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. and all kinds of action in the end zone. >> julie: now at 4:00, a tough loss after a controversial end to the pats game. the noncall that has fans booing as they booing as they left the stadium. kelly ayotte could leave the senate and could go to the white house. the high-profile position she could be considered for. a teenager spots a man at a local store and got the stranger stop it. how he got him to take off and leave the girl alone. this is the fox25 morning news. >> daniel: hi, there, 4 a.m. on this monday, november 14, a
>> julie: good morning, i am julie grauert. the cold air will hit you when you hit the door but by lunchtime things will be much better. shiri spear in the storm tracker weather center with details. shiri? >> shiri: i don't know you but i am ready for 60s and have to wait for lunchtime today. lower 40s in lawrence and down to norwood only 26. plymouth, 31. you better check out that map before you leave the house. if you are in the 20s u hour-by-hour forecast. tewksbury by 6 a.m., upper 30s, clear skies, sunshine almost all day long. 8 a.m. in the lower 40s. by 10 a.m., we are in the lower 50s. and there tough, by lunchtime still close to 60 degrees. we make it there for more towns and cities. today being the pleasant day. heavy rain, gusty winds. coastal flooding concerns all on tap. i will break down the timing of those threats when i am back
julie has live drive time traffic. >> julie: a lot of quiet. green on the map. shift south of the pike, the expressway is moving along wine. 23 minutes from the pike eastbound from 495 to mass avenue. 9 minutes on the expressway. 29 minutes from andover to the leverett connector. 4:02 right now. if you were up right now it is safe to say you did not catch the end of the patriots game and a shame because this one was a nail biter ending with a controversial no call. robert kraft to take part in the salute to our veterans. the game was ball scoring. legarrette blunt would get it done on the ground with a monster of a night with three tds. seahawks scored on seven of their nine drives drug will field goal. in the fourth, the patriots are driving when julian edelman fumbles his second of the season and this one would be
two and they don't make it. patriots have a chance to march down field and set up with 4th and goal at the 1. the pass to gronk is uncomplete after he and cam chancellor are all over one another. gronk wants the call, but the refs let it slide. the pats lose 31-24. after the game, tom brady talked about the final throw. >> a lot of contact with that team. sometimes you get the call. sometimes you don't. certainly looks like it comes down t better job of, and they are a good team, you know. we knew that going in and we had to play better than the way we played. next week the plaits head west to take on the 9lers in san francisco. tom leyden was up covering the game but he will be back breaking down the highlights from the game. at 6:00, tom and gene will look at what the loss means for the patriots and what the defense
she just said, congratulations, donald, well-done. >> do you regret any of the things you said about her? >> well, it was a devil side -- they were tough and i was tough. >> are you as you said to her face, going to try to put her in jail? >> i tell you what i am going to do. i am going to think about it. >> julie: donald trump is not ruling out appointing a special prosecutor to investigate hillary clinton in the first winning the presidency. >> daniel: the president-elect is already making cabinet positions. former r nc chairman reince priebus reince priebus will be his chief of staff and steve bannon will be his chief strategist. a key foe gus was on immigration. he is backing down on some campaign promise blues hit the ground running on others. >> julie: ted daniels has
>> on day one we will begin on work on an unpenetrable, physical, tall, powerful, beautiful southern border wall. >> reporter: that was donald trump the candidate, this is donald trump, the president-elect. >> are you really going to build a wall. >> yes. >> reporter: trump conceded that portions of his wall may be fence and the building will coincide with the mass deportation of illegal immigrants. >> what we are going get the people who are criminal and have criminal records, gang deaders, drug dealers, a lot of these people, 2 million, probably 3 million we are getting them out of our country or incarcerate them. >> reporter: trump did not say howie accomplish that. house speaker paul ryan a fellow republican attempting to calm fears. >> we are not erecting a deportation force. >> reporter: he said he will keep his prom moist to abolish
obamacare and it won't happen until there is a new plan. he would like to keep the provision that ro exhibits insurers from denying coverage to people with pre-existing conditions. as for the protests against him including a large one wednesday night in boston, trump responded with this. >> i just don't think they know me. >> reporter: ted daniel, fox25 news. >> daniel: trump added that the protesters have nothing to be afraid of and asked them to give him a chance. he talked of the mr. obama. called him smart, nice and praised his sense of humor. the anti-trump protests continue across the country. protesters in san francisco shut down parts of market street. things remain peaceful as the crowd moved through the city chanting. some streets were shut down, but there have been no reports of arrests or vandalism. new hampshire senator kell he ayotte is being mentioned for a spot in donald trump's cabinet. ayotte lost her senate seat by
governor maggie hassan. ayotte may be looking at two big roles, secretary of defense or ambassador to the united nations. ayotte is a member of the senate armed services committee. ayotte and trump had a rocky relationship for months. she did not attend the republican national convention and called trump a role model and said she misspoke and would flight mike pence's name instead of voting for trump. the democrats are looking for a new chair of the high-profile demonstrates are throwing their support against keith ellison. he is african-american and muslim. massachusetts senator elizabeth warren are among those backing him. >> that marks democrats first job in this new era. we will stand up to bigotry. no compromises ever on this one. >> julie: ellison will make a decision today about running for the possession.
