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standing on his own property. yes said the close call was no accident. >>announcer: complete new england coverage starts right now, this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: good morning, 6:00 on this tuesday morning, february 9. hope your morning is you off to a fantastic start. i am gene lavanchy. >> sara: and i am sara underwood. the big story today is the cold the big story today is the cold. if you didn't shovel that drive if you didn't shovel that driveway yesterday, you are out of luck. no melting taking place today. fox25 meteorologist shiri spear in the storm tracker weather center and we are waking up in the teens and 20s. >> sara: so if you didn't -- >> shiri: if you didn't snow blow, things didn't have a chance to melt and solidify and will be powdery. still easy to move but mother nature will not help you. flurries from worcester out to areas like fitchburg and nashua this morning. glancing across lawrence as well, where we have those temperatures in the teens. 20 degrees in boston with clouds.
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of the flurries are drying up inland. wouldn't be surprised to see a couple of hanging across southern new hampshire. and the main risk of snow will be from boston down to the south shore. cape anne at risk and north side of the cape -- and snowshowers straight through noontime today. noon, 28 in boston. 25 in worcester. into the afternoon we go with a lot of temperature readings stuck in the 20s. we still have that risk of snow along the coastline though it will be re, very patchy today and chance of snow tomorrow. we will go for snow totals today and for your wednesday coming up. go over to julie grauert with live drive time traffic this morning and a new accident. julie a new accident on 28 southbound. one lane blocked at winter street in waltham. shifting south, volume picking up on the expressway as you head from the braintree split up to columbia road. live look right now. number of headlights increasing since the last time we checked
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live drive times. 25 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass avenue. we are up to 21 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike. 25 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. gene and sara, back to you. cold weather will make cleanup tough by areas hit hard by the blizzard. >> sara: some people on the north shore will have a foot of snow to clean up. fox25 is live in marshfield where school is delayed this morning, jess. >> reporter: it is, sara. school is delayed two hours in marshfield as crews continue cleaning up from yesterday's storm. you can take a look -- you can see that it is snowing a little bit at the town pier and we know not only is school going to be delayed today but buses are going to run on a modified scheduled as they head off to school. winds and coastal flooding and south shore. it mainly affected homes on the water like this one on ocean
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it was minor compared what the area has dealt with in the past area has dealt with in the past. no one was hurt after yesterday no one was hurt after yesterday's storm and the coastal flooding and came with the high tide yesterday. the snow was just relentless, but the most intense with the winds. one guy we talked to tells us that a tree limb fell a that a tree limb fell a feet from him as he was jean up yesterday. >> i was here shoveling and pretty good crack. 8 inch hanging over my neighbor neighbor's driveway. >>reporter: there is a photo of a house on ocean street. you can see it was almost washed away during yesterday's storm. and this will likely be worse as our crews saw here in marshfield yesterday. as shiri has been telling us, it is going to be very, very cold today. that is certainly not going to help with the cleanup. we know those crews, they are still open on ocean street right now and several crews out on the roads still working to
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we are checking with them and have an update on their progress throughout the morning progress throughout the morning. live in marshfield, jessica reyes, fox25 morning news. take a look at this mess in lester. a large tree limb crashed into a car on marshal street. the woman inside was able to get out of the car without being hurt. a bad crash on 95 in connecticut. good news. injuries were not as serious as first thought. authorities in connecticut said 30 people were hurt. tour fwrus new york to mohegan sun flipped over on snow-covered roads in madison. the most serious passengers sent to yale. one suffered from broken bones. others less severe. no official word on the crash. the storm is over, but before the next one hits, download the fox25 weather and news app for your cell phone and tablet. it is quick and free, and best way to keep up to date on the
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weather. >> sara: the first votes have already been cast. the nine registered voters of the town of dixville notch made their primary pick. among the republicans, john kasich earned three votes. two for donald trump. for the democrats, vermont senator bernie sanders earned four votes and hillary clinton was shut out, since the 1960s, dixville notch has been the first town to vote in a presidential primary. when the rest of the polling places open this morning, the fate of several presidential campaigns will be decided. more than one republican could drop out of the race if today's results disappointing. meanwhile, bernie sanders may cement his place as a viable challenger for democratic domination. reporter karin kaifa is in manchester with the last-minute scramble for votes. >> reporter: the candidates biggest challenge on final full day of campaigning was weather, snow and messy roadways in a day packed with town halls and rallies.
