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who has our best chance of seeing some snow. >> reporter: and the frightening fall that wouldn't end. what the woman said one second after surviving the scare of her life. >> announcer: complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is fox 25 news at 10:00. first at 10:00, a vicious attack caught on camera. as people slam wooden chairs against a man beat ton the ground. the disturbing sight happened inside the green brier tav northern brighton. tonight his family wants -- tavern in brighton. tonight his family wants answers. the violent attack may be disturbing for some. fox 25's crystal haynes is live in brighton speaking with the mother all new at 10:00. crystal? >> reporter: mark and vanessa, i can tell you certainly this video is extremely disturbing and in fact, it was a saturday night celebration that
and this mother of this local man wants the bar right behind me to be held accountable. >> i started screaming, crying. my son could have been dead. >> reporter: this local woman didn't want her face shown but this video speaks for itself. she tells me the young man on the ground in khakis and a black shirt is her son being brutally beaten with chairs inside the green brier pub in brighton. >> how does this go on in an establishment and the people that work there don't reach out to help my son. >> reporter: this mother tells me her 20-year-old son and his cousin went to a private party at the pub saturday night and not only was he not asked for i.d. he was served alcohol. >> a couple of times. it wasn't just one time it was a couple of times. this shouldn't go on. this should never happen to someone's kid, especially 20 years old that's not even
>> reporter: she tells me her son sustained a minor concussion, bruises and blood vessel burst in his icht i went to the green brier tonight was told they had no comment. dy obtain the police sergeant's report for that night. it shows when boston police responded to a large fight inside the bar party goers were leaving. they did note blood on the floor and issued a license premises violation for an assault and battery on a patron. >> i think the boss needs to be held accountable. how do you let something like this go on at a private party and no one intervenes to help my son? >> reporter: nowdy call the bar's main headquarters and no answer yet tonight. meantime boston police do tell us they have not spoken with the victim in this case and coming up at 11:00, the potential violation that the bar could face if found responsible.
tonight, i'm crystal haynes, fox 25 news. developing at 10:00 right now police are looking for suspects wanted in a double shooting and stabbing. on the fox 25 at 5:00 and 6:00 we told you there were three victims. one at st. paul street where police are on scene right now and the other scene office harvard street. new tonight, investigators have found the vehicle that may help them tie this twisted puzzle altogether in boston. our kathryn burcham is live in brookline where she just obtained police dispatch audio of the chaotic moments. kathryn? listened to that audio within about the past half hour or so. what it shows is just how quickly police were able to piece together these two crime scenes as part of the same spree. now first, i want to show some video that we just shot within the last hour. it's of the suspect vehicle. a rental car out of new york state that two detectives found in the past few hours in the southend.
searching for that ford focus since it was seen speeding away from harvard street after dumping off two male victims who were left bleeding in the street. police traced that car's path back to this third floor apartment on st. paul street. that's where police say two men confronted three men inside the apartment and then shot and stabbed them. police believe the suspects grabbed two of the victims and dragged them down the stairs and out into that ford focus leaving signs of struggle along the way. listen as they describe the scene. >> kroll. >> we have a subject with a gunshot wound. 198 st. paul street. >> i need some of my callers there's blood on the wall here and on the floor here. i don't hear any disturbance. >> reporter: all three victims are recovering tonight at local hospitals. police say they could be the real key to the motive here as police tell us they've all had legal trouble before.
for now we're live in brookline, kathryn burcham, fox 25 news. when the story first broke we alert you on the fox 25 news app. it's free-for-all devices. new at 10:00, boston mayor marty walsh saying tonight he's all in when it comes to the $1.7 billion casino being built in everett. fox 25 confirming tonight that walsh struck a deal with billionaire developer steve wynn they will drop the challenges in exchange for an extra $400,000 a year in compensation. the deal brings an end to years of resistance. investigators taking evidence here from a home in fitchburg tonight after the hunt for a suspected killer from virginia comes to a violent end there. this video is new at 10:00 tonight. that suspect wanted for kidnapping and murder charges in virginia. police say 43-year-old dana williams shot himself this morning as u.s. marshals closed in with a search warrant to a building on chester street.
