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reaction from the locker room. blue hills. why they are letting huntedders back there this morning. completed new england news. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: good morning. thanks for being with us on monday morning, november 30th, hope your day off to a great start, i'm gene lavanchy. >> catherine: i'm catherine parrotta in for sara underwood and tough morning for patriots fans after crushing defeat in denver and complete coverage after the first loss this season and tom leyden here to break down the plays and waiting for team buses to arrive at gillette and first storm tracker meteorologist shiri spear tracking snowflakes on the radar, shiri. >> shiri: south shore spot where we got a couple of snowflakes, one little batch
about to move into plymouth and indications out toward scituate and hull and marshfield that we got just a couple flakes out there, they are very fine, it is going to be flurries, they are not going to be high impact at all but again, southeastern massachusetts, south shore down to the cape, these are the spots that keep a close eye on this morning. luckily it is 36 in plymouth, 36 in hyannis, so it is above freezing, going to melt if it gets down to the ground and future cast through the day really does maintain the clouds and few flurries across the coastline and 38 to 42 , take you through the next round of rain coming up and first julie grauert with live drive time traffic. julie, new accident? >> 128 southbound right before the braintree split. so that's slowing things down as you approach the split and head up to the expressway. 93 south sluggish through medford, route 1 in saugus, you can see still very high heavy volume as you propose lynn fells parkway. here are live drive times, 22 minutes on route 3 from 228 to the braintree split, 14 minutes
on 24 from 123 to 128 and 17 minutes on 95 as you approach 128. gene and catherine, back to you. >> gene: all the injuries the patriots have suffered this season it hit the gronk and may have been the worst as tight end carted off the field in denver in pain. >> catherine: this morning there's hope gronk will be okay. sports director tom leyden is live in the studio this morning to break down the tough loss, tom. >> tom: double whammy last night and health of tight end. rob gronkowski writing on the field in pain. moment of concern just under three minutes to play in the fourth quarter, patriots moving down the field, brady throws to gronk and darriean stuart goes low and we will have more on gronkowski's injury and patriots had to rally in the final seconds to tie it after surrendering a lead, 47-yarder
from steven gosskowsky made it 24-24 and head to over time and that's where denver cj anderson ended it, 48 touchdown run in the final play, broncos win 38-24. pats are 10-1 but all eyes are on gronk's injury. >> reporter: rob gronkowski was in obvious pain after getting hit down low and left and did not return and he was in the locker room and standing up and walked out of the locker room in own power but did not field any questions. tom brady did take questions and obviously distraught in the fact that he lost the tight end. >> he has been through a lot, he is a tough guy so hopefully it is not too serious. we will see. but all of our fingers are crossed. >> what are your emotions? what are you feeling when you saw him in that condition? >> what do you think? hate to see it but they talk
if the defenders to hit now so it is -- i boston if you asked a lot of the players you would rather go high than low. >> hard to really put into words he has been through a lot and he means a lot to the football team, love him as a teammate and praying for the best and hoping that everything is okay. >> reporter: bill belichick did not have an update but early reports rob's injury not as bad as once feared and we will have to wait and see as new england patriots get ready for philadelphia eagles in foxborough. >> tom: it was encouraging to see rob gronkowski standing up, no crutches on own weight, own support and he was walking, gene, as he was going through the stadium last night after he took his initial test. >> gene: that is good news. tough news for officials all across the nhl this year. hardly covered themselves in
glory last night. patriots fans ripping the revs on twitter. >> tom: that will continue and no call on passenger interference on gronk right before the injury. seen it a lot through the year, defenders have a hard time containing him, essay big question, and big question what pass interference is and in massachusetts today you will not find anybody that found that may any sense and bill belichick very terse about the officiating why don't you ask them because they have all the answers. >> gene: see you at 8:00. patriots are due back at gillette stadium sometime this morning and michael henrich live there now waiting for the buses to arrive and michael gronk's injury, not only issue from last night's game. >> absolutely not. top mentioned some of the complaints about that and may notice i keep turning my head here because i'm keeping a close eye in the distance here at gillette stadium looking over
waiting to see when this team bus is going to roll in here as yes, the fans focus on gronk, focus on the end of the undefeated season bid and also focus on the referees calls. picture tweeted out by mile high sports, gronk no brace on hisny, no crutches, standing on own power and video on twitter and link up to the article on fox25 news app but fans again waiting, waiting, waiting for news and we are working hard and waiting around here for the team to arrive in order to get those updates to patriots nation. fans also upset with some other calls, a little extra time given to the broncos, excess timeout with the broncos injury toward the end of the fourth quarter. folks upset about that but again, the biggest focus here this morning for fans like we heard overnight to find out what's going on with gronk and
michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: stay with fox25 for continuing coverage of the injury woes and fox25 home for all the action and pregame coverage against the eagles 6:00 a.m. leading up to kickoff at 4:25 and all right here on fox25. >> catherine: happening today the man accused of killing three people at planned parenthood in colorado will be in court for the first time since the friday rampage. today's arraignment comes as we learn more about the police officer who was killed in the line of duty. daniel miller is here with more on the melrose native who was accomplished figure skater and devoted father. >> daniel: we will have more on that in a moment but as far as the suspect, police trying to figure out why it happened. this is the suspect, robert dear, we know he opened fire and he was a recluse that interacted with as few people as possible
and we don't know why he went on the rampage, nine people were hurt, three people were killed, among them officer garrett swayze, he lived in melrose and leaves behind a wife and 11-year-old son and six-year-old daughter. his wife released in statement reads in part, quote, the nation knows garrett as hero and devoted husband and wonderful father to the two children ask not only was swayze a police officer he was also a pastor and one time nationally ranked figure skater as you can see from the pictures here. he trained alongside olympian nancy kerrigan and swayze was like a little brother to her. the police department is paying for the funeral but there's a fund set up for the family you caring that's raising thousands of dollars this morning. coming up the next hour some officers say officer swayze would have been the first to forgive his killer. in the newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news.
