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that cou derail the entire caucus. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. and good morning, everybody. now 6:00 on this monday morning. it is february 1st if you can believe it. new month is here. a new week. i am gene lavanchy. >> sara: and i am sara underwood. kicking off february with weather that feels more like april. such a beautiful thing. meteorologist shiri spear joins us from the fox25 storm tracker weather center with a great forecast to kick off the week. >> reporter: yeah, typically this is the coldest time of the year and i think only spots really feeling that chill this morning orange, keene, nashua, fitchburg in the 30s. the rest of us waking up to the 40s. worcester at 42. boston and beverly at 46. plymouth at 48 degrees. it is nearly 50 as you wake up this morning. and temperatures really not moving very much in the next couple of hours aside from maybe going up by a couple of degrees. we do start off with partly sunny skies this morning.
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things up and show you temperatures expected to be in the mid- to upper 50s. clouds rolling in north of boston by lunchtime today and they do tend to take over the afternoon sky, so it turns mostly cloudy. we have a chance for couple of those spot showers out there and some of you coming very close to 60. 54 to 60 for highs today. i will break down that threat for rain showers as the morning continues. now over to julie grauert with a look at traffic and a new accident on the map. >> within the last five minutes a new accidents. 495 southbound right at 93 in andover. as we shift south, the other slow spot on the expressway right near you are in pass it brook northbound through columbia road. a live look at the zakim bridge, volume significantly increasing since the last time we checked in on this shot. 13 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. leverett connector. 22 minutes on 128 southbound weston tolls.
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>> gene: following breaking news out of dorchester where state and local police are still at the scene of a serious accident. >> sara: we are told a person was crossing a busy intersection when they were struck in the road and this all happened around 2:00 this morning. station's jessica reyes is live on mass avenue, and things were still roped off, jess, when you arrived at 3:30. >> reporter: they were, sara. police still have some of the scene blocked off. you can see across the street, part of columbia road crossed off -- blocked off with police tape there. boston and state police have been out here for four hours now working to piece this all together. this happened at columbia road where -- in dorchester. it is not clear at this point how the white suv was involved but you can see shredded it. again boston and state police are both here right now but state police have taken over the investigation as this is technically their jurisdiction.
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spokesperson land get more information on exactly what happened here and how the victim is doing this morning. as soon as we get that, we will pass that along to you. live in dorchester, i am jessica reyes, fox25 morning news. and also breaking in morning, there is an ongoing investigation into roxbury where a 3-year-old has been rushed to the hospital. boston police tell fox25 that the child was taken from a home on alpine street. the injuries were described to you last night as traumatic. out crew was there overnight as crews collected evidence from the house. child was taken to boston medical center. right now no word on the child's condition. today, primary season officially kicks off of the iowa caucuses and why we have unseasonably warm weather here. a blizzard could impact voters in iowa tonight. blair miller is in des moines where candidates are making one final push for support. >> after months and months of trying find out who has the negligent this presidential race negligent this presidential
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know when the caucuses begin, and the candidates aren't holding back either. most of them once again are spread out across the state campaigning with different rallies and town hall meetings. chris christie is getting started first at 7:30, and the rest will follow suit. the caucuses start at 7:00 tonight local time and 8:00 in boston. party officials say they think they will start to have some results within two hours of everything starting tonight. volunteers of the campaigns are making last-minute calls urging them to show up at their caucus precincts and be part of their process. there is also a big wild card for all of this a storm approaching this way. they believe the timing of the storm will move in after the caucuses start. they are really banking on it. they are worried if it speeds it
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120 people showed up for the caucuses four years ago. the governor is expecting 1 the governor is expecting 150,000 people to show up tonight. that will be a record if it happens, but, again, all eyes on the weather. if the snow moves in early, that certainly i come pact that turnout. on the campaign trail in iowa, blair miller, fox25 news. we are one week out from the new hampshire primary, and some candidates are already looking to get ahead in the granite state. john kasich is skipping eye tie make rounds in the granite state make rounds in the granite state. the three town halls planned for today. the first one starts at 9:30 in rochester. chris christie hot on his heels. two events starting in hopkinton at 4:30. tomorrow democrat also arrive. hillary clinton spend tuesday at a pair of organizing events. bernie sanders plans on attending a pair of voting rallies in keene and claremont. blair miller has reports from
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to next week's primary live reports. at 7:00 don't miss political reporter sharman sacchetti with in-depth reports on the candidates and expert analysis and primary night 5 p.m. straight through 11:30. we will have live results and stream it live on and through the fox25 news app. happening today, the world health organization is holding an emergency meeting to find ways to battle the zika virus. the virus has been linked to birth defects and spreading explosively throughout americas. the who could classify the zika outbreak as a public health emergency which health experts say is similar to a amber alert with public health. the agency has only declared a public health emergency three times for the swine flew in 2009 times for the swine flew in 2009, ebola in 2014, as well as the resurgence of polio in 2014. a house filled with drugs and filth over the weekend. this morning two whether i am have to answer to a judge.
