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ter 12:00 p. america runs on dunkin'. >> gene: now at 7:00, the race gets interesting and results remain in limbby. the single precinct still holding out. >> sara: on the republican side ted cruz comes out on top. >> god bless the great state of iowa. >> sara: weighing into the win and trump surprise response to the 2nd place finish. >> gene: fox25 goes to new hampshire. live team coverage starts right now. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: 7:00 on tuesday morning. not just any tuesday morning, people. it is groundhog day on
lavanchy. >> sara: i'm sara underwood. thank you for joining us. presidential hopefuls are descending in new hampshire right now as the iowa race remains a dead heat. we will bring you any information as soon as, get it. today meetingologist shiri spear joins us from the fox25 stormtracker weather center with the wake-up weather, another warm day not like yesterday. >> shiri: still mild out there, i'm ignoring phil and bringing march back to the forecast today, not april like we had yesterday. sun coming up in boston, 38 , 26 right now in plymouth, 29 in beverly, 33 in worcester, 23 in nashua, new hampshire, so 20s and 30s along with that sunshine is going to make for a nice morning by 9:00 a.m., notice temperatures are moving into the mid and the upper thirties, still seeing sun. in fact, that's not going to budge. the sunny skies continue here at noon time today with temperatures in the middle 50s -- excuse me middle 40s by lunchtime and afternoon
to be kind of cool out there in lower 40s. temperatures will end up peeking in between and close to 50 in a couple spots and then you will see tomorrow morning, pretty different picture at 7:00 a.m. with the moisture just starting to move in. 65 yesterday in boston, today 47, that's a big cooldown and latest on wind and rain coming up and julie grauert has one of the accidents she is tracking. >> julie: 128 southbound, off ramp to highland avenue, sky fox ended up leaving the scene and still have closure to highland avenue in needham because of that earlier accident. few accidents to tell but north of town, one on route 3 southbound, right before treble cove in billerica. other 128 southbound right near route 2 in the lexington area. here are live drive times, 21 minutes on route 3 southbound from 495 to 128, 30 minutes on 93 south from the cloverleaf to the leverett connector and 25
university avenue in westwood to the weston tolls. sara and gene, back to you. >> sara: the candidates have left iowa but there's some unfinished business this morning on the democratic side. >> gene: final caution wrapped up hours ago but still too close to call between hillary clinton and bernie sanders. one official in iowa say the results are closest in caucus history. here is where the numbers stand at this hour. clinton and sanders separated by just a fraction. clinton 49.9 approximates are, sanders 49.5. bernie sanders has not conceded but not stopped hillary clinton from declaring victory. >> as i stand here tonight breathing a big sigh of relief. thank you, iowa. >> i think about what happened tonight, i think the people of iowa have sent a very profound message to the political establishment, to the economic
meanwhile many experts are focusing in on marco rubio finishing stronger than expected rubio predicted his momentum in iowa would ultimately lead him to the gop nomination. >> gene: overnight two former governors ended bid following poor showings in iowa. mark huckabee and former democratic governor of maryland martin o'malley bowed out. team coverage from the granite state this morning and michael henrich covering the republican candidates, but first we start with fox25 catherine parrotta who's live in nashua following the democrats and we are down to just two candidates now on democratic field, catherine. >> catherine: just two candidates and both of them arrived in new hampshire just after 4:30 this morning, and both candidates also have events here in new hampshire today again to recap clinton declaring victory but no official results from iowa just yet, and what iowa democrats are calling the
there, but hillary clinton will be starting the day here in nashua community college. bernie sanders though also had some events scheduled today, and he said this shortly after arriving in new hampshire. take a listen. >> just got in to iowa. >> catherine: bernie sanders has two get out the votes today. first is keene in 3:00 and hillary clinton will have a similar event at nashua community college at 11:00 and joined by former president clinton and they will both be joined by gabby gifford tonight. according to the latest data bernie sanders is leading in the polls in new hampshire for the democrats but this isn't a first time clinton come to new hampshire trailing in the polls. in 2008 it was predicted she would lose new hampshire to then senator obama and ended up with three percentage points and by that, by winning against senator obama but it could be tight, especially if last night is any
both be here in new hampshire today for the events and face-to-face and town hall meeting tomorrow night and might have a second meeting in new hampshire and there's been controversy over that. live here in nashua, new hampshire, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> sara: the republicans will also be busy today. chris christie has the first event of the day. fox25 michael henrich is live in nashua, and michael, new jersey governor has put all of his focus pretty much on new hampshire right now. >> michael: very busy schedule, in the middle of 12 town hall blitz between now and friday and several other events as well, including this one, salvation army groundhog day breakfast at crown plaza in nashua. the parking lot here is already starting to fill up with that breakfast starting in just about an hour and christie and others are trying to make up grounds. >> congratulations. >> michael: flying to new hampshire after the victory
senator from texas ted cruz with champagne in hand, looks to rally in granite state. poll shows cruz in 2nd place here in new hampshire. iowa governor john kasich who recently picked up a pair of notable newspaper endorsements has risen to 2nd place tie. still billionaire donald trump is polling in first with a sizable more than 20-point lead here in new hampshire. something to watch, whether florida senator marco rubio 3rd place finish last night in iowa will attract supporters away from kasich, new jersey governor christie and former florida governors jeb bush who left the midwest early to focus on new hampshire. level of need in first in nation primary can probably be reflected in the amount of events that are scheduled for today with cruz and trump holding just one event each
by my last count of schedule. so how many candidates will new hampshire whittle out of the race for the presidency? we will keep close eye on it the next week. michael henrich, fox25 news. >> sara: fox25 is the place to turn to all week leading up to the new hampshire primary and we will have live reports. we will be anchoring the coverage from the election studio in manchester and also bringing you primary specialists every night at 7:00 featuring fox 25 sharman sacchetti with in depth reports on candidates and expert analysis. then on primary night we will be with you from the news at 5:00 p.m. straight through 11:30 bringing you live results, live reports from candidates headquarters and the speeches as they happen. also stream it all live on myfoxboston.com and on the fox25 news app and ahead this hour, what it means when there's a tie in the caucus. our political expert weighs in at 7:30. >> gene: 7:09 this morning.
