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>> he called said and said donald, i support you, you're my friend. >> what he got from coach belichick. >> complete news coverage starts right now. this is fox25 morning news. 7:00 on election day, tuesday, november 8th, the polls now open in massachusetts. i'm gene lavanchy. >> sara: you will need a coat and gloves if you plan on voting early. >> hit 60? today. >> around lunchtime today, nice to see boston up to 40? this hour, last hour still in the 30s, but look it is so much colder, plymouth and beverly at 31?, 20s in bedford and nashua at 28 and very chilly start to
wind chills, but here is hour-by-hour forecast, and this is for somerville this morning. 9:00 a.m. 46?, with the sun, sun is not going anywhere but by 11:00 a.m. temperatures going up to about 56? early this afternoon we get into the lower 60s. we hang out there late votedders though temperatures dropping back into the lower 50s and upper 40s this evening. julie grauert is up now with weather and traffic together every ten minutes. julie, keeping close eye on the volume. >> julie: volume pictures ten minutes ago as you approach lynn fells parkway, slow on 93 south medford into somerville. overalthough things a little bit lighter than usual and i'm thinking the fact that a lot of kids have school off today has something to do with that. you can see expressway jampacked as you head past the gas tank. here are live drive times, 39 minutes on pike eastbound, 31 minutes on the expressway, 46 minutes on 93 south as you approach the zakim bridge. back to you. >> gene: after a roller
scandals, the most bizarre and unpredictable election season has finally drawing to a close. today america heads to the polls to pick the next president of the united states. >> sara: we have team coverage of this close race. catherine parrotta and michael henrich are at polling places in massachusetts and new hampshire and daniel miller keeping an eye in the important senate races, but we begin first with fox25 chris flanagan, he is in new york city where security is extremely tight and the presidential candidates cast the votes and t final returns, chris. >> yeah, they certainly do. the polls also opened a few minutes ago in new york city. hillary clinton expected to cast her ballot any minute from now. donald trump in manhattan. super security is tight, first time since nineteenthousand nine hundred forty-first time both candidates will be in lexington on election night, so security is really, really tight. nypd is deploying the largest
day. 5,000 security officers, police officers spread across the city, so it will be really tight. roads will be tight and really congested as well here in midtown manhattan. but the campaigning is now over. hillary clinton arriving home to westchester county airport last night after a world wind tour. final day on cape trail. she was in four key battle ground states, including making one final pitch to voters midnight rally in raleigh, north carolina. >> so i want want you to spread the word i do want to be president for all americans, not just some, not just the people that support me and vote for me. i want to be president for everyone because we all have a role to play in building. >> reporter: donald trump also making a last push. he ended a final day five state dash last night. he was in grand rapids, michigan, just hours after
nugent, michigan rocker and he expressed he will win this election. >> real change also means restoring honesty to our government. so the first thing we should do let's get rid of hillary. that's probably -- that would be a very good first step. >> reporter: now i guess you donald trump will hold the party and rally tonight behind me about a half block behind me at the hilton hotel, and hillary clinton she will have a party and rally over at the javet center. >> gene: new hampshire close electoral votes became a must have for both campaigns and yesterday its important and evidence as donald trump and president obama made a final
>> michael: trump also lead a letter of support that he claimed was from bill belichick. lakely radio appearance yesterday morning he had not voted yet and then brady's wife gisele posted on instagram that the pair is not backing trump regardless. as the saying goes, only vote that really matters is yours.
6:00 this morning at the top of this hour even more opened up throughout new hampshire and most closed tonight at 7:00, some close at 8:00, make sure to check the info on your polling place at fox25boston.com before you head to the polls. live in nashua, i'm michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: donald trump getting an early lead in new hampshire. their community under 100 voters can open polls at midnight. and it could be the last time the midnight vote happens there. plans to turn into a ski resort could make the population sore therefore it would make in it not eligible. hillary clinton went over half of them in and two to donald trump and one to gary johnson and surprise write-in for mitt romney. mills field different results 15 trump backers, four votes for clinton and one write-in for bernie sanders. >> sara: still ahead fox25
polling station in framingham that is just open in the past couple of minutes. of course, our local ballot questions are a big part of the election. her report coming up. plus we are talking live with supporters and opponents of recreational marijuana. keep it right here fox25 has team coverage all day long and chris flanagan will be joined by blair mill and her karry kavanagh and reports will start at 4:00 this afternoon. fox news live coverage at 7:00 and then will be back on 8:00 and bring you up-to-the-minute results all night long. >> gene: police forced to use pepper spray to control the crowd in galleria. people gathered to meet a celtics rookie and rap artist and the event became unruling. jessica reyes live outside the galleria where one point people were throwing bricks and glass.
inside the mall last night. more than 1,000 people inside when the crowd got out of control and took police not only mace but police dogs as well to break everything up. crazy scene inside the cambridge side galleria. huge crowds shoving their way forward hoping to get look at rapper designer and celtics new draft pick jailen brown. they tried to calm the crowd. >> my shoes trampled over and i had to hold on to my little brother to make sure he was okay. >> state police responded in full force coming out with canine to control the mob inside. >> everyone ran out. >> flipped over, stuff like that. >> had to hide in h&m. >> assaulted with glass and brick and forced to break up the crowd. >> 10 feet away. it was crazy. >> then police had had enough.
