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>> a boston toddler finally bein laid to rest nearly six months after she was found in a bag on deer island. the good-bye to bella bond happening today. >> plus this man facing charges jar. the tough love from his mother. >> complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is fox 25 morning news. >> thanks so much for watching "fox 25 news" it is 6 a.m. on the dot. november, 28th. i'm heather hegedus. >> this is weather meteorologist rob eicher for a look at today's weather, hi rob. >> a cold front, there it is, watching this slowly move through our area as we head through our saturday. bringing us a primarily cool, damp, saturday, as you might expect for a cold front. closer look on the radar right now. light to moderate rain the last half hour, farther south, they taper off.
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little to the south, gloucester, lynn, beverly, might see a little bit of rain in the next half hour. off to the west, amherst, reporting some rain, heading towards orange, temperatures right now very very warm, mid to upper 50s, with you one of those days that gets cooler as we head into the afternoon. really chilly tonight. forecast for sunday and the rest of your weekend coming up in the next half hour. this morning. a massachusetts native is dead after a shoot out at that colorado springs planned parenthood. the reporting this man, gary swasey grew up in melrose, he leaves behind a wife and two children. >> swasey was a member of the university of colorado police department. swasey went to the clinic to help after learning of the shooting. two other people killed in the violence this morning. the gunman in police stud after a six hour stand off.
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>> it has planned parenthood around the country on high alert. stephanie coueignoux is live from the boston planned parenthood this morning, as police have spent the night patrolling the area. >> reporter: increased security at this planned parenthood is in response to the shooting in colorado. right here behind me, you can see a police officer parked just outside of the building. planned parenthood of massachusetts telling us they are working with police to make sure safety measures are in place. and we're also continuing to learn more about officer garrett swasey the 44-year-old, as we told you, grew up in melrose. and according to the boston globe, he went to melrose high school. he eventually moved to colorado where he and his wife had two children, a son, 11-year-old, and a daughter who was six. swasey was on campus at the university of colorado in colorado springs when that shooting happened. and he immediately responded. and also new this morning,
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gunman as robert lewis dear. it's a little hard to see, but this is video of police taking deer into custody after that standoff. he is 59 years old. police still this morning trying to figure out what his motive was. this all started yesterday afternoon when police say deer walked into the planned parenthood and started shooting. three people died, including swasey, the two other victims were civilians. at least is 11 people were shot, including five police officers. and this morning, they are in good condition. we're also continuing to learn more about swasey. and coming up in 30 minutes, the impact he had in his community and across the nation. in boston, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> and in the wake of the violence in colorado, fox 25 reached out to the planned parenthood of massachusetts. and the agency sent us the following statement, our top priority, the safety of our patients and staff.
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the statement goes onto say, planned parenthood has strong security measures in place, works closely with law enforcement agencies and has a very strong safety record. when the news of the shooting first broke we alerted you on our news app. you can download the news app for free in the app store. we'll continue to bring you any updates as the story continues to update on television and on myfoxboston.com. >> new this morning, fox 25 is working to get more information about a body found in the connecticut river. the woman's body turned up friday, part of 116 and corrects south hadley with holyoke. a car belonging to a chicopee woman was found in the same area this week. around 6 o'clock last night, chicopee posted an update to their facebook page, the post says, believes cem ra-lynn has been found. it does not directly link camera lynn to the body in the river.
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hurt after an attack at the united nations base in northern mali. the un says two fees keeper and a contractor were attacked by a motor. no 2001 has claimed responsibility. we'll stay on top of this for you. also two weeks after the paris attacks, a woman is remembering one of the terrorists as a sensitive and shy child. police say sammy blew himself up after storming the bataclan concert hall with two other gunmen. now the 28-year-old sister of sammy more her family is devastated to learn of her actions. they referred to simply as anna. she last spoke with her brother in august. and he sent love to her parents and a family cat. >> to me, there's no link. it's almost like it's not him. there's no chance.
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there's part of us that says maybe it's our fault. maybe we could have done something different. maybe. just maybe. >> anna blames the internet and visits from radical muslims for turning her brother's beliefs. she went when he went to join isis, her father went after him to try to convince him to come home. 130 people killed at the bataclan. >> one day before the 40th birthday. jeff terry died on thanksgiving morning outside a bar in fenway park. terry had just left a private event and hit by a stray bullet. so far police haven't made an arrest and looking at surveillance video in homes of finding a lead. yesterday instead of celebrating this milestone birthday, they were trying to comfort one another. >> he lived a full life, always happy. happy guy, always trying to get the family together. it's a big loss for us.
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>> terry came to the united states from hatesty and worked rail. he was a bread winner for his family and even buying his family home. >> baby doe will be buried next to her paternal grandmother. a private funeral will be held in winthrop for bella bond, six months after her body showed up in a trash bag on deer island. bella's mother and her boyfriend both face charges in the murder. both pleaded not guilty. >> committing a lewd act on a bus. he has been convicted before of the same crime. felony. he is due out on bail and back in court in january. >> a mother forces himself to turn himself in norwood police. surveillance video captain churlg the thief, taking a jar
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thanksgiving. david if's mother got one look at that surveillance video right there and recognized her son. and she told him, if he didn't go to police, she would. >> and it was the right thing to do. >> when police asked why he took it, he simply said, i don't know. he is out on bail, taking about $84 meant to help pediatric cancer patients. no word on whether that money has been recovered yet. >>. the debate over the drug epidemic, is heating up. new hampshire sees about one drug related overdose a day. voters there asking candidates to show commitment for fighting the problem. both parties want to see more treatment resources available. >> you're not going to be hanging out on street corners doing drugs.
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and when we do that, we not only save human lives by the thousands, we also save tax payers money. >> we have no tolerance for the dealing and the violence and all the rest. and for those of you who become addicted, we're going to do the best we can to get you treated. >> the epidemic extends beyond new hampshire's borders. massachusetts governor baker, spanned the new trafficking of ethanol. the opiate 20 times more powerful than opiates. >> a pole snapped and took down two other poles with it. in the video right here is the video, you can see crews working overnight and overtime to fix the problem. part of washington street closed right now. it is expected to reopen sometime this morning, we'll let you know when that happens. >> and this morning, we're
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learning what caused e. coli out break. the salad contains tainted vegetables from a farm. celery are the source for the e. coli. after 19 people across 7 different states became sick. they stopped making it. >> we're going to show you some happy faces. a wall sham police officer, reuniting with a baby boy she helped deliver on monday. officer bob williams captured them. officer henderson assisted with an at home birth. it looks like mom and baby owen are both doing well. officer henderson wasn't the first responder, stepping in as doctor, this group of boston paramedics delivered a bundle of their own, transported mom to the hospital, finding her too far along. there were some complications during the delivery but both approximate mom and baby are doing well. a delivery man also called a hero this morning. he was making his rounds when he found an elderly woman hurt. why he says he doesn't think
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twice about fleeing into action and comforting that woman as they waited for help to arrive. >> plus a project expected to cost a billion dollars more than planned. what the drove up the cost and what some believe can reign in those costs. >> 58 degrees to start the morning. much cooler temperatures to start the afternoon hours. visibility good.
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>> fox 25 investigates has uncovered a never seen before report revealing the mbta knew the cost of the green line expansion could skyrocket. the first morning came more than four years ago. this summer the mbta announced this there could be an estimated billion dollars in cost overruns. now the some say t has backed itself into a financial corner. >> they ignored the warnings. >> warnings that the cost could expand the green line could balloon. fox 25 uncovers reports that the, with a first came in 2011. >> one of the documents that i read that you uncovered was the most amazing of all, was just a straight out warning that the methods that they're using is going to result in only one bidder. >> reporter: greg sullivan of
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the pioneer institute which has been studying the green line project says one bidder means no competition, no incentive to control costs. the mbta did not open expansion to bid, instead it shows the company that was designed and constructed. the light mill project, is four and a half mile extension of green line tracks near cambridge. one extension up to tufts university at college avenue, somerville. one of the most densely populated cities in the area. >> we were looking forward to as possible. >> kaitlin says it's one reason they picked their location six months ago, proximity to the union square stop. by august it was in jeopardy. construction group, white estimated nearly doubled the cost of the next phase of the
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project. the total costs around 3 billion. the freedom of information risk assessment report prepared for the federal transportation administration in 2011, it raised red flags about the scope of the project, they called the project, fairly complex and said that certain elements were, quote, out of the direct control of the contractor, as well as the mbta. the final risk assessment report issued last fall, notes the lack of competition as potential for additional bit risks because there's only one bidder. >> i served the statement general, describe what one bidder means, no bidder. >> are there any incentives for this company to reign in costs and keep them in check. >> the problem is there's not a lot of incentives, if any incentive. >> the good news is there's a clear solution. >> we showed our report to raphael.
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>> produced the hundreds of millions of dollars. >> so we contacted the construction group to ask about their cost overruns, they referred all questions to the mbta. the mbta declined to answer any questions about the process, citing an ongoing independent review process of their own. the mbta control board is expected to discuss the finding of that process next week. >> despite the spring like weather, skiing resorts are ready for the winter season already: and it looked like i wanter wonderland at jiminy peak right there. that snow courtesy of a machine. however, wachusett mountain in princeton is also making their plans right now for more snow as it gets colder. two more resorts will be opening this week, ski butter nut and cata mount in the berkshires opens a week from today. >> now, local forecast, from meteorologist, rob eicher and
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the storm tracker weather team. >> a few opportunity to make snow here in the next couple of months as much colder weather is coming in. sunday probably the better, almost definitely the better of sunshine. the cooling weather of that monday. a really chilly start to the workweek, monday overall one of forecast. what the a difference a day makes. 64 degrees was the temperature yesterday in boston. portsmouth up to 65. in the 40s waking up, but only in the 40s waking up. by the time, we get to this afternoon. almost 20 degrees cooler than what we had yesterday afternoon. this will be one of those weird days where the temperatures in the afternoon are better than the cooler hours. we're starting out at 58 degrees, our normal high for this time of the afternoon 48. so already well above normal for this time of year. and, again, one of those days where the temperatures kind of
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so you get into the afternoon hours and temperatures are really only into the 40s. take a, look at worcester, 43 degrees there. and by the time dinner time, it will be in the low 40s. 10 degrees cooler later on this afternoon and evening than it is right now. enjoy this little taste of mild weather while you can. in terms of rain fall, do have a little bit of that as well. all part of this frontal boundary that will be very very slowly moving through here. so slowly, in fact, it's going to take a while for all of this rain to spread across the area. fairly moderate heavy at times rain towards con cord and further south kind of tapers off to a few sprinkles around lowell. we'll see a little bit of rain here in the next hour. light to moderate rain from keene down to orange, these moving mainly east, northern parts of worcester county a little bit of light rain. even though far away, it could
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take a couple of hours before rain gets into the boston area. future cast indicating between 9 and 10 o'clock this morning may not be until early this afternoon until it makes it down to the south coast. across the entire area. temperatures at the noon hour, 48 degrees in boston. big difference from the morning to the afternoon. get into 4, 5 o'clock and here. not going to rain all day, but off and on rain showers. best rain between 4 o'clock and 5 o'clock in the boston area. still cloudy this afternoon. but clearing as we head into the overnight hours. temperatures tonight, 35 in boston, 28 in bedford, 29 in worcester. so much cooler weather expected tonight than what we had out there last night. high temperatures tomorrow, only about 47 degrees. wake up monday morning, it will be in the mid 20s, 40s, that's it. monday.
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coming tuesday night into wednesday morning. >> rob, thank you. happening today, a local gardens center making your day a little brighter. trees for troops drive. for $30, you can send a tree and a card to show appreciation for their service. at the program runs until december 5th, when the trees will be cut down from a farm in nova scotia and shipped out. head out to any farm to participate. what local thieves have in common with tom homeowners they're targeting and how teams in three different communities are teaming up to solve the crime. >> plus an unusual bust in chicago, a suspect in custody after quite a chase, you never beli dunkin's new sweet black pepper bacon sandwich, with double the slices of caramelized crispy pepper bacon. it's the bacon experience you've been waiting for. bacon up.
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this year, aaa says even more people expected to travel by car. look ahead and prepare for a lot of stuff and as you go on the road. >> a new report shows flyers are spending more time stuck on the tarmac than they were 20 years ago. the associated press, found ground delays at u.s. airports on the rise. on average, the plane spends 20 minutes on the ground before taking off. that marks the longest wait before the government started tracking taxi time in 1995. >> this story, you need to see the pictures to believe the next one. police in cleveland, found quite the unusual bust there. kind of weird they posted about it on their facebook page. stake a look for yourself. it's a kangaroo. hanging out in the middle of the road. buster, the kangaroo turned up yesterday morning. wrangle him. in one picture, foster looks ready to duke it out.