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sanders enter primary days with strong leads in the polls, but there is a lot more to these two races than just the numbers two races than just the numbers. the new hampshire republican contest looks a lot different than iowa's last week which was largely about the anti-establishment and a battle between trump and ted cruz. focus here has been on a trio of governors, former florida governor jeb bush, ohio governor john kasich and new jersey governor chris christie vying for more moderate voters. executive experience and the ability to beat hillary clinton in november if she is the nominee. they are hoping to hold off the surge marco rubio with a strong third-place illness in iowa. on the indigent side. poll cheese doubling digit lee lead over hillary clinton. the final full day of campaigning included multiple stops. clintons however know new hampshire, and they know primary come back here. bill clinton did it in 1992.
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after losing eye tie barack obama in 2008. it was a family affair for the clintons here in new hampshire on monday with daughter chelsea joining in as well. the snow that fell steadily throughout monday is expected to be gone by the time most new hampshire voters head to the polls on primary day. new hampshire voters traditionally turn out in big numbers on their presidential primary day, and with the energy, enthusiasm and have in the 2016 race, it is expected to be multifamily the same this time around swap time around as well. in plan chester, new hampshire, i am karin kaifa. a controversial med thot to increed voter turnout in new hampshire. residents have recently received these letters in the mail that appear to claw list of neighbors and a record of what elections they have voted in. the record came from an organization that is not registered with the state or federal governments. it promises to pub laish new list after the election.
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were sent to owners in iowa. they were reportedly linked to the campaign of senator ted cruz. and we do have complete coverage of the new hampshire primaries throughout the day. you can stick with fox25 throughout the morning. and then rejoin us at 5:00 tonight. we will be on the air straight through 11:30 bringing us live results, reports from candidates headquarters and the speeches as it happen. we will stream it live at and on the fox25 news app. 6:08 this morning. brand-new information. all of the survivors about been rescued from a deadly train crash in germany. we have been following this story since 8:00 this -- since 4:00 this morning. two passengers trains collided in a town in the state of bavaria. the train line heads up to the alps. it is popular with tourists. crews are stretched out along the water at the scene of the crash. the trains are partially derailed and wedged into each other.
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people that are injured. 50 of them seriously hurt. we will be following the latest developments from germany for you throughout the morning. and new this morning, confirmation of a trouble confirmation of a troubling report that a satellite from north korea passed over the super bowl. the pentagon confirmed north korea successfully launched the satellite and are going over the u.s. they are hoping that gnaw un resolution about north korea's rocket launch and recent nuclear test also be adopted very soon. the satellite would have passed over levi stadium about an hour after the game ended. beyonce continues to get heat for her super bowl performance. former new york mayor rudy giuliani is making news saying her performance was an attack on police officers. the superstar debuted her new song "formation" during the halftime show. her latest track includes
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and she used her performance to spotlight racial tensions. and jewel even in said it was about football, not hollywood. on a highest alert to stop the spread of the sgleexa virus the spread of the sgleexa virus. by act vaiingt the alert level, the cdc staff will work to curb the spread of zika. 1.8 billion in funding to help the fight. money will go forward developing a vaccine that is not expected any time soon. the obama administration says 50 americans have returned to the united states infected with the zika virus. and today the justice department is investigating a data breach at the fbi. hackers have posted personal information for 20,000 employees. the league comes one day after personal information for 10,000 department of homeland security employees were published. the group published the information. it included the hash tag free palestine. we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. right now on 93 south, you are