down to lynch mere and decided to squat there at which point the police made a wall and moving everyone down. >> jessica: as for arrest here last night, total of six people were arrested, all of them under 18, facing handful of misdemeanor charges, including trespassing and disturbing the peace and all of them are due in cambridge this morning, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: new this morning brookline crews putting out house fire overnight. the fire started at the back of the house and did damage the second floor. one firefighter appeared to have suffered minor injuries but there were no other reports of injuries to people living in the house. and crews are getting to work the deal with the water main break in boston. this happened in front of the boston college "t" stop. the water is now shut off but there are crews in the area so you might want to avoid that part of comm ave. >> also green line d branch they
lake street because of the water main break. right now 93 south we are 46 minute ride 495 in andover down to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: things pretty cold out there right now. plenty 20s and 30s and suburbs to get the day started and election day mostly sunny with highs in the 60s, i will time out the warm-up in less than ten minutes. >> gene: 7:11. one of the country's most iconic brands. springfield's smith and wesson wants to get rid of the make. the famous gun maker. >> sara: first the polls show tight race between donald trump and hillary clinton but wins in
?? our neighborhood public schools. they are the bedrock of our communities. 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 education,
after a year and a half of minutes ago and tight races that really could go either way. joining me now to talk about the race and what we should be looking for as we watch the results come in is boston university political historian tom wayland, thank you so much for joining us. >> my pleasure. >> can you believe we are finally here on election day after twists and turns? >> it has been like a journey to the wizard of oz here. >> let's talk about tonight and what states you really should be
first, a florida if trump loses does he have a chance. >> difficulty with latino voters and with growing puerto rican population and second generation cuban americans trending democratic it is going to be a really tough hill to climb for him. >> all right. michigan trump in order to get to 270 has to flip a couple of blue states red. does he have a shot at michigan? i know he was there last night, both candidateer united. >> i think he does. particularly disaffected white blue-collar workers and noneducated people in the state, so hillary -- you know, michigan has not gone republican since 1988 and that's why we have seen hillary go to the states so afternoon in the last few days. >> she can not lose that. if she loses pennsylvania that's
>> trump expected to do very well in pittsburgh and western pennsylvania. >> you spoke about the latino voters and how important they are in this election, particularly to hillary clinton campaign. talk more about that. >> i think this is the coming out party on national basis here. they will make a difference in number of states including of all places utah where they have kind of formed a political alliance with mormons against donald trump. >> early voting a election. 45 million people went out to vote early. what impact does that have? >> i think it has had a huge impact, especially before the fbi revelations they are going to reopen the case and then close it. for hillary i think democrats got a big boost there, especially in place like florida. >> it will be interesting. you say there's sort of parallel universe in early voting -- in voting people come out before 5:00 today and people that come out after and the afterfive that's when you might have the
and not turning out and it is all about voter turnout. >> right. people with more leisure time who are richer, wealthier, they will be four or 5:00 and more working class feel after 5:00. that might be the true pulse of america. >> tom brady, bill belichick apparently voting for donald trump. any thoughts on that? >> i think they should stick to football. that's what i think. [laughing] >> sara: i know you will be staying up late to watch the results as they come talking to you the next hour to talk about the battle for the senate which is going to be extremely interesting as well. tom wayland, thank you, let's head over to julie now. >> 7:17 is the time, things a little bit slow on 95 approaching 128. expressway slow going from the braintree split up to columbia road. otherwise it is just lighter morning today. a lot of kids out the from school because it is lexington day, so people are just out of their regular schedule and the regular grind.
in saugus and 93 south. stop and go through medford. bright date out there and things looking good on zakim bridge. here are live drive times, 38 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 30 minutes on the expressway, 48 minutes on 93 south approaching the zakim. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. shiri, we are seeing fluctuation in temperatures you're keeping an eye on. >> big time. not just from yesterday but where we are starting this then high 47. today we are back to the sixties. so warp-up is going to almost double temperatures in some spots like norwood, even lawrence. right now boston at 40?, i got 31 in plymouth, 32 in portsmouth, new hampshire. 43 in worcester. only 25? in norwood when one of my chillier suburbs right now. fitchburg at 32? and there's not a lot of wind, so really not going to bother too much with any kind of wind chills today but nine aim temperatures here
11:00 a.m. hello 60?, mid-sixties will do this afternoon and then once we hit the evening we are going to be dropping back through the 50s, even upper 40s by 7:00 p.m. for anyone casting ballots late in the day. this afternoon high temperatures peaking in the lower 60s up and down the coastline, just upper 50s for the cape and islands and your mid-60s, hot spots include norwood, framingham and fitchburg this afternoon. should be up to about 62 in manchester, new hampshire. future cast today easy going, no be warm and sunny for the day tomorrow, clouds roll in even when you wake up tomorrow morning, a lot of clouds around, we could see a stray shower passing through here during the morning hours. best bet for morning commute rain though will be central and western mass and southern new hampshire for tomorrow showers peaking in and around the boston area, right around lunchtime, anywhere 10:00 a.m. to about 2:00 in the afternoon and after that we got showers focused here over southeastern massachusetts for that drive home from work tomorrow so obviously we got all day risk of rain.
