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>> gene: now at 7:00 done it again. another curse broken in chicago as cubs celebrate first world series win in 108 years. coming up we will have reaction from the former sox gm who has another trophy to add to the collection. >> jessica: woman and son targeted in derry, new hampshire and mother says she thinks it is
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marcotte haven't been caught and update on the investigation and what he learned from top profilers. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: 7:00 on thursday morning. i almost said monday. it lavanchy. >> sara: i'm sara underwood. shiri spear says towns and cities getting out wet. >> showers move through the boston area. love a morning when i tell you 30s and mostly 50s on the map and boston last of the showers push on out, same for the south shore here, north shore scattered rain through lawrence and up into southern new hampshire, it is going to be a drizzly day ahead for you so
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of the wet weather right now. fog not bad except over the islands and dense fog and lawrence today, wanted to go north, temperatures stalled out in the upper 50s and all day threat for showers and show you when it is dryer and warmer when i'm back with you at 10:00. catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> catherine: jammed up in usual spots and accidents right here and 128 northbound stalled vehicle before highland avenue, jammed up behind the point. over here exit route 16 and ramp blocked at 128 southbound at the pike. over here shifting up we showed you how slow 128 was going south, now there's an accident on the map. it is right at the wynn street exit, woburn burlington area, slow behind it and give you look at drive times. pike 49 minutes. gene, over to you.
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before. here is -- this is going to be tough play. cubs win world series. brian makes the play. it is over and the cubs -- >> gene: there it is. 108 years plus seven world series games and ten extra -- one extra inning anyway. it is all over. cubs are champs of baseball. >> sara: game topped off by celebrations in the locker room and in the streets that went well into the early morning hours. can't blame you if you didn't it got over well after midnight. >> gene: bet everybody in chicago is wide awake. a rollercoaster that included extra innings, late game rally and even rain delay. sixth inning former red sox david ross, oldest player ever to homer in game of world series. he is retiring. inians show a flair for the dramatic and they come back.
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game at six, lebron loves it and going bonkers in cleveland after a 17 minute rain delay the cubs come up big in the top of the tenth. series mvp ben zobrist shoots one down third baseline and eight-seven in the bottom of the tenth, base up middle for davis scores run, michael martinez ground out to chris bryant at third d of frustration gone. cubs win game seven thriller eight-seven in ten and another reign for former sox gm theo epstein. >> want to thank everyone that rooted for the cubs, 108 years of loyal support and patience waiting for team like this to make it happen for night like this and you're all world champs
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for you. >> gene: would have loved it if bill murray would have talked. theo just 42 now and ended two world series droughts for two of baseball most story franchised. the brookline native put together the red sox team that ended an 86 year drought in 2004. >> sara: unbelievable. despite the game being in cleveland, cubs fans celebrated in chicago like they haven't won the world series in 108 wrigley field for hours overnight people were seen dancing on tops of trucks, dancing in the streets, cheering and beaming with excitement and despite all the crowds it appears so far at least that everyone has behaved themselves and police are not reporting any arrest from the overnight celebrations. of course, we remember what it felt like after a very long drought. >> gene: no question about that. much more coming up on the website and get more on what's
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of celebration on the website. story of 108-year-old new hampshire fan that stayed up to watch the historic win and you could find on fox25boston.com. >> sara: this morning police are searching for the suspects who are harassing a new hampshire family with a string of racist messages. in the past few days their car was egged and keyed with the n word and found fried chicken in surveillance video will lead to arrest, jess. >> very upsetting situation and it has been going on for weeks. crews spoke with the victim last night and she thinks this is all happening because she is white and her son is not. 3:00 in the morning in derry, car slows, then speeds back up. >> every other car you see it
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blinking. >> surveillance camera recorded overnight and wonder what was connected hours later when she left for work. >> when i woke up and we went into the car to get to the car, somebody egged my car, thrown watermelon at my car and fried chicken. >> jessica: third time she has been targeted in two weeks. it is because she is white and-year-old son is not. jackie has asked us identify him. >> never thought at seven we would have to deal with it but he is awesome and standing strong and tall and he is a proud little guy. >> jessica: the first incident happened on october 21st, someone etched a racial slur into her car and a few days later piece on her lawn with racial slur written on.
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>>it love it here. i think it is a wonderful place. i think that whoever is doing this is absolutely minority. >> jessica: jackie since installed outdoor lights and security system and people asking with any more information about this to give them a call. jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: jurors are expected to hear the rest of gary lee sampson's confession. sampson resentencing trial began yesterday and lawyers blaming a childhood brain trauma for spray in 2001 when he killed three men including 19-year-old jonathan rizzo and convicted and sentenced to death and judge threw out the death penalty because didn't disclose she was a domestic abuse survivor and entire penalty case being reheard which has been tough on the family for victims. >> this is tough. it has been 13 years now since
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to go through this all again. it is tough. it is tough for every single one of us. >> sara: sampson's attorneys are trying to blame a brain injury when he was in a fall. prosecutors say he tries to gabe trust before murdering. >> gene: five days away from who the president of the united states will be. four battle ground states are now within cnn poll donald trump is ahead out west in nevada and arizona. over on the eastern side of the country hillary clinton maintaining small leads in california and pennsylvania and racing against the clock to win over undecided voters. >> we got to be nice and cool, nice and cool. stay on point, donald, stay on point. >> what would it be like to have
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we really don't have to guess. we have to look at everything he has said and done. >> gene: both campaigns will make the final stops in new hampshire the next week and ivanka trump will be in hollis and nashua and new hampshire and president obama and chelsea clinton will be making stops in the granite state to rally for hillary clinton. fox25 has you covered and everything you need to know and live team coverage on tuesday. join us starting at 4:00 in the night we will have results. >> catherine: moderate delays on orange line going south because of disabled train it affects between north station and ruggles. drive times coming up. shiri? >> shiri: best bet for day most of the day scattered rain moving back into the afternoon and very little over southeastern massachusetts.
