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>> michael: latest poll telling us how the race going so far. >> sara: student shows off pistol at the playground. >> these are little kids pre-k to fourth grade. what are they doing. >> startling diagnosis this former patriot player that could be a game changer for playing youth football. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: good morning, hope your morning off to a great start, i'm gene lavanchy. >> sara: i'm sara underwood. we are saying good-bye to the warm weather. sorry about that. chillier temps move in for the weekend. fox 25 meteorologist shiri spear is the stormtracker weather center where temperatures are
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from where they were yesterday, what they have right now, ton of 40s to get you out the door this morning. 48 in boston, 46 in lawrence, 45 in norwood, nice and clear there, get into a few more clouds out toward worcester and middle 40s. everybody stays dry. here is your hour-by-hour forecast. this is for waltham this morning at 9:00 a.m. 49? and 11:00 a.m. slide into the lower 50s and highs today mid-50s with sunshine at wind this afternoon and going to fall cooler than we saw of the temperatures here yesterday. i got an even cooler on the way and talk more about ten minutes. don't go anywhere and julie up with live drive time traffic and major issues on 93. >> julie: breaking news live pictures from sky fox over 93 northbound right before route 62. we have a fuel spill from earlier truck crash but check out the volume. it is just jampacked right now. those are all brake lights for
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want to zoom in a little bit closer. you could see those delays on 93 north stretching back to 129. southbound commuters seeing delays past route 62. however, i'm not seeing people using any of the side roads yet to hop off and get back on to avoid that accident site -- the fuel spill rather that they are still working to clean up. as we shift slightly south things slowing 128 woburn and 93 south through medford. live driv route 1, 25 minutes on the expressway as you approach the exit for the pike. still half hour on 93 south, that's in the segment northbound from the leverett connector up to 495. back to you. >> gene: this morning police are peacing together a deadly accident that shut down all
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>> sara: final weekend before like the primaries new hampshire is battle ground. new polls show a very tight race. fox25 michael henrich live in atkinson where donald trump will hold a rally today before the clinton calvary arrives this weekend, michael. >> michael: yes, indeed. going to be a very busy weekend for new hampshire. something that the granite state is pretty used to but the general election a few days away and candidates both making way here. donald trump will make the way here multiple times before all is said and done.
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this latest poll just out yesterday afternoon from suffolk university showing that the donald trump and hillary clinton are now officially tied here in new hampshire. 42% each in this four-way race. now, this poll was taken entirely after fbi director letter to congress last week about the clinton e-mail investigation. that's just about when clinton saw her lead disappear. her support in this poll drops two points since the suffolk university. it must be noted trump's numbers didn't actually right to create this tie. both candidates in the carolinas yesterday. let's hear from them. >> we know hillary can't be trusted. we learned that. with america's security, take look at e-mail situation. can we trust her with our security? >> it is about who we are, what we want, what we are going to do
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at this time in our history. >> so once again the race to 270 will likely include new hampshire's four electric terminal -- electoral votes. donald trump rally will start in noon. we will be back in manchester on monday, hillary clinton will campaign in manchester on sunday, sending her daughter chelsea to the and very busy weekend for granite staters ahead. michael henrich, fox25 news. >> sara: this is the final day for early voting in massachusetts and state officials say if you're planning on voting today, make sure to check what time the polls close in your town. towns were allowed to set their own hours and many have hot days on friday. secretary of state bill galvin says she ask some towns to extend the hours and some have so far more than 800,000 people
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number could surpass a million. we are four days away from election day. this tuesday stay with fox 25 throughout the night. we will have complete coverage online and on air beginning at 4:00 p.m. >> gene: 7:07 this morning. father of third grader facing charges but the gun did not belong to him. the eight-year-old brought the pistol to lowell, pulled it out of backpack after school and sh the boy claims he thought it was a toy. he told police he found the gun in a box that belonged to a relative -p the relative's home had burned in a fire. and the boy's family was holding on to some of their belongings. parents at the boy's school were upset about what happened. >> when i heard it was a gun, my heart went down to the ground. all i could picture was school being shot up and my grand babies are there and they are my life. >> gene: we reached out to the
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trying to convince a jury he shouldn't die for what he did. confession of convicted killer gary lee sampson was played in court yesterday. sampson is back in court five years after the death sentence was thrown out on a technicality. his attorneys are trying to connect his killing spree to a brain injury that he suffered when he fell down the stairs at four years old. the government says his police confession shows just how calculated he was. >> stabbed in the lung, in the chest and the throat, went down to the ground, i slit his throat. why? i do not know. >> sara: sampson was convicted in 2003 of three. once the case is over the jury will once again decide to sentence sampson to death.
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that shot two boston police officers only knew him for a few hours. jonathan lott told the herald he met curt figueroa when met for interview. he says it is not his fault if he lied during the interview. it is exactly what happened. figueroa charged for imimpersonating an officer. it is not uncommon to meet interviewers at meet applic >> sara: mbta fighting against sexual harassment to keep riders safe. the "t" teamed up with the rain crisis center and other groups. as part of the campaign hundreds of signs have been posted and post cards handed out to help raise awareness. their goal is to improve passenger safety and encourage victims and riders to report incidents. >> one person victimized is one too many. many survivors of these sexual
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blamed, not being believed. >> the campaign launched yesterday and will run through february. >> sara: more "t" riders complaining about dirty stations. dozens of janitors laid off in september and since then complaints about trash, bad smells, dirty floors and overflowing trash cans jumped by 50%. the remaining workers simply can't keep up with the workload. the "t" says it cleanliness and complaints represent a small fraction of its daily riders. >> gene: traveling route 128, you may want to skip altogether if you can. mass dot will close part of the highway to highland avenue bridge. here is what you need to know about the project. exit 19 and starting tonight at eight. the northbound side will be closed. span three hours tomorrow night both sides of the highway will be shut down and then starting
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closed. so take it slow, look for detours, mass dot says the project should wrap up by sunday afternoon. two words for that, julie, driving 128 alternate routes. >> julie: i was going to say stay home. we are still over the fuel spill that we have been covering for you. it is on 93 northbound before route 62. however, the only i guess a little bit of good news drive time still leverett connector up to 495. shiri? >> shiri: check back with you in ten, julie. right now i got temperatures in the 40s, sun about to come up. as it does you will find conditions pretty bright, especially this afternoon. bright and breezy and temperatures in the 50s as you come home from work. i will show you when to plan around 20s and when we got flurries this weekend coming up. >> gene: 7:11. lights go out on vegas strip
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problem at thousands casino trapped several people inside hotel elevators. >> daniel: shocking new -- research here in boston and shedding light 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.
