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worth doing right. >> shiri: how long the warm weather will last. >> jessica: and police hoping may get answers. >> sara: young child rushed to the hospital. three-year-old was found with serious injuries. >> gene: the election season officially kicks off in what
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disrupt the caucuses and why there's nothing anyone can do to stop it. coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news.ed. >> gene: good morning, everybody, welcome to brand-new month, it is monday, february 1st, i'm gene lavanchy. >> sara: i'm sara underwood. you may be able to drive with the windows down today with your t-shirts on, short sleeves. meteorologist shiri spear and stormtracker weather center when you say april like weather. >> shiri: going to be warm and wait until lunchtime to roll down windows, 48 in boston and beverly and worcester and couple spots including nashua and keene where we are at freezing right now, lower 30s, but check out today's warm-up but 9:00 a.m. i got temperatures upper 40s, if not 50 , going to bust into the mid and upper 50s by lunchtime today.
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showers up southern new hampshire, western massachusetts, passes through the boston area, between two and 4:00 this afternoon, so by dinner time the best chance or evening commute rather, best chance for a shower sit from the southcoast over to the cape and islands and then tonight clouds clear and storm system very little storm system little disturbance is long gone. 54 to 60 today with increasing afternoon clouds, i hope you're able to enjoy. i do have much higher rains coming to down for the middle of the week. now, over to julie grauert with live drive time traffic keeping close eye on volume. >> gene: heavy volume woburn down into medford and somerville, average speed 11 miles per hour and route 1 starting to slow down as we are used to seeing as we head southbound through saugus. pike moving along at decent clip, a little bit of volume accumulating out of weston tolls expressway very slow though as you could see both north and
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where we see the heaviest volume 28 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike, 50 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. gene and sara, back to you. >> gene: new details now on breaking story we have been following for you throughout the morning. two crime scenes in boston now connected one in dorchester and other one in chinatown. >> sara: woman was hit about i a car at one scene and appears dragged for miles. fox 25 jessica reyes is live on mass ave where this awful crash ended overnight. jess, you have new details from the state police. >> jessica:ia you, sara, minutes ago we heard back from state police, they have been piecing this together the last couple of hours, and they say the victim in this crash may have been dragged from chinatown all the way here to this intersection in dorchester. you could see they are still out here at this hour. the crews at both scenes overnight. police believe the suv you see across the street here is involved in some way. take a look, we have the video
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believe -- state police believe rather, that's where the victim was hit. shot on kneeland street near harrison street and sky fox was over the scene at dorchester, this is at columbia road and mass ave in dorchester. police have had columbia road closed off for several hours. this is a very busy -- one of the busiest intersections in dorchester and the scene again, it is still very active at this hour. now, boston and state police have been here at the columbia road scene since about 2:00 this morning. just about five hours now. it is less than half mile from 93 and state police believe that is the road that suspect may have taken to get here. taking look back live out at the scene, police are still out here at this hour, we did just get information around state police, but they are now handing the investigation over to boston police. they say that this unfortunately was likely fatal and new details will have to come from boston police. already e-mailed them and getting more information,
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possible, and we will pass it along to you. live in dorchester, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: ongoing investigation in roxbury where a three-year-old has been rushed to the hospitalized. boston police tell fox25 the child was taken from a home on alpine street. the injuries were described to us last night as traumatic. our crew was there overnight as investigators collected evidence have the house. the child was taken to boston medical center. right now there's no word on the child's condition. we will go live to the scene in just about 20 minutes. >> gene: today primary season officially kicks off with the iowa caucuses and blizzard could impact the caucus tonight and in demain where candidates are making one final push for support. >> reporter: after months and months trying to find out the who was the edge of the presidential race, tonight we should finally know when the caucuses begin and candidates
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most of them, once again, are spread out across the state campaigning with different rallies and town hall meetings. chris christie getting started first at 7:30 and rest will follow suit. caucuses start 7:00, 8:00 in boston and they think they will have some results within two hours of everything starting tonight. volunteers for the campaigns are also making last minute calls to residents here urging them to show up at the caucus precincts and be part of the process. but there's also a big wild card to all of this. there's a storm approaching this way. a big winter storm. there's already a blizzard watch for the area and i have been talking about our meetingologist back in boston and they believe the timing of the storm will move in after the caucuses start tonight. party officials are really banking on that the. this erworried if the storm moves at all and speeds up it could impact the voter turnout.
