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>> daniel: hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign donations being returned to boston law firm. the growing list of local politicians giving back to contributions and presidential nominee is joining them. >> catherine: new statistics getting admitted and how many children are now dying from the powerful painkillers >> daniel: good morning, 9:00 on tuesday, november 1st, i'm daniel miller. >> catherine: i'm catherine parrotta. chilly start to the day out there. still hanging on for the warm-up. shiri spear in the fox25 stormtracker weather center. shiri spear, you say the warm-up is talking and even talking mid-sixties in the future. >> shiri: 39? in boston, so nice to see us getting close to
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in nashua, 38 in plymouth now and it does come with mostly sunny skies. temperatures though compared to yesterday ten? or so cooler. so it is still feeling very chilly as you wake up this morning, hour-by-hour forecast for lowell today has temperatures by 11:00 a.m. at about 49?, 51 here at 1:00 this afternoon. still in the lower 50s at 3:00 and we have some increasing evening clouds as temperatures fall back into the 40s. i got latest on those at and who's even close to 70 tomorrow coming at new just a couple minutes. back over to you, catherine. >> catherine: let's see how the map is doing. 9:01 on tuesday morning and activity and jammed up on 128 as you go through burlington and lexington, also jammed up there on 93 as make way through woburn, medford, into somerville as well. wanted to zoom in here and see on pike going eastbound one lane blocked cambridge street and pike slow this morning, not too severe but expressway still
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leverett connector, still a lot of volume out there in leverett connector, zakim moving okay for now. look at drive times, pike 36 minutes and route 9 almost a half hour, route 16, 16 minutes. >> daniel: coming up on 9:02 and continue to follow breaking news out of maryland where six people are dead after a school bus and commuter bus crashed in southwest baltimore. want to take you to look at the scene from earlier. front part of yellow school bus is smashed into the side of maryland transit you can see debris spilling out on the road from the driver's side of the mbta bus. police say all the fatalities were on the mbta bus and no children on school bus during the crash. continue to bring you new details as soon as we get them. daniel: trash fire on red line is now out. park street station where firefighters were on the platform and see a lot of people waiting for trains and there was some smoke, but any residual
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>> catherine: fire crews told photographer on the scene there aren't any injuries in the house fire and part of the first floor of the house collapsed. >> daniel: boy hit while trick-or-treating. >> catherine: live in lowell this morning where now know the wo >> daniel: we are having technical difficulties with jess' audio. in you numbers from new hampshire shah risking new wmur granite state poll released last night and clinton leading donald trump 45% to 38%.
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half of the poll was conducted prior to the revelation of e-mails from clinton's e-mail server found on anthony's weiner's computer. avoid paying taxes on hundreds of million of dollars and income. it was legal at the time and congress later banned them and trump not commented on the article. hillary clinton's campaign continues to escalate efforts to discredit james comey's disclosure of revived e-mail investigation. the clinton campaign accused him of applying a double-standard for publicly discuss investigations of russian meddling in the presidential election during a campaign stop yesterday. clinton told the crowd there's
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>> catherine: we told you law firm accused of reimbursing attorneys for political contribution and will immediately return $15,000 but there might be more. hillary clinton's camp digital say how much they -- didn't sayw much they are returning but returning to the u.s. treasury, not the law firm and mag he hassan and maura heal and he eight candidates for u.s. senate have said they will return their donation. catherine: fox25 has you covered with everything you need to know and l week from today. join us starting 4:00 p.m. and stick with us through the night. we will have the results on both the presidential and local races as they roll in. >> daniel: lawyers for dimasi say 71-year-old suffering from a medical condition and bat it would cancer twice in prison and five years he has been behind
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feeding tube. dimasi is serving eight-year sentence for corruption charges. new this morning according to eagle tribute sending texts and making phone calls about another run for mayor. 2013 he lost to dan rivera and moved to the dominican republic. his administration was caught up in number of scandals, allegations and staff were larceny. >> catherine: 15-year-old tewksbury boy died in the hospital after underage drinking water got out of hand and got into a fight at party in lowell friday night. man picked up victim and slammed head into concrete floor. the victim's best friend told us she was by the bedside while she was still on life support. >> as soon as i got there and
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felt. just couldn't explain -- just didn't know why it was him. >> catherine: suspect being held on bail. the charges could be upgraded depending what police find during the investigation. accident happened at dartmouth and commove and still unclear what hpe police the suv hit fire engine and truck then careened into eight parked vehicles and tree and tree was tripped from the ground. >> site from the fire truck on the sidewalk and car and crushed. >> amazingly no one hit in the sidewalk when it happened and released last night and recovering from might be
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filed. >> daniel: days after bus full of middle school students veered off road and into a stonewall and drivers facing criminal charges. sky fox was over the scene in quincy last week. now we are learning 58-year-old mark woods has been charged with negligence operation of the bus and marked lane violation. woods remains on paid leave. five students were sent to the hospital but all of them are okay. there from the strip of red it is not going so well to the city it is going to take you 37 minutes. only averaging about 14 miles per hour. shiri? >> shiri: right now 39? and mostly sunny in boston and stick with the sunshine but what you find are temperatures slowly warming into the lower 40s at 10:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. i got about 44?, so timeline when we hit the 50s and when we hit
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next. >> new documents on crash every time a new charter opens, it takes money away from the regular public schools from students like mine. massachusetts schools already lose 400 million a year to charters and question two means we'll lose even more.
