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. happening now at 4:00, police are searching for the suspect who may have robbed two local stores during a crime prevention program. the large weapon used to scare two store clerks minutes apart. also today, boston's first medical marijuana dispensary is open for business. we are getting a look inside the facility and how police plan to keep a close eye on and donald trump getting a lot backlash for his comments on the campaign trail. >> i always wanted to get the purple heart. this was much easier. these are the comments that have politicians and military vets fired up. complete new england coverage tarts right now, this is the fox25 morning news. >> daniel: good morning, 4 a.m. on this wednesday, august 3, i am daniel miller. >> julie: good morning, everyone, i am julie grauert.
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rain is out of here. sunshine and 80s come back to town, and meteorologist shiri spear say we will have to wait through a little bit of fog first, shiri. >> shiri: fog on the map for the next couple of hours. not an all day or all morning thing. visibility down to half a mile in norwood. dense fog in beverly, keene and orange. patchy on the map. lawrence visibility under a mile and i could see things getting a little worse in the next two hours fog dissipates temperature-wise dressing for the difficulties inland. 64 in boston and 60 degrees in beverly and plymouth. 50s feel so much fresher than yesterday. all things pointing to a pretty nice wednesday. so at 6:00 this morning in boston, we have patchy early clouds. by 8 a.m. 67 degrees. and simply taking out the clouds today. by noontime, 75.
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down to the cape and the high about 77 and 80s back for inland towns and cities. the hot pot today. julie is back with live drive time traffic. >> things are nice and quiet out there. north of the pike no issues on route 1 or 93 south. pike wide open. 128 northbound and southbound. and dedham and the pike look good. 9 minutes on the prey from the braintree split to the exit to the pike. 23 minutes on 93 south. 11 minutes on 128 northbound from university avenue in from university avenue in westwood to the weston tolls. 4:02. on the hunt for a man who robbed two local stores at knifepoint. officers searching for clue at jim's quick stop in billerica. a man with a large knife threatened a female clerk. it happened 15 minutes after a robbery at a liquor store three miles away. in both cases the man was described as wearing a gray hoodie and carrying a large
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night out. two large dogs irishtiously attack a woman out for a walk. this video was only on fox25 at 10. it hoes the victim laying on overstreet with neighbors and a police officer by her side. witnesses tell us the woman was walking her own dog around 7:30 when two pit bulls mauled her by heard the dogs getting waiting -- i ran down and she was on the ground and her hand was all ripped open. >> neighbors te u a animal control taking away one of the pit bulls. no word where the dogs came from or if any charges will be filed. a salem man behind bars after he admitted to strangling his estranged wife. he walked into the station saying he killed his waive. he had a long history of violence. 1994 charged with domestic
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filling prescription at patriots care. our cameras got a first look inside the shop. it will be the 7th marijuana medical facility in the state. and a ribbon cutting with city leaders and boston police plan to have a close eye on the store. >> the plan is to have cameras, security. we will closely watch it to make sure this all goes off well. patriot care will not grow marijuana at the store.
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a wake for the little boy who drounld at a south boston beach. a week since kazr willis died after disappearing from his day camp. the camp reopened to children yesterday on the aim day his family held a memorial. balloons by the dozen set free at 7:09. one week to the minute that kazr willis's famy he was gone. >> wanted to each for everybody that searched for him. >> reporter: kazr's uncle amazed at the love and support his family has received. >> i at love people did not know my nephew and they came out for them. >> reporter: including people like julie who jumped in to help. >> my family and i all ran around healthy as did everybody else in this neighborhood looking for him and hoping we with find him in our back yard. >> reporter: but that was not to be.