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cast just ten minutes away. >> sara: for the first time ever uber redesigned the app and new futures at making life easier. >> rob: the murder of vanessa marcotte stunned our nation and th massachusetts' newspapers rarely agree, but they do on question 2. they agree opponents have run a "campaign of misinformation"
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>> shiri: marblehead to rally and sea coast of new hampshire and on this maand this isn't the wettest time of the day and back in town in less than five minutes. >> sara: 27-year-old vanessa marcotte found murdered in rural princeton. three months later there's still no arrest. bob ward traveled to virginia to exclusive new england's unsolved report. bob, you met with the top fbi profiler who has valuable past. >> rob: she tells me vanessa's killer is likely someone local
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>> reporter: continuing to haunt the small massachusetts town. vanessa's case still he may not have been caught but probably left behind valuable clues. profiler studied cases just like this. >> what you're dealing with is someone very much engaged in predatory behavior, which means that they are out looking for
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cases ted kaczynski and columbine massacre. showed the pictures of the mar cot crime scene and she believe she fell victim to complete stranger. >> walking along or more like lie driving along and saw her and decided to do this and very unique kind of violence. coldblooded, predatory and it is purposeful and that's the kind of violence that you see when a stranger goes after someone that they don't know. >> reporter: among biggest clues in this case, crime scene itself. remote unless you're familiar with the area. >> there's a good possibility the person knew the area and when you know an area, you have command over the area. >> reporter: and then there's vanessa's murder itself. she may have been sexually assaulted and killer tried to
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evidence. the burning can be done to be sadistic, the burning can be done out of curiosity. >> reporter: she has seen this in other cases. why does somebody do something like this? is it about sex, power, what drives them. >> begin by power and control, i'm watching her, she doesn't know it, it is exciting, she has no idea what i'm going to do and then the wanting to strangle her or cut her and being aroused by the manner of death and then the motive can change to the need for wanting to destroy evidence. >> reporter: it is believed she fought back and scratched the killer. scratches night lead to identification but right now the killer remains at large.
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familiar with princeton area is still here. >> what's interesting is they are able to go back to pretty much normal. and they were married they would go home and have hamburger with wife and children. >> reporter: as if nothing happened. >> reporter: >> absolutely. >> reporter: characteristics of psycho path is pathological liars and they are remarkably good for the marcotte murder has already come in but vanessa's killer is still out there. any information about this case, anything that might help bring justice to vanessa's family, contact the anonymous tip line. he have to tell you the interview i had i found was absolutely fascinating and insightful. she had a lot of things to say about this case and based it on third year of experience with
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country. >> say anything where she thinks the killer might be right now? >> may live in princeton area, may have friends in the princeton area, may work there, that spot where this murder took place and any of us drove down the road we wouldn't notice it but killer felt comfortable enough to do this and believes the person is familiar with the ar well. >> what is happening with the investigation right now the. >> state police have been working the case very very hard and don't hear a lot about what they are doing and i know from sources they are hitting one very hard. one of the things they have done is they have gone and checked out sex offenders in the area. there are hundreds of them and they have contacted them, reaching out trying to get dna swaps from them but so far hasn't panned out because no dna match as we know. >> chilling story. if you for coming in this
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7:18 and what's going on on roadways, check in with catherine parrotta. >> catherine: a lot of spots and accidents. 128 northbound stalled vehicle before highland ave and jammed up all the way to dedham and build in extra time there. over there pike eastbound route 16 washington street shifting up. this is still on the map 128 southbound accident to winn street exit, woburn burlington area and slow beyond that point and show you ts, orange line moderate ones because of disabled train and look at drive times, 24 take you 24 minutes. 93 from 495 to leverett connector an hour and three minutes. on the expressway just about a half hour for your drive time, averaging 17 miles per hour and, shiri, maybe a little drizzle for people out there today. >> north shore, southern new hampshire, all spots closer to the front where we have the
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meantime we got temperatures waking up to the 50s with 53 in boston and plymouth and 53 in worcester, showers in manchester, new hampshire, 49?, but if we go all the way down to plymouth what you find a lot of day runs dry down here, couple breaks in clouds south of boston and help push temperatures into the mid to upper 60s over southeastern mass but where we are stuck with clouds and showers it is going to end up a lot cooler, 59 today in boston, 58 in lawrence, only mi in portsmouth and manchester, new hampshire and hot spots over southeastern mass well into the 60s today, mostly dry conditions and everybody for late day showers. see by noon time most of the rain remains focused over southern new hampshire and showers developing from worcester to boston and then scattered rain here for the afternoon. it is not a washout of drive home from work here but there will be damp roadways in and around the boston area, showers
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clearing. into your day tomorrow we are going to get things started with lingering clouds and clear them out and cool and breezy here. 7-day forecast always in view after 60s today we drop down to high about 55? here tomorrow, partly cloudy skies and over the weekend we got highs that are teetering right around 50? both days, very chilly mornings and 20s and 30s. partly cloudy but looking dry right now, only the slight risk for a sprinkle or flurry. back to you guys. g soon boston food trucks might soon boston food trucks might display report cards. >> local performer display report cards.
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chicks. country trio covered the song while on recent tour. beyonce not the first star to take the cma stage. justin timberlake performed with chris stapleton just last year. >> shiri: we will get breather and hitting 3:00 p.m. showers are peaking and look minutes away.