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tonight. that would be a record if it the weather. if the snow moves in early, it turnout. on the campaign trail in iowa, blair miller, fox25 news. >> gene: we are 1 week out from the new hampshire primary and some candidates looking ahead to get support in the granite state. john kasich is skipping iowa to make the rounds in new hampshire he has three town halls planned for today and rochester chris christie hot on heels and starting hopkinton at 4:30 and tomorrow the democrats will arrive. hillary clinton will spend tuesday in pair of organizing events and bernie sanders plans on attending voting rallies tomorrow in keene and in claremont. fox 25 is source for all election coverage. blair miller continues to coverage iowa tonight and we have live reports from new hampshire every morning and every night anchoring from the election studio in margin. each night at 7:00, don't mix fox25 political reporter sharman
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analysis. enjoy us primary night from 5:00 p.m. straight to 11:30 and live results and reports from canada's headquarters and stream it live to myfoxboston.com and also through the fox25 news app. >> sara: happening today the world health organization is holding an emergency meeting to find ways to battle the zica virus. it has been leading to birth defects and spreading through the mercks and it could classify as public health emergency and health experts say is similar to amber alert for public health. the agency only declared a public health emergency three times before for the swine flu, ebola and resurgence of polio in 2013. >> gene: worcester police found oxycodone and two bags of marijuana and $3,000 of cash in
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officers say most of the place was covered with animal feces and two young children were removed. grandmother says it wasn't that bad and police made the mess when they came to investigate. police said arrest of sheyla montalvo and natasha riley-murphy. we will let you know what happens at five and six. >> sara: reminding people it is a bad time to be out on the ice. man was found dead in mill pond in mansfield, and official believe he fell through the ice sometime over the weekend. experts say it is incredibly difficult to determine if the ice is thick enough to walk on. >> it could be -- have some kind of current underneath, so one area may be five inches thick, something 2 feet away that could be two inches thick and could have vegetation underneath, and there's no way of knowing. >> sara: in order for body of water to freeze there has to be
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enough. >> gene: 7:09 and happening today we are expected to find out why an amtrak train was going twice the limit when crashed and went eight people and injured more than 200. train derailed in philadelphia last may. it was going 106 miles per hour around a sharp curve. today federal investigators planned to release what they call a trove of evidence. expected that more than 2,000 pages of documents will be released. they will include black box data and transcripts of interviews with the train's engineer. recently learned the engineer was not using the cell phone at the time of the crash and posted documents on the website as soon as they come out. gene: today the mbta will hold another pair of meetings to talk about fair hikes for riders they will get chance to weigh in on two different proposals. one would raise fares by 7%, another hike fares by 10%. all in effort to try to close a 242 million-dollar deficit to fix broken trains. one meeting will be at ten park
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but if you can't make it you can submit the questions and comments online at mbta.com, second meeting at union station in worcester will take place tonight at 6:30. >> sara: opponents of natural gas pipeline being installed in west roxbury have lost a major battle. federal energy regulators rejected objections and allow work to continues. it centers how close the pipeline is to blasting quarry. 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 pressure gasoline next to active blast zone is reckless. >> julie: we track we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes every ten minutes. >> shiri: warm temperature
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and carries us to about 46 by 8:00 a.m., but look at 9:00 a.m., 50 , wait until you see what time we are close to 60 next. >> sara: it is a real danger that drivers in one local town traveling down the road when windshields are smashed. coming up at 6:30, 7:30 that is, pictures you will see only on fox25. what's causing all of this damage. >> daniel: facebook post being
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what it says about drug addicts you know the basic bargain of america is if you work hard, and you do your part, you should be able to get but so many families don't feel that's not the way america i want to go to bat for them every single day. get incomes rising... cut the cost of health caret and child care so people canr actually get ahead. hillary clinton, she has what it takes to get things done. i'm hillary clinton and i
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>> sara: post has been taken down that revved to drug addicts as losers. >> daniel: that's exactly right. post made by a weymouth firefighter. in it he slams the drug that is often used to save addicts. beefing up supplies of narcan to save lives and causing some controversy in local school districts that have even started stocking nurses with it. fox25 got ahold of the post before it was deleted off of facebook. take a look, this is part of the post that says that are can, quote, is the worst drug ever created. the losers are out of the hospitalized again and using
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you use, you should lose and they are criticizing the writer's opinion. right now not releasing the firefighter's name until we can verify actually wrote the post himself and the town will investigate. we will continue to follow this story for you all morning. in the newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> gene: two separate tragedies at university of massachusetts campus. two students found dead. the man was in the graduate program of engineering and hard worker. his friend told us he died of an overdose. >> i was in shock about it, and it was completely preventable thing. about it. >> gene: student's name has not been released. his death is not suspicious.
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overdose on umass dartmouth. >> sara: nun called a hero at wrentham at mount st. abby saturday night and trying to cut down the tree with chainsaw when went on the leg and calls for help overheard by the nun who was taking a walk and hearing. >> went out investigated and found where he was and then had to come back out to tell somebody. >> sara: the fire department says without the 91's help the man wouldn't have survived the cold overnight. he is being treated for severe leg injuries and hypothermia. >> gene: boston hockey player who suffered a severe spinal injury honored at hockey game. denna laing shared her uplifting words. she was injured during the winter classic. her family says she has no feeling in legs and limited use of arm. at all star game she told fans
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and support that she continues to receive from all over the country. >> everyday i thank to myself, wow, gave me boost to keep going and say i got this and never yourself. >> gene: nhl donated $200,000 to her recovery. >> julie: good morning, everyone, 7:18 on monday and start with slower spots the expressway, average peds 13 miles per hour from furnace brook parkway up to columbia road. 93 south sluggish from woburn through medford into the city and on route 1 as you could see right here, this is look at all the cameras i'm watching for you as you make your way to work, school, whatever it is this morning. here are live drive times, 31 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. about 495 to the leverett connector and 36 minutes on
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tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us and all morning we are saying welcome to april. skipping february because those temperatures very pleasant. >> shiri: and skipping march completely, so kind of dived face first into spring here. it is already 46 . that temperature right there is above normal high temperature for the day, and warm-up hasn't even started. you could see there's a little bit of sunshine there, partly sunny morning, those southwest winds at 16 miles per hour means that you're going to notice the breeze. average high 36 which, yes, already beating right now and up ahead of the cold front we will see all the warm air come in from the southwest. really warm wind direction for us and helping to boost temperatures 20 to 25 above average, so 46 will do it right now in boston and partly cloudy start to the day, and fair amount of cloud cover, temps thicker this afternoon and
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be a spot shower passing through the boston area. look at temperatures 57 in boston area, more likely get couple late day sprinkles, new bedford waking up to 48 , temperatures here cracking the mid and upper 50s as well, but here around i would say evening commute you got a chance for a little bit of rain in worcester right now, just a touch cooler at 41 , temperatures make it into the lower 50s in central massachusetts under the same partly sunny skies with thickening clouds into the afternoon. so hour-by-hour look with the future cast, want to pause things up at noon time today, clouds north and west of boston will be thickest and lunchtime southern new hampshire northern mass where we will have to watch for lonely shower. again, moving through the boston area early afternoon, 5:00 p.m. massachusetts we will watch for a couple rain drops and actually clear out overnight tonight and we got high temperature that crack 57 in boston, 58 in norwood and plymouth, 58 new bedford, right here southeastern mass, that's where i expect we get couple spots around 60
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in worcester and 53 in nashua, new hampshire. here is 7-day forecast for the weekend always in view. tomorrow all about the sunshine for groundhog day, 47 but wednesday we got the next weather maker along with heavy rain and strong gusty winds, heaviest rain, by the way, comes to the town afternoon and evening hours and dries out the end of the week and most of the weekend. >> gene: new donald trump interview about same-sex marriage getting a lot of attention. especially here in massachusetts what he promises if he becomes
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they are calling atom mouse and technology vehicle development team. >> gene: they will start the work today. move shows the company doesn't consider driveless cars as concept but something that can work in the real world. gene: students at m.i.t. win global competition at pod that could be used at futuristic transit systems. these are their designs. more than 100 teams with universities around the worldcom peteed in hyperloop pod competition and engineers could transport people up to 700 miles per hour. it was designed by space mogul elan mask and made up of 29 students in advisors. >> sara: kung fu panda three ran off with the box office this weekend. animated three quell debuted with $41 million and animated film in the performance in the
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several academy awards, and get this, sometime this week, star wars the force owakens will cross the 200 billion-dollar mark worldwide. >> gene: a lot of money. 7:25, officer in colorado getting ready to retire after 29 years on the force, but he didn't just want to retire so he decided to go out the with a dance party, and this is going viral. >> gene: others joined him, including the sheriff and video seen more than 4 million times.