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remember the 7-year-old who drowned attending a city-run drop-in camp at the curly community center. new rules are now in place as the center reopened the focus turned to kazr and his family. how quickly our life can collapse because someone is gone, especially a child. >> with candles lit, families consoled community took time to come together and remember a young boy lost too soon. >> the majority of us don't know kazr, but we feel as though we did because he is an angel and although he is not here with us anymore, he is very much in our hearts. >> reporter: in south boston, i am john monahan, fox25 news. >> daniel: the day catch at the curly center operates under new guidelines including life jackets for all kids attending the camp and working
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the owner of the largest cab company faces tax fraud charges and could face two years in prison. edward tutugian and in federal court and prosecutors said he agreed to pay more than $2 million in fines and penalty. his company owns 20% of all taxi me dal ianss in the city. a worcester dentist adduced of sexually assaulting a female patient is free on bail. dr. nikhil patel and in court. he is accused 35-year-old woman while working on his teeth. the dentist touched her breasts four times. a judge ordered him to stay away from her until the trial was over. todd mitchell jr. of lowell is charged with using his cell phone.take pictures up the dress of a woman in tewksbury. standing below a woman in the pit area at the time. the victim looked down and saw the phone pointing up at her.
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scratching their heads of a questionable comments on the campaign trail. he has refused to endorse top gop officials and insulted purple heart recipients. >> reporter: in the midst of a public pat of a muslim-american soldier killed in combat. donald trump tried to prove he had military support. >> a man came up to me and handed me his purple heart. i always wanted to get the purple this was much easier, but i tell you, it was such an honor. >> reporter: in response, the military order of the purple heart put out a at the same time saying the purple heart is america's oldest decoration created by george washington in 1872 and no one tries to get one. recipient of the purple heart tammy duckworth tweeted this picture of herself at donald
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one usually looks when you are awarded the purple heart. nothing easy about it. some republicans are fed up. richard hanna, a new york gop congressman wrote an op-ed and aid i disagree with her on many issues, i will rote for mrs. clinton. clinton's supporter barack obama weighed in calling for republicans to dump trump. >> i think the vermont republican nominee is unfit to serve as president. >> reporter: but trump may be one abandon in an interview with "the washington post" he refused to endorse republican heavyweights john mccain and house speaker paul ryan in their primary fight, but the crowd at trump rallies don't mind the fracture. supporters still cheer even when the candidate jokes of take out crying babies. >> don't worry about that baby. i love babies. i hear that baby crying, -- actually, i was kidding. you can get the baby out of
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hampshire senator kelly ayotte finds herself in the crosshairs of donald trump. she blasted him for the khan family. he questioned whether ayotte should be in office and that new hampshire voter also like him more than the senator. she is seeking reelection and she shot back at trump saying she calls it like she sees it and will always stand up for military families. senator elizabeth warren is echoing president obama's comments of yesterday the senator poke at the somerville theatre on the u.s. economy. waited before the lecture was over before attacking the republican candidate. >> donald trump proves every single day that he is unfit to be president of the united states. if he were reality tv show at this point, we have been cancelled. jawlz julie senator warren is scheduled it speak at clark university. hillary clinton taking her
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will attend a pricey fund raiser in aspen. tickets cost between $10 and $50,000. three top officials in the dnc is stepped down after the e-mail system was breached, the ceo, chief financial officer has all left. a week ago wiki leaks posted 20,000 of the committee's e-mails a number of which reveal that officials show favoritism toward clinton and primary campaign against vermont senator bernie sanders. we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes and no drama on the roads. 25 minutes on the commute eastbound from 495 to mass avenue. shiri. >> a temp of 64 degrees. temperatures not moving much. we will see a little bit of low cloud cover. a little patchy fog well. we will show you how bright and hot it gets in your town once that fog lifts next. police try to serve an arrest warrant to a woman and
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between police and a mother caught on camera and instagram. caught camera the moments
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take a look at this video. really kind of disturbing. a man break into a new hampshire home as two teenaged girls were asleep just feet away. kind of creepy.
