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people. the search for the driver is under way as the young man fights for his life in the hospital. police crash a brazen thief. the item he stole that made weekend mass difficult. a new injury takes rob gronkowski off the field. what our fox25 sports director witnessed in the done course after gronk left the game. plus, hillary clinton joins the movement to recount voting totals as the presid the new claims from donald trump that millions of people including some here in new england voted illegally. 6:00 on this monday morning, november 28. we appreciate you being with us this morning, i am gene lavanchy. >> sara: i am sara underwood. get outside while you can, because today will be the nicest of the day week. let's check in with fox25 meteorologist shiri spear who is in the storm tracker weather center with the windy, much-needed rain -- when the much-needed rain moves in.
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before the rain moves in radar. 28 degrees and clear skies in worcester. cloud cover in boston. 30 in plymouth and 32 on hyannis on the cape. so starting off a little chilly, yes, but we have temperatures starting to warm. i would say around 8:00 this morning. the hour-by-hour forecast for burlington goes for most of you. we will clear out the clouds pretty early this morning. 10 a.m. 38 degrees. by noontime, 31. highs in the middle 40s with the sunshine and dry chances are going here tuesday, wednesday, thursday. count on the rain. track down, you umbrella. you will need it here starting tomorrow. i will time out those showers by by hour with futurecast. we track traffic and weather every ten. julie grauert with live drive time traffic. >> starting off on the expressway where we have a new accident. northbound at granite avenue. the busy part of the morning commute. it is only 6:00 and the volume haven't started to accumulate
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south moving along fine. i take you out to to route 1. things are starting to pick up just slightly approaching lynn fell parkway in saugus. live drive times. 24 minutes on the pike eastbound. 19 minutes on expressway. 26 minutes on 93 south heading to the zakim bridge. back to you. new this morning, we are working to get more information about this crash in chelsea. our photographer on the scene says a car and logan express bus collid street from a 24-hour hutle stop. the car's engine caught fire and a small diesel leak from the bus and that was contained quickly. three people went to the hospital and into word on their condition this hour. the crash sunday investigation. happening today, the swampscott man involved in a crash that killed two people in a logan airport shuttle van will be arraigned in a boston court room. 27-year-old steven bierbalm is facing two charges of manslaughter.
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80 miles per hour at 1:00 in the morning back on august 31 when he rear ended the hutle. investigators say bierbalm's blood-alcohol level was nearly twice the legal limit. police are searching for the driver of this horrific hit-and-run accident in brockton that left a man in extremely critical condition. >> reporter: you can see the victim crossing the street with a group of friends when he was struck by a speeding car that was all caught on surveillance outside of the bar where that h outside the bar in brockton where police have actually recovered the carjack but are still looking for the driver. >> they recovered that car on saturday night, and they tell us that the victim crossing this stretch of north main street in brockton right after leaving a bar at night. this morning his family is from cape verte and they tell the enterprise that's in completely critical condition and is now braindead. >> reporter: stunning moment
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and threw a 25-year-old brockton man crossing main street. >> i need to send my prayers to this guy. it was a bad impact. you probably have seen the video. it is a bad impact. >> reporter: the victim was leaving the spot bar and lounge slightly before 1:30 as the street was busy and dark. right after it happened, the bar owner ran outside to help. >> we are a community here, and while i know i can't control everything that happens on the street, i am responsible for my patrons. >> reporter: brockton police say a man that may h towed to the police station on saturday. state police are also investigating. meantime, the bar owner says not the first time someone has hit outside his bar. he says drivers need to slow down and a security stream will now begin helping patrons across the street. >> i am in constant communication with them and we hope it guy can make it. >>reporter: once again, we know brockton police now have the car they believe will be from this accident and we continue to search for the
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give them a call. live in brockton. state police released name of a man killed in a crash in dorchester yesterday morning. 57-year-old daniel lee of chatham wednesday off the expressway. two people in that car were hurt and they are expected to be okay. the cause of the crash remains under investigation. a neighborhood is on edge after a father said his children were approached on their street by a staged man. it happened saturday near baldwin leicester. the father who asked not possible to identified his 12-year-old and 7-year-old were selling popcorn for the boy scouts and the car pulled up next to the older boy. >> he was at the end of the driveway, the car comes down the road, stopped where he was, waved him over, didn't open the car door or window. waved him over and showed him a ps 4 box. . >> sara: the man then drove
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20s and driving a large burgundy car with two bumper stickers on the back. a new hampshire mother remains in jail after charges related to her children. samantha greiner charged with criminal restraint. her arrest came days after her estranged husband james greiner was also arrested. the couple's young children were discovered in human waste inside ail the 4-year-old boy was even tied to the bed. before her arrest, samantha greiner told fox25 she knew her son was being retrained but couldn't do anything about it. she is due on $25,000 bail. james greiner is out on jail. the children are with their grandparents. the holiday season is off to a disappointing part when a brazen robber robbed a church and stole a sound system.
