the boston marathon bomb inspecting was the scene early this morning in a northern suburb of the french capital.
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barricaded inside an apartment building. police say at least seven others have been arrested. three suspected terrorists are dead. four police officers have also been hurt. this is happening not far from the soccer stadium where terrorists attacked on friday. during this morning's raid, official say a woman wearing a bomb vest blew herself up in front of police. this man is the target of this morning's raid. police say ab del ahmed aboued organized the terror attack that left 129 people dead and over 300 injured. the cell original nateed in belgium. his picture was on the cover of a isis propaganda magazine. the president of france is holding an emergency cabinet meeting to watch the end of the police raid. he is also requested that a state of emergency there remain in effect for the next three months. we, of course, will follow the breaking news coming out of paris all morning.
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in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 morning news. also developing this morning, federal agents are trying to find the source of two bomb threats against flights from the united states to paris. the anonymous threats caused an air france flight from los angeles to be diverted to salt lake city. minutes later a second flight from washington dulles was forced to land in halifax, nova scotia. both were headed to charles degaulle. video pass of passenger taken off the plane in new york city. they were sent to the terminal while the plane was searched. both bomb threats were made by phone shortly after the flights took off last night. no explosives were found. happening today in boston, we will get our first look at a polish woman who is charged with causing a scare on a boston-bound plane. police say 32-year-old camilla delenack was drunk when she tried to open the exit door on a british airlines plane coming from london. fox25 was on the air as this was happening.
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cigarette in a path room before trying to open the door. the crew was able to restrain her, and they requested a police escort when they landed. >> she was flight front of us and she tried to open the door in the back of the plane >> the crew pretty much had her subdued with very little problems. she wasn't shouting. she wasn't thrashing. seemed more like a panic attack seemed more like a panic attack. >> sara: many passengers tell us they had no idea that something was even wrong until they saw officers meet the plane on the tarmac. police say this does not appear to be terrorism related. new this morning, a bullet flies through an apartment window in quincy. witnesses say that came from across the water from boston before it shattered the glass. fox25's michael henrich live in quincy with what we learned overnight rather. good morning, michael. >>reporter: good morning, gene. we are working to find out more at this point. all of our information came from a witness who said he saw most of it happen and heard the wreck here at hanover street at
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building right along the water. now this witness who lives at the building tells fox25 he called 911 and was not only connected to quincy police but also boston because he saw the second set of shots fired across the water. he says initially he heard two shots, went out on his balcony and saw people running from underneath the bridge on the boston side. >> the first two shots were probably 5 to 10 seconds in between. when i heard the shots underneath the bridge, they were three real quick, real quick three shots underneath the bridge. well. very high up. but i did see three or four people running from underneath the bridge. >>reporter: we are working to learn more of who might be hurt learn more of who might be hurt. and who police are looking for president witness said did recognize one item the person was wearing, and he describes that in our next report coming
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up in about 30 minutes. live in quincy, michael henrich live in quincy, michael lawyers for a new hampshire man facing charges of kidnapping and sexually say all the all thing a conway teen asks for a motion to have the lead prosecutors are he moved from the case. they want her removed because the client allegedly threatened her in phone calls after he was arrested last july. the threats had nothing to do with the kidnapping case. accused of kidnapping the conway teen and holding her against her will for nine months. we are getting a better look at the victims of a decades-old murder case. a woman and three little girls were found dead in barrels in the woods of allenstown. two of the body two of the bodies were discovered in 1985. the two others 15 years later. it is believed three of the victims are from somewhere along the atlantic coast. the fourth may be from new york or the midwest. officials hope the new images will help identify them.
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photos i saw today looked nothing like the originals. and unfortunately i still don't recognize any of them. >> gene: the national center for missing and exploited children created the new sketch and the same group that produced the rendering of baby doe. next season will be the final ortiz. big papi using his 40th 2016. ortiz will go down as the most feared and clutch sluggers. as a hitter he is a sure-fire hall of famer but no designated hitter has made the hall and he is named as other big leaguers tested positive for steroids in 2003. none of that matters fans will spill the love on ortiz. by deciding to retire, will for by deciding to retire, will forgo a $16 million contract option from 2015. new this morning, massachusetts fire marshal
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steven cohen is retiring as the state's top fire official. the 64-year-old has been shaking fire policy and legislation for 20 years. he overseas the -- oversees the agency investigating fires across the state. according to the globe, he will help the fire service commission find his successor. the paper reports he earned just over $143,000 last year. quincy police are warning about an online scam targeting customers of a cable tv provider. victims received an e-mail like this that appears to be from xfinity by comcast. the message asks for social security and credit card numbers in order to process a payment. police warn it is not legitimate, and you should be careful about providing that type of information online. 5 d 38. after months and months of controversy, the board of education has adopted a new test for students statewide. in an 8-3 vote, the board agreed to adopt the mcas-parcc hybrid state.