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as you head from 495 in andover down to the zakim bridge. i will have more drive times in a moment. first here is shiri. >> shiri: a lot of kids back to school after a snow day yesterday. bear in mind we are dressing the kids, parents, teachers this morning for temperatures in the teens, as well as some early morning flurries. i will tell you what time your town is back in the 20s, the 30s, and what time the snow stops next. we are definitely seeing this on your facebook page this morning. waves as high as 30 feet. a luxury cruise liner sending furniture across the ship. the federal investigation under way as passengers make their way back home. first a fox25 investigation first a fox25 investigation. a local business owner says his own town dumped piles of snow on his property. what surveillance cameras
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what happened a good morning 6:14. you will see the whites and purples on the map because light snow showers out there. couple of hours around worcester and manchester and hookset this morning where we have a little bit of additional accumulation. we will show you an even more powerful storm or disturbance coming through with snow for the day tomorrow in just minutes. gene, back to you. take a look at this video. a local business owner is
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loader full of snow. part of an investigation. this morning that man tells us there is much more to the story. fox25's daniel miller joins us now with a surveillance video that handed over to police. good morning. >> daniel: good morning. this south shore business owner is claiming intimidation. fox25 investigates has the video. the owner of b 1 auto trade in rockland has been struggling with the town for months to get the permits to expand its business. sucar tells fox25 he was in his office sunday morning when surveillance cameras captured a front-end loader dumping snow on his property. when sucar approached the drive, the plow came within inches of hitting him pen then the front-end loader dumped store right on the front door of the business. >> this is my livelihood, this business, and the town they have put all their power and their might to have us lot our business. >> rockland police are
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driver is a town employee. the town administrator has not returned our calls. the highway superintendent told suca r that the driver would be suspended. they got a visit from the superintendent who apologized for what happened and the superintendent cleaned up the snow. we will continue to follow the story for you. in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 news. happening today, two local men who dressed like police officers are going to court for a violent home invasion. christopher corey and timothy barry posed as cop to get into a home. a lowell police officer shot one of the suspects twice when he opened the front door with the gun. the officer is now on administrative leave while the incident is under investigation incident is under investigation. the suspect has been released from the hospital for his court hearing. this morning, the fbi and local police are searching for a bank robbery suspect stoneham officers say a man in this photo held up the bank of america on main street shortly after 10:00 yesterday morning. the teller handed money over and the suspect ran over with
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looking for a man in his 40s with a thin build and thin wire rim glasses. this new hampshire man is being dubbed a lego thief. i cording to the union native, charged with dealing $890 charged with dealing $890,000 from the epping wal-mart. lego thefts are becoming a problem. police around the country have broken up major lego theft rings. the toys are in target for thieves because they are in hot demand and easy to resellline. good tuesday morning. it is now 6:18. i am watching a few accidents on the roads right now. one is on the expressway northbound. we have a multicar crash right before south hampton street in dorchester. if you were coming from north of town, this is a new accident of town, this is a new it is in the northbound lanes of 93. so southbound is where we typically see the volume, but it will still slow down southbound. drivers who tap the breaks to check it out near route 16 as you approach somerville.
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or from the zakim bridge. you can see this volume is really starting to increase. here are those drive times. 14 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 24 minutes on the expressway from the braintree pike meteorologist shiri spear joining us now, and you are still watching a few flurries inland. coast, though, they are the one coast, though, they are the ones at risk later. >> reporter: yeah, as we look at the day ahead. the more likely spot we will get a little bit of accumulation. we are not talking these numbers all over again. yesterday picking up a fresh 6 yesterday picking up a fresh 6.4 inches of snow in boston. 5.5 inches in worcester. but the neat thing about this as you think back a week ago, worcester had a two-foot snowfall deficit. now about 10 inches and in boston, it was over a foot. and now we are just three inches short. typical snowfall this time of the year between today and tomorrow, we are going to kind of chip away at that even a little bit more.