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if you believe every child deserves a great public education, vote no on question two. joanne: she's not fooling me. britt: kelly ayotte sides with the special interests. vivian: now, she's even playing politic games with medicare. vo: kelly ayotte voted to cut medicare and cost seniors up to $1,700 more for prescriptions... while protecting tax breaks for the wall street banks and big oil companies that fund her campaign. fred: kelly ayotte sold us out. r new hampshire anymore. vo: senate majority pac is responsible
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>> catherine: >> stephanie: gentlemen walked up to me and relay what is doing and thankful for the news and also spoke with another man and saw the group of dirt bikers here and washington square last night and he says they were tearing up the park and taking look behind me. you can see one of the tracks that he says they left before speeding off down the road. now, police say this all started last night when about 30 bikers on atv's and dirt bikes stopped at busy intersection at route 18 in elm street. according to southcoast today number of bikers then ran through red light. king's highway police say one of
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ran man over. >> stopped all traffic on dartmouth street and however they felt like they were and rest of city didn't matter. >> stephanie: battery with dangerous weapon and appear in court tomorrow and thankfully and sergeant run over now back home recovering from the injuries. in new bedford, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. >> daniel: omar mateen
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tapes go on for an hour and talk about u.s. air strikes in syria and sir rack and tapes were released yesterday and judge's order. mateen killed 49 people and hurt others in june attack and killed in shootout with police >> catherine: learning one person dead and five more hurt after a pipeline explosion. crew was working along a gasoline line in shelby county when piece of machinery hit the line. the gas started the fire that's continued to burn through the night. people within 3-mile radius were evacuated. this is the same area of the pipeline that burst in september leading to gasoline shortages across the south. at this points it is still unclear if yesterday's explosion
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>> catherine: truck rear ended hey ride full of people and pulling trick or treaters through town when hit last night. several other people were injured. it is unclear if the driver of the truck will face any charges. >> daniel: mark sailing will not be charged with sexual assaulting a woman in 2012. l.a. district attorney interviewed the victim and determined there wasn't enough evidence to press cha law. currently facing charges of possessing child pornography and if convicted he could face up to 40 years in prison. bill cosby will appear in court today where expected the lawyers will ask the judge to dismiss the charges against him. last week the attorneys filed a motion stating comedian is legally blind. they a that would prevent him from seeing the accusers and could impact the defense. the 79-year-old currently facing
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>> catherine: icon on map and solid strip of red so if going on expressway, you might not want to go that way right now if still trying to revamp the plans and expressway closed because of the accident. 128 see jammed up as well between burlington and waltham. that's another slow spot on the map. 93 jammed up between medford and somerville nice sub -- sunny view and
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>> shiri: 1.3 inches of snow and two inches snow and worcester two and a half inches of snow and look closer at some of the temperature, expected snow totals for the month i actually posted something on my facebook page that i think you would be interested in. otherwise 39 in boston, 34 currently in worcester where we started in the lower 30s and freezing when we woke up in worcester this morning, now at 34? with the sunshine, problem is it still feels like it is 29 because of the wind chill and see the wind chill in your town with fox25 weather app, 11:00 a.m. 39? and 1:00 p.m. 46. we are getting so close to 50, bet you we can make it in boston and worcester today.