today the prime minister of new zealand is heading to the e picenter of a may may earthquake that hit the island. it hit overnight in new zealand causing a small tsunami in its aftermath. waves were 8 feet higher than normal tide levels. two people have been killed and search and rescue efforts are under way. the country's strongest earthquake since 2011. connecticut cuple will head to court accused of leading a carjacking. last week chris harding and selena coufney on the side of the road in thompson, connecticut. the pair had crashed their car. when mccoy pulled over to help, the man and woman attacked them stabbing her and her mother. apparently the couple were running for police in a stolen car when they wrecked. they stole mccoy's car, headed
this time police were there to make an arrest. police have made an arrest in connection to a murder in easton. shoot hoot was on the run for four day -- michael noguera was on the run for four days before they found him in north carolina. they are not sure if he pulled the trigger killing daniel smith. self-kids found him in the woods. he later died at brigham and women's hospital. at this time michael noguera is charged with an accessory to murder after the fact. police say that investigation is ongoing and they are still looking for help tracking down one key piece of evidence. if you have seen a red mazda 3 sedan with florida license plates, you are asked to call police. 4:09, a acton man, he was a chaperon to a boy scouts trip. the group was spending the night along the brook trail. norton was on his way out from
for norton but he did not make it to the hospital at time. a 17-year-old.is being credited with seeing and saying something when he confronted a man in a dorchester target who was sexually assaulting a young girl. cameron cook and his mother saw a man in his 50s acting inappropriately following the girl down the toy aisle. he watched not sure if it was possible they knew each other. it became very clear something was wrong when he saw the man lean girl as she was pending over. >> me and my mother -- he said i am not a pervert. all of a sudden saying i am not a pervert. >> daniel: cameron and his mom said they took off. they alerted target store management and security was called. surveillance video from the store has been turned over to investigators. when we talked to boston police, they said so far no formal report has been written up. we track traffic and
right now on the expressway, single digits. a 9-minute ride from the braintree split to the exit to the pike. shiri. tracking those rain chances as we increase here. chances are the morning commute dry and in the middle of the day, afternoon looking very, very wet out there. i will show you the hardest-hit towns and cities and where you should get ready for coastal flooding. all right, shiri. thousands of people are signing on faceback that says they are dead
we are following breaking news in belmont right now. this video tweeted out by the belmont police department. an abandoned building on mill street engulf in flames. fire fighters are staying out of the building and fighting flames from the we have a crew headed to the scene and we will bring you updates throughout the morning. a walpole man who posted a picture of himself in front of a mexican restaurant with a trump flag is now apologizing. he posted this picture on his facebook page saying they are paying for the wall. he took out full-page ad calling his original post an awful attempt at making a joke.
antics. edward tamaso and another student showed up at wellesley college to gloat about donald trump's win. tomaso apologized in facebook but denies using profanity and spit ing at students. the city council wants to know why mayor bill carpenter is going to school on the taxpayers' dime. for tuition and other while he could take a foreign language class at a community college. the mayor should have paid for the class himself. the state's highest court is said to hear argue numbers a drug lab scandal that involved public cases. they are asking the court to dismiss 24,000 of those cases in which former state chemist annie dookhan played a role in testing the drugs.
three-year prison sentence for falsifying drug tests. testing positive for the same toxic chemical. some wore test could be the cause of a cancer cluster on the seacoast. >> some parents who have lost their child. some whose children are very sick and they don't know whether their child is going to survive. >> daniel: state officials say the chemicals known as pf cs are showing up around e trade force near portsmouth. coming up on fox25 news at 10:00, catherine burcham tux frustrated parents and gets new information for parents from state leaders. we track traffic and weather every ten minutes. taking a look at the roads, things are moving along nicely on the expressway. we have an accident on the pike. it is eastbound, and it is approaching the alston-brighton tolls. volume is so light that it is not impacting your drive time.