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manchester, concord, new hampshire. mean where you don't sigh flurries on the map. they are just fine now sneak under radar. i can heading to the bus stop, i am going to warn you we have temperatures, teens and 20s and we do have those flurries out there and plus we have the north winds. what happens is when we have north winds like this, the winds pick up a little bit of added moisture over the added moisture over ocean and enough to spawn some snow showers. most at risk cape anne. the north side with the coast. why you have a slightly better chance to get a couple of snow makes. typically form very far in grow bands to impact a couple of towns and cities. 33, plymouth. 32 in boston. 38 in beverly. 29 in nashua, new hampshire. 33 in chatham. it is cold enough to get some snow at the coastline today. 7 a.m., you can see this we are looking at pretty quiet yet conditions. mostly cloudy skies. by the way, futurecast just updated.
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even if you have seen it already already this morning, grab the coffee and come on over and you can see here at noontime, best chance for the snow showers south shore, and again the north side of the cape and that chance will continue through the afternoon. the cape a couple of snowflakes that kevin lemanowicz will have commute. the rest of the region we are talking those mostly cloudy conditions. by the time you wake up tomorrow morning, we have some scattered snow in place for the morning commute, and the problem is even though we are tomorrow. now we will take you into the afternoon and we still have that chance. that means throughout the day those roads will be treated. throughout the day could you encounter slip vis spots. a widespread coating to 2 inches for the day tomorrow, and with burst of heavier snow, there could be locally a couple of spots that could get 2 to 4 inches. most likely owe demur western massachusetts. and this is still something that we are watching for -- for those bigger bursts of snow for thursday flurries. 24 on friday and over the
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highs only in the teens. in fact you will wake up to about zero here on sunday. back to you, gene. >> gene: shiri, 6:20. a cruise they will remember forever. coming up, terrifying video from a luxury cruise ship stuck in the storm. the new elses that the -- new allegations that the captain sailed right into danger. she was dubbed the most
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oscar award-winning actress gweneth paltrow cries testify gweneth paltrow cries testifying against her stalker. she cries about being stalked for two decades. sent 60 letters and packages between 2009 to 2013. the man's threat range from religious to pornographic and she feared for her safety and her children's safety. in 2000, the same man was found not guilty of stalking paltrow and sent to a mental health facility for seven years. he was re-arrest he was rearrested last year for sending the actress new packages. the florida mother found not guilty of killing her own daughter is now starting her own business. casey anthony is reportedly working as a photographer in west palm beach.
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start the company late last start the company late last year. in 2011, anthony was quitted of murder charges in the death of 2-year-old kaley anthony. the girl disappeared in 2008. her body was found five months later. a little girl with a caribou on winter safari with her family. don't we all want to do that. a winter safari. check this out. >> hold it -- hold it again. hold it again. [ laughter ] oh -- he's jumping that thing. >> julie: he's huge. >> gene: she is at a safari park in canada. the most surprising how gentle the animal was. gave him another carrot to the caribou. that is kind of cool. >> julie: father parent, that thing could bite her head off. okay, that was -- i went real dark there. [ laughter ] sorry, guys.
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that is always possible and i would be reluctant to do that. >> julie: gene, did you make a new year's resolution. >> gene: i decided to heat more and exercise less and i have been nailing it. >> julie: if the snow doesn't stop people from heading to the gym, this will. this is the day for you in year's resolution, the fitness ones to just stop. people -- it is so predictable that gold's gym dubbed it the fitness cliff you. >> gene: what are we six weeks -- five, six weeks since the start of the new year. >> julie: a valiant effort >> julie: a valiant effort. >> gene: in winter, so tired and go to the gym. >> julie: snowy, shiri shiri it wasn't snowy until yesterday in no excuses, people, stick with it. be strong. roads will not be perfect because still being cleaned up the back roads from yesterday's snow. i think midday, afternoon travels a go, but tomorrow morning things go downhill again. an hour-by-hour look at you
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school called off. the bomb squad called in. all because of anonymous
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the new link between now at 6:30. voting day is under way. a live polling place.