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video helped police track down that suspect, catherine. >> reporter: the theft is coming to a shock of people who come to the shrine. i talked to some people come together morning prayer today. police have made an arrest in this case and those surveillance images were helpful to police. take a look. some of the images captured during the theft that occurred between 4 and 5:30 on friday morning. police say that is 33-year-old eric swanson that you see in these charged with larceny and breaking and entering at lunchtime. swanson stole a sound amplifiers, keys and for an lek tromic giving station off the wall. boston police officers were patrolling the area when they saw someone matching swanson's description and seen wearing the same clothing in the pictures. when police searched them they found several of the missing items from the shrine. one man that visited the shrine daily had h this to
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disadvantaged. that is what this place is all about especially around the holidays. i don't know. >> accord to "the herald" swanson is homeless. but people here say they would have helped him if he reached out for help. they are surprised think about sort of theft around the who holidays as they heard that man saying. police have not commented when the suspect will be arraigned more information throughout the morning. live here in boston, catherine parrotta, fox25 morning news. 6:08 this morning. the suspect behind the violent armed robbery remains on the run. dartmouth police released the surveillance picture of the man they are looking for. robbed a customer on friday night and beat the person with a gun. the victim had to be taken to the hospital. the scene early friday evening at the shell gas station at the corner of reed road in dartmouth.
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expected to be okay. a short circuit in a power strip parked -- sparked a large fire at a house in dorchester. the fire happened just before noon and ripped through three floors and the attic. boston fire estimate the damage at $50,000. five people are out in out of the home and fortunately no one was hurt. protesters in westport will cause for two members of the house board to resign at the meeting tonight following a widespread animal abuse case earlie living in squalor on a tenant farm in july. they have already revoked the animal inspection duties because of allegations that the pair did not properly inspect the farm in the months before the conditions were discovered. get the win against the jets but the health of ron gronkowski is a main concern this morning. tom brady's favorite target walking off the field and
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comes on the heels of the lung/chest injury from week 10. michael henrich is live outside gillette stadium with what we know this morning. good morning, michael. >> reporter: good morning, gene. gronk was uncertain going into the game because of the chest injury you mentioned. he missed a week, and then he did end up starting, but gronk did not last long against the jets. he left the game with zero catches at the end of the first quarter with a back injury. now owe very own sports director tom leyden saw gronk in the concourse about 90 minutes after he left the field and tom leyden said that gronk was working very gingerly. he had his sweatshirt hood over his head. now pro-football cites an anonymous source saying gronk's latest injury to his back is not consider serious. we are working to find out from the team some sort of
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do. last night was a milestone for tom brady getting that 200th career overall victory. we will have some of that reaction. the positive part of that story coming up later this hour. live at gillette stadium. this sunday, the patriots welcome the los angeles rams to foxborough. guess what, you can watch that game here on fox25 starting at 1 p.m. right now, people around the country are probably getting up a bit early to snatch up cyber strong with shoppers dropping about $2 billion. even before today. amazon is rolling out more than 75,000 sales all week long. electronic s seem to be the biggest sellers on cyber monday. you can expect to win big on your -- save big on your next vacation. slow summer sales should result in good hotel and air
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pretty cheap. i swear we are building our graphics. we are not on amazon, but they are extremely tempting. we check traffic and weather every ten minutes from andover down to the zakim. shiri. >> shiri: 34 in boston right now and where i will keep it through 8:00 this morning. a few clouds to get through, but nice and bright today. i am timing out the tuesday, wednesday, thursday thundershowers coming up in less than 10. now at 6:12. a lot more coming our way cuba begins to mourn the death of fidel castro. an american football player under fire for his remarks. coming up 49ers quarterback dolphin colin kaepernick