>> catherine: u.s. government warning citizens in afghanistan they are expecting imminent attack in kabul within the next 48 hours. u.s. embassy in kabul has urged americans from moving around the capital city and have not released any details about the potential target or how the attack would be carried out. >> catherine: united nations summit limiting a deal and greenhouse gas emissions and kicks off conference with the meeting of president of china and right now beijing reporting worst pollution this year and video of how bad the problem is and happening in paris which remains in tight security in the wake of terror attacks. today's sessions begin with a moment of silence for the victims. moments ago president obama referred to the climate talks as, quote, act of defiance by the world against the paris attacks. gene: right now hunters canvassing the blue hills
reservation and allowed on fire on deer. the four day hunt was approved by the state to tackle overpopulation problem with the deer. live in milton where hunters need the sun to come up before they can actually take the first shots. jess, good morning. >> good morning to you, gene. 6:52 when the sun came up they were allowed to fire and we haven't heard any just yet and this is the first time in more than 100 years it has been allowed here at blue hills reservation. >> good luck. >> jessica: hunters up dark and early to take part in deer hunt at blue hills reservation. >> we are honored to be here. >> jessica: random hunters were allowed to ache part. >> we are excited about opportunity to explore and challenge and do something good
down the out of control deer population. >> jessica: the state hasn't allowed hunting in the blue hills since it became reservation in 1893 and they are doing it for a number of reasons first on the roads deer running out of cars causing more crashes and there's also a health risk and uptick in the number of lyme disease cases. department of conservation and recreation also says the deer are wiping out necessary plants. >> there are no saplings, brush. >> forever. shouldn't be that way. deer eating everything. >> jessica: despite that a number of protesters will be at the hunt today and they met yesterday and say they don't think it is necessary. >> really unjustified, almost problem. acting based on deer population data they collected in 2013 before two harsh winters and i think they just haven't worked through this.
>> jessica: this is the first day in four day hunt and next monday and tuesday it will be different group of 98 people. live in milton, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> julie: we traffic traffic and weather and 48 minute drive time on 93 south from 495 andover down to the zakim bridge sure? >> right now temps in the 20s and 30s, 8:00 a.m. 27, back up to 30 by 9:00 this morning. watch out for early morning flurries and show you more likely areas to take on a little bit of snow next. >> gene: 7:12 police find stash of illegal weapons and this morning the suspect is in custody but was able to allude police for several hours and unusual item he stole to get away. >> catherine: police officer
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september, new york post reports port authority paul nunsato cleared secret service because 37 patriot authority officers were killed in the terror attacks. >> catherine: mayor walsh is backing hillary clinton. >> when you think about the candidate who has experience and resume for the job, nobody ever in the history of the country that hillary clinton has to run for president. >> the mayor's endorsement was not immediate and initially reluctant to back clinton. catherine: new hampshire's largest new hampshire endorsing
new jersey governor chris christie. christie best suited to leave because tells it like it is and isn't shy about it and christie far behind frontrunners all national polls. >> gene: hamburg germany voted to end the summer games and it was close and went out with pup% of the vote and hamburg was one of five cities left in the running loon side rome, paris, budapest and los angeles. remember boston pulled out months ago after widespread public push back. >> jessica: pike a little bit slow in framingham right now as move over to 93 south and woburn into somerville and live look at zakim bridge where leverett
backups this hour and live drive time and 33 minutes expressway from the split to the pike and 43 minutes 128 south route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. fox25 storm tracker weather meteorologist shiri spear joining us forecasting 30s for most of the day. so it is a cold one out there. >> cold one to start, cold one to end, that could be the coldest afternoon of the season. i feel like every week i say that and then the next week gets a little colder and say it again and ocean effect clouds and flurries and mostly impacting southeastern massachusetts and main rain that we are going to be watching for the week moves in tomorrow afternoon, it goes all through wednesday and doesn't wrap up until thursday morning, possibly with a couple snowflakes mexing in but speaking of snowflakes, there they are south of boston right now again south shore down to the upper cape is where i have a couple of those flakes and boston itself 28 right now and keep getting colder, this is the lowest it has been all morning
here, mostly cloudy skies, last breaks in the cloud cover which is nice and as we travel into the late morning i would even say at 9:00 this morning we have the threat for couple of snow showers and flurries and impacting the coastline itself and chance for snow showers now falling out there, in fact, and going to be very fine, low to no impact at all and here you can see they continue along with the clouds through noon time today and especially inside 495 that's where we have the thickest clouds today and closer you get to the coast thicker clouds become and better chance they will squeeze out either a couple flurries or couple of pockets of drizzle during the afternoon and most of us will stay dry and 3:00 p.m. very same set-up and inland throughout the day and worcester to fitchburg and
manchester and we have thin spots in the clouds for many of you this morning so you can get a little sunshine fiction and as you drive home from work and 6:00 p.m. but clouds are actually thinning out again, 40 in boston, 41 in norwood today, 41 in plymouth, 39 in beverly and fitchburg and keene, new hampshire, worcester today hits about 37, that is it for your high and low thirties in spots like boston, 20s in the burbs, tonight though i'm keeping the forecast dry and during the day tomorrow it is not until later in the afternoon that we get the main steady rain that arrives and mid-upper 40s and totally normal and this is the system going to be moving on in late morning and start seeing some spot showers any time after about 10:00 a.m. and these will be limited in coverage and going to be light, going to be patchy and those are what we see
continue essentially through the afternoon and then we hit the evening hours. this is tomorrow at 7:00 p.m. and it is overnight into wednesday morning one batch of heavy rain and things look to quiet down and 7:00 a.m. and late morning and early afternoon and get a little lull before we get another round of steadier heavier rain moving in on wednesday and on and off showers at times heavy. 7-day forecast now with the weekend always in view, 39 today with some flurries and clouds along the coastline and sunshine inland, 46 your high tomorrow with developing rain and continues most of the day on wednesday. thursday things wrap up with a couple snowflakes mixing in and 49 , that's going to come down from the 50s on wednesday and get back up to 50 on friday with sun and scattered clouds and going to keep the weekend nice and bright with highs moving into the middle 40s to about 50 and i don't know which one is your pick of the weekend, they both look great. back to you.