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who need your help. please join me and vote yes on question 2. >> sara: shi t see any rain at all. another day of warm temps. >> comes to real estate, location, location, location saying earlier, shiri, depends where you are and depend what you get. >> shiri: all about location today because boston showers already winding down and find the roads, sidewalks a little bit wet right now, 53?, but it is the north shore and southern new hampshire and those are wet
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southern new hampshire a very drizzly picture right now and southeastern massachusetts, prize winning forecast today. this is where it is going to be warm, this is where it is going to be brighter in boston itself got 56? here at 9:00 a.m. with partly to mostly cloudy skies. noon time 58 and keeping things dry until we hit the afternoon, 3:00 p.m. comes along, we got kids coming home from school and got more rain on the way and that's going to continue through the closer look at the hardest hits towns and cities and catherine parrotta back with live drive time traffic and look at slow spots. >> catherine: 128 northbound highland ave and over here new accident, this is 95 northbound right at 128 and see the accident there and really jammed up almost to walpole behind it shifting up north a little bit, 128 southbound, that accident
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burp in the spot and over here on the pike eastbound accident on the shoulder but near exit 17. another update from the mbta, commuter rail franklin line, 25 to 30 minutes behind skeleton because of mechanical issue that happened earlier this morning. drive times all jammed up everywhere, 24, 21 minutes, 93 to the 95 to the leverett connector four and six minutes. joan, over to you. >> two cities, two starving for the world title and did not disappoint going seven game and then some. this was a true nail biter. cubs looking like they were going to runaway with it and sixth inning david ross and age 39 and last game, retiring, six-three cubs. indians show a flair for
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her games tied at six and going bonkers in cleveland and after 17 minute rain delay cubs come up big in the bottom of the tenth inning and mvp the series shoots one past and cubs take lead and go up by score of eight-six and michael martinez grounds is the chris brian at third and there it is 108 years of frustration and cubs win game seven thriller eight-seven i president obama who can fan by by -- white sox fan. want to come to the white house before i leave.
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pretty good so far and major project happening this weekend could cause headaches. >> going to be a headache and everyone going to take advil and doing it on the weekend so doesn't become a migraine. shut down 128 in this area that i want to show you here by highland avenue in needham a goodness and cause tremendous amount of issues. as it stands, this weekend from friday night to sunday afternoon different parts of 128 are going to be shut down in each direction for several hours at a time because they are taking -- see the construction there, they are taking down the remaining part of the old highland avenue
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miles and miles of the roadway here and this bridge needed to be replaced in order to accommodate that and new bridge up and running been that way for sometime as you can see middle section of the old bridge not exactly usable and heads up need to give you and have all the specifics about it on our website at fox25boston.com. we continue to monitor it for you, of course, and we will be there with you throughout the sky fox over needham, michael henrich, fox 23 news. >> gene: happening today changes are coming to cambridge after two cyclist lost lives at busy intersection. jason law live in cambridge. through the area many people ride bikes to work through the section. >> it is very popular, gene. traffic picking up really within the last 30 minutes and approach hard of rush hour and drive to
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square pay attention because three left-hand turns perfectly legal yesterday are now illegal this morning. let's break it down for you and show you this map here and configuration of the intersection, not typical looking intersection but big red arrows and mark-off now, new illegal left-hand turns, new hampshire street southbound at cambridge street eastbound. you have westbound cambridge street on to antrel street all three now illegal left-hand turns, cyclists have been calling for change after two people killed in six months. amanda phillips hit by truck in this intersection and short distance away last month bernard lavin and starting today those
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are now illegal to make new signs out here warning people because this is the regular commute in the morning you're not used to that and find alternate route. we are live in cambridge this morning, jason law, fox25 news. >> 18-year-old walking trying to catch a bus around 10:30 when car hit her. driv help. at last check the woman was in critical condition and driver was not facing any charges. former substance abuse counselor was killed in horrific crash hit by a driver the police say was high on drugs. this was scene on tuesday on route 111 in salem, new hampshire. flew through stop sign pushing car into the car where there was a passenger. she was killed.
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heartbroken. >> wish was here. >> she tells us they were coming back from funeral. girlie being held on $65,000 bail. sara: check out scene in lester. police tell us that driver swerved to avoid hitting deer when suv hit tree and went up flames. this happened in baldwin street yesterday. luckily the driver made it out before a huge ball of flames. >> gene: woman was robbed inside her home on tuesday. we are also hearing 911 call to dispatcher. >> i have been robbed by three
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black deville. they are probably heading for the expressway. i don't know. they haven't been gone long. >> gene: three masked men still on the run and suspects have not been accounted for as of yet. police do not believe that this was a random attack. >> sara: trying to clean up dirty needles in the they call themselves arc angels. member of angels said his daughter stumbled on needle. >> when my daughter showed me the needles i was angry. >> i know not to go around them because it is not a good pleasant thing done around here. >> sara: the group says
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>> investigators in chelsea claim they don't have the manpower to keep the city safe. they are understaffed and became apparent at fire in 2014. six apartments went up in flames and they did not have enough resources to fight them all. >> didn't have enough manpower to fight the fire in the house and panicking, house was burning and as soon as i have somebody here, you know, we will >> gene: city leaders agree they are understaffed and hire two more firefighters in the spring. thousands of gifts and toys destroyed in fire on the cape will be replaced in time for christmas. toys for tots has pledged to replenish all the gifts for the military foundation. last week fire destroyed the building where toys and gifts were housed. the foundation donates christmas presents to about 800 families every year. >> catherine: we track traffic and weather together every ten
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expressway 24 minutes andy peabody and weston tolls up to hour and seven minutes. >> shiri: 53 degrees in boston, drizzle winding down, mostly cloudy skies between eight and 9:00 a.m. and show you where the drizzle and showers get stuck all day and where it will take before you even see a drop. >> south shore hospital first beat milk dropoff center and donations from saving newborns across the country. >> daniel: i'm daniel miller in the fox25 newsroom. we are learning much more about
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>> daniel: deadly ambush of two officers in iowa and learn more about the suspect's troubled past. daniel miller joins us now with
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online. >> daniel: we followed the videos yesterday, man suspected of shooting and killing two iowa police officers had several run-ins in the past. one last month, picture of scott green holding confederate flag and u.s. flag. right before he asked to hold high school football game and green posted video on >> have i committed a crime? >> everything from the get-go has been recorded, sir. >> have i committed a crime? >> on private property, school property, asking you to leave at this time. >> daniel: officers he was arguing with were from urban dale, iowa which was where one of the police officers was. we reached out to boston police
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threats against local officers at this time. however, boston police department urging officers to remain vigilant following the deadly ambush. in the newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sara: bill cosby's asking judge to face out charges. facing incident of assault charges involving incident with temple university employee in 2004. cosby's attorneys are trying to block testimony that he gave in th defamation lawsuit. hy also site the length of time past saying any testimony would be inaccurate because of errors and memories. >> gene: coach suspended after doing a body shot off one of the players. the shot wasn't alcohol but rather syrup and part of celebration after the student won a pancake award for having the most blocks in the game.
