tv FOX 25 Morning News FOX February 2, 2016 4:00am-4:30am EST
. now at 4:00, the iowa caucuses are over and the vase not decided. hillary clinton and bernie sanders remain neck and neck. still no official democratic winner for the caucuses and ted cruz declares a gop victory. now it is on to new hampshire. candidates arriving overnight for the first of the nation primary. fox25 with team coverage. and a child rushed to the hospital with serious injuries. the new details this morning and what we learned about the relative under investigation. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> daniel: talk about a late night. it is 4:00 on this tuesday,
>> julie: good morning i am julie grauert. a lot to have wait for. no official winner for the democrats. we will bring that to you as soon as we get it. first your forecast. meteorologist shiri spear say temperatures are winning below average. >> shiri: they are and boston is at 40 degrees. you off to real mild start, but suburbs are in the 30s and even 20s. worcester, 31. 26 in norwood. 27 in nashua. so you are dressing for cooler temperatures this morning than yesterday. notice by 6:00 this morning though, temperatures-wise, we are seeing a lot of low and mid-30s on the map. sunshine all throughout the day with a couple of high, thin clouds mixes in. temperatures are in the middle 40s. once we hit the afternoon hours a couple of spots peak at 50 degrees. for the ride home florida from work, lower 40s and you will need the sunglasses handy. cloud move in and built time you wake up tomorrow morning
on the move toward us. 44 to 50 degrees for your tuesday, but we will break down that freezing drizzle, that rain and wind come up. julie, back over to you for a early check on the roads. >> julie: shiri, nice and quiet on the map. route 1, 93 south moving along pine. pike wide anticipate from framingham to the weston tolls to the allston/brighton tolls. live drive times 23 minutes on the pike. 10 minutes from the braintree split to the pike. 23 minutes from 495 to the leverett connector. en. >> daniel: 4:02. democrats hillary clinton and bernie sanders are heading to new hampshire in a virtual dead heat. right now only 1% is still reporting to -- waiting to report results, and the state of iowa says the closest democratic caw news history. you. >> julie: clinton's campaign sending a news release claiming victory, and on the republican side, ted cruz was the big winner. look at the races, clinton and
clinton with 49.9, sanders 49.5. martin o'malley is of the race. >> daniel: as we said ted cruz heads into new hampshire the winner iowa. 27.7% for cruise, 24.3% for trump. marco rubio had 23.1% of the votes. reporter karen kappa has the late details now from iowa. >> reporter: after months of listening to the candidates, the voters finally got their say on monday night. the first contest of the 2016 presidential campaign, the iowa caucuses, and they turned out in record numbers. there were reports of long lines to get into caucus sites and overflow crowds at many of those sites. >> tonight is a victory for courageous conservatives across iowa. >> reporter: on the republican side, ted cruz had branded himself as the true conservative in his battle with donald trump
recording of the evangelical court gave him the win. trump the most humble we have seen him in the race thanked the iowa supporters for his second iowa supporters for his second-place finish. >> i was told to everybody do not go to iowa. could you never finish even in the top ten. and i said, but i have friends in iowa. i know a lot of people in iowa. i think they will really like me i think they will really like me. >> reporter: on the democratic side, a virtual tie. hillary clinton did not suffer a loss like eight years ago but results sparked a stung turn from the solid lead she held in the polls late last year. clinton acknowledging a real challenge from sanders and sanders applauding how far his campaign has come. >> it is their we have the opportunity as we do now to have a real contest of ideas. to really think hard about what the democratic party stands for. >> if i think about what
people of iowa have sent a very profound message to the political establishment. >> reporter: in des moines, iowa, i am karen kappa. >> daniel: this morning two former governors have ended their presidential bid following poor showings in iowa. >> it is because of illness, obviously the voters are sick of me and i need to acknowledge that. >> daniel: former arkansas governor mike huckabee talking of his struggles. he won in 2003 but earned less than 2%. martin o'malley is ending his presidential campaign. the former governor of maryland was chosen by less than 1% of iowa caucusgoers. he was the only other democrat in the race beside front runners hillary clinton and bernie sanders. voters in new hampshire are now on the clock. the nation's first primary is exactly one week away. today the two remaining democrat today the two remaining democrats and six republican candidates have campaign stops