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green room after. >> gene: woman was dragged by a car and dragged from chinatown all the way to dorchester. what we have learned from those two crime scenes coming up. >> shiri: welcome to february, everybody, 39 and it is not 30 and certainly no snow in the forecast. it is 50s, it is 60s, i will time out today's pretty impressive warm-up next. >> sara: patriot turned convict has reportedly written today in america, the top 1/10 of 1% owns almost as much wealth as the bottom 90% this great country and our government belong to all of us. wall street, corporate america, wealthy campaign donors have so much influence that the only way they are defeated is when millions of people begin to stand up and say loudly and clearly,
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complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: feels like april, temperatures could be reaching the 60s in some cities and towns this afternoon. looking forward to it. >> sara: in short sleeves. >> gene: as long as don't take credit for the next snowstorm. let's talk to you about what's happening weatherwise today because we got the winds coming up from the southwest, really warm air being yanked into new england, it is a touch breezy, nantucket, boston bedford all
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hour right now, even a little stronger in worcester, so you're going to field the mild breeze, 48 in falmouth and plymouth, 50 already in marshfield and malden and 46 , woburn 46, maynard and framingham 44 , 45 in haverhill, 42 in ipswich, new hampshire and new hampshire, keene, tyngsborough and 41 worcester, 43 in leominster and bump you all the way into the middle 50s with increasing clouds. spot showers something that we will be on the lookout for this afternoon, 90% of us will stay dry but the risk and 7:00 p.m. the risk will be closest to the cape and second half of the day
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grauert with live drive time traffic and a little bit of volume building because of the accident. 93 south jampacked through medford into somerville. we also have an accident on the pike eastbound. this is right near newton corner and volume is starting to build there, but sky fox is on its way, bring you live pictures as soon as we get them. hour on 93 south from 495 to leverett connector and braintree split to the exit for the pike. sara and gene, back to you. >> sara: breaking story we have been following for you all morning long. state police telling us that person was hit by a car in chinatown and then dragged more than 2 miles to dorchester. police believe the initial crash happened here just before 2:00 this morning on kneeland street and harrison avenue. police then found a woman in the
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road in dorchester. that's at least a ten minute drive. see ambulances and multiple boston police at the scene. we want to show you video from the scene in dorchester where the victim was found in a busy intersection. right now all we know the white suv is involved. police have not confirmed anything else about it. state police also say the person's injuries would have likely been fatal. live in dorchester with the latest investigation and next live report is in 30 minutes. >> gene: boston police confirm three-year-old suffered some sort of trim and police in and out of the house and following the investigation. >> michael: alpine street house in roxbury we have been keeping eye on since we first learned of this 911 call that
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a lot of details up in the air, not made public just yet but here is what boston police have confirmed so far. three-year-old taken to the hospital after suffering an unknown trauma or at least trauma that haven't been made public i should clarify and taken to boston medical center. we also don't know how the young child is doing this morning. working to find that out and looked at property records about hour and a half ago and found out home on alpine street is three family home according to those property records and they did use the staircase for what that's worth and waiting for the big information testimony cot out with boston police and reached out again this morning to see what they might disseminate to us and report it to you so again, as soon as we
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is doing especially and what might have happened, bring you update right away. michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: blair miller in des moines to give indication just what might happen. >> bair: it is finally caucus day and many people are glad it is. everywhere you look there are constant ads to the candidates and all comes to end later on tonight. we have been here in des moines this weekend and that's where many of the candidates will end up tonight, all of them hoping for celebration event and. john kasich arrived on saturday and campaigning there very hard. campaign told me they wanted to focus on that the state early on before the other candidates arrived, many of them leaving iowa tonight. the caucuses begin at 7:00
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they are cramming in so many events hoping for last minute bounce. final poll came over the weekend showing hillary clinton and bernie sanders essentially tied. on gop side trump has five-point lead over ted cruz. forecasting a major winter storm here in iowa, already a blizzard watch, forecasting six to 12 inches and moves in early enough people away. on the campaign trail in iowa, blair miller, fox25 news. >> gene: in interview donald trump said supreme court mishandled same-sex marriage rulings and things could change if he is elected. >> i would have preferred ruled at state level and state allow themselves. >> are you saying you become
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appoint justices to overrule the decision on same-sex marriage? >> i had strongly consider that, yes. >> gene: trump says he had get judges on the bench put same-sex marriage back in the hands of states. fox 23 source for all election coverage. blair miller continues report through tonight and leading up to next week's primary, live report every morning and every night and each night at 7:00, don't miss fox25 political supporter sharman sacchetti with in depth reports on expert analysis and live reports from canada's headquarters and also stream it all live at myfoxboston.com and fox25 news app. >> sara: new at 7:00, three page note addressed to fan from aaron hernandez and posted to
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in it hernandez says he roots for the former team and blasts kraft for being fake. he generally loved the former boss but clearly is no longer mutual but hernandez is in murder for prison and facing another double-murder trial in boston. >> sara: someone intentionally damaging cars. they show damage to 15 cars and investigators say it is hard to track because happening to cars and homes all over town and some of the cars were parked and others driving down route 13 and neighbors say the parts being thrown are small but damage is serious. >> 2 pounds can cause damage and accident. >> sara: so far no one has
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townsend say they don't have any leads. sara: someone broke into portsmouth cars and set them on fire. it happened saturday. one car was damaged beyond repair. new this morning one of the men convicted of gunning down four people including two-year-old boy in mattapan now asking the state's highest court to look at his case. duane moore was sentenced to life in prison for shooting and killing his girlfriend, two-year-old son and two others in 2010. the bodies were found in the streets. well that guilty verdict was handed down december 2012. shortly after the sandy hook elementary school shooting. sara: boston mayor marty walsh praising teamwork for dangerous alleged gang members.
