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details of the crash that sent a car plunging into that water. and another harvard sports team under fire amade scandal. the athletes that turned themselves in over a so-called scouting report. good morning, everybody. thank you for joining us on this monday morning. it is november 7. i am gene lavanchy. >> sara: and i am sara underwood. starting off the new week with a little bit of a chill out there, but thankfully meteorologist shiri spear says we have some 60s a few days away. she is in the fox25 storm tracker weather below average temps right now. >> reporter: below average temps right now but the big warm-up tomorrow. temperatures in the 30s. 37 in boston and norwood. 30 degrees in nashua. freezing in fitchburg at 32. we do have 40s and more clouds over the cape and islands right now. it is also pretty breezy out there. sustained winds. 10 to about 20 miles per hour and the motion of those winds will keep the clouds over the southeast. really the south shore and the
partly cloudy conditions this morning. temperatures working their way to with b 50 degrees and sun this afternoon and an even brighter forecast to break down and the boston area coming up in about 10. julie is up with live drive time traffic north of the pike. >> julie: things looking good north of the pike. route 1 moving along nice. from woburn into medford into somerville. shift southbound moving along fine from the braintree split to the columbia road. 23 avenue. 8 minutes on the expressway. 19 minutes on 93 south as you head from 495 to the leverett connector. back to you. and we have breaking news right now. janet reno, the first woman to serve as u.s. attorney general has died. reno's goddaughter said she died from complications of parkinson's disease. she was the clinton administration most recognizable figures. at least one of them. she played a central role in
armed seizure of 5-year-old elian gonzalez from his home so he could be returned to cuba with his father. janet reno was 78 years old. new this morning, the collision between two cars sends one of them into the charles river. >> the driver behind the wheel was able to leap out of the car before it went splashing into the water. fox25's catherine parrotta is live in cambridge where dive crews spent hours getting that car out, catherine. >> reporter: yeah, as you can see now, cleared and we are told that one person was taken to the hospital but their injuries are minor. but still quite the scene overnight. take a look at the video that we captured in happened after 1:00 -- just before 1:00 this morning rather and happened just before memorial drive here. fire officials tell us two cars crashed, a suv and a vehicle. and the car ended up in the charles river. fortunately we are told that the driver was able to jump out of the vehicle before it made it into the water. fire fighters were able to take
>> when you have divers in the water with the vehicle like that, we have to take our time to make sure we don't put them in a precarious position so that this can be volatile and move underneath the water and make sure they are in a safe spot when we go to hook this up. >> reporter: they did get that car out of the water just before 3:00 in the morning or so, and fire officials tell us it is not altogether uncommon on this side because no barrie but part natalie. no big injuries, no major injuries. the cause of the crash under investigation. live in cambridge, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. one full day, that is all that is left in the 2016 presidential elections, and numbers are tight as the candidates spend final hours trying to persuade any final undecided voters in the key battleground states. >> sara: a new poll show hillary clinton is holding onto a small 4-point lead
unh show clinton with a 10-point lead with trump over the granite state. >> this poll was taken before the fbi announced that clinton will not face any charges from the thousands of e-mails found on the computer of disgraced ex-congressman anthony weiner. fox25's daniel miller joins us now. donald trump criticizing the fbi on these new findings. >> daniel: the fbi said they worked around the clock reviewing all those e-mails before issuing their decision. >> we have seen director com comey's latest letter to the hill and glad that this matter is resolved. >> reporter: hillary clinton's communication direct jennifer palmeri reacting sunday's news of clinton's private e-mail probe. fbi director james comey sending a new letter state that his agency is sticking with its july decision not to file criminal charges against clinton. it comes after comey's letter to congress ten days ago saying the fbi had found new e-mails that could be pertinent to the probe.