12 minutes from 128 to the tobin. 19 minutes on 93 south. 23 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. starting a little chilly. things will be warming up. >> shiri: yeah, things are warming up. a great opportunity to go out and see the super moon. the moon sets at 6:17 this morning and that will make it impossible to see after that. this is just one of the great pictures i have seen. moon rise over the trees in hampton mass. we would love to see your pictures at fox25 shiri. i will share those. looking magnificent because of the nice, clear skies. super moon and high tides. they are bigger, brighter full moon. the tides will be naturally a little higher with the storm on top of that. minor coastal flooding a concern once you get into your tuesday and wednesday.
spreading up from the south here, and you can see during the day today, the full storm system will be tracking up the east coast. the only thing it will do to our forecast today is bring in high, thin clouds for the second half of the day. but you can see once we get into tomorrow morning by 8 a.m. some scattered showers over eastern massachusetts. the spot for the wet commute indonesia up being the south shore, the south coast, the cape and islands and rain could be heavier than future cast. overspread the area. and at the same time we have the wind blowing on shore and pushing an already high tide already into the coastline and we have got to watch out for minor coastal flooding right around lunchtime tomorrow. 5 p.m., you can see we are dealing with quite a bit of wet weather going home from work, and the commute that ends up being the greatest is your tuesday evening commute. tuesday night and wednesday,
i can't rule out an isolated shower on wednesday morning but i see us drying out. heavy rain a moderate concern. i don't see them doing any damage and coastal flooding for those living across eastern mass. seven-day forecast for the weekend falls view have us drying out and clearing without a high of 58 degrees. thursday and friday. morning temperatures in the 30s. afternoon highs in the 50s and for the rain coming back into play. back to you guys. >> daniel: thank you. days after the election and president-elect donald trump continues to lay out his plan for the nation. what boston city leaders are doing to push back on a controversial immigration
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middle and high school students. king phillips serve wrentham, plainville and norfolk. a boston-based youth theatre group is being honored at the white house. true colors outreach theatre is among the recipienting for the arts and humanity youth award. it is the longest-running l bgtq youth drama group. first lady michelle obama will present the award on tuesday. an extremely rare diamond worth $25 million is about to hit the whoo, look that the thing. the 8-carat sky blue diamond is one the largest blue diamonds sold at auction. bidding will take place on wednesday and daniel, just in time to bring it up for a gift of someone you might work with. . >> daniel: you know i am heading to paris in a cup of weeks companionship bring you something back. >> julie: thanks. the white house is up for grabs again, a replica at
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breaking now at 4:30, massive flames tearing through a building in belmont. how firefighters from keeping their distance as they fight the flames. plus a heartbreaking finish at gillette. the play at the end of the game that have the f refs. boston city leaders are pushing back against president-elect donald trump. why one city councillor is proposing that could cost the city in millions of federal aid. >> announcer: complete new england news coverage starts right now, this is the fox25 morning news. >> daniel: good morning, monday, november 14, i am daniel miller. >> julie: good morning, i am julie grauert. meteorologist shiri spear in the stormtracker weather center for us and waking up to chilly temperatures, and there are
shiri. >> shiri: warming trends on the way for the afternoon which look fantastic. even now crystal clear conditions. sweep of the radar is totally clean out there and oftentimes the clear mornings are the cold mornings and exactly what we have. norwood down to 26 degrees. burlington and wellesley at 33. a little bit warmer. 42 degrees for you. even worcester a little warmer at 44 and some of the winds in the hills here keeping temperatures warmer as you get into the valley those temperatures dropping. 29 degrees. 31 in bridgewater and plymouth and brewster at 43 degrees. mostly in the 30s and 40s as you get up this morning. in boston, have us at 43 degrees. at 6 a.m. with clear skies and sunshine at noon, sliding into the upper 50s. 62 degrees at 3:00 this afternoon. start adding some high, thin clouds initially but tomorrow it will boil down to heavier rain, some wind as well. concerns along the coastline. i will break down all of the