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back at 6 :15. president-elect donald trump moving back on the movement to recount election results. in some key states trump said we have won the popular vote if not for millions of illegal voters. trump is claiming voter fraud in three states including new hampshire. >> jason: the election drama far from over. president-elect donald trump doesn't believe that hillary clinton won the popular vote claiming that millions of people voted illegally. he made those claims with no evidence. like many of donald trump's controversies, this one started on twitter. the president-elect tweeted sunday, quote, in addition to winning the electoral college in a landslide, i won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally. trump is the president-elect despite losing the popular vote by almost 2 million votes. there has been no evidence of any kind of massive voter fraud. over the weekend in a move unprecedented by a
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president-elect, trump unleashed a series of angry tweet about a vote recount effort spear headed by the green party jill s+ tein. clinton campaign said they will participate while making it clear they are not attempting to contest the results. senior advisor kellyanne conway slammed the efforts. >> the idea we are going to drag this out now where the president-elect has been incredibly magnanimous to the clintons and the obamas has been pretty incredible. >> reporter: s recount. data experts raised concerns of discrepancies of those areas that use paper ballots versus electronic. something that incoming chief of staff reince priebus called a complete waste of time. >> ridiculous, a fund raising note right driven fraud by a person that won 33,000 votes in wisconsin to president-elect trump to won 1.4 million. >> jason: the recount in
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the green party is seeking recounts in michigan and pennsylvania. jason law, fox25 news. the president-elect's former campaign manager warning that trump voter will feel betrayed if he tapped former governor mitt romney as secretary of state. kellyanne's conway say her opposition to romney reflects what she is hearing from trump. >> if he is doing something around the globe on part of the united states. i am all for unity but i don't thin with the secretary of state. >> some speculate the highly public process of choosing a secretary of state could be the attempt to humiliate governor romney who vehemently opposed trump throughout his campaign. >> reporter: cuba will begin the weekend mourning following the death of fidel castro. cas stroh's ashes will be brought to the plaza of the revelation this morning. thousands of cubans are expected to go to the plaza and reflect on castro's life today. his ashes will then be brought
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throughout the week. the former leader's funeral will happen on sunday. castro died friday at the age of 90. san francisco 49ers col colin kaepernick is under fire for making comments of fidel castro. he praised the leader for choice to invest in education rather than prison. he was booed in miami a city with a large population of cuban-americans. after the game people misinterpreted his comments and that he never supported the things that castro did as a leader. he made headlines this summer after refusing to stand for the national anthem. good morning. we track traffic and weather every ten minutes. start off north of the pike. things moving along fine on route 1. pike clear from 495 to 128 into the allston-brighton area. i am seeing volume build up on the expressway partially due to an earlier accident i reported about ten minutes
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that's why we are seeing little bit heavier conditions then usual. a lot of brake lights past fremont treat. 17 minutes on -- freeport street. 34 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and shiri, you are calling today your pick of the week. >> reporter: absolutely. we have the sunshine coming to town today. of course not right now. it is till dark out there. don't you worry in an hour nice and b i see spots possible in western new england an western massachusetts early tomorrow morning. nothing widespread or nothing substantial enough that we hud see power outages. just couple of slippery roads. rainy stretch tuesday, wednesday and news. 34 degrees right 33 in lawrence. 32 in norwood. and we are going to skip you off to norwood for a morning and to get a little bit of early morning cloud cover.