investigation, it seems they are not. donald trump criticizing the fbi's handling of the matter. >> you can't review 650,000 new e-mails in eight days. hillary clinton is guilty. she knows it. the fbi knows it. the people know it. >> reporter: some democrats including congressman elijah coupling expressing approval for comey's sunday announcement. >> i am glad he came forward to clear it up. this should this should have never happened. >> reporter: cummings slamming trump for his comments on the issue. >> donald trump saying is it is worse than watergate and he didn't know what the hell he was talking about. >> reporter: trump's kellyann conway struggling to defend the speculating. >> everybody speculated. everybody on cnn speculated 24-7. >> everybody jump off a bridge, doesn't mean you should jump off a bridge too. >> reporter: the news was welcomed by the democrats, the initial damage from the investigation may have already been done.
ballots in the early voting. in the newsroom this morning, daniel miller, fox25 news. hillary clinton rallied supporters in manchester last night and didn't mention her e-mails for the fbi's decision. she did appear with kazir khan, the gold star father who spoke at the democratic national convention criticizing trump's comments about muslims. his son was killed fighting the war in iraq. clinton did make a final plea to voters in the granite stat >> don't leave it to chance. don't leave it to others. use your voice and your vote. >> gene: last night was expected to be clinton's final visit before the election. >> gene: if you noticed a more reserve tweeting because he is no longer allowed to use the account on his own. "new york times" that he is dictates his tweets to staffers
his twitter rants are of controversial comments and known up all night tweeting at all hours of the night. trump's running mate mike pence held a rally in windham, new hampshire. he told reporters that new hampshire's four delegates are up for grabs and with every vote meaning so much, the indiana governor even made a push to null independents and democrats. >> so moving to me how so many independents across the country have come alongside and tired of gridflock washington d.c. and nothing getting done. >> sara: pence and trump will take part in a huge rally at the arena in manchester. today is the deadline to get in your absentee ballots for them to count. they are due at noon today. meanwhile, we are getting a look at the early numbers for voting. more than a million people took advantage of the option. that accounts for nearly 20% of registered voters.
allowed in massachusetts. stick with fox25 now through election you night. we will have results of all the big races as they roll in including a team heading to the clinton and trump headquarters in new york city. our special coverage begins with our 4 p.m. newscast and will continue throughout the night. boston police are investigating a politically motivated threat in mission hill. graffiti that says kill your local trump supporter was found at the side of the school of the museum of fine arts. the tufts university building. school officials a h the graffiti has already been painted over. new this morning, lowell police are investigating after a stabbing victim showed up in the city emergency room last night. according to the lowell sun, the man was flown to a regional trauma center. the officers were later seen searching market and central streets with flashlights but wouldn't say if their coach was related to the stabbing. that was the second stabbing reported in lowell yesterday. and police in everett, are searching for the gunman that
this happened after 2 p.m. on busy ferry street. witnesses tell us they heard gunfire and heard a woman hysterically crying it for someone to get help. >> she was screaming that he couldn't breathe, he couldn't breathe were get him to the hospital. his eyes were rolling in the back of his head. and it and he was dying. >> sara: no word on the condition of that victim. we are working to get an update on the middlesex a man hit and killed by a truck in tewksbury was not in a crosswalk. the 70-year-old was hit near shasheen way. the driver stayed on the scene and talked to police. the area was shut down for hours as police investigated but have since reopened. the cause of a deadly crash in westport remain investigation. this car rolled over near exit 10 on interstate 195 around 3 a.m. the story was breaking
yesterday morning on fox25 news. we are now learning that a 25-year-old new bedford woman was thrown from the car and killed. south coast today identifies her as cassandra camacho. a mother of a 4-year-old boy. five other people were riding the same car. they were also hurt. police are still investigating the cause of the crash. this is the second deadly crash in that area since september. we track traffic and weather every ten minutes. on the expressway right now, things still nice and quiet. we are at a 9-minute ride as we head from the braintree split to the shiri. >> shiri: temperatures in the 30s in boston. 37 degrees. at 6 a.m. by 7 a.m., a one-degree warm-up and time out today's warm-up in the 40s. for some of new the 50s in less than ten minutes. it is now 5:10 this morning. evacuations ordered because of an earthquake. coming up, the damage done by the late-night quake in the midwest and the warning signs
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well, harvard university is dealing with another scandal involving sexually explicit comments about women. the women's soccer team and the men's soccer team is coming forward admitting to a similar situation. students tell fox25's jim morelli they are fed up. >> reporter: you mute say they wouldn't run away from the truth so they told it. for the past several years spreadsheet on the women's cross country that have appearance, weight and sexual innuendo. >> sexualizing women in that way is really disgusting. >> reporter: the revelations in saturday's harvard crimson and hon on the heels of the men's soccer team that was found with so-called scouting report on members of the women's soccer team some of which were sexually explicit. >> important that harvard has taken the stance it has and