tonight at u-mass medical center in worcester. william was wanted in murder of brooks and the kidnapping of brooks wife from their virginia home last thursday. neighbors in fitchburg are shocked tonight. >> he was very nice and polite to us. i would have never guessed that he would do these crimes. >> william is also reportedly a convicted sex offender who served time for rape. brooks is still missing tonight. now to a live look at current temperatures right now. as you can see the mild day followed with some freezing temperatures tonight. fox 25's chief meteorologist kevin lemanowicz is tracking the cooldown in the storm tracker weather center. the concern tonight is black ice. >> the problem with that is well, today we had temperatures mark well above normal it's melted any snow that's out there. there may be some still left in your yard. 46 hyannis, sure, cooler yesterday but plenty warm to do some melting. in boston it's still above freezing at 36
you go out to watertown you are close to freezing. malden is below right now. to the north shore we had some here, too. places like newburyport is freezing then out to the west we didn't have much around chelmsford, and lowell. worcester county had some here. holden 28 . then finally to the south shore and cape cod we had plenty of snow. temperatures are flirting with freezing. marshfield at 32 right now. here's cape cod more places still above freezing but there will be some spots at or below freezing in the next couple hours. when you step out your door you may be running into some of that black ice on your driveways and walkways. getting to your car or to the bus in the morning may be an issue. plus, i'm tracking another storm coming up the coast. how close that gets to us with the latest information coming in right now. kevin we'll see you again in just a bit. new at 10:00, flames ripped through a dunkin' donuts. these pictures were snapped right around 3:00 this morning.
flames shooting out the roof. no one was hurt in the fire and the building was destroyed. a rabies alert tonight in massachusetts. new at 10:00 brockton health officials issuing the warning. they say two dogs were attacked by a raccoon on their property. that raccoon was picked and tested positive for rabies. people who live in that area are asked to call animal control if they see a wild animal acting strangely. also tonight we're getting our hands on never before seen details in the dzhokhar tsarnaev case. as fox 25's bob ward reveals they include hundreds of documents, including search warrants and f.b.i. reports detailing the moments the marathon bomber was captured. >> reporter: dzhokhar tsarnaev nearly lost his life when he was captured in watertown hiding in a covered boat. according to these newly released files tsarnaev was in critical condition at beth israel medical center with serious gunshot wounds to his head, face, throat, jaw, left hand and both legs. tsarnaev left eye was
made it impossible for tsarnaev to speak to investigate yochts but right after surgery tsarnaev wrote that he and his brother acted alone that there were no more bombs. tsarnaev had his own questions asking about brother tamerlan now dead for two days. is my brother alive i know you said he is are you lying is he alive? one person can tell you that. both sides agreed to the release. the government was very concerned about the anti-death penalty activist called in the 11th thundershower try and save tsarnaev from the death penalty. she was not on a witness list and prosecutors were clearly concerned arguing
there is one two will judge her testimony fictional. he was sentenced to death he's now at the so-called supermax prison in colorado. his motion for a new trial denied. i'm bob ward, fox 25 news. tonight a man tells fox 25 he was trying to help the mbta put out a fire on the tracks and then something happened he didn't expect. >> they grabbed me like grabbed me like i murdered someone. >> all new at 10:00 why the man got in trouble for trying to help fight the flames. plus, a wild ride caught on camera when a man steals a cop car. why the officer wasn't in the driver's seat in the first place. but first, a local high school might have to change its mascot because some think it's racist. the heated debate that just wrapped up inside at auditorium.
