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>> heather: no holding back at the last republican debate before the new hampshire primary. the heated exchanges that led to boos prosecute the office. >> and a car stolen with the still 72 woman inside. the dash cam chase and the complete story we've uncovered. >> complete southern new england news right now. this is fox 25 morning news. >> heather: and good morning, everyone, thank you so much for waking up with the fox 25 morning news. it's 6 a.m., on sunday, february 7th. i'm heather hegedus. >> i'm danny miller. told this morning, and warming up later today, fox 25's storm tracker weather meteorologist jason brewer is in the weather center and a messy start to the workweek. >> jason: today is fine but tomorrow morning you will want to check in with us, the snow will be arriving. the storm that we're watching is off of the florida coastline and stay well over the ocean and pass to our south but going to
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those northeast winds and help to bring us some snow. there's also a system over the great lakes. we'll watch that as we get into tuesday. but let's go ahead and tackle the first one. there's today, a few increasing clouds the first of the day. no precipitation yet. there's monday, 9 in the morning, see the snow spreading over new england and begins to accumulate. tomorrow morning taking a downhill turn. right now temperatures in the lower 20s to lower 30s. we do have some black ice to watch out for on your sunday as you're headed out this afternoon, though, lower 40s, mostly sunny skies. more on what we can get straight ahead. >> heather: developing this morning, two home invasion suspects in the hospital. one of them shot by a police officer. >> it happened last night on pine street in lowell. there's still a lot of questions that need to be answered this morning. fox 25 stephanie coueignoux live in low 8: and stephanie, this sort of thing doesn't usually happen in
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>> reporter: and because it doesn't happen, daniel, as you can imagine, it has neighbors shaken up. we're outside of the police department, that home invasion happened just a mile and a half away from the police department. and what they're telling us is when officers arrived at that home, they found a man in the doorway carrying a very large gun. take a look. this is video after our crews arrived on scene. and you can see very heavy police presence right there. this is on pine hill street. this happened around 8:30 last night. now, lowell police told us, when an officer saw that man with the gun. the officer then fired several shots, hitting that suspect twice. that suspect was then taken to the hospital. police found a second suspect involved in this just a few blocks in away. he was also hurt and taken to the hospital. and police tell us there were two people also inside that home who were hurt. they certainty seriously hurt. but those two people taken to the hospital as well.
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said he was on his couch in his living room watching tv when all of a sudden he heard four gunshots. >> it was pretty dramatic. i didn't expect to hear none of that here at all. i was shocked. i heard the first gunshot. then i heard the other three. >> reporter: and, again, still a lot of questions here this morning. the police haven't identified the suspects in this home invasion, also they haven't said whether this is a random home invasion or whether it could have been targeted. coming up 30 minutes, how police and neighbors say that second suspect tried to escape and avoid getting caught. in lowell, i'm stephanie coueignoux. fox 25 news. >> heather: all right. stephanie. a high school student has been arrested for a car vandalism spree that spread several times. a 15-year-old from auburn has been charged with destruction of property. last month, the windows of dozens of cars were shot out with a bb gun in auburn. police also believe the teen may
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incidents in westford, worcester, and oxford. and still working to get more information about a body that was found at a construction site in bon of. fox 25 was there yesterday afternoon, as police investigated the scene on beacon street. and right now, police aren't saying who the victim was or how that person might have died. >> a fallen tree branch has killed a father of three. kaleigh kenyon died when a tree branch broke off and hit her when she was playing with the snow in the afternoon. hours later, a tree limb broke off in a different neighborhood, working to clear off his hockey rink. the tragedy top of mind for everyone in that town. >> it was beautiful, but it's absolutely dangerous and people need to be aware and take care. >> and town officials went around all day saturday clearing limbs and trees that didn't look safe. in some cases they closed roads
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>> heather: most people in hollis ton waking up this morning and breathing a sigh of relief now that the power had been turned back on there. it had been almost two days after the snow heavy snow took down trees, power lines there. the damage was expensive and clearing it up was time-consuming. look at ashland street, that huge tree that was uprooted. it fell in slow motion and then there was a bunch of explosion and fires. my was on fire all the way across the front. the wires. >> heather: incredible, just about 4,000 people across the state without power still. that number has been going down steadily. we've been watching it for you. since the store began, eversource has restored power to 95,000 customers. >> the united states and south korea getting ready to deploy missile defense systems in south korea. this comes after north korea fired a long range rocket
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a test of banned missile technology. the country claims it was attempting to launch a satellite into orbit. officialser sued that with each nuclear test and missile launch. north korea is working closer a missile capable of reaching the united states. >> nuclear we haves in the hands of north korea, particularly coupled with ballistic missiles, coupled, i say, this, with their odd demeanor and position right there on the dmz. that's a serious combination. >> the missile defense system is sent to south korea, that could cause attention tensions with china. who would likely see it as a threat to its special in the region. that missile played a role in the republican debate. a significantly reduced gop field took stage and as kim hutchinson reports, it was certainly an interesting night. >> reporter: the gloves were off
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donald trump doubled down on his controversial position. >> i hit immigration, i hit it pretty hard. i talked about muslims, we had a problem, nobody else wanted to mention the problem. >> reporter: ted cruz took aim at the approximate president. >> this is a president in the wake of san bernardino will not use the words radical islamic terrorism, much less focus on defeating the enemy. >> reporter: candidates slammed the affordable health care act. >> you have to replace it with something that makes sense. it doesn't make sense. >> reporter: they talked about north korea missile launch claims. >> and if a preemptive strike is necessary to keep us safe, we should do it. >> that's what i worry about most, people who don't have a accustomed uniform, people who don't have a military background. >> it does not prepare you for the united states. >> chris, your state got hit by
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ago, you didn't want to go back, back. >> reporter: donald got in exchange with jeb bush. >> let me talk, quiet. >> a lot of times. booing ]. >> reporter: i'm kitchen hutchinson reporting. >> heather: after the debate, the head of the democratic committee, called it a total train wreck for the republican party. in the meantime, bernie sanders is headed back to new hampshire today after his appearance on saturday night live last night. it started at 2:00 in portsmouth. meanwhile, hillary clinton who is done by double digits in the granite state is headed to flint, michigan today to talk about the ongoing water crisis there. >> and a reminder, to stay with fox 25 right through the new
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special coverage tomorrow night at 7:00 and primary night we'll be with our news through 11:30 bringing live reports, live reports from canada headquarters and the speeches as they happen. we will also stream it live on myfoxboston.com and the fox 25 news app. and if you want to float in up coming primary here in massachusetts, um need to register soon. wednesday is the last day for the march 1st primary. so far the secretary of state say 70,000 people have signed up or changed their enrollment status online. to register, go on register to vote ma.com. or go to your city or town hall. >> heather: developing this morning, more than 130 people still missing after a powerful earthquake shook taiwan. it brought down a high-rise yesterday morning trapping hundreds of people inside. right now investigators are investigating whether new signs
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171 people rescued at least 18 people dead more than 500 hurt. train. we're working to figure out all of this happened. injuries. >> heather: police on the hunt this morning for a driver involved in a hit and run crash hospital. saturday morning in sickle more street in fairhaven. police say a man and a woman were hit from behind on morton street and the impact threw them 25 feet. both suffered serious injuries. boston hospital. >> still no answers as investigators search for a reason of a massive crane smashing down in new york. coming up the piece of the crane happened. and the work underway right now to remove wrecked equipment on the street. >> heather: plus, the reservoir
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coming up next the threat that come summer there may not be enough water even with the recent snow. >> >> jason: and our winter storm watch is expanding this
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. >> happening now in crews in new york city are packing up and hauling awade the construction crane that killed a harvard grad and injuring three others. it could be weeks before they know exactly what caused the 565 boom come crashing to the ground: an easton man who was one of the injured by the collapse, the globe is reporting that he's now been released prosecute the hospital. >> heather: this fiery scene all caused by a car crash. it happened at the intersection of south and bedford streets in waltham after 6 last night. firefighters tell us one driver was taken to the hospital but is expected to be okay. no word on exactly what caused that crash. >> daniel: friday's snow and this weekend's blizzard, the word drought doesn't come to mind but as fox 25 sarah wroblewski found out, that's exactly what the people of
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>> the water level is right to the edge of the grass. and all of this exposed shore line in the background would be under water. we're down about 7 feet in this reservoir right now. >> reporter: look at this reservoir, this is where worcester residents get some of their water. but it's not even close to the capacity it should be this time of year. i should be standing in water and you can see the bare ground. officials are so concerned that if they don't get enough rain fall there may not be enough water in time for summer. the lack of snow this year, are big factors to moderate drought the city is experiencing right now. this is what lynn brook reservoir looks like when it is full capacity. quite a difference. unless worcester receives a normal amount of rain from now until june, they might have tight restrictions on water usage. and at least purchase water.
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alert effective immediately. >> they need to cutback on things they don't use it for. shorter showers, not running the faucet when you brush your teeth, that sort of thing. pay more attention, if everyone does a little bit. we can keep the water use down. we usually depend on snow melt to top us off usually in march and april. and as you can see there's nothing to melt. it's already gone. so we need to plan for the worse and hope for the best. >> daniel: that was fox 25 sarah wroblewski reporting. fixing leaks and dripping faucets can help on water usage. to learn more about water usage and what you can do, head over to our website, myfoxboston.com. >> now your local forecast from meteorologist jason brewer and storm tracker weather team. >> jason: our storm system forming off of the florida coastline, making eastward. and models getting a better
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definite how close or how far it makes its approach to southern new england. either way it does look like snow likely coming in tomorrow morning. there's the snow right there. coming in off of carolina. and then another storm behind that will keep the snow chances coming in this week. right now, clear, crisp, and cold. 32 in boston. peabody 29, sharon down to 20 degrees this morning. so i do want to advise about the black ice concerns. some areas still slick this morning. pepperell over to holden 20s here. south shore, brewster out on the cape, 30 degrees all below freezing. high temperatures recovering nicely in the mid 40s. most cloudy skies, increasing later in the day as the system comes up from the south. notice the winds today, fairly light, out in the he's and eventually swinging armed to the
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begins to make its approach. so as we get into monday, the snows are going to be like 8 and then here comes system number two, hoping to spawn a new low in here on tuesday. another chance for snow developing. let's go ahead and tackle monday, though, winter storm watch goes in affect tomorrow morning, 7 a.m., we'll see the accumulating snows first. martha's vineyard over to the scape and spreading northward throughout the rest of southern new england, during the morning and midday on monday. this watch has been expanded. late last night, it was just plymouth and the cape and islands now essex, middlesex and portions of worcester county. let's look at snow totals, 4 to 7 inches likely anywhere from worcester over to boston, all the way up to the north shore, down to the south here, plymouth around barnstable counties these are the areas with ocean enhancement. 7 to 8 inches of snow. the farther west, much lower
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to 2 inches. our far western areas. let's talk winds as well. not too strong today. 11:00 tonight, begin to see northeast winds beginning to pick up 10, 20 miles per hours, out of the northeast, piling the water up against the shore line. but, also, again, enhancing the objection affection snow. look at the winds tomorrow, 40 in provincetown, 23 in boston as we wake up. monday afternoon, they don't go away. it's going to be a big storm and it's passing far to our south, but big enough to increase those snow. let me show you the high tide tomorrow. concerns. that's why a coastal flood watch county. splash over likely, road closures, water coming up into basement thes in flood prone areas tomorrow morning. an unsettled pattern will continue, and even on tuesday,
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and thursday with these systems rotating through. cold air up top, unsettled weather. temperatures below normal for this period and an arctic front by late thursday, temperatures down to 10 thursday and wednesday night. >> heather: it has been cold and seasonable recently but overall a pretty warm winter and that warm weather is actually making maple syrup flow ahead of schedule in maine. syrup farmers are struggling with managing to keep up with their taps. for good syrup, colder temperatures at night and warmer temperatures for the trees to tap properly. so the problem is syrup farmers say if there's weather that's too warm too early, it will make the syrup season shorter and that could mean less supply and higher prices at the breakfast table. i do like my fresh maple syrup so not good news. >> daniel: absolutely.
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>> daniel: $1 billion the price tag on joe biden's moon shot to put on curing cancer. with the goal of compressing 10 years of research into the next five years. a little perspective, nasa pent $23 billion on the space program that took us to the moon. when inflation is factored in, that's closer to 150 billion. >> heather: looking ahead to tuesday's primary in new hampshire, but several other events that will be capturing this week from fat tuesday, to fashion week, patricia stark
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>> reporter: the big game is here, super bowl 50 kicks off in santa clara california. cam newton and the carolina panthers face peyton manning and denver broncos. tuesday, fat tuesday mardi gras celebration. a day filled with parades, parties and beads. the event marks the last day before the lent season begins with ash wednesday. on wednesday, president obama feeling nostalgic, returning to springfield illinois for the general assembly. nine dates to the date where he announced his plans to run for president in the same spot. also wednesday, strike a pose, new york fashion week begins. fashion world visionaries travel to the big apple for the latest style trend. the event runs until february 18th. that's the look ahead.
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>> daniel: after a night of drinking the parents thought they were doing the right thing. coming up, the reason their designated driver choice landed them in court. >> jason: an hour by hour look. what you can expect tomorrow coming up. >> reporter: an officer involved shooting ends with one suspect shot multiple times and a second suspect caught minutes later. how the s listen up! i'm here to get the lady of the house back on her feet. and give her the strength and energy to stay healthy. who's with me?! yay! the complete balanced nutrition of great tasting ensure. with 9 grams of protein and 26 vitamins and minerals.