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>> catherine: newborn baby found buried alive in california she was in this hole under pieces of asphalt and rubble. two sisters were walking down a pike path when they heard a strange noise and made the discovery. she is expected to be okay and police are looking for the person that abandoned the baby and could be charged with attempted murder. >> gene: someone posted a threat of gun violence specifically mentioning the campus quad monday morning university president says school officials decided to exercise caution. this is the last week of regular full time classes at the
university before final exams. gene: one person in police custody in new orleans in connection with shooting at parade last week. joseph mull allen turned himself in and facing 17 counts of attempted first-degree murder. police believe allen is in one of two groups of gunman that fired each another at playground and 17 people were wounded by the gun fire. >> catherine: man found saturday afternoon when they lit a fire in fireplace and heard him scream. firefighters tried to rescue him but by the time they pulled him out of the chimney he was dead. >> i have been deputy for almost 17 years now and i have never seen anything like this. read about it but personally have never seen anything like this. >> burglar already breathy heavily when they started working to get him out of the chimney and official cause of death has not been released. catherine: bold armed
robbery has convenience store on edge. frightening video that shows suspect behind the counter with a knife and why the neighborhood has become a target for crooks. >> gene: cyber monday hitting major milestones today but they predict online cyber sales are storming in with ultra hdtv deals. ultra hd huh? i'll look good enough to eat. [ gasps ] oh no... samsung ultra hdtv
>> gene: a lot of bleary eyed passengers waking up to the eating of cold and hitting them in the face and storm tracker weather shiri spear is here with more on you really -- you feel it this morning. >> shiri: hits you like that. 28 in boston and mostly cloud and he swampscott at 29, 24 in burlington and then we get into the snow showers, randolph down to hanover and don't be surprised if you see passing flurries down to plymouth as well, sandwich, falmouth and the vineyard, ocean effect snow showers, something i will have a real close on not just this morning and kevin lemanowicz
will also be watching you this afternoon extend to dry out. look at how much brighter and dryer it is central mass, southern new hampshire and lower 20s and day planner shapes up like this, 28 and watch for snowflakes at the coastline by noon time 37, chilly and mostly cloudy but again, what i want you to take away from this forecast the closer you are to the coast today, the more clouds you see, the further inland you are the more sun you see and really got a tale of two completely different forecast depending whether you're inland or at the coast, 7:00 p.m. about 32 with dry weather back in place, cut off to the clouds around 495 that i will walk you through that hour-by-hour. julie grauert back now with live drive time traffic. julie, how is volume looking and extra day to githe thanksgiving holiday and thick volume starting on the pike right through framingham and want to
the exit ramp partially blocked at route 9 because of an earlier accident. things still slow on 93 south as you head from woburn through medford and into somerville and route 1 in saugus giving us trouble like we are used to seeing as you approach lynn fells parkway. here are live drive times, 26 minutes route 1128 to the tobin and 54 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector and 44 minutes on 128 from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. gene and catherine, back to you. >> patriots heading home from denver suffering first loss of 2015 and big worries about the health of rob gronkowski. three minutes remaining in fourth quarter and carted off the field and taken to the locker room for x-ray and early reports indicates the jury is not serious and wait until later today to learn for sure and after the game gronk walked to the bus without a brace or without crutches, see him
deon lewis, and others. pats had ball, couldn't get first down and 3rd and 1cj anderson 38 yards for the game winning store denver winds it it 38-24 and patriots fall 10-1 and fox25 and post game reaction from the locker roo m. >> reporter: did not field any questions after the game but tom brady did and as for bill belichick didn't have much to
say about gronkowski's injury. >> don't have update so hard to see the guys get hurt like this and i have a lot of risk for players that play the game because you risk a lot to play and a lot of times that gets overlooked because you sacrifice a lot and i think sacrifice the bodies and hard to see the friends get taken down like that and part of the sport and understand that but it is also -- a lot of respect for player that take the field. hopefully not too serious, we will see and all the fingers are crossed. >> hate to see it, too soon to tell, how guy the guy works and great of guy and hate to see anybody, amount of work put in go down -- go down and go up on car, hate to see that. >> locker room motion was down after losing first game of the season and everyone is hopefully
early report say injury may not be as bad as once feared but we will all know in time. in denver, brian salmon, fox25 news. >> >> catherine: investigator said robert dear talked about antiabortion views and recluse that took to himself and expected to survive and three people were killed including police officer garrett swayze
and fox25 learned on saturday he was raised in melrose and nationally ranked figure skater that trained alongside nancy kerrigan. swayze's wife broke her silence yesterday talking about her beloved family man. greatest joy was church and profession and leaves behind daughter. the police department is paying for the funeral but there's a fund on website called you caring that's raising thousands of dollars. melrose police department tells fox25 it will send the color guard to colorado for swayze's funeral. >> police uncovered a stash of weapons in lester's man's apartment and he is due in court they found guns, hatchet, bulletproof vest and other illegal guns. he was wanted for domestic violence incident this weekend
and he took off and amount of fire power found in his home makes him incredibly dangerous. >> this is police officer's worst nightmare and time the incident first happened i did not sleep. >> ran into the woods behind his home and police dog lost scent and stoma row boat and headed out into the water more than 24 hours later police were able to track him down in loyal stone and be in court facing charges not only running for police but not having a license for any of those weapons. >> gene: police were called after a fire lit inside a car. earlier this month woman's body found inside a burning car in worcester and police did arrest the suspect and charged him with misleading the investigation. >> catherine: murder trial of
philip chism will continue and put on hold for the holiday and danvers teenager accused of raping and killing high school math teacher, colleen ritzer, two years ago. they were shown surgical silencing image with blood on clothes and saw him hours after committed buying a movie ticket with ritzer's credit card. the trial is ahead of schedule and could get the case within a few weeks. >> catherine: bomber's request for a new trial outside of boston. defense says there's no way a local jury could be objective. during the first trial dzhokhar's lawyers admitted he and brother tamerlan carried out bombings but argue tamerlan was the mastermind and dzhokhar is currently on death row. >> gene: federal judge in worcester will hold a hearing for several women that accused bill cosby for sexual assault.