boston, evening south and east. so overnight tonight we stay clear up until midnight, lows in the 40s, tomorrow we got highs in the 50s. a little tough to get up to the 60s i think tomorrow, just between the clouds and that chance for rain. so 7-day forecast here weekend always in view. from 60s and sunshine today by far, the nicest day of 7-day forecast to mid-50s tomorrow and developing showers. thursday i will keep things dry at about 52? and partly cloudy skies. slight risk that we will get friday aer at 58 and look at cooldown for the weekend. i got temperatures starting near freezing both days. 45? on saturday. couple flurries around and some wind come sunday 52?. that is my pick of the weekend right now. it is looking nice and bright. back to you, gene. >> 7:20 this morning. newborn girl alive thanks to do the quick actions of complete stranger. this morning the baby's parents are sharing the story to fox25 and hopes of tracking down the
>> gene: brockton police a violent robbery. this happened on old farm lane yesterday morning. the victim came home to find a stranger in his house. chris haskins tells fox25 the robber had a sledgehammer so grabbed an ax handle and chased after him. >> i got to crack him a couple times while swinging sledgehammer and end up on top of me and trying to bash my head with the sledgehammer. >> ended up with injuries t doctor. >> problems with a phone charger sent seven adults and one child at local school to the hospital. boston firefighters say a student at the manville school in mission hill brought it to school and started sparking. when someone put water on sparks it gave off vapor that made several people sick yesterday and no one was seriously hurt. fire crews cleared the school for classes to continue. >> sara: today lawyers for
be fighting for appeal. robel phillipos was convicted of lying to the fbi during bombing investigation and his lawyers say his confession was coerced by a federal agent. phillipos himself will likely not appear in court for the hearing. we will let you know the outcome once the session wraps. >> gene: outcome of fentanyl and at least 1,000 opioid related deaths in our state. to grow. now learning 74% of the victims were positive for fentanyl. that's a drug 50 times stronger than heroin. it is not just the users who's lives are at stake. first responders also in danger. we also have changes being made to protect them on fox25boston.com. >> massachusetts based firearms massachusetts smith and wesson wants to change the corporate name and want to become american outdoor brand corps. the company says they feel the
firearms will continue to be marketed under the smith and wesson name. shareholders are expected to vote on proposed change soon. >> we got the gorgeous blue skies in boston right now. 40? i have to tell you this is one of my hot spots. i got a town by town look and still well below freezing temperatures coming >> gene: stillun 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.
kate: and i'm kate. kelly & kate: and we approved this message.
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them." vo: just one. ?? our neighborhood public schools. they are the bedrock of our communities. 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 t of all our kids to a quality education, vote no on question 2. ben hassan is my older brother. he is so funny, and so smart, and my best friend. all families have challenges, and my mom instilled in us very early on the importance of finding solutions to those challenges. and working really hard with your community to get things done. and she made it possible for ben and for me to have a family just like any other family. that's part of the reason
use that's what's in her heart... and mom's still that way today. i'm maggie hassan and i
approve this message. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> sara: next at 7:30, cold start to election day and skies will remain sunny. good morning, everybody, it is just about 7:30 on this tuesday election day. >> gene: a lot of folks voting and polls open half hour ago and shiri spear and stormtracker weather center weather will not be a factor. cannot use that as an excuse today, shiri, for not getting out. >> not at all. temperatures starting out a little bit cool but got the huge warm-up that we are talking about today.
>> sara: headquarters not far away from where you're standing right now. >> not far at all. as a matter of fact, donald trump will be half block behind me at hilton hotel here in midtown, manhattan and both be here in new york city. last night making one mad dash final dash on the campaign trail. both of them holding midnight rallies. trump in michigan, clinton and
campaign trail. >> and years from today when your kids and grandkids asked what you did in 2016 and you will be able to say you voted for a stronger fairer better america. >> we don't need jay-z or beyonce or need jon bon don't need lady gaga. all we need is great ideas. >> both candidates ready, security will be extremely tight. 5,000 police officers who work special detail here on election
closed, first time in more than 70 years both presidential candidates will be in new york city on election night. now, polls open here in new york about half hour ago, hillary clinton expected to cast her vote in chappaqua and donald trump will vote at 10:00. live this morning in new york city, chris flanagan, fox25 news. >> gene: one of the issues decided on and controversial ballot questions weighing catherine parrotta live at polling place in framingham and, catherine, things open there in 30 minutes ago. how busy has it been in the early going so far? >> it has been nonstop. sitting out in the parking lot ahead of the polls opening and people starting to arrive as early as 6:30 or so this morning. the line that you see here people are streaming in and also extends out into the hallway here at keith regional technical school in framingham and as we mentioned not just about the presidential candidate, it is
be interesting to see what voter turnout is like today. this is the first election for which massachusetts allowed early voting and ran from october 24th through november 4th and many communities saw great success. the state has 4.5 million registered voters and more than 1 million cast their ballots during the early voting period. still today expected to be a busy day at the polls in addition to the presidential race, voters will also weigh in on four binding ballot questions, two of them in particular have divided not one of the questions is question two. voters need to decide if they should allow 12 approvals for the charter schools and expanded enrollment in charter schools and enrollment can't exceed 1% of the statewide public school enrollment. governor charlie baker has been vocal in supporting the yes vote, even appearing in tv ads and charter schools give parents a choice and provide a pathway for students, trapped in a failing school. boston mayor marty walsh urging
charter school numbers too quickly and drain district budgets. the other question we heard a lot about is question four, deals with the legalization of marijuana. voters need to decide if the state should allow people over the age of 21 to possess, use and distribute limited amounts of marijuana. those activities will be dicriminallallized and regulate and tax marijuana accessories and products. this one governor baker urging northbound as gateway drug that would transf streets but supporters of question four say prohibiting marijuana use hasn't worked and makes sense to tax and regulate it. waiting to come into the hall in this room and which of the questions were most important for them and all question two about the charter schools and again that will be different for everybody and see there's quite a turnout despite the early voting and polling place as we
in framingham, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> sara: balance of power in u.s. senate is also at stake during today's vote during analyst and not being able to predict what is going to happen right now. daniel, fierce fight between the candidate. >> daniel: that's right. two women candidates, republican senator kelly ayotte and mage hassan and ayotte is one of 24 republican senators looking to hold on to her seat tonight. she is locked in a very balance of power and congress is on the line. matter of hours we will know who will take senate seat in new hampshire. senate seat one of about handful of seats up for grabs tonight. take look at this map. there are seven races that polls are showing could go either way. many of them are in swing states in nevada, indiana, wisconsin, missouri, north carolina,
right now. the democrats hold 46. meaning democrats have to flip four seats to gain control if hillary clinton wins if donald trump wins and too close to call and some polls showing incumbent kelly ayotte in the lead and mage hassan ahead and both made final pitches to voters monday and 19 events planned and before joining president obama at unh. while hassan has lined herself strongly with hillary clinton ayotte has done the opposite and says she will not vote for him. the party must have 51 seats and gop currently has 54. in event of tie the vice president has 50/50 deciding vote. we will have to see how that plays tonight as voters head to
fox25 news. >> sara: polls now open in massachusetts and fox25 has team coverage all day long. chris flanagan will be joined tonight by blair miller and karry kavanagh in new york city. join us at 4:00 today and throughout the night and up-to-the-minute results as ballots are counted. >> gene: now at 7:38 local headlines this morning georgetown police officer recovering at home after the cruiser was hit in construction zone. video from the scene on 95 north before route 133 last night. police say the officers cruiser was parked with blue lights flashing when it was hit from behind. the officer was treated and released from the hospital. the driver of the other car was also treated for minor injuries.