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at 33 degrees. 40 is back on the map by 10 a.m. noontime, 45. and we have highs in the middle 40s along with the sunshine. norwood at about 48 degrees. more upper 40s in framingham and fitchburg, but 45 in boston. 44 in ipswich, 44 in plymouth and 44 in manchester, new hampshire. overnight, i will drop us back in the 30s and keep things dry. tomorrow i have rain arriving pretty early in the morning 48 to 54 degrees your highs, it will be c and boston southward is where you will find light of those middle 50s tomorrow. this is a snapshot at 8:00 in the morning and you can see a lot of the rain showers focussed a you cross western and central massachusetts and southern new hampshire during the course of the morning commute, showers through the boston area. if you were an early commuter, you can actually get into work before the rain ever arrives. noontime, i want to plan on wet conditions, especially the mass pike northward. out eastern mass, you may tap
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showers again instance tense phi dwroo the afternoon for the evening -- for the afternoon and for the evening commute. all of that will slow down your drive home from work tomorrow. at least the wednesday morning commute is shaping up dry, but we are not done yet. you can see wednesday during the evening commute, we have the heavy rain moving in and rain totals anywhere from about 1 to 2 inches of rain here from tuesday to thursday. that is the much-needed rainfall. to an end. keeping things dry friday, saturday and sunday with temperatures in the 40s up to about 50 degrees. back to you, guys. boston police can soon invest in a more effective way to stop criminals in their tracks. still ahead this hour, the debate over new software that could find and monitor threats on social media. less than three weeks, massachusetts will become the first state on the east doughs
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pipeline protesters say they have no plan to leave the north dakota land they have been camped out on.
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letter telling them too leave before december 5 or face arrest. they don't want to forcibly remove people citing harsh winters and violent conflicts. they warn that the pipeline is harming the water and native-american lands. it has been going on for months. a team of 20 people will conduct a three-week review of the facility. pilgrim's safety rating was downgraded last year sth protocols and staff performance. findings could determine what steps the owners must take before closing the plant in 2019. also happening today, ashland, the first community to try to delay the opening of recreational marijuana stores in the state. the town will meet tonight to discuss a primary moratorium. if approved, shops would not open until the town has more time to study and plan for the new recreational laws. similar moratoriums were enacted in dozens of massachusetts towns following
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a quarterback's history. >> the quarterback's job is to win and he has won a lot. >> reporter: what tom brady had to say after racking up victory number 200. good morning, everybody, thank you so much for joining us on this monday rrng november 28. you will want to take advantage of today. because the wet stuff comes in later on. >> gene: shiri, talking about the rain and it needs to be on the way for sure. shiri is in the fox25 storm tracker weather center with more. >> shiri: a lot of it on the way. dry conditions today, tonight as well. let's make the most of it. grab the sunglasses before you go. the sun is about to come. you.marsh field at 28. boston at 34. just above freezing, but all of the suburbs here into metro west upper 20s, lower 30s. straight into worcester at 28 degrees and nashua, new hampshire at 27. so the clouds aren't going to last all day. in fact at 8 a.m., we will keep things partly sunny.
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highs in the middle 40s today, coming with those mostly sunny skies. but evening clouds will start to increase. that is just the beginning, because i do have the rain moving in for your tuesday. for your wednesday, for your thursday. i will time out the heaviest stuff coming up. julie grauert is live with drive-time traffic and slowing expressway. >> julie: slowing right around morrissey boulevard. 95 picking up volume as you approach 128. pike lookso okay as you head from 495 framingham into natick and newton. route 1, 93 south, no issues. live drive times. 36 minutes on the pike eastbound. 25 minutes on the expressway. 30 minutes on 128 southbound from peabody to the weston tolls. back to you. a local college student spent the thanksgiving holiday in the hospital after she was hit by a wrong-way driver on 495. as you can see from these crash pictures, she is so lucky to be alive. the 21-year-old was heading
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struck head-on. fox 25's jason law joins us with more on the call she made to 911, jason. >> jason: yeah, sara. taylor mcbarron was on her way home to barnstable when she was hit head-on. she is still in the hospital recovering, she surprised us when she considers this the best thanksgiving ever. >> i was just so happy that, you know, i didn't -- >>reporter: hard to even put into words how this crash on route 495 early thanksgiving morning could have ended. the phone from her hospital bed, she focused on how this could end. she was in this white suv headed from college in fitchburg to a home in barnstable at 2:00 in the morning on thursday after a waitressing shift when 22-year-old james keating of norton was driving the wrong way and hit taylor head on. he died at the scene. taylor never lost consciousness. >> i was still in the fast lane after the crash because that's where i ended up and