him of sexual messes conduct and expected more information about the allegations will come out today in court and cosby lives in western massachusetts and he denied any wrongdoing. >> catherine: today marks tenth anniversary of the big shopping cyber monday and they expect fewer sales because they launched them early. fewer people hit the stores this year on black friday opting to shop online instead and led to more than billion dollar drop in sales. the national retail federation estimates nearly 102 million people shopped in a store while million more did their shopping online over the weekend. >> catherine: >> jessica: 93 southbound as head 495 to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> so more snow showers today plymouth down to hyannis, chatham and provincetown and
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>> gene: this morning a new hampshire man will face charges for deadly crash. alexander burke was under the influence when slammed into a car at lake street and union and tried to help one of the women that was in the car that got hit but she did not make it. >> dying in my arms. yep. oh my god. holding on to her, keeping her comfortable. >> gene: two other people taken to the hospital with serious injuries.
anybody court this morning charged with dwi. >> gene: police looking for person that riddled this house with bullets. neighbors tell fox25 they are shaken up by the whole thing. person and car shot at the house and sped off and police think the house was targeted because it was the only house hit. >> catherine: armed robber caught on tape inside convenience store and the boldness of the suspect has neighbors on edge and you can see in the video he walks in and goes right behind the counter with knife and hoping somebody recognizes the suspect before he strikes again and daniel miller is here with a look at the surveillance video with. >> daniel: saturday at stop
and had knife in hand and threatened to stab the clerk if money wasn't handed over and employee at gas station nearby tells fox 25 the whole thing leaves him feeling uneasy. >> i have my door always locked and very dangerous. >> daniel: man goes to demand cash and described as white man about 6'3" and methuen tweeted out picture of picture this morning and recognize them. >> gene: celtics five game road trip. beginning journey down in orlando last night and david lee hits floater after being filed. trailed by eight at break and c's never got it going this one.
force turnover but the ball ends up with harris gets the jam. orlando cruises the rest of the way and celtics lose 110-91 and travel to 91. big announcement one of the top players in nba history. los angeles lakers great kobe bryant will retire at the end of the season. 1-5 championships and play 20 seasons all with the lakers and all star 17 times and posted that was posted to the player's tribune and his body knows now is the time that he has to say good-bye. >> catherine: friends star and newport native comes home for the holidays. matt lablanc posted these pictures on facebook and twitter
years, i'm 1,000 years old. pike also giving us a little bit of trouble as head through the weston tolls and as you could see volume remains heave and steady eastbound and over to the live drive times up to an hour on the pike from 495 to mass ave i like the tweet ready to tackle the highs and i'm tackle them
less gloves. especially boston down across the south shore down to the cape we do have a couple of these ocean effect flurries and snow showers tracking all morning and i think it lasts through noon time today and during the afternoon we will see things slowly brighten up and highs don't budge, going to be stuck in the upper 30s, lower 40s this afternoon and really for the clouds and snow showers this morning because we got winds coming in off the water pivoting around the area of high pressure so it is drawing in the moisture because triggering clouds and even a couple flurries out there versus inland where we get a great amount of sunshine out in the central mass, parts of southern new hampshire as well and those are going to tend to be brighter spots all throughout the day. so let's zoom into some of the early morning snow showers like i said south shore down to the upper cape and martha's vineyard this morning as we warm up a lot of this is going to melt on its way down. you might get it sticking to just the grass first thing this morning but remember the highs are above freezing so it is
quickly here. by noon time i still got a lot of cloud cover eastern massachusetts still, potential for a couple flurries in and around the boston area during the afternoon i expect that activity to diminish as the clouds start to break apart. i'm not going to promise that you completely clear out in boston but it should turn brighter before the sun goes down. boston 40 this afternoon, 39 in beverly, 39 in brookline, quincy at 40 norwood 41 and these are some of the prime locations shaded in blue where i do expect we are going to see a couple early morning snowflakes. out toward worcester at 37, partly sunny today, shirley 39 and partly sunny, 40 in mildford and nashua and manchester, new hampshire. we got more snow opportunity here from hull down to marshfield, plymouth, bridgewater, brockton, down across the cape, highs today there land in the lower 40s, but this is next weather system that's actually going to be pushing toward us during the day tomorrow. 7:00 a.m. friends we are looking okay for the morning commute. we are just going to have to
watch western massachusetts if this speeds up, it could bring a little bit of freezing drizzle out again to western mass. here at home i plan on showers by about let's say 10:00 in the morning between ten and noon we will see the first of the rain drops move in, very widely scattered showers carry us through the afternoon and it is not until the evening tomorrow that we start to see the steadier rain move on in into wednesday morning and then from mid-morning wednesday through about lunchtime and another wave of heavier rain will come on through during the afternoon and evening hours and overnight turns steady and high 50 to i
warm and cool down for thursday and dry out the end of the week. back to you guys. >> gene: princess charlotte holding her own and we will talk more about that in a moment. look at gillette stadium right now, the players have arrived back from denver and bus dropped them off a few minutes ago and no doubt they are heading home to get rest after difficult night in denver and long flight home. of course, a lot of concern about the condition of rob gronkowski and michael henrich live at gillette stadium to give latest on team's arrival and coming up on gronkowski's injury. gene: i mentioned adorable
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for terror investigation. catherine: billionaire bill indicates in paris working on projects and gathering investors from around the world and hoping to invest clean forms of emergency and some of the backers include mark zuckerberg and richard branson and five areas including transportation and making energy systems more efficient. >> gene: special delivery in boston 242 years since the boston tea party. fox25 on hand yesterday morning more than 100 pounds of company tea was unloaded and arrived on the exact date it did in 1773. this shipment came all the way from london with one very special purpose to be dumped into into the boston harbor. >> tea that sparked the american revolution. and so powerful big monopoly and
today working hand-in-hand for december 16th when we throw the tea into boston harbor. >> boston tea party was one of the most important events in the american revolution and december 16 and get starts at 6:00 30 p.m. >> catherine: ancients bottle of beer pulled from nova scotia. bottle has markings of alexander keith, brewer still in service in nova scotia and when the diver dug the bottle up found there was still beer inside it but it may not be worth drinking. >> i don't think i would be drinking it. that's one i would put on a shelf and admire it from afar. >> somehow managed to not strike underneath the water and smash so that alone it is been around for years and still fully attached and not taken. >> catherine: diver says most likely 1872 to 1890 and canada
became a country in 1867 and local kraft retailer has offered to do analyst to determine what ingredients were used more than a century ago. >> gene: what hoser would do that, eh. gene: new controversy surrounding hillary clinton's campaign. why some appointments on her calendar causing concern. >> shiri: these will be hot spots for snow showers boston to plymouth, hyannis, chatham, even nantucket today i will take you to it hour-by-hour and break down the risk coming up. >> sara: >> catherine:
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>> gene: patriots are perfect no more. waiting for update on team from rob gronkowski's injury. >> catherine: man about to head to court accused of killing three people at planned parenthood. his connection to silver medal figure skater. and ante-up on cyber monday. >> complete new england news coverage right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> 8:00 on monday morning, november 30th, hard to believe the month of november is almost over. >> catherine: it is hard to believe.