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. complete new england news coverage continues right now. this is fox 25 morning news. >> heather: a police chase through not one but two communities landing a veteran in custody this morning. and the entire situation playing out on this dash cam footage. >> daniel: still ahead the bizarre incident that started it all. and the reason the suspect is now being evaluated at a local hospital. good morning and welcome back on this sunday morning, february 7th, 6:30. i'm daniel miller. >> heather: i'm heather
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with us this morning. we're not out of the woods when it comes to snow. no, it's february. fox 25's storm tracker weather meteorologist jason brewer is in the weather center. the fist one can watch our commute tomorrow. >> jason: i think people want to be prepared. monday morning. it's going to pass off shore, but we're going to be on the cold side. a lot of wind out of the storm. a lot of circulation. so snow is likely. monday morning, by 9 in the morning snow from boston to norwood down to plymouth and barnstable over toward nantucket, all of us getting in on the snow and builds its way westward through the midday hours tomorrow. and even afternoon drive tomorrow not looking great. snow may taper a little bit but still going to be kind of messy. right now, we're in good shape, temperatures in the 20s and lower 30s. otherwise a mild sunday in store. mostly sunny skies.
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>> heather: two home invasions in the hospital this morning one of them shot by police as that man was opening the door with an armed gun. police are investigating the shooting and the initial crime that took place. >> daniel: it all started and still developing this morning. stephanie coueignoux is live in lowell. stephanie, still a lot of unanswered questions about just what happened. morning, police haven't released the names of those suspects. we also don't know whether this was a targeted crime or a random crime. now, i'm outside the police department. and we are hoping to learn that information later on this morning. take a look. this is a video of just happening after it happened. this is police presence there. according to police, they
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when they arrived at that home. that is when they found that man in the doorway holding a gun. an officer then fired his gun, hitting the suspect twice. while all of this was going on, police say a second suspect ran out the back of that home. and a neighbor that we spoke with, he told us that it sounded like he was running through the river behind that neighborhood. police were able to eventually catch up to him several blocks away. both suspects were taken to the hospital with injuries. keep in mind, this happened at 8:15 in the evening. one neighbor told us he was relaxing on the couch at home when he heard all of those gun shots. >> i was shocked. because this is a quiet area right here. i heard the gunshots, most people say it was firecrackers but i knew a gunshot when i hear one and i jumped up and put my shoes on. >> reporter: imagine that. you're just on your couch and you hear all you have that. there were two people inside the
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were assaulted, not seriously. but they were taken to the hospital. we're told they're expected to be okay. but, again, still a lot of questions unanswered. we're hoping to speak with police later on this morning. and as soon as we get an update, we'll let you know. in lowell, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> heather: to other news, a iran war vet being evaluated at a local hospital as he faces charges for car jacking 72-year-old woman. it all started yesterday morning. michael sullivan is accused of getting into that victim's truck and telling her he had to go up the road. police share this dash cam with fox 25 and you can see the short pursuit as police and the victim's husband followed the truck in a carlisle. when sullivan was stopped, police tell us he was confused an didn't know where he was. police say sullivan suffered mental health issues and addiction and left a v.a. hospital without permission. expected to be arraigned tomorrow.
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learn more about a multifamily home innen on park street. the woman living on the second floor is found dead inside at this point, with he don't know what killed her. smoke alarm alerted the downstairs neighbors in time for them to escape. >> my brother got them out. the smoke alarm went off in the hallways upstairs. he got them out. he couldn't get upstairs, though. >> daniel: at this point, the victim's names have not been released. we'll have an update on the story as soon as we get new information. >> heather: happening today, thousands are expected to visit providence city hall to say final fair well to the city's longest serving mayor. buddy cianci has been lying in state just outside his former city hall on friday. he served multiple times but also forced out of office for felony charges. he became ill while taping an interview with the providence television station. morning.
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of driving more than 100 miles an hour down interstate 93 southbound. bur. in new hampshire. miles an hour zone. he's due in court next month for reckless operation. >> heather: take a good look at these photos here, this man is wanted for credit card fraud. he used someone else's card to buy an mbta pass. this was last monday at the jfk u. mass. station. transit police now investigating. >> daniel: health officials continue to monitor bacteria in a coastal community. hampton beach are being checked for contamination after a sewer main failed last week. so far the results come back with no cause for concern. also want permits to dig up the main and figure out why the main failed. >> heather: a local man living in the lap of luxury while still collecting from the state.
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bigger problem as well. still ahead on the fox 25 morning news, how much the state is losing to welfare fraud. >> daniel: plus one couple seemingly did the right thing by assigning a designated driver. coming up next why who they chose landed them in police custody. >> jason: i'm tracking an ocean caress presents the world's first body wash with fragrance release pearls. touch your skin to release fragrance up to 12 hours.
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. >> heather: 6:39. having a designated driver is important if you're drinking. we all know that. but it landed a woman and her boyfriend in court when police found it was actually a child behind the wheel. a wisconsin couple let the girl's 9-year-old daughter drive them home. not only that, but they said a baby was in the trunk. >> when you're too intoxicated you don't put a person behind the wheel that has absolutely no experience. 9 years old. i don't know how they could come
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>> heather: the children have been placed with other family members now. >> daniel: the mbta hoping to extend its deadline to install automatic braking along its tracks. earlier this week, the agency announced it won't meet the 2018 administration. now waiting to get special permission to push the date back to 2020. already installed positive train control on all of the tracking corridor. after two weeks of repairs, the government center t stop for spring. the crews worked hard on the massive renovation project. the station is scheduled to reopen on march 26th. improvements include added wheelchair accessibility and platforms and the glass above station entrance. >> heather: it's time to move beyond bubbles test. the test with number 2 pencils that's from the department of education.
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officials sent guidelines to school districts in massachusetts and new hampshire and they explained ways to determine which standardized assessments are worth keeping and which they believe get a failing grade. >> we take away that high stakes one size fits all response that has overproduced testing and under produced kids learning. >> we took steps to put the decisions about testing back in the hands of classroom teachers of governors and local school boards. >> heather: the changes are part of the need occasion law, passed in emdoes, it replaces new child left mind. >> daniel: by now, you probably saw the picture of this bee line pup grabbing a bite to eat. still ahead, what's next for this little guy. >> heather: plus nurses flocking to beacon hill to share their stories. coming up next, why they hope someone in the state house
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>> if something doesn't change at this hospital, somebody is >> heather: a fox 25 investigation first told you about the violent attacks happening against nurses at the state's premiere mental health
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well, now, fox 25 investigates vanessa welch reveals nurses around the state testified on beacon hill testifying about hospitals failing to protect their staff from workplace violence. >> we're not looking for metal detectors, not looking for x-ray machines. we're looking for common sense approaches to make the hospital completely safe for you will. >> reporter: former boston police chief dan linskey, testifying before the beacon hill, to require state workers to protect their workers. to evaluate the security following the murder of michael davidson last january at brigham's. >> one of the things i did, i walked throughout that hospital with no reason, no cause no ability to have been there that day, and i went to or rooms, emergency rooms, places where i shouldn't have been able to get into. and that's not acceptable. >> reporter: testified next tolinse ski, while flurrieses around the state listened in the audience.
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to address the security issues months after the shooting. violent attacks against staff have happened consistently since. >> i've had dozens of nurses physically attacked, knifes pulled on them. physically assaulted. >> almost every single person i work with, myself included, has been a victim of work place violence. >> reporter: carol is president of the mass. nurses, sos and a registered nurse at taunton hospital. in her testimony today, violent attacks in hospitals are on the rise across the united states. and this legislation will provide much needed support. >> now we must take the next step in protecting nurses. >> reporter: vanessa welch fox 25 news. >> now your local forecast, from meteorologist jason brewer and the fox 25 storm tracker weather team. >> jason: good morning. yesterday we were talking about our threat for snow on the up and up. and that looks like it's coming into play here. because the storm has formed off of the florida coast and we're able to see it and track it.
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any changes to the path will affect how much snow we get and where. it's clear no sign of any approaching weather, just crisp and cool in a few icy spots. the metrowest spots running in the 20s, a couple of teens, 25 worcester, 21 fitchburg. 20th degrees in plymouth. also a little fog here. watch out for the packed tapped moisture settling in here, fog issues out there in spots. look at our boston day planner, though, the ice is around but melting quickly. 9 above freezing by noon, 40 degrees and recovering into the low 40s this afternoon and mid 40s in many locations with a good deal of sunshine. there will be some high clouds late in the day. but not too much wind yet. notice how they're swinging around to the north east later in the day. that's out ahead of the big ocean storm off of the florida coast.
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it's going to make a path about 380 miles from boston. normally that's a little far away. circulation is. and you can see that with those lines of equal pressure there. and it shows you when the snow is arriving as well. there's that path. well off to our north and east. it's such a large system that we have snow moving in during the morning. time. blast of snow overnight monday night because here comes round two. another low pressure center just off of to the south of us here and another one back to the west that may impact us on thursday. so we've got this patterned of unsettled snowy conditions. it looks like the main event monday into early thursday but still scattered snow showers i think through thursday. so let's check out the winter storm watch, it has been expanded all the way up to north shore, back into worcester county and all the way down to the southeast coast.
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bon of all the way up to lowell, to gloucester down towards providence. 7 to 8 inches possible plymouth to barnstable county. and lower amounts farther west you go. if it tracks farther to the west, all of these totals bumped up and backed up more to west. we're going to watch that track carefully as it moves in tomorrow. winds 10, to 20. late tonight not too bad. during the morning drive tomorrow and lasting through monday afternoon, we're going to see wind gusts 30 to 40 miles per hour. the cape and islands. that's another reason why we have a coastal flood watch up. we're going to see splash over, water up onto the roads in those normally flood prone spots thanks to steady northeast winds ocean effect snow. and that's why barnstable
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totals. 50% tuesday snow, arctic front by thursday night means extra cold temperatures to round out the week. >> daniel: quite the sight in boston. firefighters decked out in full gear took part in the american lung association most grueling fund-raiser. fox 25's team joined the climb of 45 flights at one boston place yesterday. there's kerry kavanaugh there. the goal was to raise money and also give people the same breathing experience people with lung disease live with each day. >> 1700 climbers today. heading up the building to fight for lung health and fight against lung cancer all to support the american lung association's mission. >> daniel: the money will go advocacy. more than 2,000 people participated, includes katherine burcham, kerry kavanaugh, and station. >> heather: a big push to make
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>> reporter: a happy super bowl weekend for you. i'm butch stearns, unfortunately, the patriots are not playing today. so let's turn to the teams that are. celtics and bruins. claude julian like the rest of us, trying to figure out how to have these guys play better at home. this is one way. david passter knack with his deal over to krach gee. one nothing bruins. into overtime. brad marchand grabs the penalty, but he will get the rarest of rare overtime penalty shots. not a shootout, overtime. he pops it home.
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they're 7, 2, and 1 in their last win a big win. the nfl honors. cam newton leads the mvp, 58 to easily win the award. he was not there to accept the award because he's playing in the game tonight against peyton manning. we all know, tom brady will be part of the pregame celebration, with 40 previous mvps, dion branch, brady and joe montana are the only 3 time super bowl mvps. and they'll be on that field. welcome back rondeau to the garden. time leydon and myself, we've got a great story on 11-year-old mary kipping ham. have a great sunday, everybody. >> daniel: butch. thanks. here's the video people have been talking about all weekend. a sea lion pup hanging out a restaurant. he wandered into the california
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and made himself right at home. sea world turned up to rescue him and discover discovered he was malnourished. he will stabbing at sea world. at that point, he could be returned to the wild. the investigation continues this morning, into a violent home invasion, multiple people sent to the hospital in after math. coming up, the reason one suspect was shot by police. >> jason: our ocean affect storm has formed. i'll tell when it gets here. our winter storm watch has been expanded this morning. >> heather: and a local community mourning a little girl's death, now dealing with a second tragedy. a father of three killed by a fallen tree branch.
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storms, when and how much we can get. >> reporter: a home invasion turned officer involved shooting. the confrontation police said ended with an officer pulling out his gun and firing at a suspect. >> heather: no holding back at the last republican debate before the primary. the heated exchanges that led to boos from the audience. >> daniel: and the car stolen with a 72-year-old woman still inside. the police chase caught on dash cam and the deeper story we've uncovered. >> complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is fox 25 morning news. >> heather: good sunday morning to you. thanks so much for watching the fox 25 morning news. it is it is 7 a.m. on sunday, february 7th. i'm heather hegedus. >> daniel: i'm daniel miller. warming up later today but meteorologist jason brewer is in the storm tracker weather center and you're tracking a mess see start to the workweek. >> jason: that's right. sunday looks good. monday not so much.
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florida coastline, tracking eastward, headed towards southern new england but pass well off shore, but it's a lark circulation, so we will be seeing some snow out of this. there's sunday night. we're beginning to see clouds increase, the winds start to pick up a little built. let me go hour by hour. and rain beginning to move in nantucket. barnstable county. watch how quickly it changed over to snow. by 9 in the morning be bon of to worcester, points southward likely to be in the snow. makes its way all the way to southern new hampshire by noon tomorrow. and then the afternoon drive, with he begin to see a little tapering from the west to the east, but not before hefty snow totals. i have those coming up. watch for icy spots on the road this sunday morning. >> heather: developing this morning, two home invasion suspects in the hospital this morning. one of them shot by a police officer. >> daniel: it happened last night on pine street in lowell. but there are a lot of questions
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stephanie coueignoux joins us live in lowell. and stephanie, this sort of thing doesn't usuallily happen in that area. >> reporter: it doesn't. and as you can imagine, it has the neighbors really shaken up. especially because it happened just after 8:00 at night. we're here at the lowell police department. that home invasion took place just about a mile and a half away. and police say when they arrived, one of their officers was confronted by a suspect holding a gun. take a look. this is video from just after our crew arrived on scene and, again, this is pine hill street. this all started at around 8:15. that's when police arrived. and you can see just very heavy police presence right there. lowell police telling us, after the suspect confronted the officer with that gun, the officer then fired his gun, hitting the suspect twice. police also found a second suspect just a few blocks away. he was also hurt and taken to the hospital. and there were also two people inside the home.