the crash. >> threw himself on top of matt when matt went down. >> awful and tell everything okay and wouldn't know. it is hard. just looked at me and get the guy. >> officers hard and he o'connor on full duty. >> gene: parents of amesbury newborn finding mystery child's life. saw baby was struggling to breathe and called 911 and ran outside and started running for help and neighbor overheard the commotion and gave the baby lifesaving help. >> one nice lady came running out of nowhere in the dark and grabbed her from me and started doing cpr on her and soon after i heard her start crying. >> gene: ambulance arrived few minutes after that and raelynn
give her big thank you. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. 93 south things a little bit slow out there, 40 minutes and that's in the segment from the cloverleaf down to the leverett connector, average speed 15 miles per hour. shiri? >> shiri: better check the fox25 weather app and huge range in temps and sunshine in the 50s for the drive home from work. in between i will show what you
and my best friend. all families have challenges, and my mom instilled in us very early on the importance of finding solutions to those challenges. and working really hard with your community to get things done. and she made it possible for ben and for me to have a family just like any other family. that's part of the reason that she got involved in public service, because that's what's in her heart... and mom's still that way
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joined this morning by matthew allen, in fear of question four and field director and outspoken opponents and appreciate you guys here this morning. people smoke pot, they will continue to smoke pot, this bill says let's legalize it, let's tax it. why not go other way states have gone and follow the lead where you can generate it as much as in the state of wain >> we know there's a lot of people who are open to legalization but this vote today not about the concept of legalization and specific 24 page ballot question and actually more about commercial situation than it is legalization. it is about creating a multiple billion dollar pot industry in massachusetts and unfortunately what we have seen in colorado and washington is that this industry is following the play book of big tobacco. they are selling and promoting highly potent pot edibles like
and other products, sodas. there's no solution in the ballot question to deal with the problem of drivers who are driving high and we have seen an increase in fatalities from drunk driving in washington state and specific question takes away a lot of control from cities and towns. >> not legalization and how actually worded. >> broadest coalition i have ever seen doctors to business people mayor to governor bake and her different views on legalization in coalition and all agree this ballot question is wrong for massachusetts and send back to the drawing board. >> what about that, matthew, and things are concerning shouldn't pass, why should she pass it and maybe not wait and have the legislature take look at it later? >> sad fact is later failed to move on issue for the past 40 years. we have had marijuana legalization bills in
1980 and by now we know that the drug wars fail and continue to arrest people for low level marijuana crimes and these arrest unfortunately are racially bias, even though white people and black people use marijuana at the same rates, blacks are more than three times more likely than whites to be arrested for marijuana possession for personal use. >> colorado pointed out on website there haven't been any disparity and change in disparity in the racial -- in as far as racial make-up those being arrested. >> they have gone down >> racial disparity. >> that means less criminal records which means barriers to education, housing and employment. the difference here because we do have decriminalized marijuana for right now, people being arrested for higher amounts they don't and felony for people under 18 and disparity comes
department of public health, the biggest study of its kind. so what we want to do is be smart on marijuana. >> support legalization and support question four. time to listen to constituents. they say it is time. why not follow the lead and say okay. >> moment ago, i noy a lot of people are open to legalization and urge no on question four be massachusetts, pot edibles will be heavily marketed, using billboards and pot shops in all around neighborhoods that's not the right way to go about legalizing marijuana. >> not true. >> tactics and exaggerations have been hallmark of this campaign. municipality allowed to ban if they want and restrictions on marketing and forbids any marketing toward you.