the pats are back, team bus is arriving at gillette 15 minutes ago but one thing we are waiting for is update on rob gronkowski this morning so we are staying on top of that, but first the weather. fox25 storm tracker weather shiri spear has look at some snowflakes making it appear into the area. >> just couple of them, not going to be accumulating snow, not going to be problematic this morning but you could see south of boston, south shore in particular, down to the upper cape, we have had a couple snowflakes around, these are ocean effect snow showers that will continue through the rest of the morning. 29 now in boston, 36 in plymouth, 36 in hyannis, 40 nantucket and you could see that the clouds really planted here along the coastline we got a little strip of sunshine from portsmouth, new hampshire at 25 to lawrence at 25 in worcester and 24 . the interior is going to take on quite a bit more sunshine than the coast all throughout the day, so noon time going to be upper 30s, still got the chance for couple flurries along the coastline, really anywhere along the coastline but during the afternoon we will see some
boston gets to see things brighten up a little bit here, 38 to 42, that is your rule, those are highs from massachusetts into southern new hampshire and it is going to be brightest inland, i got warmer and some wetter news as we head to the middle of the up. julie grauert now with live drive time traffic. julie, what do you have? >> julie: slow spots 228 in rockland thruway mouth and finding average speeds about 8 miles per hour as you approach route 18. you can see on 128 as you approach the braintree split heavy volume there as well as on the expressway we are used to seeing that as you head past the gas tank. unless you drive on thanksgiving, that was wide open 228 to the split, 12 minutes on 24 as you approach 128, 13 minutes on 95 as you're heading toward 128. gene and catherine, back to you. >> gene: patriots dropped the first game of the season in late night heartbreaker out in denver and team arrived home from
gillette within the last 20 minutes. tom leyden live in the newsroom with what tom brady is saying this morning about rob gronkowski's condition, a lot of concern about gronk. >> losing best tight end of generation quite another and writing on the ground in pain and on weei and said rob is in good spirits and undergo tests today and that's the latest update. if you are waking up and haven't seen the play, under three minutes gronk hit low by broncos derrian stewart by incompleted pass. eerily similar to injury sudbury river a few years ago and why so many people were nervous see him on the ground as he was and taken off the field in a cart and had to rally and steven gosskowsky and 24-24 and headed to overtime and cj anderson
broncos win 30-24, patriots 10-1 and we have a report from denver. >> rob gronkowski was in obvious pain after getting hit down low and left with knee injury and did not return and he was in the locker room and he was standing up and walked out of the locker room under his own power but he did not field any questions. tom brady, he did take questions and he was obviously distraught in the fact that he lost his tight end. >> he has been through a lot, tough guy and holiday weekend it is not too serious. we will see but, you know, all of our fingers are crossed. >> what are the emotions, what are you feeling? >> what do you think? >> hate to see it talk about only way for defenders to hit
probably rather go high than low. >> through a lot and means a lot to the football team and hoping everything okay. >> rob's injury not as bad as once feared but all have to wait and see as new england patriots get ready for the philadelphia eagles in foxborough. in denver fox25 news. >> tom: gronk was walking but not taking questions and despite the fact patriots lost the first time this season. >> gene: another issue for patriots fans last night. the officiating and it has been bad all season and hardly covered themselves in glory last night, patriots fans ripping themselves on twitter. >> most notable passenger interference call in fourth quarter and really no good explanation is to why this play right here was flagged. patriots could have put the
final nail in the coffin and field goal and had to punch and denver went ahead, a critical decision, bad decision that rightfully will be perceived. gene, i have never seen a season like this. a lot of teams bitten by the revs and pats now right there this week. >> seems like emphasizing something different every week and nfl going to have to look at that. tom, check back with you later this morning. patriots back home arriving at gillette and quick get away to get home and get some rest and michael, tweeted a quick picture >> michael: team buses came here to gillette and nice parade of luxury cars driving away from foxborough here. team is back. they are home here in
i tried hard, guys, to get a glimpse of gronk and from positioned here i did not get my own eyes on him and want to show you this picture, tweeted out by mile high sports last night showing gronk without a brace, without crutches walking on his own did his on his own power. folks, i was able to speak with some folks here this morning at patriot place. one fan in particular trying to gauge the temperature of fans just like we do on social media as well. the one i spoke with here says that he is, of course, nervous but not quite at the level of panicked when it comes to his concern for gronk. >> i was nervous a little bit and need him back strong because
players so we have to have him back soon. >> michael: here is video we took 20 minutes ago showing the buses at gillette stadium bringing the team back and first loss of the season stellar record of ten and one and all eyes now on how gronk will recover and how the team does from here on out. we will stay on it. we are live in foxborough, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: fox25 is the home for pregame coverage starting with fox25 at 6:00 a.m. leading up to kickoff at 4:25 and right here on fox25. >> daniel: >> catherine: hours this man will head to court in colorado and accused of shooting three people at planned parenthood and one of the people that loved their lives was a police officer from melrose with deep roots and daniel miller has more with evolving case.