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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 vote yes on question 2. 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... 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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hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me." go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of
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>> gene: researchers at b.u. calling game change and her playing football at five old. >> daniel: played with patriots for three seasons, later with the eagles and died earlier this year from what doctors initially thought was als. turner donated his brain to b.u. medical teams and they determined his death was not caused by als but rather the result of repeated head trauma
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>> spinal cord showing at 46 at cte. >> daniel: findings led to moments of palatable motion as they were detailed. >> raymond and >> reflecting on life choice that dramatically altered kevin ace fate. >> can destroy a brain the way
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>> we have to get out of the recruiting five-year-old and no safe way to hit child in head 500 times a year. >> clearest indication cte can cause the same motor neuron disease that shows up in als patients. kevin turner was in lead plaintiff in lawsuit against the nfl and not so much about the money but letting parents know the dange julie. >> gene: it wasn't just turner. >> daniel: 17 other players had als and turned out to be c cte. >> sara: newly discovered viral mutation why so many infected with ebola in africa. the mutation sits at the top of the virus making it easier for
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found in hiv when they discovered a similar type of protein in the most dominant form of the ebola virus. the outbreak infected more than 28,000 people in west africa. >> julie: have one lane blocked as northbound lanes and truck over on the right-hand shoulder. so things starting to look a little bit better on 93 northbound. southbound riders and drivers though a little bit slow there and tapping the breaks to see what exactly is going on. as we shift slightly southbound things slow going on the braintree split to columbia road. here are live drive times, 37 minutes on pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. half hour on expressway, almost an hour on 93 southbound from
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meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. shiri, you're saying sorry, no more 60s, but things will be nice and bright out there. >> shiri: 60s aren't expected this time of year so not exactly a shock but temperatures well below average here into the weekend, plus today we got wind gusting 20, 30 miles per hour which adds extra chill to the air and remember clocks fall back this sunday morning which means gain an extra hour of sleep but also means the sunset here on sunday evening is 4:30 and that's going to take some adjusting. clear skies in boston, 48? and lawrence at 46, norwood at 45. so dressing for the 40s, so not too cold this morning, just a little bit cool out there, the wind not too active yet but now that the sun is coming up, wind will be strengthening and tell gusts that we are dealing with late-morning through the afternoon. so by 9:00 a.m. 48?, 11:00 a.m. this goes for norwood, 53, got highs today in the mid to upper 50s. we got a lot of afternoon sun.
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would be the cape or may end up with ocean effect clouds anywhere hyannis eastward. temperature in the mid-50s boston, over to worcester at 50?, manchester, new hampshire 51 and 57 though in norwood, 59? in new bedford. you can compare that to the 70 degree reading that we had out of new bedford yesterday, so it is at least ten? cooler here this afternoon. tomorrow ton of 50s on the map for highs and beverly and boston and plymouth, over to then we start losing some heat on sunday. so sunday ends up being the cooler afternoon. this is how future cast breaks down today and brighten up and turn breezy this afternoon and pretty easy going with no temperatures out there and potential for a quick flurry or quick sprinkle saturday morning. don't want to overtalk it because it is a very slight risk out there and don't want you to be surprised if any activity will be incredibly patchy here on saturday, most of the weekend
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partly cloudy and same deal here on sunday. sunday though best bet for any kind of sprinkle would be along the coastline. going to be a little bit brighter further inland. just updated this, went through foliage reports, looks like a lot of color north and west of boston kind of past at this point, best bet for color, eastern in particular, southeastern massachusetts, 7-day forecast now with the weekend always in view and weekend is going to be chilly. wake up temperatures 20s and 30s, highs only around 50, we got sun and 54 on monday and the next chance of showers here on wednesday. gene, back over to you. >> gene: first time since the infamous rnc speech melania trump is heading the campaign trail. what the platform will be if she were to be first lady. gene: in south carolina a woman was chained up like a dog
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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. i can do... anything. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte, kate: and i'm kate. kelly & kate: and we approved this message. vo: ending funding for planned parenthood. taking away our right to choose. restricting our health care choices. this is senator kelly ayotte's record. ayotte voted six times to end funding for planned parenthood - putting access to birth control and cancer screenings at risk. and she supports overturning roe v. wade.
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woman 2: voters definitely cannot trust kelly ayotte. vo: senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. 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. we've got to stop taking from the 96 percent of kids who don't if you believe every child deserves a great public
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>> gene: missing woman found alive after chained up like a dog since august.
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woodruff, south carolina in the northwestern part of the state. deputies say they were responding to tip from neighbor who heard banging coming from the container. police say they are relieved she is okay. >> this is stuff you see in the movies, no question about it, and can't say enough about how the investigators are and how good god has been to us for letting us find this lady alive. >> gene: man that owns the property is named and arrested. kayla disappeared august 30th august 30th with her boyfriend who is still missing. a massive investigation now underway to find more victims. kayla reportedly told police as many as four bodies may have been burned on the property. police fear that they could be investigating a serial killer. more details on suspect's background. online website shows 27-year-old colhelp is real estate agent and
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crime scene that he owned and reveal he had a darker side and he was charged with kidnapping and sexual assaulting a girl that was 14. >> sara: las vegas residents forced out of hotel. 11 people had to be investigated at paris after a backup generators failed to kick in following a blackout. a contractor cut into the main power line causing the outage. guests were forced to leave behind contents. >> my wedding dress is there. >> neighboring casinos have been offering food and drinks to the evacuees. hotel says it is waiting for all clear from fire officials to allow the guests back inside. >> shiri: today back to reality and 50s on tap this afternoon and wait until you see
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weekend next. >> c 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 ou.