>> reporter: stabbed that harvard has taken to suspend what looked to be a championship season for the men's soccer team. harvard athletics does not tolerate this demeaning and derogatory behavior and we will address any derogatory information we receive. the controversy overshadowed freshmen parent weekend and plenty of fodder of discussion of gender and respect. >> i don't really think t attractiveness. i don't think that should be a factor. they should be rated on their ability to perform, especially in sports. >> reporter: as for the idea of the spreadsheet and scouting reports are harmless examples of guys being guys. >> go back to the 1800 and saying white people were just being white what people. that is not an excuse. >> reporter: harvard have an
team but also a title 9 review. title 9, a federal law that does prohibit sexual harassment. in austin, jim morelli, fox25 news. hundreds of people in massachusetts and new hampshire dying each year from opioid overtoes and the most powerful painkiller is fentanyl. >> the danger with fentanyl if you touch it or inhale it, it can be extremely deadly. >> gene: the drug is 50 times more powfu so dang dangerous that the dea say it is could sicken or kill first responders. tonight at 10:00, we ride along with the front lines of those with the overdose epidemic and how how they are responding to this new warning. good morning, everyone. we track traffic and weather every ten minutes. south of the pike. expressway moving along just fine. you don't expect things to slow down for another hour and 15 minutes. 128 moving along without issue
weekend has cleared up. north of the pike, route 1, 39 south without issue. 23 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass avenue. 9 minutes on the expressway. 20 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. and i want to pull up all of our traffic cameras right now. i watch these throughout the day, and they are still dark, but shiri is here to tell us more now that we switched our clocks around and we will be getting lighter and see these better than before. >> shiri: even within sunrise at 6:25. sun goes down at 4:30. sun goes down earlier than that the first week of december. get ready for 4:12 sunsets. that is really the earliest sunsets. average high 54 degrees. and we are not quite going to make it that high. starting the 30s in boston and norwood at 37 degrees. worcester right now at 34 degrees. let's head out to plymouth at 39. plymouth looking okay right now, but we have a situation where we could see on and off
it is still going toned up brightening up and temperature at 7 a.m., 41 degrees. 9 a.m., 45. we scoot into the lower -- excuse me the upper 40s this afternoon, and ball location, because at the coastline, your highs are going to be in the upper 40s. there you have it. north shore, boston, south shore all around 49 degrees. a little further inland, lower 50s. not a huge difference but nice to see some of the 50-degree readings out there this afternoon. and that is just a cup of degrees below average. tomorrow we will average. don't worry we make it up if you will. so today, it is because of our north winds. it is picking up moisture over the ocean. it is pointing those winds in that kind of -- that cloud cover to the south shore, to the cape, to the islands this morning and that's why you folks will end up being a little cloudier. what you will find is quick turn around. we end up clearing out those clouds in favor of mostly sunny skies. we will do it again tomorrow with the sunshine for election day and warmer temperatures on the way and transition day on
wednesday with the clouds coming into play. by morning we will be watching out for a couple of spot showers. doesn't look like widespread rain for me but scattered rain along this cold front right around lunchtime and during the afternoon we will see more breaks in the cloud cover. hey, tonight it will be cold again. lows in the 30s. even a cup of 20s, and that is what we will be waking up to tomorrow. that is the warm-up for election day. lower 60s tomorrow. i will go with 62 degrees and sunshine. 56 with a chance of rain on wednesday. thursday, clear, if 50. 55 on friday weekend and just watching for a cup of sprinkles or flurries late week into the weekend. back to you. election day could mean problems for the wynn casino. the ballot question in another state that could bring some competition to the everett gambling mecca. his yearbook photo went viral with his prediction that the cubs would win the world series. he is using his internet fame
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a georgia police officer is dead and another in critical condition after a shooting last night. police say the officers were shot while responding to a fight between two motorists in peach county. the drivers were allegedly threatened by a third person with a gun. when two officers arrived, the man shot at him injuring the deputy and injuring another the officer. officers have arrested the suspected shooter. pictures out of pushing, oklahoma shaken by a magnitude 5 earthquake. it damaged buildings and power outages. schools until they are able to get a better look at the damage this morning. so far no injuries have been reported. the 19th earthquake in oklahoma in the past week. boston police are working to track down the person responsible for shooting a man in dorchester. this happened on amazing street. a man was shot dead inside of his car saturday morning. this may be a gang-related shooting. the victim's name has not been released but police do tell fox25 that he was in his mid-20s.