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turnout just not at this hour. make a day to go out in vote in new hampshire. we will be following it for you. things get kicked off as far as the race for president and who will be the next president of the united states. >> sara: very exciting. and also interesting today, the weather. it stopped snowing, but it is cold and -- >> yeah. >> shiri: teens and 20s this morning. the snow yesterday will not melt any time soon. if you were shoveling helping that mother nature will help you out. sorry, guys. we have some visibility concerns as to spots like worcester, fitchburg, nashua not all that bad, but you can see that it is not perfect out there, nor in norwood. let's be careful on the roadway let's be careful on the roadways this morning especially the back roads that are likely still slippery and being cleaned up. 15 degrees in worcester. 18 in leominster. 20 in manchester, new hampshire with some flurries. lynn in boston both at 20. 21 in brockton. 18 in medway. 27 in harwich.
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you do not see any significant snow, there is still the chance of some flurries or sneaking under radar. attempts to do that when they are very, very fine. right now go with 20 degrees and mostly cloudy skies. and noontime, 27 with chance of snow at the coastline. so now i am monitoring for some bands of ocean-effect snow showers to develop, and that will stick with us during the early afternoon. p.m. 25 degrees and just clouds. we do have some additional accumulation tomorrow and we will take a look at those numbers in just a couple of minutes. jum jewel back with you now with live drive -- julie grauert live with us with drive time traffic. checking out an accident. >> julie: waiting for two accidents to clear in a high hee traveled part of your commute. in the northbound lanes and seeing some residual slowing in the southbound lanes as people tap the breaks to rubber neck to see what is going on. another accident northbound right before south hampton street in dorchester. a live look at the expressway where volume is pretty typical for this time your weekday
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29 minutes on the pike eeked from 495 to mass avenue. 28 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike. 40 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. gene and sara, back to you. school threats, frightened parents, and teachers across the country, of course, many dame in with schools across our area, and there is a new report that some of those calls may come from russia. >> fox25's michael henrich is live from the weymouth police station which is one of several local departments investigating these threats. michael? >> reporter: gone all great weymouth flows other local departments, sara and gene to the state police department as well as the fbi. i reached out to state police and the fbi to see if this new report out of rhode island holds water with these massachusetts cases. let me catch you up here. in new report came in from the providence journal quoting rhode island state police saying that the electronic trail on rhode island school
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them top st. petersburg, russia them top st. petersburg, russia. this comes after a series of threat in january and the past week or two as well disrupting massachusetts schools and businesses. not only here in weymouth, but more than a dozen other towns impacted here in the bay state. these have been very hard to trace for investigators because they are robo calls. electronic machine-based calling systems similar to the one you he hear for annoying ads but in many cases serious messages left for those folks. it prompted serious response. bomb-sniffing dogs, s.w.a.t. teams, those scenarios. schools cancelled in mean cases and a big problem the different departments investigate it.
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leer linked to that same group in st. petersburg russia. he will bring you the latest. the storm cleanup continues on the south shore where at least one home was washed away at the height of yesterday's ocean storm. coastal communities getting hit hardest with high winds and flooding. fox25's jessica reyes liven from marshfield this morning where there is a lot to clean up, jess, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, gene. there certainly is. this morning crews are still out on the roads working to clear snow from some of the secondary roads. we know the real bigger issue with the snowstorm this area and some of 9 coastal flooding. here at the town pier, you can see some debris that washed up here during yesterday's storm. we know schools this morning are on a a two-hour delay and can have a modified bus schedule as the cleanup continues this morning. we have new video this hour from ocean street in marshfield from ocean street in marshfield. we shot in just a minute ago. and the road is still flooded
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crews are still right now. they are clearing some of the storm drains and rocks from the road we know. this morning in this area pretty minor compared what towns like marshfield and scituate have seen scituate have seen in the past. the winds were pretty intense. one man that our crews spoke to say was very nearly hit by a tree limb. >> getting ready to come out and shovel and heard a crack. a pretty good crack. an 8-inch limb hanging over my neighbor's driveway. >>reporter: there is a photo of a house on ocean street that was very nearly washed away. had significant damage from the flooding and the winds here, and this was the worst damage that our crews came across here in marshfield yesterday. now just a few minutes ago, we reached out to the director of emergency management for the town of marshfield to get an idea of progress on the cleanup and where crews are going to be focusing on today.