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according to the police department, in case you're wondering, kangaroos do happen to be legal in the city with proper permits. sglad they were able to get him. of but poor kangaroo. >> i hope he had the proper permit. package. woman. coming up why a delivery man didn't think twice to spring in need. >> rain moving into the area, track some of these showers and how they will impact your saturday. >> plus two men accused of
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>> complete new england coverage starts right now. this is fox 25 morning news. >> three people are dead this morning, after a shooting in colorado planned parenthood clinic. and this morning, we are learning that one of the victims is a massachusetts native. the boston globe reports officer garrett swasey was from melrose. fox 25 stephanie coueignoux has more on his ties coming up. i'm kerri corrado. >> i'm heather hegedus. we started out with a warm, morning. but temperatures are expected to dip throughout the day. also expecting some rain. here's meteorologist rob eicher. >> we have mother nature teasing us this morning. temperatures waking up to mid 50s. thinking, man, just like yesterday. no, this afternoon. 20 degrees colder than yesterday afternoon. so enjoy the mild weather for
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the next couple of hours while it lasts. there's the front bringing us that cooler weather. showers. light stuff. concord, actually fairly respectable, almost heavy at times but further and further south, the rain kind of tailers off. just a few sprinkles falling around lowell and lawrence. across the north shore here in the next half hour or so. 54 in bed ford. 53 the temperature in plymouth. the temperatures this afternoon. only in 40s. coming up. future cast to time out those rain showers and tell you how it will impact your saturday. >> developing this morning, a massachusetts native is dead after a shootout at a crow springs planned parenthood. the globe reporting this man, officer garrett swasey grew up in melrose and leaves behind a wife and two inwhich. >> the university says swasey went to the clinic after learning of the shooting. two other people killed in the
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that policeman is in custody after hours stand off. >> fox 25 stephanie coueignoux is live from the boston clinic this morning, where stephanie, police have spent the night patrolling if area. >> reporter: and heather, the planned parenthood of massachusetts saying they're taking security very seriously this morning. in fact, you can see this police officer parked outside of the building when we arrived earlier this morning. the officer was already here. meantime, we are continuing to learn more information about officer garrett swasey. the 44-year-old, again, we now know that he grew up in melrose and also went to melrose high school. that's according to the boston globe. and we also learned that he was a pastor at his church and faith was part of his life. he helped teach and also helped play guitar there. the website also saying his wife
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helped out in the nursery. along with being a pastor, we learned swasey was a be in aly ranked figure skater who loved any type of sport. swasey worked as a police officer for the university of colorado in colorado springs. and this morning, the school issued a statement, saying their basketball teams will hold a moment of silence before each game today. we're also continuing to learn a little more about the gunman involved in this stand off. police again say that that gunman shot and killed swasey as well as two other people. police now identified 59 robert deer. you're looking at video just after that 6 hour standoff when they took him into custody. the question still remains what was his motive, what made him go inside that planned parenthood and start shooting. that's something we're hoping to learn more about. police say in all, he hit and
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shot eleven people, including five police officers. coming up in 20 minutes, the latest on their condition. in boston, stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> two men are accused of with assault with intent to murder after a fight over a girl. 21-year-old brendan of stoneham and anthony of saugus, charged with beating three people with a crowbar in north reading. the pair appeared in court on friday. police say they came to ab auto repair on main street 2 o'clock that afternoon. beat up three people and ran off. in court, we learned the suspects knew the people they attacked. >> it's our understanding when speaking with one of the victims who is here today as well as other information that we've obtained from the police department that the two individuals, the two defendants here today, mr. donovan and mr. berra excuse scow actually go to school with one of the main victims in this case, other. girl. >> the systems are being held on
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$5,000 bail. >> an illinois judge has revenge killing of a 9-year-old boy. the boy was lured into an alley on chicago's south side earlier this month and shot several times at close range in apparent case of gang related chicago superintendent has promised to destroy that gang and its rivals. closer to home this morning, boston police are investigating a fight out of a boston nightclub involving a player on the 76ers. so far no charges been filed. a man told officers he it was a victim of assault and battery in a fight with after the nba player apparently reacted to some heck cling about his team's poor play. oakerfer says the fight after the team lost to the celtics was definitely dumb on my part. i objectingerfer did play against the rockets last night in houston. >> two of the residents asked
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for your help a package thief who hit their building several times. surveillance video, in it you can see a man walk through the front door of the complex, here he comes, grab two packages and then he walks out. that bag looks pretty full. so they think he may be targeting other residents as well. >> the video you're about to see shows homes surrounded by woods. and police say those woods make it easier for robbers to target those homes. police say over the past two weeks, gone from two break in calls a week to double that in just one day. it scares people even in nearby communities who tell fox 25 every noise coming from the woods makes them worried. >> you don't know what they're doing, if they're out there for recreation or out there scoping out the neighborhood. >> police in methuen teaming up with haverhill police and new hampshire police to solve because they think they could be
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other communities. they are recommending that people get alarm systems and motion detectors to scare robbers away. >> organizers claim it's the largest gathering. people wearing santa hats on the planet. partner up with the jimmy fund to help fund pediatric cancer research. tuesday, downtown brockton, parade kicks off at 1. and santa challenge takes place during the pa raraid. new technology, makes it easier to keep better records of our vacations. but things don't always go as planned. >> the mix up that had the stores recording his sight-seeing journey from the wrong point of view. >> plus the biggest shopping days of the year, all in support of the little guy. the local efforts that make small business saturday a big success year.
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across the small fox there -- 52 there, at this hour on november
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portsmouth, the ra >> happening today, walsh will be in roslindale village for small business saturday. we all know about black friday and cyber monday, today is the day to get out to support local
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it started in 2010, a way for small buildings to get recognition and foot traffic. so while you're out scoping deals for cyber monday, head out and show some love to local shops. black friday, tens of thousands of to shopping plaza. video 6 early birds, the steady stream of deal hunters, expected 51,000 people by the close of business. in days, you didn't feel like braving the crowds, many of those deals are around throughout the weekend. >> meanwhile, boston storefronts are getting prizer. ranked boylston street as the 7th most expensive street in the u.s. for office space. main drag has an average rent of $67 a square foot. that means landlords are able to raise prices 1.3 times faster than any other city. and the newest office building set to be finished next summer
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has high prices as well. the the. a new report says massachusetts should do more to keep back seat passengers safe. the governor's highway safety association, is the state is among more than u.s. with weak rear passengers laws. more than 900 people above the age of 8 were killed across the country when they were killed in the back seat and not wearing their seatbelts. the state should now sfm have stricter laws. pass away. pints family has a strong football lineage, his father played for the providence steam. and his son played nine months lineman. check out this video detailing an irish man's vacation. it is an excellent example of right?
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whole recording that has caused it to go viral. >> plus a self described simple delivery man now hailed a hero. >> remember the delivery man standing in my open back door of the breeze way and saying to me, it's all right, i'll take care of you. >> next the jeb bush: here's the truth you will not hear from our president: we are at war with radical islamic terrorism. it is the struggle that will determine the fate of the free world. the united states should not delay in leading a global coalition to take out isis with overwhelming force. their aim is our total destruction. we can't withdraw from this threat or negotiate with it. we have but one choice: to defeat it. vo: right to rise usa is responsible for the content of
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. >> welcome back, a case of perfect timing in quincy has a delivery driver being hailed a hero this morning. he raced to an elderly woman's rescue when he saw her lying on the floor. fox 25 bob ward spoke with both of them about the terrifying experience. >> her back, on the top of my head. >> reporter: it's been a couple of weeks, but she's still feeling the affects of a bad fall she took in her quincy kitchen.
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>> i still have dizziness at times. >> reporter: but things would've been much worse had it not been for this man, a delivery man. he was dropping off a package just as marilyn fell off a step stool trying to get something out of a cabinet. >> i fell, i must have blacked out. >> reporter: when you first saw her, were you scared? >> yes, i do. because it never happen with me. i say of oh, my god, what i have to do. >> reporter: one of the first things he did, was to call for helpful but he didn't just call 911, he stayed with marilyn, comforted her, until help arrived. >> i said, don't be nervous, i'll help you. >> reporter: but before help arrived, marilyn got sick, so he moved her on her side and cleaned her up. >> he moved me over on my side so i wouldn't choke no more. >> reporter: for marilyn what he did, was nothing short of a miracle. >> i am very thankful for him.
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he really saved my life. >> reporter: but don't call him a hero, he tells me, he was just doing his job. >> my mother is old too. if somebody did that for my mother, i would be really happy. so that's -- that time i was thinking my mother. >> reporter: iran is originally from brazil, he's been in the state for 30 years and works for a delivery company called laser ship. he doesn't get to see his mother very often because she's still in brazil. but he says he's now made ao lifelong friend in marilyn. in quincy, bob ward, fox 25 news. >> now your forecast, bob iker and storm tracker team. there. but big exchanges coming as we head into the afternoon. 64 degrees,s nowhere near the record but well above average. normal high temperature, 48 degrees, that was exactly our low trump yesterday. but by tomorrow afternoon, it will be a lot closer to these
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normal if numbers. be more november like as we head into the rest of our weekend. currently 58. the current temperature in boston. one of those days as the temperature false as you get into the afternoon hours. normally it warms up. but not so today. 50s this morning, down into the 40s dinner time hours. come. >> all right. new this morning, thanks rob, are. >> on the radar right now, we've got -- we've got some fairly heavy rain, heavier stuff heading towards manchester here. further south, it tapers off. sprinkles around lowell and lawrence, kind of the north shore headed to boston, a few sprinkles across the north shore. but heavier up in new hampshire this morning. same idea, one slightly heavier, headed towards garner here and lighter rain towards worcester county.
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basically what we're looking at toward the morning hours and gradually will spread across the rest of the area as we head throughout the day. if you watch the radar over the last couple of hours, notice how that front is not making a whole lot of progress, even though the rain is not all that far away. maybe a couple of hours before it actually gets into boston, actually, into downtown, best chance of rain in boston, probably between 9 a.m. this morning and 4 o'clock this afternoon. expected period of rain on and off throughout the day. expecting that, not a whole lot of rain overall. maybe quarter of an inch in some spots. a lot less on the cape and islands. kind of a dreary damp day for most of the day but not a whole lot of rain when you add it all up. tuesday into wednesday, heavier rain, system due to the four corners here. some of this will draw up the remnants of what is now tropical storm sandra in the pacific. all of that moisture will be headed our way here in a couple days time. time it out for you on the
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future cast. rain today, tapers off this evening. still kind of cloudy tonight. but as we head into our sunday. those clouds build up. good amount of sunshine on the day on sunday. colder air moves on monday. monday the cold day of our seven-day forecast. most of tuesday will be fine. about you the rain starts to head in as we head into tuesday night. rain heavy at times. that system currently in the here. so we've got a couple of shots for rain in the seven-day forecast. first one coming today. that rain tapers off later this evening. gradual clearing overnight hours. even colder for monday. a good chance of rain as we head into tuesday and wednesday. normal high temperatures would be mid to upper 40s. so back to normal for late november, early december. >> this morning, the near miss you need to see. take a look at the dash cam video from connecticut state police, two cars stopped in the
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breakdown lane of i-95 in fairfield, when a third car comes out of nowhere, plows through one of the stopped cars, narrowly missing a groom of people standing right there. this all happening around 1 o'clock yesterday morning. no one was hurt. the driver of that speeding car is now facing multiple charges. >> so amazing those people are okay and not hurt. in convince seep is happening later today, santa and five of his elves will be jumping out of a plane and parachuting into pageant field. who knew santa could do that, right? it's been a quincy tradition for decades now. event planners are expecting a crowd of 5,000 people. that jump could be happening around 12:30 today. this next story has grabbed the attention. more than 7 million people around the world. an irish people bought a go pro for their trip to las vegas. their son plain explains on that
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camera and this is result. >> and then the power, is here, no, that view is looking north. desert, into utah and arizona, i think. >> trump tower, look at the trump tower. the video continues for four minutes. all showing dad's reaction, instead of the sites he's seeing. maybe get a tutorial before you give dad the go pro. >> the blow by blow. >> it makes for a good commentary. >> it's a dad thing. coming up a construction project, turning into something special for those pediatric cancer. >> next fox 25 bryan salmond takes a look at how the patriots
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in. >> welcome to saturday morning sports. you know folks, you're saying there's a chance collins is on the practice field on friday, even if it was limited collins has been out with undisclosed illness for weeks, while men dole la officially listed as questioned with a sprained knee. time will tell if his knee will respond to the quick turn around. tom brady knows the offense needs all of the help they can get going up against denver's tough d. >> a lot of pressure on rush, and a lot of pressure on skilled guys to get over and get coverage because they don't give
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ly and that's where the real challenge is. and they've limited teams to yards, points, turn overs, sacks, first on defense there. and in every typical category. >> i'll have live reports from denver today and on sunday. it looks like the bruins have righted the ship. four straight wins and injures friday's contest with the new york rangers. the bruins and the rangers picking up in the third period. this game it was tied at two and two. on the power play, jt miller puts the rangers up 3-2. bruins charge back, power play, ryan, spooner spoons with his fifth of the season. two minutes later, the guy who had a pretty good season thus far, david kriej gee gets a game winner, the season. bruins win it 4 - 3. fifth straight win. two games at the garden on friday. put this game away for the
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celtics, bradley off the steel, can still get up and throw it down. he had 17. celtics were up 17 points. and sell lynnger had a great second half. he had 18 points. isaiah thomas with 21. 111-78 they win it. don't forget tonight. rivalry between needham and wellesley, more than a game. you don't want to miss it. make sure you tune in it. bryan salmond. fox 25 news. >> all right. the coming up, one thing police say people can do to avoid becoming a victim. >> 58 degrees right now in boston. yes, you heard me right. minutes ago. won't see a lot of that sun coming up track some of the showers heading there you our area on sunday. >> plus the morning following the paris attacks coming from
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>> there's a part of it that says, maybe it's our fault. maybe we could have done something different.