died. these happened on main street in woburn before midnight. photographer was on the scene as the situation. official tell us the motorcycle crashed into back of a parked van. police will not release the name of the person killed in the crash and say he is a man in his mid to late 20s. gene: investigators say they are amazed woman hit by car and drug for miles is alive at all this morning. doctors were able to save her arms but say she still has a long road to recovery. alleged driver that hit her hid her face in court yesterday. 44-year-old woman from sandwich pled not guilty to hitting the woman and man in chinatown and dragging woman for three years into the expressway in dorchester. another person spotted her and got out of her car, saw the victim on the ground and then took off. police stopped her a short time later.
bail. gene: list booking as massage therapist. twice charged offering sex for a fee in brighton in 2007 and again in waltham in 2009. both were continued without a finding. next court date is february 26th. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes every ten minutes and hour 93 south from the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: dressing kids 30 out there now, 32 at 8:00 a.m. and 9:00 this morning, 35 with continuing sunshine. i will show you when to expect the 40s and 50s next. >> sara: a police officer remains outside of local home where toddler was taken away with life-threatening injuries. coming up at 7:30 what we learned about the active investigation and why a family member could be to blame.
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on air bmb. >> daniel: violated the school policy by allowing people to rent his room on-site airbnb and fellow students standing by his side and posted picture on facebook and two friends wearing t-shirts declaring the support. worth says he was trying to offset of school to people visiting boston and never read anything in the school's policy that prohibited him for renting out the dorm room and college officials say it is in the residents hall policy and sign. while emerson may not agree, hundreds are on the the side. petition going around online this morning showing support and last check there are more than 260 people who have signed it.
in newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 news. >> gene: local fiber has been suspended. mark carron called drug addicts losers and implied that patients should be left to die instead of receiving the overdose reversing drug narcan. weymouth fire chief tells fox25 the firefighter was frustrated but that's not an excuse. >> better way than posting on social media. >> gene: some have called for carron to be fired but no other disciplinary action has been planned. >> sara: barnstable high school canceled extracurricular activities after police got a threat after the last bell range yesterday. cape cod times report they would
threat, saying it was submitted electronically. mashpee was released earlier in the day because of a bomb threat the students were evacuated and all backpack searched before day. robocall sending students out of their classroom at lexington high school as well. sweep of the school but found no threat there, so students returned to class. phoned in threat to billerica memorial high school launched a police response. they determined this was a low level threat and classes resumed after a sweep of the building. police stayed at the school for the rest of the day. >> gene: local congressman stopping fake police standoff is victim of one herself. u.s. representative katherine clark was home in melrose watching tv sunday night when police officers swarmed her house. they had received a computer generated phone call saying shots fired and active shooter in her home.
was no shooter and incident is under investigation and looking at combating hoax emergency calls known as swatting. >> julie: 7:17 on tuesday. mass state police about closed offramp at 128 southbound. offramp in needham at exit 19b is still closed because of earlier tractor-trailer rollover average speeds on 128 northbound approaching that site about 18 miles per hour. things slow on 93 south pretty typical for this time of the morning commute from woburn through medford into somerville and average speeds 11 miles per hour as you could see on route 1 in saugus, jammed packed right now as you approach lynn fells parkway. here are braintree split to the pike, 30 minutes 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. we have a quiet day today but tomorrow you're tracking some incoming issues.
tomorrow gets pretty mess and he break down with the weather threats on wednesday. rain and wind going to be the biggest ones but there's the small threat for ice up into southern new hampshire, southern vermont, western massachusetts. first thing tomorrow morning but for right now how about 33 in worcester, 38 in boston, 30 in lawrence, 26 in plymouth, 28 in new bedford, this isn't too bad for an early february start. no, it is not as mild as it was yesterday, but it is going to be a decent day with above average temperatures. mosquito as you wake up in the boston area and we are simply sticking with the sunshine today, 9:00 a.m. 40 , 11:00 a.m. 43, by 1:00 this afternoon in boston 46 and that's around where we top out in boston itself. there are warmer spots including norwood, new bedford at 50 this afternoon, 48 in plymouth, 45 in beverly, 47 fitchburg and nashua and 47 this afternoon.
the beast is moving toward us along with the clouds that will arrive overnight tonight and some moisture that will likely be inching in around 7:00 tomorrow morning. initially it will be cold enough southern new hampshire, berkshires for sleet mixing in, touch of freezing rain where we still have temperatures very close to freezing, but by 10:00 in the morning there are going to be above freezing temperatures, steady rain developing over southern new hampshire, western massachusetts, that's where we get a lot of the heavy rain during the morning hours, but notice during the afternoon scattered showers in boston, not quite as heavy there, but once we hit about dinner time we do get the heavier rain in boston and then moving into southeastern mass. just kind of a rainy wednesday here. even thursday the potential for some lingering showers out across the cape and islands because the front will be so slow to move away. we got temperatures that will pull all the way into the 50s here as we head into the day tomorrow. this is the 7-day forecast with
for groundhog day, lots of shadows around here today because of the sunshine but tomorrow it is wind, it is rain, gusts around 40 miles per hour, thursday slight chance shower in the morning, friday, saturday brighter and sunday come the clouds mix of rain and snow. over to you guys. >> gene: look at what's going on in punxsutawney, pennsylvania punxsutawney phil is out. does he or does he not see the shadow? let's listen in. >> what do you think? >> winter. >> winter. >> ready?
>> hear ye, hear ye, february 2nd, 130th annual punxsutawney phil progress noscater was wakened from thousands of faithful followers. in groundhog eve to the precise prediction scroll which translated read. the inner circle goes to great ends to keep me abreast of the latest trends. down in my bureau i never get bored riding on my hover board. and i sure have fun flying my drone but the weather forecasting is my comfort zone. is this current warming trend -- current warm weather more than a
this winter has come to an end. [ applause ] >> there's no shadow to be cast, an early spring is my forecast. [ cheers ] >> gene: no shadow so that means we are coming to an early end of winter and i got to tell you that might be the most beautiful thing i have heard. >> sara: it is a victory. victory, ladies and gentlemen. thank you, punxsutawney phil. >> gene: so beautiful. >> sara: yes.