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100 oxycondone pills and two bag 100 oxycondone pills and two bags of marijuana along with $3 million in cash in the wing street apartment on friday. most of the home was covered in animal feces. it two young children were removed from the home. police arrested the mother of the children sheila montava and her partner that dash that riley murphy. both charged with drug trafficking. the children are in state custody and we will let you know what happens when the women are in court on the fox25 news at 5 and 6:00. this morning, fire officials reminding people a bad time to be out on the ice. a man was found dead in mill pond in mansfield. officials believe he fell through the ice some time over the weekend. experts say it is incredibly difficult to determine if the ice was thick enough to walk on. >> it could be -- have some kind of a current underneath. one area may be 5 inches thick. something two feet away that could be two inches thick. underneath. really no way of knowing. >>. >> in order for a body of water
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periods of cold and this winter just has not been cold enough. happening today, we are expecting to find out why an amtrak train was going twice the speed limit when it crashed and killed eight and injured more than 200 people. the train derailed in philadelphia last may. it was going 106 miles per hour around a sharp curve. today federal investigators plan to release what they call a trove of evidence. about 2,000 pages worth of documents. and they will include black box data and interviews on transcripts from the engineer. the engineer was not using his cell phone at the time of the crash. we will post the documents on our web site as soon as they come out. another pair of meetings to hike fares for riders. mbta will be taking comments on fare hikes for the t. if you can't make it, you can second meeting at union station in worcester tonight at 6:30.
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rate hike and commuter changes. again you are suggest and encouraged to submit your comments online. the opponents of a natural gas pipeline in west roxbury has lost a major battle. federal investigators rejected objections and allowed the work to continue. the objections was how close it was to an active blasting quarry quarry. a protest group say they plan to work with elected officials encouraging them to appeal, and they have the backing of congressman stephen lynch who says the idea of building a high says the idea of building a high-pressure gas line next to an active blast zone is reckless an active blast zone is reckless. some people are trying to stop a local medical marijuana didispensary in their neighborhood. the commonwealth cannabis company wants to open a shop on route 9 in southborough. the metro daily news the final steps of the application process and only needs approval from town selectmen. nearly 200 residents have signed
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because they say it is too close to a school even though it is legally far enough away. commonwealth cannabis will meet with town selectmen tomorrow. we track traffic and weather together for you every ten right now 93 south. you are looking at a 26 you are looking at a 26-minute commute from 495 in andover to the zakim bridge. we have that accident on 495 southbound right at 93. it is not impacting your drive time yet. shiri. back to work and back to school today and at the bus stop this morning, i am expecting middle 40s. 45 degrees tomorrow. 7 a.m. will be our coolest hour at 44 degrees and warm-up back to 46 by 8 a.m. see what time we will hit the 50s. see where we will hit the 60s next. it is a real danger. drivers in one local town are finding their windows smashed, sometimes while they are driving sometimes while they are driving. coming up, pictures of the damage only on fox25 this morning and what police say is
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this a big talk they are morning. a facebook post that is being
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appalling. this morning, a facebook post is sparking anger and an investigation into one local town. daniel miller has the story, and daniel, tell us more about this. >> daniel: yeah, sara, the post has already been taken down. it was allegedly made by a weymouth fire fighter.