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home invasion. police tell us, thankfully they are expected to recover. we did speak with one neighbor who said he was on his couch, relaxing, watching tv. when all of a sudden, he heard four gunshots. >> it was pretty dramatic. i didn't expect examine to hear none of that here at all. i was just shocked. i heard the first gunshot. then i heard the other three. >> reporter: and, again, still a lot of questions remain. i just checked in with police. they haven't released the names of the suspects. and right now, we still do not know whether this was a targeted home invasion. or whether this was a random crime. of course, as soon as i get an update this morning, i'll let you know. coming up in 30 minutes, how police and neighbors say that second suspect tried to escape and avoid getting caught. in lowell, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> heather: all right. stephanie. a high school student has been arrested for a car vandalism spree that spanned several
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"gazette" reports this morning that a 15-year-old has been charged with destruction of property. last month, as we reported, windows of dozens of cars were shot out with a bb gun in auburn. and police also believe that teen may have been responsible for similar incidents in worcester, webster and oxford. also this morning, still working to get more information about a body that was found at a construction site in boston. a fox 25 camera was there yesterday afternoon as police investigated the scene on beacon street. right now police aren't saying who the victim was or how that burn died. >> daniel: a fallen tree branch claimed the life for a father of three in a community already mourning the loss of a little girl. kaleigh kenyon died when a tree fell off and hit her while playing in the snow yesterday afternoon. hours later another huge limb broke off in a different canton neighborhood hitting a man that was working to clear off his backyard hockey rink. a tragedy on top of the mind of beautiful.
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and people need to be aware and take care. >> daniel: canton town officials went around clearing limbs and trees that didn't look safe. in some cases even closed roads until crews arrived. >> heather: people in holliston waking up this morning and breathing a sigh of relief. because they can turn their power switch back on. it was out there, back for the last two days. eversource had crews working around the clock. but the damage was extensive and clearing it up was time-consuming. take a look here at what happened on ashland street. >> it fell in slow motion. and then it was a bunch of explosions. and fires. my front yard was on fire all away across the front, the wires. >> heather: this morning, still 4,000 people without power across the state at last check. and that number has been going down steadily overnight. we've been tracking it for you. we can tell you since the storm
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to 95,000 customers. >> daniel: developing this morning, united states and south korea are getting ready to deploy u.s. defense systems in south korea. that news comes after north korea fired a long range rocket yesterday that is believed to be a test of missile technology. the country claims that it was attempting to launch a satellite into or bit. officials cleared that each official test and nuclear launch. it's working closer to a nuclear missile reaching the united states. >> coupled with ballistic missiling, coupled with -- i say this -- odd demeanor and position right there on the dmz, that's a really serious combination. >> daniel: if the missile defense system is sent to south korea, that could cause tensions with china who would likely see it as a threat to its interests in the region. that missile launch played a
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presidential debate that aired on cbs news. gop took the stage in new hampshire and as kim hutchinson interesting night. >> reporter: the gloves were off in new hampshire yesterday. donald trump doubled down on his controversial position. >> i hit immigration, i hit it very hard. i talked about muslims. we have a problem. the problem. >> reporter: ted cruz took aim at the president. >> this is a president in the week of paris, in the wake of san bernardino, will not even use the words radical islamic terrorism. much less focus on defeating the enemy. >> reporter: candidates slammed the affordable health care act. >> you have to replace it with something that makes sense. it doesn't make sense. >> reporter: they talked about north korea missile launch claims. >> the next president of the united states has to get the united states back in the game and if a preemptive strike is necessary, then we should do it. >> that's what i worry about the most, nonstate actors people who don't have a uniform, people who don't have a country. >> reporter: there were heated
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and chris christie. >>s it's a fine job. i'm glad you ran for it. but it does not prepare you for president of the united states. >> chris, your state got hit by a massive snowstorm two weeks ago, you didn't even want to go back, they had to shame youo into going back. appear then you stayed there for 36 hours and then he left and came back to campaign. >> reporter: donald trump got pooed as well, during an exchange with jeb bush. >> take property from an elderly woman. quiet. the. >> [ crowd booing ]. >> reporter: in just a few days, we'll find out which candidate made the most compelling case to new hampshire voters. >> heather: cnn announced it will hold the democratic debate in flint, michigan next month. it gained national attention as it deals with toxic levels of lead in its water. and hillary clinton is heading there today to discuss the ongoing issue. this comes always she's trailing
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in the meantime, it's back to the granite state for sanders today, he has an afternoon event in sanders. you might have heard that sanders spent last night in new york city where he helped host saturday night live. >> daniel: a reminder to stay with fox 25 right through the new hampshire primary. we'll have special coverage tomorrow night at 7:00. then on primary night, we'll be with you with our news, 9:00, straight on through 11:30, bringing you livement ares, live results from candidate headquarters and the speeches as they happen. we will also stream it live on myfoxboston.com and on the fox 25 news app. and if you want to vote in the upcoming primary here in massachusetts, you'll need to register soon. wednesday is the last day to register for the march 1st primary. so far the second of state says about 70,000 people have signed up or changed their enrollment status online. to register, you can go to registertovote.com. or go to your city or town hall. >> heather: developing this
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continues to rise on a powerful earthquake that hit taiwan. now at least 26 people are confirmed dead. more than 100 still buried in the rubble of a high-rise. the 6.4 magnitude quake brought down that building before dawn yesterday. so far more than 170 people have been rescued. >> daniel: crews ride to work a freight train that came off of the tracking it happened on franklin street in framingham yesterday afternoon. we're still working to figure out how it all happened. no word on any injuries. >> heather: and police are on the hunt this morning for the driver involved in this hit and run crash that sent two people to the hospital. the this one happened early saturday morning on sickle mosh street in fairhaven near morton street. a man and a woman hit from behind in that car and that impact threw them about 25 feet. both of them suffered serious injuries. thely woman had to be flown to a boston hospital dfrjtsd still no answers this morning as investigators search for the reason a massive crane came
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coming up the piece that may hold clues about what happened and the work underway right ow to move the wrecked equipment off of the street. >> heather: plus a local man living in the lap of luxury while still collecting help from the state, though. coming up next, why leaders say it's actually part of a i abouter problem. >> jason: plymouth a patch or two of fog this morning. but a nice sunday in store. lower 40s.
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>> daniel: happening now, crews in new york city are cutting up and hauling away the construction crane that collapsed, killing a harvard grad and injuring threeerros. investigators say it could be weeks before they know exactly what caused 565 long foot long boom to come crashing to the ground friday morning. on site, they recovered the crane's computer and hope it will give them some insights. an easton man was one of those injured by the collapse. "the globe" is reporting he has now been released from the hospital. >> heather: closer to home. the fiery scene all happened at a car crash, in waltham after 6 last night.
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driver had to be taken to the hospital but is expected to be okay. no word this morning on what exactly caused that crash. >> daniel: welfare is meant to help people get back on their feet. but some are abusing your tax dollars. fox 25 crystal haynes discovered one case involving a business nancy kerrigan getting assistance while he lived in a $900,000 house. >> reporter: this newton center home has been valued at nearly $1 million and its owner mark leaderman owns or was a partner in five businesses. so why was he receiving fad or food stamp businesses for more than a year. the answer? investigators say he was scamming the state. a woman at leaderman's home would not answer my questions, but state auditor susan bump did. a recent review of the massachusetts welfare system by her office uncovered almost $14 million in medicare and snap benefit fraud. leaderman's case mentioned in
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>> there is a good deal of fraud that's occurring in the programs that folks are relying on as part of our social safety net. >> reporter: investigators found leaderman had received more than $14,000 in benefits from 2008 to 2009 after reporting an income of just $400 a week. according to the sworn affidavit i obtained, leaderman had income from several companies he owns or is a partner of at that time. in 2008, he reported an income of more than $85,000. and almost $70,000 in 2009. leaderman was arraigned in chelsea district court back in february of last year. and fox 25 has learned he has since paid $10,000 in restitution to the state. i went to leaderman's primary business, leaderman engineering to get more answers. a woman who identified herself as an employee there told me this. >> i can't comment.
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>> reporter: crystal haynes, fox 25 news. >> now your local forecast from meteorologist jason brewer. >> jason: good morning, low pressure has formed off of the florida coast. it's tracking northeast ward. just a matter of time before it's likely to bring snow into southern new england. right now, the storm is well away here from massachusetts. just clear skies. no sign of any combemding weather. just a little patchy fog and cold temperatures to greet us on this early sunday morning. 32 right now in boston. but get back to the west, low to mid 20s and even some teens around barre and places like jaffrey 11 degrees. down to plymouth to 20 degrees. where we do have patchy fog reported. just a heads up, a couple of spots of that, with moisture in the air and cold snow packed and clear skies and light winds this morning. our day planner for boston 32 degrees right now. icy spots possible. but we do get a quick warm up,
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milder today. high clouds to finish, lower 40s by 3:00. we'll even be in the mid 40s in a few locations today. so a nice way to round out the weekend. notice those winds, though, shifting out of the northeast late in the day. not picking up too much yet. that will occur after dark and into tomorrow. here's the ocean storm. look how large it is here. you can see that with those lines of equal pressure, storm. typically a path this far off shore wouldn't bring us much but because it is such a big storm and cold air feeding into it from canada, likely to get a lot of snow out of this. there's boston 300 miles away from the center of the storm. but you see that snow increasing in coverage from the south to the north. tomorrow, lasting until tapering late. but new shot of some snow late on monday night into tuesday with another low pressure center ink swinging through. and there could be another one
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this is an unsettled pattern on monday, the main event. into tuesday, and even wednesday and thursday, still snowy conditions. check out the winter storm watch be expanded all the way up to the new hampshire border all the way back to southern worcester county. this is 7 a.m. in the morning tomorrow, and through 7 a.m. on tuesday. keep a look on the totals, if the track shifts, if the intensity changes, these totals will be changing as well. right now on the current track, 4 to 7 in boston, 7 to 8, equallily higher amounts ocean effect snows can enhance those bands along the plymouth shore line, possibly into barnstable county. northward, nashua and parts of southern new hampshire to the west, vermont only a coating to maybe 3 inches. take a look at winds. 10, 20, late tonight. into tomorrow morning, 20, 30, even 40 miles an hour gusts. so we're going to being piling up water up against the shore
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so a coach flood advisory that be posted and we're going to be watching that around the time of high tide 11:00 tomorrow. so water coming up onto the roads there. north side of the cape and over into plymouth county. cold temperatures, too, an arctic front by the end of the week, that can put temperatures down to 10 by friday morning. heather and daniel back to you. >> heather: oh, boy. it's going to be cold, bundle up. it has been a cold season recently but overall, he can't really complain. it's been a pretty warm winter, right? well, that warm weather is making maple syrup flow ahead of schedule in maine. according to the daily "abc news," syrup farmers are having a hard time to keep up with the syrup temperatures. so the problem is syrup farmers say if there's warm weather too early in the year, it will make the syrup season shorter and that could mean less supply and
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something we don't like to hear. >> daniel: and the price of coffee beans at a two year low. but don't expect a latte to cost any less. they're expecting a big harvest, which could mean a drop in prices. but coffee beans only make up 20% of overall costs. so experts say, don't anticipate a drop in the price of coffee state side. >> heather: a veteran has a court data used of car jacking a woman. the entire thing caught on police dash cam video. still ahead, what we know now about the moments leading up to the chase. >> daniel: plus being called a moon shot effort to cure cancer, but does the funding back it up.
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>> heather: welcome back, we've been looking ahead to tuesday's new hampshire primary for quite some time. but there's several other events capturing the nation's attention from fat tuesday to fashion week, here's patricia stark with a look at the week ahead. >> reporter: the big game is here.
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cam newton and the krantsz battle peyton manning and the denver broncos for the chance to hoist the lombardi trophy and be crowned nfl champions. tuesday, let loose, it's fat tuesday, marching, the end to the new orleans mardi gras celebration. each year, thousands flock to the french quarter with crazy kossly stews day filleded with parades party and beads. it ends the last day before ash wednesday. on wednesday, president obama feeling no, sir stallgic, returning to springfield illinois for the general it marks 9 years to the date when he announced his candidacy for president in the same spot. he englands for unify ied politics in the nation. also tuesday, strike a pose, the new york fashion week begins. travel to big apple tore the latest style trends. the event will run until february 18th. that's the week ahead. patricia stark fox news. >> daniel: joe biden's moon
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with the coal of compressing 10 years's worth of research into the next five years. a little perspective, nasa penalty over $10 billion over ten years on the space program that took us to the moon. when inflation is factored in that in be is closer to 150 billion. a push to make a big change at airports around the country. still ahead this morning, why some leaders think air traffic control would be better handled by a private corporation. >> jason: our next storm has formed. i'll tell you when it gets here and how much snow to expect straight ahead. >> reporter: an officer involved shooting ends with one suspect shot multiple times and a second suspect caught moments (cell phone rings) where are you? well the squirrels are back in the attic. mom? your dad won't call an exterminator... can i call you back, mom?
