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aren't going any why and how long will we wait uil we see melting. >> sara: two candidates that jumped to early lead when it cast admin night. >> gene: now plow strikes a man on his own property and what fight led to bullying. coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. everybody, thank you for joining us on tuesday morning, primary i'm gene lavanchy. >> sara: i'm sara underwood. cold temperatures for primary day in new hampshire. shiri spear in stormtracker weather center with a look at the frigid temperatures. >> shiri: yes, temperatures teens and 20s as you guys wake up this morning. one of those days you have to load on layers. do not expect things to warm up above freezing, but now we got
on this ma, new hampshire and concord, new hampshire and northward. there are additional flurries popping i had say within the hour we will see those affect the south shore coming in off the ocean. so you can see future cast showing the ocean effect snow showers mostly from the north shore to the south shore to the north side of the cape here. by noon time here we have 28 in boston, 25 in worcester, and we got the mostly cloudy skies inland, but that best chance of snow continues at the coastline. fast forwarding into tomorrow morning, even better chance that you would find accumulating snow out there, not talking massive snow accumulation in the next couple days, 28 to 34 today, only a coating to an inch but going to take you hour-by-hour into the snowy wednesday forecast coming up. julie grauert now with live drive time traffic and eye on accident. >> julie: accident route 2a in lexington. we had an earlier issue accident in waltham, that has cleared, and this is the one that is slowing you down just slightly now.
furnace brook parkway up to columbia road. as you can see bumper-to-bumper past exit 13 freeport street. here are live drive times, 42 minutes 495 to mass ave. 32 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit for the pike, 32 minutes 128 southbound route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. gene and sara, back to you. >> gene: first votes have already been cast in today's new hampshire primary at midnight. nine registered voters in the town of dixville notch made their primary picks. among the republicans ohio governor john kasich earned three votes to two for donald trump. hillary clinton was shut out. >> sara: rest of new hampshire voters are waking up and heading to the polls. fox25 catherine parrotta is inside a poling place in nashua this morning. >> catherine: this morning we are at the elementary school in nashua, new hampshire. polls opened at 6:00 this morning, open all the way until 8:00 tonight.
poling place, and city wide anatase paid 60% voter turnout rate and lots of voters actually lined up ahead of the polls opening to get in here first thing in the morning to make sure she cast their ballot and already here in new hampshire we already have some results from the dispersed new hampshire primary results. fewer than 100 voters opened the polls at midnight and dixville notch hearts location, john kasich would be the winner on republican side and bernie sanders for the democrats. too small to be representative the primary will go statewide. this morning we had chance to talk to voters why they came out today. here is what they said. >> it is important to make those decisions. nobody else wants to seem to want to make those big important decisions and get something done and vote to find somebody that will do that.
i want him to have the kind of life that i had, and live in a country that, you know, cherishes people and seniors, so i voted for him. >> catherine: the woman had a very young voter with her, first time, ten weeks. her little son veto was with him and cast a vote for future this morning. all different reasons why people are coming out for primary. it will be a long die here at the polls and keep you updated throughout the day. here in nashua, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> sara: increase voter turnout being used in new hampshire. they have recently received these letters in the mail. they appear to include a list of neighbors and record of what lexington they have voted in. the letter came from an organization which is not registered with the state or federal government. it promises to publish new list after the election. similar voter shaming letters
last week's caucuses. they were reportedly linked to the campaign of senator ted cruz and we do have a complete coverage of the new hampshire primary throughout the day. stick with fox25 throughout the morning, and then rejoin us at five tonight. we will be on our air straight at 11:30, bringing you live reports from headquarters and speeches as they happen. also stream it live on myfoxboston.com and on the fox25 news app. >> gene: cold weather will make the clean-up hard after a blizzard. on south shore there's a foot of snow to clean up. jessica reyes live in marshfield where school is delayed there this morning. jess, good morning. >> jessica: good morning to you, gene. snow piled up and heavy stuff stopped late last night and a lot of stuff to do all over the north shore and as a result schools are delayed by two hours
now, winds and coastal flooding were really the biggest issues along the south shore with this storm yesterday. it mainly affected areas and homes right on the water. like this one you see here on ocean street, but compared to past storms the flooding was relatively minor here in marshfield and other towns like scituate. the snow did fall for several hours here yesterday, and the winds were very intense. some people we talked to it took hours shoveling but didn't make much of a difference. >> i don't know if it will ever stop. i did go to work. did shovel earlier but by the time he came home didn't look like it did anything. >> jessica: also flooding in scituate and a lot of typical areas where withy see flooding during the winter storms, and short time ago i just reached
management for marshfield and where they are focusing on and live in marshfield this morning, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> gene: stopped traffic and injuries not serious as first thought. authorities in connecticut say 30 people were hurt but none critically in yesterday's crash. tour bus headed to new york from mohegan sun flipped over on snow covered roads in mattison and most serious lewere sent to yale-new haven. no official word on the cause of the crash at this hour. gene: this storm is over but before the next one hits make sure you download the fox25 weather and news app for smartphone and tablet. it is a quick and freeway to keep up-to-date on late breaking news and latest weather condition. sara: police say at least nine people are now dead in head-on crash in southern germany and we have been following the story since 4:00 a.m.