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less than an hour ago a spirited debate wrapped up at the high school. fox 25's john monahan is live in tewkesbury to show
us how people are feeling now that meeting is over. john? >> reporter: vanessa, dozens of people got up to speak many more and many against that mascot name. but inside the auditorium the stands were filled with people wearing red t-shirts and displaying that emblem. >> reporter: the tewkesbury highs auditorium awash in red. young, old, parent and student all here and many wearing t-shirts with the mascot name the redmond scrawled across the front. >> we're going to stand by exactly what we said in the short space how we do. >> reporter: between 400 and 500 people turned you to the speak out about tewkesbury high's mascot. which some hold deer dear.
our redmond nickname honor native americans and their contributions. >> reporter: while others say it's an insult. >> the use of native american mascots is offensive. >> reporter: and
the 1999 tewkesbury high grad. >> i don't really think it matters what i feel. i think it matters what the native americans feel. overwhelmingly in the research that i've done it shows that the native americans have found it offensive. >> reporter: this the first of three meeting to discuss a possible name change. one not everyone agrees with. >> if you don't like it that's your problem. it's nobody else's. >> reporter: both sides made their point. >> this settlement is repression and discrimination. >> reporter: now both sides hope the school committee will take their position seriously. >> we're just hoping that they will actually listen to what everybody had to say and how they feel. make sure all these guys get to be redmen just like we were. >> reporter: residents got to speak tonight.
next month and the superintendent hopes to make his recommendations in march or april. we're live in tewkesbury tonight, john monahan, fox 25 news. north attleboro students will return to class in the morning with an added police presence after school threats cut their day short. they received a threat this morning and those students were let out at 11:30 as a precaution. middle school students were sent home shortly after that. since the building is close by. >> our society is crazy. like i'm afraid for kids. i'm afraid for my kids, i'm afraid for my friends who are having little ones right now. like what is the world going to be like for them. >> the initial investigation of the high school found no immediate threats. local leaders heading to the nation's capitol to get the word out about a drug that's fueling the local opioid overdose epidemic. the manchester, new hampshire police chief telling the senate about dangers of fentanyl. it has been died to the latest spike of overdoses from 19 deaths in 2014 to 69
>> fentanyl is actually can be as much as 50 times more powerful than marijuana. it's an analgesic and right now the penalties aren't lined up with heroin in terms of how potent fentanyl is. >> senator kelly ayotte has introduced a bill to increase the penalties for those caught selling fentanyl. >> new at 10:00 a sign that the heroin epidemic is still growing. hingham police found five syringes on the side of the road yesterday. if you see one in hingeham don't touch it just call police. major construction project now underway in boston. the hub on causeway expansion will transform the area around north station and t.d. garden. the 1.6 million square foot space will feature shops, offices and a hotel. it will sit right where the old garden used to be. and the first phase is expected to be completed by 2018. >> the entire project fully built out is going to bring over 3800 construction jobs and over 4500 permanent jobs. >> reporter: the mayor also said the project will create much needed workforce
>> presidential candidate bernie sanders saying his meeting with president obama today was "positive and constructive. the vermont senator and the president met for an informal talk at the white house today. president obama has said he will not endorse a particular candidate in the race. as we first told you last night on the fox 25 news at 10:00, republican front-runner donald trump will not take part in the final debate before the iowa caucuses. >> the question is tonight will it cost him? fox 25's political reporter sharman sacchetti got answers. >> reporter: donald trump is saying he wants no part of the fox debate. it's something his republican rivals are welcoming but will it backfire on him? republican front-runner donald trump's ballottability refusal to take part in the thursday because of his problem with a fox anchor sparking iowa caucuses. >> if she asks him mean questions i mean, hair hair might stand owned. >> i'm basically saying it there or not. not there though.