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i get more information from him. live in marshfield, jessica reyes, fox25 morning news. the storm is over, but before the next one hits, download the fox25 weather and news app for your smartphone and tablets. quick and free and the best way to keep up to date with the latest breaking news and weather conditions. it is primary day in new hampshire, and the first votes have already been cast. at midnight, the nine registered voters in the down of dixville notch made their primary picks. among the republicans, ohio governor john kasich earned three votes. donald trump earned two. bernie sanders earned four votes and hillary clinton was shut out. dixville notch was the first town to vote in the presidential primary since the 1960s. and once again, vote something now under that by several other towns and cities. you are looking at a live -- at a polling place in manchester. it opened at the top of the hour, and just a few folks are here already.
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and in other towns voting will be in the next few hours. hillary clinton will be from hookset, new hampshire, waiting for a last minute push. fox25 political reporter sharman sacchetti was able to get a one on one interview with the former secretary of state. she asked clinton about accusations from the sanders campaign she would be wall street on wall street because she accepts big donations from the financial industry. >> why should anyone believe you wouldn't be influenced by some of the money your campaign has accepted that you received from goldman and sax? >> you know such a funny critique for him to make because every democrat just about, including him, has taken money from financial interests. and there is -- that would disqualify everyone. >> gene: clinton told our sharman sacchetti she is hoping for senator elizabeth warren's lot on her plate. warren signed a letter encouraging clinton to run, but has yet to make an endorsement. for more on sharman's interview
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interview, go to we have more of the primary throughout the day. stick with fox25 throughout the morning and rejoins us at 5:00. we will be on the air straight through 11:30 bringing us live reports and the speeches as they happen. we will stream it live to our web site at and on the fox25 news app. a well-known politician who may enter the presidential race say the current campaigns are a an outrage and an insult to voters. michael bloomberg said he is looking for all options when it comes to an independent presidential bid. the billionaire said we need to get on the ballots by early next month to run a serious campaign is. new this morning, big trouble at the leading stock market in asia and could have a ripple effect on wall street. overnight tokyo's nikkei index lost more than 900 points. more than 5% of its total value more than 5% of its total value. australia's main index fell by 3%. yesterday the dow dropped 177 points. we will see how wall street
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9:30 this morning. the city of providence said its final farewell to the longest serving mayor. funeral services for buddy cianci and despite the snow, dozens of people line the street of federal hill as this casket was pulled by a horse casket was pulled by a horse-drawn carriage. cianci served six terms as providence's mayor and forced out of office twice for felony charges in in 2014 he was diagnosed with cancer and died late last month at 74 years old old. and every ten minutes, we together. right now on the expressway, you are looking at a 21-minute commute as you head from the columbia road. shiri. >> and the chance of snow today is not totally over. we are going to break down the towns and cities at risk of getting just a coating today, and a better chance of getting some accumulation tomorrow. 6:39. usually things go from the inside out at the drive threw. not this time. the scary animal tossed right
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got a little spooky at the garden last night when the
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now 6:54. meteorologist shiri spear here and a little bit of snow on the map. you notice in the last hour from central massachusetts up into central new hampshire. fading pretty fast but you see them going up 93 from manchester to concord, new hampshire. our next batch expected to form in the next couple of hours out across the ocean. i will give you the time frame on those coming up next. >> all right, shiri, terrified cruise ship passengers are on their way home after the ship sailed right into the path of a powerful storm. fox25's daniel miller is here with the incredible video taken by a passenger inside that ship, daniel. >> daniel: yes, sara, i can't ship. lawmakers are calling for the national transportation safety board to investigate why the ship left port.