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will take the current statewide assessment and adds part of the common core alternative. mcas 2.0 will be a requirement starting 2016. >> we have been sitting on our mcas assessment for 18 years now and this clears the path. >> gene: commissioner chester does not believe at this time does not believe at this timeline will be a problem. this morning the city of salem, massachusetts, is picking family time over black friday shopping. wal-mart asked to open early on black friday at 1 a.m. instead of 7 a.m., but the salem city council voted unanimous council voted unanimously to turn them down. city leaders tell fox25 this is about more than just extra time to spend money. >> we are just wanting to essentially just take back just a little bit of black friday and just really have -- hold on just a little bit more time with family. >> stores in salem are free to open at 6 a.m. and wal-mart has
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earlier on black friday. one week from tomorrow millions are expected to hit the road for thanksgiving. and thanks to gas prices and improving economy, we could see the best holiday traffic. more than a million bay staters are expected to take advantage of the low gas prices that are down $.85 from last year. new at 5:00, one local town is tackling a dangerous winter problem that we saw a lot of last year. officials in peabody will doubling down on their efforts to keep tabs on the city's fire hydrants. they say they learned last year how hard it can be when fire fighters can't get to the hydrants needed to save lives. they are recruiting people to adopt a hydrant. they want people to help dig them out when the snow hits. fire fighters will also be used in cutting-edge gps systems to locate all of the hydrants during big snow storms. we track traffic and weather together every ten
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minutes and right now you are looking at a 12-minute drive time on the expressway from the braintree split up to columbia road. shiri? >> shiri: look how much cooler it is this morning than yesterday. we are 17 degrees lower right now than we were in plymouth. 20 degrees cooler on the vineyard. that means we are still in the 20s. even down into southeastern massachusetts. 20s is the basic rule. boston, 35. teens in southwestern new hampshire. i will show you the cool spots this afternoon when i come back this afternoon when i come back. this republican presidential candidate may want to brush up on his us geography to brush up on his us geography. the post of ben carson's campaign that is causing new england to cringe. protecting passwords and profiles.
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of establishment politics, and they want real change! [ cheers and applause ] bernie sanders -- husband, father, grandfather. he's taking on wall street and a corrupt political system that keeps in place a rigged economy. bernie's campaign is funded by over a million contributions -- people like you, who see the middle class disappearing and want a future to believe in. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. happening today, lawmakers will vote on a new law to protect people's privacy
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the social media privacy protection act will bar employers and educators from requesting information about your social media profiles. the law will also prohibit teachers and school staff from asking students for their passwords or user names. legislators say it will help protect user's data breaches at businesses and school systems. >> social media has become far more prolific in our lives. far more important, but we have also seen a number cases where the access to that information has been breached. >> the law does allow schools or employers to intervene if they believe a user is pose they believe a user is posing a criminal or safety threat. 5:45. a candlelight vigil being held at plymouth state college for a student who was found dead this week. police say a group of jake nonn's friends found his body in a local river. the college junior went missing after he was dropped off at a restaurant to meet his mom and never showed up.
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officials will do an autopsy to find out the cause of his death. he is from holden, massachusetts. sports fans won't be playing fandual in the state of new york at least for now. fandual decided to temporarily stop allowing new yorkers to play its games. the company says they will wait to make a decision on how to go forward after an emergency court hearings next week. this comes as the attorney general asked the court to shut down fantasy sports sites like fandual and draftkings in the state calling it illegal gambling. the companies argue that they offer games of skill, not chance. really no better rank in the nfl than the boston garden. the bruins can't win there. the bs still struggling to find a way to get it done at home. sharks were in town and a feeding frenzy. bruins a 3-2 lead in the second period but the sharks go on the attack. carson gets credit for this goal that tied the game at 3
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putting san jose up by 2. the defense continues to struggle. sharks beat the bruins 5-4 the final. you can expect to see extra security at the garden for the near future. boston police have additional officers on duty. they certainly had them on duty last night and, yes, this is in response to the attacks in paris. the increased security expected to continue tonight when the celtics host dallas. bpd says no credible threats against the garden. good morning, everyone. it is now 5:48. i want to take you back to this accident on 93 southbound at roosevelt circle in medford. waiting for it to be cleared out but overall volume is still manageable and not causing a huge headache. pike moving along from ashland into framingham into the weston area. nice and light through bright nice and light through brighton. 23 minutes on the pike from 495 to mass ave. 12 minutes from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel. 16 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit to the pike. as you get ready to head out the door, keep in mind even