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that means an early spring. record going back to 1887 to find that phil predicted early spring 18 times. >> sara: that's a good tidbit. what did you say? >> shiri: 39% accurate. >> sara: we deserve a break this year after last year. >> shiri: we do. i don't feel winter has actually started. i'm getting an evil eye from gene right now. let's talk about the above average temperatures. let's do that. this is how much cooler it is this morning verses where we stood yesterday norwood, plymouth, new bedford, all 20 cooler 33 worcester as you wake up, 28 chelmsford, 22 in ringe, new hampshire. auburn, new hampshire at 25 , reading at 26, walpole 29, boston balmy 38 and duxbury to sandwich 33 and day planner will feature all day sunshine, 45
highs in the upper 40s which is 10 above average and then by 7:00 this evening, 38 . we got cheer skies still in place but big changes tomorrow in the form of rain and wind and going to break down where to plan on heaviest showers coming up in less than ten. back over to julie grauert with live drive time traffic this morning. keeping an eye on some of the accidents. >> julie: 128 southbound blocked because of earlier accident and average speed 18 miles per hour as you approach the pike. 93 south still jammed from woburn down to medford into somerville and route 1 in saugus bumper-to-bumper as you approach lynn fells parkway. 49 minutes on the pike from 495 to mass ave, 36 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike, 33 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls.
>> sara: unfinished business on the iowa caucus. >> gene: clinton 49.9 and sanders 49.5. bernie sanders has not conceded but has not stopped hillary clinton from declaring victory. >> as i stand here tonight breathing big sigh of relief. thank you, iowa. >> i think about what happened tonight. i think the people of iowa have sent a very profound message to the political establishment, to the economic establishment and, by the way, to the media establishment. [ cheering ] >> sara: on the republican side it was a party atmosphere on ted cruz's plane. they were popping champagne on the way into new hampshire. cruz told reporters he is feeling fabulous this morning. and the results were close but thomas sullivan clearly cruz on
fernandez second with 24.3% and marco rubio finished third with 23.1%. cruz is now hoping to use the victory to pick up momentum. >> when the media in one voice said conservative cannot win, nationwide over 800,000 contributions poured into ted cruz.org as courageous conservatives said yes, we can. >> sara: tough and in the southern states and many are focusing in on marco rubio now finishing stronger than expected rubio predicted during a speech last night that his momentum in iowa would ultimately lead him to the gop nomination. >> gene: recent years the iowa caucus will not be predicter who will get the nomination.
huckabee dropped out and john mccain had 13 but ended up being nominee that year. four years ago rick santorum was beat out and romney was declared the winner and days later that was reversed and santorum was declared the victor by 24 votes nomination. gene: we head to new hampshire. team coverage from the granite state this morning, michael henrich covering the republican candidates and catherine parrotta is following the democrats. she is live in nashua where clinton event starts in the next hour or so, and catherine, voters have already arrived. >> catherine: voters are arriving with the campaign as well, people carrying signs and wearing some apparel for the hillary clinton campaign are here, but as you could see, not here behind me, and there's good reason for that and security teams went inside to nashua community college and also
sweep right now. even though we are several hours before the event that will be taking place at 11:00. that's for hillary clinton, bernie sanders also has events scheduled in new hampshire today both arrived in new hampshire after 4:30 this morning and bernie sanders did have this to say shortly after she arrived. take a listen. >> just got in from iowa where astounded. and now in the astound the world. >> catherine: hillary clinton will have a similar event. joined by former presidential candidate and -- president clinton for separate events and they will be joined by gabby gifford tonight. one supporter wanted to stop by today and what she told us about why she is here. take a listen.
many years and let her know she needs to keep getting the message out. it is so exciting to have a woman running for president. >> sara: >> catherine: again, clinton supporter wand to attend the event today and waiting to be allowed into the building and different official are right now during the security sweep before the event can take place. of course, we will have live reports here throughout the morning. live at nashua, new hampshire, >> sara: fox25 has team coverage all week as we approach the primary. fox25 michael henrich is live at chris christie event in nashua, and, michael, new york papers are wasting no time this morning focusing on trump's performance in iowa. >> michael: indeed and i will show you that in a second. keynote address at nation army breakfast and crown plaza nashua and 30 minutes, one of the
boost in the primary just 1 week from today, but back to that trump cover of the newspaper, new york daily news, taking a big shot at the front-runner. gop front-runner with headline dead clown walking, billionaire for finishing second, nearly third in iowa caucus. that shows you how important expectations are in the political world. probably says a little bit about how the daily news feels about donald trump, but here is how the race is shaping up in new hampshire. according to average of polls put out by real clear politics, donald trump at 33.2% in new hampshire. senator from texas ted cruz is in second at 11 and a half percent and ohio governor john kasich has risen to a 2nd 2nd place tie at 11 and a half percent as well.
rubio 9%% and chris christie at four and a half percent. another report in half hour. >> sara: fox25 praise to turn all week leading up to new hampshire primary. we will have live reports. we will be anchoring from the komisarjevsky from the election studio in manchester and also be bringing you primary specials every night at 7:00 featuring fox25 political reporter sharman sacchetti with in depth reports on the candidates and expert analyst. then on primary night we will be with news at 5:00 p.m., straight through 11:30, live reports, live from candidate headquarters and the speeches as they happen. also stream it all live on myfoxboston.com and on the fox25 news app. straight ahead political expert tells us what the results from iowa really mean heading into new hampshire. >> gene: 7:39, updating story all morning, man dies after crashing car into a tree. this is the scene on cherry street in plymouth around 1:00 this morning.
last half hour that the unidentified 21-year-old struck a tree. investigators say he was the only person in the car at the time of the crash. so far they don't know if he was wearing a seatbelt. >> gene: we continue to monitor active investigation in roxbury where toddler was rushed to the hospital in critical condition and then last 24 hours we have learned that dcf has been to the home before. fox25 jessica reyes is live at the scene in roxbury where police have been stationed there overnight. jess, good morning. >> jessica: gene, good morning to you. police first called here sunday night at 10:00, and they have had an around the clock presence at this home since then and take a look to see the driveway still blocked off with police tape. still a cruiser out here this morning, and we know the family, they lived on the second floor of the home. this morning a source tells us that a relative caused this little boy's traumatic injuries, and this morning there are still so many questions.