trying to figure out why the tragedy happened. here is picture of the suspect robert dear. we know he opened clinic on friday and recluse that interacted with as few people as possible and we don't know why he went on the rampage, three were killed including officer garrett swayze and fox25 reported saturday morning swayze raised in melrose and leaves behind his wife, 11-year-old son and six-year-old daughter. yesterday swayze's wife rachel released a statement leads in part, quoted, knows garrett as hero and also devoted husband and wonderful father to his two children. this morning his friends say swayze would have been the first to offer his killer forgiveness. >> also my hero because i could look to him and this is the kind of person i want to be. >> pastor and one time
and even trained alongside nancy kerrigan. kerrigan told fox25 swayze was like a little brother to her. now the police department is paying for funeral but there's a fund set up for the family on website called you caring that's raising thousands of dollars this morning and we will, of course, have continuing coverage on this case all morning. in the newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. u.s. warning zip trips in afghanistan they are expecting eminent attack in kabul within the next 48 hours and has urged americans in the country to avoid moving around the capitol hill city. officials have not released any details about potential targets carried out. >> checking traffic and weather every ten minutes for you here at fox25. right now 33 minute venue on the pike eastbound from the weston tolls into boston. shiri? >> shiri: starting out mostly cloudy 25 , upper 20s, 27
9:00 a.m. and 30 by 10:00 this morning and watch out for flurries i will break down where the cutoff is to the clouds and snow and sun next. >> gene: baby found buried and what saved her life. >> deer hunting underway in blue hills advisation and cyber sales are storming in with ultra hdtv deals. ultra hd huh? i'll look good enough to eat. [ gasps ] oh no... samsung ultra hdtv
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in the first hunt in more than reservation. >> we are honored to be here. >> 98 randomly selected license hunters allowed to take part. >> we are excited about a possibility to explore, take on new challenge and to do something good for the community which is to drive down the out of control deer population. >> state hasn't allowed hunting in the blue hills since 1893 and now doing it first time for a number of reasons. first on the roads deer rang out in front of cars causing more crashes. there's also a health risk as there's been uptick in the number of lyme disease cases and department of conservation and recreation also since the deer wiping out necessary plans. >> there are no saplings, no brush. >> can see forever, shouldn't be that way. deer eating everything. >> jessica: despite that a number of protesters will be at the hunt today and net yesterday saying they just don't think it is necessary. >> it is really unjustified.
looking for a problem and acting based on deer population data they collected in 2013 before too harsh winders and i think they just haven't worked through this. >> jessica: now group of hunters will be back here tomorrow morning and next monday and tuesday it will be a different group and live in milton this morning, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> gene: united nations summit underway in france and limiting greenhouse gas emissions and president obama kicks off conference with meeting with president of china and right now beijing reporting its worst pollution of the year and video showing how bad the problem is and talks are happening in paris and wake of the terror attacks and today's session began with moment of silence for the victims and president obama also
to honor the terror attacks and joined france as president and lay flowers yesterday and 130 people were killed during the attacks and majority died at the concert hall. >> catherine: mayor marty walsh threw support behind hillary clinton at rally at faneuil hall. the former first lady spoke before hundreds of union workers and promised to have infrastructure to create middle class jobs and apprenticeship programs and marty walsh says her experience is unmatched by democratic or republican challenger. catherine: associate press said hillary clinton opened her doors while she was secretary of state to more than 100 influential reps and went over 1200 pages of the calendar and found none of the meetings were unethical or illegal and, in fact, it is no different what other skate had done and only difference clinton was former
widely expected to run again. >> catherine: largest newspaper endorsing chris christie. union says he is best to lead because he isn't shy about it and far behind the front runners in all national polls. >> julie: expressway southbound right before victory road and people are slowing down in the northbound lanes to take a better look at it. see heavy steady volume on the expressway past the gas tank right now. here are those live drive times. 15 minutes on 24 from 106 to 128 and 52 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector and 30 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit for the pike. fox25 storm tracker weather meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. shiri, i know you tweeted out a pick of me all bundled up asking for other people. how do you stay warm and like
this reply that says cranking that heat up is always a safe option. >> whatever it takes to get up to 90. we are not going to see 90 from mother nature for months and months and months and months so i think this is kind of new normal. we have a lot of clouds in place over boston right now and in addition to the clouds will have to watch out for a couple flurries along the coastline and in particular southeastern massachusetts seeing the thickest of the clouds and best chance for just a couple of snowflakes, folks. main rain arrives tomorrow afternoon and end early thursday with possibly a couple snowflakes. 36 right now in plymouth and have a couple indications of flurries down there and up around borne as well as sandwich and 36 in hyannis and new bedford and 29 in boston looking mostly cloudy and really through the afternoon 33 at 10:00 a.m., 39 at noon time and then temperatures just don't move and
expect they are going to thin out a little bit as we get into the afternoon and clouds across eastern massachusetts, central western mass, southwestern new hampshire, those are all going to be much brighter places through the course of monday and noon time comes along, still got clouds planted especially inside 495 and it is near boston that we got some indications of couple flurries. remember, we are above freezing and few snowflakes make way down to the ground will melt on way down here at lunchtime today or just melt as soon as they hit the pavement out there. so at 5:00 this afternoon the clouds are thinning, we have an easy going drive home from work today but remember high 39 in boston, that is it, 38 in beverly, 40 in plymouth and in norwood, 35 in worcester, 37 in keene and it is going to be a cold kind of day and need to head out to the car like julie was saying and crank the heat that's what you have to do because tomorrow we wake up to the 20s again, it is going to be a chilly and mostly cloudy