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coastline, you might gain a couple degrees, gain a couple clouds overall looking nice and bright and couple clouds mingling with the sunshine. pix -- 56 in mattapoisett and mid-50s up to brockton, braintree, foxborough and walpole, those are some of the warmest locations. also got mid-50s in framingham and fitchburg, but only 51 in worcester, 51 in boston, up to ipswich about 52 in manchester, high temperatures tomorrow though we are trading in the 50s for some 60s. 68? in norwood, getting close to 70? there but will be mid-60s in the boston area. a little cooler and higher dew points and stickier air if you will and expect more clouds
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clouds, perhaps even trigger lonely little sprinkle. i'm keeping the forecast dry for now, that's what i see and timeline slowed down slightly approximate moving in just before the evening commute and looks like moving in just after. we still got wiggle room to iron this out so i think the best plan that we have is preparing for some for the best. nice and bright out there, winds died down from yesterday, 66 here tomorrow with mix of sun and clouds and quarter to half inch of rain but friday it is going to clear out and turn wind and he see some of the expected gusts going to be close to 30 miles per hour. so blustery friday on tap and winds lighten here on saturday but i think it is going to be breezy at 52. we got early morning temperatures in the 30s over the weekend.
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and get extra hour of sleep here on sunday morning, sunday's high is 50. wait until you see, by the way, what the change in the time will do to the sun sets. that's coming up in the next half hour. back to you. >> daniel: new england teen being hailed a hero for quick action during a fire. how teen managed to run through the home full of smoke to save his little what's kelly ayotte costing you? you're paying more for prescription medicines. kelly ayotte blocked lower cost generic drugs. you're paying high interest rates on college loans. ayotte voted against letting you refinance at lower rates. and you're paying higher bank fees while ayotte voted for special breaks to wall street executives. kelly ayotte. she's siding with corporate special interests and that's costing you.
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>> daniel: jacqueline fell live >> reporter: study coming from the yale school of medicine and examining 13,000 hospital records 1997 to 2012 for opioid poisoning and study says likely very young patients take the drugs because think candy or treat and 15 to 19 opioid poisoning contributing to suicide or self-inflicted injury
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intent increase 303% among teens and increasing and study suggest that limit access to drugs and throw away leftover pills. >> catherine: consumers facing sharp increasi many plan to change insurers or doctors. experts say the challenge is facing obama care. program found many younger people opted to payen approximatealty for uninsured and rather enrolled in healthcare. >> daniel: reducing allergens can help reduce medication. researchers found the best way to help lessen the child's
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triggers and make every effort to keep the trigger out of your home. >> catherine: turns out good cholesterol may not be good for you. raising hdl level long been thought to protect against heart attack and stroke and extremely high levels of good cholesterol actually increases heart attack risk and explain why companies have struggled to create a drug that helps patients by increasing good cholesterol. >> catherine: zika affected in males. it has a tougher time impregnating female mice and doctors know zoo zika can survive in months and men that travel to zika hot spots use condoms for at least six monthsar -- after exposure. >> daniel: some charter schools never get off the ground.
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closer and never reopened after christmas. >> daniel: massachusetts granted charter schools to 108 schools. of those 28 of them closed or never opened. fox25 investigates learns how the numbers compare to charter schools in other states and why supporters say the figures don't tell the whole story. >> shiri: below average temperatures expected today and nice warm-up feeling more september like wednesday and thursday. i got an hour-by-hour look into today's warm-up and when to plan on 60s kate: my mom and i love shooting hoops. but you know what - she could still learn a few things from me - just like i've learned a lot from her. mom helps with homework... she helped dad start his business... and she even fought to put bad guys in jail. now, mom helps make laws that help people - especially when they need it most. i'm really proud of her. and she's taught me that with hard work -
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complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the x2 november 1st, live look outside of boston right now, sunny but cold. stay bundled up this morning. >> tomorrow different story. >> shiri: new england forecast. wait five minutes if you don't like it, 33? in londonderry, 34 in worcester, so been kind of slow recovery from the very freezing cold temperatures this morning.