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arrested involved in operation happening friday morning. the operation led to indictment of 56 members of the ms13 gang on murder weapons and drug charges. fbi agents say group also recruiting middle and high school age students. >> gives neighborhoods feeling of peace and calm. many of the gang members arrested are from south america. >> gene: local mall calling it quits after 37 years in business, boston.com reporting the mall in medford is closing today. marshall's and kohl's will remain standing but others will close. many stores have been closed for years. wegman's signed lease at the
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the grocery stores will open. >> shiri: slight risk of shower to me says one or two out there on radar this afternoon and much better risk on wednesday, i will go over the threat for downpours, even freezing drizzle and rain when we come back. >> gene: it is a significant
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was wrong. >> daniel: the victim's mother as dresser in 13-year-old's bedroom had been pushed up against the bedroom door and they believe she climbed out of the won't. two virginia tech students have been arrested. eisenhower is charged with abducting and killing her and keeper help get rid of the girl's body. it is nearly 100 miles from her home. police think they was lured away using internet dating website. news of the death came as community gathered for candlelight vigil. >> i didn't think it would happen to her. >> it is a sickening feeling know she wouldn't come back. >> daniel: according to police
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victim knew each other because she disappeared. eisenhower used these to his advantage to abduct and kill her we will continue to keep you posted. in the newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sara: police release video of two men led back into the jail on saturday. those two men were caught in san francisco more than 400 miles away from where they escaped. someone spotted the van that they had stolen and called it into police and third man turned himself in on friday, at least five other people facing charges for helping three men escape from prison. >> gene: girlfriend of whitey bulger expected to plead guilty. she was in court in september for refusing to testify in grand jury. bulger serving life sentence for
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greig's change-of-plea hearing is scheduled for wednesday. gene: also learning might be may not be a fan about his life. memorabilia dealer in l.a. tells website page six he bought photos from man who knew bulger in prison. some of the photos are of johnny depp who played bulger in black mass and haven't seen the photos but apparently he wrote thoughts on the pictures. one wrote it is pure fiction. >> sara: this week bill cosby will ask to throw out aggravated indecent assault charge against him. cosby claims relationship with accuser was romantic from the start. she says cosby was only mentor and friend and more than 50 other women accused cosby of sexual assault. >> julie: good monday morning,
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route 1 in saugus, zoomed in a little bit, have an accident and northbound lane as approach lynn fells parkway and tow truck just pulled up and slowing things down in the northbound lanes right now, see traffic is stopped. southbound that's where we typically see the high volume, but even slower and 93 south sluggish medford and somerville. we also have the accident on pike in very problematic spot and eastbound in newton, see that reflected in the drive times. here we go, 32 minutes route 1 from 138 to the tobin, hour 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector, hour and ten minutes eastbound from 495 to mass ave. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and that's what you say is on the way.
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60s and temperatures 20 to 25 above average tomorrow cooler day but still above average, still very bright and then for wednesday, that's the sloppy day, inch or more in forecast and potentially start as freezing drizzle further inland in southern new hampshire, massachusetts. this is the front that's going to come through today and along with it we do get increasing clouds really really mild and custom forecast for the town or city using fox25 weather app and here it is noon time today where we have the thicker clouds, southern new hampshire, into let's say north central massachusetts and springfield area and slight risk of shower and everybody has risk today in boston area between two and 4:00 p.m. i can see there being a lonely shower coming on through and best chance of all right here over southeastern massachusetts, south shore, cape and islands, southcoast and going to be for the evening commute and straight through
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in fact, future cast here looking dry at 8:00 p.m., i was just looking at some of the latest information, and it and last blast of rain in southeastern massachusetts through 10:00 tonight. after that though we will clear out, and thisez are mild temperatures, 50 in falmouth, 49 in chatham, i know you're hoping for 60s on the map and there they are, middleborough and plymouth about 58 , more 60s though foxborough over to dedham and natick, boston hits 57 , 57 in hudson, 56 in chelmsford, northeastern massachusetts a little cooler out across cape ann, rockport at 42 -- 52 but 57 in topsfield and haverhill and central massachusetts lower 50s for you in worcester and auburn and spencer, douglas to 54, fitchburg 54, harvard worry and more of the middle 50s in spots like manchester, new hampshire, got salem as well as nashua and mildford, all
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afternoon and that's above average for everyone. tomorrow on the flip side we got all day sunshine, but we only got temperatures in the mid to upper 50s. not too shabby considering the normal high in boston 36 this time of year and getting cooler for groundhog day and nice and bright, wednesday is messy weather day, and a lot of rain coming into the picture, especially heaviest as we hit the afternoon and evening hours and for thursday, trying to click on wednesday to zoom in there, heaviest rain afternoon and evening along with the wind, thursday dry out but stay breezy, friday watching coastal storm and so far in the clear and over the weekend with 40s both days with the slight risk of some rain or snow on sunday. back to you. >> sara: all right, shiri. this morning health experts taking new steps to fight off a dangerous virus.