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school may be too harsh. >> i think it is inappropriate but at the same time i think the kid had a say in it. it looks like they were just celebrating having fun. >> school says they take all allegations against their staff seriously. they are currently investigating the incident. >> catherine: 7:47 now. look at how the maps are doing and see no end in sight for the troubles here on the map. let's look at accidents. this one still there, 95 northbound right at 128 and still jammed up back to one on the map 128 southbound at wynn street burlington woburn area and jammed up before and after the point. over here new accident 128 northbound multiple vehicle accident there at lowell street and see jammed up medford and somerville and jammed on the expressway to usual stretch and drive times for you, 50 minutes rather and take you 36 minutes,
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the weston tolls and have mild temperatures. >> temperature in the 50s and feeling like fall and kind of mild, 53 in boston right now, winds not too strong and temperatures and dew points a little bit close, have them monitoring for fog, so far only dense fog over nantucket and martha's vineyard. further south you go and warmer it will be, further north wet and her cooler it will be, southern new hampshire going to tend to rain on and off throughout the day. i'm sorry, it is not a god boston shaping up mostly dry. here at noon time see rain showers focus over the border into new hampshire but boston and worcester counting partly to mostly cloudy skies and conditions between one and two and expecting showers to go from worcester to boston and fairly scattered and tail end of this, trying to get into southern massachusetts, essentially falling apart and don't end up with that much rain in
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and watching for scattered showers then whole thing wraps up by 7:00 tonight. we are done with the rain. highest totals points north of boston, closer to the front where we got on and off rain throughout the day, third of inch of rain expected in beverly and could end up with half inch of rain closer to portsmouth, new hampshire, about quarter inch in bedford and likely just trace amounts, few hundred of inch of rain in southeast. temperatures there because dryer and a little bit brighter are going to be so much warmer, so 65 in norwood a in providence, we got 60? in chatham today, then we start getting into the upper 50s in worcester and boston and north shore, only the mid-50s up into southern new hampshire. so much cooler day for you guys out there, not necessarily going to be warm and spring like for you folks. temperatures tomorrow are going to take a nose dive. we got highs only in the lower 50s, afternoon going to be cooler out there than it is right now. so we got winds that will also
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tomorrow so we got wind, we got cooldown, i'm likely going to be talking about the wind chills again tomorrow. 7-day forecast with weekend always in view and let's talk a little bit more about the weekend. we got chilly wake-up temperatures in the 20s and 30s. but we got high temperatures that are going to get close to 50?. saturday going to tend to be a little bit brighter, a little bit milder out there with lower 50s in nashua, boston, beverly, plymouth, foxborough, go down by a couple degrees into the sunday and notice we have a little bit of mountains and don't be shocked stray flurry or stray sprinkle and 99% will be stay dry this weekend and giving you early heads up and quiet tuesday night into wednesday when we got the next chance for showers. back to you. >> gene: students at university of oregon unique way to throw out riding pumpkin. they toss them off the roof and dipped jack o lantern into
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building. result frozen pumpkins shattered into little pieces.
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>> sara: doctors say prescreened moms can drop off milk to hospital where it is sent to the bank. the milk then screened, pasteurized and tested before being dispensed to 70 hospitals in ten states around the northeast. and local moms we talked to say they are willing to help. >> sara: screening process modeled after the blood donor screening process. you need your doctor's approval, good health and a blood test.
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new restaurant grading system and its goal to make you aware how clean the place is the moment you walk in the door first restaurant to roll out the letter grades. modeled after similar systems in new york with los angeles where diners met at the door with a, b or c. grade based on restaurant's compliance with health and sanitation codes. mayor marty walsh says the public display of grades puts pressures on -- puts pressure on businesses and to hold themselves t >> program six years ago and at that .85 -- 50% of the businesses were getting an a grade. fast forward six years later, 85% of the businesses are getting a's in new york city. >> restaurants will not be required to post the grades until next year. >> sara: big hoppy mango
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friday at boston brewery and 541 bottles will be for sale, one for each home run big papi hit through 19 year career and all the money raised for the david ortiz children's fund. sara: patriots star julian edelman bringing fashion sense to newbury street and opening up pop-up shop called je11 and open today through sunday. the first 50 people there can get a free boston e bag. this isn't edelman's first foray into fashion and lifestyle collection since last year. >> gene: everybody goes crazy for sharp dressed man. >> that's exactly right. >> 7:00 pix, patriots' day not expected to hit theaters until next year but producer mark wahlburg marathon movie and so important to get it right.
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big temperature cooldown once we hit friday and weekend will be closer look into today's showers and some sunshine or the 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. and she's taught me that with hard work - i can do... anything. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte, kate: and i'm kate.