the mid to upper 40s and it is all just plain rain going to be moving in during the afternoon and this is the next weather maker rolling in isolated showers any time after 10:00 and tomorrow is lunchtime, spotty showers, scattered showers through the afternoon here during the day tomorrow and then overnight into wednesday we get blasted with a couple downpours and a little bit of lull on wednesday we are not done yet and heavy steadier rain and midday lull expected in the wednesday wet weather but honestly on and off showers highs get up to 52, 49 as we dry out and turn breezy on thursday and 50 again on friday with sun and scattered clouds and mostly sunny both days this weekend. back over to you, gene and catherine. >> gene: 8:21 and coyote scoops up a family's pet and carries it off into the woods. how the wild animal got in and out of the home. >> ahead of the police union a
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carrying from virginia tech, radford university and university of virginia and driver lost control on a curve and bus overturned on its side and this morning we know the bus driver has been charged with reckless driving and one person critically injured and rest suffered mostly bumps and bruises. >> catherine: story that has the whole country talking. baby girl found loon the river bed in compton friday. she was in this hole under pieces of asphalt and rubble and neighbors heard a strange noise and made the discovery. police say the baby was no more than two days old and still wrapped in a hospital blanket and expected to be okay. >> gene: jury selection begins today in trial of baltimore police officer accused of being involved with the death of freddie gray. william porter is one of six charged with involuntary manslaughter, misconduct of office and reckless endangerment and prosecutors say gray died of injuries suffered while in police custody in april. they say officers ignore gray's
was in the back of police transport vehicle. >> ahead of a police union in new york city is in trouble this morning for standing near pope francis. happened during the pope's visit near 9/11 museum back in september. port authority ignored orders to leave the pope's side. he says he was cleared by secret service and earned the right to attend the pope's visit because 37 port authority officers were killed in september 11th september 11th terror attacks. >> catherine: 8:26 strange way burglar tried to get into a house that ultimately claimed his life. >> shiri: low risk of showers and contained and i will give
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falling in some parts of town right now but isn't going to last. good morning to you. it is monday, november 30th, last day of november, i'm underwood today. >> gene: i'm gene lavanchy and watching monday morning commute and shiri spear we have thing. >> we did. >> couple of snow showers and form of flurries, guys, mostly out here south of boston, south of the mass pike is where we have had few of those this morning under mostly cloudy skies, 29 in boston right now, 36 in scituate and beware of couple of those again flurries out there, marshfield down to plymouth, getting indications one or two of the flakes around town and as we turn our attention further inland spots like worcester at 24 , amherst, new hampshire at 25 and cooler and stay dry today and going to be the brighter place through
in boston, watching for snowflakes and going to have to keep close eye on boston as well for a couple of the snowflakes but not going to do very much sticking today, perhaps sticking to a couple grassy areas out there and worst we get, noon time 37 and clouds at the coast and inland sunshine and chilly and 39 at 3:00 p.m. and 7:00 this evening 32 the dry stretch continues short lived and time out the next round of showers this time around heavy rain coming to town. julie grauert up now with live drive time traffic and how is it shaping out there. >> julie: 495 northbound right before woburn street route 3 southbound right before 129 billerica road. as we shift south waiting for accident to clear on 93 southbound before 129 as approach the cloverleaf. moving over the bridge at decent clip but still a little backed
here are live drive times. 52 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector and hour on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. back to you. >> gene: patriots are back home from denver and still waiting on word from rob gronkowski. he was carted off the field taken to the locker room for crazy and early reports say the jury is not serious. after the game gronk walked to the bus without a brace or crutches and you can see and pictured here after the game and gronk joins deon lewis and danny amendola that was injured in recent weeks. 47-yard field goal by stephen gosskowsky and goes into overtime and patriots had the ball first and 3rd-1 and cj anderson left side he is gone, 48 yards and that is the game-winning touchdown.
denver wins it 30-24 and patriots fall to 10-1 and fox25 brian fall monkicks off coverage with post game reaction from the locker room. >> reporter: rob gronkowski writing in pain and left game with knee injury and did not return. after the game he was in the locker room standing and he left the locker room under his own power and did not field any questions after the game. tom brady did as did bill belichick but didn't have much to say. >> i don't have update. just, you know, so hard to see these guys get hurt like this and i always have a lot of respect for players that play the game because risk a lot to play and a lot of times get overlooked because you sacrifice a lot and i think i sacrifice
bodies and hard to see them getten taken down by that and part of the sport and understand that and also, you know, i have a lot of respect to players that take the field and he has been through a lot, tough guy so hopefully it is not too serious. we will see. >> amount of work they put in go down and hate to see that. >> may not bead because but we will know in time. fox25 news. >> gene: not the undefeated season but big concern is injury of rob gronkowski and as mentioned he was walking under his own power but extent of own power not known this morning and michael henrich live outside
gillette stadium where the team got home with 45 minutes ago. good morning, michael. >> michael: they were here and then gone and happened at gillette stadium and let's show you the video 45 minutes ago, team buses come from the airport dropping the players off and then they out in their personal cars driving away home but yes, they are back, the season is no longer an undefeated one and fans coming to terms with reality that possibility gronkowski could be out for unknown period of time as you have been hearing and still waiting on information on how gronkowski is doing this morning i tried to get a look at him where we are positioned here in the parking lot of gillette but unfortunately i couldn't get my eyes on him after last night's game and injury, of course, we did see the picture earlier of him standing dressed without a
own power and that sort of image that we have spoken to have some comfort. >> we are going to need him back strong and key players and we have to have them back soon. >> so patriots nation awaits word on gronkowski's injury and we are working hard to bring that to you as soon as we have more and we will update you here on the fox25 morning news. live at gillette stadium in foxborough, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> patriots will host the philadelphia eagles at gillette stadium and fox25 is home for all of that action and pregame coverage starting at 6:00 a.m. leading up to kickoff at 4:25 right here on fox25 and tom leyden back with us at 9:00 hour.