that may be connected to another deadly shooting. a man was killed near ziegler and dearborn streets in roxbury. officers say a newer model nissan altima. a 3-year-old boy is recovering after being grazed by a bullet this brockton. a bullet went straight through the house and a piece of it hit the boy's leg. police are still working to figure out a motive and track that shooter. the y six games into the regular season. the sell tricks trying to figure out who they really are. it the green are a mediocre 3-3. isaiah thomas led the offense pouring in 30 points but score something not the issue for the celtics. it is stopping the other team. denver's emmanuel mutier had something to do with that had 24 points in the first quarter, 30 for the game. 20-year-old from zahir, the 7th
celtics lose it 103-107. given up points in five out of six games. the guy who predicted the cubs would win the world series is trying to give back with his famous quote. michael lee put in his high school york, chicago cubs 2016 world series champs. he had a dream growing up that the cubbys would win this year. how lee is all grown up and selling t-shirts w on them, but he isn't keeping any of the money. all the profits will go toward helping to stop bullying. >> shiri: that is a great cause. average high 54 degrees. obviously we have some pretty mild days lately, but the cooldowns continue again today. we will tell you when temperatures finally make a turn around when i am back with you after the break. disturbing new details in the case of a man who allegedly chained up a woman and held her
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complete new england news coverage continues right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: now at 5:30, election day just hours away the candidates making new hampshire a priority. the big names visiting the granite state today as the candidates make their final push. a kidnapping case that shocked the country. now investigators are making new connections between the alleged kidnaper and seven murders. the gruesome cold case he allegedly confessed to. tom brady making a dream come true to local boys. the special wish the quarterback granted for two boys battling serious health problems. >> sara: good morning,
joining us for monday, november 7. >> gene: did you enjoy your extra hour of sleep. >> sara: i feel so much better. >> gene: the price you pay is that early sunset. >> shiri: yep, sun going down at 4:30 this afternoon but things will brighten up any moment. actual sunrise this morning at 6:20 a.m. 37 degrees in boston and norwood right now. mid-30s in lawrence and itch switch. down to 32 in wrentham. freezing again. fitchburg included. 30 degrees there. maynard at 30. worcester just above freezing. 39 degrees in plymouth and you will find more clouds today hovering over the cape and the island. at times moving into southeastern massachusetts. so boston today tends to be a little bit brighter. there you can see gusty over the cape as well. boston area forecast show temperatures here at 6 a.m. around 38 degrees. sliding up to 47 degrees at
highs close to 50. julie grauert is up with live drive time traffic this morning. julie is checking out the expressway. >> so far so good, shiri. 5:30. another hour before we really start to see things pick up unless there is an accident and i will be the first to let you go. no issues on the pike from 495 into 128 to the allston brighten area. here are the live drive times. 10 minutes on the expressway approaching the exit to the pike. 22 minutes on 93 south. 10 minutes on 128 northbound from weston tolls. back to you. and we have breaking news this morning. janet reno, the first woman to serve as u.s. attorney general has died. reno's goddaughter said she died from complications of parkinson's disease. she served under bill clinton in the 1990s. she learned she had parkinson's disease back in 1995 but continued in her role until the year 2000. janet reno was 78 years old. a little more than 24 hours until the polls open, and the
focusing on battleground states trying to snag every undecided votes. >> gene: one of those states is new hampshire and four electoral votes could be crucial. team coverage in the granite state. jessica reyes is in manchester where donald trump and mike pence will host one of their final events. to michael henrich in durham where the president will be trying to drum up support for hillary clinton. good morning, michael. >> reporter: good morning to you. president obama is expected to speak in the 4:00 hour this afternoon the president has said he is relying on a hillary clinton presidency to continue and build upon his policies and for her part, hillary clinton seemed to be relying on president obama's popularity to help get out the vote here in new hampshire, a state that once again is seen as critical in the electoral college map come election day tomorrow. now clinton herself was here in new hampshire in manchester in fact yesterday afternoon.