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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"
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join leading newspapers and governor baker in voting yes on 2. joanne: she's not fooling me. britt: kelly ayotte sides with the special interests. and governor baker 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. vo: senate majority pac is responsible
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complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> sara: next at 7:30, blue skies right there. we got a big cooldown for the weekend. going to feel a lot like november because it is november. >> gene: it should. as it goes. meteorologist shiri spear and fox25 stormtracker weather center and, shiri, a little bit off topic here and kept noticing, not because it is so dry but leaves are hanging out of the trees a lot longer. >> shiri: they are. the amount of leaves that have actually fallen much greater in southern new hampshire and eastern mass, waking up to sunshine, by the way, a little patchy cloud cover out there for inland towns and cities, looking very good, feeling kind of cool, 48? in boston now, 46 in lawrence, 45 in norwood, 50 in hyannis. hello, warm spot. chilly spot would be nashua, new hampshire, 38? right now. here is forecast today and you can see temperatures at 49? at 9:00 a.m. in boston, we do have a few clouds passing through but it turns mostly sunny again by
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sitting around the mid-50s for kids coming home from school and 40s back here for friday night plans. actually going to take you hour-by-hour straight into the weekend with future cast and back with you in about ten. julie grauert now with live drive time traffic and information on the "t". >> julie: moderate southbound delays jfk to ashmont braintree because of disabled train at park street. out to the live pictures sky fox over 93 northbound spill before route 62 and right-hand shoulder and far right-hand lane blocked and however for drivers on 93 north, things looking a little bit better. 93 south still heavy steady volume that's tip to the normal morning commute. as we shift a little bit closer into boston route 1 is backing up as you propose the tobin. here are live drive times, 23 minutes on route 1, 50 minutes on 93 south about 50 minutes on 128 southbound from peabody to
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back to you. >> gene: presidential candidates swinging through new hampshire. new poll shows donald trump and hillary clinton are now neck and neck in the granite states. >> sara: important senate race also too close to call. michael henrich live in atkinson, new hampshire where donald trump holding a rally at noon today. good morning. >> michael: sun up and see bunch of trump supporte on-site as far as the last two polls that came out yesterday afternoon, trump and hillary clinton are statistically tied here in the granite state after clinton's lead disappeared in the last week or so.
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>> michael: suffolk university poll has it just as close and ayotte up by two points, 44% to 42%. so regardless of the one point up, two points down and all within the margin of error and considered a tie and we only going back to the other statistical tie, the presidential race, a lot of candidates and surrogates will be in town the next several days. trump will be here today and manchester on monday. hillary clinton will be in manchester sunday. her daughter will be in state tomorrow and president obama will stump for clinton on monday at unh. busy few days ahead of us all. live in atkinson, michael henrich, fox25 news.
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campaign trail laying out her vision what she would do as first lady. she would combat online bullying and advocate for women and children. it was her first public speech since the convention and she says the nation as a whole needs to make a change. >> our culture has gotten too mean and too rough. we have to find a better way to talk to each other to disagree with each other, to accept each while she called to end to bullying she never addressed her own husband's remark to women on speeches and social media. hillary clinton's campaign is getting another dose of star power. several news reports say that beyonce will take the stage in cleveland today at get out the vote concert. clinton campaign not commenting on rumors of beyonce's appearance. clinton using concert as effort
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election day and tuesday stay with fox25 for coverage throughout the day and night. complete coverage online and on air and starting at 4:00 p.m. >> sara: we told you about comic book artist that disappeared in the cayman islands. police assumed he he didn't show up but $10,000 reward giving hope to his sister and chief of police, one of his childhood friends. both say they want answers. >> we are looking for closure. >> think he is the victim of foul play? >> i don't know what happens to him and a a lot of unanswered questions that need to be answered. >> sara: fbi says they are looking for information about
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for the men's soccer team. school's president says, catherine, that they have a zero tolerance policy this type of stuff. >> catherine: university does say the decision to cancel the rest of the men's soccer team season, it is a serious decision and reflects the university's view and this behavior unacceptable. the program or who started the website. however, it is still embarrassing. >> catherine: decision that has harvard university students talking and amid disturbing allegations. >> value that the college tries to exemplify a lot of things that it does and message it tries to create overall, it is definitely unfortunate. >> catherine: university says it has learned the men's soccer
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soccer players by the looks. the harvard crimson newspaper first reported last month it allegedly started with the 2012 men's team and fox25 learned it has continued. >> not something ever been done but it is kind of embarrassing in that regard. >> catherine: showing team playing cornell earlier this season and isn't without consequence had the team this saturday's game they would have been headed to tournament and had been first in the league. in statement harvard's president says i was deeply distressed the appalling actions were not isolated to one year or actions to few individuals. >> i'm not sure every player on the time played whole role in it but that's the way it is. nothing else that could be done. >> catherine: other students shared the sentiment and important about what harvard does moving forward from all of
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plans to educate student athletes more when it comes to topics like this, particularly those athletes on the men's soccer team. i'm here at harvard university, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> sara: alarming accusations against northeastern university. new lawsuit accusing the school failing to protect students, especially victims of rape. morgan healthman northeastern student. 21-year-old from new jersey says she was raped by classmate after a party in 2013. reported what happened to campus police but other student was not prosecuted. he was also not expelled from school and was allowed to keep living in the same dorm as healthman. the school's investigation made her feel victimized again. >> the questions they asked me were completely inappropriate and, you know, think about it. now is just -- can't believe other people have to go through
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misrepresents number of sexual assaults on campus and fails to follow state and federal laws about reporting crimes. northeastern says they cannot comment because they have not served the complaint and student's safety is the top priority. suffolk county prosecutors also won't comment on any criminal investigation related to this case. >> gene: mother of student that died of heroin says she is suing because they did not help her son's addiction. when he was found with the drug they asked him to be informant and take down dealers. 2013 he was found dead in dorm room following overdose and told her about the addiction that his death could have been prevented. >> sara: new hampshire's couple with the army reserve is over and they won. we told but captain shane morgan a few weeks ago. nearly a year ago captain morgan
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push-up at fort devens. initially they ruled the heart attack was not in line of duty and refused to pay medical bills and now we are happy to report the decision has been reversed. >> past year living under the cloud and now all of a sudden feels like we are free. >> sara: captain morgan says the medical bills total over $100,000 and they will be covered by private insurance. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. good morning, everyone. 93 south right now, 48 minutes as you head from 495 in andover down to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: dressing for the 40s right now, about 43?, the warm-up takes off after 8:00 a.m. and have partly cloudy conditions for a little while here. i will show what you kind of winds and temperatures we are looking at, not just for friday but for the weekend when i'm
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>> gene: reebok lacing up sneakers. gene: it is a vo: ending funding for planned parenthood. taking away our right to choose. restricting our health care choices. this is senator kelly ayotte's record. ayotte voted six times to end funding for planned parenthood - putting access to birth control and cancer screenings at risk.