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colder out there this morning than yesterday. and that's where meteorologist shiri spear joins us to break it all down. hi, shir. >> shiri: that's right, julie. and i hear temperatures will continue to drop in the next hour or so likely hitting rock bottom between 6 and 7 p.m. high pressure keeping us clear and cold and keeping us dry as we get into thursday. we are going to first tap into all these clouds, and thursday night, in come the rain the wind, and that is really the messy part 6 of our forecast. 35 degree, clear skies. winds on the light side of us. 6-mile-per-hour breeze not going to catch our attention too much. 35 degrees. and bump you up to 40 at 9 a.m. 11 a.m., 46. and top out close to 50 later this afternoon with mostly sunny skies. we will be watching out for patchy, very patchy fog through 8:00 this morning. 5:00 this afternoon now on the screen with future cast, and just high thin clouds. i am not too concerned of this
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cloud cover this afternoon. i am going to keep the forecast mostly sunny. boston up to 50. 51 in lawrence. 50 in plymouth. 52 in norwood. so the general rule is going to be lower 50s although there are a couple of cooler spots like central mass. worcester at 48. garner, 48. rutland about 49 degrees. southwestern new hampshire. one of those location where is it is going to be a little bit cooler. you can see jaffrey, rindge, keene, all upper 40s. even rye at 49 degrees. and lastly, we have the outer cape today which is going to struggle to get up to 50 degrees. we will get but 47 in chatham and in eastham. temperatures -- you know that is not too far off from where we should be this time of the year in boston. yes starting cold this morning. a little too cold for you right now. looking forward to warmer temperatures tomorrow morning. future cast at 7:00 tomorrow morning. the morning commute in the 30s and 40s and also clouds setting the stage for tomorrow's weather along with just an isolated lonely shower in the morning. much better chance that we are
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going to get some showers push going to get some showers pushing in during the afternoon pushing in during the afternoon, specifically after about 4 p.m. some steady rain developing which means the drive home from work, scattered showers tomorrow evening. overnight though, 10 p.m. and beyond tomorrow, we have rain and wind and we have that in place for the friday morning commute. so all the commutes impacted, it is the friday morning commute that i actually see looking the worst as far as our rainy situation goes. 50 degrees today. 54 tomorrow with increasing clouds, developing rain, heavy rain overnight into friday morning. stay breezy on friday even after the showers end with a high of 56. we will wake up to freezing temperatures over the weekend. 49 and partly sunny. come sunday, a little bit of light snow and rain. we are looking for flurries and drizzle on but dry to start off next workweek. back to you guys. a jilted bride takes her heartbreak on her dress. the colorful coping mechanism
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back at 5:53. massport wants to add parking
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spaces at logan airport to keep up with demand. want to add 5,000 parking spaces and need the state to lift the cap on parking. dates back to 1970 dates back to 1970. mass port hopes to build a covered walkway the blue line. a brand-new ferry trip to nantucket. the fast ferry connection between new bedford and nantucket has received the final stamp of approval from the steamship authority. the officer le provide seasonal services to passengers and the trip will take less than two hours. service begins in the spring. tyson hot wings with a sell by date in october of 2016. you can see the establishment. the product is recall over concerns of a off odor.
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now police won't specify what movie is being filmed, but fox25 reported that the new ben affleck movie "live by night" is being filmed in town before production moves to the north end. a popular country artist is adding a second show. kenny chesney is adding a second show. he is playing at gillette the friday before. miranda lambert and old dominion will also be performing. tickets go on sale friday. the first will be with auctiongoers next month. souther by's is auctioning off the star wars toy collection. it includes original action frigs 1977 in the original packaging. southerby's says some of the figurines are incredibly rare. the auction is scheduled for december 11. that is one week before the "star wars: the force awakens" premieres in theatres. a woman in florida dumped
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text message no less, so she found a colorful way to cope. she and her bridesmaids donned their dresses during a charity run in tampa. runners are sprayed with different colors of paint as they complete the 5 k. the woman said it became a source of strength. >> it was actually very liberating. i didn't want a party. i wanted to have fun with it. i wanted to keep my dress and alter it or do something new with it, but i definitely didn't want to destroy it the woman is grateful that dumped her and wishes him the very best. >> sara: good for her. coming up the top of the hour, we are updating breaking news from paris. violence erupting during a standoff between police and terror suspects. also ahead at 6, a car flies through the air and lands in the middle of a construction site. three workers are hurt. the immediate action police took against the driver for the dangerous ride.
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lucky with the lottery not once but twice. the ritual that led to her hitting it big is straight ahead at 6:00. thursday into friday, we
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