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on dash cam footage that you're looking at. >> daniel: still ahead, the bizarre incident that started it all. why the suspect is now being evaluated at a local hospital. good morning and thanks for joining us on this sunday morning, february 7th. i'm daniel miller. >> >> heather: i'm heather hegedus. thanks for waking up with us, good to see you, daniel. >> daniel: nice to be here. >> heather: we're not out of the woods with the snowfall. it's difficult to shovel. meteorologist jason brewer is ahead in the weather center. we're going to be shovelling a lot this week. >> jason: finish up your cleaning up today. we'll get everything out of the way and then tomorrow more snow on the way. here's what's happening. low pressure on the coast has formed. we're able to see the storm and track it hour by hour. it's going to be bringing snow? here during the morning drive tomorrow. there's the storm lifting out over the ocean. it's going to make a far path from southern new england. but it's a big storm, initial wind and initial rain in
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morning when we see shiri as we start our monday morning. already snow spreading northward, boston, into southern worcester county. and southern new hampshire through the lunch hour tomorrow. and then could see some tapering late in the day tomorrow. from the west to the east. but then a new round of snow again, late monday night into tuesday as another storm tracks through. so enjoy your super bowl sunday. temperatures under mostly sunny skies. recover in the lower 40s but tell you how much more snow to expect in a little bit. >> heather: seems like the weather is stuck in a snow system right now. a pattern. so we'll have to watch for that. to other news, two home invasion suspects in the hospital this morning. one shot by police after that suspect opened the door, armed with a gun. this morning, police still investigating both the shooting and the initial crime. >> daniel: that's right. it is all developing this morning, fox 25 stephanie coueignoux live in lowell. stephanie still a lot of unanswered questions this morning about just what happened. >> reporter: and i walked inside
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behind me to ask about an update update. right now, we don't know the name of the suspects or whether this was a random or targeted home invasion. hoping to learn more in a few hours once the sergeant comes in. take a look. this is video after that home invasion, you can see police swarming that neighborhood. this is on pine hill street. this is what we know so far. according to police, they received a call about that home invasion at around 8:15 last night. when they arrived at that home, that is when they found a man in the doorway holding a gun. the officer then fired his gun, hitting the suspect twice. and while all of this was going on, police say a second suspect ran out the back of that home, a neighbor we spoke with told us that it sounded like he was running through the river that goes through that neighborhood. now police eventually caught that suspect several blocks away. both of those suspects taken to the hospital with injuries.
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happened just after 8:00 in the evening. one neighbor told us that he was relaxing in front of the tv at gunshots. >> i was, showing. because this was a quiet area right here. i heard the gunshots most people say it is prior cracker but i know a gunshot when i hear one and i jumped right up when i >> reporter: there were two people inside that home that were assaulted. they were taken to the hospital but we are told they are expected to be okay. when i walked inside the police department just a short time ago they told me there could be an update within the hour. so i'll be walking inside and have an update for you when i receive that information. fox 25 news. >> heather: 7:33 now, and this morning, an iraq war vet is being evaluated at a local hospital as he faces charges for
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this all started at a bedford gas station yesterday morning. michael sullivan is accused of getting in the victim's truck the road. you can see the short case from the dash cam, as the police and the victim's husband followed that truck into carlisle. when sullivan was stopped. police tell us he was confused can'ted know where he was. police say sullivan suffers from mental health issues and addiction and left a v.a. hospital without permission. he's now due in court tomorrow. >> daniel: this morning, we are expecting to learn more about a fire in north andover, it happened yesterday at the street. a woman on the second floor found dead inside. but at this point, we don't know what killed her. smoke alarms alerted the downstairs neighbors in time for them to escape. >> my brother got them out. >> reporter: your brother was here? >> yeah, the smoke alarm went off in the hallways upstairs. he got them out. he couldn't get upstairs, though.
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victim's name has not been released. we'll have an update on the story as soon as we get new information. >> heather: happening today. thousands expected to visit providence's city hall to say their final good-byes to the city's longest serving mayor. buddy cianci has been lying in state just outside his former city hall office since yesterday. cianci served multiple terms but also twice forced from office for felony charges. cianci died january 28th after becoming ill while tape an station. his funeral set for tomorrow morning. >> daniel: new this morning, a man facing charges accused of driving more than 100 miles an hour driving down interstate 93 southbound. straight troopers stopped tyler murch of ashton new hampshire. clocked him at 105 in 70 miles an hour zone. he's due in court next month for reckless operation. >> heather: take a look at the photos, do you recognize this man here?
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fraud. he use someone else's card to buy an mbta pass. it happened last monday at the jfk station. call transit police if you know anything. >> daniel: continue to monitor bacteria elf wills in a coastal community hampton beach and a local salt marsh being checked. so far the results come back with no cause for concern. also found emergency wanted permits to dig up the sewer and figure out why the main failed. >> heather: violent attacks happening against local hospital doctors and nurses and they say their calls for better security gone unanswered for months. still ahead, the proposals some describe as common sense to make brigham and women's hospital safe for everyone. >> daniel: and mrs. ahead this morning, one couple seemingly did the right thing by assigning a designated driver. next, why who they chose landed
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. >> heather: time now 7:39. and we all know having a designated driver is very important if you're drinking. but that move landed one woman and her boyfriend in court because police found a child behind the wheel. prosecutors say this wisconsin couple let the couple's 9-year-old daughter drive them home. and not only that, police say a baby was also in the truck. >> when you're too intoxicated to drive, you don't put a person behind the wheel that has absolutely no experience. the 9 years old, i don't know how a person can come up thinking that's a good idea. >> heather: unbelievable. the couple charged with child neglect and reckless endangerment. the children placed with other family members. >> daniel: deadline, to install automatic braking along its track, the earlier this week, the agency announced it won't meet the 2018 deadline set by
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administration. now the t is looking for special permission to push that date back to 2020. amtrak has already installed positive train control to prevent derailment on all of the track it owns in the northeast corridor. and after two years of repairs it looks like the government t stop will reopen just in time for springs. crews have worked extremely hard on the massive 82 million dollar renovation project. and the station is scheduled to reopen on march 26th. improvements include added wheelchair accessibility, improved platforms and a glass above platform entrance. >> heather: it's time to move beyond bubble tests, that's the message from the u.s. department of education. last week, federal education officials send federal guidelines to districts in massachusetts and new hampshire in a plain way to determine which standardized assessments are worth keeping and which exams get a failing grade.
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one size fits all response that has overproduced testing and under produced kids learning. >> we took steps to put the decisions about testing back in the hands of classroom teachers, boards. >> heather: the changes are part of the new education law that was passed in december that replaced no child left behind. >> daniel: 7:42 right now. the sweet face you can't escape. by now you've seen the picture of the sea lion trying to grab a bite to eat. still ahead, we'll tell you what's next for the little guy. >> heather: plus a bill in the works that would see a big change around airports around the country. why some lawmakers are pushing for one agency, to be taken over
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>> heather: this week, congress will take up a debate that could affect the safety of our skies. our george cally reports on what these potential changes could mean for travellers. >> reporter: air traffic controllers are responsible for planes landing safely. but the list of failures in the agency are long. reports of controllers falling asleep on the job in major airport towers not staffed adequately. >> our solution is an corporation.
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corporation to take over air controller. they say it will improve the travelling experience. >> we believe this will make air travel more efficient, less delays less congestion. >> reporter: a three year timeline changing the role of faa. >> it allows faa to focus on safety where it longs, separate those two functions which over 50 countries in the world have done that. >> reporter: other supporters of the bill support the national air traffic controllers association. but not everyone in the aviation industry is on board with this exchange. >> to make a wholesale change is too much risk to an extremely stable and sophisticated appeared safe system. >> reporter: tom hendrick's represents the group nationwide. >> we don't think you got to completely break off the part of the faa that works the best, the air traffic control system which controls these issues. >> heather: and the air traffic control system will be funded through user fees and controlled
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>> now your local forecast from meteorologist jason brewer. and the fox 25 storm tracker weather team. >> jason: all right. good morning, we're off to a nice bright start. and our ocean storm has formed, however, off of the florida coastline and tracking out over the ocean and eventually going to bring us some snow. so point of the headline, watching the track of the storm very closely as well. then you shift to that, will mean exacts as far as who gets heaviers, who gets lighter amounts and also who gets winds. and the coastal flooding concern will be with us, in this ocean storm tracking eastward off of the florida coastline right now. so it's clear here in southern new england right now. no sign of approaching weather. 32 in boston. but see lower 20s in boston and west. a few teens mixing in places like jaffrey and barre and even towards plymouth 20 degrees here, watching out for slick spots.
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actually improving here after sunrise, so going the right way with that. our day planner, icy spots in the next hour. then we'll climb mid 30s by 9 in the morning. noontime, boston, 40 degree. how about 42 this afternoon. a few high clouds on the way. overall enjoy your super bowl sunday as high temperatures top out in the low to mid 40s. now let's go over to monday, there's our storm making our way east of the outer bank of north carolina. still dry here in southern new england. but a little bit of rain moving in by 6 in the morning for the kaptsdz, flipping over quickly to snow. and expanding northward. back to worcester county by 7 a.m., snow more likely. and that makes its way northward throughout the midday and early afternoon hours. now the storm is going to be passing about 380 miles southeast of boston. so it's far away. but it's a big storm. and it's an intense storm. so enough wind to create ocean effect snow and the expand of
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to bring us some snow. that's why we have that winter storm watch. then we have another burst of snow late monday into tuesday as this lull moves by and just going to be in an unsettled pattern this week with repeated disturbances coming through. that's why we have snow chances lingering on in until at least thursday. if you're just joining us, the winter storm watch expanded all the way back to 495 out to southern worcester county. total 4 to 6 inches likely. boston, lowell. down here to the south coast, 7 to 8 inches in that jackpot area in plymouth county. ocean effect snows starting to enhance the accumulations there. as you go westward, amounts start to lower. nashua, maybe 2, 3 inches maybe even less from the west there. now on the winds, not too much late tonight. it's really tomorrow, 20, 30, even 40 miles an hour sustained winds continuing. an that's going to pile up the
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so south shore plymouth county over to barnstable county, coastal flood watch. there's your 7 day, snowy this week, arctic front late this week down to 10 degrees by friday morning. this is definitely february. >> daniel: yes, it is, jason. thank you, quite the sight in boston here, firefighters, they're decked out in full gear. they took part in the american lung association's most grueling fund-raiser. fox 25 team joined the climb up 41 flights at one boston place yesterday. the goal was to raise money and also give people the same breathing experience people with lung disease live with each day. >> 1700 climbers today heading up the building to fight for lung health and fight against lung cancer all to support the lung association's mission. >> daniel: the money will go toward research, education and advocacy, more than 2,000 people participated including, fox 25
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katherine burcham and kerry kavanaugh. >> heather: still ahead on the fox 25 news, the reservoir where it gets it water is way down now. next the threat that could come, come summer, and why there might not be enough water even with the recent snow. >> daniel: and it's super bowl
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>> reporter: happy super bowl sunday morning to you. i'm butch stearns, the patriots not playing tonight, so we start by our attention turning to the boston sports teams that are. celtics and bruins, both teams playing well right now. includes the bruins at home. at least for last night. claude julian like the rest of us trying to figure out how to get these guys play better at home. this is one way, david pastrna k, over to krach chi, boom boom boom, 1 nothing bruins. came goes to overtime. watch this, brad marchand not only grabs the penalty, but he will get the rarest of rare overtime penalty shots.