we will be reporting live from there for you all morning. plus fox25 is the place to turn all week leading up to new hampshire primary. we will have live reports and we will be anchoring our coverage from our election stud glow manchester. we will also be bring you primary specials every night at 7:00 7 o'clock feature 7 o'clock featuring political reporter sharman sacchetti win depth reports on the candidates and expert analysis. on primary night, we will be with from you our news at 5 p.m. straight through 11:30 bringing you live results, live results from candidates' headquarters and speeches as they happen. we will also stream it all live on myfoxboston.com and on the fox25 news app. and, again, as soon as we have a winner called for the democrats in iowa, we will bring it to you in iowa, we will bring it to you. 4:06 right now and new this morning, a motorcycle crash sends one person to the hospital sends one person to the hospital. it happened on main street and woburn just after midnight. our photographer on the scene said it and that a motorcycle crashed into the back of a parked van. there was significant damage to
police did not give any information about the motorcycle information about the motorcyclist's condition. investigators say they are amazed the woman hit by a car and dragged for miles is alive this morning. doctors were able to save her arms, but they say she still has a long road to recovery. the alleged driver of the car that hit her, hid her face in court yesterday. 44-year-old pled not guilty to hitting the woman and a man in chinatown, dragging the woman for three miles on to the southeast expressway, and then to dorchester. another driver told police he spotted zu stopped at the columbia road exit. victim the victim on the ground and then took off. later. bail. more details now on the driver's past. zu lists her job on her booking sheet as a massage therapist. the "boston herald" said she twice have been charged with
brighton in 2007 and again in waltham in 2009. both case were continued without a finding. her next court date is february 26. 26. new details this morning what sent a 3-year-old boy to the hospital with traumatic injuries. boston police were at a home on alpine street removing several bags of evidence. sources tell fox25 that the boy had severe injuries to his head and lower part of his body. we learned that a relative with mental health issues may be responsible for those injuries. >> i. [inaudible] -- to be honest with you. i am in a state of shock to hear that happen. >> julie: so far doctors are not sure the boy will survive. detectives have not filed any charges. his younger sister is in state custody. a concord woman is rushed to the hospital after being found unresponsive at a pool. this happened 4:30 at the beach swim and fitness center in concord. rescue crews performed cp rto revive the 47-year-old. she was taken to leahy hospital.
condition. concord police are investigating concord police are investigating. 4:08. students head back to class following more violent threats to self-local school districts. barnstable high school cancelled extracurricular activity as police got a threat as the last bell rang yesterday. the cape cod times report that police would not release details of the threat only that it was submitted electronically. mashpee high school was dismissed earlier in the day because of a bomb threat. skyfox over the school. the schools were evacuated and all backpacks were searched before everyone was sent home for the day. a robocall sent children out of their classrooms. they did a sweep of the school and found no threat so students returned to classes. a phoned in threat to billerica memorial high school launched a police response. they determined it was a low they determined it was a low-level threat and classes resumd after a sweep of the building. police stayed at the school for the rest of the day. a local congresswoman fighting to stop fake police standoffs became the civic one
u.s. representative catherine clark said she was home in melrose watching tv with her husband sunday night when police officers swarmed her house. they had received a computer-again rated phone call saying there were shots fired and an active shooter in clark's home. melrose police determined there was no shooter and the incident is under investigation. in november clark introduced legislation to combat hoax emergency calls known as swatting. we track traffic and weather every ten minutes. a look at your live drive times. 12 minutes on route 1 southbound from 128 to the tobin. shiri? >> shiri: an easy going drive in work this morning. i want to you dress for 30 degrees as we jump up to 5 a.m. 34 degrees and 33 at 6:00 this morning. i am going to time out today's warm-up and show you where the 50s are back next. a local college student said he was trying to make a quick buck. still ahead, why his post at a web site may land him in big trouble at school.