open and already out casting ballots. thank you very much and appreciated time as well. >> route 3 south of town moving along fine, no issues here. i do have an accident on 24 right as you approach 128 in randolph. another accident on 128 at intersection of route 1. expressway to columbia road, very bright out t sun glasses and expect to be in stop and go conditions as head past the gas tank. here are live drive times, 18 minutes on route 3 from 228 to the split. 23 minutes on 2433 minutes on expressway from the braintree split to columbia road. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now with more on temperature bouncing back and fourth that we are doing. >> shiri: feels like november and when you wake up feel more
ingredients and conducive to very chilly mornings and that's what we have in place right now. as far as voting goes across the country only showers i really see out toward this cold front that would affect ohio valley and louisiana and texas and thunderstorms but nothing severe. i don't have any snow, don't think that we have any big problems from the weather no matter where folks w with 40? in boston right now, the winds are light enough that wind chills not really something that we need to break down so at 9:00 a.m. 48? and 11:00 a.m. 55 and close to 60 here this afternoon, even in the city, keep in mind if you're waiting to vote until this evening maybe after to work and 51? in boston by 7:00 p.m. and a lot of burbs will be back into 40s by then and 61 in boston and plymouth
and islands, some middle 60s in spots like norwood and fitchburg end up being the warmest out there. nashua, new hampshire not too bad at 62 with all that sun. tomorrow though it is a day spent in the 50s and don't see downpours but few hundred of inch of rain and quarter inch of rain and that's not a drought buster. here is how it plays out in the morning hours we are going to have to watch boston and metrowest for rogue shower or two and most of the rain during the morning commute up in southern new hampshire, merrimack valley, central massachusetts and gets to boston area and late-morning and lunchtime showers are peeking in and around boston, anywhere 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. your best shot at getting some steadier rain showers in there. although it looks mostly light and southeastern massachusetts and we have rain for the forecast for the day tomorrow
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. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh.
>> gene: third body has been found on south carolina property
belonging to todd kohlhepp. authorities were first alerted where they found kayla brown two months walked away and shoot to kill her boyfriend and kohlhepp has confessed to killing more people in previously unsolved case. gene: nearly a week mother of two vanished in california. now her husband is speaking out. knew something was wrong when
and abducted and determined to bring her home. >> we are trying and -- we are trying the best week and so sorry i'm not there. >> he put up $50,000 reward for safe return. >> sara: angelina jolie and brad pitt come to sole custody of the six children and pitt will be allowed to have therapeutic visits with the kids and likely seek joint custody. jolie filed for divorce and aggressive toward the son on airplane.
line putting sexual undertones. >> gene: coveted holiday toy. hatchable sold out for weeks and sought after toy which let's kids nurture a speckled egg until it hatches. still available on amazon and triple the price. one less thing we saw them $160 and ebay some climbing past $1,000. experts say they haven't seen anything like this in years comparing them to the tickle me elmo craze which seemed like yesterday. >> sara: we were a huge part of the tickle me elmo craze. emma was obsessed. >> gene: hatchables sound like a good toy. >> i'm not mentioning in my
and ticketed event turned violent in matter of minutes and huge police response that helped shut it down. >> had temperatures yesterday only in the 40s in beverly, plymouth and worcester and portsmouth, new hampshire. today up around 60? and timing out the warm-up next. >> and we caught up with out the warm-up next. >> and we caught up with governor baker 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. and they have no choice. imagine if your kids were trapped in a failing school. public charter schools give parents a choice and are a pathway to success for these kids. if you like your school, question 2 won't affect you. but question 2 will change the future for thousands of kids who need your help.
i'm maggie hassan, and new hampshire has a very clear choice: do we keep going with a senator who repeatedly votes with the corporate special interests... es with the people
of new hampshire? my focus has always been on creating opportunity for working families: making college and job training more affordable. lowering prescription drug costs. and always protecting a woman's right to make her own health care decisions. these are my priorities, why i approve this message... and why i respectfully ask
?? our neighborhood public schools. they are the bedrock of our communities. 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 education,
complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> sara: election day here and i'm sara underwood. >> gene: a lot of activity out there already. i'm gene lavanchy. heading to work and going to school and some schools are closed days because election day and going to bundle up and shiri spear in the stormtracker weather center. >> i have a feeling there's a lot of this out there because it is chilly, at least not and boston going up another three? last hour, 43?, we are at 36 in lawrence, 33 in norwood, 20s still in spots like orange or keene, new hampshire. in the 40s right now for the cape and islands, so the winds are nice and calm and somerville here is how the warm-up goes by 10:00 a.m., 53? by noon time,
>> ten minutes ago 24 north right before 128 in randolph, see it is off to the right-hand shoulder now and see have people tapping brakes to see if they have enough room so they don't have more severe problem. taking you out to map waiting for the accident to clear on 128 northbound at route 1. shifting north of the pike still a little bit of slowing on earlier accident and things stop and go through medford. here are live drive times, 27 minutes on the expressway. 19 minutes on 24, that's because of the accident we just pointed out, 22 pike eastbound from 495 to the weston tolls. back to you. >> gene: it is election day and live look at chappaqua, new york, where bill and hillary
it is swarmed. donald trump will be in manhattan about 10:00 where trump expected to cast his ballot. >> sara: what an election season it has been. it has been a year of campaign scandals right up to the very end. we have team coverage this morning. catherine parrotta and michael henrich are at polling places in massachusetts and new hampshire. daniel miller is in the newsroom keeping an eye on important senate raises but first city where candidates are preparing for election night. >> reporter: security is super super tight and first time both major nominees will be in new york city on election night. nypd is unprecedented level of security where 5,000 police officers all throughout the city because security will be so
city and closed down as well here in manhattan. world wind frantic day last day on the campaign trail, she was visiting four different battle ground states including or a midnight rally urging voters in raleigh, north carolina there to vote for her. >> so i want you to know and i want you to want to be president for all americans, not just some, not just the people who support me and vote for me. i want to be president for everyone because we all have a
trump urging voters not to give up as expressed confidence he will win this election. real change also means restoring honesty to our government. so the first thing we should do let's get rid of hillary. okay. >> live look chappaqua, new york, not far from new york city, see hillary clinton and president bill cosby cosby -- bill clinton voting this morning as they cast the vote after arriving early this morning from the campaign trail flying in to westchester from raleigh, north carolina live look from chappaqua, new york where hillary clinton and president clinton and hurry up and wait until we wait for the
trump will hold party at his hotel behind me about a half block behind me at hilton hotel in midtown, hillary clinton over the java center on west side of manhattan holding a party and rally there as well. >> charlie baker was up early to cast his ballot and governor and wife voted around 7:00 in baker, of course, said he is not supporting donald trump or hillary clinton for president. after he voted he said it is the first time in his life that he has not voted for presidential candidate but stressed it is important to vote anyway. >> i have lots of friends voting for hillary clinton, lots of friends voting for donald trump and i respect their decision and i respect their opinion and most important thing is people need to come out and exercise the right and vote all the way up and down the ballot.