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often used to save addicts. narcan is a life-saving overdose drug. as fox25 has reported for months as fox25 has reported for months, area police and fire departments are beefing up supplies of narcan to save lives supplies of narcan to save lives. it is causing controversy in some local school districts that even started stocking their nurses with it. fox25 got a hold of the post before it was deleted off of facebook. take a look. this is just part of that post. it says, quote "narcan is the worst drug ever created. these losers are out of the hospital again and using again in hours. you lose, you use, you should lose." hundreds of people had had already shared screen shots of the original facebook post and are criticizing the writer's opinion. now right now we are not releasing the fire fighter's name until we can verify that he actually wrote that post himself actually wrote that post himself. weymouth's mayor tell us the patriot ledger he is aware of that poelt that post and the town will investigate. we will continue to follow the story all morning. in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 morning news.
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teenager also be arraigned this morning to enter a plea on murder charges. each are accused of shooting and killing a man in everett in january. the 19-year-old was shot in the head and found underneath an overpass. separate tragedies at two university of massachusetts campuses. two students were found dead. the umass lowell student discovered dead early yesterday morning in a bathroom in an academic building. a friend said the man was in a graduate program of engineering. he was a hard worker. he tells us that his friend died of a drug overdose. >> i was just in shock about it. it was a completely preventable thing, so we are all feeling pretty bad about it. >> gene: the student's name has not been released. his death was not suspicious. on friday a 20-year-old student died from an overdose at umass dartmouth. a nun is being called a hero after coming to the rescue of a man trapped underneath a fallen tree. it happened on saturday night.
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trying to cut down treat with the chain saw when it fell on his legs. his calls for help was overheard by a nun take by a nun taking a walk and praying. >> the nuns found him after hearing the calls for help. went out and investigated and found where he was, and they had to come back out to tell somebody. >> the fire department says without the nun's help, the man wouldn't have survived the cold overnight. he is being treated for severe leg injuries and hypothermia. 6:16 this morning. a boston hockey player that suffered a severe spinal cord injury is honored. lang shared uplifting words about her gratitude. the player was hurt during the winter classic game. she has no feeling in her legs and limited use of her arms. at the all-star game she told fans she is overwhelmed by the support and letters she receives and continues to receive from all over the country. >> every day i toy this myself wow, it gives knee little boost
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this. never give up. never stop believe never stop believing in yourself. >> gene: the nhl announced last night they donated $200,000 for her recovery. good morning, everyone, it is now 6:17. waiting for this accident to clear on 495 southbound. right at 93 in andover, but right now, volume isn't impacted by that accident. pike moving along fine from framingham through newton to the allston-brighton tolls. a little sluggish on the expressway. we are used to that. a live look at the pike through brighton. volume very manageable. 27 minutes on the pike from 495 to mass avenue. 24 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike. 31 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. meteorologist shiri spear joining us from the fox25 storm tracker weather -- storm tracker weather center, and shiri, it is february 1, and seeing great temperatures out there. >> yeah, so into january and
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coldest time of the year here in the boston area. today, a total exception to that rule. 46 out there now. there is that little bit of a wind chill because of the southwest winds at around 16 miles per hour. but the southwest winds, that is what is warming us up. in fact we are warmer now than the normal high temperatures for today, average high temperatures today, 36 degrees. we are already above that. and we are going to see temperatures this afternoon 20 if not 25 degrees above average. that is all ahead of this cold southwest winds. very warm here, and we will get increasing clouds and eventually a few of those spot showers later today. right now boston at about 46 degrees. we have the clouds out there. they will be thin enough this morning though that you will be able to make out partly sunny skies this afternoon, especially noon through 4:00 is when the clouds get thicker, and i am thinking 4:00 is when the threat for the shower will peak in boston. temperatures mid- to upper 40s.