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walpole and freezing as well and sandwich and wareham, even falmouth at 40? and recovering from the 30s this morning. comes from boston, slide up to 46? from noon keeping it mostly sunny with just mix of sunshine, scattered clouds mixing in and got to say 50? for kids coming home from school. some of you running bit warmer, five? warmerha >> look at how the roads are doing. show you about the situation on expressway and get to that and 128 jammed up and see that it is just a solid strip of red. there's an accident on southbound side but this that the we are concerned with. this is according to mass state police, hov lane and 93 northbound closed for crash and
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monitor that and southbound side as well, not good on the expressway. look at expressway, past the point though, so this is in dorchester and you could see you're moving in that spot and drive times, 128 and 495 to leverett connector and 41 minutes, 128 looking like 45 minute drive after a school bus crashed in southwest baltimore. look at scene from earlier this morning. the front part of that yellow school bus smashed into the side of maryland transit administration bus. you could see debris spilling out on to the road from the driver's side of the mbta bus. police say all the fatalities were on the mbta bus and there were no children on the school bus at the time of the crash and continue to keep you updated as
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>> daniel: young boy recovering after hit in car while trick-or-treating. jessica reyes live in lowell this morning where, jess, police say driver has now been citeed. >> jessica: 27-year-old woman from lowell and cited leaving the scene of accident and police night here on marshall avenue and kept going. police in lowell shut down for hours last night after a driver hit four-year-old boy out trick-or-treating. >> i opened the door and see a lot of people. >> jessica: this woman lives on the street and boyfriend called 911. >> bleeding. >> jessica: popular spot for trick or treaters and police
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parents and woman driving silver car hit him. two people live nearby and then took off. someone got license plate number and police stopped her a short time later. car was towed and questioning and no charges have been filed. we know from police that driver's cited leaving the scene of accident with injury and she is going to be due in court at later date. live in reyes, fox25 news. >> daniel: driver of another hit and run held on $2,500 bond. the herald reports lying 25 feet apart but blood covered mother going back and forth between them. mitchell accused of leaving the scene after hitting the family and then going back and admitting to police he had been drinking. in court yesterday mitchell's
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out of control. >> no evidence any of the witnesses operating negligence. driving same speed as she was. >> daniel: herald reports mitchell's license is suspended because he wouldn't do breathalyzer test. >> catherine: police say student was arrested phone message sent out to parents administrators say the boy will be disciplined through the school. bpd charged the child with unlawful possession of gun on school property. leominster man also remains in custody accused of raping a brockton high school students at the school. interpreter 44-year-old pled not guilty yesterday and accused of forcing himself on teenager last week. the lawyer told the judge the pair know each other and what
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>> daniel: transit police released video of suspect, at cedar grove "t" stop early sunday morning and say he dressed up as horror film character mike meyers and attempted to board a trolley without paying the fair. he then reportedly dragged the driver from the train and beat him and leaving the community in shock. >> i'm shocked and surprised and it is the city and a stuff going on. >> catherine: man walked into the td bank and demanded money. no weapon was shown and took off toward bailey road with some cash and he is 6'1" and no one was hurt. catherine: two 19-year-old's accused of holding
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street and demanded cash. martin accused of pointing gun at employee and firing off a round. no one was hurt and all three were arraigned today. juvenile now in dcf custody. martin and pringle are being held until a dangerousness hearing later this week. >> daniel: questionable facebook post by the medford police union. we showed you the pictures yesterday. handcuffed in hillary clinton character and posing with donald trump character. mayor tells fox2 expecting to get full report about those pictures from chief of police and mentioned one of the men in the pictures is president of the medford police union. he has apologized for the pictures saying it was poor judgment and not a political statement. troubling trend of racial discrimination by drivers for ride sharing companies in boston. revenue aimed to see if comers with african-american sounding names when booking a ride and
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another and they found one key difference. >> when the name that passenger used with stereo typically african-american name and much more likely to have the trip accepted and then canceled. >> during the same experience and did not find the same cancellation race. they say that could be because drivers know rider's name before they accept the pickup unlike uber dryers. it will use the study to cont transportation in equality. >> catherine: update about a problem. earlier a month we showed you video of trash piling up along the rails at back bay station. viewer told fox25 the same pieces have been sitting in same places for months. amtrak responsible for the maintenance along the stretch of tracks and agency called and viewer cents -- sent us photo