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he pops it home. the bruins win 2-1 in overtime. 7, 2, and 1 in their last 10. a big home win. the nfl honors awarded on sunday night. am cam newton wins the league mvp. 48 of 50 first place votes to easily win the award. he was not there to accept the award of course because he's playing in the game tonight against peyton manning. of course as we all know, tom brady will be part of the pregame celebration with 40 other previous mvbs, including dion branch, brady and joe montana are the only three time super bowl mvps and they'll be on that field. celtics 1:00, welcome back ron john rondeau to the garden. and don't forget to join us tonight, sunday sports wrap up. great story on 11-year-old mary kipping ham. have a great sunday, everybody. >> daniel: here's the video
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a sea lion pup, hanging out a restaurant. he wandered into the eatery on thursday and made himself right at home. sea world showed up to rescue him and discovered the poor little guy was malnourished will stabbing at sea world until he's nourished back to health. at that point, he could be returned to the wild. >> heather: poor little guy, we're all rooting for him. >> daniel: yeah, just trying to figure out how he got into that restaurant. >> heather: i know. >> daniel: the investigation continues this morning, into a violent home invasion. >> heather: multiple people went to the hospital in after math. why one suspect was shot by police. >> daniel: a there has to be a way. carry the centimeter, divide by 3.14 something something something... [ beeping, whirring ] great caesar salad! and now the name your price tool shows people policy options to help fit their budget. is that a true story? yeah! people really do save an average of over $500 when they switch. i mean
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>> i'm cracking two storm, when they bring snow and how much we can get. >> a home invasion turned officer involved shooting. the confrontation police said
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out his gun and firing at a suspect. >> no holding back at the last republican debate before the new hampshire primary. the heated exchanges that led to boos from the audience. and a car stolen with a 76 year-old still inside. the police chase caught on dashcam and the deeper story we have uncovered. >> complete new england news coverage starts now, this is fox 25 news. >> and thanks so much for watching the fox 25 morning news at 8 a.m. sunday, february 7th. i'm heather heg doe. >> and i'm danny miller, cold this morning and warming up today but fox 25 meteorologist jason brewer is in the storm tracker center and you are tracking a messy start to the week which we can see again later in the week this is. >> we have several chances here, daniel. and heather, good morning. if you are waking up, low pressure on the move away from the florida coastline right now. this storm has formed it is likely to intensify and pass
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will be a big storm do we will have to consider snow potential, sunday, 7 a.m. nice and quiet. a few high clouds late in the day. and really not much until midnight. as we wake up tomorrow morning, of course we have some showers in barn stable and nantucket possibly to the vineyard but see how quickly the cold high pressure to the north will feed the cold air and we get wide sproad by 9 in the morning, south ward to south worcester county and then all the way up into southern new hampshire by noon tomorrow, and then late in the day, we are still dealing with snow, even though we begin to see some tapering from the west to the east. and then another storm after that. we will keep our snow chance going and i will talk more about that in the seven-day forecast and by the way, today is not bad. get out and enjoy the lower 40s. >> enjoy what we can. all right. developing this morning, two home invasion suspects are in the hospital one shot by a police officer. >> it happened on pin hill
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questions this morning that need to be answered. fox 25's stephanie couigneaux ( ) live this morning, this sort of thing doesn't usually happen in that area? >>reporter: and, daniel, neighbors told us this is a very quiet neighborhood. this actually took place just after 8 o'clock in the evening. and it is understandably they are very shaken up. now, officers from the police department behind me responded to the home invasion, about a mile and a half away. and when they arrived, police say one of the suspects gun. take a look at this video from just after that home invasion. officers responded to this situation. night. and lowell police are telling us after that suspect confronted the officer with the gun, the officer then fired his gun, hitting the suspect twice. police also found a second suspect just a few blocks away,
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and also taken to the hospital. as for the two people inside the home, they were assaulted during that home invasion. the good news though is that police say they will -- they are expected to fully recover, i should say. we did speak with one neighbor who told us while this was happening, he was relaxing on his couch. he was watching t.v. when all of a sudden, he heard gunshots. >> it was pretty dramatic. i didn't expect to hear none of that at all. i was just shocked. i heard the first gunshot and then i heard the other three. >>reporter: a lot of people had no idea what was going on at first. some thinking it was firecrackers. again, turns out to be gunshots. still a lot of questions though. i just checked with police. they still haven't released the names of the suspects or told us whether this was random home invasion or this was a targeted home invasion. but, coming up in 30 minute, how
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that second suspect tried to escape and avoid getting caught. in lowell, i'm stephanie couigneaux, fox 25 news. >> it's 8:03. a high school student has been arrested for a car vandalism spree that spanned several towns. a 15 year-old from auburn has been charged with destruction of property. this is after last month, a window of dozens of cars were shot out of a beebe gun in auburn as we reported. police also believe that teen may be responsible for similar incidents in worcester, webster, and oxford. and this morning we are looking to get more information about a body that was found in a construction site in boston. a fox 25 camera was there yesterday afternoon as police investigated the scene on beacon street. right now, police are not saying who that victim is or how that person might have died. >> a fallen tree branch claimed the live of a father of three for a community already mourning the loss of a little girl. kaleigh kenyon died when a tree
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hit her in her backyard playing friday afternoon. hours later, another huge limb fell off in a different canton neighborhood hitting a man working to clear off his backyard hockey rink. another tragedy on top of the mind for everyone in the community. >> it was beautiful. but it's absolutely dangerous, people need to be aware. canton town officials went around all day saturday clearing limbs and trees that didn't look safe. in some cases they even closed >> people in hol listton are waking up and breathing a sigh of relief because they can actually switch the light switch on now. the power is back on there after it had been out for the last two days. because of the wet, heavy snow that took down trees. pole, and power lines there. as in much of the state. eversource had crews working around the clock there, but the damage was extensive and clearing it out this time -- look at what happened on ashland street there. >> it fell in slow motion and
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explosions and fires. my front yard was on fire all the way across the wires. >> this morning, there are just over 6,000 people without power across the state now. that number up a little bit from where it was earlier in the morning. we have been tracking this for you. and since the storm began, eversource restored power to 95,000 customers. >> developing this morning, the united states and south korea are getting ready to begin talks to deploy u.s. missile defense systems in south korea. the news comes after north korea fired a long-range rocket yesterday, that is believed to be a test of band missile technology. the country claims that it was attempting to launch a satellite into orbit. the officials feared that with each nuclear test and missile launch, north korea is moving closer to creating a nuclear missile capable of reaching the united states. nuclear weapons in the hand
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coupled with ballistic missiles and their leader's odd demeanor and position right there on the d. m. z., that is a really serious combination. >> if the missile defense system is sent to north korea, that can cause tensions with china, who would likely see it as a threat to its interest in that region. that missile launch played a role in last night's republican presidential debate that aired on abc news. a significantly reduced gop field took the stage at st. anselm college in new hampshire and as ken hutcherson reports it was certainly an interesting night. >> >>reporter: the gloves were off in new hampshire saturday. donald trump doubled down on his controversial position. >> i hit immigration. i hit it very hard. i talked about muslims. we have a problem. nobody else wanted to mention the problem. >>reporter: ted cruz took aim at the president. >> this is a president who in the wake of paris and the wake of san bernardino, will not even use the words rad cam islamic terrorism, much less focus on
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>>reporter: candidates slammed the affordable care act. >> you have to replace it with something that makes sense i. doesn't make sense. >>reporter: they talked about north korea's missile launch claims. >> the next president of the united states will have to get the united states back in the game and if a pre-emptive strike is necessary to keep us safe then we should do it. >> that's what i worry about the most, frankly, nonstate actors, people who don't have a uniform or a country. >> there are heated, changes, here is marco rubio and chris christie. >> it is a fine job, i'm glad you ran for it. but it does not prepare you for president of the united states. >> chris, your state got hit by a massive snowstorm two weeks ago and you didn't want to go back. they had to shame you into going back and then you stayed there for 36 hours. and then he left to come back and campaign. >> donald trump got booed as well during an exchange with jeb bush. >> how tough is it -- [cross talk] >> let me talk, quiet. i have spent a lot of time -- >>reporter: in just a few day, we will find out which candidate
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new hampshire voters. i'm kim hutcherson reporting. >> after the debate, the head of the democratic national chilt tee called the debate as total train wreck in the republican party and said it is evidence that the country must elect a democrat as the next president. and new this morning, cnn announced it will hold a democratic debate in flint, michigan next month. that city, of course, hats gained national attention as it deals with toxic levels of lead in its water. and hillary clinton is heading there today to discus that ongoing issue. this comes as she trails far behind rival bernie sanders in new hampshire. meantime, it is back to the granite state for sanders in preparation of tuesday's primary. he has an event in portsmouth. sanders spent last night in new york city helping to host "saturday night live." >> a remindtor stay with fox 25 through the new hampshire primary. we will have special coverage tomorrow night at 7 o'clock. then, on primary night, we will
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o'clock, straight through 11:30. bringing you live results, live reports from candidates headquarters and the speeches as they happen. we will also stream it live on my fox 25 and the fox 25 news app f. you want to vote in the up coming primary, you have to register. wednesday is the last day to register for the mars 1st primary. so far the secretary of state said 70,000 people signed up or changed their enrollment status on-line. to register, go to register to vote m. a..com or go to your city or town hall. >> developing this morning, more than 130 people remain missing after a powerful earthquake shook taiwan. the 6.4 magnitude quake brought down a high rise yesterday morning trapping hundreds of people inside and right now rescuers are still investigating, trying to see if there are any other signs of life from the remains of the building. 171 people have already been rescued.
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more than 5 hundred are hurt. >> coming up at 8:11, still no answers as the investigators search for the reason a massive crane came crashing down. coming up, the piece of the korean that may hold crews about what happened and the work underway right now to move the wrecked equipment off the street. >> plus, a local city tightening its belts. the reservoir, where it gets water is way down, next, the threat that come come summer there might not be enough water even despite the recent snow. expanded.
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at when snow >> crews are hauling away the construction crane that collapsed killing a harvard grad an injuring three others. investigators say it could be weeks before they know exactly what caused the 565 foot long boom to come crashing to the ground friday morning. last night, they recovered the crane's computer and hope that computer will live gem them insight about what happened. an'ston man is one injured by the collapse. the globe is reporting he has been release from the hospital. >> here at home, this scene was car caused by a crash at the
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bedford streets in waltham last night just after 6. firefighters tell us one of the drivers had to be rushed to the hospital but is expected to be okay. no word on what caused it. >> with friday essnow and least week's blizzard the word drought doesn't exactly come to mind but as sarah found out, that's exactly what the people of worcester are facing. >> when the reservoir is full and typically this time of year it would be, the water level is right to the edge of the glass. and all of this exposed shoreline in the back would be underwater. reservoir right now. >> look at this reservoir. this is where worcester residents get their water but it's not even close to the of year. i should be standing in water and you can see the bare ground. officials are so concerned that if they don't get enough rainfall, they there may not be enough water in time for summer. >> the below average rainfall from last year and lack of snow
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moderate drought this city is experiencing right now. this is what lynn brook reservoir looks like when it is at full capacity, quite a difference. >> unless worcester receives the formal amount of rain from now until june, the city may have tight restrictions on water usage by the time summer comes an at woors, purchase water so they have issued a water supply alert effective immediately. >> we want people to to focus on how they use water and cut back on things they don't need to use it for. it can be as simple as taking shorter showers or not running the faucet when you brush your teeth, but pay attention and take, you know, if everyone does a little bit, we can keep the water use down. we usually depend on snow melt to top us off, usually, in march and april. and as k see there is nothing to melt. it's already gone. so we need to plan for the worst and hope for the best. >> that was sarah wroblewski reporting (
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dripping faucets can help with usage. to learn more about using less water head to my fox boston.com. >> now your local forecast from meteorologist jason brewer and the fox 25 storm tracker weather team. >> all right. good morning, we are off to a sunny start. it is a clear start but don't boo field. we have a storm system moving off the coast of florida right now, tracking northeastward and gaining intensity. this is going to be a large storm. it will pass well off shore but the size of it could start to bring snow as early as tomorrow morning's drive time. so, get out and enjoy, finish up your cleanup from last friday's mess and we will be starting in on more snow i think tomorrow morning with clear skies right now leading to a little patchy fog. that's gone now. it's 32 in swamp scott, 23 dedham, 28 watertown. we still have some below freezing temperatures with some slick spots early on. even still a few mid teen, jaffry, barry, 25 there in lowell and 22 in plymouth, 31 in brewster there out in the outer
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temperatures today going to warm up out of the 30s into the to 40s so we have a fairly mild day and we will see some melting and then are a refreezing overnight tonight and then snow moving in during the morning tomorrow. there is the storm. well off the outer banks, passing well southeast of boston, miles off shore. normally that's far away but with the size of the storm and k see that by the lines of equal pressure here, it shows you where that wind is going to be strongest. you see the snow coming in, ocean enhanced-type snow and there's the closest path to the storm, 380 miles away, but again with the size of the storm, we do have to factor it in the potential for heavy snow moving in during the morning tomorrow, midday, during the late day tomorrow, we could see a little lull. but then watch here. overnight, monday night into tuesday, a new low coming by and it starts to pull off the snow right aback again. our chance through the week, highest on monday, a little lower tuesday, but still with us even wednesday and thursday, is another coastal
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thursday. so, very unsettled off and on snowy week ahead. february we have almost had our february total so far and i think with this next event over the next few days, we might as well catch up to our february snow on average. and then, we will cut into the overall deficit that we are in, we are about 8 below normal in boston. but, throughout this week, we could easily catch that up. and wipe out the snow deficit. we have a winter storm watch, boston back to south worcester county to the north shore, all the way down the cape and islands here, and that's where we will see the highest totals on the track of the storm right now, plymouth county, down to the western part of the cape here, 7-8," locally higher amounts, where those ocean effect snow bands could set up. boston, back here toward worcester about 4-7. along out to gloucester as well. as we go back here, through southern new hampshire, southern vermont, just about 3-4" possible, the farther west you go, a coating to only 2" away
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there are your totals. less' talk wind, late tonight, the winds begin to pick up out out of the northeast. that will pile up the water on the shoreline. we have flooding concerns as a result, but also the flying and blowing snow. look at the wind gusts. tomorrow, 30-40 for the cape and islands in particular, even the south shore and north shoar shore, too. higher gusts. the high tide time tomorrow right around 11:00 in the morning so either side of that, we will have the minor-to-moderate coastal flood concerns. the seven-day forecast, it's cold. off and on show showers right through a better part of the week. and then an arctic front broadcasts in here thursday to drop the temperatures down to 10 degrees by friday morning. you see the weekend is always in view, a chilly valentine in store, back to you. >> the price of coffee bones are at a two year low but don't expect the latte to cost less. coffee farmers are expected to have a big harvest which enhoos a drop in prices. but, for some large companies
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make up about 20% of the overall cost. so, experts say don't anticipate a drop in the price of coffee stateside. >> oh, well. hey. i don't drink much coffee. >> i can't drink it being pregnant. i can have a little bit. >> better not. >> violent attacks have been happening against a local hospital's nurses and doctors and they say their calls for better security have gone unanswered for months. >> i'm not looking for metal decktors or x-ray machines. >> fox 25 investigates proposals described as common sense trying to make brigham and women's safe for everyone. >> it's the moon shot at a cure for cancer but does the funding back it up. coming up next, how the 1 billion dollars called for by
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over ten years on the space program. that to be us to the moon. when inflation is factored in, that number is closer to 150 billion dollars. >> we have been telling you about tuesday's new hampshire primary but there are several other events that will be capturing the nation's attention this week from fat tuesday to fashion week here is pay patricia stark with the big week ahead. >> the big game is here, superbowl 50 kicks off in santa clara california. cam newton and the carolina panthers battle peyton manning and the denver broncos for the chance to hoist the lombardi trophy and be crowned nfl champions. tuesday, let loose, it's fat tuesday. marking the end no new orleans mardi gras celebration. each year thousands flock to the french quarter with crazy costumes for a day filled with parades, par tis an beads. it marks the last day before the lent season begins with ash wednesday. on wednesday, president obama is el fooing nostalgic, returning to springfield illinois to address the state's
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years to the date where he a announced his campaign for presidency. new york fashion week begin, fashion world visionaries travel to the big apple for the latest style trends. the event will run until february 18th. that's a look at the weekend ahead. patricia stark, fox news. >> a night of drinking two parents thought they were doing the right thing. coming up, the reason their designated driver choice landed them in court. >> i'm tracking rising snow chances into tomorrow. the ocean storm, when it gets here and how much to expect straight ahead. >> >> an officer involved shooting end with one suspect shot multiple times, and a second suspect caught moments later.