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he peeked around the house. >> daniel: fox25's catherine burcham say the homeowner and the man could strike again. >> the door open and he is trying not to make it creek. >> reporter: man in the mask is cautious, moving slowly as he ent heed the family home where you see in the kitchen, two teenage girls are asleep, cousins who laid down on the couch for a sleepover. >> it is sick. made violating. terrible. an awful feeling. >> reporter: the homeowner winds host asked not to be shown on camera say watching this footage from the video camera chills her to the bone. why the robber got away with a purse, they fear ha his cool demeanor will make him. >> lights were on, cass in the driveway and he opened up that door and walked right in.
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their doors locked and the home normal will he secure and left down their guard because their sister needed to get in the home. >> the one time in the door was unlocked and ising like that would happen. >> reporter: lindsay is hopeful that someone will recognize the suspect saying no one in this house will sleep well until they are no longer threatened. >> i need for this to stop. >> reporter: catherine burcham, fox25 news. >> daniel: they think i isolated incident but are asking anyone who recognizes the ma continue to come forward. another report of. >> he pick of activity. people in hollis, new hampshire reported on a drone spying on them at night. now another scything. they are warning for those who live there to protect their privacy and close their blinds at night. a fox25 investigation takes a look at how long it takes your fire department to
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response time until we actually need it and every second counts. >> it can be the difference between a fatal fire and, you know, a rescue and getting the fire out with minimal damage. >> daniel: the national standard guideline for response is six and a half minutes and we found that a third of the departments in massachusetts are over that limit and we found inconsistencies in the data given us to by the state. coming up on fox25 news at 10, to learn some of the factors and how they could be fixed. good wednesday morning. checking weather and traffic together every ten minutes and things nice and quiet. expressway wide open. moving north of the pike, you route 1, 93 south don't are any issues. 24 minutes on the pike eastbound from 49 to mass avenue. 9 minutes on the expressway. 22 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist her shiri joining us now and i like you what said about feeling
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more cooler and reasonable as you head out to the cars. >> shiri: because more muggy and cloudy and rainy because we were in this drier spot. hot with temperatures up to 80 degrees, the humidity will be very bearable both today and tomorrow when we are back up to 86. look that the warm-up taking us to 90 by friday. humidity starts to kick in here as well saturday and looking for the next round of thunderstorms. the big picture is going to involve that risk for showers through the day -- excuse me sunshine through the day but the risk for showers will hold off until saturday. 64 degrees right now in boston. norwood waking up to 50 degrees. kind of normal because we have fog and visibility is dropping down to a mile. i ethe fog getting a little thicker in the next hour and a half and eventually lifting around 7 or 8:00. by 8 a.m., still have a little bit of cloud cover and fog here. 66 degrees. and then the fog out. the sun is in for the rest of
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by noontime, 78 degrees. by 2 p.m., 8. and, yes, we crack the 80s in most towns and cities. cool spots are going to include the coast today. here you can see that is actually representing the early fog. once that lifts, very few clouds. high pressure going to pump in the sunshine and i am going to give us one or two clouds tossed in. not enough to give you very much shade. go ahead and plan on a very bright forecast. don't want you planning a sunshine and a day for the sunscreen s with we go into your thursday, mortgage same. high pressure close by. a dave sun. northern new england to eany kind of clouds or stormy action and by friday morning, the hot weather will start to come into play and i mentioned that the humidity will also be going up. this afternoon 77 barntable and bourne. 76 in chatham and 74 in nantucket. sun continues across southeastern massachusetts with taunton at 82. lower 80s in middleborough,
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upper 70s in the boston area as well. risks that boston gets up to about 8 and the winds kick in and you see temperatures take a little step back into the 70s. 73 natick over to dedham. 74 in chelmsford. the beaches on the north shore a little cooler. salisbury 79. 78 in lynn. there are your 8s in topsfield, and overand haverhill. central massachusetts, lower 80s through the worcester area into southern new hampshire. we have 84 in nashua and manchester. to the another round of theses. feel fresh again and look at that, the mid and upper 80s tarting tomorrow. the seven-day forecast, weekend always in rue and 9en friday with sun and a couple of clouds. reserving the risk for rain exclusively for saturday with a couple of scattered thunderstorms. 76 degrees. does help cool things down and breaks humidity on sunday with a high of 82. back to you guys. ten of course thousands of