collided in town of state of bevara. the train line heads to the al. s and popular with tourists. in video from the scene this morning, you can see the crews are fanned out across the scene of the crash. the trains are partially derailed and actually wedged into each other. at 6:00 we told you that all the survivors were rescued in the wreckage. reports are saying that about 100 people are injured, 50 of them seriously. we will be following the latest developments from germany all morning long. >> daniel: cdc now on highest alert despite the spread of the zica virus by activating the alert letter the cdc staff will now be working around the clock to find a way to curb the spread of zica. president obama has requested $1.8 billion in funding to help in the fight. the money will go toward developing the vaccine, although it is not expected any time soon the obama administration says 50 americans have returned to the united states infected with zica gene: justice department
investigation of invent thousand employees. the league comes one day after personal information for 10,000 department of homeland security employees was published. the group tweeted the information saying it was pulled from the department of justice database. it included #freepalestine. >> sara: new this morning confirmation about troubling report satellite from north korea passed over the super bowl the pentagon confirms north korea successfully launched the satellite and orbiting the u.s. world powers held an emergency meeting on sunday condemning the launch. they are hoping a new u.n. resolution about north korea rocket launch and recent test will be adopted very soon. the it passed over about an hour after the game ended. sara: beyonce continues to
rudy giuliani said it was attack latest track includes comment tarot police brutality and some say she used her performance to spotlight racial tension in the country. giuliani says it was about football, not hollywood. gene: price of gas has dropped for the ninth week in row. cost you $1.77 in massachusetts, 4 cents lower than last week. last time prices were this low was in january of 2009. >> julie: we are not complaining about the low gas prices. we check. we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes 45 minutes from 495 in andover to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: through the day today best chance for getting any snow along the coastline, especially south shore down to the north side of the cape. in fact, i got the first of the snow starting to pop up right now on stormtracker radar and zoom into the affected towns and
>> shiri: marshfield to cedar crest
to ocean bluff and we will be monitoring up and down the coastline and take you hour-by-hour in just minutes. >> gene: fox25 investigation that man tells us there's much more to the story. fox25 daniel miller joins us with the surveillance video that that man has handed over to police. daniel, good morning. >> daniel: south shore business owner claiming investigation. fox25 has the video. b1 auto trade in rockland has been struggling to get a permit to expand the business. he says he was in his office
cameras dumped snow. when he approached the driver it came within inches of hitting him and front end loader dumped snow on the front door of the business. >> this is my livelihood, this business, and the town, they have with all of their power and might to have us lose our business. >> daniel: rockland police say driver would be suspended. he got a apology for what happened and superintendent cleaned up the snow. we will continue to follow the story for you. in the newsroom this morning, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sara: happening today two local man that dressed up like police officers are going to court for a violent home invasion. police say christopher cost and
to get inside a home in lowell. officer is now on administrative leave while the incident is investigated. the suspect has been released hearing. >> gene: man in photo held up bank on main street. suspect ran off with the cash. looking for man in his 40s with thin build and thin wire rim glasses. this new hampshire man dubbed a lego thief. according to union leader man charged with stealing $890 worth of legos from the epping wal-mart last month. lego thefts are actually becoming a nationwide problem believe it or not. police across the country have reported breaking up major lego theft rings involving hundreds of thousands of dollars. toys are target for thieves because they are in hot demand and easy to resell online and
lot of fun to play with. >> julie: can you imagine lego deal, eh, got legos right here? i need the mini soldier lego. on the pike right now slow spot is weston tolls and average speeds 13 miles per hour. north of town sluggish on 93 south getting back into the flow of our weekday morning commute that has not laden with snow and school cancellations. live look at route 1 in saugus. this is what we are used to seeing jampacked as you approach lynn fells parkway. over to the live drive times, a lot of red on this graphic. 26 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 36 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike. 45 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and i don't know, weather related.
lego, i will give you big bucks. because we got a little bit of snow yesterday, oak bluff ten inches of snow. this is big deal. 8.9 west wareham, north weymouth, seven points eight, seven in new bedford and over six inches in framingham and even now more snow popping up on radar. this is going to be incredibly localized. form in narrow bands. see this one impacting marshfield but indications that we are getting a little snow popping up around plymouth as well and something to watch throughout the day because bands can waiver most likely areas to see it cape ann as well as the north side of the cape and stick with mostly cloudy skies and cooler air and traveling across
snow showers so temperature in plymouth 33 , worcester 29. 29 in nashua, new hampshire, so it is going to be cold enough for snow but if you to be closer to source of moisture and out across the coast so through noon time risk of snow and south shore and cape cod today but cape ann i could see one or two of those snow showers impacting you as well and 6:00 p.m. a lot of locations are going to be dry sending you home from work later today, a lot of clouds hanging tight, get occasional thin spots in the clouds but mostly cloudy, best chance for evening snow would be light snow out across the cape but by the time you wake up tomorrow morning we have patchy snow showers in your forecast on and off throughout the day. not going to be a wall all day long. noon time tomorrow we get nice breather, break around lunchtime, but then for the afternoon unfortunately both commutes look to the impacted
a lot of snow. about a widespread coating to two inches. parts of western new england could see burst of heavier snow, that's why i'm going two to four there, and actually going to have to watch for any chance that those pockets of heavier snow could actually be focused a little bit further to the east. something that we are watching here, i know it is no the major snow either way. the problem is it is going to be all day potential of snow which means all day potential of some slipping and sliding on the roadways. going to have to travel carefully all day tomorrow, thursday flurries at about 30 . 24 and brighter on friday and over the weekend big time chill in the air with highs in the teens. brighter day will be sunday for celtics and then monday comes around with high only around freezing.
ranged from religious to pornographic and feared for her safety and for her children's safety. in 2000 the same man was found not guilty of stalking paltrow and police rearrested him last year for sending new packages. sara: florida mother accused of killing her
own daughter started her own business. she was acquitted of murder charges in the death of two-year-old kalie anthony. the girl disappeared in 2008 and body found five months later.