night. >> i support you, you're my friend, and i voted for you. >> michael: trump also read letter of support was from coach bill belichick and brady told weei in weekly radio appearance yesterday morning and had not voted yes and brady's wife gisele posted on instagram is pair not backing trump. all of that said your vote is one that counts the most as saying remain open here at this national location until 8:00. but it has to be noted. most new hampshire polling places do close at 7:00. go to fox25boston.com for voting guide. you can find out the specific time and place information where you can cast your ballot. for now live in nashua, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: donald trump early lead in the new hampshire polls
state and any community with 100 voters can open the poll at midnight. this year eight people in dixville notch cast ballot and hillary clinton went over half of them. two votes went to trump, one to gary johnson and surprised by mitt romney vote. framingham, report on important local ballot questions coming up this hour. fox25 has team coverage all day long. chris flanagan will be joined tonight by blair miller and karry kavanagh in new york city. their live reports will start at 4:00 today. fox news will bring you live coverage at 7:00 and will be back on at 8:00 and up-to-the-minute results all
and 1,000 young people gathered to meet a new celtic and rapper. when that event quickly got out of hand jessica reyes live outside the mall where people were throwing bricks and glass at police officers. jess, good morning. >> good morning, gene. yeah, very scary scene here last night and group of kids all under the age of 18. they are due in court this morning to answer to charge for this. they got so bad in here people had to come with not only mace but dogs to >> jessica: celtics new draft pick jaylen brown and tried to calm the crowd more than 1,000 but things spiraled out of control quickly. >> shoes and body trampled and hold on to little brother to make sure it is okay. >> cambridge, boston, local colleges and state police responded in full force. coming out with canine to control the mob inside.
>> ran out, flipped over and had to hide in h&h. h&h -- m. >> they had to break up the crowd. >> jessica: people gathered again and by then police had enough. >> make way down to lynch mere and they just decided to squat there and which point the police made a wall and started moving everyone down. >> jessica: total of six for this last night and due in court this morning and facing handful of misdemeanor charges for this. live in cambridge, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> julie: 93 south 47 minutes ride andover to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: watching a lot of 30s on the map. afternoon temperatures into the 60s. i'm timing out the warm-up next. >> gene: 8:12.
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>> sara: it has been a long bizarre road to the white house and finally election day and will surely be one for the record books. joining us now for boston university political historian tom wayland to talk about the battle for the senate and whole lot more. and dem pick up four or five senate seats to >> whether it goes democratic or republican in the senate. >> sara: tell me why. >> pick up seat in wisconsin and pennsylvania and if they don't pick up new hampshire which is their next best bet probably not going to be able to pull it off
turnout favor democratic candidate. >> lets just pretend that hillary clinton becomes president and the senate is in republican control still. how difficult is it going to be for her to get anything done? >> it is going to be very difficult. particularly since they might not have control very long because tim kaine's seat might go to special election and appoint someone to pill in the seat -- fill in the seat and republican so republicans regain control of the senate and what you have here is complete and utter deadlock. essentially ungovernable country. >> think about the supreme court and how we still need to fill anthon scalia's seat. >> sara: are they going to
everything possible to every single nominee puts forward and again, the center is not holding here in american politics. >> historic things of the election, if trump becomes president, he would be the oldest to become president, hillary if she becomes president, first female, tell me your thoughts in all of that. >> first spouse, first dude to be in >> sara: send over to you, julie. >> julie: let's start south of the pike where i'm seeing things still going on the braintree split up to around morrissey boulevard. earlier accident on 24 has
shifting north route 1 still a little bit slow as you approach lynn fells parkway and 93 south is seeing heavy volume. but actually this shot that we see you of route 1 south through saugus really opened up and just a little bit earlier than usual. i think we can also credit school being canceled for a lot of kids today, kids out of school because it is election day. here are live drive times, 29 minutes route 1, 48 minutes 93 south and 40 minutes pike eastbo and drive times, haven't had eye on temperature and difference we have seen in early morning hours that we woke up. >> dip into the 30s here and back at 43? and still frosting and freezing in a lot of suburbs, joule, so clear, oftentimes clear mornings are the coldest. now we got scattered rain coming back tomorrow and very cold by the weekend. so feeling a little bit of couple different seasons, not just forecast today, but in the forecast for the week.