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to make necessary repairs. coming up at 4:30, what drivers can do to make sure they feel safe on the road before they wait months for maintenance. florida try to tackle the
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welcome back 4:23. the white house is coming under fire on an enormous amount of money sent to iran. white house secretly sent $425 million using cargo planes and currency. it happened around the time that americans were released from custody. money but the result of an arms deal. shared video of the standoff on instagram. >> what are they trying to do? he is trying to kill us. >> that is video he uploaded of her 5-year-old son during the standoff in baltimore. police say gaines had a 12-gauge shotgun and pointed that gun at them before he
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shots before he was killed. her-year-old son was hurt in the shootout. . investigators now know what started a deadly fire in the big sur area of california. fire officials say an illegal campfire sparked the wildfire that burned more than 40,000 acres and claim 57 homes. a bulldozer operator died when his equipment rolled down a hill. the family of a "star trek" actor rolled into him is suing the vehicle maker. toone yeltin died when the jeep grand charity pinned him against a pillar. his parents filed a lawsuit against fiat chrysler. the lawyer for the actor parents said the car had a transmission defect that caused it to roll. they issued recall months before the wreck.
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the air. the area includes part of the city where 15 people came down in zika in the past few weeks. stopping the threat of zika won't be easy. insecticides won't be working as well as they hoped and mosquitoes may be immune to that. now that the cases are here because of the cases in miami they are afraid that the u.s. does not have the resources to stop it from spreading. they want congress to come back funding for the virus. congress is not expected to return to washington until next month. more trouble with the rio games this morning. a scandal that involves the x-ray machines at the venues. apparently brazil hired contractors to run the machine but the contractors aren't ready for friday so the national guard are going to take over the duty meaning fewer soldiers will be out on the street. three-time olympic
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that all olympians come in all shapes and sizes. she posted this one on twitter comparing herself to the member of the u.s. volleyball team. david lee is 6 foot 8. another photo on instagram that aid when you are 5'2"and the cuban volley players are 6'9". hashtag short girl problems. a conversation on a dating site takes an ugly turn. >> i hope guys stop talking to women like that on the twice about it. >> reporter: out a man's degrading message to a woman cost him a jobber about rue. degrading message to a woman cost him a jobber about rue. >> how the suspects introducing dunkin's new cold brew coffee, steeped slowly in cold water for small batches with an ultra-smooth, full-bodied flavor. discover the craft of cold brew today and keep on.
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? yeah, in the summertime ? ? livin' in a dunkin' paradise ? what are you doing? papi, i'm making sure cuppy doesn't burn. ? dunkin' iced, oh, yeah, in the summertime ? ? livin' in a dunkin' paradise ? ? dunkin' iced, oh, yeah, in the summertime ? now at 4:30. police are on the hunt for a man who may be behind two robberies. the large weapon he says he used to scare store clerks
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crime prevention program. happening today, boston's first medical marijuana dispensary is open for business. the convenient service it is offering for parents that can't get to the shop. boston restaurants may offer steep new fines. a new rule that will let people know how clean or dirty their kitchen is. >> announcer: new england news coverage starts right now, this is the fox25 morning news. >> julie: good wednesday morning, everyone. it is now 4:30 am yule yule. >> daniel: good morning, i am daniel miller. summer is finally back in the forecast. meteorologist shiri spear says you can ditch the umbrellas today and shiri is in the fox25 storm tracker weather sent we are a speedy warm-up, shiri? >> quick warm-up today. no umbrellas necessary. look at this radar sweep is clean this morning. it is dry out there. it is also a little bit foggy. i want to mention it is cooler than past mornings and you might even want a light jacket in morning and boston is at 64 degrees.


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