all the police cars and emt's. >> jessica: boston police hauled bags of evidence from house in roxbury, where a helpless three-year-old boy was injured with life-threatening injuries. >> in state of shock. >> jessica: the boy has severe head trauma along with other serious injuries. the source also tells us the person responsible may be a family member. >> don't want to think that but that could happen. >> jessica: police combed through the house monday they were there. >> breaks my heart to think that someone inflicted injuries on him. really breaks my heart. >> jessica: dcf would not comment whether they have been called to the house before. they are working with police and boy and five-month-old sister into custody. this morning they are praying for the little boy's recovery and anxious what exactly went on inside this home. >> it is a very quiet
something like this obviously shocking. >> jessica: and that little boy we know is in critical condition at boston medical center this morning. again, that relative -- source says that relative caused injuries and at this point police have not charged anyone and this is still an active investigation. we do have calls and e-mails into the boston police department to try to get update on where everything stands this morning. as soon as we hear back we will let you know for now live here in roxbury, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. right now 17 minute commute on expressway northbound braintree split up to columbia road. shiri? >> shiri: rainfall forecast heaviest rain central western mass, especially into southern new hampshire and hour-by-hour look at the rain and wind coming up. >> gene: it is still too close to call in iowa which has us calling in an expert to find out
>> gene: bernie sanders yet to concede and they are calling it a tie. >> sara: boston firefighter professor tom wayland is on the phone. you will be with the primary. thank you for that. first what can you make of the iowa cautions. does there have to be an actual winner. >> doesn't have to be and not like a regular presidential primary where you have
a clear winner, you know, due to actual voters and more like party event, party inside kind of deciding who is going to get what, but the thing is bernie sanders now, i mean he is basically on equal footing with hillary clinton no matter what happens here, actually declare
have to think that going back to 1984 gary hart came
in with less than 20% of the iowa caucus vote and able to win new hampshire because he was declared kind of a winner, even though walter mondale got 49%. >> gene: there was a tie in iowa and bernie leading big in recent poling in new hampshire. if he were to hang on to that, takes the first two, what does that mean for hillary clinton? any concern for her as that plays out? >> her firewall will be south of the mason dixon line. south carolina and after that, and she has great political boots on the ground. not just the south but throughout the country and tremendous financial resources. i just don't see bernie sanders being able to match that. plus he has not proven that he can go beyond white voters in term of appeal, white educated voters.
whether he can lunch a credible national campaign. >> sara: what can we expect from campaign today? >> i think a lot of victory statements. trump will say it doesn't matter, polls and new hampshire have him up front, but i think marco rubio is the big story here because now he can go into new hampshire and say i have political street cred, look at how well i did in conservative iowa, i'm the conservative republican here, and i think you will see a major boost in the polls in new hampshire. >> gene: a lot to watch, tom and cranking in new hampshire and look forward to seeing bureau in new hampshire and continue the primary coverage as professor tom wayland joining us on the phone. >> sara: check in with julie. >> julie: 7:48 is the time and conditions on the expressway and new accident right near granite ave as we shift north, things heavy and steady on 93 south as
medford and route 1 in saugus. here are live drive times, 47 minutes 495 to mass ave, 40 minutes on expressway braintree split to the pike and hour to the leverett connector and shiri spear joining us from the stormtracker with more. shay, shiri. >> shiri: bright sunshine out there right now, things looking great for tuesday forecast, but wednesday, this is all going to be coming our way, mild, windy, rainy as we get into the day there. so far the 38 if you're about to step out to sunny skies, sunglasses on hand all day long. 9:00 a.m. 40 by 11:00 a.m. we butch you up to 43 and manage to squeak out upper 40s in the boston area, which is about 10 above average. so 47 in boston, 48 in lawrence, 50 norwood down to new bedford, 48 in plymouth, some middle 40s there for the cape as well as worcester and into new
new hampshire and tomorrow warmer temperatures but really wet forecast especially up to the north and west of boston, even o'keene gets up to 49 and concern start with close to freezing temperature here at 7:00 a.m. and around the time we will see the first of the prime minister coming on in, especially southern vermont, southwestern new hampshire, western massachusetts, initially we will have to watch out for freezing drizzle and perhaps a little touch of sleet. by the time we hitten:00 in the morning, temperatures will likely rise above freezing, north of manchester, new hampshire and slippery conditions and steadiest morning rain is going to fall across southern new hampshire, across massachusetts and western massachusetts, so at 1:00 p.m. the showers still struggling to get into been. do expect occasional rain. i had even see by late-morning continuing through the afternoon but not nearly as heavy as we would get points north and west. finally passes into the boston area for the evening hours, and
southeastern massachusetts where we eventually end up with downpours there and 7-day forecast always in view, 47 for groundhog day, and of course, did not see the shadow and looking forward to early spring. it is not the rain, it is also the wind. this is thursday morning. maintaining risk for a couple showers along the clean before the day tomorrow watching out for winds gusting knit where to 40 to possibly even 45 miles per hour in particular down across the cape and islands, so we got wind, we got rain tomorrow, friday, saturday, sunday, keeping it dry and quiet and seasonable. monday mix of rain and snow. back to you. >> sara: coffee bean prices will hit a two year low. why you won't get any relief when you pay for your cup this morning. federal disaster in flint, michigan because of lead in the water but not only ones exposed.