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in the new bedford. 49 degrees as you wake up. high temperatures here also in the upper 50s. you can see as we head into the evening commute, we have that threat of rain. it will start a little bit sooner to the north and west of boston. i would say late morning through early afternoon. north of the mass pike, you will have to watch out for that lonely shower, in worcester, 42 degrees. we will particular with mostly cloudy skies today. temperatures not quite as high. lower 50s for you folks. future cast just to walk you through, point out at noontime, we have the thickest clouds across areas like keene and western massachusetts and i have to say that is where we could see a quick little sprinkle. more of a drop than a dash in any kind of downpour. plus about 90% of us stay dry today. so evening commute, the threat for rain will be focused south of the mass pike, and especially south coast over to the cape and islands through about dinnertime tonight. notice how limited that rain is. and then we have got clearing skies after that. so 58 degrees in boston today. 57, beverly. 59 in plymouth. 60 in norwood.
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59 in bedford. lower 50s worcester to orange. and only 49 in keene, new hampshire. but nashua does get up to 55 degrees. so loads of mid- to upper 50s on tap today. tonight we are back into the 30s spots like boston and immediate coastline. 20s inland with those clears skies. mid- to upper 40s with all-day sunshine. tomorrow ends up being a really quiet day. the next weather maker comes into town on went. wind and rain at times. heavy rain on wednesday, and by thursday, 48 degrees. we will have clearing skies, but still be breezy. quiet on friday, but watching an offshore storm, and sunday just light snow and rain a possibility at this point. back to you, guys. now 6:20 this morning. we know his stance on isis and immigration, but a new donald trump interview about same-sex marriage getting a lot of attention especially here in massachusetts. what he is promising if he becomes president. but first, you don't know his face, and he doesn't want to
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6:23. the state department is warning travelers don't wait to renew, why passport. one of our top stories on our
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expire causing a massive amount of renewal requests. general motors taking a giant step forward of putting self-driving cars on the road. gm has a dedicated team to create what they are calling a on a muss vehicle development team. it will start their work today and it will be led by one gm's vice president. the move shows the company just doesn't consider driverless cars as a concept, but something that can actually really work in the real world. well, for about two weeks now, gene, we have been covering the dangerous zika virus that is spreading rapidly in south america and the caribbean. some of the countries affect ready finding creative ways, though, to make people aware of the risk. check out this psa from jamaica. >> protect yourself and protect your baby
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-- julie can we laugh at that? >> sara: i don't know, because the zika virus is scary to me. >> julie: they just used a mosquito -- on her belly to protect the baby, so that is funny, right? >> sara: i don't know. i don't know, because the song explains all the ways to keep mosquitoes away. if you listen carefully, changing water in flower vases and taking out the garbage regularly. rio de janeiro is holding a carnival to warn people about the zika virus. >> julie: the more you know, let's take at that. a politician paid 137 to change his name right before the race. sh is sheldon. he legally changed his name to above -- none of the above. it doesn't make much sense here, but the last you name goes before the first name. so people can actually vote for none of the above. he was getting sneaky and creative here.
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the ballot needed a none of the above option. >> sara: people will do anything to get elected these days. >> julie: what if he runs away with the election. >> sara: there you go julie then i guess it worked. a couple is going viral for their insta-marriage. check this out. this couple married immediately after meeting for the first time. they randomly connected a year ago on instagram. the insta-groom and insta-bride said their love grew over love poems and songs. the newlyweds lived on opposite side, new york and california. i am so glad i am not in 9 dating world. it seems just very interesting -- >> julie: yes, a lot of swiping and surfing and and surfing and then marriages. >> sara: they can really get to know each other julie i guess that works out. they already tied the knot. what are you going to do. >> shiri: i have no words. i have no idea.
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coverage continues right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: now at 6:30, go ahead and check that calendar not because of the christmas lights. but because of the temperatures out there. feels like april, but it is february 1. temperatures could be in the 60s in some cities and towns in the area here. and either way, it is going to be delightful. >> sara: get out your shorts, tank tops, flip-flops, enjoy it while you can. >> gene: i am going to have to buy some flip-flops. >> julie: those christmas lights? we are having an identity crisis with the lights and the weather. >> gene: what is going on here. >> sara: does not make sense. >> shiri: what does make sense is the warm-up today. given that we have the winds coming in from the southwest today. that is always a really warm direction for us a breeze at 15 miles per hour in boston. breeze across the cape and islands. you will notice the wind from time to time. 47 in or lien and marian. marshfield 46.