new hampshire institute of politics where the final g.o.p. debate will be held just before the new hampshire primary. how happy are the other candidates right now? >> i think they're very happy. >> reporter: executive director tells me trump is likely the one who will come out on top in his war with fox adding it's one more way he has been able to dominate the news cycle and take all the air out of the room away from the other candidates. but that's not all. >> he's showing his face that he is tough so he's basically going right into his message of i don't take bull from anyone. and it's perfect. it's perfect for him. >> reporter: it's not just debate drama on the g.o.p. side either. bernie sanders fresh off a meeting with the president obama at the white house after months of arguing for debates he's set to sit out an unsanctioned debate in new hampshire the week before the primary. is it right move. i think bernie sanders realize he needs to be able to compete in many of these states going into
he cannot be disavowed from being part of those debates. >> reporter: so ultimately does what in iowa matter to new hampshire voters and they are watching and it does boost fund-raising. sharman sacchetti, fox 25 news. >> we want to let you know our blair miller is travelling to iowa for the state's caucuses. you can watch his live reports beginning on sunday. troubling report released tonight reveals a trend turning up at the busiest airport. it starts inside the air traffic control centers. plus, a helicopter crashes in the middle of the street. what the pilot reported before the moment of impact. >> a underground scare when flames light up the tracks. new at 10:00 why a man who tried to help the mbta got in trouble instead. jeb bush once stood tall. before his campaign sank like a rock and he started desperately slinging mud on fellow republicans. that's not presidential, jeb.
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helicopter crashing down in a long island neighborhood. the student pilot and instructor were able to walk away here. the chopper reported engine problems before going down two miles from the airport. a transportation watchdog group airing concern about understaffing at air traffic control centers. 13 of the f.a.a.s critical air traffic control centers
monitoring the skies over busy cities like atlanta, new york city and chicago. the agency is putting trainees to work requiring overtime. the f.a.a. says it's needing staff. homeland security is now looking into 3,000 people who have overstayed their visas. we told you last week more than 500,000 people overstayed their visas last year alone. rob portman is calling for a stronger tracking system. >> we have to take it up. there's no excuse for it. we have the technology now that the much more efficient for tracking people, monitoring them knowing who they are. >> congress passed a law 20
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7,000 prisoners were freed. january 27th has become international holocaust memorial day. the 11 million people of the holocaust were remembered in ceremonies across the globe today. it's burning through that conduit. >> flames start spreading on the tracks next and new at 10:00 why the man
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a fire breaks out at the tracks at an mbta stop. passengers waiting for the next train say it took the mbta a few minutes to take action. >> one man couldn't stand it so he jumped on the tracks to try and help but t officials said he crossed the line. fox 25's ted daniel spoke to the man who will now end up in court. he's live in boston with the story. ted? >>
reporter: this happened during rush hour on the orange line platform, mark
the employees were having trouble extinguishing the fire because they couldn't see it. a man decided to take action in his own hands and it's all caught on video. >> reporter: right there. right blou. how many people does it take to put a small fire out
underneath this north station platform? >> right underneath you? pull the pinch. >> reporter: this one you got to see and hear for yourself. no, no, no. >> reporter: that belongs to 31-year-old camille. >> the fire was actually underneath the platform. >> reporter: camille and a number of others on the other side of the tracks provide a running commentary. >> what a bunch of idiots. >> reporter: and advice on how to put it out. as the minutes pass with trains halted frustration mounts.