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one of the bombers now on the fox 25 morning news, we're tracking a cold front. when to expect rain showers in your neighborhood. >> a melrose native, killed in the line of duty after responding to a shooting at a
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colorado planned parenthood. the security response in boston this morning. >> a boston toddler finally being laid to rest after six months after she was found in a bag on deer island. the good-bye to bella bond happening today. >> plus this man facing charges for stealing from a donation jar, a tough love from his mother that cracked the case. >> complete new england news coverage starts right now, this is fox 25 morning news. >> we'll get to all of those headlines in a moment. first want to thank you for waking up with the fox 25 morning news, it's 7 a.m. on the dot this saturday, november 28th, i'm heather hegedus. >> good morning i'm kerry kavanaugh. most of us waking up to a balmy morning out there. but meteorologist rob eicher tracking cooler weather and rain headed our way, rob. >> yeah, do not get used to the milder temperatures. we have a cold front working our way. already seeing some rain, light
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stuff from gloucester over to lowell. further north, up to new hampshire here, fairly moderate to heavy rain moving through that area. these showers moving west to east and only making very slow progress towards the south. eventually those showers will spread across the rest of the area. look at the numbers right now, 57 in boston, 51 in norwood, look up towards keen and orange, to get a hint of the cooler weather to come. one of those days where the temperatures actually fall as you head into the afternoon hours. 50 this morning, but 40 this afternoon. with on and off periods of rain. coming up, future cast to track out those showers and time them out and show them how to expect or when to expect the clearing later on your saturday. >> following developing news this morning. a massachusetts native is dead after a shootout at that colorado springs planned parenthood. the globement aring this man, officer garrett swasey grew up in melrose, leaves behind a wife and two children. >> he was a member of the university of colorado police department. the university says swasey went
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two other people killed in yesterday's violence. the gunman is in police custody after a six hour standoff. >> still the tragedy has the couple around the country on high alert this morning. stephanie coueignoux is live for us at the boston clinic this morning, where patrols spent the night patrolling. >> reporter: security is usually always tight at the planned parenthood in boston. now that the sun comes up, you can see this surveillance camera right at the front. that's one. three surveillance cameras that we've seen here at the front of the building. but since that shooting in colorado, take a look. parked just outside, a police car. they're taking this security very seriously today. and meantime, we're also continuing to learn more about officer garrett swasey. the 44-year-old, as we just reported, we learned grew up in melrose. and according to the boston globe, he went to melrose high school.
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involved in his community. now, he eventually moved to colorado, where he and his wife had two children, a son now 11 years old, and a daughter who is six. yesterday, swasey was on campus at the university of colorado in colorado springs when the that shooting happened and he immediately responded. and police this morning, identified the gunman as robert lewis deer. it's a little hard to see, but this is video of police taking deer into custody. he is 59 years old. police this morning, still trying to figure out exactly what his motive was. but this all started yesterday afternoon when police say deer walked into the planned parenthood and started shooting. three people died, including swasey. the two other victims are civilians. at least 11 people were shot, including five police officers. and this morning, we have a report that they're all in good condition.
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swasey. and coming up in 30 minutes, his impact in his community and really across the nation. in boston, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> and in the wake of the violence in colorado, fox 25 has reached out to the planned parenthood league of massachusetts. the agency sending fox 25 this statement, saying in apartment, quote, our tom priority is the statute. the statement goes onto stay, planned parenthood has strong security measures in place, works closely with law enforcement agencies and has a very strong safety record. when the news of the shooting first broke, we first alerted you right on our news op app. you can download the app for free in the app store. and we'll continue to bring you updates as they come into us both on television and myfoxboston.com. >> new this morning, fox 25 is working to get more information about a body found in the connecticut river. the woman's body turned up friday under the vietnam memorial bridge. it's part of route 116 and connects south hadley with holyoke.
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chicopee woman was found in the same area earlier this week. 60-year-old january stills hamilton went missing tuesday. around 6 o'clock, they posted a update to their facebook, police believe camera lynn has been found but waiting on word. it does not directly link camera lynn to the body in the river. >> 20 more hurt after an attack at a united nations base in northern mali. were killed by a motor attack. it happened in the last few hours. still monitoring details that continue to come into us. but right now, no one claimed responsibility. we'll keep you posted. two weeks after the paris attacks meantime, a woman is remembering one of the terrorists as a sensitive and shy child. police say samy amimour if blew up himself after storming the bataclan concert hall with two
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now the sister of samy amimour tells them her family is devastated. they're referring to her as anna, she says she spoke with her brother in august last. he made sure at the time. to send his love to his parents and the family cat. >> to me, there is no link. almost like it's not him. there's no chance. i know it's real. but of course there's part of us that says maybe it's our fault. maybe we could have done something different. maybe. just maybe. >> anna blames the internet and visits from radical muslims for turning her broker's belief. she went when he went to syria to join isis, her father went after him to try to convince him to come home. 130 people killed in the attack, 39 of them at the bataclan. >> a beloved family man one day before his birth day. the he dived monday morning outside of fenway, pa.
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he left a private event and was hit by a stray bullet. so far police haven't made any arrests and looking at surveillance video in hopes of finding a lead. yesterday, instead of celebrating that milestone birthday, his family was left trying to comfort one another. >> he have a full life. he's a happy guy, always trying to get the family together. it's a big loss for us. >> carrie came to the united states from haiti and worked as a conductor on the mbta commuter rail. a friend tells fox 25 that he was the breadwinner for his family and buying them a home. >> baby doe will be buried next to her paternal grandmother. a private funeral will be held in winthrop for bella bond, six months after the little girl's body showed up in a trash bag on deer island. bella's mother and boyfriend facing charges in the murder. both pleaded not guilty. >> a man charged with exposing
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himself and committing a lewd act on a bus. he's been convicted of the same crime before. so that makes this latest arrest a felony if convicted. moral is out on bail and due back in court in january. >> an ultimatum from an accused criminal's mother forced a man to turn himself in finally to norwood police. surveillance video capturing the thief taking the jar filled with jimmy fund donations from a norwood convenience store on thanksgiving. david's mother got one look at that video right there and recognized her son. she told him if he didn't go to police, she would. >> turn himself in because his mother seen his picture on the news and it was the right thing to do. >> when police asked him why he i don't know. he's now out on bail. the jar he's accused of taking had about $84 inside, meant to help pediatric cancer patients. no word on whether that money
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the debate over drug addiction is heating up election season. the conversation is taking shape in the state with the first in the nation primary. new hampshire sees about one drug related overdose death a day. voters there asking candidates to show commitment for fighting the problem. hopefuls from both political parties want to see more treatment resources available. >> you're not going to be hanging out on street corners doing drugs. and when we do that, we not only save human lives by the thousands, we also save tax payers money. >> we have no tolerance for the dealing and the violence and all of the rest. and that for those of you who become addicted, we're going to do the best we can to get you treatment. >> the epidemic expands beyond new hampshire's borders. governor baker wanted the trafficking of ethanol. 50 times more powerful than heroin.
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>> left by downed utility poles braintree. braintree electric telling fox 25 a rotted pole snapped and took down two other poles with it. you can see in the video right here, crews working overnight to of fix the problem. part of washington street now closed. it is expected to be reopened in the next scummed of hours. we'll let you know when that happens. >> new this morning, happy faces to show you, that that's the waltham police officer reuniting with the baby boy she delivered monday. officer bob williams captured the photos, officer henderson with an at home birth. as you can see for yourself, it looks like mom and baby owen are doing just fine. officer henderson wasn't the only first responder stepping in the role as first responder this week. there were some complications during the delivery but both baby and mom are doing well there. a disturbing trend hitting new hampshire neighborhoods,
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thieves are using to get into locked cars. >> plus a simple show of support for families going through one of life's greatest hardships. >> probably cried for a couple of hours. >> coming up, the reason these spray painted names mean so much to the parents of child cancer patients. >> radar tracking some showers moving through the area at this hour.
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>> giving kids with cancer a reason to smile. workers are spray painting children's names battling cancer on the steel beams at family and women's. christine mccarthy spoke with several parents why this simple gesture means so much. >> it may not seem like much for those who pass the brigham and women's construction project, but these spray painted beams is a huge message of support. >> i will probably called for a couple of hours. then it started seeing so awesome get seeing the other parents so excited about it. >> after nearly two years of sister chemotherapy, and stem transplant.
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no sign of neurorow blastoma in her body. her name was spray painted first. then adding a few more, and lisa cleary's 2-year-old sonic colhas. >> it's huge, while i never wanteds name on something like that, he is battling a life-threatening illness like all of these other children up here. >> just noticed the name of their 2-year-old. >> it made me so happy. i cried when the i saw it. because every day is a heart ache, basically and when you see something like this, it makes your day so much better. >> the beam now bears the name of two deputies children's patients. >> level of hope and good feels, it's an inspiration. >> brigham and women's and suffolk construction, say they're committed to providing support for families during hospital visits as they finish the project. >> the beam will being exposed for approximately the next month. in that time, we look to add as many names as we can put on there.
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>> little things like this, it's just crazy. it's crazy, it makes you feel really good. >> brigham and womening's as well as suffolk construction and all of these moms who call themselves mom come gists. are trying to organize as many names as they ask so they can add them to the steel beam in the next few weeks. in boston, stephanie mccarthy, fox 25. >> ski resorts around the region are ready for the season already. definitely looked like a winter wonderland in jiminy peak yesterday. that snow courtesy of a machine, of course. but wachusett mountain in princeton is open. and they plan on making more snow always it gets colder. two other resorts ski butter nut and great barrington opens friday and in the berkshires opens a week from today. >> expect company on the roads as you head home from the your
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o today is the fourth busiest dade of the travel. more than 900,000 people hit the roads last year. while the day after thanksgiving saw even more than that. this year, aaa says even more people are expecting to travel by car. plan ahead and expect prosecute prepare for a lot of stop and go on those roads. >> frustrating news your travel involves flying, new report shows flyers are spending more time stuck on the tarmac than years ago. they crunched numbers and found ground delays at u.s. airports are on the rise. on average people sit on the tarmac just shy of 24 minutes before taking off. that marks the longest wait before the government began tracking taxi time in 1995. >> happening today a local garden center is making brighter for men and women who serve. annual trees for troops drive. a 30 dollar donation, ask send a tree and a card to show
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this year the trees are going to military bases in the northeast. the program runs until december 5th, when a trees are cut down from a farm in nova scotia and shipped out. head to any farm to participate. >> storm tracker weather team. >> it will tart o start to feel a little more like holiday season as we held through the rest of our weekend. in general, cool damp saturday. sunday definitely the better of the two weekend days. a lot more sunshine expected tomorrow. a gradual cooling trend over the next couple of days. by the time. to monday, it will be chilly, monday the cool day in our seven-day forecast. what a difference a day does make. 65 yesterday in boston. we are in the 50s right now. this afternoon only in the 40s. by the time of the afternoon hours, almost 20 degree difference from what we had out there yesterday afternoon. currently sitting at 57 in boston. a warm start to the day.
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but one of those days where the temperature will actually fall as we head into the afternoon hours. normally the opposite is the case. today mid 50s or mid 40s by the afternoon and evening hours. check in in worcester much the same. 52 degrees there currently. by the time we get to dinner time. about 42 degrees. 10 degree difference between the breakfast time temperature and your dinner time temperature. do have some rain very very slowly moving through the area right now. a little heavier around amherst, heading east. very light stuff from gloucester over the middleton and lowell. little heavier up towards newburiry port, the yellow on the map, indicating heavier stuff. they're moving west to east, and not making a whole lot of progress south. but eventually will spread across the rest of the area as we head through the rest of our saturday. all due to a cold front. kind of watch the satellite and radar loop the last couple of
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hours, notice the showers are moving mainly west to east and very very slowly making some south ward progress. even though the rain is not that far away. future cast indicates probably won't be until 9, 10 o'clock, before we see rain actually falling in downtown boston. gradually that rain spreads across the rest of the area, so may not be until the early afternoon hours before we see the rain down along the south coast. but best chance of rain in boston about 9 o'clock this morning and 4 o'clock this afternoon. even though several hours of rain, kind of on and off really really very light stuff. not expecting a whole lot of rain overall. best news, tapers off in the afternoon. plans for your saturday evening, leave that umbrella at home. you won't need it. temperatures tonight, down to 35 in boston, 28 in norwood, 27 in fitchburg. much cooler expected tonight. sunny, the either about of the
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two weekend days, sunday next best chance of rain, tuesday night into wednesday morning. >> thanks rob. home break ins on the rise in 2001 local stretch. what the thiefs have in common with homeowners they're targeting. the why police in three different communities teaming up to solve these crimes. >> plus a highly unusual bust in chicago you'll have to see to believe. a system in custody after quite the chase and you'll never believe who or maybe i should say what officers ended up putting in their patro that sound. like nails on a chalkboard.
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. >> time now 7:24. starting next year, you won't be delta flights. delta says people will be able cargo. cost. support animals and pets for active duty military will still be allowed on flights and pets under 30 pounds will also be able to fly carry on inside the passenger cabin. the changes take affect march 1st and will impact anyone who already has tickets. so here's a pet that will have a problem flying also getting the heads here for christmas, real deal but it requires batteries, a actually a toy geared toward senior citizens, hasbro says more people are buying stuffed
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animals for older residents who live alone or can't have a pet. companion pet cat that can roll over and even purrs when petted. the robot tick cat $99. >> it looked really realistic. >> worth every penny. >> you're really obsessed with them. you like the idea. >> new this morning, this is something that you need a picture to believe. police in a chicago sub burke, north ridgeville, made quite the unusual bust. they posted it on their facebook page. take a look for yourself, the kangaroo hanging out in the road. turned up early yesterday morning. >> they arrested it. took three officers to rang gel him. one picture he looks like he's ready to duke it out there. doesn't he look like he has his fists there? kangaroos are legal in the city with a permit. who knew. >> two men accused of attacking three people with a crowbar and a hammer.