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not stopping, and i didn't know if anyone else had known, so i -- i called 911. >>reporter: at the hospital, taylor learned she suffered a severely broken ankle and broken pelvis and cuts and bruises. her friends learned she was the one involved in the crash they have seen on the news. >> definitely very shocking. >> reporter: for taylor's best friend emma mcman. >> we are as close as you can possibly be as two separate people. >> reporter: very upsetting sheets up a go fund me account to pay for her bills because she won't be able to work for several months. >> i can't help you put your bones together. i can't make you feel better physically but hopefully this will make her mentally and emotionally. >> it has made things easier. >> reporter: it had allowed her to focus on her recovery. >> most of taylor's rehab and recovery will take place on the cape and because of that
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her final semester. the young man killed in the crash. keating is the sixth student to die since april. the senior was a football player at the university. the investigation continues this morning why exactly he got on the wrong said of the road. in the newsroom, jason law, fox25 morning news. three young children have been taken from mare mattapan apartment after their mother was found dead inside. responded to the call on bismarck street. they thought they were responding to a home invasion but quickly found out that was not the case. officials arrived to find the door open. >> a few of the relatives haven't heard from her and they are the ones that forced the door. it wasn't a home invasion. it looks like they forced the door. they went in and found the young lady. >> kids were checked out at the hospital and they are expected to be okay. police do not suspect foul play in the woman's death. they are awaiting the results
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your help finding this woman. a suspect in an assault on a dunkin' donuts. a customer ordered tea and threw the hot drink. the employee suffered serious burns in the incident. transit police are asking anyone with information to give them a call. boston police department could soon have a more effective way to fight crime. the department is considering buying new software that scans for social media threat. not everyone thinks this is a good idea. look at how the software works. >> it is kind of invading the privacy and security. >> reporter: along boylston street in boston, people are all over social media where we got their take on police possibly monitoring it more aggressively. >> if you have nothing to hide, it shouldn't be much of a problem. >> reporter: the boston police department is looking at buying technology that will help them better monitor social media for potential public safety issue like
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stuff on social media that can give us some leads on some information, so i think it is important. >> reporter: the aclu of massachusetts says the bpd did not initiate any public conversations about its plan to spend $1.4 million in taxpayer money on surveillance system designed to monitor online speech and associations. the civil liberties group say it is a way for policing and departments to spend so much money and chill online freedom of speec society. the aclu will continue to follow the stories closely. the main concern, of course, is terrorism, and boston police say other criminal activity on social media that is important to them. everything ranging from gang activity to prostitution. boston police telling us the technology will be used in accordance to strict policies and procedures and from within the parameters of state and federal laws and the information looked at is only
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>> i think the police are entitled to do their job and protect people of this country. >> reporter: the city has not made a final decision on using the web monitoring technology. in boston, robert goulston, fox 25 news. it is inevitable delays on the commuter rail tend to go
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>> sara: you are exactly right. looking at route 1. doesn't look great. >> julie: not great at all and will slow down even more at 6:39 with the live drive times. up to 25 minutes as you head to 128 to the tobin. meteorologist shiri spear joining us. look at that bus stop forecast, and you are saying warm jacket, that's where we have the arrow right now. >> warm jacket because we are in the 20s and 30s. sun is coming up and nice and bright. you might want to grab the sunglasses. they are an absolute must if 3 p.m. with temperatures in the 40s. i will show where you we come close to 50 degrees today, and, of course, i am tracking that tuesday rain when i am back with you in 10. sara. we are coming off of a big weekend at the box office. disney's latest animated adventure "moana" sailed into first place. it made an estimated $81.1 million almost beating "frozen" as the best
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thanksgiving debut of all time. "fantastic beasts and where to find them" came in second place with a strong second weekend with $45.1 million. ll bean kicking it up a notch as demand for its eye conditionic boot continues to grow. according to "usa today," the maine-base red taylor have a new building to double the size of the manufacturing. the rubber soles will be installed. sa decade ago to 600,000 this year. tennessee is one lucky state. the second time in less than a year someone from the volunteer state have won a mega lottery jackpot. saturday's only $421 million was sold in lafayette, tennessee. the winner has yet to come forward. you may remember back in january the winning ticket for $175 billion was sold in munford tennessee. that family took home more than half billion.