norwood at 33?, we are up to 42 now in fitchburg. let's take a little hour-by-hour look at the forecast there starting with the sunshine at 10:00 a.m. 56?, by lunchtime we are in the lower 60s. we hang out there for the afternoon and once the sun goes down we will dip back into the 50s and eventually 40s for very late voters tonight. so afternoon high temperatures lower sixties in ipswich and boston and plymouth and string middle 60s norwood to framingh a fitchburg and manchester, new hampshire at 62? and 50s over the cape and islands with that sun. so future cast today really easy going. as far as voting goes i have no excuses from the weather department today. warm, it is sunny and tomorrow morning we got clouds setting the stage here for morning commute. we will have to watch out for couple isolated showers in the boston area and best chance for rain is in central mass, southern new hampshire, merrimack valley through the morning commute, getting into boston probably late-morning and continuing through lunchtime
in boston but continuing over southeastern massachusetts here into the evening commute and inland towns and cities will dry out, also see the clouds break apart just a little bit and clear skies tonight up until midnight with lows in the 40s and then the clouds roll in, those clouds giving showers tomorrow and cooler temperatures just in the mid to upper 50s. 7-day forecast for the weekend always in view from sixties today to 50s in and rain showers tomorrow. thursday is going to be the next dry day at 52?. we got friday and even some flurries and much cooler weekend on the way in particular for saturday. back over to you. >> gene: 8:21. violent sledgehammer attack and
had a sledgehammer and grabbed ax handle and chased after him. >> crack couple times slaying the sledgehammer on top of me and on my chest and bash head in with sledgehammer. >> injuries to his head and declined to see a doctor. >> today the lawyers for friend of boston marathon bomber dzhokhar tsamaev will be back in federal court fighting for an appeal. robel phillipos was convicted of lying to the fbi during bombing investigation but his lawyers by federal agent. >> gene: so far this year there's been at least 1,000 opioid related deaths in our state and experts only expect the number to grow. now we are learning 74% of the victims tested positive for fentanyl. that's a drug 50 times stronger than heroin.
are at stake and details of the changes being made to protect them at our website at fox25boston.com. >> toll plaza demolition is ahead of schedule and some spots mass pike. mass dot says eight toll plaza locations are moving on to phase ii of construction. during the phase traffic will be detoured on to newly paved sections of the road and drivers can travel at posted work zone speed. the second phase of toll scheduled to start until thanksgiving. >> shiri: warm-up taking you straight into the weekend when we come back.
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 r 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
i'm maggie hassan, and new hampshire has a very clear choice: do we keep going with a senator who repeatedly votes with the corporate special interests... or a new senator who sides with the people of new hampshire? my focus has always been on creating opportunity for working families: making college and job training more affordable. lowering prescription drug
costs. and always protecting a woman's right to make her own health care decisions. these are my priorities, why i approve this message... and why i respectfully ask for your vote. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: back here at 8:30 and boston common and now if heading out warm coat and gloves going out early to vote but big turn around this afternoon you're not
what a perfect day and all across the country, shiri. >> shiri: no big -- there's no snow falling in the united states today. just couple rain showers. nothing severe. great news and locally the only hump that we have to get over the fact that it is cool this morning. 47 in worcester but 27 in barre. yes, 27? still in barre. 28 in hollis, new hampshire. 35 in boylston getting closer to boston and lower 40s in lynn, boston and hull, all the way up to salisbury, still at 34 in nati, in mansfield, still got plenty of spots close to freezing, including norton at 32?. we are at 39 in duxbury, 36 in falmouth, brr factor this morning. here is how it goes in boston, temperatures next couple hours by 10:00 a.m. sliding into the lower 50s. i got us at 58? at noon time under mostly sunny skies. here at 3:00 p.m. let's say about 58 if not 60? but if you're casting ballot later this evening, 7:00 p.m. temperature
drive time traffic this morning. julie, tracking slow spots julie slow spots including new accident, shiri, 93 south right before atlantic ave, approach 128. over all volume has been a little bit lighter today and a lot of schools, a lot of kids out of school because it is election day. over to the pike looking good through natick and through the weston tolls and then approaching allston-brighton area. expressway that's the slow pot, northbound and southbound a little bit volume building there right around morrissey boulevard. live drive route 1 south, 45 minutes on 93 south and 36 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit for the pike. back to you. >> sara: it has been a long election season and a lot of voters are feeling the fatigue, but tonight one of these candidates will be the next president. >> gene: fox25 chris flanagan live in new york city where the candidates will be watching those votes from the campaign headquarters which only about a mile apart. chris, good morning.
>> don't need jay-z or beyonce, don't need jon bon jovi. we don't need lady gaga. all we need is great ideas to make america great. that's all we need. that's all we need. >> we are told donald trump expected to cast his half block behind me on hilton hotel and hillary clinton hold the rally at the center mile or so from here. a lot going on here in new york city. both candidates here in midtown today. live in new york city, chris flanagan, fox25 news. >> sara: presidential race part of the ballot. also weighing in on important and controversial questions. fox25 catherine parrotta is live in framingham where voting
>> there was a good initial rush here at keith technical regional high school in framingham. now, it is sort of wound down a little bit but still a steady stream of people coming in. every single booth here is filled right now with people casting ballots and will be pretty interesting to see what voter turnout is like throughout the day today. this is the first election for which massachusetts allowed early voting. ran from october 24th through november 4th and many communities saw great success
>> gene: balance of power at stake at today's vote including contentious rate in new hampshire. daniel miller joins us now. daniel, this has been a fierce fight between the two candidate. >> two women candidates here, republican senator kelly ayotte and democratic governor mage hassan. ayotte one of 24 republican senators looking to hold on to seat tonight and locked in very tight race with maggie hassan >> we will know who will take one of the senate seats in new hampshire. that senate seat just one of about handful of seats up for grabs tonight. take a look at this map. there are seven raises that polls are showing could go either way. many of them are in swing states of nevada, indiana, wisconsin, missouri, north carolina, pennsylvania and new hampshire. republican 54 senate seats right now and democrats hold 44 with two independents meaning
seats to gain control if hillary clinton wins, five if donald trump wins. race in new hampshire is too close to call. some polls showing incumbent kelly ayotte in the lead. others are showing maggie hassan ahead. both candidates made the final pitches to voters monday. both candidate held events in the granite state. ayotte had 19 events planned. hassan met in peterborough at un strongly with hillary clinton and done with donald trump and hasn't endorsed him and said she won't vote for him. in order to take control of the senate a party must have at least 51 seats. the gop currently has 54. in the event of tie the vice president has 50/50 deciding vote. we will have to see how it all plays out tonight as voters head to the polls. in the newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> daniel: fox25 team coverage on election day all day long.