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right here playing out on dashcam footage. >> still ahead the bizarre incident that started it all and the reason the suspect is now being evaluated at a local hospital. welcome back on the sunday morning, february 7th. it's 9:30. i'm daniel miller. >> and i'm heather heg does, thank you for waking us with us. it will be a nice day. the sun is up. >> enjoy it while you can. >> exactly. weapon are not out of the woods just jet. meteorologist jason brewer in the storm tracker weather center right now, watching multiple storms this week. jason, the first one we need to know about immediately because it could affect the morning commute? >> absolutely. tomorrow and another chance on tuesday, even through about thursday, these repeated disturbances coming through. here is the big player, low pressure is formed off the coast of florida, it's tracking northeastward and it will be intensifying and growing and as that occurs our snow chance is going up. so let's take a look. futurecast, 7:00 in the morning does a got job initiallizing where the storm is, by 11 o'clock tonight you see the crowds on the increase but no
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we can start out as rain nantucket and the cape at 5 a.m. tomorrow by 9 a.m. we are snowing anywhere from boston back to south worcester county pownlts south ward, a briefer early period of rain and then the snow makes it all the way into southern new hampshire by midday tomorrow, and the evening drive tomorrow still looks rather messy although i do think tapering west to east late any day. get out and clean things up today, get ready for another round tomorrow. 42 in boston with mostly sunny skies. i will have much more on the totals coming up. >> and jason mentioned the storm will move in before dawn tomorrow. make sure you wake up with us right here on the fox 25 morning news. ic join us from 4 to 10 a.m.. we are on earlier and longer to el he p you prepare for your day, we will have traffic and weather every 10 minutes plus live reports around the region. >> we will be ready for it. two home invasions suspects are in the hospital this morning. one of them shot by police after opening the door armed with a gun. this morning, police are still investigating both the shooting
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to it all. >> it all is still developing this morning. fox 25 stephanie couigneaux live in lowell. stephanie, this are still a lot of unanswered questions about just what happened? >> two of the main question, one, is this a targeted or random home invasion and, two, who are these suspects? i walked into the police department right here behind me a short time ago. they are not releasing that information just yesterday but i am told the sergeant should be coming in and i will walk back inside and hopefully have an update for you in 30 pinots. take a minutes.take a look. this is video from the home invasion on pill hill street a mile and a half away from the police department which is where we are. but this is what we know so far. according to police, they received a call about that home invasion at around 8:15 last night. when they arrived, that is when they found a man in the doorway
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police are calling it a confrontation. an officer then fired his gun hitting the suspect twice. while all this was going on, police say a second suspect ran out the back of that home and a neighbor we spoke with told us that it sounded like that man was running bein the river through the neighborhood. police were able to catch the suspect several blocks away. both suspects taken to the hospital with injuries. again, keep in mind this all happened at around 8:15 in the evening, one neighbor told me he was relaxing, he was on the couch watching t.v. when he heard those gunshots. >> i was shocked, this is a quiet area right here. i heard the gunshots, people say it was firecrackers but i knew what it was when i heard it and i jumped right up and put my shoes on. >> as you can imagine, hearing the gunshots relaxing inside your home, very frightening. police told us there were two people in that home during that home invasion, those two people
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are told they are expected to be okay. but, again, i will be going inside the police department, hopefully having an update for you in 30 inminutes. if lowell, i'm stephanie couigneaux, fox 25 news. >> 9:4 and this morning an iraq war veteran is being evaluated at a local hospital as he faces charges for allegedly carjacking 72 year-old woman. it all started station. michael sullivan is accuse of getting into the victim's truck and telling her he had to go up the road and police shared this gash cam video with fox 25. you can see the short chase it led to as police and the victim's husband followed the truck in the into carlisle. when sullivan was stopped police tell us he was confused and didn't know where he was. police say sullivan suffered from mental health issues and addiction. and had left the v.a. hospital without permission. he is now due in court tomorrow. >> this morning, we are expecting to learn more about a fire in north andover.
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at this multifamily home on park street. the woman who lived on the second floor was found dead inside. but at this point we don't know what killed her. local people alerted the downstairs to make their escape. >> my brother got out. the yellow smoke alarm went off in the hallway upstairs so he got them out. he couldn't get upstairs though. >> at this point, the victims' name has not been released. we will have an update on the story as soon as we get new information. >> happening today, thousands are expected to visit providence's city hall to say their final good-byes to the city's longest serving mayor, buddy cianci ( ) has been lying in state outside his former city hall office since yesterday. he served multiple terms, but was also forced out from office for felony charges. cianci died january 28th after becoming ill while taping an interview with the providence t.v. station. the funeral is set for tomorrow morning.
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the lap of luxury. well, while still collecting from the state. leaders say it is part of a bigger problem. still ahead on the fox 25 morning news, just how much the state is losing to welfare fraud. >> plus, one couple's seemingly did the right thing by assigning a designated driver. next, why who they chose landed
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having a designated driver is important if you are drinking but that landed one woman and her boyfriend in court after police found a child behind the wheel of their vehicle. the wisconsin couple let the woman's 9 year-old daughter drive them home and not only that, listen to this, police also say, a baby was in the truck. when you are too intoxicated to drive you don't put a person behind the wheel that has absolutely no experience and
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a person can come up thinking this is a good idea. >> they have been charged with reblgless endangerment and the children have been placed with other family members. >> the m. b. mbta is hoping to extend the deadline to install automatic brakes along the tracks. earlier this week the agency announced it won't meet the 2018 deadline set by the federal railroad administration. now the tee is looking to get special permission to push it back to 2020. amtrack already installed positive train control to prevent derailment on all the track it owns in the northeast corridor. and after two years of repairs it looks like the government's t. stop will reopen in time for spring, the mbta says crews have worked extremely hard on the massive 82 million dollars renovation project. and the station is scheduled to reopen on march 26th. improvements include added wheelchair accessibility and improved platforms and a glass above ground station entrance.
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no. 2 pen silt task, that's the message from the department of education after last week federal education officials sent guidelines out to school districts in massachusetts and new hampshire. and they explained ways to determine which standardized assessments they feel are worth keeping and which ones get a failing grade. >> so we take away the high stakes, one size fits all response that has overproduced learning. >> we took steps to put the decisions about testing back in the hands of classroom teachers of governors an local school boards. >> the changes are part of the new education law that was passed in december. that replaced no child left behind. escape. right now, you have seen this picture of the sea lion pup trying to grab a bite to eat. till say head this morning we will tell you what's next for the little guy. >> plus, nurses flocking to beacon hill to share their stories, coming up next, why they hope someone in the statehouse is listening to their
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if something doesn't change at this hospital, somebody is going to die there. a fox 25 investigation telling you ate bout the violent attacks
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state's premier mental health hospital in worcester. well, now, fox 25 investigates vanessa welch reveals nurses from around the state came to beacon hill to testify about hospitals failing to protect their staff from workplace violence. >> we are not looking for metal detectors but common sent approaches to make the hospital safe for all. >> former boston police chief daniel lynnsky testifying before a state hours hearing in favor of a workplace violence bill that would require health care people to protect their workers. he was brought in to investigate after the murder of dr. michael jacobson last january at brigham women's. >> i walk through the hospital with no reason, to ability to have been there that day aibd went into the. o. r. and places i should not and that is not acceptable. >> patricia powers, a nurse
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while nurses from around the state said they failed to address security issues and violent attacks against staff happened consistently since. >> i have had dozens of nurses physically attack, knives pulled on them, physically assaulted. >> almost every single person i work with, myself included, has been a victim of workplace violence. >> karen coughlin is vice president of the mass nurses association and registered nurse at taunton state hospital. in her testimony today she said violent attacks in hospitals are on the rise across the state. and this legislation will provide much needed support. now we must take the next step and protecting nurses. >> vanessa welch, fox 25 news. >> now your local forecast from meteorologist jason brewer and the fox 25 storm tracker weather team. >> all right. good morning, we have headlines to tell you about. first of all, a nice sunday. plenty of sun this morgue. icy spots early but they will be melting shortly as we cleem into the lower 40s later but the
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talking about has formed. it's off the pla pla coast line making its way northeastward in southern new england. we are watching the track closely. we have a winter storm watch posted an expanded early the morning. so, here is the storm. right now. surface circulation has formed so we can now keep tabs on it, as it follows the path it will pass far off shore, but there will be cold air with it, going to be a big storm. so we have got to talk about winter storm watch and snow totals coming up. clear skies right now oversouthern new england with temperatures on the colder side and a few spots still, 18 in bedford, 30 in boston, i have 28 there in hyannis. temperatures this afternoon under mostly sunny skies, anywhere from 42-4410 rung about 5, 6, 7 degrees above normal for this time of year. one milder day before thinks start to go downhill tomorrow morning. let's wake up with futurecast, 5 a.m., little bit of light rain, but watch how quickly it
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by 7, 8, 9 in the morning, snow making its way from boston back to worcester we have snow moving in, heavier amounts falling along the south shore and into plymouth county. by midday tomorrow. snow making its way all the way into southern new hampshire, fart western massachusetts and then into the evening hours we see a little bit of a lull but watch what happened, we have a new storm coming in from the west, it's likely going to boost that snow chance once again after dark on monday and possibly even into parts of ted cruz. so, unsettled pattern, a good way to describe this. we have those high snow totals and coverage coming up monday. tuesday, it's lingering and even wednesday and thursday, we have a chance for some accumulating snow until we can clear the pattern out. so, winter storm watch, that's been expanded. off of plymouth, barn stable and nantucket and tooksbury, up to the sea coast of new hampshire, back to worcester county. we have the potential for 6" or
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that's what the winter storm watch means. right now, we have 4-7" around the boston area, back to south worcester county, all the way up to north shore, gloucester about 4-7, even into parts of the sea coast of new hampshire, you can see 4-5" of snow. higher amount, plymouth county, the middle and western part of the cape, 7, 8," the ocean effect snow bands will be key there, the farther west you go, the lower amounts get. let's talk wind. we have that, too, especially by tomorrow morning. 20, 30 miles per hour sustained winds, even 40 miles per hour sustained winds possible, depending upon the strength of the storm. that's going to pile up the water along the coastline, plymouth county, barn stable county as well as nantucket. so, high tide 11 in the morning, either side of that, some moderate coastal concerns. it's snoww and unsettled, highs in the low 30s, a dryer snow, not the wet snow we had friday, coming up tomorrow and then an arctic front by tend of the
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brings the cold air in here, danielle and heather. >> as that bad weather moves in, jason, make sure you have the fox 25 weather app on your phone and you will want to keep checking it for the latest radar and we have forecasts from our entire meteorologist team. best part is it's free for your smart phone or tablet, you can download it now. >> quite the site in boston, firefighters decked out in full gear took part in the american lung association grueling fund raiser. fox 25 team joined the climb up 41 flights in one boston place yesterday. there's kerry cavanaugh, speaking of our team. the goal was to raise money and also give people the same breathing experience, people with lung disease live with each day. so, 17 hundred climbers today, heading up the building, despite poor lung health and fighting lun cancer to support the american lung association's mission. >> the money will go towards education and research and advocacy.
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participated including kerry cavanaugh andsterny birchham and others who represented the station. >> great job for everyone who participated. not easy. a push to mig a big change in airports around can country on the fox morning new, why air traffic control might be better handled by a private corporation. >> and it is superbowl sunday. even though he's not playing, tom brady is still set to take the field. coming up next, the big honor
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happy superbowl sunday morning to you. i'm butch stern, as happy as it can be. the patriots are not playing tonight, so we start by turning our attention to the boston sports teams that are. celtics and bruin, both teams playing well right now, including the bruins at home on garden ice for last night. julian just like the rest of us trying to figure out how to get the guys to play better at home. this is one way. first period against buffalo, david pasternack sets up louie, there grow, 1-0 bruins. the game goes to overtime and watch this. brett marshawn not only draws
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ras must, but the rarest of rare overtime penalty shots. not a shootout, overtime. he pucks it home. the bruins win 2-1 in overtime, they are 7-2. >> 1 and the last one is a big home win. the nfl honors awarded on saturday night, cam newton wins the league mvp. newton gets 48 of 50 first place votes to easily win the award. he was not there to accept the award, of course, because he is playing in the game tonight against peyton manning. and of course as we know tom brady will be part of the pregame celebration, with 40 other previous superbowls mvps that will also include tee onbranch, m. v. p. at 39 against the eagle, brady and joe montana are the only three time superbowl mvps and they will be on the field. celtics 1 o'clock today, well congress back rondo to the garden and don't forget to join us tonight for sunday night sports wrap, time leyden, myself, we have a great story on 11 year-old mary kip enham, have
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>> here is the video everyone is talking about, a sea lion pup hanging out at a restaurant. he wandered into the california eatery on tuesday, and -- thursday that is, adds you can see he made himself right at home. sea world showed up to rescue him and discovered the poor guy was malnourished. he will be staying at sea world until he is nurtured and nursed back to health at the point he can be returned to the wild. >> i hope he is okay. but he has the right idea going into thest are raunt. he needed food. >> that's right. >> smart guy. still ahead this morning, the investigation continues into a violent home invasion. multiple people sent to the hospital in the aftermath, coming up on the fox 25 news at 9:00, the reason one suspect was shot by police. >> and updating your snow totals, you can expect as this next ocean storm gets developed and moves over towards southern new england throughout the course of the next 24 hours. >> plus a community that has already been mourning a little girl's death now dealing with a second tragedy.
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i'm tracking two storms, when can get. >> a home invasion turned officer-involved shooting. the confrontation police said ended with an officer pulling out his gun and firing at a suspect. no holding back, the last republican debate before the new hampshire primaries. the heated exchanges that led to boos from the audience. >> and a car stolen with a 72 year-old woman still inside. the police chase caught on dashcam and the deeper story we have uncovered.