>> they said will he cooperate? i said
he did a stupid prank. no problem with turning himself in. >> gene: tracked the gator to james because of receipt for soda purchased day of incident -- day of the incident and released by nearby canal. it will play role in outreach and ambassador and sloth will make public debut on friday. gene: video of panda cub who is everywhere and six-month-old trying to climb a tree but couldn't quite get it done.
time just last week. >> sara: look at the video. ah. >> gene: good play-by-play there. 7:26 this american. probably heard about chipolte trying to
get customers back trying to get free food but campaign turned into something else. >> shiri: tomorrow morning snow back in the picture and when to plan around accumulation
>> gene: does look a little on the fattening side. >> sara: need a a a lot of that. >> shiri: we got a lot of quiet weather out there, visibility okay. with the wind, visibility, snow, everything so improved, 15 in worcester, 17 in chelmsford, 18 in hollis, new hampshire, manchester 20 and may be 20 temperatures and reading in lynn both at 19 and 19 in walpole and dry, duxbury 24 and hap -- hanover and seeing snow showers as we travel through the late-morning, early afternoon, now seeing couple of those noon time 27 with chance for snow at the coastline and mostly cloudy skies in the afternoon and high around 30 .
snow and closer look coming up and look at live drive time traffic. and slow spots. yesterday it was quiet because telling everyone to stay off the roads and routine delays and average speeds 12 miles per hour and furnace brook parkway up to columbia road. slow going on 93 south as hawed woburn medford into somerville and live look at the zakim bridge, approaching zakim bridge you can see the volume remains very steady and heavy. here are live drive times. 47 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave, 36 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike, 50 minutes 495 to the leverett connector. sara and gene, back to you. >> sara: developing this morning a new link to school threats that frighten parents and teachers across the nation. >> gene: this mornings through a new report that some of the calls may have come from russia. michael henrich live at weymouth police station several local departments investigating the
good morning, michael. >> michael: good morning. weymouth and more than
dozen schools and towns dealing with these sort of threats. robo calls, and that's just here in massachusetts. our neighboring state in rhode island might have a bit of a lead on where these calls are coming from. that's according to the providence journal in new report saying that rhode island state police believe the threats there have been electronically traced back to st. petersburg, russia. i'm looking into whether there's a massachusetts connection into the st. petersburg trail. all of this comes after the series of threats not only in the last week or so back in january there were a ton of them disrupting schools and businesses here and across the bay state. these threats again are robo calls. so those are automated calls that are really hard to trace
difficult to know who's the one initiating it, even when you find
out where the call is coming from. they are responding to each of the incidents so seriously with bomb squads, evacuating schools, canceling schools and cases for day or more and considered so disruptive and provokes and reached out to the fbi as well as massachusetts state police and where the massachusetts threats are coming from and where it is coming to the rhode island trail. as soon as i do hear back, i will bring it to you here on the fox25 morning news. for now live in weymouth, michael henrich, fox 25 news. >> gene: cold clean-up where
appear any time soon. >> jessica: much different scene in marshfield this morning, a lot calmer but certainly there's a lot cleaning up to do here today. there's some
debris on the ground where the water splashed over during high tide and as for a few hours ago, plows still looking to clear side roads and as a result we know schools here are delayed by two hours this morning. crews this morning were also over on ocean street. we shot this video right around 5:00 this morning. you can still -- you can see there was still flooding over there at that point and crews were working to clear storm drains and debris from the road that washed up during high tide yesterday. winds we know were also a big issue here yesterday. crews spoke to one guy who says a big gust nearly knocked a bigotry him to him as he was cleaning up. >> heard pretty big crack.
neighbor's driveway. >> jessica: and courts damage we saw in marshfield was over on ocean street. you could see the house had some wind and water damage. looks as though the water came right up to it just short of flooding it out. we know scituate, they had some minor coastal flooding and pretty high winds as well yesterday during this storm. i just reached out to town official over there to get an update on any potential damage, and where they stand with cleaning this morning and let you know as soon as we hear back live in marshfield, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> gene: make sure you download the news app. it is quick and free and best way to keep up-to-date on latest weather. shiri will be back with the full forecast in just a few minutes. >> sara: way up north first ballots were cast and primary day here in new hampshire and once again the good people of dixville notch were first to
at midnight nine registered voters made primary picks and among republicans john kasich earned three votes, donald trump got two and for democrats bernie sanders earned four votes and hillary clinton was shutout. the dixville notch first to vote in the presidential primary since 1960s. you're taking a live look inside a poling place in manchester. doors open at 6:00 a.m. and crowds getting a little bit bigger as cast votes and they are open until 8:00 tonight. >> gene: results from today's primary. campaigning yesterday fox25 political reporter sharman sacchetti able to get one-on-one interview with secretary of state and asked clinton accusations from the sanders camp that she would be weak on wall street because she accepts dig donations on financial industry. >> why should anyone believe you
campaign has accepted you have received? >> you know, it is a funny critique for him to make because any democratic, including him, taken money from financial interest and that would disqualify everyone. >> gene: clinton also told sharman sacchetti that she is hoping for senator elizabeth warren endorsement but knows that senator warren has a lot on her plate right now and encouraged clinton to run and actually make an endorsement. for more sharman's interview head on over to myfoxboston.com. >> there's one issue out there. >> gene: get out the vote rally proves to be too much for one bernie sanders supporter. one falls from behind the risener candidate as had he spoke in derry. the woman. she was helped off the stage and sanders did wind up finishing his speech. gene: we have complete coverage of the new hampshire primary throughout the day.
and rejoan us at 5:00 tonight and we will bring you live results from candidate headquarters and speeches as they happen and stream it live at myfoxboston.com and through the fox 25 news app. >> daniel: >> sara: well-known politician are outrage and insult to voters former new york city mayor rudolph guliani looking at all options for presidential bid. billionaire would need to get on ballots by early next month to run a serious campaign. >> gene: big treading at leading stock market in asia and could have a ripple effects in wall street. nikkei lost more than 900 points, more than 5% of total value. australia main index fell by 3%. yesterday the dow dropped 177 points, down almost 104 points and see how wall street reacts when trading begins at 9:30 this morning.