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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. 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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>> jessica: woman in derry has racial slurs and latest on search. >> sara: five days and different approaches to winning white house. >> nice and cool, nice and cool. stay on point, point. >> sara: brand-new poll that shows donald trump and hillary clinton in a dead heat in new hampshire. >> sara: nov third, thursday, 8:00 a.m., i'm sara underwood.
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temperatures. >> sara: we will take it. >> gene: give big embrace. still need the umbrella today. >> shiri: what you need to hang on to next couple days. 53 in boston right now, dry there, we got a lot of clouds this morning, 53 in norwood, 52 in worcester, autopsy in southern new hampshire patchy rain and that is just how it stays up there the fog, it has gotten worse actually over the vineyard and nantucket, visibility dropping to near zero down there. the rest of massachusetts though i have to say fog is not going to slow things down but notice, especially once the rain comes back here during the afternoon so somewhere like lawrence today, prone seeing on and off showers this morning but main rain still coming in right around noon time continuing into the evening commute. i have an hour-by-hour look at some of those evening commute
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take a pass today and stay mostly dry, coming up in ten minutes. catherine parrotta back now with live drive time traffic this morning and look at problem areas. >> catherine: so many on the map and obstruction on the road, near the expressway, not on it, route 3a morrissey boulevard and keep in mind expressway no treats there, jammed up past quincy all the way as make way into the city. over here the accident still on the map, 95 northbound accident right before 128 jammed up all the way back to walpole and northbound stalled truck at route 3 looks like there's also an accident on the map and jammed up in front of the point make way down route 3 heading south. take look at drive times now, pike take you 32 minutes, pike from the weston tolls, ted williams tunnel, 20 minutes also the expressway from the split to the pike 34 minute drive. gene, over to you. >> gene: all right. you know what our big story is
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waiting, it is all over now. the cubs are champs of baseball. >> sara: game was topped off by celebrations in the locker room in the streets that went well into the early morning hours. can't blame you if you didn't see the end of the game. it got over well after midnight. >> gene: nobody in chicago was going to bed early. it was rollercoaster, included extra innings, late game rally, had rain delay. becomes the oldest player to homer at age 39. also last game, he is retiring. six-three cubs but indians show flair for dramatics and come back, down six-four bottom of the eighth, roger davis over and out, clutch 2-run home run ties the game at six, lebron loves it and they are going bonkers in cleveland after a 17 minute rain delay the cubs come up big in the top of the tenth, ben
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down line in the left and take lead and go up eight-six. indians made it eight-seven in the bottom of the inning and come through rbi single to center and michael martinez chris bryant at third and there it is. 108 years of frustration gone. the cubs win it game seven thriller, eight-seven in ten innings meaning it is another ring for former red sox gm theo epstein. >> i just want to thank everyone that has ever put on cubs uniform, everyone ever rooted for the cubs 108 years of love, support, patience, waiting for team like this to make it happen on night like this. you guys are all world champs tonight, couldn't be happier for you. >> gene: that is theo epstein celebrating with bill murray, knee deep in the hoopla after the win. >> sara: theo with title the curse breaker and that's exactly
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this morning as we remember theo helped bring the red sox to world series win back in 2004 breaking the 86-year-old curse. he is now responsible for ending the two longest championship droughts in major league baseball history priming him for the baseball hall of fame. our coverage of the cubs world series continues online. we have a gallery of the celebration up on website and story of a 108-year-old new hampshire fan who stayed up to watch this >> gene: 8:05. police searching for whoever is harassing a new hampshire family. the mom tells us over the past few days she has been threatened with string of racial slurs. she says her car -- house was egged and car keyed with the n word and doesn't stop there. jessica reyes live in derry and just the family hoping surveillance video hopes catch whoever did this. >> jessica: yeah, gene. hoping the surveillance video will have better look at the car
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all of this. she says not only is car been keyed, it has been egged and other food thrown at it and this morning worst part of it all being targeted because of the son. 3:00 in the morning headlights on covey pond road and car slows and then speeds back up. >> every other car you see goes zoom right by, not even blinking. >> only unusual activity recorded overnight and wonders if it is connected to what she left for work. >> woke up and went into the car to get to the car, somebody had egged my car, thrown watermelon at the car and fried chicken. >> jessica: former division one basketball player believes it is because she is white and seven-year-old son is not. jack he asked us not to identify him. >> i never thought we would have
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awesome. he is standing strong and tall and very -- proud little guy. >> jessica: first incident happened on october 21st. someone etched a racial slur into the paint of jackie's car. few days later a piece from wooden saw horse had same slur on it. they have lived in derry the last five years and says she will not be intimidated and not going anywhere. >> i love it here. i think derry is wonderful place. i think that whoever is doing >> jessica: jackie says she has since installed new lights and new security system outside her home but police in derry asking anyone with more information about this to give them a call. live in derry, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: jurors are expected to hear the rest of gary lee sampson's confession.
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three men including 19-year-old jonathan rizzo. he was convicted and sentenced to death but judge threw out the death penalty because a juror didn't disclose she was a domestic abuse survivor. it is being reheard and it is tough on victims of families. >> it is hard. we have been through this already. it has been 13 years now since convicted and we got to go th it is tough. it is tough for every single one of us. >> sara: sampson's attorneys are trying to prove brain injury from lasty fall when he was four is to blame and sampson's brain just fine, even using it to outsmart victims to quickly gain trust before murdering them. >> gene: new york times poll shows hillary clinton with three-point lead over donald trump nationally.