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but it's just an act. woman 2: voters definitely cannot trust kelly ayotte. vo: senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. "i don't remember."
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>> sara: disgusting brown water coming from taps. residents say it is a problem and off for nearly a decade. fox25 daniel miller joins us with a problem and push to get this fixed now, daniel. >> daniel: full of iron and manganese. the water department has to come out to flush the nearby hydrants to clean out the gunk. >> never know what you're going
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>> daniel: comes through people's toilets, faucets and washing machines and people that live in norton are fed up. shelly christie, away of fox25 employee has two kids and with no usable water at home. >> can't give them baths tonight, brush teeth with bottled water and wash laundry glad these days happening more than once a week. >> not having incident occur. >> daniel: water authorities say the goal have a water treatment plant built to filter out the metals and plan for the facility may have connections to the wampanoag indian tribe.
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>> daniel: happened in the spring of next year and be another 18 months before it is in operation. newsroom, fox25 >> gene: nine water fountains and 71 sinks shut down finding lead above the state's threshold. the sinks have signs on them warning they should only be used for washing hands and not drinking water. the city says the sinks and fountains will be fixed within a few months. >> julie: 7:46 and earlier
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being cleared out, not as much as problem any more. a little bit of volume still backing up. but not major issue. as we shift slightly southbound pike moving along fine 495 to 128 and into the allston-brighton area. even with the toll work and demolition going on there, nothing slowing you down. expressway slow going from the braintree split up to right past the gas tank and you could see very bright out there, so grab the sunglasses, especially if heading eastbound for the solar minutes pike eastbound to mass ave. 51 minutes on 93 south from andover down to the leverett connector. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. shiri, you're saying the temperatures we will be feel today are about average. >> shiri: normal to be in the 50s, not 60s and fall back and turn clock before you go to bed on saturday and sun comes up
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of course, today hour ahead of all of that -- hour later than all of that because we haven't changed the clocks back, so sun sets today around 5:30. we got a little front coming through, very weak, going to stir up clouds, future cast as we travel through the day going to have some mostly sunny skies here at 10:00 a.m. notice that we have some clouds around. we clear them out for the afternoon, bright, breezy, exception over the cape and islands where we could see couple lingering ocean effect clouds. temperatures today, this is these are normal. mid-50s in brookline, boston up to beverly, 53 in lawrence, 54 in maynard. i got 56 in foxborough, lower 50s out in worcester today. and only about 52? in nashua, new hampshire. we get down to the south shore here in the mid-50s, continue down through plymouth, 57 in bridgewater and 54 in hyannis. future cast though for the weekend has the slight risk of drizzle or flurries tomorrow morning. you can see i got this one tiny
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i want you to be aware slight chance around it tomorrow. the bulk of the weekend though looking like this and on and off clouds both saturday and sunday, few disturbances coming across the area and that's what's going to hold the clouds in place. on sunday though better bet for clouds and even a quick sprinkle along the coastline, further inland and brighter it will be and weekend high temperatures start in the lower 50s in concord, boston, hyannis, over hartford, connecticut and then we drop a couple degrees as we shift into your sund cooler day, cloudier as well, 7-day forecast with weekend always in view after 56 which is normal. today we sink to the below average temperatures over the weekend. wake-up temperatures in the 20s and 30s and i got sun monday and tuesday of next week. and the chance for showers coming back once we hit about
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? ? >> gene: tranquilizer. christmas tree arrived yesterday and cut for this year's celebration 85 feet tall and decorated with more than 30,000 likes. the tree will go up a little more than gene: coming up at 8:00 why indians fan decided to
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joanne: she's not fooling me. britt: kelly ayotte sides with the special interests.
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ost 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. >> gene: blind sided news about reebok move to boston in the new year. they tell fox25 they learned of plan from a security guard. reebok been in canton for 16 years and joining converse and
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location for the new home. mayor marty walsh calls the latest edition a big win for the city. >> excited about reebok coming in. i had a conversation with them a few days ago and excited about the potential opportunity coming into the city of boston. >> gene: 950 employees at canton headquarters and 650 of those employees are moving to the new location. the rest transfer out of state or be laid off. millennials at heart of the move and sneaker company wants to be cvs announced sitting -- cutting 600 jobs and 250 of the positions are in rhode island. woonsocket says they are working with department of labor and training for affected employees. governor gina is it is possible a lot of workers will be able to find new positions at cvs. pharmaceutical chain plans to
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gene: julian edelman sells specialized gear and detailing long historic legacy of retail ownership. >> started with great great grandfather who owned a trading company with three half nickels and bucket hard work was with his son who in turn opened own business which manufactured and sold top hats sparking edelman hat craze
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>> sara: theme of favorite book diary of wimpy kid and when mom posted them to the blog they went viral catching attention that penned the series. very first copy of new book as a special present. >> had to enjoy it before anybody else did. >> sara: didn't end there. gave virtual tour of the studio and call each other bff's. what impact. >> gene: 7:56.