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the center of it all. >> 56 degrees in boston. unusually warm november morning. we are expecting rain showers, track those for you. coming up after the break. >> reporter: police officer who grew up in mel rose dead after a standoff in colorado at a colorado planned parenthood. the impac it's the holidays. which means a house full of people -- who all want to get online. so it's the perfect time for verizon fios. it has the fastest internet and wifi available. with speeds from 50 to 500 megs. and right now, you'll get 50
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>> and this morning, three people are dead after a shooting at a colorado planned parenthood clinic. the this morning, we are learning, one of the victims is a massachusetts native. >> that's right. the globe reports officer gary swasey was from melrose, fox 25 stephanie coueignoux is digging into local ties coming up. it's 6:30 on saturday november 28th. welcome to your saturday, i'm carrie kauf flaw. >> i'm heather hegedus. the say good-bye to the warm temperatures we saw last night. and even this morning. rob eicher tracking a cold front and a damp day for us ahead. >> the cold front will bring us colder weather. 50s knew. but 40s later on this afternoon. there's that front. watch the satellite and radar loop, not making a lot of progress. but going to take a while to get to us. heavy rain falling out of newburyport. get south, that rain tapers off of south of gloucester, not a
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whole lot of action right now. showers spread gradually throughout the rest of the area as we head through the morning. few radar sprinkles in norwood and newton. can't get confirmation it's hitting the ground yet. but gradually see the rain spreading across the area. over in orange, hint of something coming up this afternoon. future cast, the beginning of all of the rain, and when it will wind down for the rest of your weekend. >> a massachusetts native is dead after a shootout in colorado springs at a planned parenthood. garrett swasey grew up in mel rose and leaves behind a wife and two children. >> swasey was a member of the university of colorado's police department. the university says swasey went to the clinic to help after learning of the shootings. two other people killed in the violence. the gunman now in custody. >> the tragedy has planned
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on high alert this morning. stephanie coueignoux is live from the clinic in boston where police have stepped up patrols. >> reporter: and heather, this planned parenthood is actually closed through the holiday weekend but security remains tight. in fact, taking a look behind me, you can see a police officer, parked outside. in just the last 20 minutes, i spoke with the police officers in that car, they say because of the shooting in colorado, they will be stationed here at least through today if not tomorrow. meantime this morning, we are continuing to learn more about officer garrett swasey. the 44-year-old, as we just told you, grew up in melrose, and according to the boston globe, he went to melrose high school. we also learned he was a pastor at his local church and faith very much a part of his life. according to the hope chamspell website, he helped teach and also played guitar there. also on that website, it says that his wife helped out in the nursery. along with being a police
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officer as well as a pastor, swasey was a nationally ranked figure skater. and he loved all sorts of patriots. now swasey worked as a police officer for the university of colorado in colorado springs. and this morning, the school issued a statement saying their basketball team will hold a moment of silence before each game today. also this morning, we're learning a little bit more about the suspected gunman who police say shot and killed swasey along with two other people. police have now identified him as 59-year-old robert dear. this is video from just after that six hour standoff, when they took him into custody. but this morning, the question still remains, why did he go into that planned parenthood and what was his motive? in all, police say at least eleven people were shot. five of those police officers. and coming up in 30 minutes, we'll let you know exactly how they're doing this morning.
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>> stephanie, thank you. two men accused of assault with intent to murder after a fight over a girl. 21-year-old, brendan stoneham, and 22-year-old, anthony ferratusco accused of meeting two people with a crowbar in reading. the pair appeared in court on friday. they came to auto repair shop on main street, beat up three people and ran off. the suspects knew of the people in the attack we found out in court. >> it's our understanding from speaking with one of the victims today and as well as information we obtained from the police department, the two individuals, two defendants here today, mr. donovan and mr. ferratusco, actually go to school with one of the main victims in this case, they're familiar with each other and essentially this fight was over a girl. >> suspects are beings held on $5,000 bail. >> an illinois judge has denied bail for the man charged in the apparent revenge killing of 9-year-old chicago boy. police say the boy was lured to
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earlier this month and shot several times at close range. in an apparent case of gang related retaliation. chicago's police superintendent has now promised to destroy that gang and its rivals. closer to home this morning, boston police are investigating a fight that happened outside of a popular boston nightclub, involving a player on the philadelphia 76ers. so far no charges have been filed. a man told officers he was the victim of assault and battery in the fight with 36ers center, oakkerfer after he reacted to some heck cling about his team's play. the fight after the team lost to the celtics was, quote, definitely dumb on my part. the oak cafer did play last houstons. >> a package thieve has hit their building several times you
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grab two packages and walk out. also told them that bag is pretty full is so he may be hitting other buildings as well. >> thieves targeting neighborhoods in methuen for the same reason most people choose to live in that neighborhood. you can see those houses are surrounded by the woods. police say the wooded area, though, is what makes it easy homes. police say over the past few weeks, they've gone from two break in calls a week to double that in a day and scary for people in nearby communities who tell fox 25 now every noise coming from the tiger woods makes them worry. >> you don't know what they're doing, if they're just out there for recreation, or if they're out there scoping out the neighborhood. >> police are teaming up, to solve the break ins, they think they could be running there you the woods into other communities. meantime recommending that folks buy alarm systems and motion detectors to scare robbers away. >> right now medford police looking for this man, suspected of breaking into three
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businesses near salem street. if you have seen him, call medford police. meanwhile police in'ston want you to take a look at this man, he's robbed a carly fiorinas on washington street near belmont street, if he looks familiar, call police. >> a man who jumped a fence on thanksgiving, will undergo psychiatric treatment now. police stopping joseph caput toe after he jumped the white house fence on thanksgiving. he left a suicide note for his mother before he did it. prison. >> happening today, the annual santa hat challenge in brockton. organizers claim it's the largest gathering of people wearing santa hats on the planet. paired up with the jimmy fund to research. the fess activities get underway at noon noon today stand paradic cans off at 1 and the amounta
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during the parade. >> a quick update on the road closure in braintree this morning, washington street in braintree is now reopened, this after crews worked overnight to repair damage to a rotted pole. >>and that snapped. it did affect power in nearby businesses but again it's back open now. >> new technology make it easier to keep better track of our vacations but they don't always go as planned. >> a mix up that in this tourist recording his sightseeing from a different point of view. >> plus the the biggest shopping day of the year, helping the little guy afloat. small business saturday a big success around here. >> radar tracking some showers and the area. expect those on and off for our
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>> 7:40 on your saturday morning. happening today, mayor marty walsh will be in roslindale village for small business saturday. today is the day to get out and support local small businesses. this started in 2010. it's a way for small businesses to get some recognition. and foot traffic in between the big day for big box stores. so while you're out scoping the deals for cyber monday, held out and show some love for our local shops.
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thousands of shoppers to our areas. steady stream of deal hunters with full bags. they expected 51,000 people by the close of business. in case you didn't feel like braving those crowds, many of those black friday deals will last throughout the weekend. boston storefronts are getting pricer. a new report ranked boylston street as the 7th most expensive in the u.s. for office space. the main drag has an average rank of more than $76 a square foot. that means landlords can raise prices 1.3 times faster than other cities. the new office building expected to be finished next summer, already has record high leases. a new report says massachusetts could do more to keep back seat passengers safe. the governor's highway safety association says the state is among more than 30 states in the u.s. with weak rear passenger
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in 2013 near '89 hundred people above the age of eight of killed seatbelt. this video detailing an irish man's vacation, is an excellent example of what selfies are supposed to look like. it wasn't supposed to be a selfie. the big problem that's causing it to go viral. plus cars stolen and taken for joy rides. a disturbing trend that's happening in new hampshire. >> shocking. i can't believe these people are getting away with the same crime more than once. >> and it's not because the cars
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it's what you do. you make me feel so spring has sprung. >> time now 7:44. a sudden spike in car thefts reported in manchester new
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stolen in the last two months. kathryn burcham show us how thieves there grow very bold. >> reporter: turned to us for help, wanting the public to know, unlike many car thefts where the doors are left own, in in case, not only locked but also thought they left their keys in a safe place. >> so my credit cards were scattered across the front seat. >> katie is lucky after her new chevy tracks was stolen, she got it back intact but her sense of security is still missing. >> the i feel violated. i feel disrespected. >> reporter: works out regularly at this manchester planet fitness and always makes sure to lock her door and hanging her keys on the members desk. >> and i felt safe hanging my keys because that's what i've done many many times before. two fridays ago she left the treadmill and her keys were missing. >> i come outside and my car was gone. at this point, i was absolutely
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whore fived. >> luckily her car was an active on star system. so she was able to track the suv to nashua, 17 miles away, where police recovered it. manchester police tell fox 25 it's part of a disturbing trend, car thefts increasing by 30 percent from this time last year. and in her case, the suspect's tactics worked so well, police say they did it again this past friday, snatching another planet fitness members keys from the board and taking her car on a joy ride, before dump willing it as a fast food restaurant. >> it's shocking, i can't believe that these people are getting away with the same crime more than once. >> in manchester, i'm kathryn burcham fox 25 news. >> the near miss you need to see, take a look at dash cam video from connecticut state police, two cars broke down in fairfield, when a third car
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comes out of nowhere and plows through one of the is stopped cars and narrowly misses one of the people standing right there. the driver of the speeding car now facing multiple charges. >> a new effort to protect an endangered bird that closes area beaches every year. the federal fish and wild life services looking at a plan to protect the piping clubbers by killing its predators. also want to repay communities that lose money because of the birds during the mating season breeding grounds at state beaches are closed to the public. the state plan ready by next summer. the peenknack kel of this year's fess activities in quincy happening later told. santa and five of his elves, jumping out of a plane and parachuting. this has been tradition. they're expecting a crowd of 5,000 people. this jump is supposed to be happening around 12:30 today.
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this might be our favorite story of the day. it's grabbed the attention. more than 7 million people around the world. an irish couple bought a go pro and they brought it along for their trip to las vegas this year. >> it's what happens when gifts for dad goes wrong. the youtube video shows it all. he face to teach his dad who bought this go pro how to use it. >> that's the view looking down. and that's the twin tower, same as here, that view is looking north. that's up into the desert, utah and arizona, i think. >> the happy irish man. >> i know. >> i think terry said it best, it's seriously a dad thing. obviously the dad never figured out that you're supposed to turn the camera around the other way and the video continues for four minutes, all showing dad's reaction to the trip instead of the sights he thinks we are looking at the video. sure makes for amusing video.
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>> a lot of it. >> now your local forecast from meteorologist rob eicher and the fox 25 storm tracker weather team. >> at least dad is now famous, right. got 64 degrees on the thermometer yesterday afternoon. not a record but well above average. the temperature in the morning was normally what you expect in the middle of the afternoon. not currently coming as the cold front heading this afternoon. you're stepping outside right now, cooler weather, what? it feels great out here. one of those days where the temperature actually false always we head into the afternoon hours. 51 is the current temperature right now in norwood but as we head into the afternoon. not temperatures dip down into the 40s. almost ten degree difference in temperatures between breakfast time and dinner time. much cooler weather as we head into the afternoon. warm part of the weather is now opposite of what you would expect. all of the radar, very light
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rain starting to show up around boston, quincy, dedham, but this rain so light, most of it not actually hitting the ground. a little bit further to the west between leominster, holden, that's where we've got slightly heavier rain, these are moving east, still got another hour or so before the real steady rain actually gets into the boston area. heavier stuff around newburyport. that is moving out and much lighter rain moving in. tapering off there. that's what we're looking at the rest of the day. gradually showers spread south the rest of the area. watch the radar the last couple of hours, not making a whole lot of progress. take it a few hours to get here and take it a few hours to clear out. that's why we're expecting several hours of on and off periods of generally light to moderate rain. added up, doesn't amount to much. even less out to the cape and
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islands. more significant rain coming courtesy of a front system area of low pressure currently hanging around the four corners out west. that will make it in a couple days time. in the meantime, look for the rain to taper off this evening. saturday evening plans, you should be fine. skies gradually clear out overnight tonight. good amount of sunshine for sunday. reinforce ing shot of cooler air on monday. another significant storm system, looks like heavier rain arriving late tuesday, there you see the time. more like tuesday night into wednesday. that storm system currently in the four corners brings us good soaking rain into tuesday into wednesday. that's the seven-day forecast with your weekend always in view. 48 today, 47 tomorrow, chilly start to the workweek on monday. and another shot of rain coming tuesday night into wednesday. >> hope you got outside yelled because it was nice. weather was definitely -- temperatures are going down. >> going to end. >> all good things have to end. >> so the green line extension
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coming up in the next couple of hours, the red flag that some say the t that were overrun years ago. >> bryan salmond takes a look
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>> welcome to saturday morning sports. you know, folks, you're saying there's a chance jamie collins finally on the practice field on friday, even if it was slippeded. collins has been out with undisclosed illness for weeks, while damian amen dole la listed as a sprained knee. limited in practice on friday.
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tom brady knows offense needs all of the help they can get going against denver's tough d. >> they put a lot of pressure on you in their pass rush and a lot of pressure on your skill guys to get open and get coverage. because they don't give you anything. challenge is. they've limited teams to yards, points, turn overs, sacks, first on defense there. they're impressive in every statistic call category. >> live reports from denver today and on sunday. looks like the bruins have righted the ship. four straight wins and six of eight entering friday's contest with the new york rangers. the bruins and the rangers picking it up in the third period this game was tied at 2 and 2. 3-2. under five minutes and bruins charge back, power play off the rebound, ryan spooner, spoon season.
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good season thus far, david krejci gets the season winner. bruins win it. fifth straight win. >> the celtics and the wizards, two games at the garden on friday. it was a great if issues half, putting this game away for the celtics. adrian bradley off the steels. he had 16 points. the celtics were up 17 points. sell lynnger had a great second half. isaiah thomas chipped in with 21. 111-78 win. don't forget tonight. the longest rivalry between needham and wellesley, more than a game. you don't want to miss it. make sure you tune in. bryan salmond, fox 25 sports. >> looking forward to it. an 89-year-old woman false in her home, alone unable to get back up, beginning to feel ill. coming up, the action one delivery driver stock to help
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get there. downtown boston. those sprinkles hitting the camera where our lens -- lens where cameras were located. rain not too far away. track some of those showers for you coming up. >> and mourning over the victims in the paris terrorist attacks not expect. >> of course there's part of us that says maybe it's our fault. maybe we could have done something different. >> still ahead, the grief from one of the family members of the bombers. and what that family member says turned h dunkin's new sweet black pepper bacon sandwich, with double the slices of caramelized crispy pepper bacon. it's the bacon experience you've been waiting for. bacon up.