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research and they should be responding to you. >> gene: you can find it on the website at myfoxboston.com under the health tab. >> sara: flint, michigan not the only playing dealing with lead. some children in areas have high levels. 2146208 kids under age of six elevated lead levels and of those cases 764 had confirmed lead poisoning when retested just six months later. there were 92 confirmed cases of
>> no pattern. doesn't just happen in cities, happens in small towns and rural areas where you have elevated levels. >> sara: cdc says there's no safe levels of lead for children last
week we reported on bill to force governments to report any spikes in lead levels within 15 days. >> gene: wegman's says coupon posted on facebook is fake and they are not giving away coupons worth $200. spokesperson for the grocery store say they are getting it removed from facebook. they are urging anyone to click on it or input any personal information. gene: why it could be easier to get busted for drunk driving. >> shiri: stunning shot of sunrise in wait mouth. this is only going to last us today. i got the timeline next. >> sara: learning more about a horrific accident in boston where woman was hit by a car and
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dorm room that has him facing discipline from his school. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: good morning. february 2nd, also known as. >> sara: groundhog day. >> gene: i'm gene lavanchy. >> sara: i'm sara underwood. punxsutawney phil says it is going to be a short, short winter. another great sunny day. >> shiri: temperatures in 20 and 30s 28 norwood and 35 in worcester, 39 kind of balmy in boston you have been sitting in 30s all morning long since we went on air at 4:00 this morning, but 10:00 a.m. temperatures warming into the upper 30s, lower 40s,
all day long with just some thin clouds weaving their way in. for noon time today, temperatures in the middle 40s, evening commute things will start cooling down, plan on lower 40s, still nice and bright and this time tomorrow we got not clouds moving in but out west you could that we have precipitation beginning to set up camp as well, 3644 to 50 and enjoy sunshine as you can and julie grauert live drive time traffic and keeping eye on volume. >> julie: heavy volume route 1 from 128 past lynn fells parkway into saugus. 93 south also sluggish right after the cloverleaf into medford and somerville. expressway we have an accident, this is northbound right before granite ave and 128 northbound pretty slow as you approach the pike, southbound as you approach the pike as well. live look at the expressway, pretty typical volume past exit 13, freeport street. here are live drive times, 40 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 35 minutes on the expressway have the braintree split to the pike, almost an
from 495 to the leverett connector. sara and gene, back to you. >> sara: all right. there's unfinished business this morning for the democratic candidates for president. >> gene: final caucuses wrapped up hours ago and too close to call in iowa between bernie sanders and hillary clinton. it is one of the closest. clinton and sanders separated by fraction. clinton 49.9%, bernie sanders 49 points five and now sanders not conceded but that is not stopped hillary clinton from declaring victory. >> i stand here tonight breathing big sigh of relief iowa. >> think about what happened tonight and people
send profound message to the political establishment, to the economic establishment and, by the way,
>> sara: on the republican side it was a party atmosphere on ted cruz's plane. they were popping champagne on the way into new hampshire. cruz telling reporters he is feeling fabulous this morning. the results were close but cruz on top 27.7%, donald trump 24.3% and marco rubio finished third with
21.1% and hoping to pick up momentum. >> media said conservative cannot win, nationwide over 800,000 contributions poured in to tedcruz.org as courageous conservatives said yes, we can. >> sara: cruz victory sets him up to be a tough candidate in the southern states. meanwhile political experts focusing on marco rubio finishing stronger than expected rubio predicted during a speech last night that his momentum in
to the gop nomination. >> sara: overnight two former governors ended presidential bids after poor showings. mike huckabee and mitt romney are both out. >> gene: on to new hampshire primary and we have team coverage right now and live in nashua where chris christie has early morning campaign rally. >> michael: good morning. salvation army groundhog day and nashua and chris christie expected to deliver the keynote. i was just inside and tweeted out picture of folks that got event started when we walked out to do this report about five minutes ago, governor chris christie had not been there and candidate that really need a
primary 1 week from today. flying to new hampshire after victory from iowa. ted cruz with champagne in hand, looks to rally in the granite state. the real clear politics of average poll shows cruz in 2nd 2nd place here in new hampshire. iowa governor john kasich who recently picked up a pair of notable newspaper endorsement has risen to 2nd place tie. still billionaire donald trump is pulling in force in new hampshire and something to watch and marco rubio 3rd 3rd place finish last night in iowa will attract supporters away from kasich, new jersey governor christie and former floridans jeb bush, all that left iowa early to focus on new hampshire. we will head back into the crown plaza nashua here to see if we can have a few words with
we will have updated report in minute. live in nashua, michael henrich, fox 25 news. >> sara: locked in dead heat hoping it will be a tiebreaker. catherine parrotta continues the team coverage. nothing new from hillary clinton, but bernie sanders is already thanking supporters. >> catherine: both candidates have a busy day ahead of themselves, hillary clinton has event that's set to kick off in three hours and don't see too much activity and reason forthat is secret service and police, they are actually inside the college in the area where event will be taking place and going through to make sure everything is secure, that's something they do before many of these types of event, but already have seen staffers, volunteers supporters and voters and bernie sanders in new hampshire and talking about iowa and looking at new hampshire. here is what he said when
take a listen. >> catherine: bernie sanders has two get out the vote he wants today, keene at three, hillary clinton will have a similar event at nashua community college that's at 11 and joined by former president clinton for that and joined by former congressman gabby gifford tonight and we spoke with one clinton supporter who came from connecticut here to be at this event and asked what she thought about the tight results in iowa. take a listen. >> it is exciting. and more people, seniors, young people and i think that type of race brings them out the. >> catherine: both candidates
hall meeting tomorrow night in new hampshire, but they have another possible event that could be happening at later point in time in new hampshire this weekend, and that would be debate tentatively scheduled for thursday that the both have agreed to do that and debate about that as well and exchange for that debate, bernie sanders asking for three additional debates take place in the spring and still pending on that little development there, so, of course, let you know what happens and keeping an eye here in nashua ahead of the clinton debate -- event rather scheduled to begin later this morning and much more next half hour, live in nashua, new hampshire, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> sara: fox25 is place to turn to all week leading up to the new hampshire primary and live reports and anchoring coverage in the stud in manchester and also bringing you primary special every night at 7:00 featuring fox25 political reporter sharman sacchetti with
canadians and expert analysis. on primary night we will be with you news 5:00 straight through 11:30 at night bringing you live reports, live reports from candidates headquarters as speeches happen. we will also stream it all live on myfoxboston.com and on the fox25 news app. >> gene: 8:09. person involved in motorcycle crash overneat has died. happened on main street in woburn before midnight. our photographer was on the scene as crews picking up the pieces and officials tell us the motorcycle crashed into the back of parked van. police will not release the name of the person killed in the crash, but say he is a man this is mid to late 20s. gene: investigators say they are amazed woman hit by car and dragged is alive this morning. they were able to save her arms but still has long road to recovery. the person that hit her hid her face.