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45 in malden. haverhill, 45 for you. hampton falls at 43 hampton falls at 43. up in new hampshire. 43 in ipswich, new hampshire. cooler in keene and nashua, 30 degrees but the local 40s going real strong in central massachusetts. day planner today has 40s this morning. that will be the rule. dressing for the 40s and 50s and sdhivts afternoon. by noontime 55 degrees with increasing clouds. we have just a handful of spot showers that will pop up on radar this afternoon. about 57 degrees at 3 p.m. and by 7 p.m., 45 degrees with a shower over the cape at dinner shower over the cape at dinnertime. but honestly of all spots, the best chance of getting that isolated, that lonely shower today will be over the cape, the islands and the south coast. we got a look at that plus later this week a much heavier rain come our way. details in less than ten minutes details in less than ten minutes. julie grauert with live time traffic.
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>> julie: yes i do, southbound near route 138 in woburn, a heavily traveled part of your morning commute. hopefully they will have that cleared quickly so it doesn't have a severe impact on our drive time. pike starting to slow down throughout weston tolls. expressway jammed in the usual spot around morrissey boulevard. 33 minutes on the pike from 495 to mass avenue. 25 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike. almost 40 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. gene and sara, back to you. breaking news morning, a toddler is removed from the home wither is us is injuries. >> sara: boston police confirm that a 3-year-old suffered some sort of trauma and was rushed to the hospital. michael henrich is live outside this homefront this home right now, and michael this home right now, and michael, we have seen police going in and out overnight. >> reporter: in the last 20 minutes or so as i tweeted out, boston police officers walked out of this house on alpine street in roxbury and actually got in their cruiser and drove off. this is the first time since the first 911 calls came in around 9
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9:40 last night this house hasn't been monitored. our different fox25 crews have been here ever since this incident first started. now as far as what exactly happened to this small child, we simply don't know yet, and we don't know how to 3-year-old is, but here is what boston police have confirmed so far that a 3-year-old child was taken out of the home around 9:40 last night with -- suffering some sort of trauma, and it was taken to boston medical center. again, what sort of trauma that child endured was not released. i have reached out to boston police again for more information, and within the last hour, we actually got ahead of the property records and found thought this home on alpine street is listed as a three street is listed as a three-family home. we haven't seen any of the residents come out. and we haven't been able to speak with any potential witnesses, but we continue to work to find out more about what took place here, and what led a
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hospitalized. as soon as we have more information, we, of course, will bring it to you in an update on the fox25 morning news. nor now live in roxbury, michael henrich, fox25 news. we are also following breaking news dorchester. an investigation sunday way right now into a crash that injured at least one person. this happened just before 2:00 this morning on mass ave on boston street. this is a busy intersection. initial reports say that a person was hit and possibly trapped under a vehicle. now it is unclear right now how the white suv in this video was involved in this accident, but it is on a tow truck right now to be taken from the scene. the victim was taken to the hospital with serious injuries. state police are in charge of the investigation this morning. primary season officially kicks off with the iowa caucuses kicks off with the iowa candidates are making one final push to gain support. fox25's blair miller is in des moines, eye wry new polls are giving an indication of what might happen. >> reporter: it is finally
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many people are glad it is. everywhere you look here in iowa, constant ads for the candidates. it all comes to an end later on tonight. we have been here in des moines this weekend that's where many of the candidates will end up tonight all of them hoping for a celebration event. all of the gop candidates are here except for iowa governor john kasich. he arrived in new hampshire saturday sand campaigning there very hard. his campaign told me they wanted to focus on that state early on before the other candidates arrived, many of them leaving iowa late tonight. the caucuses begin tonight at 7:00 central time here in iowa. the candidates are cramming in events before that though hoping for a last-minute bounce. final poll here in iowa came over the weekend showing hillary clinton and bernie sanders essentially tied. on the gop side, trump has a 5 on the gop side, trump has a 5-point lead over ted cruz, but the weather could be a real spoiler in all of that and keep some people away. they are forecasting a major winter storm here in iowa, already a blizzard watch.