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morning news it's sunday, it's 9 a.m.. you are waking up to sunshine this february 7th. i'm heather heg does. >> and i'm dan miller this superbowl sunday. colt this morning and warming up later today, which is good news. >> for now. enjoy it while you can. >> jason brewer is in the storm tracker weather center this morning. jason, you are tracking two systems? >> absolutely. we have a messy start coming up monday, another storm coming through in the middle part of the week that can continue to keep our snow chances alive. we have an intensifying storm that made its way off the florida coastline. we are seeing mixed precipitation in north carolina, this storm staying off shore, but we have cold air coming into it and it is a large storm, so snow beginning to make its appearance tomorrow morning during the drive time. can start as rain briefly there for the cape and islands at 5 a.m.. by 9:00 in the morning snow boston back to worcester points south ward, my david up to the southern new hampshire area here and that continues for the
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possible from west-to-east but then the next storm comes in and continues to keep our snow night. so, enjoy your sunday, finish cleaning up the driveways. more snow on the way tomorrow. boston. >> and as jason mentioned, the tomorrow. so, make sure you wake up at the fox 25 morning news. you can join us between 4:00 and 10 a.m.. our team is on earlier and longer to make sure you are prepared. we will have traffic and weather updates every 10 minutes plus live reports from around the region. also, make sure you have the fox 25 weather app on your phone. keep checking it for the latest radar and snow totals. it is free to download, to your smart phone and droid device. >> other news, it's 9:02. developing this morning, two home invasion suggestion pects are in the hospital right now. one of them was shot by a police officer. >> it happened last night on pine hill street in lowell, but there is still a lot of questions that need to be answered. fox 25 stephanie couigneaux is live in lowell this morning and,
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doesn't usually happen in that area. >>reporter: it's a very quiet neighborhood, that's what people are el thing us. not only that, this happened at a time when a lot of families were enjoying their evening at around 8 o'clock certainly a lot of people still shaken up. but, officers here at the lowell police department, they drove about a mile and a half away, responding to a home invasion. and when they arrived they say one of those suspects confronted an officer with a gun. take a look. this is some video from just after that home invasion. and you can see a lot of police at that scene right there as they investigated. now, again, they got the call around 8:15 last night, and the lowell police told us after the suspect confronted the officer with that gun, the officer then fired his gun, hitting the suspect twice. there was also a second suspect. police found that man just several blocks away. he was also hurt and taken to
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and there were two people inside the home at the time of that home invasion. they had been assaulted, but thankfully police are telling us, even though they were hurt, it wasn't serious. okay. but, we spoke with one neighbor who told us that he was on his couch. he was relaxing for the evening, watching t.v., when all of a sudden he heard four gunshots. >> it was tremendousty dramatic. i didn't expect to hear none of that at all. i was shocked. i heard the first gunshot and i heard the other three. >>reporter: he said he was just in shock after he heard all of that gun fire. now, i just checked in with police here at the police department. they told me so far no updates. this is still an ongoing investigation. they still haven't released the names of the suspect or told us if this was a random or targeted home invasion. but, coming up in 30 minute, how police and neighbors told us that second suspect tried to
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in lowell, i'm stephanie couigneaux, fox 25 news. >> a high school student has been arrested for car vandalism spree that is spanning several towns. the tell gram and gazette reporting a 15 year-old from auburn has been charged with destruction of property. as we reported, last month, the windows of dozens of cars were shot out with a beebe gun in auburn. police also believe the teen may be responsible for similar incidents in worcester. webster, and oxford. and, this morning, we are still working to get more information about a body that was found at a construction site in boston. our fox 25 camera was there yesterday afternoon as police investigated the scene on beacon street. right now, police are not saying who the victim was or how that person might have died. >> a falling tree branch claimed the life of a father of three and a community already mourning the loss of a little girl. kaleigh kenyon died when a tremendous covered in snow broke off and hit her while she was playing in the snow in her
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hours later, another huge limb broke off in a different canton neighborhood, hitting a man that was working to clear off his backyard hockey rink. preventing another tragedy is the top of the mind of everyone in that town. >> it is beautiful, but it's absolutely dangerous and people need to be aware and take care. >> canton town officials went around all day saturday clearing limbs an trees that didn't look safe. and some cases, they even closed roads until crews arrived. >> people in hol list ton waking up this morning and breathing a collecting sigh of relief because they can actually turn the power back on this morgue. the power is back on after, for the last couple of days, that wet heavy snow took down trees an a lot of power across that town. eversource had crews working around the clock but the damage in hollis ton was extensive, clearing it up was time consuming and look at what happened on ashland street, for example. >> it fell in slow motion and there was a bunch of explosions
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>> my front yard was on fire all the away cross the front. fires. >> scary. this evening no, just under 6,000 customers remain in the dark across the state. >> developing this morning, the united state and south korea are getting ready to begin talks to deploy u.s. missile defense systems in north korea after north korea fired a long range rocket jed that is believed to technology. the country claims that it was attempting to launch a satellite into orbit. oh fishes feared that with each nuclear test and missile launch, north korea is moving closer to creating a miss sip capable of reaching the united states. >> nuclear weapons in the hands of north korea, particularly coupled with the ballistic miss sip les, coupled with this odd demeanor and position right there on the d. m. z., that's a really serious combination. >> if the missile defense system is sent to south korea that can
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would likely see it as a threat to its interests in that region. that missile launch played a role in last night's republican presidential debate that aired on abc news. a significantly reduced gop field took the stage at st. anselm college in new hampshire and as kim hutcherson reports it was certainly an interesting night. >>reporter: the gloves were off in new hampshire saturday. donald trump doubled down on his controversial positions. >> i hit immigration. i hit it very hard. i talked about muslims. we have a problem. nobody else wanted to mention the problem. >>reporter: ted cruz took aim at the president. >> this is a president who in the wake of paris and the wake of san bernardino will not even use the words radical islamic terrorism, much less focus on defeating the enemy. >> >>reporter: candidates slammed the affordable care act. you have to replace it with something that makes sense. it doesn't make sense. >> they talked about north korea's missile launch claims. >> the next president of the united states has to get the united states back in the game and if a pre ive strike is necessary to keep us safe then
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that's what i worry about is nonstate actors people who don't have a uniform or a country. >> there were heated exchanges, here is marco rubio and chris christie. >> it is a fine job, i'm glad you ran for it. but it does not prepare you for president of the united states. >> chris, your state was hit by a massive snowstorm two weeks ago. you didn't want to go back. they had to shame you into going back and then you stayed there for 36 hours. and then you left and came back to campaign. >>reporter: donald trump got booed as well during an exchange with jeb bush. >> how tough is it to -- a lot of times -- let me talk. quiet. >>reporter: in just a few days we will find out which candidate made the most compelling case to new hampshire voters. i'm kim hutcherson reporting. >> and new this morning, meantime, cnn has just announced it will hold a democratic debate in flint michigan next month. that city has gained national attention as it deals with toxic
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this as hillary clinton is heading to flint michigan today to discus that ongoing issue. it comes as she trails far behind rival bernie sanders in the new hampshire polls. it is back to the granite state for sanders though. he does have an event scheduled in ports portsmouth for today. an afternoon one. senders spent last night in new york city, he was on saturday night live. >> here is a remindtor stay with fox 25 right through the new hampshire primary. we will have special coverage tomorrow night at 7 o'clock. then, on primary night, we will be with you from our news at 5 o'clock straight through 11:30, bringing you live results, live reports from candidates headquarters and the speeches as they happen. we will also stream it live on my fox boston.com, and the fox 25 news app. and if you want to vote in the upcoming primary here in massachusetts, you will need to register soon. wednesday is the last day to register for the march 1st primary. so far the secretary of state
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signed up, or changed their enrollment status on-line to register you can go on register to votemma.com or go to your city or town hall. >> no answer as investigators search for the reason a massive crane came crashing down. coming up, the piece that may hold clues about what happened, and the work that's underway right now to try to move the wrecked equipment off the street. >> plus, a low dal man was living in the lap of luxury while still collecting help from the state. coming up next, why leaders say it's actually part of a bigger problem. >> i'm tracking two systems that have the potential to bring us snow. our snow chance ramping up into february, most of us under a winter storm watch.
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when to expecoming up at 9:15, happening now, crews in new york city are cutting up and hauling away the construction creab that collapsed. killing a harvard grad and injuring three others. investigators say it could be weeks before they know exactly what caused the 565 foot long boom to come crashing to the ground friday morning. last night they recovered the crane's computer and they are hoping that computer will give
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an eston man was one injured by the collapse. the globe is reporting he has been released from the hospital. >> back here, this fiery scene was caused by a car crash. amazing. it happened at the intersection of south end bed forth street in waltham after 6:00 last night. furthers say one driver had to be taken to the hospital but is expected tock okay. no word on what caused that crash. >> welfare is meant to help people get back on their feet but some are abusing your tax dollars. fox 25 crystal hanes has discovered one case involving a business man getting assistance while he lived in a 9 hundred thousand dollars house. >> in newton home has been dollars. and it's owner, mark leaderman owns or was partner in five businesses. so, why was he receiving snap or food stamp benefits for more than a year? the answer? investigatorless say he was scamming the state. >> a woman at leaderman's home
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but state auditors suzanne bump did. a recent review of the massachusetts welfare system by her office uncovered almost 14 million dollars in medicare and snap benefit fraud. leaderman's case mentioned in her report as a prime example. >> there is a good deal of fraud that is occurring in the programs that folks are relying on as part of our social safety net. >> investigators found leaderman received more than 13,000 in benefits from 2008 to 2009, after reporting an income of just 4 hundred dollars. authorities say in a sworn affidavit leaderman had income from several companies he owned or is a partner of at that time. in 2008, he reported an income dollars. and almost 70 thousand dollars in 2009. >> leaderman was arraigned in chelsea district court back in february of last year and fox 25
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thousand dollars in restitution to the state. >> i went to leaderman's primary business, leaderman engineering, to get more answers. a woman who identified herself as an employee told me this. idea. >> crystal hanes, fox 25 news. >> your local forecast from meteorologist jason brewer and the fox 25 storm tracker weather team. >> we are off to a snies start this sunday. still a few icy spots as we get started but lots of sun. so we are going to recover today. we will see some melting, definitely a good day to clean up the rest of friday's mess. because by tomorrow, our chance for snow is rising, most of southern new england under a winter storm watch. so, nice today, ocean storm has formed. we are watching that track closely and any changes to it will change the accumulations and the impact as far as wind and even coastal flooding. let's take a look at the low. right now it's emerged off the
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you can see the cold cloud tops there, looking crunchy and indicative of a fairly potent storm. this is going to be a large storm and it's going to be fairliening stro. that's why even though it's passing well to our south, we are going to get the chance for heavier snow. clear skies right now in boston, back to western massachusetts. temperatures in the lower 30s. and a few spots and even a couple of upper 20s still mixed in but we are garagely rising. it's even 41 in nantucket already. so, we do recover. we have the icy spots early on, but by 1 o'clock, we are at 40 degrees. and we will be topping out with milder numbers today than yesterday. in the lower 40s. mostly sunny skies, fitchburg 43 today, plymouth 44, we will have some increasing high clouds later in the day. then, overnight, the clouds thicken, monday at 5 a.m., this is actually a brand new run of futurecast, i'm just going to show you this live here. this is a dry forecast there for the cape and the islands at 4:00 and 5:00 in the morning. 9:00 in the morning we begin to see the snow moving into the
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showers, boston back to norwood as well. then, by midday, snow more likely but remember that last run? already had snow all the way up into southern new hampshire. we are going to see some fluctuations over the course of these model runs, by about 50-1 hundred miles, certainly not uncommon and the fluctuations will ultimately tell us who gets the heaviest snow. but you can see the trend is here. 5 o'clock, little bit of tapering, tomorrow, but still a messcy evening drive. then look what happens overnight monday. heavy snow. making its way in because we have another round of low pressure moving in from the west, to keep things on the unsettled side. there it is. so, 7:00 in the morning our nor'easter pulls away and we have the potential for a little lingering snow even into parts of tuesday. look at wednesday and thursday. another disturbance coming through. keeping things on the unsettled side. so a snowy celd week in store. storm watch from the north shore back toward the south part of worcester county down to the
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stand to see the highest ams, 7-8 possible, plymouth county and the western part of the cape. 4-7" boss ton back towards worcester, lower amounts as you go north and west from there. we are going to have a lot of wind, not so much tonight, but into tomorrow and that's going to create that coastal flooding concern. so the week always in view, today enjoy, tomorrow the snow, next weekend, looks cold for valentine's day. >> all right. bundle up and hopefully you have a valentine to keep you warm. we may be dealing with snow on top of snow, but overall it has been a warm winter so far and it's making maple syrup flow ahead of schedule in maine. according to the bangor daily few news, syrup farmers are struggling to keep up with managing the taps. so for good syrup the recipe is we need cold temperatures in the night and warmer during the day for the trees to tap properly. the problem is syrup farmers say if there is weather that is too warm, too early, it will make
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course, with supply and demand that can mean less supply and higher prices at the breakfast table. >> and the price of coffee beans are at a two year low, but don't expect a latte to cost less. coffee farmers are eck pecked to have a big harvest this season which mean as droop in prices. but for large companies like starbuck, coffee beans only make up 20% of overall cost. so, experts say don't anticipate a drop in price of coffee stateside. >> a veteran has a court day accused of carjacking a woman and it's all caught on police dashcam. still ahead, what we know about the moments leading up to the chase. >> plus, it is being called a moon shot, efforts to cure cancer. but does the funding back it up? coming up next how the billion
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we have been looking ahead to tuesday's new hampshire primaries throughout the news cast but there are several other events that will has be capturing the nation's attention this week. from fat tuesday to fashion week, here is patricia tire mark with the look at the week ahead. >> the big game is here. superbowl 50, kicks off in santa
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cam newton and the carolina panthers battle peyton manning and the denver broncos for the chance to hoist the lombardi trophy and be crowned nfl champen yos. tuesday, let loose it's fat tuesday. marking the end to new orleans mardi gras celebration. each year thousands flock to the french quarter with crazy costumes for a day filled with parades, parties an beads. the event marks the last day before the lentin season begins with ash wednesday. on wednesday, president obama is feeling nostalgic, returning to springfield illinois to address the state assembly marking nine years to the date where as gnattor he announced can't this candidacy for the presidency. also strike a pose, new york fashion week begins. visionaries travel to the big apple for the latest style trend. the event runs until february 18th. that's a look at the week ahead. patricia starks, fox news. >> 1 billion dollars is the price tag put on joe biden's monoshoot to cure cancer. the plan includes funding to
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with the goal of compressing ten years worth of research into the next five years. here is a little perspective. nasa spent 23 billion dollars over ten years on the space program. that took us to the moon. when inflation is factored in the number is closer to 150 billion dollars. >> a push to make a change at airports around the country. coming your way, why some leaders think air traffic controllers would be better handled by a private corporation. >> i'm tracking low pressure on the move. a winter storm watch goes on the move, tomorrow at 7 o'clock in the morning, how much to expect with the updated total coming >> >> an officer involved shooting end with one suspect shot multiple times and a second suspect caught moments later.