tonight by blair miller and karry kavanagh in new york city. joining us starting at 4:00 this afternoon and up to the date and up-to-the-minute with all the results and all the ballot question updates too as votes continue to come in. >> sara: new this morning in brookline crews putting out house fire on cyprus street. they did that overnight and back of the house and damaged the second floor. one firefighter appeared to suffer minor injuries but there were no other reports of injury to people living in the house. crews are deal with water main break in boston. this happened in front of the boston college "t" stop. the water is now shut off but the -- there are crews in the area so you might want to avoid that part of commonwealth avenue. >> gene: brighton man held without bail after accused of killing man. man accused of killing
during a drug deal. they used gps bracelet. it was a condition of his bail in the attempted murder case out in middlesex county. >> gene: georgetown police officer recovering at home and video from the scene on 95 north just before one -- just before route 133. this happened last night. police say the officers cruiser was parked with blue lights flashing when hit from behind. officer was treated and the driver of the other car was also treated for minor injuries. police are still investigating the crash. >> sara: two manchester police officers shot in line of duty received one of new hampshire's top honors. officer ryan hard and he matt o'connor awarded the medal of valor in ceremony three dozen other officers and police dispatchers. hardy and o'connor shot in the line of duty since arrest last may. during the ceremony learned how another officer bravely jumped
>> pretty much threw himself on top of matt after matt went down. >> everything going to be okay. it was hard. just looked at me. >> sara: hardy and o'connor back on duty. >> gene: early saturday morning parents of vvillado. >> grabbed her from me and cpr and soon after start crying and she was getting there. >> after that raelynn at home and doing fine.
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 gree 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. >> sara: as donald trump continues to claim the election
>> shiri: nothing severe out there, know that we are conditions for casting your vote, especially here at home, 43? right now in boston area and 10:00 a.m. temperatures in the middle 50s, followed by upper 50s by lunchtime and peak close to 60? and casting ballot late today keep in mind late this evening temperatures are going to drop back into the lower 50s or even the upper 40s in some of the suburbs. coming down from highs and low mid-60s i think we will take it, hot spots today include norwood at 64, fitchburg at 65?.
still plenty warm for this time of the year. then tomorrow it ends up being a little cooler. more clouds, more showers around, so temperatures in and around the boston area probably back into the upper 50s but look at into central mass, southern new hampshire, it is going to be more like low and mid-50s. it is going to start feeling quite a bit cooler. rain totals not impressing me that much. i think getting anywhere trace to about a quarter inch of rain. i'm seeing maybe even a little bit less than that and going to be scattered showers a chance for some showers during the morning commute. points north and west of boston so central mass southern new hampshire merrimack valley even the north shore. can't rule out come showers as driving into work but i think showers end up peaking late-morning to early afternoon so smack-dab in the middle you got noon and you got lunchtime, eastern massachusetts the wet spot on the matt and then for 5:00 p.m. the drive home from work here tomorrow evening, it
even seeing some breaks in cloud cover. 7-day forecast always in view takes us from the sixties today and sunshine by far the nicest day on that 7-day forecast to tomorrow increasing clouds and developing kind of scattered showers and 56 and 62 on thursday, partly cloudy skies by friday i got the chance for late days showers in the mix but again, it is looking incredibly patchy to me over the weekend and saturday few clouds around and co flurries and wind and he temperatures are going to be a lot cooler, highs around 45. in fact, only got worcester about 39 on saturday, so talk about a bitter start to the weekend. by the second half of the weekend we got lower 50s back with mix of sun and scattered clouds and monday shaping up mostly sunny at pix. back to you guys.
ben hassan is my older brother. he is so funny, and so smart, and my best friend. all families have challenges, and my mom instilled in us very early on the importance of finding solutions to those
challenges. and working really hard with your community to get things done. and she made it possible for ben and for me to have a family just like any other family. that's part of the reason that she got involved in public service, because that's what's in her heart...
i'm maggie hassan and i approve this message. >> sara: angelina jolie will have sole custody and brad pitt will have likely seek custody. he was aggressive toward son on airport. sara: prince harry says the media needs to harassing the girlfriend. rumors with actress megan markil has making headlines the past few weeks and prince says media crossed line by using racial understones and sexism in the articles and lives able to remain private despite the celebrity status. >> gene: all parents need to
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said donald, i support you. >> julie: tight races and voters winning over in new england. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> daniel: 9:00 a.m. on tuesday november 8th, election day. daniel miller. >> julie: i'm julie grauert. regardless beautiful day out there. people will love it or hate it as far as politics goes and i guess the weather too, shiri. >> daniel: don't hate the messenger. >> shiri: temperature now getting enclosess to 50 in boston, 49? there now and good-bye 20s, we barely got 30s left on the map. 35 in keene and orange.