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>> now on the fox 25 morning news, tracking a cold front, when to expect rain showers in your neighborhood. >> a mel rose native killed in the line of duty after responding to a shooting at a colorado planned parenthood. the security response here in boston this morning. >> a boston toddler finally being laid to rest nearly six months after being found in a bag on deer island. the good-bye to bella bond happening today. >> plus this man facing charges for stealing donations from a donations jar. the tough love from his mother that cracked the case. >> complete new england news coverage. is this is fox morning news. >> thank you so much for watching the "fox 25 news." it is 8 o'clock right now on
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hope you're having a nice saturday morning. >> let's check in with storm tracker meteorologist rob eicher. gloomy weather, rob. radar. shows up on the radar, looks fairly impressive over boston and quincy right now. but this is so light and the airfarely dry so a lot not hitting the ground. checked in with our reporter, stephanie coueignoux in boston. she said, she saw a few sprinkles but nothing showing up outside the windows of fox 25 studios. but off to the west, there's slightly heavier steadier rain. moving east, probably the next half hour or so rain picking up in boston. heavier up in ipswich. basically currently in the 50s. the 40s. one of those days where the temperatures get p get colder as we head into the afternoon. rain should clear as we head to later this evening. few minutes.
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the past three hours, police called off a manhunt that kept them going all night. started around 12:30 this morning. police arrived at a white street, looking for a man in section to an incident in worcester. police searched the area and found a loaded rifle magazine and a survival kilt. they followed the suspect's trail to whatepond where a boat and helicopter were called in. the search was called off when that rowboat was found on the bank of the pond. fox 25 is working to get the man's name and to find out why he is wanted. >> and we want to get back to developing news we've been telling you about. we've learned this morning, that a massachusetts native is dead after a shootout at a colorado springs planned parenthood. and just in the past few minutes. fox 25 has of just confirmed this man, officer garrett swasey grew up in melrose, graduated from melrose high school in 1989. he believes behind a wife and
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>> see was a member of the colorado police department. he went to the clinic to help out after learning of the shooting. two other people were killed in yesterday's violence, the gunman in police custody after a nearly six hour standoff. >> it has planned parenthood across the country in high alert this morning. stephanie coueignoux is in boston planned parenthood this morning, police spent the night patrolling the area. >> reporter: in fact, boston police just telling me on saturday, typically once the clinic opens at 7:30, they do have an officer parked out here. however, the clinic is closed for the holiday weekend. you can see, though, right at the front of the building, a security camera right in front of the entrance. and we counted three here. so security always tight. but even more so this morning in response to that shooting yesterday. in fact, you can see a police car parked there outside. the officer told me they started here yesterday. they're going to be here today.
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and they may even be here tomorrow. for public safety measures. the we're also learning more about officer garrett swasey this morning. and, again, we've learned the 44-year-old, grew up in memory rose, graduated from the high school there in 1989. he eventually moved to colorado. and that's where he and his wife had two children, a son, now 11 years old, and a daughter who is six. yesterday see was on campus at university of colorado in colorado springs when the that shooting happened and he immediately responded. new this morning, police have now identified the suspect as robert lewis deer. it's hard to see from this video, but that is police taking deer into custody. he is 59 years old. and this morning, police still trying to figure out what exactly his motive was. this did all start yesterday afternoon when police say dear walked into the planned parenthood and started shooting. three people died, including
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the two other victims are civilians. at least eleven people were shot, including five police officers. we can report, though, this morning, they are in good condition. and also this morning, we're continuing to learn more about swasey and coming up in 30 minutes, the impact he had in his community and across the nation. in boston, stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> meantime in the wake of the violence in colorado, fox 25 has reach out to the planned parenthood league of massachusetts for comments. the agency sending us this statement, saying in part, quote, our top priority is the safety of our patients and staff. and the statement goes onto say, planned parenthood has strong security measures in place, works closely with law enforcement agencies and has a very strong safety record. when the news first abroke, we alerted you with our news app. you can download that app now. it is free to do so. we'll continue to bring you updates on television and on myfoxboston.com.
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>> new this morning, fox 25 is working to get more information about a body found in the connecticut river. the woman's body turned up friday under the vietnam memorial bridge. part of route 116 that connects south hadley with holyoke. a car belonging to a missing chicopee woman found in the same area this week. 61-year-old januariness camerlin went missing tuesday. around 6 o'clock last night chicopee police updated a post to the facebook page, they believe camerlin has been found but waiting on word from the medical examiner's office. it does not directly link camerlin to the body found in the river. >> three people dead, 20 hurt, four of them seriously hurt after an attack at the united nations base in northern mali. the u.n. says two peace keeper and a contractor all killed by a motor attack around 10 p.m. our time. right now, no one has claimed responsibility. we'll keep tracking this story for you as well. and two weeks after the paris attacks, one woman
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terrorists as a sensitive and shy child. the police say samy amimour blew himself up after storming the bataclan concert hall with two other gunmen. now that 28-year-old sister of samy amimour tells us their actions. the interview did not show her face and referring to simply as anna. anna says she spoke last with her brother in august and at the time he made sure to send his love to their parents and the family cat. >> to me, there is no link. it's almost like it's not him. there's no chance. i know it's real. but of course there's part of us that says maybe it's our fault. maybe we could have done something different. maybe. just maybe. >> anna is blaming the internet and visits from radical muslims from turning her brother's beliefs. she says when samy amimour went to syria to join isis, their
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father went after him, tried to incidence well him to come home. 130 people killed during the paris attacks, 39 of them at the bataclan. this morning, the hunt continues for the man who the shot and killed a family man one day before his birthday. died thanksgiving morning outside of a bar near fenway park. just left a private event and hit by a strayed bullet. so far they haven't made any arrests and looking at surveillance video in hopes of finding a lead. instead of celebrating this milestone birthday, terry's family was left trying to comfort one another. >> he had a full life. he's always happy. he's a happy guy. always tried to get the family together. it's a deep loss for us. >> terry came to the united states from haiti and worked as a conductor on the mbta commuter rail. a friend tells fox 25 he was the bread wenner for the family, buying them a home. >> time now 8:08. and today, the toddler once
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buried next to her paternal grandmother. a private funeral will be held in winthrop this morning for bella bond. accomodation after six months after her body the earned up in a trash bag on deer island. bella's mother and boyfriend facing charges in the two-year-old's murder. both have pleaded not guilty. >> a rochester man is charged with exposing himself and committing a lewd act on a bus. he has been convicted before of the same crime, that makes the latest arrest a felony if convicted. he is out on bail and due back in court in january. >> a criminal's mother forced a man to turn himself over to police. surveillance video captured the man taking jimmy fund donations. his mother got one look at that video and recognized the man in it. it was her son. she told him if he didn't go to police, she would. >> turn himself in because his mother had seen his picture on the news and it was the right
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thing to do. >> wow, well, when police asked him why he took the money, he simply said, i don't know. he's now out on bail. that jar he's accused of taking had about 84 $84 inside of it. meant to help pediatric cancer patients. no word on whether that money has been recovered. the debate over drug addiction is heating up this season. the debate taking shape in the first new hampshire primary. new hampshire sees one overdose related death a die. hopefuls from both political parties want to see more treatment resources available. >> you're not going to be hanging out on street corners doing drugs. and when we do that, we not only save human lives by the thousands, we also save tax payers money. >> we have no tolerance for the dealing and the violence and all the rest, and for those of you
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who become addicted that we're going to do the best we can to get you treatment. >> the epidemic expands beyond new hampshire's borders, earlier this week, massachusetts governor charlie baker signed a new law banning the trafficking of either than natural, that's an opiate 50 timelies more powerful than heroin. >> braintree working to get everyone back from the mess this morning. washington street in braintree is back open. a rotted pole snapped and took down a pair of other poles on washington street. forcing crews to spend the night working to fix everything. but just within the past 45 minutes, we learned that washington street has reopened to traffic. again, electric crews, still working this morning to get everyone's power back online. we'll keep you posted. a delivery man being called a hero this morning. he was making his rounds when he found an elderly woman hurt. why he says he didn't think twice about stopping what he was doing and springing into action.
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woman as they waited for help to arrive. >> plus a project expected to cost a billion dollars more than originally planned. what drove up the cost of the mbta green line expansion and what the some believe could reign in those costs. >> showing had rain across the
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use future >> fox 25 investigates uncovered a never seen before report revealing the mbta knew the cost of the green line expansion could skyrocket. that first warning came more than four years ago. this morning, mbta estimated a billion dollars in overrun cost. now some say the t backed itself into a financial corner. >> they ignored the warning. >> reporter: warnings that the cost to expand the green line could balloon. fox 25 investigates uncovered reports that shows the warning first came in 2011. >> one of the is documents that i read that you uncovered was the most amazing of all, was just a straight out warning that the method that they're using is going to result in only one bidder. >> greg sullivan of the pioneer institute which has been studying the green line project, says one bidder means no
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competition, no incentive to control costs. the mbta did not open the expansion project to bid. instead it cho his a company that would design and construct it. the light rail project is a four and a half mile extension of green line tracks that starts at least near station in cambridge. one extension heads up to tufts university at college avenue. the second to union square in somerville, one of the most densely populated cities in the area. >> we were looking forward to the green line extension happening as soon as possible. >> kaitlin jewel, co-owner of the somerville brewing company says it's one reason they picked their location six months ago, proximity to the new union square symptom. >> it will be tremendously hemful from to our building, if they can reach us from the green line extension. >> reporter: construction started in january. by august it was in jeopardy. construction groom, whites, nearly doubled the cost of the next phase of the project. the mbta now estimates the total costs around $3 billion.
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the freedom of information request, fox 25 investigates obtained previously redacted risk assessment report prepared for the federal transportation administration in 2011, it raised red flags about the scope of the project. it called the project, quote, fairly complex and said that certain elements were out of the direct control of the contractor as well as the mbta. the final risk assessment report issued last fall, notes the lack of competition as potential for additional bit risk. because there's only one bidder. >> i served the state inspector general. let me tell you what one bidder means, no i'd bidder. >> reporter: there there any incentives for this company to check. >> the problem is there's not indent centive >> reporter: which pushed for the green line expansion. >> the competitive bid project, should reduce the costs to hundreds of millions of dollars. >> so we contacted the construction group to ask about cost overruns they referred all
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questions to mbta. the mbta declined to answer any questions about the process, citing an ongoing independent review. the mbta fiscal control board is expected to discuss the findings of that review next week. >> switching gears, despite the spring like weather, ski resorts around the area are ready for the winter season already. it sure looked like a winter oneker land at jiminy peak in the berkshires check out all of those skids on the ski lifts. that new courtesy of a snow machine of course. however, those snow machines are up and running in wachusett mountain and principal son is also open and plans on making more snow they tell us as it gets colder. two more resorts also opening out this week, in western mass. ski butter nut in great barrington and cata mount in the berkshires also opens a week from today. >> meteorologist, rob eicher and the fox 25 storm tracker weather team. >> a lot more opportunities to make some snow here in the next couple of nights.
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i know you're thinking, a cool, damp saturday. what are you talking about? it's very mild out there. for now it is. in the afternoon hours, you'll it is in the difference. tomorrow is better of the two weekend days, expecting a lot more sunshine for your sunday. the cooling trend continues into monday. that will make it one of the coldest days of the seven-day forecast, also a chilly start to the workweek and what a difference a day makes, 64 yesterday of afternoon. not a record breaker but well above average in portsmouth got up to 65, only 40s this afternoon. so almost a 20 degree difference from what we had out there yesterday afternoon to what we're expecting little later on this afternoon. 52 is the current temperature right now in lawrence. but today, again, one of those kind of unusual days where the temperature actually false as you get into the afternoon hours. almost 10 degree difference between your breakfast time temperatures and dinner time temperatures. rain should taper off just in time for dinner time. speaking of that rain, exterior
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light stuff, some sprinkles in boston. sprinkles just started in dedham at the fox 25 studios. get down to scituate and brockton, it is dry for now. meanwhile, just barely off to the west, between waltham and boylston, some slightly heavier steadier rain, the radar starts to fill in a little more here. and those showers are moving ooems. bottom line, i expect the rain to pick up a built as we head through the next half hour in boston. by far the most rain up in new hampshire. manchester getting moderate to heavy rain at this you are show. pushing east towards danville and raymond. the rain totals in new hampshire will be more impressive when this is all said and done. all part of a frontal boundary, rain on this side of the front. on the other side of the front, snow showers, not expecting snow here, but just gives you an idea of how cool the weather is on the other side of the front. future cast showing the rain gradually spreading across the rest of the area as we head through the morning. this is a slow moving front.
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it may not be until late this morning or early this afternoon. a few more hours to go before that rain makes it way down to the south coast. and that rain continues on and off in the afternoon hours. off. plans saturday evening leave that umbrella at home. you won't need it. temperatures, again, 4 o'clock, 46 degrees in boston. much cooler this afternoon than what we've got out there now. skies continue to clear just about every where overnight. and islands. still expecting it to be cloudier there. overnight temperature down to 28 in bed ford. 35 in bon of. much cooler tonight than what we've had the last couple of nights. 47 that's our high temperature on sunday. weekend always in view on that seven-day forecast. a lot more sunshine on sunday. so probably the better of the two weekend days. chillier start to the weekend weeks. tuesday night into wednesday, rain could be more grant. >> happening today, a local garden center needs your help making the holidays a little brighter for the men and women
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it has its annual tree for troops drive. for $30, you can send a tree and a card to show appreciation for their service. this year, the trees are going to military bases in the northeast. the program runs until december 5th when the trees will be cut down from a farm in nova skoesh ask sha and shipped out. head to any mahoneys garden center to participate. home break ins on a rise. what the thieves have in target with homeowners they're targeting and why police in three different communities are teaming up to solve the crime. >> plus a highly unusual bust in ohio. you'll want to is see this, a suspect in custody after quite the chase.