iphones as trade-in for those looking to get a new phone. they hope by allowing people turn into devices more screens and buttons more people upgrade to new iphones. apple warned they may see first decline in revenue in 13 years and hope this will turn things around and apple pay between 50 and $200 for damaged phones. >> sara: chipolte offered free burrito for nationwide meeting. one man got caught up in company's effort to apologize. he taught employees about food safety. to get free burrito they had to text rain check but many people typed the wrong number which sent all of those texts to guy in washington d.c. he got hundreds of texts. the man says he feels bad for
drained his battery. >> julie: i would think that would be inappropriate exchange. we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes and looking at 17 minute commute on expressway northbound furnace brook parkway to columbia road. sure? >> shiri: leaving the house 15 to 25 , it is chilly out there, also mostly dry, no more than few flurries at the coastline and 5:00 p.m. also mostly dry, 25 to 30 , so hour-by-hour look at not just warm-up but where there's snow ahead. >> gene: 7:31 this morning. all the talk in cambridge. what's being installed this week right next to harvard that's
the board and we got some snow developing moving from marshfield from scituate, cohasset as well. this is ocean effect snow, something we will monitor even as we head into the afternoon hours, look at accumulation today and tomorrow coming up in just minutes. sara? >> sara: terrified cruise ship passengers sailed into the powerful storm and this is one of the videos viewed most on myfoxboston.com. >> daniel: third largest ever built and why it left port and knew for days it was forming. it was taken by a passenger anthem of the seas.
it sailed into the path of powerful storm in carolinas. crashing into the waves and this is the same storm that dropped snow here yesterday. it was no better inside the ship as you could see. the planter toppled over, pots broken, chairs turned over, parts of the ceiling fell down. now, at some point the ship was battling 100 miles per hour winds and 30-foot waves. four people suffered minor injuries. now, they are all being offered full refunds and 50% off on another cruise. the boat is heading back to new jersey this morning. now, if you want to see the video again it is on facebook page again and onlike right now at myfoxboston.com. in the newsroom i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> gene: milan lucic in town to face the browns and history of the garden last night obese and b.u. skating in sixty-fourth
the game and check this out. light goes out and used to that in old garden but not in you place. check out wild sequence. bc ryan fitzgerald goes to jordan greenway and misses shot and ends up slamming into the b.c. net. scoreless in overtime and that's when b.c. alex tuck will take the puck and snap inside the far post. only go of the game eagles win in dramatic fashion. first 1-0 game in beanpot history. >> julie: exciting one. 7:47 is the time. route 3 heading up route 3 northbound right now slow spot as you heated from 228 in rockland up to route 18 in the weymouth area and volume starting to increase there. 24, 95, looking good.
approaching 128 and relief this morning. sam expressway typically slow from furnace brook parkway up through neponset and into boston and slow going past exit 13 and gas tank. over to your live drive times, 27 minutes route 3 from 228 to the split. 14 minutes on 24 from 106 to 128 17 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to columbia road. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and, shiri, graphic says had to be winter sooner or later. >> sooner or later and now it is in place. >> shiri: although don't have snow falling it is still very gray out there this morning, going to be cold, and along the coastline we do have the chance for just a touch of snow today. nothing widespread, but some ocean effect snow showers will come in as and splashover along the new hampshire coastline between 9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. today, it is not going to be anything moderate or major, something keeping an eye on, widespread coating to two inches
have a better chance of some pockets of mostly light but couple pockets heavier snow as this system comes through tomorrow. this one mostly missed today.
what we are really watching those ocean effect snow showers with north wind there, the winds picking up enough moisture to trigger some of the snow showers, snow showers now that are positioned marshfield scituate and plymouth another spot keep close eye on today, 23 , whole lot of cloud cover there, and through early afternoon we cohave -- do have chance for snow showers, temperature 32 in plymouth, boston right now at 20 , it is going to be a mostly cloudy day, and although light risk 30 this afternoon, better chance cape ann, south shore and north side of the cape and for anyone that's heading out to vote in new hampshire today, i do have some flurries up in manchester now. mostly cloudy day with just
next hour, and then we dry out with temperatures into the upper 20s. 31 in boston, 32 norwood, 33 in plymouth, 29 in worcester, 29 manchester, new hampshire and today you will see the focus of those snow showers really do hover very close to the coast and they waver from time to time, coating to inch of snow in couple coastal communities today into the evening commute couple light snow showers into the cape and tomorrow around 5:00 a.m. we have the next batch of snow moving in and scattered snow through the day possibly as you could see burst of heavier snow. results as coating to two inches of snow and where we get the burst heavier snow and now expected in western new england, we do have the potential of going slightly over that. so, of course, keep you posted more flurries 30 , 24 on friday and teens for highs this weekend, it is going to be absolutely frigid out there. back over to you. >> shiri, a grandmother fights
political expert how end a >> sara: what we might see today, joined by stone hit college professor and director of martin institute peter, live at primary headquarters in manchester. thank you for joining us this morning. >> thank you for having me. >> generational gap between sanders and clinton and sanders getting college-aged voters but he is also getting young women. hillary has chance of being first female president. don't young woman want to rally behind that? >> i think they do in part. you know, young people are more than gender.
and bernie sanders is speaking to them and speaking right to the issues that they care about, -- despite his age represents something new in the american political system that young people find really attractive. >> sara: it will be interesting to see if hillary can dive into the double digit leave that he has held. let's look at the dixville results overnight. ohio governor john kasich and sanders won in that town. thoughts on that and is it really even a predicter who will win the state? >> it is really not. dixville notch is really a novelty, demonstrates how voters in new hampshire are so committed to casting first primary votes in the controversy that they will get up at midnight to vote, but unfortunately there's just not enough voters to be a good predicter what will happen statewide. >> sara: former new york mayor michael bloomberg considering getting into the race as independent.