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hurricane-strength storm was forming. this was video taken by a passenger on board the royal caribbean anthem of the seas. it is going viral. you can see the ship sailed right into the path of this powerful storm sunday night off the coast of the carolinas. the waves crashing up the side.the boat. the ocean is so rough that you can see from the video. this is the same storm that dropped snow here yesterday, twand it was no better inside the ship as you can see. the damage, protestants broken, chairs turned over and parts of the ceiling fell down. at one point the ship was battling 100-mile-per-hour winds and 40-foot waves. people suffered minor injuries. they are all being offered refunds and 50% off on another cruise. the boat headed back to new jersey. if you want to see the video, it is right on our facebook page and our web site at in the newsroom, i am daniel miller, fox25 news. tonight a fan favorite who wore the black and gold for eight seasons returns to boston
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traded. milan lucic and the la kings are in town. you can expect a warm weather from the garden faithful for lucic. dating in the 64th bean pot final. 11 minutes into the final, the lights go out. play was stopped for 29 minutes. used to happen in the old garden a lot. not the new one. play resumed. both goalies were fantastic. bc's ryan fitzgerald, puck come bc's ryan fitzgerald, puck comes free and go to jordan greenway. he breaks in and misses the shot and ends up slamming into the bc net. remain scoreless. takes the puck. snapshot inside the far post and your game winner. eagles win it in dramatic fashion. history. good morning, everyone. 6:45 is the time. take a look at route 3 south of town. still moving along at a decent clip in 228 in rockland past route 18 and newspaper braintree. will
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24, 95 also not seeing heavy volume yet. that is returned for the president of the united states. hour. you can see bumper-to-bumper fremont street as well. live drive times 14 minutes from 22820 the split. 12 minutes on 24 to 128. 18 minutes on president of the united states from braintree split to columbia road. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. and shiri, your forecasting the best chance of scattered snow along the coast. >> shiri: yeah, that's right. that is something that will pop up, and it pops up like that, julie with the ocean-effect snow showers. just the next couple of hours. something i expect later that we will start to pick up on in will monitor into the afternoon. by the time being, we are in pretty good shape. this this is the big picture now and we have two systems at play. this one down to the south is the mostly mix. which means the shield of snow that will come off of that is likely going to miss us. we will have to watch for those ocean-effect snow showers.
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tomorrow and bring us some additional mostly light snow. so the big picture right now does have a couple of flurries up into southern new hampshire. this is manchester, new hampshire. now at 20 degrees. and for anyone heading out to volt in new hampshire today, 8 a.m. temps 19. 10 a.m. temps 22 degrees. we max out in the upper 20s and chilly and mostly cloudy and mostly dry. somewhere like boston at 19 degrees. we have got the clouds, but we don't necessarily have the flurries around town. a couple of the suburbs, you could see one or two flakes floating around out here, and will not give you any additional accumulation. clouds all day in boston. 25 degrees at 10 a.m. 28 at noontime and make it into the lower 30s and somewhere like plymouth straight down to hyannis. the most likely areas to pick up on ocean effect snow showers up on ocean effect snow showers. seeing a lot of clouds in the forecast. temperatures getting into the lower 30s here. we will step in and say one or two communities there that we
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will pick up a little bit of additional snow and patchy coating up to an inch where we see those development. 32 in boston. 33 33, plymouth. 35 in hyannis. 31 in framingham. 29 in manchester, new hampshire 29 in manchester, new hampshire. futurecast is going to pick up on those, oh, right around 7, 8:00 this morning expecting those to kick off. we will watching them as they flirt on and off with the coastline here and noontime south shore and the north side of the cape. most at risk. we will see one or two sneak into boston and will nick cape anne. most of the area mostly cloudy all day long. 6 a.m. for the evening commute. kevin lemanowicz will be watching a couple of flakes down across the cape and that's about it. overnight tonight, the clouds bubble up, they thicken up and by 7:00 tomorrow morning more patchy snow in the forecast. the key around tomorrow's snow that it will not be snowy at all times of the day here.