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and hear from the officer's sister that says the whole thing being blown out of proportion. >> shiri: mid-50s back today and colder and hour-by-hour look at future cast coming up 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. 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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>> michael: where candidates will be as they race to the finish line. >> gene: third grader was able to walk into school with a gun. >> when i heard it was heart went down to the ground. >> sara: game changer for kids that play football. >> sara: good morning, it is
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underwood. >> gene: colder temps are here. >> shiri: it is going to get colder over the weekend. 43 in lawrence, 45 in norwood, seeing sunshine there, a few more clouds out in worcester and nashua and partly sunny skies to get things started and temperatures back in the lower 50s by 10:00 a.m., noon about 53? and temperatures really start to go back down after 4:00 p.m. and you got friday night plans out the there, friday night football you can see that we are dressing for the 40s again. i have a look at how much colder weekend going to turn coming up in couple minutes. julie grauert back now with live drive time traffic this morning
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>> julie: slow spot also frog in throat and head from the braintree split right around morrissey boulevard. 128 moving along fine northbound from canton area through dedham and needham up through the pike and earlier fuel spill has pretty much been taken care of 93 north wilmington area near route 62. live look at the tobin where things are heavy and steady as you approach boston and it will stay this way in around 9:00, 9:30. 22 minutes tobin. 42 minutes on 93 south and 39 minutes on 128 southbound from peabody to the weston tolls. >> sara: investigators say a person was walking down the southbound side of the highway when they were hit by several cars. jessica reyes live along 128 with more on investigation. jess, there are a lot of
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morning. >> jessica: what they were doing on the highway around 10:30 but we know very tough scene here after the fact this happened and person hit by one car and then hit by several others that were passing by. we have video from the scene and want to show you now and you can see one of the cars looks to be involved in the accident with pretty serious damage to the hood there and know police were out here night and big response from the police and they were out here for two to three hours working to reconstruct the scene here and finally cleared the scene and reopened the highway completely around 1:00 in the morning, just a couple hours ago, but again, still a lot of questions about what exactly led up to this and police looking to identify the victims, still working to notify the family members but biggest question is what exactly they were doing on the highway, what happened right before this awful accident here.
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working on that for us as soon as we get more information and pass along to you on the fox25 morning news. live in waltham, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> gene: final weekend before the presidential election. tight race in new hampshire, important battle ground state. fox25 michael henrich live in atkinson, new hampshire this morning where donald trump will hold a rally this afternoon. michael, the clinton campaign making appearances in the granite state as >> michael: both campaigns will be in the state repeatedly and see behind me the big trump bus outside the country club in
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poll was taken entirely after fbi director comey's letter to congress about the clinton e-mail investigation and that's the point when clinton saw her lead disappear, support dropped in the suffolk university polling by two points and did stay the same and end result is the statistical tie. both candidates campaigned and here is what they had to say. >> we know hillary can't be trusted. we s security. take look at e-mail situation can we trust her with our security? >> it is about who we are and we want and make our mark on our country at this time in our
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in atkinson in noon and at manchester on monday and sunday hillary clinton will be in manchester. tomorrow chelsea clinton will be in the state and monday president obama will make one final push for former secretary of state at u.n.h. again, that's happening on monday, one day before election day. live in atkinson, new hampshire, i'm michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: if you are planning on voting early mak in your town. towns were allowed to set their own hours and many of them have half days on friday. secretary of state bill galvin says that he asked some towns to extent hours and some have. so far more than 800,000 people have taken advantage of early voting and officials think that number could surpass million. gene: we are four days away from the election and stay with fox25 throughout the night and complete coverageon line and
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>> sara: father of third grader brought son to school now facing charge and gun did not belong to him. eight-year-old brought the 25 caliber pistol to the elementary school in lowell and pulled it out of backpack after school and showed it to several classmates. the boy claims he thought it was a toy. he told police he found the gun in a box that belonged to relative. the relative's home had burned in a fire and the boy's family holding on to some of the belongings. parents at the b upset about what happened. >> pre-k to fourth grade, what are they doing with guns? >> sara: we reached out about the incident but not heard back. >> gene: rookie police officer accused of texting behind the wheel before a crash. he is on paid leave this
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he ended up stopping down the road when he called police and told officer what had happened. his sister offers an explanation. >> get bearings and stuff. it is blown out of proportion the whole thing. >> gene: he will have to appear in front of a judge. >> sara: for man convicted of killing three people in 2001 continues today. the confession of convicted killer gary lee sampson was played in court yesterday. southern new hampshire is back in court five years after the death sentence thrown out due to a technicality. his attorneys are trying to connect his killing spree to brain injury that he suffered when fell down the stairs at four years old. the government says his police
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and lung and chest and the throat and went down to the ground and slit throat. why? i do not know. >> sara: sampson was convicted in 2003 of killing three men. once testimony is over the jury will once again decide whether to sentence sampson to death. >> gene: mbta f to keep riders safe. the "t" teamed up with the boston area rape crisis center and other groups. as part of the campaign hundreds of signs have been posted and post cards will be handed out to help raise awareness. their goal is to improve passenger safety and encourage victims and riders to report
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being believed. >> gene: campaign launched yesterday and run through february. more "t" riders complaining about dirty stations. the herald reports dozens of janitors laid off in september. since then complaints about trash, bad smells, dirty floors and overflowing trash cans have jumped by nearly 50%. the janitor's union says the remaining workers simply can't keep up with workload. the "t" says it regularly inspects the station for cleanliness and complaints represent a small daily riders. >> sara: mass dot close part of the highway to hear down old highland avenue bridge. this is happening at exit 19 starting tonight in 8:00 p.m. northbound side will be closed and both sides will be shut down and starting at 6:00 tomorrow night the southbound side will be closed.
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detours and mass dot says the project should be wrapped up by sunday afternoon. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. right now on the expressway 26 minute ride as head from the braintree split up to the exit for the pike. shiri? >> shiri: temperatures in the 40s and mix of sun, couple scattered clouds, 50s sending you home from work, bright and breezy conditions, take you straight into the weekend with future cast next. future cast next. >> sara: what caused blackout at popular hotel trapping >> sara: what caused blackout 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."