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in. >> daniel: new york times cbc news poll 45% of likely voters supporting hillary clinton, 42% for donald trump. so far more than 22 million americans have cast the ballots. now, let's take look at big board. four battle ground states now within the margin of error. according to c rmp orc poll donald trump out ahead hillary clinton is maintaining small leads in florida and pennsylvania. clinton's team more than doubling its television ad spending including nearly $5 million and additional air time in toss-up state of florida and consider must win for donald trump. clinton also buying ads in several blue states in effort to protect the so-called blue wall of defense. on republican side of the rnc also purchasing air time in
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spending $2.9 million in its first ad by supporting donald trump. as for the candidates, clinton's closing argument sounds more like a warning while donald trump is trying to restrain himself. >> got to be nice and cool, nice and cool. stay on point, donald, stay on point. >> what would it be like to have a president who pits people against each other? we really don't have to guess. everything he has said and done. >> daniel: melania hitting the campaign trail and host event in pennsylvania focused on women and children and campaign says she will speak about the story and both sides preparing for big push in new hampshire. ivanka trump will be in manchester later today and donald trump himself will be in atkinson tomorrow and manchester tomorrow. president obama will stump for hitry in new hampshire monday
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dartmouth college tomorrow. in the newsroom this morning, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sara: market price for ad during world series is $500,000. the campaigns paid less. and new this hour gap has closed in new hampshire. by a single point according to their poll and that's well within the survey margin of error but still the first time the republican has led in the state in months. good news for republicans and senate race as well and incumbent kelly ayotte six-point lead over democratic challenger, new hampshire governor maggie hassan. that race is considered key in determining which party will control the u.s. senate. fox25 has you covered with everything you need to know.
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on tuesday. join us beginning at 4:00 p.m. and stick with us throughout the night. we will have the results on both the presidential and local races as well as the hotly contested ballot questions. >> catherine: look at drive times pike 22 minutes, route 9 jammed up 128 minutes and to the weston tolls. still over an hour, hour and four minutes. shiri? >> shiri: very little rain expected in southeastern mass and warm location and showers boston and worcester but the wettest spot of all, southern new hampshire also my coolest town by town look at what to plan around is ahead in about ten. >> changing coming to notoriously dangerous and busy intersection. happening today the new rules on the road in cambridge to stop
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ingbritt: 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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canton to boston and impact more than 700 employees, many of which the company says already live in boston and reebok parent company adidas and move to attract younger consumers and adidas plans to put the canton campus on the market when the move is complete. gene: there could be conflict of interest to bring back late night "t" service in boston. according to officer owns a stake in bridge. he was hired by the "t" in february and they say he has no
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>> putting out wrap that says one a wonderful world and here is front page of the chicago tribune with a simple at last. >> sara: perhaps no cubs fan enjoyed the victory more than one woman in new hampshire. she is 108 years old and fox25 jim morelli was with her until final out and how 108 years of baseball heartbreak finally ended.
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>> long time ago. here and now and game seven of the world series beloved cub are one game away from the clinch. for cubs fans the outcome never certain until hand-in-hand fused together by fate. tonight nobody knows that better than hazel. >> never lost faith in cubs. win or lose i love them. >> reporter: hazel hopes to come back next fall when she is certain the cubs will be going back-to-back world series wins.
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>> gene: someone contact theo epstein to get her a ring or something. >> sara: she deserves it. baseball and great attitude. >> gene: she has them. good for her and good for all cubs fans this morning. >> catherine: great she got to see the 128 jammed up in lexington and waltham and also down 93 jammed up in medford and somerville, accidents here too, bridge northbound, exit right there near hancock street and still on the map and 95 northbound right before 128, still backed up past walpole at that point and coming up here this is 495 north is stalled truck right there route 3 and are jammed up coming down route 3 too, just after you comcast lowell there. take look at drive times on pike
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minutes on expressway 32 minutes. 128 from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. still over an hour, hour and three minutes. shiri, maybe not sunny skies for most people out there this morning. a little bit of drizzly drive perhaps. >> shiri: blast early morning showers and seven 'em hours and nashua, new hampshire, keene, new hampshire getting more and continued drizzle. 49 in manchester, new hampshire. just want to take you out to manchester for a moment here where we have a lot of clouds, still going to have drizzle redeveloping so even if it is dry right now and take all the
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showers, that does continue until 2:00 this afternoon and wrapping up by 4:00 this afternoon and because of the clouds and drizzle we have tough time warming up there so find temperatures only in the middle 50s, up into southern new hampshire, north shore and lawrence at 57? and we got boston at 60, 59 in worcester, then we get into the warmer spots today with plymouth and norwood at 65? and even 67 in new bedford. look at how the showers come together though. through about noon time you c see focus of rain, up over the border into new hampshire, boston mostly dry the rest of the morning and potential of stray sprinkle and moves through boston and -- arrives through worcester and boston between one and 2:00 p.m. and after that we have scattered showers that we are getting through during the afternoon. not going to be raining at all times, not going to impact every town and city, further south you are, the better chance of actually passing on these showers but i want you to be
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to be wet, there will be showers out there for that drive home from work later today. it is long gone between seven and 8:00 p.m. we are done with the showers, drying out, we start tomorrow with the few clouds and then it is cool and breezy and clearing as we get into the afternoon. 7-day forecast with the weekend always in view has high of 55 tomorrow 51 on saturday, partly cloudy. few more clouds around on sunday with high only 49, turning those clocks back though for sunday morning which means the sun will set at about 4:30 for the second half of the weekend. now. >> sara: thousands of gifts destroyed in massive fire in the
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massachusetts' newspapers rarely agree, but they do on question 2. they agree opponents have run a "campaign of misinformation" to spread "fear through white, affluent neighborhoods." they agree in the suburbs question 2 will have "no impact on their schools and their children." they agree it will provide vital "choices for urban parents" and help reduce "the achievement gap." question 2 is "a kid's civil right." join leading newspapers and governor baker
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>> sara: 1200 pipeline and
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burial ground and will take several weeks until it is finished. he urged both sides to show restraint and remain peaceful. >> gene: safety regulators want cars equipped with dangerous takata airbags are revealed. honda needs to come up with ways to fix the cars. he suggested private investigators to track down owners or taking service trucks into neighborhoods to make repairs on the spot 300,000 respondas an airbags which have a 50% chance of rupturing on the crash. this morning uber taking ride hailing app down a new road. redesigned in four years and intended to make the process requesting ride fast and her now you can request ride to track down friends and sets you up a ride to take you there and even bigger change up front pricing
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prayer spoke for children and mckenna won grammy erika this year and stars like faith hill and hunter >> shiri: showers impact the evening commute and find the greatest impact when i'm back in
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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 for the content of this advertising. >> gene: yesterday temperaturewise was spectacular.