man and woman in chinatown, 3 miles and stopped at columbia road exit. he says she got out of her car, saw the victim on the ground and then took off. police stopped her a short time later and now being held on $5,000 bail. gene: more details now on driver's past. she is listed on booking sheet as being ate massage therapist. she has twice been charged offering sex for a fee. once in brighton in 2007 and waltham 2009 and both cases were continued without a fighting. next court date is february february 26th. >> shiri: 34:19 a.m. and 10:00 this morning 38 . >> gene: 8:10 didn't have much but wanted to show support for
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>> sara: emerson college student is in big trouble for renting out dorm room. he says he was just trying to make extra money and now facing fines. fox25 daniel miller has the story and, daniel, hundreds of kids are supporting him and saying what's the big deal here. >> daniel: that's absolutely what they are saying, sara. according to the boston globe emerson school official sajak worth violated the school's policies by allowing people to rent his room on the site airbnb this morning some of the fellow students are standing by his side. jack is the one there in the middle. he posted the picture on t-shirts dechairing their support. emerson became aware of the listing late last week and told work to remove it. after deleting the page he was fined $150 by airbnb. the listing was up for two weeks
he was trying to offset cost of school and provide service people visiting boston. he said never read anything in the school's policy that prohibited him for renting out dorm room and college officials say it is in the residents hall policy and housing contract that undergraduate residents signed. while emerson may not agree, hundreds on his side. petition is going online giving him support and last check more than 260 people have signed it and wouldn't say what the school was threatening him and school officials wouldn't comment either. we are continuing to keep updated on the story. in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 news. >> gene: hundreds of students rally around three female students in new york. three young black women were attacked on albany city bus by group of white men and women they say were yelling racial slurs at them. when the bus arrived they say no one would help them.
this break them. >> shock, upset, but we will remain unbroken. we are proud of who we are. black women. >> gene: activists on campus say this is not an isolated incident of racism. school officials say they have increased security on campus. >> sara: local firefighter has been suspended about facebook post
wealth drug addicts. weymouth suspended mark carron on facebook without pay. he called drug addicts losers on facebook and patients should be left to die instead of reversing the overdose with the drug narcan. the firefighter was frustrated but that's no excuse. >> better way to deal instead of posting on social media and right a letter to the chief. >> sara: no protesters have called for carron to be fired and no further disciplinary
>> gene: local congressman fighting to standoff and victim themselves and catherine clark she was home in melrose when police officers swarmed her house and had received generated phone call and active shooter in clark's home and melrose police determined there was no shooter and incident is under investigation. in november clark introduced legislation aimed at combating hoax emergency calls which are known as swatting. >> shiri: >> julie: 8:17 on tuesday and start with the accident on expressway northbound, right before granite avenue, see delays stretching back to the braintree split. also want to draw your attention to 128 northbound, we have very heavy volume as you head from right around west street in the dedham area through needham and then up to the pike. 93 south remains slow from woburn into medford and somerville and route 1 in saugus butcher to bump and her new accident on route 1 leaving to the conditions as you approach
here are live drive times, 45 minutes from route 1 to the tobin and 35 minutes braintree split to the exit for the pike and hour 495 to leverett connector. joining us the stormtracker weather center and it should be a nice one but tomorrow tracking changes. >> sara: today it is all sunshine, tomorrow though we got rain, we got wind. >> shiri: even got the slight risk of icy spots as the day really gets going here tomorrow morning. 28 in norwood right now i know there's a little chill in the air there, plymouth as well at 28 , 32 in lawrence, 35 in worcester and 39 in boston. boston we start and end with sunshine today. it is barely going to budge. nice thing as well winter will run lighter, feel nice, feel very march like at 10:00 this morning, thirty two
45 we get up to about 46 at 2:00 p.m. and clouds that you see coming into the picture 4:00 p.m. and beyond are going to be of the high, thin variety. soap but got temperatures warmer in spots like rhode island, providence and wouldn't be surprised to see norwood in the afternoon and 45 in beverly, 43 in worcester and 45 in nashua, new hampshire. future cast here because it is all about the sunshine, but this whole system is going to be moving out of the middle of the country toward us here and that's going to bump up the cloud cover overnight tonight and also bring in the risk for a couple of showers early tomorrow morning. spots to watch would be western most new england, southern vermont, southwestern new hampshire at risk for seeing freezing drizzle and pellets morning commute at 7:00 a.m. and likely 10:00 tomorrow morning and see rain moving in and last of the week and freezing temperatures because it is so
rain being into the afternoon. most of the late-morning through the early afternoon, rain will be focused north and west of boston where we get the heaviest downpours, moves through the boston area through dinner time tomorrow night and sets up camp southeastern massachusetts during the overnight hours with winds gusting 40 miles per hour and thursday morning still got the front very close by which means well have the slight chance of showers around here on thursday morning. 7-day forecast with the weekend always in view, 47 dade for groundhog weather and get the localized forecast for your town using fox25 weather app. thursday morning slight risk of showers. dry saturday sunday monday and mix. >> gene: frugal shoppers and deal that could catch you offguard. gene: retirement two
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>> gene: nine more months of presidential politics but don't have to such through any more winter. punxsutawney phil didn't see his shadow this morning so it will be a short winter and early spring. got fun posts on instagram and facebook pages right now if you would like to share them. >> sara: price of coffee beans are at two year low and don't expect lay latte to cost less. large companies like starbucks coffee beans only make up 20% of overall costs, so experts don't state side. >> julie: check this out, good news for retired police officer in hawaii who nearly depart with the beloved canine. matt hickey was told couldn't buy his dog ajax because too young to qualify. people raise more than $60,000 to pay the police force for the animal but in the end it wasn't
officer hickey will be auxillary officer. >> gene: everybody is happy. good outcome there. julie: boy lives in afghanistan and fan of lionel messy. he can't afford a jersey and made one and image inspired to find out who the boy was and identified and invited to afghanistan national stadium in kabul. we are told that messie has seen the story and something cooked up, something special for the little guy. >> julie: cruising after her parents posted video of
snowboard and going down the slope without any help. wide shot looks like a small person but then see the face, she is really a baby, so young. learned to walk month before getting other her board. now cruising. >> gene: 20, 24 olympics,er favorite there, whatever road it may be down the road. >> julie: she is a prodigy. shiri, you said she was a little better? >> shiri: a lot better than me no snow. marshfield fitchburg and portsmouth, new hampshire. today it is in the 40s. nothing like 15 to 20 temperature drop and highlight these still above average temperatures next. >> jessica: three-year-old boy clinging to life in the
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>> sara: live in new hampshire plus george day today. >> gene: considering where we are in the calendar we will take this. >> shiri: yesterday within one degree of record high. today it is cooler, 19 cooler in norwood this morning than yesterday at this time, 20 cooler in plymouth, what that means for you is that you're leaving the house, in 20s and 30s, 32 in chelmsford, 30 in boylston, 32 oil stone, swansea, new hampshire 25 , 27 tewksbury, we have 30 in lexington, 35 milton and 28 in brockton. boston you're still taking the cake there with 39 and middle 30s will do south shore down to the cape right now. so your day planner involves all sunshine. no matter what you're doing today, you have to grab the shades. 45 at noon, 47 here at 3:00 p.m. if not 50 .