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>> catherine: brandon hutchins woke up to see the flames outside the window and realized three-year-old sister was still inside the house and when teen took action running back into the flames to get her. >> fell down the stairs and smoke got me dizzy, could not see anything. i was just making guesses whereas >> catherine: only do what he could to protect the family. >> daniel: cleveland will pop champagne if they take care of business against the cubs tonight. you can watch all the action here starting at 8:00 and followed by late edition at 10:00. bruins opened the month of november. b's in florida to take on
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for the breaking news and snapped three game losing streak with one-zero win over the red wings. >> catherine: celtics get back to work tomorrow night and measure of revenge after the bulls lost in chicago last week. marcus smart didn't play in that game and yet to play this season. that changes tomorrow. he is expected to play against the bulls after missing time with injured ankle. for more good news for smart as celtics have announced they picked up option on contract and that of terry rogeer and si through 2018. >> daniel: patriots shipped one of the best definitive players out of town. jamie collins to the cleveland browns and he will be a free agent at the end of the season and wants a bigger salary than the pats are willing to offer. tom brady weighed in on the move on the radio yesterday. >> always tough to hear news like that teammate and so many battles and james a great player for the team and i'm sure he
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always sad when we lose a player that i like and someone that i respect like jamie. it is a tough day but part of the nfl and part of the business. >> collins goes from the seven-one pats to the zero-eight browns and that's bad >> shiri: sun sets today at 5:37 and change the clock back here on sunday. sun sets at 4:30 by the end of the month and 4:13 and what kind of weather you will enjoy today and what time temperatures end up next.
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joanne: she's not fooling me. britt: kelly ayotte sides with the special interests. vivian: now, she's even playing politic games with medicare. vo: kelly ayotte voted to cut medicare and cost seniors up to $1,700 more for prescriptions... while protecting tax breaks for the wall street banks and big oil companies that fund her campaign. fred: kelly ayotte sold us out. britt: with kelly ayotte, it's all politics. joanne: she's not looking out for new hampshire anymore. vo: senate majority pac is responsible
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massachusetts has many great public schools, and we took it for granted that our kids would go to great public schools. but some kids aren't so lucky. where they live, they don't go to a great school, and they have no choice. imagine if your kids were trapped in a failing school. public charter schools give parents a choice and are a pathway to success for these kids. if you like your school, question 2 won't affect you. but question 2 will change the future for thousands of kids who need your help. please join me and
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>> daniel: new casino built in everett progress continues and getting look at construction site.
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out and expected to play in boston business. >> blair: looking at progress. >> currently looking at foundation work on the site and wanted to establish a firm footprint for the building. >> blair: footprint spans 13 acres and this right here entrance to the hotel building and casino. this is what the hotel will face. boston skyline along the banks >> blair: tweaking and new pictures that have not been released that give more detail what the $2.1 billion project will look like from the lobby
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public legal wrangling with somerville it has simmered down. >> pretty good place with somerville. >> blair: on target for june 3rd, 2019 and biggest focus now the jobs. 320 people work on-site now, another 200 for the end of the year. next year 1500 more. even after that there will be 4,000 permanent jobs. >> getting people up and running and can't wait boston harbor to our guests and have a hands-on approach. resorts world casino in new
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had malfunctioned. >> state dinner. >> win and now the house doesn't want to pay out. to me that's unfair. >> sue the casino and gaming commission says can't give the max pay out and only winning she can collect is two dollars 25 cents. >> catherine: banking giant wes $50 million over appraisal fees. those fees typically cost $30 but wells fargo charging three times that amount and labeling those fees as other charges. spokesperson for the bank alleges the company did nothing wrong and says they are settling to avoid a long legal dispute. news comes two months after it was revealed wells fargo employees were creating fake accounts to boost sales numbers. catherine: ups driver going to be a lot busier this holiday season between
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they expect to have 700 million deliveries worldwide. in preparation ups hiring 95,000 temporary workers. >> daniel: according to state department glare from glasses number one reason passport photos are rejected. new rule about eye wear in photos goes into effect today. move comes as state department expects up to 20 million passport rne next year. >> catherine: state police tweeted out mainly northbound side impact in terms of hov lane and closures going on. see traffic moving on both sides of the expressway, so that's bit