he be able to get enough support together to move forward? >> you know, it is almost too late, even for billionaire like mike bloomberg. you don't appreciate how difficult it is to create an organization that is nationwide in scope and that has ground forces in all 50 states where you want to compete, and doesn't make the decision start deploying his resources, it is going to be too late. >> sara: stonehill college professorrer, we will see you at 8:00. >> thank you. >> gene: local business owner claims he is being bullied by town leaders. he investigates allegations he almost got run over by a plow and surveillance video could lead to criminal charges. >> shiri: and chance of snow will peak again during the day tomorrow and cover how much accumulation to expect and where
sending workers falling 10 fe complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> sara: good morning, everyone. it is tuesday, february 9th. it is primary day in new hampshire and i'm sara underwood. >> gene: i'm gene lavanchy. take you to the polls in the granite state. look ahead at more snow we could be seeing this afternoon. >> shiri: 28 to 34, that's where we are going today, we have a few coastal snow showers. otherwise very little additional accumulation over what you had yesterday. right now this is where the snow is. scituate moving toward cohasset. i got another blip on the map near newton this morning where you got a couple of those
though the big picture is mostly dry one. so boston right now at 21 , we got 16 in worcester, 19 in nashua, new hampshire, 23 in plymouth, south shore in particular the spot to watch for that meunier additional accumulation 10:00 a.m. see that the we have the snow showers hovering so close to the coastline here. so the coast is spot at risk, 28 in boston for lunchtime. 25 in worcester here. 31 in plymouth, 26 in nashua, new hampshire. we get up to about 30 this afternoon with the afternoon starting to dry out. we are going to see a lot of the coastal snow showers start to fade away and morning commute tomorrow. we got more snow moving in, today coating to inch for a couple of spots, widespread snow in wednesday forecast and hour-by-hour look at that coming up in just minutes. julie grauert now with live drive time traffic, keeping a close eye on volume right now. >> julie: shiri, seeing spots
saugus, route 1 south. this is 93 south route 1 into somerville and lexington. expressway jampacked from furnace brook parkway up to columbia road as you could see, very slow, heavy volume past the gas tank. live drive time, 50 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. 35 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike. 50 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. sara and gene, back to you. >> sara: all right, julie, the first votes have been passed in today's primary and midnight the nine registered voters in town of dixville notch made votes. john kasich earned
three votes to two for donald trump. democrats vermont senator bernie sanders got all the votes and hillary clinton was shut out. the polls are now open at most
the state is expecting a record turnout. catherine parrotta live in nashua, new hampshire where people were lining up outside a poling station even before voting began, catherine. >> >> catherine: polls opened and they don't close until 8:00 tonight. new searles elementary school in nashua,
and steady stream of voters coming in and out within the two hours that the polls have been open here, expected to be a busy day. the city of nashua anticipates 60% of voter turnout today and new searles elementary school and 6200 registered voters, 20 people lined up outside the gym before polls opened at 6: according to globe new hampshire secretary of state expects more than half million voters come out statewide and conclusion to what's been busy week for the candidates and out across the state for days. i asked voters here if that made any difference to them. here is what they said. >> probably had chance to see
does make a difference and gives you better perspective of them. >> i think the candidates that really want our votes are going to try to make
it here and do our best to visit each town and talk about the issues and kind of made a difference, chose that they care. >> catherine: i was told schools were closed today because so many were polling locations and what you see are voters. something that new hampshire voters do all the time. pretty common for them and ask them first in the nation primary still a big deal or not and what i had to say. now in nashua, new hampshire, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> sara: >> gene: residents tell fox25 they have recently appeared
neighbors and record what elections they actually voted and not registered with the state or federal governments and new list after the election. similar voter shaming letters were sent
to homes in iowa before last week caucuses and reportedly linked to the campaign of senator ted cruz. we have complete coverage of the new hampshire primary throughout the day for you. stick with fox25 throughout the tonight. on the air straight until 11:30, bringing you live results from candidate headquarters and speeches as they happen. also stream it live to myfoxboston.com and to the fox25 news app. >> sara: another round of snow and strong winds hit the area. fox25 jessica reyes is live from marshfield where we have been telling you all morning that the schools are on a delay there, jess. >> jessica: they are, sara. we know the snow finally stopped late last night but as we were
morning, we saw several plows out working to clear the roads and here are towns here this morning, see the piles of snow continue to grow here and decided to delay school by two hours this morning, to show that everyone can get there safely. yesterday's storm brought blizzard conditions to marshfield. not only did it snow all day long, but the wind were very intense, and there was also flooding along the coast of high tide. the damage fortunately is pretty minimal here, but as of 5:00 this morning, we know parts of ocean street were still flooded. people we spoke to here yesterday, they said the snow was just relentless to the point where struggling during the storm ended up being useless. >> i know it hasn't stopped. i don't know if it will ever stop. i didn't go into work. i did shovel earlier today but i
didn't look like did everything. >> jessica: as we come to see over in scituate, that's pretty much the norm during the winter storms. now, as of 5:00 this morning, there were still some crews working to clear the road over on ocean street not too far where we are right now. we are hoping to get update from town official once they begin their day in the next hour, and we will let you know as soon as we get word from them. for now live in marshfield, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> daniel: >> gene: crash stopped traffic authorities thought people were hurt but not critically. a tour bus from mohegan sun and sent to yale-new haven and one of them suffered broken bones and other injuries less severe and no official word on cause of the crash just yet.
weather app and news app for smartphone and tablet before the next storm hits. it is a quick and freeway to keep up-to-date on latest breaking news and weather. shiri will be back in a few for us. >> sara: new details now on breaking story we have been following all morning. german authorities and making urgent call for blood donations to help treat during vivers of head on train crash. police say at least nine people are dead. the trains were traveling this morning in southern germany between two major towns just south of munich. sara: this train line heads to the alps and popular with tourists. take live look now at scene where rescue crews are fanned out across the crash doing they're investigate reports. reports are saying 100 people are injured. 50 of them seriously hurt. investigators as you see right there are now looking for a cause.
information just as soon as we get it. confirmation about a troubling report that satellite from north korea passed over the super bowl north korea successfully
launched the satellite and now orbiting over the united states. world powers held an emergency meeting on sunday condemning the launch and hoping that u.n. resolution about rocket launch and recent nuclear test will be adopted soon. the satellite passed over levi stadium about an hour after the game ended. >> gene: 8:09. cdc on highest alert to help prevent the spread of the zica virus. they will be now working around the clock to find way to curb spread of zica. president obama requested $1.8 billion in funding to help fight. money will help go toward vaccine although that's not expected any time soon. 50 americans have returned to the country infected with zica virus.
data breach at fbi hackers posted personal information for 20,000 people, league comes one day after personal information for 10,000 department of homeland security employees was published. the group tweeted the information saying it was pulled from the department of justice database. it included #freepalestine. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes and 46 minute on 96 southbound as head from 495 northbound to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: best chance of snow as we move forward today. couple flurries inland and slight chance there, but at the coast especially from plymouth down to say hyannis that's where snow showers. snow that is right now showing up on radar. i will zoom into the infected towns and cities next.