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this. >> essentially very similar temperatures today. it is going to end up being wetter out there. got some areas struggling, area include northern mass and southern new hampshire. see that the 50s go basically all the way up to the border with mostly dry conditions, a little bit of sprinkle over cape ann right now and portsmouth, new hampshire over to dover, we got the rain. that's going to be an area and southern new hampshire where rain is on and off today, boston 53 and just clouds, worcester 52. i am keeping close eye on little batch of sprinkles and toward you but lose a lot of steam as it approaches. right now southeastern massachusetts hit in the middle 50s in spots like sandwich up to plymouth and we are dealing with partly to moestly cloudy skies, couple breaks in clouds that way and that's going to be the dryer spot today. in the boston area we got 57? here at 10:00 a.m. i will keep things dry and mostly cloudy. noon time we got a lot of lingering clouds. 58? and chance for rain really starts to go up again once we
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from school at 3:00 p.m., rain gear, of course, a good idea. hopefully they went to school with it. if not maybe meet them at the bus stop and latest timeline with future cast and walk you through hour-by-hour and coming up at 10:00. catherine back with live drive time traffic. >> catherine: 93 medford and somerville and also on expressway and we have this too. looks like it is on the expressway. it is not. it is near it neponset northbound and accident at hancock street and still on map 95 northbound right before 128 that accident and you're backed up past walpole at this point. jammed in pockets. here are live drive times for you. the pike 50 minutes, expressway from the split to the pike 34 minutes, 93 from 495 to leverett connector. going to take you about 46 minutes right now. sara, over to you. >> sara: all right. mass pike toll demolition has been going well so far, but another major project happening
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headaches. fox25 michael henrich was high above 128 in sky fox this morning and sent us this report before he landed. >> michael: we will keep close eye on situation throughout the weekend. right now keeping close eye on it from sky fox here. let's take a look at highland avenue area of 128. 19a and b and that bridge connects needham and newton. look at bridge on bottom of the however, the old one needs to come down and massdot says it is not safe to have traffic going underneath the bridges when they were removing the final pieces as part of the adlane project. so starting tomorrow night through sunday evening the northbound and southbound lane will be completely blocked off at different times, meaning cars are going to have to detour up and then back on that 19 exit. if you need to go across from
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bridges just south of that highland avenue area and website at fox25boston.com. for now though i'm reporting up in sky fox over needham i'm michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: happening today changes coming toin man square at two cyclist that know full well how dangerous the intersection can be. >> sarah: >> jason: talked about the changes at intersection and motorcyclists new signs of intersection letting them know they can no longer make a left-hand turn. yesterday three left-hand turns at intersection, perfectly legal but starting today they are now illegal. let's break it down and show you
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the configuration of the intersection. hampshire street northbound to cambridge street westbound also illegal and westbound on cambridge street to antrim street southbound and talked to intersection notoriously dangerous. >> what brits call acidsy, sorry i didn't see you mate. car turning right and i'm here i can end up on passenger door. >> straight totally fine and get off bike and walk across.
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cyclists have been calling for changes here in cambridge after two deaths in last six months and amanda phillips hit by truck right here in the intersection and right here last month a few blocks away and very popular through cambridge and also very dangerous and city will monitor the changes at intersection which begin today to see how it affects not only traffic in the intersection and surrounding streets as well. >> sara: walking down galavant boulevard when driver hit woman and last check the woman was in critical condition examine driver was not facing any charges. sara: former substance abuse counselor killed in horrific crash and police say driver was high on drugs. this was scene on tuesday on
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new hampshire. police say blew through a stop sign hitting a car head on and pushing that car into the car where charlene but shack was a passenger. she was killed. this morning her best friend was heartbroken >> gene: eight church 37 this morning and home invasion in sterling and 70-year-old woman three minutes toun tie herself and call police after she was found inside her home on tuesday and also hearing her call 911 to
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>> i have been robbed by three men and they have taken off with my 2,004 black deville and probably heading for the expressway. i don't know but they haven't been gone long. >> gene: police do not believe this was a random attack. >> sar citizens trying to clean up. called themselves operation arc angels and removed dirty needles from parks and playground. a 12-year-old daughter stumbled upon a pile of needles while she was playing in park near elementary school. >> when my daughter showed me needles i was angry. >> i know it is not a good pleasant thing people do aren't here.