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should i say what, officers >> new this morning. this is one of the stories you need to see the pictures to believe it. police in a cleveland suburb, called north ridgeville, played quite the unusual arrest recently. >> and then they posted all about it on facebook. so see for yourself. a kangaroo. hanging out in the middle of the road. foster showed up early yesterday morning. >> and it took three officers to wrangle him. in one picture, he looks like he's ready to duke it out with
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his arms up there. according to the police department, kangaroos are legal in that city with the proper permits. who knew, kangaroos in ohio. but glad they were able to catch him. he was due to deliver a package but ended up saving an elderly woman. >> half an hour ago, our camera lens was dry but look closely a couple of drops of rain. >> plus two men accused of attacking three people with a
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>> complete new england news coverage continues right now, this is fox 25 morning news. >> a massachusetts native is dead after a shooting at a colorado planned parenthood clinic. officer garrett swasey grew up in melrose and graduated from melrose high school in 1989. he was a police officer at the university of colorado. and the school says when he learned of a gunman at the planned parenthood, he didn't hesitate, heading to help the clinic and anyone inside, as well as fellow officers. fox 25 stephanie coueignoux has more on his local ties coming up. good morning, it's 8:30 on saturday, on november 28th, i'm kerry kavanaugh. >> i'm heather hegedus. here's storm tracker weather meteorologist, rob eicher. a lot to talk about in the
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weather department. >> one of those days you wake up and it's warm, and afternoon hours, it's cold. rain showers spreading across the area right now. moving west to east, as you can probably tell and very very slowly making progress to the south. break point right now scituate down to brockton. for now dry but gradually the showers will spread across the rest of the area here in the next couple of hours. the folks in norwood, the light rain will pick up in the next half hour. heaviest by far, portsmouth, moderate rain in that area. temperatures very very mild most of us waking up to mid 50s. in the afternoon cooling up. we'll time out exactly when this rain ends and the rest of your weekend with future cast coming up in a few minutes. now. a massachusetts native is dead after a shootout at the colorado springs planned parenthood.
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the last hour that this man, officer garrett swasey grew up in melrose, graduating melrose high in 1989. one of the heros of the tragedy. he leaves behind a wife and two children. >> as we've been telling you throughout the morning, see was a member of the university of colorado police department. >> the tragedy at planned parenthood, around the country on high alert. stephanie coueignoux is outside a boston clinic this morning. where police have stepped up patrols. >> reporter: and heather that's in response to yesterday's shooting in colorado. taking a look behind me, you can see a police car parked outside. in fact, i was speaking with officers earlier. they told me they first arrived yesterday just after that shooting. they will, here today.
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taking security very seriously. as you can imagine. meanwhile, as we're continuing to learn more about officer swasey. the 44-year-old did grow up in melrose, he graduated high school there. and we've also learned he was a pastor at his church and faith very much a part of his life. according to the hope chapel website, swasey helped teach there and he also played guitar there. the also according to the website, his wife helped out in the nursery. and not just that, he was a police officer, he was a pastor, but we've also learned see was a nationally ranked figure skater and loved sports. swasey worked as a police officer at the university of colorado in colorado springs. and this morning, the school issued a statement, saying their basketball teams will hold a moment of silence before each game today. also, tonight, they are going to be holding a candlelight vigil for swasey and the two other
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victims on campus. and this morning, we're learning more about the gunman who police say shot and killed swasey and the two other people. they've now identified him as 59-year-old robert deer. and this is video right there after that six hour standoff finished and you can actually see police taking deer into custody. this morning, though, the question remains why did he go into planned parenthood, what was his motive, why did he start shooting there. we do know at least eleven people in all were shot, five of those police officers. and coming up in 30 minutes, the latest update on how those survivors are doing this morning. in boston, stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> stephanie, thank you. two men accused with assault with intent to murder after a fight over a girl. 21-year-old brendan donovan and 21-year-old anthony ferratusco
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reading. they came to an auto repair on main street that afternoon beat up three people and then ran off. in court we learned the suspects knew the people they attacked. >> it's our understanding from speaking with one of the victims who is here today as well as other information we've obtained from the police department that defendants here today, mr. donovan and mr. ferratusco actually go to school with one of the named victims in this they're familiar with each other. and essentially this fight was over a girl. >> the judge held the suspects on a 5,000 dollar bail. >> this morning, boston police are investigating a fight that boston nightclub. involving one of the players on the philadelphia 76ers. filed. but a man told boston he it was the victim of assault and battery in a fight that involved sixers center, oak cafer. after the nba player reacted to some heck cling about his team's poor play.
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oak cafer said the fight after the team lost to celtics is, quote, definitely dumb on my part. and oak cafer was able to play against the rockets last night in houston. >> police asking for help in catching a thief who was grabbed two packages and walked out. you can see the bag he's carrying looks pretty full. so the residents think he may be hitting other buildings as well. >> for the same reason people choose to live there. this video shows how houses are surrounded by trees there. and police say the woods behind those homes make it easier for robbers to target the homes. they've gone from two break in calls a week to double that in a day. it's scary even for people who live in nearby community, as they tell fox 25, every noise coming from the tiger woods makes them worry. >> you don't know what they're
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for recreation or if they're out there scoping out the neighborhood. >> team in the neighborhood, teaming up with hafr rill and to help solve the robberies. meanwhile they're recommending alarm systems and motion detectors to scare robbers away. >> this man suspected of breaking into three businesses near salem street. if you've seen him, call police. >> police in easton want you to take a look at this man. washington street near belmont street, if he looks familiar to you, asked to call easton police. >> on monday, a danvers teenagers accused of raping and murders his teacher, it was put on trial. the jury was shown this picture of chism covered in blood outside of the high school bathroom. where teacher colleen writser was raped and murdered.
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surveillance video here of which is simple buying a movie ticket with ritzer's credit card shortly after the murder. the judge says the trial is ahead of schedule now and the case could be handed to the jury within a few weeks. and the man who jumped the white house fence is to spend thanksgiving in secret service custody. will now undergo a psychiatric evaluation. the secret service immediately stopped joseph caput toe after he hopped the fence thursday. court documents show he left a suicide note and the message for his mother before he did it. caput toe will be back in court monday. and he could spend up to a year in prison. >> 8:37. and happening today, the annual santa hat challenge in brockton. organizers say it's the largest gathering of people wearing santa hats on the planet. and this year teamed up with the jimmy fund to hem fund pediatric cancer research. the parade kicks off at 1. and that santa hat challenge
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>> new technology is making it easier to keep better records of our vacations. but things don't always go as planned. >> that's the view looking down. whoa. >> a mix up that had this tourist recording his sight seeing journey from the wrong point of view. >> plus sandwiched between some of the biggest shopping days of the year all in support of the little guy. next the local effort to make small business saturday a big success today. >> radar indicating some moderate to heavy rain, some of the heaviest we have out there
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>> time now 8:41. the happening today, mayor marty walsh will be in roslindale village for small business saturday. we all know about black friday and cyber monday. but today is the day to get out and support local small businesses. the initiative started in 2010. it's a way for small businesses to get some recognition as well. and foot traffic in between the big days for the big box retailers. so while you're out scoping out deals for cyber monday or out at the stores today, head out to the local shops too and show some love for them. black friday deals drew tens of thousands of shoppers to south shore plaza. shows early birds with bundles. steady stream of deal hunters. they expected 51,000 people by the close of. in case you didn't feel like
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braving those crowds. many deals will last throughout the weekend. >> good to know. this video showing an irish man's vacation is an excellent example of what selfies should look like. the big problem with the recording that's causing it to go viral. >> a self described delivery man now hailed a hero. >> remember the delivery man standing in my open back door to the breezeway, and saying to me, it's all right, i'll take care of you.
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. >> it was a case of perfect timing in quincy that had a delivery driver being hailed a hero. he raced to an elderly woman's rescue when he saw her lying on the floor.
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fox 25 bob ward spoke with the pair about the terrifying experience. >> bump right there on the top of my head. >> it's been a couple of weeks but marilyn is still feeling the affects of a bad fall she took? her quincy kitchen. >> i still have dizziness at times. >> reporter: but things could've been much worse had it not been for this man, iran, he was dropping off a package as she was stepping off a step stool trying to get something out of a cabinet. >> i must have blacked out. >> reporter: when you first saw her, were you scared? >> yes, i was, it never happened with me. oh, my gosh, what do i have to do do. >> reporter: one of the first things he did, was call for helpful he didn't just stay, he comforted her until an ambulance arrived. but before help arrived, marilyn got sick, so iran moved marilyn onto her side and cleaned her up.
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>> he rolled me over on my side so i wouldn't choke any more. >> for marilyn, what iran did was nothing short of a thanksgiving miracle. >> i am very thankful for him. he really saved my life. >> reporter: but don't call high ran a hero, he tells me, he's just doing his job. >> my mother is old too. if somebody do that for my mother. i'm really happy. so at that time, i was thinking my mother. >> reporter: high ran was originally from brazil, he's been in the state for 30 years and works for a delivery company. he doesn't get to see his mother very often because she's still in brazil, but he says he's now made a lifelong friend in marilyn. in quincy, bob ward, fox 25 news. >> know your local forecast, meteorologist, rob eicher and the fox 25 storm tracker weather team. >> yesterday's 64 degree weather will seem like a distant memory as we head into the afternoon
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hour. that was not a record but well above average. check this out our actual low temperature yesterday morning was the exact same number you would expect to have for a high temperature in the middle of the afternoon. but our temperatures will get a lot more closer to normal, a lot closer to what you expect, by the end of the weekend. right now, sitting at 57 in boston. 52 the current temperature in plymouth. this is one of those unusual days where the temperature gets colder and colder as you get into the afternoon hours. obviously normally the morning part of the day is cooler part and the afternoon is warmer
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little bit heavier, as you get over to framingham and worcester. i do think some of that will spread into the boston area here shortly. the rain inside 128 will pick up in the next half hour. by far the heaviest rain up near portsmouth and hampton, got a little more to go. another 20 minutes of good steady soaking rain expected in that area. all part of a frontal boundary that will very very slowly work its way south to the rest of the area today. even though we're expecting on and off periods of rain until about 4 o'clock. because the rain is light, we're not expecting a whole lot overall. 10th, maybe a quarter of an inch in the boston area. a little heavier up towards nashua new hampshire where it's been heavier all day. down to the cape and islands a lot less. a lot of rain today, but when you add it all up, it doesn't add to to much. because it's generally light stuff. around the four corners, an area of low pressure, this will be
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us more significant rain fall tuesday into wednesday. rain starts to wind down into afternoon hours. a good bit of sunshine for our sunday. a blast of reinforcing cold air for monday. monday will be the cold part of the seven-day forecast. most of tuesday will be dry. there you see the timeline. tuesday night, rain starts to pick up and we're expecting it to be heavy at times tuesday night into wednesday. that pretty much sums up your seven-day forecast. again, rain tape perking off today by 4 o'clock. gradual clearing tonight. rest of your weekend always in view. 47 tomorrow. chilly on monday. another round of rain coming your way, tuesday night into wednesday. >> thank rob. this morning, the near miss you need to see. dash cam video from connecticut state police. two cars stopped in the break down lane of i-95 in fairfield. a third car comes running through, out of nowhere, plows through the stopped cars narrowly missing the people standing by. this happened around 1 o'clock yesterday morning. no one was hurt. the truck driver of the speeding
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scar, now facing multiple charges. >> amazing that that -- >> he's got the camera pointed the wrong way, dad, come on. the video continues for about four minutes in all. showing dad's reaction to the trip. instead of the sights he's seeing. chevy chase, i think this will be a national lampoons moment. >> i like it. all right, dad.
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>> construction project is turning into something incredibly special for families battling pediatric cancer. still ahead, the simple message of strength coming from these spray painted names. >> but next, fox 25 bryan salmond is here to take a look at how the patriots offense is
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long list . >> welcome to saturday morning sports. you know, folks, you're saying there's a chance jamie collins on the practice field on friday, even if it was limited, collins has been out with an undisclosed illness for weeks while danny amendola, officially listed as questionable with a sprained knee. danny was limited in practice on friday.
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respond to the quick turn around. tom brady knows the offense needs all of the help they can get going against denver's tough d. >> put a lot of pressure on you in the pass rush and then a lot of pressure on your skilled guys to get open in coverage. because they don't give you anything. and that's where the real charge is. they've limited teams to yards, points, turn overs, sacks, first on defense. they're impressive in every statistical category. >> i have live reports from denver today and on sunday. looks like the bruins have righted the shim. four straight wins ander specialing friday's contest with the new york rangers. the brew win thes and the rangers picking up in the third period. this game was tied at two until on the power play jt miller puts the rangers up 3-2. bruins charge back, power play, ryan spooner, fifth of the season, and two minutes later,
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pretty good season thus far, david krejci gets the game winner, ninth of the season. 4-3, the bs fifth straight win. the celtics and the wizards, two games at the garden on friday. games's first half. put the game away for themselves. bradley, off the he will who. he had 17. celtics were up 17 points. jared sullinger had a great second half. the cs make it two wins at the garden's on friday. don't forget tonight, tom line explores the longest public school rivalry in the country between needham and wellesley. more than a game. you don't want to miss it. make sure you tune in. bryan salmond, fox 25 sports. >> time now 8:55. and cleaves are breaking into cars specifically targeting local gyms. so coming up, one thing police
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>> we started the day, or actually some rays of sunshine in this picture. looking fairly gray now. that's probably how we'll spend the rest of the day. look at the temperatures, 57 degrees. don't get stew too dulls used to that. >> part of us that says maybe it's our fault. maybe we could have done something different. >> still ahead, the grief from
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>> now, on the fox 25 morning news, we're tracking a cold front. when to expect rain showers in your neighborhood. >> a melrose native, killed in the line of duty. after responding to a shooting at a colorado planned parenthood. the security response here in boston this morning. >> a boston toddler finally being laid to rest after six months found in a bag on deer island. the good-bye to bella bond happening today. >> this man facing charges for stealing from a donations jar. the tough love from the mother that cracked the case. >> complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is fox 25 morning news. >> and thank you so much for news. 28th. hope you're having a nice holiday weekend. i'm heather hegedus. >> good saturday morning, i'm kerry kavanaugh.