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did cause delays for quite sometime and see they are in the process of clearing that and that's what it looks like on the map, thick strips of red, tweet from state police again from about half hour or so going this morning ask that was where the accident was situated. live look at the expressway past the point. see traffic moving but very slow behind that point and drive times for you, elsewhere on the roadways, route 17 minutes, 9332 minutes and 128 from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls, still jammed up ther shining and sun glasses and gloves today. >> shiri: 39? and couple degrees cooler and nice thing is winds will not be active today and get to take a look back at
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november, i just finished composing the graphic for you here. notice it was running very warm with temperatures about one and a half degrees above average in boston and worcester, warmer than that in concord, new hampshire and also wet we had above average rainfall for the first time in a month since february. so that's why we have a drought. it has taken until now get normal or above average rainfall in southern new england. chilly dry temperatures -- chilly temperature dry today and warmer weather and inch into wednesday and temperatures will be back in the 60s. no 60s. we just got mid to upper 40s here in time for lunch time. today it is running pretty bright, few more clouds at coastline, not biggie there, see into the afternoon, get pops of 50s and that's generally what you're driving to from 5:00 p.m. coming down couple degrees 51 in boston, 52 in beverly, 54 plymouth, even 50 portsmouth,
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52? in chatham this afternoon. low temperatures tonight will be back into the 40s and increasing clouds and turning warmer which is why temperatures all the way into the mid-, even upper 60s. turning partly to mostly cloudy and push closer to 70, not promising you clouds to start things off for thursday at 7:00 a.m. and jumping ahead to rainy day and looking fine but once we look into the afternoon southern new hampshire in western massachusetts for scattered showers and main rain probably going to hold off until the morning commute and after evening commute weekend always
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more clouds around and rain totals and north and west of boston so there's a downpour potential once we hit thursday evening and morning temperatures in the 30s, going to feel chilly. we gain and hour of daylight here on sunday because as we know we fall back this time of the year.
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robert kearney: i fought for my country in kosovo and iraq, and i've been a republican all my life. but i'm the father of three girls. i can't stand hearing donald trump call women pigs, dogs, and bimbos...and i sure don't want my daughters hearing it. i want my girls to grow up and respected. donald trump's america is not the country i fought for. so, i'm voting for hillary clinton. hillary clinton:
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what's kelly ayotte costing you? you're paying more for prescription medicines. kelly ayotte blocked lower cost generic drugs. you're paying high interest rates on college loans. ayotte voted against letting you refinance at lower rates. and you're paying higher bank fees while ayotte voted for special breaks to wall street executives. kelly ayotte. she's siding with corporate special interests and that's costing you. she's not working for new hampshire. >> daniel: tom tom brady having fun with the family dog and gisele posted picture on facebook. she said when your son wants to be super mario but no one wants
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>> catherine: final white house dance party. excellent choice of song. visitors retrieved goodies and tour through story book themed lawnmower than 4,000 people expected to visit the white house yesterday. this trick-or-treater totally won president obama's halloween party. child dressed in duck costume and wrapped catherine: heidi glum going out for halloween and rather than dressing up klum had other models dress up like here. she hinted hinted hinted and hah body doubles. she bought the woman prosthetic face mask so the costume would
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>> daniel: favorite story of the morning at least for me. dad went out of way to make sure little girl could trick or treat on airplane. man and little girl flying from boston to san francisco last night and girl dressed as doughnut was upset they had to fly on halloween so dad passed out candy and note to explain the situation to all the other passengers. later the daughter trick or treated down the aisle and passengers handed her candy. woman that works for twitter posted the pictures here. they got tens of thousands of likes as well as retweets. >> catherine: talking about the crash on the expressway, trying to repair the zipper lane now. hov lane there, but that where you see the incident, that is where the car actually crashed into the hov lane on southbound side but you can also see on northbound side heavy delays so delays on both sides expressway right now and southbound side
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factor and cleaning that up for a little bit. >> shiri: really quiet conditions, going to be cool out there, high 53? and bit warmer tomorrow, how about flavor of september around here. few more clouds around, 66, going to notice it is a little stickier, not going -- don't want to use the word every time a new charter opens, it takes money away from the regular public schools mine. massachusetts schools already lose 400 million a year to charters and question two means we'll lose even more. we've got to stop taking from the 96 percent of kids who don't attend a charter school. if you believe every child deserves a great public education, vote no on question two. at stop & shop, shoppers are discovering low prices by the thousands, plus even more that just dropped.
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