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>> sara: police say there was a monkey found in a woman's home that died. there was a note but police not revealing what the note said. the monkeys turned over to the florida fish and wildlife commission. sara: woman said officer went past her at 80 purpose and he pulled her over and he then denied he had been speeding and police department says he worked for will investigate the claims. >> gene: super bowl week has started. social media a buzz over cam
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plane ride. he was wearing zebra pants and did spike a few jokes on twitter as for the broncos they did land in san jose, california and broncos flag flying out of the cockpit window. that was a taste from last night's grease live. it introduced new generation to the 1976 classic of olivia newton john and john travolta. it featured joule anne hough. >> gene: tell me more, tell me more.
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break. >> gene: 91 -- nun hears cries for help and what could have ended up badly. >> shiri: how long the warm stretch sticks around coming up. >> sara: two young children
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>> gene: woman hit in chinatown dragged in dorchester. >> gene: we are in iowa where mother nature could spell trouble for the caucuses. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: 8:00 monday morning, february 1st, we have a brand-new month. i'm gene lavanchy. >> sara: started of new month and you may think it is april judging by the weather today. shiri spear is in the stormtracker weather center that
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windows today. >> shiri: knocking at door 50s and boston 47, beverly 47, worcester at 44 and there's a pocket of cooler air up into keene and nashua, new hampshire where it is still in the 30s, but warm-up is happening under partly sunny skies by 10:00 this morning and going to be in the lower 50s by lunchtime today with increasing clouds and temperatures mid to upper 50s, and then we will see pops of 60s this afternoon and threat couple hit or miss showers, see them especially over southeastern massachusetts in time for the evening commute, so for everybody that slight chance does exist. 54 to 60 for your highs today, temperatures good 20 to 25 above average and closer look into morning commute and speaking of commute look from
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>> julie: further northbound lanes moving again and accident has cleared and slower lanes southbound and used to seeing heavy volume there during the weekday commute and see on the map, double red lines slow going in both directions. 93 south typical volume stoneham, medford into somerville and pike eastbound before washington street in newton. here are live drive times, 52 minutes route 1 from 128 to the tobin and hour 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector and over an hour eastbound from 495 to mass ave. sara and gene, back to you. >> sara: state police now say a driver struck woman in chinatown and drag her 2 miles in dorchester. live at intersection mass ave and columbia road and, jess,
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when you first arrived overnight >> jessica: there was. police just cleared the area in past five or so minutes which is a horrifying update we got from state police about an hour ago and may have been dragged from chinatown all the way here to columbia road in dorchester. more than 2 miles. this is a video from chinatown. police say she was walking with a man on kneeland street near harrison street, he was also hit and taken to the hospital with what police are calling nonlife-threatening injuries and state police scald around 2:00 this morning for woman hit by car and when they got here they did determine she was, in fact, the chaina town victim. she had what police are calling severe traumatic injuries. she was alive they say when taken to the hospital but they do say she was not expected to survive.
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been here to columbia road since 2:00 this morning and cleared last five minutes or so and less than mile 93 onramp and state police believe that was the road the suspect may have taken to get here from chinatown. that's a ten minute drive. taking look and hosing down the road and been closed six hours now as police have been out here investigating and processing evidence and state police say the suspect in all of this is in custody. the car or suv involved has just been towed moments before police cleared the scene and boston police now handling this investigation and working with them to get more information including the victim and suspect names and live in dorchester, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: also breaking this morning ongoing investigation in roxbury where a three-year-old has been rushed to the hospital.
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the child was taken from a home on alpine street. the injuries were described to us last night as traumatic. our cry was there overnight as investigators collected evidence from the house. the child was taken to the boston medical center right now there's no word on the child 's condition. >> reporter: finally know when the cautions begin and candidates aren't holding back either and most of them spread out across the state campaigning with different rallies and town hall meetings. chris christie getting started first at 7:30 and rest will follow suit. caucuses start at 7:00 tonight local time, 8:00 in boston and
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start to have some results within two hours of everything starting tonight and volunteers of the campaign making last minute calls to residents here urging them to show up at caucus precinct and be part of the process. but there's also a big wild card to all of this. there's a storm approaching this way, big country it had winter storm and i have been talking with our meteorologist back in boston, and they believe the timing of the storm will move in after the caucuses start tonight party official are really banking on that. they are worried if the storm moves at all and speeds up, it could impact the voter turnout. 120,000 people showed up for the caucuses four years ago and governor here is expecting 150,000 people to show up tonight. that would be a record if it happens and again, all eyes on weather and snow moves in early it could certainly impact the turnout. on the campaign trail in iowa, blair miller, fox25 news.
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new hampshire primary and some candidates are looking ahead to get voters support there. john kasich has throw tall planned today, first one at 9:30 and chris christie has two events in hopkinton at 4:30 and tomorrow the democrats will arrive and hillary clinton will spend tuesday at pair of organizing events and bernie sanders plans on attending voting rallies at keene and claremont. fox25 your source for election coverage and blair miller has reports and election studio in manchester. each night at 7:00, sharman sacchetti with in depth report on candidates and experts analysis and join us on primary night from 5:00 p.m. straight through 11:30 and live results and reports from canada's headquarters and also stream it all live to myfoxboston.com and through the fox25 news app.
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world health organization holding emergency meeting to find ways to battle zica virus. spreading explosively through the americas and who could classify as public health emergency and health experts say it is similar to amber alert for public health. the agency only declared public health emergency three times before for the swine flu, ebola and resurgence of polio in 2013 as well. nation of el salvador urging women to avoid getting pregnant in 2018 and effort to stop the virus from spreading. abortion is illegal in the country and birth control is pregnant and advising women to become pregnant to avoid infection. >> gene: house filled with drugs and filth over the weekend two women will have to answer to
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they found 100 oxycodone pills, two bags of northbound and $3,000 in cash in king street friday. officers say most of the home was covered in animal feces. two young children were removed from the home. grandmother tells us police made the mess when they came to investigate. they arrested the mother of the two children. sheyla montalvo and her partner, natasha riley-murphy. both were charged with drug trafficking and children now in state custody and we will let you know what happens at five and six. >> sara: this morning fire official reminding people it is a batted time to be out on the ice. man found dead at mill pond in mansfield and incredibly difficult to determine if the ice is thick enough to walk on.