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most of us waking up to a cloudy but mild morning. but fox 25 storm tracker weather meteorologist rob eicher tracking cooler weather and rain already underway, rob. >> rain kind of spreading across the rest of the area, throughout the morning hours. have been dry up until just recently. now we're starting to see their showers slowly spread south working across the south shore. fairly light rain across the immediate boston area. further west, between framingham and worcester, a little heavier and these showers are moving east. do expect the rain to pick up a touch in born. but still by far the heaviest shower in yellow across new hampshire and that's where we could see maybe a half an inch by the end of the day when this is all said and done. temperaturewise, mid 50s right now the in boston. 47 in orange. give you a hint of things to come. one of those days the afternoon is cooler than the morning. future cast will time out exactly when the rain will come to an end. >> rob, thank you. breaking news in the last three hours, police scald off a lesser manhunt that kept them
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out all night. 12:30, when police arrived at a house in connection to an incident in worcester. police searched the area, and found this, a loaded rifle, magazines and a survivor kit. followed him to wade pond where a wet and helicopter were called in. stole a rowboat to get away. the search was called off after that rowboat was found on the bank of the pond. fox 25 is working to get the was wanted. >> developing this morning, a massachusetts native is dead after a shootout at a colorado springs planned parenthood. and fox 25 has confirmed for you this morning, that this man, officer garrett swasey grew up in melrose, he graduated from mel rose high in 1989. he leaves behind a wife and two children. >> stwaz see was a member of the department. he went to the clinic to help after learning of the shooting. two orthopedic people were killed in yesterday's violence. this morning, the gunman is in
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police custody after a nearly six hour long standoff. >> the tragedy has planned parenthoods all around the country on high alert this morning. stephanie coueignoux is outside the boston clinic for us this morning. where police have spent the night controlling the area. >> reporter: and heather, planned parenthood of massachusetts saying that they are taking security very seriously. right here behind me, i want to direct your attention to this surveillance camera right at the front entrance. this is just one of three surveillance cameras here. but not only that, take a look. outside. a second joining the first in just the last half hour. this is all in response to colorado. but this morning, we're also learning more about officer garrett swasey. again, we've learned the 44-year-old grew up in melrose and went to high school there. he eventually moved to colorado. and that's where he and his wife had two children, a son now 11
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and a daughter who is six years old. yesterday, swasey was on campus at the university of colorado when that shooting happened and he immediately responded. also this morning, we're learning police have now identified the suspected gunman as robert lewis deer. and from this video it is a little hard to see, but this is video of police taking deer into custody after that standoff. he is 59 years old. but this morning, police still trying to figure out what his motive was. afternoon. when police say deer walked into the planned parenthood and started shooting. three people died. including swasey. the two other victims are civilians. at least eleven other people were shot. including five police officers. this morning, they are in good condition. and also this morning, the white house just releasing a statement from president obama.
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actions of swasey, saying that police officers like himself put their lives in danger every day and he said that his thoughts and prayers are with the swasey family during this very difficult time. we're also learning more about swasey this morning. coming up in 30 minutes, his impact here in the community and around the nation. in boston, stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> in the wake of the is violence in colorado, fox 25 has reached out to the planned parenthood league of massachusetts as well. and the agency sending us this statement, saying in part, quote, our top priority is the safety of our patients and staff. and the statement goes onto say, planned parenthood has strong security measures in place. works closely with law enforcement agencies and has a very strong safety record. when the news of the shooting first broke, we did first alert you on our news app and you can download the fox 25 news app if you don't have it already for free in i tunes store. we'll continue to bring you any new developments on this story
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on television and on myfoxboston.com this morning. >> new this morning, fox 25 is working to get more information about a body found in the connecticut river. the woman's body turned up friday under the vietnam memorial bridge. that bridge is part of route 116 and connects south hadley with holyoke. the car belonging to a missing chicopee woman was found in the same area earlier this week. 61-year-old janice camerlin went missing tuesday. the around 6 last night, chicopee police posted an update to their facebook page, believe camerlin has been found but waiting on word from the medical examiner's office. it does not directly link this to camerlin or her body in the river. >> police breaking news overseas this morning. three people dead, 20 hurt, four of them seriously hurt. after an attack at a united nations base in northern mali. the u.n. said two keepers and a contractor all attacked in a motor attack. right now no 2001 claimed responsibility but stay on top
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also two weeks after the paris terrorist attacks a woman is now remembering one of the terrorist as a sensitive and shy child. police say samy amimour blew himself up after storming the bataclan concert hall with two other gunmen. now the 28-year-old sister of the terrorist tells cnn her family is devastated to learn of his actions. to protect her identity, during an interview cnn did not show this woman's face, they referred to her as anna. anna saysed she had last spoken with her brother back in august and at the time, he made sure to send his love to his parents and a family cat. >> to me, there is no link. it's almost like it's not him. there's no chance. i know it's real but of course there's part of us that says, maybe it's our fault. maybe we could have done something different. maybe. just maybe. >> anna blames the internet and visits from radical muslims for
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turning her broker's beliefs. she said when he went to syria to join isis their father went after him to try to convince him to come home. in all 130 people killed in the bataclan. this morning, continue to hunt for a man killed before his 30th birthday. he died outside a bar near fenway bark. he had just left a private event and was hit by a stray bullet. so far police haven't made any arrest. but looking at sufrlts video in hopes to find a lead. yesterday instead of celebrating a milestone birthday, his family was left to try to comfort one another. >> he had a full life. he's always happy. a happy guy. always try to get the family together. it's a deep loss for us. >> carrie came to the united states from haiti and worked as a conductor on the mbta commuter rail. tells fox 25 he was a breadwinner for his family and even bought them a home.
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doe will be buried next to her paternal grandmother. a private funeral will be held in winthrop this morning for bella bond, nearly six months after her body showed up in a trash bag on deer island. bella la's mother and her boyfriend have have been charged in this crime. >> the 53-year-old robert moral has been convicted before of the same crime. that makes this latest arrest a felony if convicted. moral is out on bail and due back in court in january. >> an ultimatum from an accused criminal's mother forced a man to turn himself over to nor wood police this week. surveillance video captain churg the police right here, as he took the jar filled with the jimmy fund donations from a convenience store on thanksgiving of all days. his mother got one look at that video you just saw and recognized the man in it.
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told her son, if he didn't go to police, she would. >> turn himself in because his mother had seen his picture on the news and it was the right thing to do. >> when police asked him why he took the money, he simply said, i don't know. he is now out on bail and that jar he's accused of taking had about 84 disease inside meant to help children with cancer. no word on whether that money has been recovered yet. >> the debate over drug addiction heating up this season. the controversy taking shame in the state with the first primary. new hampshire sees one drug related overdose a day. hopefuls from both preliminary parties want to see more resources available. >> you're not going to be hanging out on street corners doing drugs. and when we do that, we not only save human lives by the thousands, we also save tax payers money.
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>> we center no tolerance for the dealing and the violence and all the rest. and for those of you who become addicted, that we're going to do the best we can to get you treatment. >> the epidemic expands beyond new hampshire's borders, early this week, massachusetts governor charlie baker signed a new law, banning the trafficking of sent minnol, an opiate 50 times more powerful than heroin. >> braintree working to get power back to some people after this mess yesterday. a rotted pole snapped and took washington street. the crews spent the night working to repair everything. washington street has since reopened to traffic earlier this morning. a disturbing trend hitting new hampshire neighborhoods, coming up the new tactics car thieves are using to get into locked cars. >> plus a simple show of support for families going through one of life's greatest hardships. >> probably cried for a couple of hours.
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>> coming up, the reason these spray painted names mean so much to the parents of children suffering with cancer. >> radar showing rain showers slowly spreading across the area. use future cast to time this out where the holidays were about people again. referred to loved ones pouring through the front door. and the four-letter word that defined the season was l-o-v-e and not s-a-l-e. what if the only reason to wake up at 3 a.m. was to spot a reindeer in the sky? and coupons were only used
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>> a gesture by a construction crew at a local hospital is giving skids with cancer a reason to smile. workers spray painting the is names of children battling brigham & women's, giving strength to those families. spoke with several parents to explain why this simple gesture means so much. >> it may not seem like most, but this steel beam, spray painted with the names of kitdz battling cancer is a huge message of support. >> i probably cried for a couple of hours. and then it just started being so awesome seeing the other parents so excited about it. >> reporter: after nearly two years of chemotherapy, surgery, radiation and a stem cell transplant. 5-year-old brooklyn russell finally learned there's no sign of neuroblastoma in her body. her name was spray painted first by family friend artie mccray. then suffolk construction added a few more. including lisa mick cleary's
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2-year-old sonic colhas. >> it's huge. while i never wanteds name on something like that before. he is battling a life-threatening illness like all of these children out here. dexter. >> it made me so happy. it. every day is a heart ache bah i have beenly and the when you see something like this, it makes your day so much better. >> it now bears more than 200 names of patients. >> it's a level of hope and good feeling, it's an inspiration. >> reporter: brigham & women's and suffolk construction, say they're committed to pry support to families during hospital visits as they finish up the cafeteria expansion project. >> the beam will remain exposed for approximately the next month. in that time, we look to add as many names as we can if it on there. >> little things like this, it's crazy, it's crazy. it makes you feel good. >> reporter: all of these moms who call themselves momcologists
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are trying to organize as many names as they can so they can add them to this steel beam in the next few weeks. in boston, christine mccarthy, fox 25 news. >> awesome thing they're doing there. despite the spring like weather, ski resorts around the area are ready for the season already. jiminy peak in hancock looked like a winter wonderland there. that snow courtesy of a snow machine, but those snow machines are working. and in wachusett mountain in princeton, also got the snow machines running. plans on making more snow as it gets colder. two other resorts opening this week, ski butter nut in great barrington opens friday. appeared catamount also in berkshires opens. >> expect some company on the road as you head home from your thanksgiving travels. fourth busiest travel day of the he can would. to give you an idea, a look at the stats on last year,
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hit the road this day last year. and this year, aaa says even more people expected to travel by car. so plan ahead and prepare for stop and go out there on the roads. >> and if your travel involves flying, more frustrating news now. a new report shows flyers aren't spending more time stuck on the tarmac than they did two decades ago. the team crunched the numbers and found ground delays at u.s. airports are on the rise. to give you an idea, a an average plane spends just shy of taking off. and that marks the longest wait time since the government began tracking taxi times. in 1959. >> happening today at local garden center needle your help making the holidays a little brighter for the men and women who everybody is. troops drive. pour $30, you can send a tree and a card for appreciation for their service. this year, they're going to military bases right here in northeast. the is program runs until december 5th, when the
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from a farm in nova scotia and shipped out. head to any mahoney's farms to participate. >> now your forecast, from rob eicher and the storm tracker weather team. >> it will start to feel a little more like the holiday season as we head through the rest of the weekend. the cooler air is coming later on this afternoon. much better weather expected for sunday. days. more sunshine. monday. that will end to a chilly start to the workweek. and a big difference in the last 24 hours. 64 degrees yesterday afternoon in boston. 65 in portsmouth. temperatures this morning in the 50s. this afternoon in the 40s. almost 20 degree difference from yesterday afternoon to what we're expecting this afternoon. 54 the current temperature in boston.
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days where the afternoon will be colder. temperatures in the 40s later on this afternoon. many areas the dinner time temperatures will be about 10, 12 degrees warmer than what you had at breakfast this morning. rain showers are slowly spreading south, just now reaching bourne and sandwich, continue to spread across the cape here in the next hour or two. rain generally fairly light stuff. on the radar, more moderate rain fall, by far the heaviest stuff has been up in new hampshire, portsmouth over tenth of an inch just in the last hour. parts of the cape will not see a tenth of an inch the entire day. to the greater rain fall totals will be from manchester up to portsmouth as we head through the rest of the day. most of us the a tenth of an inch or less for the day in total. all due to a cronly. on the other side of the front, notice a few snow showers, we are not expecting the snow here. an idea of the temperature difference from one side of the front to the other. the front will bring us cooler weather as we head through the
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look for the rain showers to kind of continue off and on through most of the day. then about 4, 5 o'clock. the rain will start to taper off. do you have evening plans for your saturday. probably keep that umbrella at home. i do think the rain will be out of here by 4, 5 o'clock. look at the temperatures, 45 degrees in boston. evening temperatures a lot cooler than this morning. clouds hanging tough for most of the night. and gradually start to clear out everywhere except the cape and islands. still cloudy there tonight. most of us see a clearing trend through the overnight hours. the 27 in fitchburg, down to 35 in boston. temperatures tonight colder than last night. rest of the weekend always in view in that seven-day forecast. 47 tomorrow. 40 on monday. monday definitely the chilly day on that seven-day forecast. next chance of rain coming tuesday night into wednesday. that one could be a little more significant. talk more about that in the next half hour. >> see you then rob. thank you. home break ins on the rise in
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one local city. what the thieves have in common with the homes they're targeted. why police in three different communities teaming up to solve the crime. >> a highly unusual bust in ohio. now a suspect is in custody after quite the chase. you'll never believe who or what, maybe i should say, officers ended up putting in their patrol car that is blurred out on this image. we'll show you after it's the holidays. which means a house full of people -- who all want to get online. so it's the perfect time for verizon fios. it has the fastest internet
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this is violet. she's been waiting for this moment for awhile. a moment other kids wouldn't think twice about. her first bowl of cheerios. because now that cheerios are gluten free, violet, and many others are enjoying their first
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>> starting next year, you won't be able to check pets as baggage on delta flights any more. delta says people will be able to ship their pets through delta cargo but no word on how much that will cost. however, there are a couple of exceptions, i should say, certified support animals and pets for active duty military will still be allowed on flights. also pets under 30 pounds will still be able to fly carry on inside the passenger cabin. the changes take affect march 1st. they will impact anyone who has already bought tickets as well. >> well, here's a test that probably won't have any problems flying. the cat may look like the real deal. this one requires batteries. it's actually a toy geared towards senior citizens.