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if that moves in early enough, it certainly could keep some people away. on the campaign trail in iowa, blair miller, fox25 news. now this morning something donald trump said over the weekend is getting a lot of massachusetts. in an interview, he said the supreme court mishandled same supreme court mishandled same-sex marriage rulings and things could change if he is elected. >> i would have much preferred that they ruled at a state level and allowed the states to make those rulings themselves, but -- just to button this up very quickly, sir. , you saying if you are president you might appoint justices to overrule the decision on same-sex marriage? >> i would strongly consider that, yes. >> trump said he tried to get judges on the bench that would put issues like same-sex marriage back in the hands of the states. fox25 is your source for all election coverage. blair miller continues his reports from iowa through tonight leading up to next week's primary. we have live reports from new hampshire every morning and
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election studio in manchester. don't miss fox25 reporter sharman sacchetti with in-depth report on the candidates and experts analysis and join us primary night from 5 p.m. straight through 11:30. live reports from candidates headquarters and stream it live on and through the fox25 news app. someone is intentionally damaging cars across an entire town by throwing heavy car parts on them. fox25 is the only tv station to get these photos from town send police. they show part of the damage to at least 15 cars. investigators say that is hard to track because it is happening to cars and homes all over town. some of the cars were parked. others were driving down route 13. neighbors say the parts being thrown are small, but the damage is serious. >> two pound, and they can do some damage. and cause an accident. and get other people involved in the accident. >> when we were a kid, sparkplug >> when we were a kid, sparkplugs, you throw them it
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>> sara: so far no one has been seriously hurt. townsend police do not have any leads. . police are looking into car and have nrichl new hampshire. take a look at the pictures of the damage. someone forecast someone broke into the cars and set them on fire. this happened saturday. one car was damaged beyond one car was damaged beyond repair. 6:38. new this morning one of the men convicted of gunning down four people including a 2-year-old boy in mattapan is asking the state's highest court to look at his case. dewayne moore was essential sans dewayne moore was essential sansed to life in prison for killing his girlfriend and her son and two others. the body the bodies were found in the street. it came after the sandy hook elementary school shooting that left 20 children dead. they want to question the jury to see if that decision may have tainted their decision during the freestyle. boston mayor marty walsh is praise praising the teamwork that led
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alleged gang percent. we first told but the arrest involved in operation mean streets as they were happening friday morning. that operation led to the indictment of 56 members of the ms 13 gang on murder, weapons and drug charges. fbi agents say the group was also recruiting middle and high school aged students. >> it protects a lot of teenager >> it protects a lot of teenagers and young people in the neighborhood by getting some of these gang members off the streets, and, also, gives neighbors feeling of peace and calm. >> many of the gang members arrested are from south america. happening today, a local mall is calming calling it quits after 37 years in the business. boston-com is reporting that the meadowglen mall in medford is closing today. the marshal's and kohl's will remain standing but the 40 other store also close. many of them have been empty for years. in december, medford's mayor announced that wegman's signed a lease at the mall. renovation also start soon but no word when the grocery store
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we track traffic together every ten minutes. 93 southbound setting you back 4 93 southbound setting you back 44 minutes from 495 in andover down to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: today we have got that slight risk of a shower that will likely boil down to maybe a handful of showers. total in southern new england. much better chance on wednesday. we will go for the risk for some downpours, winds and even freezing rain next. 6:40 this morning. those escaped inmates on the run for days after sophisticated prison break are back behind bars this morning. the tip that lid to their capture more than 400 miles away. a pair of college students are accused in a horrific crime. th here in vineland, home of progresso, we figured out how to get rich ingredients like bacon into 22 light soups,
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t it is a major national story that we are following this morning. two college students are under arrest in the murder of a 13-year-old girl.