average, not the 20s. 25 above average like we had yesterday. break down when we get the first of the rain coming up in your town in less than ten and julie grauert live drive time traffic and check on accident. >> julie: once you get through the traffic and be able to enjoy the sunshine and dealing with a few headaches. accident on route 1 southbound, it is at lynn street right on the revere malden line. can see on the map sluggish woburn to medford to somerville. 128 northbound and southbound through lexington are going to slow you down. expressway jammed from furnace brook parkway up to columbia road. 128 still problematic from dedham through needham as you approach the pike. here is live look at the expressway. there's the sunshine shiri mentioned, there's the traffic i mentioned. over to live drive times, 37 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike. about 70 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector and 40 minutes on 128 northbound from university
sara and gene, back to you. >> sara: candidate have left iowa but there's some unfinished business this morning on the democratic side. >> gene: iowa caucus wrapped up hours ago but too close to call between bernie sanders and hillary clinton. results are closest in kevin faulk history. number stand right now this hour, clinton 49.9, sanders 49.5 sanders has not conceded but that hasn't stopped hillary clinton from declaring victory. >> as i stand here tonight breathing a big sigh of relief, thank you, iowa. >> i think about what happened tonight. i think the people of iowa have sent a very profound message to the political establishment, to the economic establishment and by the way to the media establishment. >> sara: on the republican
on ted cruz's plane. they were popping champagne into new hampshire. cruz told reporters he is feeling fabulous this morning. the results were close but clearly cruz on top with 27.7%, donald trump finished second with 24.3%, marco rubio finished third with 23.1% and cruz now hoping to use the victory to pick up momentum. >> when the media in one voice said a conservative cannot win, nationwide over 800,000 contributions poured in to tedcruz.org as courageous conservatives said yes, we can. >> sara: cruz' victory sets him up and political experts are focusing in on marco rubio finishing stronger than expected and rubio predicted during the speech last night his momentum
nomination and cruz may be celebrating a win and recent years iowa caucuses have not been good predicter who would be republican nomination. 2008 mike huckabee won kevin faulks 34% of the vote and behind him mitt romney with 25%. john mccain had only 13% of the votes and ended up the gop nominee that year. four years later rick santorum narrowly beat out romney and so close that year he was declared the winner the days of the caution, but it was revealed santorum had actually won by just 34 votes. romney was gop nominee in 2012. >> gene: candidates focusing on new hampshire and team coverage and primary 1 week away now. michael henrich watching arrival of republican candidates and
underway later this morning. >> catherine: event ready to start and hustle and bustle in nashua community college and secret service on the scene, going through part of the building where it will be taking place to make sure everything is secure, but, of course, both candidate are in the granite state this morning, bernie sanders and hillary clinton they arrive just after 4:30 this morning where them clearing up for the 70 taking place at 11 and for that event she will be joined by former president bill clinton and he will be there for get out the vote and separate events in new hampshire with hillary clinton being joined by former congresswoman gabby givard. >> started campaign 40, 50 points behind and whether we lose by fraction, whatever, we
that we won and significance is that for folks that did not think bernie sanders could win, that we could compete against hick, i hope that that thought is now gone. going to fight really hard in new hampshire and then we are going to nevada, going to south carolina. look forward to doing well around the country. >> catherine: both candidate will appear together and both agreed to participate in the town hall meeting tomorrow night and they have been locked in debate over future debates over the weekend sanders and clinton agreed to tentatively participate in debate on thursday and haven't agreed on sanders request three other debates in the spring. clinton not in agreement for potential debates, so that issue still up in the air and dealing up with hillary clinton in the day here at nashua community college and keep you updated this morning.
catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> sara: republican race is heating up and ted cruz strikes first and looking for big swing next tuesday and continues the live team coverage in nashua where chris christie is currently holding a rally, michael. >> daniel: >> michael: chris christie finally arrived and he was supposed to appear and speak at breakfast at 8:10 delivering the keynote address, but after some uncomfortable 15 minutes of waiting, i would say nearly a dozen people or so and if you see the size of the ballroom, that's decent amounted of people that were there, decent percentage of people that were there, they actually left, couldn't wait any longer, event was supposed to end at 8:30 but showed up at about 8:25 and started speaking and immediately addressed why he was there, why he wanted to be at the salvation
role of nonprofit after sandy. that's one thing you hear him talking about on the speech, actions as governor after superstorm sandy and after the bigger picture, a lot of help at polls if dreams are to be realized and real clear politics major polls in new hampshire paint this picture a week away from the primary. trump poling at 33.2%, billionaire donald trump and senator ted cruz poling at 11 and a half% and tied with john kasich. jeb bush poling ten-point throw% and then you see florida senator marco rubio and then christie finishing up at 6.5%. remaining candidates are all below 4% in that average of major polls. so we are going to keep a close eye on how things develop here and into the event momentarily and if we can have word from the governor from new jersey and updated report in 30 minutes.
michael henrich, fox25 news. >> sara: bernie sanders and hillary clinton in dead heat and may have been even closer. handful of precincts were so close they had to be determined by the flip of a coin and as a result the coin flip, clinton was awarded an additional delegate and that means she took five of the precincts and fox25 is the place to turn to all week and live report from the election studio in manchester and also primary specials tox25 political reporter sharman sacchetti with in depth reports of the candidates and experts analysis. then on primary night be with you news at 5:00 p.m., straight through 11:30 bringing you live reports, live reports from candidate headquarters and the speeches as they happen. we will also stream it live on myfoxboston.com and on the fox25 news app.