number of children alright guys. 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? it's called a compact disc. 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 something to show you. this is the 2016 chevy volt. it uses extended range electric technology. the prius hybrid uses battery technology developed 15 years ago. chevy expects volt drivers to get over a thousand miles between fill ups. it's got every technology there is. the prius actually
hampshire the winner. donald trump is right behind him, followed by marco rubio. we will have live team coverage in new hampshire this morning and as soon as the democratic winner is called, we will bring that to you as well. a local fire fighter has been suspended for a facebook post about drug addicts. the town of weymouth has suspend the town of weymouth has suspended fire fighter mark carron for 90 days without pay. on facebook he called drug addicts losers and he implied that patients should be left to die instead of receiving the overdose reversing drug narcan. the fire fighter was frustrated but not an excuse. >> better way to deal with your frustration, but instead of post frustration, but instead of posting on social media, i would say write a letter to the chief. >> julie: some protesters called for carron to be fired but no further disciplinary action is planned. strong and emotional words from a judge following a case of allegations of child sex abuse at a local university. the case deals with the
day care center at bridgewater state university. group of parents have sued the school to force the release of public records. in his ruling the judge writes, quote, what has become of quote, what has become of us as a people where we have gone wrong, terribly wrong, he later writes "who speaks for the children?" we see petty bureaucrats scurry we see petty bureaucrats scurrying to protect themselves. a judge denied a motion by the state to dismiss the lawsuit. >> i think in most cases they are misguided. the have of these children ought to be the number one concern that they have. >> daniel: former bridgewater student daind care center worker kyle laughlin is accused of raping and assaulting two young children. his boss is charged with failing to report abuse allegations. hundreds of students rally around three female students at university in new york. the three young black women were attacked on an albany city bunch way group of white men, and the women said they were um yelling
when the bus arrived no one would help them. the victims say they will not threat break them. >> we are shocked, upset but will remain unbroken. we are proud of who we are. [crying] black women. [applause] . [applause] >> daniel: activists on campus say that isn't an isolate incident of racism. school officials have increased security on campus. flint, michigan is not the only place dealing with an contamination issues with lead. thousands of massachusetts students have high lead in their body bodies. in 2014, 6208 kids under 6 were found to have elevated lead level. of those cases 764 had confirmed lead poisoning when retested. 92 confirmed cases of lead poisoning in new hampshire. the cdc say there are no safe levels of lead for children. a bill to report any spikes of lead levels within 15 days.
if you were getting ready to head out the door, it is always good time do that because things are nice and light. expressway are flying from quincy up to naponset up into boston. pike wide open from framingham through newton and if you were making your way through bright making your way through brighton, what you will experience. live drive times. 25 minutes from 495 to mass avenue. 13 minutes from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel. nine minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit to the pike. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. and shiri, we have higher temperatures than usual again today. >> shiri: yes, not as warm as yesterday but mild. so quiet that i thought we break down the weather threats for the day tomorrow which include some winds gusting up to around 40 miles per hour, write going to be more of a nuisance i suspect in causing any damage, but heavy rain at times, and then there is even the threat of a little bit of ice far inland at the onset of the day. so we will break that down in just a moment. i want to highlight how kind of picture perfect that is this morning.
chilly at 26 degrees right now. ends up being one of my farmer -- warmer spots this afternoon. you can see we have this nice, crystal clear sky. 35 by 8 a.m., lower 40s by 10:00 today. noontime, 46. and we are going to make a push around -- up to -- i want to say 50 degrees. up toward norwood. portsmouth, new hampshire on the flip side. it is freezing. 32 degrees. so pretty chilly there as well. we will stick with some low to mid-30s straight through 8 a.m. jump up to 40 degrees by 10:00. 42 by noontime, and we don't go much higher than that. a breakdown of the highs, 45, boston. 48 in bedford, 46 in lawrence and beverly. 48 in plymouth. but there are your 50s from norwood over to providence. middle 50s will do it in worcester and 47 degrees in nashua, new hampshire. 45 in hyannis this afternoon. future cast will simply have the sunshine. a couple of high thin clouds in play today. this so you are next weather maker that will be on the move
still in rain by 7:00 tomorrow morning. problem is, if it comes into town any earlier continue that, we are going to see some freezing drizzle develop. the most likely areas will be western massachusetts, southwestern new hampshire, and southern vermont. those are some spots to watch here during the morning commute for that light, freezing drizzle for that light, freezing drizzle. of course it only takes trace amounts to make those roadways pretty slippery, by 10:00 in the morning, the rain showers getting their act together. becoming much steadier especially again inland. temperatures are warming up so weed out the icy spots by 10:00. at the latest i see it happening around noontime. temperatures incredibly mild so we are dealing with just plain ol' rain here through the afternoon into the evening hours and where we see the yellows, the oranges, some pockets of heavier rain coming on through for the boston area looks late afternoon through the evening is when you will get some of the worst of it.