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buying stuffed animals for older citizens. it can roll over or purr when petted. heather if you're wondering this robot tick cat cost $99. >> you said you were going to >> yeah. >> i wonder how my dog would react to that. i don't know if it understands it's not really. the name of the suburb, making quite the unusual bust. facebook. here it is, take a look for yourself, the kangaroo they found hanging out in the middle of the road. foster. >> foster like the australian beer, took three officers to wrangle this guy. in one picture, it looked like he was ready to duke it out. hopefully no nobody was hurt, but according to the police department, kangaroos are legal
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in that ohio city with the proper permits. so who knew, you got to be careful with kangaroo sights in ohio. but apparently. >> missing kangaroo signs on street poles. know. two men accused of attacking hammer. coming up what police say is at the center of it all. >> right rain off and on for the next couple of hours, with slowly falling temperatures in the immediate boston area. track some of those showers on raiphered and let you know what it affects for the rest of your start saturday.
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>> complete new england news coverage continues right now. this is fox 25 morning news. >> and this morning, a massachusetts native is dead after a shooting at a colorado planned parenthood clinic. officer garrett swasey grew up in melrose, graduated from melrose high school in 1989. >> he was a police officer at the university of colorado. and the school says when he learned of a gunman at planned parenthood, he didn't hesitate heading to the clinic to help police. fox 25 stephanie coueignoux is digging into his local ties. more on that coming up. good saturday morning, it's 9:30 on saturday november 28th. i'm kerry kavanaugh. >> and i'm heather hegedus.
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say good-bye to unseasonably warm temperatures we've enjoild the past couple of days, meteorologist rob eicher is tracking a kroment and a damp damp say ahead, rob. >> it's warmer now than it will be for the entire seven-day forecast. cooler weather on the way in. leading into the showers from basically t town down towards sandwich. spreading south, across the rest of the cape in the next hour or so. generally fairly light stuff. a lot of green on the map, radar has filled in, almost everyone getting a little bit of rain this morning rain in new hampshire, on and off heavy periods of rain in portsmouth. a couple batches off to the east work thing its way into portsmouth in the next half hour. portsmouth could end up with maybe half an inch before all said and done. most of us expecting much less. 54 in boston currently. 47 in keene. gives you an idea of the cooler
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this will be one of those unusual days where it's a lot warmer in the morning and cooler in the afternoon. future cast to time out this time of the rain and next chance half hour. >> developing news we're you. a massachusetts native is dead after a shootout at a colorado springs planned parenthood. and fox 25 has confirmed this man, officer garrett swasey, grew up in melrose, graduated from melrose high in 1989. he leaves behind a wife and two children. certainly one of the heros of the attack. >> that's right. he was a member of the university colorado police department. two other people killed in yesterday's violence. this morning, the gunman in police custody after a six hour standoff. >> the tragedy, the scare has planned parenthoods around the country on high alert this morning. fox 25 stephanie coueignoux is live outside the boston clinic this morning, where police spent
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the night patrols. >> in fact, heather, as soon as the shootings land in colorado yesterday, boston police responded by sending police officers here to stand outside the building. right here, you can't see the police car because just in the last 30 minutes, these four men have actually arrived to stand outside and pray for an end of abortion, but just beyond that, that is where a police car is. and an officer telling me they are there for public safety and be here throughout the day and very likely tomorrow. meantime this morning, we're continuing to learn more about officer garrett swasey. as we've been mentioning all morning long, we can now confirm the 44-year-old grew up in there. and we've also learned he was a pastor at a church and faith very much a part of his life. according to the whole chapel website. he helped teach there and also played guitar there.
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his wife helped out in the nursery. not only that, he was an officer, a pastor and now learning swasey was also a nationally ranked figure skater. he loved all types of sports. swasey worked as a police officer for the university of colorado in colorado springs. and this morning, the school issued a statement saying their basketball teams will hold a moment of silence before each game today. also, tonight, there's going to be a candlelight vigil for swasey and two other victims on campus. and take a look. within the last 30 minutes, we've received the mug shot of the suspected gunman. it's right there, this is the man police say shot and killed swasey and two other people. police now identifying him as 59-year-old robert deer. and we're also going to show you some video from just after that six hour standoff when police took deer into custody. this morning, the biggest question still remains, what was
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are continuing to work on. at least seven people were shot, including five officers. this morning. just about 45 minutes ago, president obama issued a statement regarding the shootings in colorado. sending the thoughts and prayers to the family of swasey and the two other victims. and not only that, he wanted to send out a message, that this isn't normal. and this should not be normal. he is now calling for tougher restrictions on weapons. we are going to continue to follow this story and have the very latest later today on fox 25. in boston, stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> stephanie, thank you. 9:34 this morning. two men accuse with assault with intent to murder after a fight over a girl. 21-year-old brendan donovan and anthony ferratusco. they came to an auto repair shop on main street that afternoon, beat up three people and then
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ran off. in court we learned the suspects knew the people they attacked. >> it's our understanding from speaking with one of the victims who the is here today as well as other information we've obtained from the police department that the two individuals, the two defendants here today, mr. donovan and mr. ferratusco, actually go to school with one of the named victims in this case, they're familiar with each other. and the fight was over a girl. >> the suspects are being held on $5,000 bail. >> popular nightclub involving one of the 76ers. so far no charges filed. but a man told officers he was the victim of an assault and battery during the course of a fight with 6ers center oak cafor. after the nba player reacted to some heckling about his team's bad performance.
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team lost to the celtics, was, quote, definitely dumb on my part. he was allowed to play against the rockets last night in houston. >> residents in southie are asking for help to catch a package thief who hit their building several times. they gave us this surveillance video. grabbed two packages and walked out. it looks like his bag is pretty full, so the residents think he may be targeting other buildings as well. take a looking at the video. you can see the houses surrounded by wooded areas there. the woods make it easier for robbers to target the homes there. over the past few weeks gone from two break in calls a week, to double that in a day. and it's scary even for people in nearby communities who tell fox 25 that every noise coming worried. >> you don't know what they're doing, if they're out there for
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out the neighborhood. >> please in methuen teaming up with haverhill and new hampshire police, teaming up because they think thieves could be running there you the woods into other communities. meanwhile, recommending that people buy alarm systems and motion detectors to scare robbers away. >> happening today, the annual santa hat challenge in brockton. this year christmas town has partnered up with the jimmy fund to fund pediatric research. noon today on main street in downtown brockton. the santa hat challenge will take place during that parade. >> new technology easier to keep beard records of our vacation. but things don't always go as planned. >> that's the view looking down. whoa. >> whoa all right. the mix up that has this tourist recording his the sightseeing
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plus the shong biggest day of the year, all to help the little guy survive. the local effort to make sure small business saturday is a big success today. >> rain spreading across the area. expecting these showers to be off and on for most of the daylight hours.
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marty walsh will be in roslindale for small business saturday. this started in 2010, it's a way for small businesses to get some recognition and foot traffic in between the big day for the big box retailers. while you're out scoping deals for cyber monday, head out to some local shops some love. >> black friday drawing tens of thousands to south shore plaza yesterday. looking at some of the early bishdz. steady stream of deal hunters. the mall manager said at the time. they expected about 51,000 people by the close yesterday. many black privilege deals are said to be lasting throughout the weekend. so you still have time. >> some sad news, former patriots defensive tackle, massachusetts native, george pine, passed away on thanksgiving at the age of 74. he played for the patriots
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his father played for the providence steam roller and his son spent nine seasons in the nfl as an offensive lineman. a memorial service will be held on monday in milford. >> a video detailing an irish man's vacation is an excellent example of what selfies should look like. there's a problem. coming up, we'll explain the problem with the recording that is causing it to go viral. >> it is indeed, plus cars stolen and taken for joy rides. the disturbing trend hitting new hampshire. >> shocking. like i can't believe that these people are getting away with the same crime more than once. >> no, it's not because they left their doors unlocked.
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i'm not going to let the republicans rip up obamacare and throw it away. approve this message. >> time now 9:44. the sudden spike in car thefts
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reported in manchester new hampshire nearly four dozen stolen just in the last few months. fox 25's kathryn burcham shows us how thieves there have grown pretty bold. >> my credit cards were scattered across the front seat. >> katie says she's lucky after her new chevy was stolen she got it back intact but her sense of security is still missing. >> i feel violated. i feel disrespected. >> reporter: she works out regularly at this manchester planet fitness and always makes sure to lock her car before heading inside and hanging her keys on the member's board near the front desk. >> and i felt safe hanging my keys because that's what i've done many many times before. >> just two fridays ago, she left the treadmill and her keys were missing. >> i come outside, and my car was gone. at this point, i was absolutely like petrified, who had my car, i was horrified. >> >> reporter: luckily it has an active on star system.
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to track the suv to nashua. 17 miles away. where police recovered it. manchester police tell fox 25, it's part of a disturbing trend. car thefts increasing by 30 percent from this time last year. and in her case, the system's tactics worked so well, police say they did it again this past friday. snatching another planet fitness member keys from the board and taking her car on a joy right before dumping it at a fast food restaurants. >> it's shocking. like i can't believe that these people are getting away with the same crime more than once. >> reporter: in manchester, kathryn burcham, fox 25 news. >> new this morning, the near miss you need to see. dash cam video from the connecticut state police, two cars stopped on the breakdown lane, where a third car comes out of nowhere, plows through one of the stooped cars, narrowly missing one of those
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no 2001 was hurt, the driver of that speeding car is facing multiple charges. a new effort to protect an endangered bird. the federal fish and wild life service is looking at a plan to protect the birds, by killing its predators. also helpful because of the birds, during the clever mating season. breeding grounds are closed to the public. environmental lists are hoping the state plan is ready by next summer. >> the peenknack kel of this equipped's festivities in convince see happening later on today. santa and five of his elves jumping out of a plane and parachuting into package gent field. who knew santa was sotal legaleded. it's a tradition for five decades now. they are expecting a crowd of 5 how much. no word on whether the weather could affect this. the we're told the jump should be happening around 12:30 today. this next story has grabbed the attention of 7 million
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this after an irish couple go to las vegas for a trip and brought along a grow pro. >> yoob video face to teach dad how to use the camera and here's the results. >> whoa! and that there is the tower. no, that view is looking north. and that's i think the desert. utah and arizona, i think. >> yeah, his son forgot to tell the dad to turn that camera around so that the video continues about four minutes, showing dad's reaction to the trip instead of the sights he's seeing. but i would argue that is maybe even better. ist it's priceless. >> walking the strip, dad. >> he's enjoying it. he's loving it. >> now your local forecast from meteorologist rob eicher and the fox 25 storm tracker weather team. >> and now he's a tv star. what could be better.
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that will seem like a distant memory this afternoon. it is warmer now in boston than seven-day forecast. temperatures a lot closer to see. currently sitting at 52. that's warmer than it will be this afternoon or any other afternoon in the seven-day forecast. 54 in p town. 53 in norwood. one of those days where it's going to be warmer in the morning hours than it will be in the afternoon hours. temperatures drop to the 40s, even low 40s by dinner time. many cases, 10, 12 degree colder at dinner time than breakfast time. opposite of what you would normally expect to see. barnstable, east ham and spreading further south. across the rest of the cape and islands in the next hour or so. generally. lightly to moderate stuff. the back edge over here in western mass. still several more hours to go in boston. but even though we've got several hours of rain on tap for today.
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it will generally, fairly light. the exception up near portsmouth. on and off periods of rain, another batch rolling through. i think that's headed out. total a lot heavier in new hampshire, than what we're expecting around the boston area. part of a frontal boundary that is a really slow mover. expecting a few hours worth of rain. when you add it all up. because it's generally light rain, you don't get a whole lot in the bucket by the time it's said and done. maybe a tenthed to quarter of an inch in boston. parts of new hampshire. islands. a several hours worth of rain but it doesn't add to much when it's all over with. that could change when we head into tuesday. next chance of rain coming from the four corners will draw up some of the remnants of what was once tropical storm in the pacific. rain today should wrap up at about 4, 5 o'clock.
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sunshine in store for our sunday. reinforcing shot of cold air arrives on monday. so temperatures get kind of gradually cooler over the next couple of days. monday is a cool day in the seven-day forecast. here's the next chance of rain. the storm system currently in the west stern u.s. brings rain tuesday night and lasting through most of wednesday. that next shot of rain could be a little more significant. a little heavier than what we're expecting out there today. that sums up the seven-day forecast. with your weekend always in view. 48 this afternoon. 47 tomorrow afternoon. 40 on monday afternoon. monday definitely the cool day in the seven-day forecast. the wet weather. real wet weather coming tuesday night through wednesday. >> a local man running towards the gun fire during a shootout in planned parent hood in colorado. honoring his memory this morning. >> plus an overnight manhunt now called off. police recover these items but
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>> developing this morning, a massachusetts native is dead after a shootout at a colorado springs planned parenthood. fox 25 has confirmed this man, officer garrett swasey, grew up in melrose, graduating melrose high in 1989. he leaves behind a wife and two children. two other people were killed in yesterday's violence. this morning, the gunman in police custody after a six hour standoff. the university where swasey worked is holding a candlelight vigil for him tonight. >> breaking news this morning,
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kept them out all night after finding this a loaded rifle, magazines and a survival kit. started around 12:30 this morning. the when police arrived at a whate-street home, looking for a man connected to an incident in worcester. police tracked the man's trail to a nearby pond and believe he stole a rowboat to get away. and at this point, he has not been caught. the hunt continues for a person who shot and killed a beloved family man a day before his 30th birthday. jeffrey cherry die his saturday morning outside of fenway park. he just left a private event lets. so far police haven't made any arrests in this case either but looking at surveillance video as they try to get some leads. >> today the toddler known as baby doe at one point, will be buried in a private funeral. it comes six months after her
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bag off deer island. bella's mother and her boyfriend are facing charges in the 2-year-old's murder. both have pleaded not guilty. >> one of those rare days, rob eicher, where the thermometer goes down as the sun comes up, or if we see any sun. >> yeah, it was 58 degrees when we started our show, already 52. a couple of sell breaks going on, santa parachuting in quincy, santa hat parade in brockton. i hope those santa hats are water proof. >> ahead of this beautiful weather we've been having. >> you can't expect 60s for that many days in november. >> i know.
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