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until her body was found 100 miles from home. fox25 daniel miller is here with what relatives found in the girl what relatives found in the girl's bedroom that told them that something was wrong. >> daniel: that's right, sara. the victim's mother said a dresser in the 13-year-old's bedroom was pushed up against her bedroom door and they believe she climbed out a window believe she climbed out a window. two virginia tech natalie marie keepers and david eisenhower have been arrested. eisenhower is charged with abducting and killing nicole lovell. they say keepers helped get rid of the girl's body. they discovered her in north carolina 100 miles from the home carolina 100 miles from the home. police think she was lured away using a internet dating web site using a internet dating web site. the news of the girl's death came as the community gathered for a candlelight ridge is spill didn't think that would happen to her, because she was always the cutest little thing, you know. >> it was really just a sickening feeling knowing that she wouldn't be coming back. >> daniel: investigators are
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clues in this case. but according to a police statement, eisenhower and the victim knew each other before she disappeared. police say eisenhower used this relationship to his advantage to kill her. both students are being held without bail this morning. in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 morning news. the three inmates that escaped from a southern california jail eight days ago are back behind bars this morning. police release this video of two of the men being led back into jail on saturday. those two men were caught in san francisco more than 400 miles from where they escaped. someone spotted the van they had stolen and called them into police, and a third man turned themselves in on friday. at least five other people were facing charges for helping threat men escape from prison. the girlfriend of boston mobster james whitey bulger expected to plead guilty to federal charges this week. catherine greig was indicted in december for refuse december for refusing to testify in front of a grand jury.
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for hiding bulger for the 18 years he was on the lam. bulger is serving multiple life sentences including murder. we are learning that whitey bulger may not be the fan of the latest movie about his life. a memorabilia dealer in la said the web site -- he bought photos from a man who knew bulger in prison. some of the photos are from johnny dep marks played bulger in "black mass. " bulger wrote his thoughts on the movie on them. one said the biopic is, quote, pure fiction. comedian bill cosby is trying to get his sexual assault charges dismisscosby's lawyers will ask a judge in pennsylvania to throw out aning a have a vateed indecent assault charge. s could we claims his relationship with andrea costan was romantic from the start. cosby says that he was a mentor and friend. 20 other women accused cosby of
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good monday morning. 6:46. starting on route 3 south of town moving along at a decent clip from 228 in rockland pass through 18 with average speeds of 29 miles per hour as approach braintree. little slow on 24 and 95, but that is typical for your weekday morning commute as you head north toward 128. expressway average speeds of 14 miles per hour right around morrissey boulevard. a live look, northbound -- even southbound lanes very slow going right now. over to those live drive times. 14 minutes on route 3 from 228 to the split. 17 minutes on 24 as you approach 128. 18 minutes on 95 as you approach 128. meteorologist shiri spear joining us from the fox25 storm tracker weather center, and we are starting the week off with 30s and 40s. >> reporter: yeah, a great way to start off monday morning here here, especially because it is warmer than our usual high temperature for the day, and our warm-up haven't even started. so 20 to 25 degrees above average today.
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tomorrow, but still those temperatures above average and then for wednesday, we have an inch or more of rain and even the potential for it to start as a little freezing drizzle on wednesday morning in central western massachusetts and southern new hampshire. our front that will be on the approach today. up ahead of it the southwest winds that warm us up big time. even as that front comes through, it is weak enough -- not a lot of juice to go along with it that we don't get much in the way of showers. noontime north of boston into southern new hampshire, i would say the fitchburg area back through springfield, where we have the thickening clouds. that is where we have a slight risk of a shower that passes through boston early in the afternoon and by the evening commute, areas like south coast, south shore, as well as the cape and islands where we have slight chance of a passing shower. not much green on the map because there won't that be many showers around. when they hit the evening hours, the clear takes over and wake up to sunshine tomorrow.