get out. >> reporter: what camille calls instinct transit police call dangerous. >> and they grabbed me like grabbed me like i murdered someone or something. >> reporter: camille was kicked out of north station and told he would receive a summons in the mail not good for a guy who says he's already on probation. >> can you understand why they don't want people on the tracks? >> i can understand why they don't want people on the tracks, like they don't want people getting hurt or electrocuted. but like, the employees didn't know what they
were doing? i wanted to put out that fire. like i didn't want anyone else getting hurt. >> reporter: the fire was extinguished a short time later. the comments those kept coming. >> all right, 35 minutes later the t got this. >> is it still there? >> reporter: so i did ask camille if he would do it all over again and i was surprised when he said yes. when that summons arrives in the mail he says he plans to
ted daniel, fox 25 news. >> announcer: now your local forecast from chief meteorologist kevin lemanowicz and the fox 25 storm tracker weather team. >> chilly for teddy at least for a january night. temperatures are in the 30s but they've been falling and that's a problem. boston is 35. now watertown you're down to 32 you were 33 when i talked to you at the top of the newscast. lynn at 33 bottom line there are places along the coast where you have snow this past weekend that are below freezing tonight. there's likely still some moisture around from that melting snow on your walkway, driveway perhaps on the road near your house. you get down to newburyport 31 , salisbury beach, 30 just a coating of snow. that is melting away with temperatures in the 40s. out here in worst every county same thing especially southern worcester county where it's all 28 degrees
all freezing up. marshfield on the coast 32 , 31 all these places where the refreezing is happening you get that black ice danger. i want you to be aware of that going to work or off to the school bus because that is certainly a dangerous situation. look at west harwich you are down to 32 . all that snow is melting around cape cod. thank you for these reports these coming there twitter. bob in millis 32 after a high of 45 another melting day that's what we've been talking about. this one too from frank. 32 again freezing. beautiful clear sky out there. appreciate the reports coming in by twitter and now you can also send them to me on instagram as well just started that up as well tonight. feel free to get those reports to me. always like to have that ground truce. 20s overnight to watch out for those patches of ice. hour by hour worcester county going back to 23 with sunshine. that sun will be fading in
too. up to 34 by 10:00. it will be on par with what the temperatures were today. so if you had any snow left it will continue to melt tomorrow. look to the south. there are two storm systems one out here that's dragging a cold front through tornado today. that's pushing offshore another storm behind it will develop and come off the coast to our south and try nor'easters. but just going to be too far away to be a big problem for us. here are the clear skies overnight tonight. first thing in the morning you are waking up to sunshine. now in the middle of the day you will start to see a few clouds coming in here. however, the precipitation so far to our south. now high temperatures during the day tomorrow will still be mild. 44 taunton, 42 reply mouth. scituate is at 42 off to the north and west of boston 32 westborough, sudbury, concord and wayland the 43 tomorrow afternoon. let's take a look at the close pass of that storm.
the boundary layer just too warm to support snow. this does come ashore the in. the morning. just a quick little brushing looks now. meanwhile a clipper system coming from the west producing some snow or period to light to moderate snow out here in the berkshires. much of that will not make it but it's still possible to get some light snow here. snow or rainshowers as it comes on by. coastal storms too far south. don't forget about that clipper. some rain or snow is likely friday so it doesn't look like it's going to be very much. as that system pulls away we warm up saturday into sunday with temperatures approaching 50 by the end of the weekend. in fact there's your weekend always in view. look how mild it's going to be. if we do are have any snow left it will be gone by monday. a little boy runs and store.
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we have learned the news of the victim in the peabody murder-suicide that we told you about last night. today the district attorney's office identified the victim from brazil. he stabbed her at a home then turned the knife on himself. prosecutors say the two had dated until october when the relationship ended. we spoke to her long time landlord. >> i'm stunned, shocked. nice lady. tragedy be, tragedy all around.