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of knowing. >> sara: in order for body of water to freeze there could be long periods of cold and this winter haven't been cold enough. >> gene: train going 106 miles per hour around a sharp curve and plan to release what they call a trove of evidence. the documents are expected to be more than 2,000 pages long and include black box data and recently learned the engineer was not using cell phone at the time of the crash and we will post the documents at the website as soon as they come up. >> sara: opponents of natural gas pipeline have lost a major battle. they rejected objections about the pipeline and allowed work to continue. the objection center around how close the pipeline is to active blasting quarry.
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working with elected officials encouraging them to appeal and have backing of stephen lynch and says building next to gasoline is reckless. sara: some people trying to stop a local medical marijuana dispensary. they want to open at route 9 in southborough. it is in the final step of the application process and only needs approval from town selectmen. nearly 200 residents have signed petition against opkennedy greenway it. they say it is too close to a school even though it is legally far enough away. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. hour on 93 southbound from 495 in andover to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: temperature about 47 , bump you up to 50 by 9:00 a.m., 10:00 this morning
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>> sara: facebook post went viral. post criticized drug addicts and drug created to save lives. fox25 daniel miller in the newsroom with the post that is causing all of this controversy. >> daniel: post made by weymouth firefighter and he claims drug often used to save addicts, narcan lifesaving. area police beefing up supplies to save lives and causing controversy and have even started stocking nurses with it and fox25 got ahold when deleted off of facebook. here is look at it and narcan, quote, worst drug ever created,
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hospital again and using again in hours. you use, you should lose. hundreds of people have already shared screen shots of the original facebook post and criticizing the writer's opinion right now not releasing the firefighter's name until we can verify that actual post was written by him. weymouth's mayor tells the patriot ledger he is aware of the post and town will investigate and keep you updated on the story all morning. daniel miller, fox25 news. >> daniel: >> gene: student found dead in academic building at umass. man was in graduate program of engineering and hard worker and tells us the friend died of overdose. >> i was in shock about it and it was completely preventable thing so we are all feeling pretty bad about it.
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not been released and friday 20-year-old student died from overdose at umass dartmouth. >> sara: 91 called hero coming to rescue of man who had fallen at st. mary's saturday night. he was trying to cut counsel a tree with a chainsaw and landed on leg. >> went out and investigated to tell somebody. >> sara: fire department says without the nun's help he wouldn't have survived overnight he is being treated for severe leg injuries and hypothermia. >> gene: woman slashed in the face by a robber who had a box cutter. when she screamed for help, two men stepped in and held suspect
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>> they did a great job. >> figure right thing to do. >> gene: woman had cuts on her face but otherwise she was okay. >> julie: good morning, if you're taking pike eastbound i would avoid taking 128 and average speeds 4 miles per hour. so volume very heavy as you approach the weston tolls. the accident that was in newton eastbound has cleared and avoid the pike, hop on route 9 to avoid the gridlock, things slow furnace brook parkway up to columbia road and see northbound bumper-to-bumper and very bright tank. here are live drive times, hour on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. 37 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike and we are seeing the drive times increase before our eyes, 63 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now.
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we are warmer than amarillo, phoenix and san francisco. so take that february 1st. >> shiri: eat that, california if you like that graphic, go to the facebook page and dare wear the short sleeves today, right now 47 and nice warm start, southwest wind 15 miles per hour and what it is doing, it is really boosting the temperature into above average territory. average high for this day is 36 and we are above that even before the warm-up really takes off and because of this really warm wind that's coming into play up into the cold front, cold front comes through this afternoon, along with thicker clouds, slight risk for a shower, more likely spots to get rain drops this afternoon, includes new bedford, we are off to the partly sunny start but you can see clouds getting thick this afternoon, temperatures will make it into the upper 50s by 2:00 p.m. about 57 and
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i want to say all the way through 10:00 p.m. we will have to watch out for showers there verses somewhere like boston at 47 right now and we got partly sunny start, yes but in come clouds later on today and slight risk of shower i want to say between two and 4:00 p.m. see future cast beefing up the clouds as we go noon and slight risk one or two rain drops total and most of us get through today dry and evening commute and dinner time focuses down across the southcoast, cape and islands and during the overnight hours, we end up clearing out those clouds in sex all day tomorrow, 58 today in boston and norwood, 59 in plymouth, i expect southeastern mass where we get pops of 60s today, nashua 53, beverly 57 and about 51 in hyannis, 20s and 30s overnight tonight, making way to mid and upper 40s here tomorrow. so it is going to be a little cooler by comparison here as we head into the very bright tuesday. by wednesday 55
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but we got all the rain that's coming into play, if it arrives soon enough we will have to watch out for some freezing drizzle in southern new hampshire as well as western massachusetts at onset and temperatures like this end up being plain rain and strong gusty winds keeping it dry through end of the week and weekend when we hit sunday with slight risk of snow shower. >> gene: whitey bulger sharing his opinions from behind bars. what he thinks about the recent movie focusing on his life.
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>> sara: boston hockey player that suffered a severe spinal injury honored at nhl all star gang. denna laing shared uplifting words about her recovery and gratitude. her family says she is no feeling in her legs and limited use of arms and told fans she is
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messages of support that she continues to receive from all over the country. >> everyday i thank to myself give a boost to never give up, never stop believing in yourself. >> sara: the nhl announced last night it has donated $200,000 to her recovery. >> gene: best of the nfl out the of hand and second half both teams gave up on tackling and best of the nhl that's in doubt, all the patriots didn't show up, 133 players said no thanks and right up middle for touchdown
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is going away and still announced people are probowlers and then they will have a competition and comedy night and don't want to get hurt, season is over. >> julie: more than 100 teens universities from around the world completed in hyperloop pod competition and hyperloop is high speed system that engineers believe could transport people at up to 700 miles per hour. it was designed by space mogul and made up of students and advisors. >> julie: face smashed into
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>> gene: storm trooper on motorcycle delivered along with a note and frame portrait and note along with it. >> julie: trend $200 billion. >> gene: i got catching up to do.