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right now at 5:44. live like over the common. 28 in worcester. 29 in wrentham and burlington is 29 degrees. shiri will have a breakdown on temps and wet weather on the way coming up. getting you up to the minute on top stories. police in brockton searching for the driver of car that hit a group of people. they already found the car thanks to a surveillance video. a 25-year-old man is in the
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condition. police have not released his name. patriots tight end rob gronkowski did not last very long in yesterday's game against the jets. he left in the first quarter with a back injury. sources say it may not be that serious but we don't know for sure. the other highlight from the game, tom brady's 200th career win. michael henrich live at gillette stadium. brady tied with mr. peyton manning the top of wins among qbs. >> reporter: not a bad record to soon enough. a variety of responses from himself, teammates and coaches. >> the pass is caught! touchdown! >> reporter: that 8-yard pass to lead them over the jets. tom brady led to a victory for the 200th time tying him in the all-time lead with peyton manning. >> the exact's job is for him to win. it's good.
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coach bill belichick called number 12 the greatest situational football player he has been around in classic form, brady deflected credit for the accomplishment. >> a team sport. individual awards and things like that means he been a part of a great team with great coaches and great teammates and a lot of great support over the years. >> reporter: tight end bennett in the first year as brady's team mate joked after the win. >> a milestone i never won nine games in a season. we are 9-2. hell yeah, let's go. he has 200 wins, bleep] of my whole life. >> reporter: bennett's response is classic. 200 wins not bad for a 6th round pick in the nfl draft in the day. not all good news coming for the patriots out of this game.
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mains. >> gene: tom brady try to pass payton manning for the all-time wins. kickoff for the game will be at 1:00. celtics look to be on the winning side of thing as they play the struggling heat in miami. a start of the busy stretch for the green and four games this week. bruins and lightning. score the unless first period. bruins break out for 3 in the second period and in guy that started off the faceoff 1-0 in favor of boston and moore with a nice effort to put the bruins on board. bs go up 2-0. jimmy hays gets the goal. the first goal in the last 35 games. his last goal came on february 24. that is called the drought, people. tuukka rask with 36. bruins got the win over tampa, 4-1 at the garden last night. all right, 6:48 now on this monday morning.
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turkey and leftovers and pie. >> shiri: are you reading my mind? i mean, it is. a nice day out there, and i think we do need to get back on track from the holiday, but conditions will be nice for basically one day before we get a whole bunch of junk. clear and dry with high pressure deeping things nice and clear. out to the west mild conditions but pretty wet weather that is just now arriving in the upper midwest that will slide into place for rain. in boston 34 degrees. don't worry about the early morning clouds. winds running 5 to 10 miles per hour today. so wind chills will not be a huge issue here. we are breaking down temperatures. staying pretty steady through 8:00 and 36 degrees. mostly sunny skies throughout the day. 10 a.m., 38. noontime, 42. highs in the mid-40s and it is really not until late today that we start pulling in some
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just get some of those high, thin clouds. a little bit of filtered sunshine, maybe milky skies this afternoon and a pretty decent monday. 45 in boston. 44 in lawrence. 46 in plymouth. even upper 40s in norwood and new bedford and fitchburg. worcester a little cooler at 43 degrees and same in keene, new hampshire. weather concerns as we get into your day tomorrow. the icing concerns i am going to keep all of those across western new england, and there will be fog and heavy rain that develops as on. bursting the morning because at 9 a.m., showers arriving in worcester, possibly even boston. the temperatures are in the upper 30s to even the lower 40s. so that is out of the freezing concern zone, if you will. southwestern new hampshire, western new england. that's where temperatures might be a little stuck, and we will have to watch for a couple of icy patches. off and on rain throughout the morning hours. noontime comes along and i expect the focus of the steadiest rain to be north of the mass pike here.
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at noontime. southeastern mass a little bit of a lull but showers fill in for the afternoon. 3 p.m. kids coming home from school and 50s on the map. not exactly going to be a pleasant afternoon and straight into the evening commute and dinnertime where we get the heaviest rain. we have temperatures tomorrow that are mid to even upper 50s south of boston. north of boston, a colder rain, northern mass, northern new hampshire. it will be tough to even get up to 50 degrees here tomorro up to 50 degrees here tomorrow. consider this, so far this month, boston getting one and a half inches of rain. that 1 two inches short where we hud have here. a 2-inch rainfall deficit in worcester. because we have so much rain between tuesday, wednesday and thursday, we can actually completely do away from that rainfall deficit here by the end of the month. so we are tracking those heavier showers as we get to your tuesday. again on wednesday afternoon. overnight into thursday morning.