fbi director james comey. comey wrote the bureau that -- that it looked at the latest batch of e-mails over the past week or so and found nothing to change its recommendation against criminal charges a. so instead clinton stuck to a version of her stump speech and said her criticism of her opponent donald trump and talked about had had her hopes for the country after to do to bring about healing and reconciliation after this election. we have to begin listening to one another and respecting one another. >> reporter: secretary clinton has four stops on her schedule today in pittsburgh, grand rapids, michigan, raleigh, north carolina and philadelphia where she will be joined by former president bill clinton, their daughter, chelsea, president obama, first lady
bruce springsteen and john bon jovi. as far as who is expected to win new hampshire tomorrow, that is really up in the air. depends on what poll you look at. the latest unh poll have clinton with a 10-point lead and appears to be somewhat of an outlier as the average of polls actually have trump with a point and a half lead. big senate race going on here as well. can't fail to mention that. senator ayotte looking for reelection against reelection against her democratic challenger maggie hassan. neck and neck with the latest polls showing ayotte with a slight lead. live at unh campus, michael henrich. donald trump returns to the granite state two days after his last visit and you can bet he will bring up the fbi's newest statement of hillary clinton's e-mails. jessica reyes joins us live in manchester. jessica, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, gene. donald trump has been spending a lot of time in new hampshire
due in manchester for an event with governor mike pence at 8:00 tonight. he and hillary clinton have been spending a lot of time here leading up to election day, hoping to grab the state's four electoral votes. trump was in virginia late last night and did speak of director james comey after yet another review of hillary clinton's e-mails, she will not face charges. both he and clinton wrote op-eds in "usa today" why people should vote for them and trump reads in part begins with immediately repealing and replacing job-killing obamacare. insurers are leaving, doctors are quitting, jobs are fleeing, and deductibles are through the roof. he went on to say he will work to give every parent the right to send their kids to a school of their choice and not force to keep them in schools that are failing. we know he has a very busy day ahead with him. along with his stop in manchester, he will be in florida, north carolina,
doors open here at southern new hampshire state university at 5:00 tonight, and the event starts at 8:00. we will have a crew here as this is all happening bringing it to you live. live in manchester, jessica reyes, fox25 news. the wynn casino in everett could get more competition before it even opens its doors. tomorrow rhode island residents will vote on a bill that will allow twin river to open a new casino along the massachusetts border in tiverton. if passed, the new ho casino will open in 2018. the wynn casino is not expected to open until 2019. stick with fox25 right now through election night. we will have the results of all the big races as they roll in, and that includes a team heading to the clinton and trump headquarters in new york city. our special coverage begins with our 4 p.m. newscast and continues throughout the night. now at 5:36 this morning. a haverhill man who was told he has too many donald trump signs on his lawn said the city has
richard earley received a step that he would have to pay a fine for every day he did not get rid of some of his political fines. the eagle tribune said with one day to the election, he has added five more. he thinks the city is afraid of bad publicity. he held a rally in his yard last month. a local police department under the microscope for their handling of evidence. under the microscope for their handling of evidence. how sparking an investigation massachusetts' newspapers rarely agree, but they do on question 2. 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 in voting yes on 2. ??