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>> gene: take a look at this video. local business owner steps right in front of path of front end loader and refuses to move. he says standoff is prove why the city is out to get him. >> daniel: south shore business owner claiming intimidation. he has the video for you. owner of b1 auto trade in rockland struggling with the
to expand the business. he was in his office sunday morning when surveillance captured this front end loader dumping snow on property. when he approached the driver, the plow came within inches of hitting him. then the front end loader dumped snow right on the front door of the business as you can see. >> this is my livelihood, this business, and town they have with all their power and might have us lose their business. >> daniel: town administrator has not returned our calls and driver would be suspended. and suckar told us he got a visit from rockland highway intendant that apologize what had happened and superintendent cleaned up the snow. we will continue to follow the story for you. in the newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> gene: happening today man
college student will plea for his freedom. last month seth mes ailia lawyers filed. his exgirlfriend is testifying in exchange. >> sara: local police officer shot one of the suspects twice and officer now on administrative leave when the incident is investigated. the suspect has been released hearing. >> gene: fbi and local police looking for a bank robbery suspect. man held up a teller, looking
and wearing wire rimmed glasses. >> sara: trip to the gas station takes a terrifying turn. watch as roof of chevron station comes crashing down. the steel structure crushes one car and luckily the driver had just gone inside the store so he was not hurt. a passenger in the car also escaped unharmed. two maintenance workers were on the roof and one suffered minor injuries and other was not hurt at all. >> julie: heavy volume to furnace brook parkway to columbia road. also hearing issues of accident on 128 northbound near great plain avenue and that's what's slowing us down right in this section. shifting north of town 128 southbound slow which is pretty typical through lexington. 93 south sluggish through medford and into somerville. take look at that route 1 in saugus. bumper-to-bumper as approach lynn fells parkway. 33 minutes 128 to the tobin, 45
leverett connector, 47 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. you maybe dealing with some slushy slick conditions on the side roads and tomorrow morning we will have to deal with more snow. >> shiri: spot showers i have right now. we have weymouth, south shore and most look out window and simply going to find the clouds. so kind of spitting at us in weymouth right now. not heavy snow but enough to make for slippery travel let's say and fresh five and a half inches and worcester a week ago had 2-foot snowfall deficit and now it is under ten inches and been chipping away at it and we will do so again during the day tomorrow, but this is where we now.
and another one from scituate to north scituate, drifting toward cohaseted, don't be comprised if you see it up that way and tricky part about snow showers. narrow bands, affect a couple communities and winds today mostly out of the north and situation where the entire coastline enough moisture being pulled overhead to stirrup a couple of those and most prone locations will be cape ann as well as the south shore and north side of the cape. boston has slight risk but up and down the coastline that's where you have to watch out for a couple snow showers today. only patchy coating up to maybe an inch of snow and one or two communities total. most of us just simply sticking with the clouds. 30 in boston and beverly, 32 in plymouth, 27 in worcester, 28 in nashua, new hampshire for voters today it is going to be chilly out there for the teens now to the 20s this afternoon. noon time you could see the focus of some of those ocean effect snow showers drift further south let's say plymouth
some of the more prone locations 6:00 p.m. i have got a couple flurries across the cape. rest of the area it is generally just clouds. great day though to have the fox25 weather app handy. you could check radar when you're on the go today because any flurries we get whether being chilly will lead to at least slippery sidewalks, main roads nice and treated. tomorrow morning 5:00 a.m. another batch of snow moving in. the problem with this is we got snow during the morning commute. although you're seeing a lot of us get a little breather at noon time, comes back into the play during the afternoon. we have several shots of snow, most of it will be light but there could be a couple burst of heavier snow in there. generally coating to two inches pretty widespread and where we get the burst we go just over that in a couple of spots. right now determining determine where the burst will be. best bet will be across western new england or perhaps southeastern massachusetts. so you can see today we have the
coastline here, 34 tomorrow with chance for snow during the day. thursday is just flurries but gets awful breezy at about 30 . 24 and brighter on friday and look at that weekend forecast. it is going to be real cold out there. saturday warmer of two days, 19 in boston, 20 in plymouth, 13 in worcester for your high. windy with some of the light snow showers and flurries sunday, the dryer of the two days, wake up to zero and see only high of 15. gene? >> gene: 8:21 now, state-of-the-art cruise ship badly damaged limping back to port. people on board trapped in a bad storm. coming up why investigators say they have never set sail in the
warning from a famous face. they're one of the wall street banks that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authorities for their part in the crisis that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes. how does wall street get away with it? millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's riggedt by wall street. and that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build an economy that works for people. sanders: i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. >> gene: actor hugh jackman asking to wear sunscreen. he got basal cell carcinoma removed from his nose.
but still serious. >> julie: muslim barbie made by finallerran medical student and did up the barbie a little more conservative look, modest style meant to be more appealing to muslim girls. taking instagram by storm with more than 23,000 followers. >> sara: very pretty. my girls have barbies from all
>> julie: to get a free burrito from chipolte you had to type rain check and all of them went to washington d.c. got hundreds of calls and texts for free burrito and all the
wrong text drained his cell phone battery. >> sara: i think he deserved. >> julie: stall has flushed toilet but not much else. very sparse.