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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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hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady
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more about isis than the generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of them." vo: just one. >> gene: former patriot player reported dying from cte, in the als as previously thought. new research at bu that some are
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>> daniel: fullback that ran people over and played with the patriots three seasons and died what originally thought was als and they determined the death was not caused by als but rather the result of repeated head trauma from years of playing football. >> >> daniel: boston university cte center and va boston healthcare system came to a dramatic conclusion. >> cells that run with axons all the way down to the spinal cord they were destroyed by cte. this is what the brain of 60-year-old should look like and this is kevin's brain at 46. >> daniel: lead to palpable
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>> this is kevin's parents. >> daniel: parents are deal with the premature loss of their son, reflecting on life choice that dramatically altered kevin's fate. >> i was a coach and you hit with your head. that's the way you played football. >> turner's case start at five years old and play for 25 years it can do >> i think nfl got to get out of the game of promoting and marketing five-year-olds to the game. there's no safe way to hit a child in the head 500 times a year while the brain is still developing. >> daniel: clearest indication cte can cause the same motor neuron disease that shows up in als patients. kevin turner was the lead plaintiff in concussion lawsuit against the nfl. in the newsroom, i'm daniel
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>> sara: newly discovered viral mutation why so many people were infected with ebola and africa and mutation sits at the top of the virus making it easier for the disease to enter human cells. they were looking at protein found in hiv when they discovered a similar type of protein in the most dominant form of the ebola virus. the outbreak infected more than 28,000 people in west africa. sara: when it comes to nicotine burned in the devices may actually cause health problems. and produced two toxic substance s and respiratory tumor shown in mice. >> julie: 128 northbound
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construction there over the weekend. we have been reporting on that all morning trying to remind you to prepare for lane closures both northbound, southbound and complete north and southbound lane closures as well. north of the pike a little slow on 128 southbound approaching 93. 93 stop and go from medford into somerville. live look at the zakim bridge were things bright in zakim and leverett connector. here are live drive times, 33 minutes on pike eastbound from half hour on the expressway. 37 minutes on 128 southbound from peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us. shiri, i can see a ton of sunshine in our traffic area this morning. >> sara: >> shiri: how excited we are thanks at 6:30 and feel like shock to the system because it has been so warm so mild. today is day it starts cooling down.
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clocks back here and again extra hour of sleep here on sunday morning. so 47 in boston, 37 right now in portsmouth, new hampshire. a variety of temperatures on the map right now warm location would be the cape and 50s. go in the middle here norwood at 45. we don't have too much wind yet now that the sun is up what you will find the winds do increase through about late-morning, continuing into the afternoon and keeping things partly cloudy for some of you especially inland here early this morning, but overall we are lookg temperatures get into the middle 50s here, look at evening temperatures if you're out on the town friday night, 6:00 p.m., we are back at about 49? and sink back into the lower and mid-40s by 8:00 this evening and it is going to get chilly out there if you have outdoor plans. temperatures for highs today though into the upper 50s we go and norwood and new bedford today we got mid-50s in boston, lawrence over to framingham, only about 50 in worcester today and look at keene's high 48?, kind of chilly
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tomorrow and then drop it all the way down to 49? here in the boston area on sunday. so let's time it out future cast and clear out remaining clouds, turns mostly sunny this afternoon and a little bit breezy keeping an eye on the cape here for ocean effect cloud cover as we get into the saturday i am going with the slight risk of flurry or some drizzle and anything will be the exception, not the rule and rule mostly weekend. now, into your sunday what i see potential for clouds coming in off the ocean if that happens we will deal with cloudier conditions along the coastline and slight risk for sprinkle there. otherwise further inland you go the brighter it will be. 7-day forecast for the weekend always in view. temperatures in the 50s for the next couple days. really cold mornings over the weekend in 20s and 30s waking up to 31 on monday with high of 54. going to have sun to start the
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sara? >> sara: a shake-up in local business world. reebok is moving headquarters from the suburbs to the city. why the companies form home says it was blind sided by the move.
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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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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. 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 - i can do... anything. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte, kate: and i'm kate.
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>> sara: unbelievable city year in south carolina where missing woman found alive. she was chained up like a in south carolina, northwestern part of the state. deputies say they are responding to tip from neighbor who heard banging coming from container and relieved she is okay. >> she said the gentlemen would come back twice and feed her and gave information i've not going to share. i'm not going to chain my dog up
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horrified just that part. >> sara: man that opens the property is registered sex offender and has been arrested in connection with kayla's abduction. she disappeared on august 30th august 30th with her boyfriend that is still missing. a massive investigation is now underway to find more victims. kayla reportedly told police as many as four bodies may have burned on the property. more details now on the suspect's background. online websites is real estate agent who has several? and several properties including brick house which is a few miles from the crime scene but court documents reveal he also has a darker past at just 15 years old. he was charged with kidnapping and sexual assaulting a girl who was 14 years old. >> gene: 3,000 guests in las vegas forced out of hotel. at paris las vegas after backup
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following a blackout. hotel officials say contractor working in the basement cut into the main power line causing the power outage. guests forced to leave belongings behind as the building was emptied over fire safety concerns. >> getting married and wedding dress is there. >> gene: neighboring casinos offered food and drink to evacuees and waiting for all clear for fire allow guests to get back inside. >> sara: suing developers at mininnum tower settled more than a foot since 2009 and also tilting six inches to the side. some condos in the building are listed more than $10 million. the suit claims the developers knew about the issue and did not warn potential buyers. the builders are warning train
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who owns boston millennium tower >> shiri: today back to north providence high temperatures just in the 50s. i will show you how much colder it gets this weekend when i come back in town. vo: ending funding for planned parenthood. taking away our right to choose. restricting our health care choices. this is senator kelly ayotte's record.
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and she supports overturning roe v. wade. woman 1: kelly ayotte says she's for women. but it's just an act. woman 2: voters definitely cannot trust kelly ayotte. vo: senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. 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. 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
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>> shiri: lame warm-up today. kind of small little puny warm-up coming our way this afternoon and starting out in the 40s and 50s, 50 in hyannis, 41 in plymouth, 39 in taunton and got few clouds down this way extending to run this
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42?, 45 in woburn, 39 in maynard and cooler spots and got a little bit of cloud cover leaking into worcester right now at 46?. towns in new hampshire -- townsend mass 37 and nashua, new hampshire at 3930s to 50s and fox25 weather app and see what you're leaving to and keep things mostly sunny today and going to turn breezy afternoon, we got middle 50s here at noon time and 3:00 p.m. and we got 40s back through the evening plans at 7:00 p.m. it does get a lot colder into the weekend though. we got 20s around, flurries around, timeline on that coming up but weather and traffic together every ten minutes. julie grauert now up with live drive time traffic.