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don't forget to bring a warm coat for the coats for kids at jordan's in natick. i will be there to help collect those coats. how are things shaping up. julie things are good. route 3 wide open from 228 in rockland throughway mouth and up to braintree. 24 and 95 manageable. we have an accident on 95 in the sharon area as you are apreaching walpole. north of 128. expressway is the slow spot from through naponset and a little bright out here in this shot, but things are starting to build in the hov lanes. here are your live drive times. 16 minutes from 228 to the split. 17 minutes on 24. half an hour on the expressway from the braintree split to columbia road. back to you. >> all right, julie. the commuter rail is forming an action committee to study issues on its poorest performing line, the corey line. keolis the company that operates the commuter rail say
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performance of 61% based on the last 30 tes. they are blaming some of the delays on slippery conditions over the fall created by leaves on the tracks. now they will be examining the scheduled and resources dedicated to that line. meanwhile, the t is hoping to improve service with this new machine. the modern wheel-boring device went into service at a mbta maintenance facility in everett. the new equipment cuts metal and operate five me than the old machine that will help shave hours off of work time. a sea of red, white and blue filling a local college campus. yesterday hundreds of people including veterans gathered at hamp hire college to protest the -- hampshire's college to protest the school's decision to stop flying the american flag. >> blood, sweat and tears. red, white and blue. that is what it is. that is what this flag represents. >> sara: our american flag. it stands for many things.
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>> raise your flags, everybody. raise them high in the air. >> sara: life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. >> this stands for all veterans around the nation, everybody that fought for this flag. it more than just a symbol. >> sara: also stands for the freedom of expression. administrators at hampshire college say that is what they are doing by removing the flag. fox25 spoke to the school's president jonathan lash last week >> the symbol was raising the temperature of the controversy , that disagreement and getting us away from the underlying values we wanted to discuss. >> reporter: all started after a contentious campaign season. the flag flying on the hampshire was lowered to half-staff. later someone burned the flag. the college then announced they would remove old gory from campus all together. >> stand up for something but don't take the flag down to do it. the flag of the united states of make. >> reporter: a group from the
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demonstration at amherst college. turned into a sea of flags waving in protest. >> i would die for this flag. i fought for this flag. i lived for it. you all lived for it. >> reporter: veterans shared their stories of fighting for the american dream no matter the cause. christopher due possibility fought for this country alongside his brother. >> this is a flag his mom got at his grave site the day he was laid to rest. >> reporter: he says the flag represents his family's pay trytism and now. >> much blood has been shed for our country, for our fry come to. ? god bless america ? ? my home sweet home ?. >> sara: the school's president tells fox25 he is standing by the decision to remove the flag, but he is promising talks about what the
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holiday overseas, but thanks to generous people in brighton, they will till get a little holiday cheer. a core and pub restaurant held a drive to collect everything from books to troops. organizers say a simple way to give back to those who give so much. >> we want to say thank you and we haven't forgotten them and everybody really cares. >> the restaurant used raffles to raise money to pay for families of troops say they are thankful for everyone remembering the military this season. a big crowd turned out in quincy for one of the biggest and oldest christmas parades in the nation. marching bands and christmas-themed floats made their way to the streets for the 64th annual parade. this year's theme was traditions of christmas. quincy's mayor told fox25 he
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>> it's a great event that people come from all over to see, but still has that homey community feel to it. >> sara: the parade wrapped up a weekend of fest 80s this began with the annual tree lighting friday night. well, 6:57 this morning. the feud between donald trump and rosie o'donnell is far from over. coming up at 7:00, what the code mean yen said about the president-elect's youngest son that has her backtracking on
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>> gene: shocking hit-and-run accident that left a local man clinging to life. clues in the surveillance video that investigators are hoping will track down the suspect. >> sara: boy scouts allegedly being targeted in 1 local the frightening encounter for 2 brothers who were out selling popcorn. >> michael: another injury for rob gronkowski. what the supports director saw in the concourse after the game. >> sara: time to sit back and shop. where to fine the best deals on cyber monday. this is boston's only news at 7:00, fox25 morning news.


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