the place where 96% of our kids are educated. but even now, these local schools are losing more than 400 million dollars a year to privately-run charter schools. and if question 2 passes, it will only get worse. we can't let that happen. to protect our public schools and the right of all our kids to a quality
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if you take a look at the picture, so grashing out with the drivers out there, julie. >> half hour, 45 minutes. >> and then -- we will show you this picture again. and a better look at the traffic is starting to build on the expressway. we are at 12 minutes as haw he had from the and shiri, the bus top forecast. >> still dark out there even though the sunrise this morning is at 6:25. by 6 a.m., pretty colors in the sky. going with 30s this morning. so kids are going to need that warm jacket. the way home from school though for kids, parents, teachers. how about some 50s, along with sunshine. nice and bright today. but i have got some really warm temperatures for election day tomorrow. i am going to break those down for you in tense minute, gene.
army specialist was honored with a special ceremony in dracut his home down. he was killed in action in april 2003 when his black hawk helicopter had crash and. his mom was working to have a park named in his honor and there was a dedication of the matthew gbule park. tom brady and the patriots made a wish come true for two local boys. calvin was born defect and christopher furtado is currently in remission after battling thyroid cancer. one thing they have in common is their love for their football team. the make-a-wish foundation took them to meet their hero, quarterback tom brady. >> i was going through that and could take a break and watch the patriots from all of it, and i never forget when they won super bowl with malcolm butler interception on my birthday. >> the boys were able to spend
catching a few passes. and they are left with souvenirs and very full hearts. what a great thing. >> bravo. bravo. great job by those guys. >> sara: great job by tom brady. 5:41. a local company getting out to vote. how you can catch a ride and not pay a dime. >> sara: ?? our neighborhood public schools. they are the bedrock of our communities.
but even now, these local schools are losing more than 400 million dollars a year to privately-run charter schools. and if question 2 passes, it will only get worse. we can't let that happen. to protect our public schools and the right of all our kids to a quality education, vote no 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 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. what's kelly ayotte costing you? you're paying more for prescription medicines. kelly ayotte blocked lower cost generic drugs.
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executives. kelly ayotte. she's siding with corporate special interests and that's costing you. she's not working for new hampshire. right now we are back at 5:44. a live look from cambridge this morning. 34 in worcester. 35 in melrose and much warmer in marshfield down by the
shiri has the timeline when things will warm up coming up in five minutes. happening now, one person recovering following a wild crash that ended with a car in the charles river. all happened around 1:00 when two cars collided sending one to the water. the driver of the car was able to jump out before the car ended up in the water. divers spent hours pulling the car out of the water. one person was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. looking live to manchester, new hampshire where donald trump and mike as one of their final stops before election day. they won't be alone. hillary clinton will be getting love from president obama. he is visiting durham new hampshire to support clinton. we have team coverage as the candidates try to grab those final votes. sara. the framingham police department is under investigation by the attorney general's office accused of keeping a key to the evidence room hidden near the door. now we told but this over the weekend. chief ken ferguson e-mailed
about this. he said only two officers who are authorized to have access to the room knew the key's location. chief ferguson said that the key was likely hidden as a backup and for convenience. the statement goes on to say collective and disciplinary action will be imposed with respect to anyone who did not exercise due diligence in maintaining the security and integrity of the department's evidence room. chief ferguson said new security measure was added to the year ago. the evidence room was previously audited after an issue was reported there. will appear in court accused of hitting and dragging a police officer with his van. a man was arrested saturday for an incident on saturday night. obiniz was parked in the rite aid parking lot and was apparently using drugs. he hit the officer trying to get away. he is facing several charges, assault and battery with a