showery and starting to break up and since it is not in much of a rush, even toward thursday morning, we are going to have to keep an eye on the cape, the islands, and in general the coast for a lingering shower. the worst of the weather will be tomorrow. overall looking like basically a washout. i hate using that term, but i am going to tuesday for tomorrow. 53 degrees in boston. 55 in bedford tomorrow. 53 in worcester. so you can see even keene, 49 degrees even though it might start near freezing there, temperatures will be still mild with that southwest wind. winds that will be gusting up around 40 miles per hour. perhaps even strong we are some of those heavier downpours. we are looking at about half an inch all the way to an inch and a half of rain. thursday we will keep a lingering shower in your morning forecast with a high of 50. we cool it down on friday with a high of 39 degrees. it will be bright. the weekend partly cloudy skies. 44 on saturday. 40 on sunday with a few more clouds. the next risk of rain will come in late on monday as a mix of both rain and snow.
hottest [mother] yeah but this neighborhood,i feel like it's got a lot of what we were kinda talking about. the kitchen is light and bright,new. we should definitely go see it. [agent] hi...welcome i'm maggie.melanie.maggie. so nice to meet you. [mother] this is brendan. [agent] hey brendan. living room. [dad] hey. [mother] hey sweetie.
>> the governor has given the green light for so-called rattle green light for so-called rattlesnake island. charlie baker says he supports the department of fishery the department of fisheries and wildlife plan to use a quabbin reservoir island to house a colony of rattlesnakes. some residents are concerned the snakes will swim across the water and attack people, but experts say the snakes would likely not survive if they did escape the island. new hampshire residents are considering a planned bobcat hunt. they will issue 50 bobcat permits through a lottery system and the first bobcat hunt since 1989 and it is being met with a lot of criticism. hunters from both sides attended separate hearings at the statehouse last night. if approved, the proposal would take effect in december.
customers about a scam. wegman's say coupon is fake and they are not giving away coupons worth $200. a spokesman for the a spokesman for the grocery store say they are urging to get the post removed from facebook and they are warning customers not to click on it. don't expect a latte to cost less. coffee farmers are expected to have a big harvest which means a drop in prices. large companies like starbucks. coffee beans make up 20% and they don't anticipate the drop in the price of coffee state side. united and american airlines are bringing back free snacks. united brought back the complimentary streets yesterday. all of the domestic flights will follow suit in april. it comes to bring back snacks now that the airline has found more stable financial footing. carriers lost billions of dollars last decade but are
a emerson college student is in a lot of trouble for listing his dorm room for rent online. fellow students are standing by him. emerson said they violated the school's policy by allowing people to rent his room on the site air b&b. he said he was trying to offset the cost of school while providing a service. a petition is going on line to support worth. at last check, more than 250 people signed it. a driver turns the table on a police officer in florida. a florida woman says the officer sped past her going more than 90 miles per hour. so she tailed him and eventually getting him to pull over. when he approached the car, she began asking him why he was going so fast. >> you were leaving me behind and i was going 80 miles per hour. and i wanted to know what is the emergency. >> i don't know how fast i was going, but i can tell you this, on on my way to work right now. i don't believe i was speeding. >> you were speeding. >> i apologize and be sure to slow down then.
department said they are going to investigate now. this morning, a bernie sanders supporter is fighting ink with ink. last week we reported free donald trump tattoos being offered no new hampshire. now a tattoo artist in vermont is offering an alternative. free tattoos of an outline of sander's face. the artist said that anyone that comes in with a twruvrp tattoo can have it covered up for free. >> daniel: how can you not laugh at that. let's move on. officers swarm a house prepared for a standoff. coming up, how they ended up on the front door of a lawmaker's home trying to protect people from phony police calls just like one. a scandal at a local school. why nearly half a dozen janet? cough if you can hear me. i took mucinex dm for my phlegmy cough. yeah...but what about mike? it works on his cough too. cough! it works on his cough too. mucinex dm relieves wet and dry coughs for 12 hours. let's end this. crunchy clusters,
janet? cough if you can hear me. don't even think about it. i took mucinex dm for my phlegmy cough. yeah...but what about mike? it works on his cough too. cough! it works on his cough too. mucinex dm relieves wet and dry coughs for 12 hours. let's end this. now at 4:30 now at 4:30, hillary clinton and bernie sanders remain neck and neck in iowa.