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noontime, both morning and afternoon, we do have the risk for scattered snow showers and we have an extended period of time a coating to 2 inches time a coating to 2 inches of snow. all day long, we have got the opportunity for slippery roads and the roads will be treated real flee wake up to the time you go to bed here. there is opportunity in western new england for a couple of pockets of heavier snow. that is where we could see 2 to 4 inches. we are going to have to essentially fine tune where those those pockets of heavier snow could develop and one or two cities in southern new england going over a coating to two will do it for most. breezy with flurries. high 30 degrees. by friday, 24. and over the weekend, there will be a major chill in the air with a high of 18 degrees on saturday. windy with more flurries. sunday a little brighter. but start the day at zero. get up to 15 degrees and we are looking at a high next week of only 32.
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now. back to you guys. >> sara: all right, shiri. most head to the ski slopes and the snow starts to fall, but for some, it is actually perfect beach weather. fox25 caught up with a group of surfers in lynn who say yesterday's storm made for the perfect conditions. wind gusts brought huge waves and the water temperature was a balmy 43 degrees. >> all about the conditions. if the waves were good more important than if it was a blizzard outside. regard physicals it was 19 degrees, yes. >> sara: the surfers we talked to say it was out there again. it was brave. conditions are expected to be just as ideal. but freezing cold. vote something under way in new hampshire right now, and record turnout is expected. coming up after the break, we are talking about our political expert about the candidates chances and who needs a strong showing in order to survive. and new at 7:00, we go inside a polling place in
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primary day is finally arrived in new hampshire. some voters are have already
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by the end of the day have an idea how the race will shape up on the republican side as we looked inside a polling place in manchester, new hampshire. for more on what they may see today, we are joined by college professor and director of the martin institute. he is live from our primary headquarters in manchester. let's start with this. john kasich leads offer the notch. 3-2 over donald trump. a sign of things to come perhaps? >> well, john kasich better hope it is a sign of things to come. new hampshire if he is going to carry this campaign forward. for other republicans new hampshire could be the end of the line. beside kasich, who else needs a strong showing in the granite state in order to survive? >> i think jeb bush and chris christie need to defy expectation it is they are going to continue on. i think it is particularly perilous for chris christie. he has not been able to get a big bump in the polls. i think if he ends up in single digits, i don't know what the
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forward. >> are you anticipating any sword of surprise because in it, sometimes you don't. sometimes it is accurate and other times it is not. >> that's right. we know that the folks in new hampshire like to make up their minds at the last minute, and i expect that there will be a surprise, but i also expect that it will be down ballot. i don't expect to see any reason or to think that you donald trump won't win new hampshire. he has just led consistently. i think the surprises may occur in second, third, fourth place. there may be something we haven't noticed there. jeb bush -- if jeb bush were to come in second at new hampshire come in second at new hampshire, it would really up end this race. if ted cruz would come in second, that would solidify him as a front runner i think for the nomination. so i think it is in that second so i think it is in that second, third and fourth place that we need to be looking. talk about the democrats, bernie sanders is expected to coast for a big win over hillary clinton today. it that happens, how may that affect the thinking of someone like michael bloomberg to jump
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candidate? >> if the wults from new hampshire are donald trump and bernie sanders in the lead, i think michael bloomberg is going to seriously consider throwing his hat had the ring. that was the trigger for him -- in part, if those two folks were leading their respective parties, the voters will be looking for a more moderate middle of the road candidate and he certainly has the funds to mount a nationwide race despite the difficulties of doing that. someone like mike bloomberg could pull it off, i think if hillary clinton was able to keep it close with bernie sand keep it close with bernie sanders and moving into south carolina where she is expected to do well, thing might, you know -- bloomberg may cool his jets if hillary clinton can keep it a bit closer. >> gene: a lot on the line for everyone. peter, we will check back with you next hour. >> great. a scare involving a long a scare involving a long-range rocket and the super bowl. next at 7:00, what was on board a banned missile over the site
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