am at 128 needham. closures and detours in effect all weekend long at exit 19 so crews could take down the highland avenue bridge. it wrapped up hours ahead of schedule yesterday morning. the demolition of the toll plaza continues ahead of schedule. mass d.o.t. saying they are about two and a half weeks ahead. 81% of the booths are already gone. the state expects the bulk of the work to wrap up within another two weeks. people who love the icon of relief. it is staying orange. the dinosaur has been a stretch of that road for more than 50 years. over the weekend many were concerned when a hand written sign and that said "keep me orange." the developer planning new retail space told the herald they are planning to keep that dinosaur orange. this year's christmas tree crop has weathered the drought well, but the summer's dry
years down the road. their concern is with saplings that don't have established roots. those trees will be ready to sell in six years or 2022. with harsh growing conditions this year, they may not make it to no another drought. >> there potentially could be a slightly small iramount of trees out there to cut. more of a future type thing. >> sara: in the meantime, farmers are trying to combat the drought by using costly irrigation systems and planting types of tree on less water. >> gene: christmas trees, christmas commercials, christmas music, what is the date, the 7th of november. going on all over the place. >> sara: let's get through thanksgiving and then move on to christmas. >> shiri: today is a little cooler but will feel like it is late summer before we get to tomorrow. we don't have to embrace christmas if we don't want to yet. looking outside in boston, the rise and start is getting a little lighter out there as we track toward sunrise at 6:25
temperatures 37 degrees. wind chill is 29. and so there is little windy elements that will make things feel chilly. will give you temperature and wind chill for your town. clouds that are moving across the cape and islands and at times things moving into southeastern massachusetts and inland towns and cities stay nice and clear today, not just now but really for the rest of your day ahead. 7 a.m. temperatures sitting near freezing for a lot of the suburbs. boston down to 38 degrees and 40s and south shore here where we have a cup of extra clouds helping to hold in the heat. then as we head toward noontime, we have a couple of clouds over the southeast. the sunshine continues everywhere else with temperatures in the upper 40s for lunch hour at noon. this afternoon although many of you hit 50, you can see that we are dropping in temperatures here. by 5 p.m., it is going to be dark out. temperatures are going to be in the middle 40s and that is coming down from highs at 50 in lawrence and portsmouth, new
52. worcester at 47. boston, north shore and south shore only in the upper 40s. tonight, it is going to get cold again, so when you wake up tomorrow morning, let's plan around these. temperatures in the upper 20s and 30s so probably even going be too little cooler than what you find out there right now when you wake up tomorrow morning. but the warmest will be pretty impressive and go back into the low and mid-60s in spots like norwood for the day tomorrow. the next rain by the way coming in on wednesday. you can see spotty showers along that cold front. not expecting a temperatures will be in the middle at 56 degrees with wednesday with a chance of rain. thursday clears out at 50. and a slight risk for flurries and sprinkles friday or saturday. thick of the weekend will be sunday. and. and to julie with live drive time traffic. starting things off south of town. >> julie: south shore commuters nice and quiet. route 3 moving along fine. bright green on the map. a little volume building around the braintree split. 24 and 5 though are clear.
to the expressway where we haven't graduated to heavy, steady volume yet and that will happen within the next 45 minutes or so. the live drive times. 11 minutes from 228 to the split. 18 minutes on 24 approaching 128. 13 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to columbia road. back to you. well, 5:51 this morning. happening today, investigators are returning to the property in south carolina where a pom was found chained inside of a storage container on a rural south carolina property. it comes as the man accused of confesses to several more gruesome crimes. fox25's daniel miller joins us now with the new revelations in this case. >> reporter: yeah, gene. todd kohlhepp who is facing charge for kidnapping is a registered sex offender. police in north carolina are calling him a serial killer after he confessed to four murders an may have been involved in more. this comes after police found the body of the woman's boyfriend. todd kohlhepp confessed to shooting the man.