accused of killing three people including massachusetts native at planned parenthood in colorado will be in court. police say this man robert dear opened fire at colorado springs clinic on friday and investigators says deer talked about and nine people were hurt during the shootout examine expected to survive and three people were killed including police officer garrett swayze and fox25 learned on saturday in mem rose and trained along nancy caringon. swayze's wife remembered her husband of 17 years as beloved family man and also devoted husband and wonderful father to two children. swayze leaves behind 11-year-old son and six-year-old daughter and paying for his funeral but there's a fund for the family on website called u caring that's
thousands of dollars and police department tells fox25 it will send its color guard to colorado for swayze's funeral and continuing coverage on the case all morning. >> stash of weapons in lesser man's apartment and due in court this morning. >> gene: there was weapons found and when police came calling he took off and amount of fire power they found in his homemade him incredibly dangerous. >> time it did not happen i did not sleep. >> ran into the woods behind his home and police dogs lost scent at pond and headed out into the water and more than 24 hours later police were able to track him down in royal stone and this morning he will be in court facing charges for not only
having a license for any of those weapons. >> gene: body found in burned out parking lot in mattapan. found late saturday night and tell fox25 they found the burning car with body of white man in his 50s inside and he may have died from a fire lit inside the car. earlier this month a woman's body was found inside a burning car in worcester. police did arrest the man and charged him with misleading the investigation. he is due in court this week. >> catherine: this morning the murder trial of philip chism will continue. it was put on hold for the holiday. he is accused of raping and killing his math teacher two years ago and they were showing chism in the school with whether or noted on hands and clothes and saw him hour after murders with committed buying a mo ticket with ritzer's credit card the judge says the trial is ahead of schedule and jury could get the case within a few weeks. catherine: on tuesday
marathon's bomber's request for new trial. dzhokhar tsamaev's team requested trial outside of boston and no way local jury could be objective. during the first trial dzhokhar's lawyers admitted he and brother tamerlan carried out bombing but argued tamerlan was the mastermind and draws -- dzhokhar is currently on dealing row. >> gene: hearing on lawsuit filed by several women that accused bill cosby of sexual assault. scheduling conference scheduled this afternoon and several women are suing cosby in this case. more than 40 have publicly accused him of sexual misconduct and expected that more information about the allegations will come out today in court. cosby lives in western massachusetts. he denies any wrongdoing. >> jessica: 35 minute commute with average speed about 20 miles per hour on the pike eastbound from the weston tolls into boston. shiri? >> got a little bit of breeze here south shore down to the cape and islands with winds
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>> catherine: robber stormed into a convenience store with a knife in his hand and police releasing the surveillance video it is. look at surveillance video that has neighbors on edge. >> daniel: not only neighbors on edge but business owners and here is another look at surveillance video. you could see the suspect entering the store and he quickly rounds the counter and market located on haverhill
street and knife in his hand threatening to stab the clerk if money wasn't handed over and clerk wasn't hurt but the robber get away with $300 in cash and employee said whole thing leaves him feeling uneasy. >> always concern about security and that's why i have daughter always look and very dangerous. >> daniel: man is white man about 6'3" and any information asked to call the methuen police department and methuen tweeted out police department of the suspect. in newsroom this morning, daniel miller, fox25 news. >> gene: this morning new hampshire man will face charges with deadly car crash in new hampshire. 31-year-old alexander burke was under the influence when he slammed into the car at intersection of lake avenue and union street yesterday morning. local man who was walking to get coffee saw the crash and rushed over tried to help one of the
got hit but she did not make it. >> dying in my arm. yep. oh my god. holding on to her and keeping her comfortable. >> man driving he will be in court charged with dwi. >> catherine: man gets stuck in chemicalny -- chimney he tried to get into. firefighters tried to rescue him but by the time they pulled him out of the chimney he was dead. >> i have been deputy for almost 17 years now and i have never seen anything like this. read about it but personally have never seen anything like this. >> firefighters say the burglar was already breathing heavily when they started working to try to get him out of the chimney and official cause of death has not been released. >> gene: california man has
reasons to be thankful even though as mourns pet. john fischer says luckily animal walked right past granddaughter in his house but unfortunately it did make off with one of the family's chihuahuas. >> i knew he had a dog in his mouth and i could hear the squealing. >> gene: coyote's attacks are fairly common in his neighborhood but what happened to the dog is proof animal are losing fear of people. >> julie: 8:48 and things moving along at decent speed until you get to weston tolls that's where we get a little bit of slowing, shifting north 128 southbound average speeds about 11 miles per hour as you head through lexington. here is live look at zakim bridge, moving over to bridge at decent clip but leverett connector still backed up. over to the live drive times 17 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 42 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector and
southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. fox25 storm tracker weather joining us now. i know earlier this morning we had video of those tiny little snowflakes but it was hard to even catch any like still photos of it like you requested. they were so small. >> ocean effect snow showers and continue to see them through morning and wind coming from the north creating a wind chill of 21. that's how it feels right now, feels like lower 20s and there's a bite to the air for sure this morning at 10:00 a.m. about 33 in boston and noon time 39 and risk for couple flurries in the boston forecast through about noon time today and cloud break apart a little bit here not going to totally clear it out but and cloud and
the coast and in particular southeastern massachusetts because pivoting around the area of high pressure and as they come on shore they are being directed here toward the cape and toward the south shore versus inland where going to get more sunshine all today so satellite and radar kind of not looking all that active but it is really the south shore down to the upper cape where he have seen the most amount of flurries popping on radar this morning. keep in mind as well although at noon time in boston seeing a lot of cloud cover and couple snowflakes and melt when they hit the ground and melt on way down here during the afternoon you could see the clouds erode a little bit and sending you home from work and smooth sailing, going to be easy going, high temperatures get up to about 39, that's it in boston, that would be the coldest afternoon of fall, 38 in beverly and lawrence, 38 in nashua as well as hudson, massachusetts worcester up to 35 but where
shaded things in blue north shore through boston down into southeastern massachusetts, this is where we have the best chance for some continued flurries through early afternoon that would include bridgewater 31, brockton 39 and marshfield and plymouth in the lower 40s and continues across the cape and island and next weather make and her coming through with heavy rain. especially for our wednesday but it all gets started tomorrow. starts tomorrow late morning as couple of showers and continue with these widely scattered somewhat lighter rain showers all throughout the afternoon during the day tomorrow, then check it out into the evening we got more rain but picks up in intensity on tuesday night and into wednesday morning. we get a little lull here from late morning into the early afternoon and wednesday but not done yet because afternoon i got another swath of rain comes in and another round of heavy rain at that and here is 7-day forecast with weekend always in view, 39 today with clouds as
well as flurries on coastline, brighter inland, warm it up to 46 for high tomorrow with developing rain, heaviest steadiest during the overnight hours into wednesday. wednesday we will get a couple waves of rain both morning, afternoon and night high is 52, too bad it is going to be too wet to enjoy that but whole thing wraps up early on thursday with couple snowflakes mixing in and clear out and turn breezy with high of 49 but temperatures actually seasonable, not a little bit warm friday into the weekend with highs in the mid-40s to about 50 as we brighten up beautifully. back to you guys. >> all right. 8:51. cyber monday is here but you might not need to act right away in order to secure the best deals on the web. why fewer people expected to log on this morning. >> starse home and appearance at newport high
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fans purchase $3.4 million of 25 in debut week. 1 million copies more than the previous record set by 'n sync no strings attached and sales accounted for 41% of all ambull ambull -- all the purchases last week. catherine: prince charlotte pictures released. marks the third type the public got peak at princess and last seen at princess in july and her mom, duchess, took the pictures herself. >> gene: too cute. after 100iers hunters have returned to blue hills. not everyone happy about all of this and protest underway to stop the hunt even as first shots are fired. >> tracking couple of snow showers out there postally impacting boston and points