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it easier for if anything funky taking mace inside of there. toilet is also fireproof and graffiti resistant and last public restroom in harvard square closed in 2012. i don't know and i don't know how ever step foot in that. >> julie: get in and get out. if need to stop in public restroom. >> shiri: funky things going on in there. don't want to promise you great travel conditions. more worried about the commute tomorrow. take look at incoming look at
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they need it had, right? if heading out, bundle up, frigid temperatures here today and going to be around for awhile, i believe. >> sara: i think they will be because it is winter and, everybody, it is tuesday, february 9th. there's more snow lingering around. >> we got snow. >> shiri: we got zero on 7-day forecast. >> gene: valentine's day. >> gene: snuggle more when it is zero. >> gene: sara has plan mapped out. excellent. >> shiri: visibility great shape and so are winds. big story really the cold in worcester this morning at 16, chelmsford at 18, 16 in new boston and 20 inman, new hampshire. we got 20 in reading and talks right now walpole at 20, 21 in boston, but just 19
21 and there you can see as you look toward scituate down to marshfield, we have had some passing snow showers. duxbury at 24, sandwich at 28 . those are all spots that we are going to have to watch. south shore, cape ann right now, got snow pretty close buy and noon time 27 with chance of snow just at the coastline, 3:00 p.m. 30 and mostly cloudy and 7:00 p.m. drive , clouds remain this time tomorrow we will have more widespread snow, closer look at that in just a couple minutes. julie grauert has live drive time traffic and where you will hit slow spots. >> sara: >> julie: 128 northbound how it is affecting time in a moment head woburn through medford and somerville, live look at the zakim where traffic volume remains steady and heavy as the camera bounces around a bit because of the wind out there. over to the live drive times, 33 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike.
leverett connector. 29 minutes right now on 128 northbound from westwood to the weston tolls. sara and gene, back to you. >> sara: all right, julie, developing news this morning about dozens of schools across the country threatened with violence in recent months. new report says at least some of those threats came from western russia. fox25 michael henrich live at the weymouth police department. michael, you just heard back from state police with new information. >> michael: we reached out early this morning, sara, as i mentioned in first report at 4:30 a.m., and state police got back very quickly getting back to me within the next half hour. massachusetts state police saying that there's nothing definitively to suggest these threats here in the bay state came from russia. although, state police say conceivably that could be the case. they simply don't have anything to suggest definitively that it is so far.
we were haering and reporting this morning out of what happened in the providence journal, quoting rhode island state police saying that some of the threats there were electronically traced to st. peteuresburg, russia. series of threats that disrupted schools and businesses, not only here in weymouth, which is why we are standing outside the weymouth pd, but more than dozen other towns in the bay state in particular. now, these threats are so hard to trace because they are robo calls, so don't hear a real person's voice on the other line, and hearing from is somehow scrambled and been so disruptive because people have to treat seriously and many schools canceled classes in order to cope with the threats. now, massachusetts state police also told me this investigation is ongoing, and that the fbi is lead in this investigation. so as i mentioned earlier, we
bureau we are working hard to get those answers for you of whether the fbi has any information about the massachusetts threats and connecticuting those threats to the -- to russia like rhode island state police did and as soon as i hear back from them, of course,, i will bring you update here on the fox25 morning news. michael henrich, fox25 news. >> michael: homeowners cleaning up and saw foot of snow and wind gusts upwards of 50 miles per hour. fox25 jessica reyes live in marshfield this morning and still looks like a winter wonderland down there in the south shore this morning. >> jessica: it does, gene. much denver scene than what we were seeing 24 hours ago. you can see the snow piles are getting bigger this morning as crews continue to work to clear some of the snow and as a result school has been delayed two hours. crews also over on ocean street. shot this right around 5:00, and
was still some flooding over there at that time. now, crews are still working there we understand to clear storm drains and debris from the road that washed up yesterday. winds we know was also a big issue along the south shore yesterday. one guy we talked to says he was nearly hit by a tree limb that was blown off of a tree as he was standing up. take a listen. >> getting ready to come out and shovel and it cracked. eight inch limb hanging over my neighbor's driveway. >> jessica: the damage we saw on marshfield was over on ocean street. the house had pretty significant damages, and looks as though the water came within just feet of flooding it out. now we know scituate also had coastal flooding as they intend to have during the winter storms and reached out to town officials over there it the get update on potential damage as soon as i get word back.
>> gene: make sure you download the fox25 weather and news app and latest way to keep up-to-date. shiri will have detailed look at the forecast when she is back in a few minutes. >> sara: it is primary day in new hampshire, and first votes have already been cast. at midnight the nine registered voters in town of dixville notch made their primary picks. among the republicans ohio governor john kasich earned two. for the democrats vermont senator bernie sanders earned four votes while hillary clinton was shut out. dixville notch first to vote in presidential primary since the 1960s. this actually is not a live look but a lot of people are hanging out inside poling places in manchester this morning. doors opened at 6:00 a.m.,
as people go out and cast votes and many locations are open until 8:00 p.m. >> gene: hillary clinton will be in hooksett waiting for last minute results while campaigning
yesterday. sharman sacchetti was able to get one-on-one interview with the former secretary of state. she asked clinton about accusations from the sanders camp and weak on wall street because she sunshine big -- accepts big money. >> every democratic just about, including him has taken money from financial interests, and there's -- that would disqualify everyone. >> gene: clinton also told sharman she is hoping for elizabeth warren's endorsement but knows the senator has a lot on her plate right now.
clinton to run but yet to make endorsement in the race. for more on the race head over to our website at myfoxboston.com. gene: get out the vote rally proves to be too much. woman falls from riser as she spoke in derry. she
was helped off stage and sanders finished speech. we have complete coverage of the new hampshire primary throughout the day today. stick with fox25 throughout the morning and rejoin us at 5:00 tonight and bring you the results, live reports from the candidates headquarters and speeches as they happen. we will also stream it live at myfoxboston.com and on the fox25 news app. >> former new york city mayor michael bloomberg told cnn he is looking at all options when it comes to independent presidential bid. the billionaire says he will
next month to run a serious campaign. >> gene: overnight nikkei last more than 900 points, 5% than total value and australian main index fell 3% and yesterday
the dow jumped 177 points and up 100 in one stage and see how wall street reacts when trading begins in about an hour at 9:30 this morning. >> sara: final ware well to longest serving mayor. funeral services were yesterday morning for buddy ciancia and despite the snow dozens of people lined the streets of federal hill as ciancia casket pulled by a horse drawn carriage in 2014 he was diagnosed with
at 74 years old. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. right now on the expressway a 12 minute commute from furnace brook parkway up to columbia road. shiri? >> shiri: chance of snow ends up peaking tomorrow. today will be a couple coastal communities with accumulation and hour-by-hour look at snowflakes when we come back. >> gene: it is primary day in new hampshire and could see we soot democratic jumping -- see democratic candidate jumping into the race and we will be few minutes. >> my fight like heck or bad outcome. >> sara: grandmother wasn't backing down. everyday office supply that she used to send armed attacker running scared. as we head to break there are stories trending right now at
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>> shiri: following ocean effect snow showers pulling away from scituate and flirting on and off for the entire coastline today and crossing 93 and take a look at when the chance goes up for everybody in just minutes. >> sara: a terrifying crews -- cruise heading from new york to florida. the ship was rocking and rolling people confined and why lawmakers are now getting involved.