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complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> sara: 8:30 we want to make you smile. a year ago we were bracing for a second blizzard of brutal winter and today, my friends, opening the window as temperatures could reach 60 in some cities and towns. city here, shot on boston common just about half hour ago, looks so great out there.
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going on later and picnicking. >> sara: took my daughter to go ice skating and it was melting. today it will be worse. >> gene: i have to get new flip-flops. >> shiri: going to be on sale. wind coming from the southwest and going to pull a lot of warm air into new england, 18 miles per hour winds and strongest i boston and sustained and feel the mild breeze out there today, 47 in orleans, 48 in plymouth, 50 now in marshfield, 47 in boston, norwood 47 and waltham as well, haverhill 45 and 44 worcester and 37 tyngsborough and 36 in keene and cooler
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general rule is 40, stepping outside now and 55 at noon time with increasing clouds this afternoon we are going to be on washout for power, along with couple pops of 60 degree temperature and particular you hour-by-hour and watching an accident julie accident eastbound just cleared and hopefully means drive times will lighten up. 93 south and medford into somerville and route 1 looking a little bit better. zakim bridge though nice and bright out there like shiri says and leverett connector and reasonable volume on zakim bridge. here are live drive times, 22 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin, hour 495 to the leverett connector and 40 minutes on 128 southbound from
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gene and sara, back to you. >> gene: new details breaking story throughout the morning and state police tell us two people were hit by car in chinatown, one of them was dragged to 2 miles in dorchester. police believe the initial crashed happened at kneeland street in harrison and chinatown and one man injured there and woman in the road at mass ave and columbia road in dorchester, that's ten minute drive and overnight investigation in chinatown and multiple boston police on the scene and dorchester busy intersection white suv has now been towed. police say it was involved and state police say the person's injuries would have likely been fatal. live in dorchester all morning with the latest on investigation next live report is in 30 minutes. >> sara: breaking news in roxbury. emergency crews rush child to
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several hours searching house in roxbury. michael henrich live outside the home. michael, you were there as investigators worked overnight. >> michael: they have been in and out last several hours and echoed same thought and police tape is still here on this house on alpine street in roxbury and one police cruiser still here. now, we still don't have the answers to many of our questions, including especially how that child is doing this morning. here is what boston police have confirmed so far. three-year-old taken to boston medical center after suffering some sort of trauma. have not learned what sort of traumatic event that was last night. do know the call came in around 9:40. we have also learned by looking at property this is three family home and some of the neighbors who i spoke with within the last
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the apartments at very least is vacant and did not know the family that might be involved in this particular situation. so we wait. i reached out to boston police this morning, trying to learn more for you to see what happened to this child and how child doing this morning as soon as we learn of update bring it to you live. michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: candidates making one final push to gain support. fox25 blair miller in des moines to give indication what might happen. >> bair: constant ads for the candidate and all comes to end later on tonight and we have been here in demain this weekend and many of the candidate will end up tonight, all of them hoping for celebration event. all the gop candidate are here today except for ohio governor john kasich. he arrived in new hampshire saturday and campaigning there very hard.
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focus on that the state early on before the other candidates arrived many leaving iowa late tonight and cramming in so many events before that though today hoping for last minute bounce. the final poll here in iowa came out over the weekend showing hillary clinton and bernie sanders essentially tied. when the gop side trump has five-point lead over ted cruz and could be real spoiler and forecasting a major winter storm here in iowa, blizzard watch, six to 12 inches and if that moves in early enough it certainly could keep some people away. campaign trail in iowa, blair miller, fox25 news. >> sara: trouble on campaign trail for senator ted cruz. cruz campaign sent out mailers
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to voters and says to improve the score the voter could go out in caucus. iowa secretary of state says there's no such violation and telling voters otherwise it is wrong and cruz campaign has refused to apologize. >> gene: something donald trump said over the weekend and getting a lot of attention and supreme court mishandled same-sex marriage rulings and could change if elected. >> allowed the states to make the rulings themselves. >> to button this up quickly, if you become president you might try to appoint justices to overrule the decision on same-sex marriage. >> i would strongly consider that, yes. >> trump says he tried to get judges on the bench that would put issues like same-sex marriage back in the hands of the states. blair miller has reports from
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to next week's primary live reports from new hampshire every morning and every night anchoring from the election headquarters in manchester. each night at 7:00, don't miss fox25 political reporter sharman sacchetti with in depth reports on candidates and expert analyst join us primary night eight to 11:30 and we will have live report from headquarters and stream it all on myfoxboston.com and through the fox25 news app. >> sara: another letter from aaron hernandez has surfaced. three page note posted by tmz sports and in it and blast owner robert kraft from being fake and generally lived the former boss but feeling is no longer mutual and hernandez is in prison for
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two other deaths. >> sara: someone intentionally damaging cars. so part of the damage to at least 15 cars and hard to track because happening to cars and homes all over town. neighbors say the parts being thrown are small but damage is serious. >> few pounds and damage and people involved in the accident. >> throw it up against glass, smashes the glass. >> sara: so far no one has been seriously hurt and townsend police have no leads. sara: car vandalism has been breaking into cars in
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one car damaged beyond repair. >> gene: ran a stoplight in centerville saturday night. police say he then hit passing car causing it to role-over and neighbors that saw the crash pulled into the driveway of nearby home. he will anybody court this morning. the woman driving the car that cronan hit was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. >> sara: 19-year-old shot in the head and found underneath overpass. >> shiri: slight risk of a shower today tells me that there will be just a handful of showers out there much bigger threat on wednesday with some