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as we shift southbound and slow going rarely do we get relief from the braintree split up to columbia road and things slightly backed up on leverett connector. here are live drive times, 33 minutes on pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. >> gene: donald trump and hi neck in the granite state. >> sara: fox25 live in atkinson is michael henrich and donald trump holding a rally. >> michael: one of two stops over next several days in new hampshire. hillary clinton will also come to new hampshire on sunday but either one whichever one is elected president, they will need to work with congress and,
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race. let's go to the polls for u.s. senate in the granite state. first let's go to the umass lowell poll which was just rhett rhett -- released yesterday afternoon and tie within the margin of error and incumbent kelly ayotte 47%. suffolk university poll it has ayotteit 44% support to hassan's 42%. one shows one candidate up, one shows another candidate up, so clearly this is a very close race and all eyes on what will be decided by granite state voters on tuesday. for now live in atkinson, new hampshire, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> sara: melania trump hit
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trump claims she had focus on combating online bullying and serve as advocate for women and children. first public speech since the convention. she said the nation as whole needs to make a change. >> our culture has gotten too mean and too rough. we have to find better way to talk to each other to accept each other. >> this morning some criticizing trump because while she called addressed her husband's own remarks toward women. both in speeches and on social media. sara: hillary clinton's campaign getting dose of star power. several news reports says beyonce take stage in cleveland today at get out and vote and jay-z already known as performer. clinton is using concert as
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voters. four days away from election day. tuesday stay with fox25 throughout the night and complete on air at 4:00. >> gene: new reward for information about disappearance. we told but norman lee yesterday. the weymouth comic book artist managed while snorkeling a year and a half while with his wife in grand cayman islands. police there assumed he drowned. new $10,000 fbi re bridgewater chief of police, childhood friends. both say they just want answers. >> looking for closure. >> do you think he is the victim of foul play? >> i don't know what happened to him but there are a lot of unanswered questions that need to be answered. >> fbi hasn't said why it chose to offer the reward now, only saying it is looking for information about his disappearance or whereabouts.
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for the harvard men's soccer team. the season has been canceled after scouting report that rated women of the woman's soccer team. the school's president says they have zero tolerance for this type of behavior. >> they say this decision they made canceled the rest and made the decision because in their view this is >> not sure who started the website and website but still embarrassing. >> a decision that has harvard university talking and rest of the men's soccer team amid allegations. >> college really tries to exemplify with what it does and message tries to rate overall and definitely unfortunate. >> catherine: university says it has learned the men's soccer
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explicit reports rating female players by looks and harvard crimson newspaper first reported last month it allegedly started with the 2012 men's team and fox25 learned it has continued. >> not something ever been done and given values to promote it is kind of embarrassing in that regard. >> catherine: this is video from the university website showing team playing cornell earlier this season and decision to cancel the season isn't without consequence. had the team won this saturday's game they would be headed ncaa tournament and had been first in league. in statement harvard's president says i was deeply distressed of the soccer team was not isolated to one year or the actions of few individuals. >> i'm sure not every player on the team played role in it so unfair all of them get same punishment but that's the way it is. nothing else that could be done. >> catherine: i have been working to speak with more students this morning. some hasn't heard about this, some told me they didn't have
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most important thing what harvard is going to do about this moving forward and harvard did say it plans to educate student athletes about topics like these, specifically the team. live at harvard university, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> sara: in you lawsuit accusing of not protecting stud she was raped by classmate after party in 2013. she reported what happened to campus police but other student was not prosecuted and also not expelled from school and was allowed to keep living in the same dorm as her. the school's investigation made her feel victimized again. questions asked completely inappropriate and think about it, now can't believe other
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as well. >> sara: lawsuit also claims northeastern fails to report and reporting crimes and it does say students safety is top priority. suffolk county prosecutors won't comment on any criminal investigation related to the case. >> gene: 8:39 this morning. mother of umass amherst student that died suing the school a her son help for his addiction. she says when ericsson was found with the drug police asked him to be informant and help take down dealers on campus. in 2013 he was found dead in his dorm room following an overdose. his mother says the school had told her about his addiction his death could have been prevented. >> sara: we told but captain
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had heart attack while doing push-ups at fort deffans. initially they ruled the heart attack was not in the line of duty and refused to pay any of the medical bills. now happy to report the decision has been reversed. >> felt like last year we have been living under the cloud and all of a sudden we are free. >> sara: captain morgan says they have totaled more than $100,000 and army will pay a expenses not covered by the private insurance. >> gene: girl drops all of cupcakes before she can get to classmates. how the bus driver saved the day in between bus routes. >> daniel: good morning, i'm fox25 daniel miller. there's a disgusting problem plaguing one local town. coming up next after the break why official say there's no
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>> shiri: sun will come up at 6:24 and sun goes down 4:30 in the afternoon got weekend forecast coming up but first in this week's firehouse friday visit medway fire department and get tour of the facility and helps firefighters with challenging conditions. >> michelle: medway fire department shares with us the constant reminder to stay safe and get the job done. >> keep firefighters safe. since i have taken charge of the department any new apparatus we have has it on sites to be safe. we are training constantly so we are prepared in the event we are needed. >> michelle: training happened
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to have a burn trailer right on-site. >> a lot of live burn training in here and two or three time a month and pretty -- do pretty extensive training in here. it is a great resource that's for sure. >> we are able to simulate fires in the trailer so that firefighters can get used to the heat and smoke conditions were able to set-up every time and when you enter a fire literally cannot see a hand in front of you. so we are able to simulate that in this burn trailer so gives us experience. >> michelle: experience is good thing because number of calls in medway has only been growing. >> this year on track for 15% increase.