a relative from brazil right before the stabbing. the person on the other end heard a scream then the line went went dead so she had a local relative call 9-1-1. a man hit and killed by a tire has been identified as 26-year-old charles hugh. hugh is from lexington. that tire that killed him fell off a pickup truck and flew over a median yesterday afternoon. no charges have been filed against the truck's driver. brockton teenager shot by a stray bullet is now home from the hospital. zach was shot earlier this month in his own kitchen when a bullet flew through a wall and hit him in the shoulder. today his grandmother told fox 25 zach is exhausted and resting. the teen says he's doing better than he was and police believe the shooting happened when people in two cars opened fire on each other near zach's home. a father's fight over his daughter's cell phone going all the way to a judge. new at 10:00 that north texas dad says he finally has justice after he was handcuffed in the middle of the night and carted off to jail. ronald jackson took his 12-year-old daughter's cell phone away when he
message. but his ex-wife and new husband who happens to be a back. jackson refused for months before being arrested. >> i didn't want the police department telling me how to parent my child. it made no sense to me for them to show up and make a big deal out of something that was such a small thing. >> a judge ruled today there was not enough evidence to prove he stole the phone and found jackson not guilty. jackson has not talked to his daughter since this whole dispute started. well, tonight a local pizza shop owner is in hot water. >> next at 10:00 the offer he is accused of making to his 19-year-old employees and had her calling cops immediately. police need help finding the person who knocked down a bunch of head stones at a local cemetery. where investigators have a hunch who's behind it and can't do anything about it. >> it's a man steals a state trooper's car and you get a front row seat it to. who the criminal apologized
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elizabeth hopkins went for answers and met an expectant home. >> reporter: julie is look third child. pregnancy so far. >> reporter: before the birth of her second the family went away a short trip this time around she is staying home. >> unless it was an absolute necessity for me or my husband to travel no chance. >> reporter: the concern is the zika virus a disease carried by mosquitoes. it's new to the americas and according to the pan-american health organization, it's likely to spread to the u.s. for now it's showing up in places u.s. residents vacation. places like the caribbean, central and south america, says infectious disease specialist dr. paul stats of brigham & women's hospital. unfortunately there is no treatment for zika. home with are pregnant women who are planning to become pregnant should not travel to zika areas right now unless they absolutely must. >> reporter: for most people the virus can be mild. it's shown up in handful of
but in pregnant women it can cause birth defects. >> there has been one case of this abnormality in microcephaly occurring in brains and in hawaii that's somebody who travelled from a zika location was pregnant when they there were. >> reporter: that's why prevention is key. the doctor says women who travel to these areas should use mosquito netting, repellent, wear long clothes and stay in air conditioned areas. she will not be travelling. >> the transition of -- transmission of this virus is very concerning. >> reporter: elizabeth hopkins, fox 25 news. lights out for local teens hoping to head to a tanning salon. a bill banning tanning beds passing the massachusetts house today for under under the age of 18. it will protect young people from skin cancer. tanning salon owners though say the beds are safe if used responsibly. new tonight we've learned it costs $2,000 to clean the boston public
overnight. news of the tagging was breaking during the fox 25 morning news. police got the call between 11:30 and midnight. the suspect described as an african-american man with a gray hoodie. a red hat and a backpack. people care very much about how we respond to these alcoholics and that -- challenges that the building is kept as one of the artifacts and cultural heritage for the city. >> boston mayor marty walsh told fox 25 if you get caught tagging property in the city of boston you will be prosecuted. more than a dozen head stones toppled in quincy overnight. it marks the expected time in four months this cemetery has been vandalized. the city believes the same vandals might be responsible. jane galvan's husband grave was desecrated. >> it's not theirs. leave it alone. what else do we need to say. does it make them feel good
hurting someone's feelings? deep, deep feelings. >> reporter: cemetery does not have surveillance cameras but police will step up patrols. a well-known pizza shop owner is in trouble after police say he tried recruiting one of his former employees to be a prostitute. police say the 19-year-old former worker at liberty pizza in waveland told them he made the proposal. detectives say they caught him on surveillance video telling the woman she could make hundreds of dollars a night having sex with married men and he would line it all up. customers we talked to could not believe the allegations. >> it seems like he does a lot for the high school, for the schoolkids. that's what really surprised me. >> investigators say the suspect's wife worked with him at the pizza shop and had no idea anything was going on. he is out on bail tonight. tonight we have incredible video showing a man steal a police car. the man was in the front seat of the cruse as the officer searched his trunk when the officer found marijuana the man hopped in the driver's seat and hit the gas.