winner called for the democrats in iowa, we will bring that to you. >> gene: 8:39, young child in the hospital after being in critical condition. dcf has to that home before. fox25 jessica reyes live outside the home where police just came back to the scene a few minutes ago. >> jessica: they did and within the last half hour they left and different cruiser here on the other side of the street, one that was here last hour. right now we know officers are inside this home you see right here, which is the home that they were called to here on alpine street on sunday night. a source does tell us it was a relative that hurt the child, but this morning there are still
helpless three-year-old boy was found. >> i can't for a three-year-old to be honest with you. >> jessica: boy has severe head trauma along with other severe injuries and source also tells us it is person responsible may be a family member. >> don't want to think that but that could happen. >> jessica: sickened learned why they were there. >> breaks my heart someone inflicted injuries, really breaks my heart. >> jessica: dcf would not comment whether they have been to the house before, and say they are working with police and taken the boy and five-year-old st. louis rams into -- sister into recovery and what exactly went on inside the home. >> it is obviously shocking. >> jessica: once again police
that's after they spend most of the day yesterday carrying evidence out of home and at boston medical center in critical condition. looking to get more information on exactly where those investigations stands with police and live in roxbury, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> julie: braintree split up to columbia road. shiri? >> shiri: highest totals coming out of western mass, southern new hampshire where looking at inch more of rain and hour-by-hour look at incoming showers and when they move into your town when we come back. >> gene: snake island that could put snakes in water
>> sara: new limits that could congress doesn't regulate wall street... wall street regulates congress. it's a rigged economy that sends most new wealth to the top 1%. and it's held in place by a corrupt political system where wall street banks and billionaires buy elections. my campaign is funded by over two and a half million small contributions. people who know you can't level the playing field by taking more money from wall street. i'm bernie sanders, join the fight
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>> sara: releasing information why two virginia tech students allegedly killed a teenage girl. one of the students is described as student athlete, other had dreams of working for nasa. they were in court yesterday. one cryptic statement from one of the statements. he reportedly told investigators, quote, i believe the truth can set me free. the arrest warrant also indicated that lovell was not killed with a gun. yesterday divers searched a pond but they did not say what they were looking for. >> gene: bill cosby will go before a judge in pennsylvania court house. he is expected the judge to dismiss a criminal charge allegedly that he sexually assaulted a woman in his home back in 2004. he claims the encounter was
further than that. the lawyer says cosby testified in a civil case involving the same woman years ago as long as he wouldn't be criminally charged. the former district attorney made. >> gene: drink or two at dinner could put people in trouble. lower the legal alcohol content for drivers. 0.8, the feds want it lowered to 0.5 for the average woman that hour. >> sara: a grocery store is warning
customers about a scam. wegman's says a coupon posted on facebook is actually fake, and they are not giving away coupons worth $200. spokesperson for the grocery store says they are working to get the post removed from facebook. they are urging customers not to click on it or provide any personal information. >> julie: good morning, everyone, watching slow
expressway among them for furnace brook parkway up
to morrissey boulevard. 128 northbound problematic heading through dedham threw needham and route 9 and the pike ninety three south slow from medford into somerville, 128 south typically slow as you head through lexington southbound. over to live look at route 1 in saugus, volume remains pretty heavy and steady, surprised it is still this slow at 8:48 but expect to start to loosen up within the next 15 minutes. here are live drive times, 45 minutes on the pike eastbound 495 to mass ave, 36 minutes on the expressway from the brait split to the pike, 44 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us from the storm tracker meteorologist weather center on relatively calm day today and conditions ahead. >> shiri: system moving toward us and so far bubble of high pressure and pumping in the sunshine today, even got above average temperatures. sorry, guys, not the sixties we
we got that weather maker that will be coming and drag mild air for the day tomorrow and also wind and rain and things get pretty sloppy for the wednesday forecast, let's enjoy the 39 along with the sunshine right now, temperaturewise we will shift into the upper 60s -- upper 40s, excuse me, in the boston area, 10:00 a.m. temp 42, 2:00 p.m. about 46 and all sunshine today with couple thin clouds mix mixing. 48 new bedford, wouldn't be surprised to see pops of 50s here in southeastern massachusetts and framingham 47,
worcester 43, manchester, new hampshire 44 today. versus the 50s that come back to town here tomorrow, along with the rain. new hampshire 49 and early tomorrow morning 7:00 a.m. as we initially got very light freezing drizzle coming in a little bit of sleet coming in at
here and cold enough in spots like keene, up into southern vermont a little coating there and ice on the roadway, so you will have to use caution around that, otherwise by 10:00 in the morning you could see it turns into steadier rain far north
and west of boston here and warming above freezing which is why we are weeding out the pink on the map. so by lunchtime we are going to see showers moving into the boston area. still kind of spot and he light, it is points north and west northern mass, southern new hampshire in particular and western mass that get hit hardest with the rain during the first half of the day, straight through i want to say the early afternoon. 5:00 p.m. we got showers in boston, then for the evening hours the focus of the heavy rain is going to turn toward southeastern massachusetts. going to be very slow to pull away and 7-day forecast with the weekend always in view because in addition to the rain we are also tracking the wind here for you wednesday. winds gusting around 40 miles per hour, if not a little touch stronger for the cape and
wind whipped forecast, lingering showers into thursday morning but dry friday, saturday, sunday and mix of snow and rain expected for monday. back to you. >> sara: all right, shiri, thousands of children found with high levels of lead in their bodies. but we aren't talking about flint, michigan. concerning new numbers about
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>> gene: zica virus mosquito borne illness and countries added to the list is dominican republic. fox25 planning to go to island for baby moon. the outbreak has caused her to change her plans but haven't been easy. >> do your revenue -- research and they should be responding to you. >> gene: you could find where it is spreading on our website, find it under the health tab. >> sara: flint, michigan not only place dealing with contamination with lead. thousands of massachusetts children have been recorded with high levels in their bodies. washington bureau numbers finding out in 2014, 6,208 kids under the age of six elevated lead levels and of those cases 764 had confirmed lead poisoning when retested six months later.
lead poisoning in new hampshire. >> no pattern, doesn't -- doesn't just happen in cities, it happens in small towns and rural areas where you have elevated levels. >> sara: cdc says there's no safe levels of lead for children, and last week we reported on bill to force governments to report any spikes in levels within 15 days. sara: we have a lot more coming your way this morning. the banners are up, bands are playing, and less than a week out from the super bowl. coming up next the big mystery that surrounds the big game. >> reporter: hour-by-hour look when rain moves in tomorrow. >> gene: woman hit by a car and dragged for miles. (group chatter) dude, dude, dude. this is bad. i think we're stuck. we're going to have to talk to each other or something. nooo. i don't like this elevator. (group surprised
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