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putting access to birth control and cancer screenings at risk. and she supports overturning roe v. wade. woman 1: kelly ayotte says she's for women. but it's just an act. woman 2: voters definitely cannot trust kelly ayotte. vo: senate majority pac is responsible
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>> daniel: mandating the town plushes twice a year for safety but these days it is happening more like once a week. >> probably would have been already built and in operation
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and treatment plant to filter out the metals and site plan for the facility may have connections to the comp nag indian tribe but waiting game. >> going to strip approximately 18 inches of soil and what we are looking for any type of significant artifacts. >> worst i have ever seen the water. it is mud, mud. >> has to scheduled for next tuesday and passing then groundbreaking happen next year and could be another 18 months before it is in operation. newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> julie: 24, 95 are clear, surprising 95 usually slows down even at this time of the morning in that elbow from canton up to
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from the braintree split around morrissey boulevard and neponset area. things nice and bright and grab sunglasses and get out the door. 12 minutes route 3 from 228 to the split. 12 minutes on 24, 22 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to columbia road. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and i like the sunshine i'm seeing in my traffic cameras, shiri. they are coming with reasonable appropriate temperature. >> reasonable appropriate te in fact, got photo in on twitter this morning and this comes from bob and see west boylston looking very pretty and really nice pops of color right now out in this neck of the woods getting reported of a lot of color -- reports of a lot of color, pass peak, best color right now across eastern and southeastern massachusetts and down across the southcoast of massachusetts. a lot of that color either faded or gone into central and northern new england. even just passing over the border into new hampshire.
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through as it does it is stirring up clouds so we got partly sunny skies this morning, boston has looked picture perfect this morning so far. going to be bright and breezy and temperatures that are where they should be this time of the year but they are going to be about ten? cooler than what saw yesterday. 54 in boston rockport up to portsmouth, new hampshire, 52 in nashua and 48? in keene, 50 on the nose here in worcester, but framingham, down to foxborough, how about 58 in bridgewater or 92 un. mid-50s for the south shore as well as cape this afternoon and i think we could end up with a little more cloud cover ocean effect clouds and jumping ahead now to tomorrow morning we start out with some increasing clouds, slight risk that you're going to catch quick flurry or quick little sprinkle tomorrow. i have to say mentioning it because it is a slight possibility but overall it looks
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cloudy and dry as we ease into your sunday here and future cast carries clouds into the coast and eastern mass there's the slight risk that we are going to catch a rain drop or two in those clouds. otherwise going to keep partly sunny mostly dry, a little bit brighter inland towns and cities, weekend highs are going to be back into the lower 50s in boston and hyannis tomorrow over to hartford, connecticut and pup in concord, new hampshire, but it is 40s both days in here is 7-day forecast with the weekend always in view, keep in mind we have also got very cold mornings over the weekend with 20s and 30s in particular tomorrow morning and most of you are going to see freezing temperatures. getting into next week looking nice and bright monday tuesday with highs back in the 50s, a little gradual warm-up toward the middle of the week with some wednesday rain expected.
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>> sara: diehard makes a decision that lasts a lifetime. coming up why indian decided -- decision that lasts a lifetime. coming up why indian decided -- fan decided to get ink before 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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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!? 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
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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: 8:53. the town of canton says it was completely blind sided about reebok big move to boston and told you yester moving sneaker headquarters in the new year and town officials tell fox25 they learned of the plan from a security guard. reebok has been in canton 16 years and joining converse and new balance and eyeing boston for location for the new home. mayor marty walsh calls latest edition a big win for the city. >> excited about reebok coming in. i had a conversation with them a few days ago and they were really excited about the potential opportunity coming to the city of boston.
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headquarters. reebok says 650 of those employees are moving to the new location. rest will transfer out of state or be laid off. insiders say millennials are heart of the move and sneaker company wants to be part of more vibrant community. >> sara: right now looking at live shot from chicago where they are actually dying the river blue today ahead of the championship parade. and this looks just amazing. a very cool thing. that parade will hour. we now know that game seven scored and baseball game for 25 years and last time they were on game was 1991. 50 million people watched the minnesota twins beat the atlanta braves. >> gene: scene in chicago today and now a piece of history. ball from final out from the world series clincher.
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$3 million. here it is again. moment first baseman anthony rizzo final out of the cubs championship. eddie-- reached right in his pot for safekeeping. 2004 world series where red sox broke the curse. final out and he kept it. did spark controversy when joked it would be retirement fund and people were so angry even got never had any intention of selling the ball and red sox and agreed to donate it to the baseball hall of fame. >> sara: indians fan may have awkward conversations because of new tattoo. he tweeted out picture before the game seven of the world series. caption some call it bold but i call it faith in clubber. bold gamble that didn't pay off
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out. he seems to be doing okay. he condemned indians and says they owe him a big victory next year. >> gene: big patch will cover it up. he will find a solution, i'm sure. 8:56. surveillance video catches a small bear wandering outside a new elementary school. close encounter had people running away from >> shiri: ten degree cooldown and cooler for the weekend and hour-by-hour future cast by the fox25 morning news be noisy. be silent. be near. be far. be joyful. be together. celebrate joy with dunkin's holiday-flavored coffees, espressos, and donuts.
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restricting our health care choices. this is senator kelly ayotte's record. ayotte voted six times to end funding for planned parenthood - putting access to birth control and cancer screenings at risk. and she supports overturning roe v. wade. woman 1: kelly ayotte says she's for women. but it's just an act. woman 2: voters definitely cannot trust kelly ayotte. vo: senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. dunkin's sweet black pepper ba with twice the crispy, caramelized peppered bacon. experience a breakfast sandwich made for bacon lovers.
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>> jessica: what we are learning from state police. >> julie: cameras captured bear lurking outside local elementary school. complete new england news coverage starts right now. th miller. >> julie: good morning, everyone, i'm julie. can you tell? some of us suffering through it and temperatures are dropping. shiri spear at the stormtracker weather center with how warm they will go. >> shiri: temperatures half what they are. 49? in boston and 50 in norwood and new bedford, 45 in nashua, 46 in worcester, got a little bit of patchy cloud cover but

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