the wild ride. the night starts with a traffic stop. 23-year-old benjamin pulls over for following too closely and unsafe lane changes. the trooper asks him a few questions. >> where are you coming from tonight? >> i'm coming from oklahoma, well, my family lives in oklahoma. >> reporter: the two continue to chat while the trooper writes a warning. just before hanson walks away the trooper decides to can ask him a few more questions. >> do you have anything illegal out there in your car? >> no, sir. can i go search your car? >> is there probable cause? >> no, i have reasonable decision. >> reporter: while the trooper searched his car he waits. troopers discover several large bags of marijuana hidden in the trunk. hanson is handcuffed. when the troopers continue
when he makes his move and takes off in the trooper's vehicle. throwing the bags of the pat onto the street swerving in and out of traffic with cash the k-9 in tow for the bumpy ride. minutes later he crash into a fence and jumps out of the patrol car and takes off. this video has become a learning tool they are working to make changes within the department. >> it really opens your eyes that nobody is immune to having something like that happen. >> the highway patrol found him about an hour and a half later as he ran out. tonight he's sitting in a jail cell. can you imagine the charges he now faces relative to what he started out with. >> bold move there. >> it's lucky he wasn't killed. >> facing more charges. >> police got their man in the end as they always do. right, kevin? >> i bet they do. temperatures falling down below freezing in many towns that's a problem because these temperatures were well
in the 40s and that caused a lot of melting of whatever snow is left out there it's causing black ice to form on surfaces like your sidewalk, your walkway your driveway even some of the roads. but most are treated pretty well won't be an issue but duck getting close to 33. last check in harwich it was 33 . another one coming in 33 out out there so clearly even on cape cod at the beaches you can have that issue. be careful on your way to temperatures will be look like this in the 20s to near 30 but everywhere below freezing all the way down to nantucket first thing in the morning. satellite and radar shows it clear out there.
through florida make that would happen friday morning coming by from the west in the great lakes. accumulation as far as east worcester or boston. >> in the back row onto the next round. congratulations. >> in that massachusetts own jessica both moving on during hollywood week of "american idol". congrats to both of them. we're certainly watching and rooting you on. >> they did great. developing news in that standoff in oregon at 11:00 the message the leader of the group has for his followers that could bring
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celtics deserve credit three game win stream entering tonight's game gerns this a game you really just can't lose. denver is not very good the celtics did take care of business at t.d. garden. how about this little guy he has been taking lessons from mark ockerbloom. marcus smart steals it and sails the other way. he had a big night that made it a 13-point game. isiah thomas hoping to get
four guys on the way to hoop, whatever, bring it. 18-point game in the fourth. evan turner checks in. shot clock going to wind down. turner scored 14. nuggets made a little run in the fourth. slams it home. but this was avery bradley's night he finished with 27 on lead the way. the celtics win by eight. you heard me talk about marcus smart he will play in the nba's rising star challenge averaging only nine points a game but he does get the nod to represent the celtics in toronto during the all-star weekend. smart has been hampered by injuries throughout the season. injuries a big reason why so many of the patriots have flown off. all seven pats have backed out the probowl tonight one of the coaches mike mccarthy said he wasn't going hawaii either. he had a doctor's note and everything for a bad stomach virus. injured in the patriots win over kansas city the hope is that mayo will be ready to go for training camp in july.
has torn a pectoral muscling. tom brady a personal touch on facebook. a handwritten thank you note for the fan support wrapping it up with our goal is to win the last game
but as i've learned the road to the next one is paved by seasons like this one. nice touch. meanwhile i got wrap it up with some amaying video tonight. check this out. how would you feel about taking a tumble thousand feet down the face of a mountain. this is angel the video just released today. happened last spring. listen it to then listen to what she says when it's all done. >> i'm okay. i'm okay. >> can you imagine. incredible. no broken bones.
amazing story to tell her kids some day. we are celebrating an anniversary with bill belichick. that's straight ahead on the fox 25 news at 11:00. >> now at 11:00 a barroom beatdown. a young man on the floor kicked and hit with stools. his mother's plea to
find who hurt her son. time for a change. some say a long time mascot at a local school is offensive. the numbers many say should end the debate. >> this storm developing to our south coming up the coast the latest track in right now where snow and rain is most likely. tracks. tonight hear from the man who was trying to help but wound up with a whole lot of trouble. >> announcer: complete new right now. this is fox 25 news at 11:00. >> reporter: brutal attack happening inside a local bar. a man on the ground is beaten and hit with stools. thanks for staying with us i'm mark ockerbloom. >> reporter: i'm vanessa welch. new tonight we drug up the