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received some encouragement to police officers. >> gene: firefighters in chelsea claim they don't have enough manpower to keep the city safe. union representing the fire fighters say there are understaffed and that became apparent at fire in 2014. six homes went up in flames and department did not have enough resources to fight them all. >> didn't have manpower to fight the fire in the house and i remember the owner coming up to burning and i said as soon as i have somebody here, you know, we will do what we can. >> gene: city leaders agree they are understaffed and hire two more firefighters this spring. thousands of gifts and toys destroyed in fire on the cape will be replaced in time for christmas. toys for tots pledged to replenish all the gifts for the cape cod military foundation. last week fire destroyed the building where the toys and
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foundation donates christmas presents to about 800 families every year. new england christmas tree growers say the drought has not slowed down this year's crop. that's because the mature trees established roots which can still grow and doesn't matter on dry days. they will be fine. instead farmers say the problems comes with newly planted trees that don't have those deep roots. they tried hand watering some of the trees but some farms still lost up to >> catherine: drive times still in the red, 128 to the tobin bridge take you over half hour, 93 from 495 to leverett connector about 45 minutes and 128 from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. finally under an hour. but not by much. 55 minutes. shiri? >> shiri: i got mostly cloudy skies in boston and should stay dry the next several hours. right now 53? by 9:00 a.m. 56 and 10:00 a.m. temperatures in the upper 50s here.
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of showers and impact it will have on the evening commute when i'm back in ten. >> sara: learning a lot more about the man police say shot and killed two of their own. coming up next after the break. the confrontation that he had a few weeks ago that could have led to the deadly shooting. as we kelly ayotte: thanks, buddy. kelly (voiceover): i'm kelly ayotte. e that plays dirty -- throwing millions in false, negative ads... i'm out here knocking down every lie... because new hampshire deserves better. that's why i'm batting for good-paying jobs, to protect social security and medicare... ...and help families pay for college... i approved this message because no matter what they're throwing at me...
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e. 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 for the content of this advertising. interviewer: what would stop you from voting this november? woman 1: working late. woman 2: no babysitter. william f. galvin: for the first time ever we have early voting. if you're registered, you can vote any day between october 24th and november 4th. avoid election day lines -- vote on your schedule. man 1: wow, that helps! william f galvin: early voting is easy voting. interviewer: so what do you think? woman 2: it' a timesaver. i love it. william f. galvin: it's easier than ever for you to vote.
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>> sara: british high court members of parliament will have to vote on brexit. parliament has to have a say whether to leave the european union. teresa may plans article fifth d in march allowing u.k. to start the process.
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permission to take the actions. british citizens voted in favor of brexit in june. >> gene: boston police urging officers to stay vigilant following deadly ambush of two officers in iowa and comes moor as suspect's troubled past. daniel miller joins us with videos that that suspect posted online. >> daniel: man suspected of shooting and killing two iowa police officers as they set in a patrol cars has had several run-ins with police in the past. one of them was last month. this is pic scott michael green holding confederate flag and u.s. flag. this is light before he was asked to leave a high school football game. after being asked to leave the game green posted a video on youtube of confrontation with police. take a listen. >> asking you to least. >> have i committed a crime? >> from the get-go been recorded, sir.
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>> on school property. >> daniel: officers were from urban dale, iowa where one of the officers was from and two officers were killed, justin martin and sergeant tony minimo and no local links to the attacks. bpd urging officers to remain vigilant following deadly ambush. daniel miller, >> bill cosby's attorneys asking a judge to throw out the sexual conduct against the combed am and sexual assault charges with temple employee in 2004. cosby's attorneys are trying to block testimony that he gave in the sexual battery and defamation lawsuit. they cite the length of time saying any testimony would be inaccurate because of errors in
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after doing a body shot off one of the players and coaches apparently licking something out of the player's belly button. the coach's attorney says the shot wasn't alcohol but rather maple syrup and student won a pancake award for having the most blocks in game in october. one parent says she thinks the school may be being too harsh on the coach. >> i think it is inappropriate and i think the kid had say in fun. >> gene: school says they take all allegations against the staff seriously. they are currently investigating the incident. >> catherine: traffic doing on thursday morning and roads jammed up 128 to lexington waltham, 93 from medford and somerville, expressway in usual stretch and couple incidents too. this is the o'neill tunnel northbound and summer street and also over here route 30 comm ave
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a close eye on that one and i just want to shift up a little bit because this is new accident 93 northbound, accident before concord street, in the wilmington area, however, 93 going south. that is jammed up right now. look at drive times south of the city route 319 minutes, 24, 29 minutes and then 95 from 495 to 128 which will take you 27 minutes right now and, shiri, bit of gray start of the day depending where you are. >> shiri: rain not bad thing and drought that nicely this just updated this morning about 18 minutes ago and only get once a week update, huge improvement over southeastern massachusetts with drought conditions. still moderate drought for much of the area and extreme drought has dropped another 10% in aerial coverage, so i like it. moving in the right direction. today's rain going to help and ton of rain in 7-day forecast and looking at up to half inch of rain in southern new hampshire and up to about quarter inch of rain here in
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very much out of this one today. going to tend to be a little warmer, dryer there, closer to the front cooler and wetter so that would be northern mass, southern new hampshire, those are my spots here and see that at noon time, that's where we got the scattered shower potential boston worcester looking dry and mostly cloud and he another wave of showers coming through starting at one and two between worcester and boston and what you will find is it is not raining all afternoon but we get some occasional showers blasting through. these will continue through about the evening after that we are going to start that clearing process. so temperatures today about 60? this afternoon in boston, 59 in worcester, i mention brighter and warmer there you have it 65 in plymouth and norwood, 67 in new bedford and only middle 50s in southern new hampshire lawrence 57? and obviously not as warm for you guys, tomorrow highs right around 50? so we are
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and breezy day, gusts between 20 and 30 miles per hour in the afternoon and talking a lot about wind chill i expect tomorrow morning and 7-day forecast with weekend always in view has today at 64, middle 50s tomorrow with developing rain and 51? and brighter come sunday with few around and sun goes down at 4:30 in the afternoon and most of next week looking dry for now and end up being tuesday night into wednesday. back to you. >> gene: boston food trucks may be forced to display report cards. new proposal to put health inspection result on display for
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>> catherine: getting ready for milder temperatures. we like that part. showers says it is all about location. fox25 stormtracker weather center with which areas could

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