place and they knew for days that the hurricane streamed storm was coming and taken by passenger royal caribbean anthem of the seas is going viral this morning and you can see why the ship sailed into the path of power storm sunday night on coast of carolinas. waves going up against the side of the boat and this is the same storm that dropped snow here yesterday and it was no better inside the ship as you could see the damage. broken vases and decorations, chairs turned over and parts of the ceiling fell down. at some
point the boat was battling 100 miles per hour winds and 30-foot waves and four people suffered minor injuries. they are all being offered full refunds and 50% off on another cruise on. the boat is headed back to pneumonia this morning. if you want to see more head to the facebook page right now and to myfoxboston.com.
miller, fox25 news. >> sara: victim named carol and she doesn't want to show her face. last
week a man ambushed her inside the garage of her indiana home. he grabbed for her purse and forced her into a large toolbox and she was able to free one hand and fight back. >> i grabbed the stapler gun and snacked mim on the side of the the -- him on the side of the knee. the suspect turned around and ran off, police are now searching for him. >> julie: route 3 slow as you approach route 18 in the weymouth area and never saw the volume pick up 95 or on 24 but not going to complain about that but tomorrow morning i have a feeling it will be back.
columbia road and still seeing some residual delays on 128 northbound near great plain avenue in needham because of an earlier accident. live look at the expressway where volume remains heavy and steady. over to live drive time, 25 minutes on route 3 from 228 to the split, 16 minutes on 24 from 106 to 128. 16 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to columbia road. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now as you head out the door expect to feel some very cold temperatures out there. >> shiri: cold temperatures and flurries and potential for dusting up to about an inch and touch of snow at the coast today, but into the afternoon -- watch late-morning into the early afternoon. monitoring the new hampshire sea coast for a little bit of splashover for next high tide. widespread coating up to two inches of snow in the forecast tomorrow. that's going to be a little bit more of potent system. but for the time being you can see we continue with the snow showers, flurries out across
mostly missed headed out to sea and going to bring us burst of snow into wednesday. but so far plymouth at 23 and reason i want to focus on plymouth although right now it is all about the clouds. you got a lot of clouds today and you got a lot of chances here for some of the bands, ocean effect snow showers. so it is not a guarantee, but one of the more likely spots as we get into the late-morning, early afternoon and temps in the lower 30s and see touch of snow 21 and just the clouds as well, slight chance you will get in on the snow and more times than not all about the clouds today in a couple flurries and temperatures there getting into the upper 20s and that's where we max out? portsmouth to manchester, 28 , 29 in lawrence and in fitchburg, 27 in worcester and 30
32 in plymouth and 34 in hyannis again, along the coastline where you have the best bet for getting that little coating of snow because of these ocean effect snow showers which are going to be on and off for the coastline. noon time today you could see kind of planted right here south shore, down to the north side of the cape, and then into the evening commute, chance for couple flurries there across the cape. now, 6:00 p.m. most of us simply seeing the clouds and then by early, early tomorrow morning, 5:00 a.m., we got our next round of snow moving in and much will be light and chance couple burst heavier snow and two inches of snow and where we got the burst as high as four inches and working right now to fine-tune exactly the more likely locations where that would happen and compared to yesterday, 24 with more sunshine friday, very cold over the weekend with singles or even
>> gene: primary polls and steady line of voters cast their ballot this morning and by the end of the day how it is going to shape up overall and more what we might see happen today and where things go for here, joined by stonehill college professor and director of martin institute, he joins us live at manchester this morning, and
this new hampshire voters, they like to wait until the last minute to make up minds. still polling consistent and any reason at all to believe the results won't reflect that poll? >> no, not really. i think donald trump walk out of here for victory and only question really is how big and how it might not be helpful at this point because voters make up mind last minute, race could turn out to be sight than we expect and no reason donald trump isn't going to win big and democratic side bernie sanders walk out of new hampshire with wind in sails having beaten presumptive nominee and only question really is how tight of margin will it be. >> gene: candidates are out and stumping for the last minute votes, too much to say finish
saver? >> candidates need to have top here, one, two, three, four slot, and it can be a lifesaver if jeb bush out perform expectations or john kasich were to come in third and going to be a lot of jockeying for the positions and i would expect that all the candidates that come in second, third or fourth to claim as moral victory. >> gene: quickly, peter, bernie sanders mentioned, what does he have to do now because this thing moves into clinton country down south, what does he have to do to carry the momentum and win big in enemy territory, so to speak? >> going to be hard for hip in nevada and national campaign and favors national organization and what he might want to hope for clintons continue to
week and leaking stories about campaign shake-ups doesn't help but it is going to be really tough for bernie sanders. he will need few more endorsements to help with on the ground organization. appreciate insight. thank you so much. >> thank you for having me. >> sara: a lot more coming your way, local business owner claims he is being bullied by town leasessers. -- leaders. almost got run over by a plow and incident captured on surveillance video that could lead to criminal charges. >> sara: 40% chance of seeing snow today. we still got flurries out there. break out more prone locations one day a rider made a decision. the decision to ride on and save money. he decided to save money by switching
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