farm over the weekend. >> yes he did show us where two more graves are. he sure did. he showed us where two more victims -- four members of the spartanburg county society brutally murder. >> daniel: those determine the gender and age of the two other bodies how long they have been on todd kohlhepp's property. he may have been involved in three more murder too. this all started thursday when police found months after she went missing. brown told investigators she and her boyfriend had gone to todd kohlhepp's property looking for work. they are combing the farm looking for more victims. in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 news. boston fire officials may never figure out what caused a massive fire in roxbury over the weekend that killed one person and badly burned another. that house on george street went up in flames on saturday. investigators tell the boston
be able to get the evidence necessary to determine the cause. neighbors tell fox25 he ran to help after spotting a man running from the burning home. >> he was gasping for air and his face was in black smoke, and he was -- his clothes were burnt, and then as soon as they got him down to the sidewalk, a motorcycle cop came in, and he peeled his clothes off. and when we went and wrapping on all the doors. >> sara: th house is known as a popular spot for squatters. no word yet on the name of the man who died and the condition of the man who was hurt. an investigation in east longmeadow after a police involved shooting. a man charged officers with a knife and when the officer open fired. it happened while percent were trying to serve an arrest warrant friday night. 59-year-old clifford hearns was wanted for assault and battery of a family member. hospitalized in critical condition. the officer suffered minor
hampshire continue to hunt for an inmate who walked away from a transitional housing unit in manchester. thomas ramirez was supposed to report back to transitional housing late saturday night and he never showed up. police say he is serving time for criminal threatening, and he was supposed to be eligible for parole in january. once he is caught, he will facebook.com/fox4morningblend up to another seven years in prison. fox25 did some quick digging and found seven inmates out of that same facility since last year. a man is facing animal cruelty charges for shooting his neighbor's dog approximately told police he shot the dog because it was running and barking at him and his young son. the dog's owner said the dog was on his own property at the
medical devices. hospitals in our area were cited by the agency for problems with ten came to reporting incidents involving devices. one of the hospitals, mass general, is accused of failing to properly report a case where a device may have contributed to a patient's death. >> the vast majority of medical devices are safe and effective. when there are problems.medical devices, the results can really be tragic. >> gene: a spokes general tell fox25 that all the fda findings have been addressed. next month there will be a workshop to brainstorm with hospitals about medical devices. tens of thousands of runners hit the pavement for the 46th annual new york city marathon. a 19-year-old from the african nation of aritria became the youngest person in history to win the new york city marathon yesterday with a time of two hours, seven minutes and 51 seconds.
mcdaden took home gold for the fourth year which marked a clean sweep in the four major marathons. 800 runners used last year's race to enter into the upcoming boston marathon. boston marathon survivor was one of those that completed 9 new york city marathon. he is a member of the achilles wounded veterans team. we watched it on facebook live via the new york post. marathon bombing and he feels great an wands to do five or six marathons a year. >> gene: inspirational video. >> sara: fun to watch. a search fog on for a mother of two who went missing while jogging. the item they found that make
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the east and the west are mine. the north and the south are mine. all seems beautiful to me. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> sara: now at 6:00, one day to go before the election, and there is a mad dash to secure new hampshire. coming up, the massive rallies plan as both send their heavy hitters to the granite state. we are following breaking
news of the death of the groundbreaking attorney general. what we learned of janet reno's passing. retrieving a car from the charles river after a crash. why it is not the first time they had to do that. >> gene: good morning, everybody, 6:00 on this monday morning, november 7. we appreciate you spending time with us. i am gene lavanchy. >> sara: i am sara underwood. starting off a new week with a little bit of a chill. but thankfully shiri spear says we have 60s, about a day away. that is fantastic. from the storm tracker weather center with what we need to >> shiri: absolutely in the 20s and 30s. bedford at 29. nashua, new hampshire at 38. 33 in worcester. upper 30s in boston and 40s for the south shore, the cape and islands. south shore, cape and islands seeing a little more cloud cover thanks to these winds picking up a little bit of moisture. it is a breezy start over the cape, and i have been watching gusts this morning in the 20 and 30-mile-per-hour range. the reason i want to take you out to brockton for our hour-by-hour forecast.