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>> sara: two college students are under arrest of killing a 14-year-old girl. the police found girl's body close to 100 miles from her home daniel miller is here with what relatives found in the girl's bedroom that told them something was wrong. >> daniel: 13-year-old mother says dresser had been pushed up bedroom door and they believe she climbed out of window. two virginia tech students, natalie marie keepers and david eisenhower. eisenhower charged with
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keeper helped get rid of her body. police think she was lured away using internet dating website. the news of the girl's death came as gathered for candlelight vigil. >> i didn't think that would happen to her because she was always the cutest little thing. >> it was a sickening feeling knowing she wouldn't be coming back. >> daniel: investigators are still trying to piece together clues in this case but according to police statement eisenhower and victim knew each other before she disappeared. police say eisenhower used the relationship to his advantage to abduct the 13-year-old and kill her. daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sara: three inmates that escaped back behind bars this morning. police release this video of the two of the men being led back
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those two men caught in san francisco more than 400 miles away from where they escape. someone spotted the van that they had stolen and called it into police. the third man turned himself in on friday. at least five other people are facing charges for helping the three men escape from prison. >> gene: girlfriend of boston mobster james "whitey" bulger bulger expected to plead guilty this week currently serving eight year sentence to high bulger during the scene years they were on the lam and bulger serving life for murder. gene: memorabilia dealer in l.a. tells website page six he bought photos from a man who knew bulger in prison. some of the photos are of johnny depp who played bulger in black mass and haven't seen the photos but apparently bulger wrote
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those photos. one says film is pure fiction. >> sara: this week built cosby's lawyers will try to throw out a indecent assault conviction. cosby claims the relationship was romantic from the start and she claims it was only him as a mentor. >> julie: 93 south average speeds 9 miles per hour as you head from medford into somerville and 128 southbound also sluggish through the lexington area. expressway jammed furnace brook parkway up to columbia road and as you could see slow going past exit 13 freeport street. here are live drive times, 44 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave, 45 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike, almost an hour on 93 south from
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get ready to head out the door, grab the sunglasses as well and meteorologist shiri spear here to tell us about warmer than usual temperatures out there. >> shiri: sun glasses and short sleeves and feel like spring, invent to 25 above average this afternoon, got cooler sunshine for the day tomorrow but temps will still be above average and we got an inch of rain oned on wednesday and powers coming in and could be cold enough, especially out in western massachusetts, merrimack valley to get a couple pockets here of freezing drizzle, that's for the wednesday morning commute. right now it is all about the warmth, mild air, these clouds are going to increase up ahead of the cold front today and that's what you find through noon time, north and west of boston we do tend to turn mostly cloudy here by lunch today and slight risk for passing shower boston area between two and
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quick drop and dash and a little bit of rain here and by 5:00 p.m. risk will sit over southeastern massachusetts, i think future cast is underdoing it here from the southcoast to the cape and islands and couple passing showers through the evening commute and dinner time tonight and clearing skies and 52 in born, 51 barnstable, 51 nantucket and want warmer than that, check out 60s in brockton, taunton and middleborough, 59 in plymouth, 57 new bedford, even around the boston area we are talking temperatures flirting with 60 , 58 in boston, 59 in braintree, natick, dedham, foxborough, there's some more 60s on the map today in northeastern massachusetts, a little bit cooler as we go across cape ann, rockport 52 and 55 ipswich, 57 haverhill over to andover and central massachusetts another spot where those higher
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cooler auburn and worcester 52 verses 55 in boylston or in douglas in southern new hampshire we got some middle 50s here in salem and raymond, manchester, new hampshire about 53 , cooling as we head westward, so keene 49 this afternoon. terry mussari mid to upper 40s which is really really warm, boston normal high this time of the year, only 36 and temperatures tomorrow for groundhog day, about 47, we will take it here. wednesday is next messy day. we got temperatures around 55 but we will start the morning near freezing, so that means initially as this moves in as i mention earlier, southern new hampshire, western mass in particular we have to watch out for pockets of freezing drizzle and 55 changes to all plain rain, heaviest afternoon and evening, could see gust easily 40 miles per hour, it is not stronger over the cape, comes to an end here, predawn hours of thursday. thursday we clear out, stays
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ocean storm but so far so good, steering clear and slight risk of sunday rain or snow shower. back to you guys. >> sara: big push to develop the car of the future. high level talks to make the commute so simple that cars drive themselves. >> daniel: why couple says they knew eve here's the truth -- some have proposed to cut social security for the elderly and disabled vets.
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>> sara: state department warning travelers do not wait to renew the passport. 49 million passports that will expire in the next three years causing a massive amount of renewal request through 2018. sara: happening today general motors taking one giant step forward into putting self-driving cars on the roads. gm dedicated team to create what they are calling the autonomous vehicle development team that
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led by one of gm's vice president and move shows the company doesn't consider driveless cars as concept and can worm in the real world. >> gene: social media abuzz over cam newton choice of wardrobe for the plane ride wearing gold, black and white zebra pant. it is subject to few jokes on twitter as you might suspect. as for the broncos their flight was delayed about an hour, but they did get to san jose, california and they had that broncos flag waving from the cockpit of the airplane. >> sara: taste from greece. live remake introduced new
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starring john travolta and olivia newton john and it was live and feature julie anne hough. we talked to the actor that played kiniki and he was so excited. >> this is the biggest and craziest live show anyone tried to do. >> sara: vanessa hutchins start despite her father's deaths hours before the show. >> gene: watching that i got chills and they are multiplying. 8:00 pix on monday morning and a lot more coming your way in next hour, we are set to learn a lot more about the deadly amtrak crash. why investigators are sure the
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paying attention. >> shiri: our weather beats out san francisco, california and see how long we will have the warm weather in place when we come back. >> sara: something delicious is happening at dunkin'. come in today to get any sandwich for $2.99 after 12:00 p.m.
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