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50 in falmouth. if that is not warm enough, 60s in attleboro, brockton, taunton. plymouth and new bedford, 58 degrees. it doesn't some there, 60 in foxborough and dedham and natick foxborough and dedham and natick. 59 in woburn. boston, 57 degrees. chelmsford, 58. 59 in lynn. middle 50s ipswich to beverly. a little cooler across cape anne. 58 degrees in haverhill. 58 degrees in andover and cooler temperatures again in the hills. worcester again 53 degrees. auburn, 53 degrees. sound of 54. and douglas, 56. and then for southern new hampshire, we have got temperatures in the middle-50s in nashua and salem and raynham and durham, new hampshire. and we have you hillsboro and keene trapped. way above average. no complaining of the upper 40s and 50s and 60s today. tonight, it is back to the low 30s at the coast, the 20s inland 30s at the coast, the 20s a worry-free night as we are
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from start to finish, it ends up being nice and bright with temperatures in the mid- to upper 40s here for your tuesday. here is your seven-day forecast with the weekend always in view. today 58 degrees with a slight risk of an afternoon shower. groundhog day will be nice and bright. 47 degrees. 55 on wednesday. our trouble day because we have rain coming in, and at times that rain is expected to be heavy. we have downpours out there especially during the afternoon and the nighttime hours along with some gusts at least 40 miles per hour, perhaps stronger than that out across the cape and the islands. yeah, we will have to watch early wednesday morning for the wednesday morning commute. the potential forea couple of icy spots out to there far inland. by thursday, we are clearing out by thursday, we are clearing out. still breezy at 48 degrees. by friday, 39. we have partly cloudy skies, and an offshore storm system that i am keeping a close eye on. so far so good. it is not brushing by us, but again something worth watching and 40 degrees seattle and 40 degrees saturday. my pick of the weekend, more
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for a snow or rainshower. back to you, guys. >> sara: all right, shiri. a tale of two quarterbacks as the carolina panthers and denver bronco ace rife in california for the super bowl. one is in a suit, the other, well, we are not so sure what he is wearing, but sure is creating a lot of buzz. what we know about cam newton's crazy pants coming up. >> gene: i like those pants. aaron hernandez has reportedly penned another letter from behind bars. come awpingt 7:00, what he is saying about this year's season i want to show you some cutting edge technology. this is a vhs tape. push that tape in and hit play. this is a flip phone. have you seen these before? oh. looks like we're getting a facsimile. what year is it to you? it's old. you'd rather use newer technology? definitely. well, i've got this is the 2016 chevy volt. it uses extended range
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this probably has a lot of people clicking on. a woman is found dead in a florida motel room. it was very strange what else was found in that room. as it turns out two monkeys in a cage, live. there was also an incoherent man in the room. waiting for autopsy reports how that woman died. there was a note. police are not saying what the note said. the monkeys have been turned over to the florida fish and wildlife commission. a police officer's car is stolen responding to a burglary call. police in california got a call about a possible theft in progress, and when they got there, two men ran away from the
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when the officer chased them, a woman got into their cruiser and drove off. one of the officers tried to stop her, and ended up getting dragged by the car. that officer was treated at the hospital and is expected to recover. police are still looking for all three suspects. a woman in florida turns the tables on a police officer, blaming him of speeding. the woman says the officer sped past her going more than 90 miles per hour. she tailed him, eventually getting him to pull over and when he approached the car, she began asking him why he was going so fast. he denied he had been speeding. the police department he works for says they will investigate the woman's claims. super bowl week has begun both teams and the vince lombardi trophy have arrived in san francisco. social media abuzz over xwang cam newton's wardrobe choice for the plane ride. he was wearing gold, black and white zebra pants. an unusual outfit for him and
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their flight was delayed an hour their flight was delayed an hour. peyton manning arriving in a suit what could be his final football game ever. they arrived and the broncos flag was flying out of the cockpit window. summer sun something has begun summer nights we will-a, well-a >> a small taste from last night's "grease live" right or fox25. the live remake introduced a new generation to the 1978 classic starring john travolta and olivia newton john. the entire three-hour performance was live and feature performance was live and featured julianne hough and aaron tebate as danny and sandy. it scrawled across three stages. vanessa hudgen starred in last night's performance despite her father's death just hours before the show. >> gene: great reviews. hard to top the original i think. but we will see. i haven't seen it --
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the originals for my girls. i think they would love it. >> gene: it will be fantastic. 6:56 on this monday morning. we are updating breaking news we have been following for you throughout the morning. state police confirming the last five minutes that a woman was hit by a car and dragged from chinatown all the way to dorchester. we have a crew at the scene and an update just ahead at the top of the hour. coming up at 7:00 this morning, investigators are get morning, investigators are getting to the bottom of a high-speed train crash that killed commuters. the major evidence being released today that is expected to reveal what the teenager was doing at the controls. and the high temperature in boston today beating out amarillo, san francisco, as well as phoenix, arizona. it is going to be mild. i am going to break down how long you should expect these above-average temperatures next. plus, two young children found living among drugs and filth.
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