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and a police chase leaves police through two communities in atlanta, a man is in custody. the entire situation is playing out on dashcam footage right here. >> yeah, still ahead the bizarre incident that started it all and why the suspect is now being evaluated at a local hospital. thanks so much for joining us on this sunday morning, february 7th. it is 9:30. i'm daniel miller. >> i'm heather heg does, superbowl sunday. >> it is. >> thanks for starting your sunday with us. so if you like the snow friday, you are in luck. >> i did. >> we are getting a lot more of it. there is a lot more where that came from. jew son brewer is in the storm tracker weather center watching not one but two storms from the beginning of the week jason. >> beginning of the week, you bet. and a few more storms can come through and keep the rest of the week fairly unsettled. february you bet will be cold and let's look, we have low pressure coming off the florida coatst coast it's intensifying and growing if you will. it's is a large circulation and that should be enough to help kick up the wind and bring the
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precipitation. let's go to 5:00 in the morning, light rain or snow, the cape and the islands during the morning drive time, we begin see a better chance for snow developing and then that builds northward through the midday an afternoon howferredz and then we see more snow approaching as yet another storm makes its way in from the west. get out and finish up cleaning up from friday's mess, today we are in the upper 30s and lower 40s. lots of sunshine. i will have the totals you can expect coming up. >> and jason just mentioned the storm will be -- will move in before dawn tomorrow. make sure you wake up with the fox 25 morning news, join us between 4:00 and 10 a.m., we will be here to make sure you are prepared we have traffic and updates every 10 minute and live reports from around the region. also, make sure you have the fox 25 weather app on your phone. you can keep it for the latest roads and radar totals.
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it is free for the smart phone or tablet. >> this morning, 2 home invasion suspects are in the hospital after one was shot by police. after the suspect opened the door armed with a gun. this morning, police are still investigating both the shooting and the initial crime that led up to this. >> it's all still developing this morning, fox 25 stephanie couigneaux is live in lowell. stephanie, there is still a lot of unanswered questions this morning about just what happened. >> this is an ongoing investigation, that's why the lowell police department just told me about 25 minutes ago, so far again, still a lot of things that we don't know. we don't know if this was a targeted home invasion or whether this was a random home invasion. that's something they are still investigating. and as of now because it is an ongoing investigation they have not released the names of the suspects, just yet. but we will continue to check in with them. but, take a look. this is video we want to show you because this is video from just after that home invasion
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see a lot of police there investigating this last night. now, this is on pine hill street and this is what we know. according to police they received a call about the home invasion around 8:15 last night and when they arrived at that home, that is when they found a man standing in the doorway with a gun. an officer then fired his gun, hitting the suspect twice. and while this was all going on, police say a second suspect ran out the back of that home. a neighbor who was right there at the time said it sounded like that suspect was running through the river in that neighborhood. now, police were able to eventually catch suspect several blocks away, both suspects were taken to the hospital with injuries. and, again, keep in mind this all happened around 8:15 in the evening, when a lotf to families were home enjoying their evening. one neighbor told us that he was relaxing at home on his couch watching t.v. when he heard the gunshots. >> i was shocked, this is a
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i heard the gunshots, people said it was firecrackers but i knew a gunshot when i hear it on. >> a lot of people really shaken up in that neighborhood. now, police also told us that there were two people inside that home at the time of the home invasion. they were assaulted during that home invasion. thankfully though, we can let you know that even though they were injured, they are expected to recover. and, again, we will continue to reach out to police as they continue this ongoing investigation and let you know as soon as we have an update. in lowell, i'm stephanie couigneaux, fox 25 news. >> we are staying on top that. this morning, an iraq war vet is evaluated a at a local hospital as he faces charges for carjacking a 72 year-old woman allegedly at a bedford gas station. michael sullivan is accused of getting into the victim's truck and telling her he needed to drive up the road. well, police shared this dashcam video with us about what happened next.
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chase as police and the victim's husband followed that truck into carlisle, when sullivan was stopped police tell us he was confused and didn't know where he was. police say that suspect sullivan issues and addiction. he left the v.a. hospital without permission. he is now due in court tomorrow. >> this morning, we are expecting to learn more about a fire in north andover. it happened yesterday. at this multifamily home on park street. the woman who lived on the second floor was found dead inside, but at the this hour we don't know what killed her. smoke alarms alerted the woman's down stairs neighbors in time for them to escape. >> my brother got them out. >> your brother was there? >> yes, the yellow smoke alarm went off in the hallway he got them out. he couldn't get them upstairs. >> at this point the victim's name has not been released. we will have an update on the story as soon as we get new information. >> happening today, thousands are expected to visit providence's city hall.
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the city's longest serving mayor, buddy cianci has been lying in state just youth side his former city hall office. since yesterday. he served multiple terms but was also twice forced from office for felony charges. he died january 28th after becoming ill while taping an interview with a providence t.v. station. his funeral is set for tomorrow morning. >> this morning, health officials continued to monitor back tierial levels in a coastal community. hampton beach and the nearby salt marsh are being checked for failed last week. so far the results have come back with no cause for concern. town officials also want emergency permits to dig up the sewer and figure out why the main failed. >> air traffic controllers falling asleep on the job is a real and dangerous problem. still coming up, the proposal now aimed at improving safety that could change the scope of the agency.
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having a designated driver is important if you are drinking we all know that but the move landed one woman and her boyfriend in court when police found a child behind the wheel. >> the wisconsin couple let the woman's 9 year-old daughter drive them home. that's right. 9 years old. not only that, police say there was also a baby in the truck. >> when you are too intoxicated to drive you don't put a person behind the wheel that has absolutely no experience at nine years old, it is just -- i don't know how a person can think that is a good idea. >> that person has been child with child neglect and reckless endangerment, the children have been faced with family members.
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its deadline to install braking along its tracks. the agency announced it will not meet the 2018 deadline set by the federal railroad administration. now they are looking to get special permission to push the date back to 2020. they already installing brakes to help prevent dederailment in the northeast corridor. >> the government center t. stop will reopen just in time for spring. the mbta says crews have worked extremely hard on the massive 82 million dollars renovation project and the station is now scheduled to reopen on march 26th. improvements include added wheelchair accessibility, improved platforms, and a glass above ground station entrance. >> it is superbowl sunday. even though he's not playing tom brady is still set to take the field. bush stearns has the details in the morning sports straight ahead. >> plus, a bill is in the works right now that could mean big
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this week congress will take up a debate that could affect the safety of our skies.
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the potential changes could mean >> >>reporter: air traffic controllers are responsible for planes landing safety but the list of problems are long. reports of controllers falling asleep on the job and towers not staffed adequately. our solution is an inpen intend, not for profit corporation,p house reasons want the private corporation to take over air traffic control, congressman bill schuster says it will improve the travel experience. >> we believe this is going to make air travel more efficient less delays and congestion. >> it lays to uta three year time line changing the role of the faa. >> it allows the faa to focus on safety where it belong, separates the two functions, which over 50 countries in the world have done that. >> other supporters of the bill include the national air traffic controllers association, but not everyone in the aviation industry is on board with this change. >> to make a wholesale change is frawght with too much risk to an extremely stable and
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>> tom hendrix leads a group running 23 hundred aviation businesses nationwide we have don't think you have to completely break off the part of the faa that works the best which is the air traffic control system to address issues. >> from washington, george cowly, fox 25 news. >> the new corporation would be funned through user fees an controlled by a board of airline industry insiders. >> now your local forecast from meteorologist jason brewer and the fox 25 storm tracker weather team. >> good morning, i'm tracking low pressure that emerged off the florida coastline. it will be intensifying, tracking over the ocean, but close enough to bring southern new england into its snow bands and we are going to be watching for ocean effect snow into tomorrow. but, today, we are clear as we zoom up close there, boston all the way back down into new york and no sign of any approaching weather yet. that will change overnight tonight on into tomorrow. we will start the see the weather going downhill. right now temperatures are running in the lower 30s to the upper 20s, so still icy
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our day planner for boston today looking great, lots of sunshine. it will be a chilly sun at 11:00 in the morning, 38 degrees. by 3 o'clock, we are in the lower 40s though so running average. so we will get some more melting today. temperatures topping out in the low-to-mid 40s. all across the area. night. we will begin to see the clouds thicken, temperatures will be cold as canadian high pressure to our north feeds in a chilly northeast wind. 9:00 in the morning this is futurecast, showing a little bit of a delayed start to the snow compared to what i was showing you hours ago. we are going to see fluctuations like this. this model updates every three hours. it will look a little bit different each time it updates so this is not surprising, but you see 9:00 in the morning, some scattered show showers especially beginning to affect the cape and islands. then, at noon, we see the heavier snow begin to make its way up into boston, south worcester county, all the way up to the border of southern new
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and then, into the evening another burst of snow coming all across southern new england. so we will have that chance for early tuesday. so, this storm pulls away. we have another storm coming in from the west. that's again why we still have lingering snow, at least into the first part of tuesday, and then by tuesday afternoon, which may be just a little dryer here were a few more snow chances on wednesday even possibly thursday. it's a very unsettled week normal. winter storm watch, that goes into effect tomorrow. 7 a.m. through tuesday, 7 a.m.. this has been expanded from the cape and islands now all the way back up to the new hampshire border down into south worcester county, so the 495 corridor included, that's why we have 4-7" here boston, back to the west, near the worcester area, 4-5, lower amounts north and west from there, but the higher amounts depending upon the ocean effect bands that set up, plymouth county, back to barn stable county and west side at least, that's where you can see
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the vineyard possibly nantucket. the let's look at the winds. tonight they increase out of the northeast, and that piles up the ocean water against the shoreline. there is monday at 5:30, still 20, 30 miles per hour sustained winds. that's why we have a coastal flood watch posted. this is the 11 o'clock high tide tomorrow, going to be watching out for splash over, some flooded roads and basements that kind of thing get you into the flood prone areas. a cold week ahead. temperatures in the lower 30s by day. so we start by turning our attention to the celtics and bruins. both teams playing well including the bruins home on
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at least for last night. julian just like the rest of us, trying to figure out how to get the guys to play better at home. this is one way, first period against buffalo, david passernack with a steal over to cray chi, louie eric son, 1-0 bruins this. game goes to overtime and watch this. pret marshan hits the penalty by ras must, but he will get the rarest of rare overtime penalty shots. not a shootout, overtime. he pucks it hope. the bruins win 2-1, they are 7-2-1 in the last 10, a big home win. >> the nfl honors awarded on saturday night, cam newton wins the league n. v. p., gets 48 of 50 votes to easily win the award. he was not there to accept the award, of course, because he is playing in the game tonight against peyton manning. and, of course, as we all know now, tom brady will be part of the pregame celebration, with 40 other previous superbowl mvps that will also include former
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superbowl 39 against the eagle, brady and joe montana are the only three time superbowl mvps and they will be on the field. >> celtics one o'clock today, welcome back rondo to the garden and don't forget to join us tonight for sunday night sports wrap, tom leyden and myself, we have a great story on 11 year-old maki kip enham, have a great sunday, everyone. >> thanks, bush. the sweet face you can't escape. by now you have probably seen tim imagines of this sea lion pup who just wanted to grab a bite to eat. coming up we will tell you ha is
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a reminder as we gear up for the first in fact nation's primaries two days away, an fox 25 has special coverage starting tomorrow night at 7 o'clock. stick with us on primary night starting at 5 p.m.s we will be with you straight through 11:30, with live results and reports from candidates headquarters, plus the speeches as they happen. we will also stream it live on our web site, my fox boston.com. and, on the fox 25 news app. >> and just a reminder here in massachusetts, you have until wednesday to register to vote in the primaries here. you can sign up at your city or town hall or on-line.
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going to register to vote m. a..com. and that's the massachusetts primary is coming up on march 1st. >> and this video is getting everyone talking this morning. a sea lion pup hanging out at a restaurant. thursday. you can see the little guy and he made himself at home. sea world ended up up coming to the rescue and realized the pup is nourished. once he is back to health he will be returned to the wild. >> the local police are not happy about the start of february, minnesota son police released this wanted poster. that is tinction paw any phil way. he did. >> he is being accused of fraud thanks to the snow that has been book ending our weekend, but the >> absolutely. that's why she is on it. >> she a female, by the way, she knew what she was talking about. >> no question. look, we have a winter storm watch going into effect tomorrow, so that means the
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hour period. we will be watching it closely. sara will be ton tonight to give >> okay. thank you, jason. >> be sure to download the fox 25 weather app and see the latest storm. we will have the latest tonight
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