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new tatment showing promise 90% of patients. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> julie: it is 9:00, february 17th, i'm julie grauert. >> daniel: i'm daniel miller. great news for drivers. finally warming up so no more black ice to deal with. fox25 shiri spear in the stormtracker weather center with look at rising temperatures. good news. >> shiri: worcester 31 and rest of the area bumped into the upper 30s in boston at 37 and plymouth 37 and bedford and lawrence 37 , we have clouds out there, especially further inland you go and future cast here as we head toward 99 time today though, lower 40s in the works and then you can see this afternoon, we tap into the 40s
there will still be patchy clouds around. i will keep it partly sunny today, threat for black ice is drying up real fast. lingering right now out across worcester. 38 to 44 for your highs today, we have a little weekend warm-up that i will go over with you coming up shortly. julie, let's send over to you for live drive time traffic. >> julie: things starting to look better on the roads, but overall lighter day i'm guessing because it is vacation week for many schools and kids in the boston area. 93 south still sluggish as you approach somerville. pike though moving along fine and look at this wide open right now as you head through brighton, typically see heavy volume through this time and getting a little bit of relief today. 25 minutes on the pike from 495 to mass ave, 25 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike, 42 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. >> daniel: new this morning one man dead and another under arrest after a shooting outside a local bar. the gun fire began just before 1:00 a.m.
following this since it first broke at 1:00 this morning. jessica, you moved locations to be live at court where the suspect will be arraigned this hour. we spoke to d.a. on scene earlier this morning and did not identify what he was going to be charged with, arraigned here at quincy district court sometime this morning. video have the scene and happened at city limits bar in randolph right off of route 28 this morning as bar was closing, police actually just pulled someone over just up the street from the bar where it happened, so when they heard this come over the radio, they rushed over to the bar, chased after the suspect and took him into custody. the police radio calls from the minutes right after this happened are very intense. take a listen.
running through the parking lot. >> jessica: not clear what suspect will be charged with but suspect did say d.a. will be up this morning. we have video of the enormous piece of evidence that police hauled off from the scene just before 5:00 this morning. live in quincy, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> julie: police confirmed last 30 minutes the ten-month-old baby girl drowned in the bathtub. this is video as we were on the scene right now. right now looks like it was just a tragic accident. >> daniel: video we got around 3:00 a.m. of flames shooting out of the home on boynton road. no word this hour what caused the fire or if there were any injuries. house was built in 1850s and registered with the national historic society.
big mess for homeowner to clean up this morning. bigotry in wellesley came crashing down. outside power crews are now hard at work to repair the damage. stephanie? >> stephanie: it was caused by domino effect, damaged power pole, just about 100 yards in front of me, but take a look right here behind me you can see the power pole, new one, still waiting to be replaced. now currently digging up the old one, but take a look. this is the massive tree that caused all of this damage during yesterday's storm. it toppled over, toppling on to the power lines and damaging that pole and now thankfully nobody was third in all of this but understandably family living shaken up and decided no the to spend the night.
all of sudden heard for crash. >> put them in the basement and did what i could and turned everything off and it was frightening. >> stephanie: knocked out power. >> lights were on until a couple minutes ago and heard explosion and lights went out. >> stephanie: she has never gone through anything like this and truly wondered if she was going to make it. thankfully nobody was hurt and they worked with the blown transformer. again, power now back on this morning but crews still have to take out that damaged power pole, put the in you one back in so again it could still be hours until all of this is said.
severe weather it is available for free in apple store and google play. >> daniel: police think a robbery at local gun store could be linked to other crimes. two people smashed through the front door of hitman firearms in tyngsborough early monday morning. they got away with four guns. police officer owns the gun shop and they think it is connected to robbery 2-week ago in hooksett, new hampshire. this is surveillance video from that incident showing two suspects outside wicked weaponry and reviewing surveillance footage to try to track down those suspects. daniel: armed robbery ends with police chase and wanted in connection with robberies in malden and revere including one at 7-eleven yesterday afternoon. witnesses describe the hectic end to the chase. >> police on right side, swiped my car and then he took the -- the car out.
the car, spun them out and put them on the walgreen parking lot. >> daniel: the suspect was taken into custody after the crash. >> >> julie: hundreds of people attended funeral mass for caitlin clavette in winchester. the 35-year-old was a triathlete and art teacher in milton. she was on her way to work on friday when the heavy metal cover hit the windshield of her car and after the crash crews inspected every manhole along the expressway. state police are still investigating how the cover became loose. julie: fox25 says all manhole covers are supposed to be checked every two years but there's no database. it is after caitlin clavette's death but we asked governor charlie baker why more wasn't done. >> there are other things more productive we would like people to be doing while they are out
roads and bridges. >> julie: baker says they are following highway safety standards and nothing unusual was found when looking at manhole covers in boston. >> daniel: revenue increased at plainridge park $1 million december to january. plainridge park is on pace to earn more that be $160 million the first year, well below initial projection for the site. daniel: one of three winning tickets of the powerball was sold in melbourne beach, florida. a tennessee couple already claimed the prize.
jackpot was worth $1.6 billion. >> julie: group of students found it and determined and found that he was from salem, massachusetts when and experts say the mailbox ended up in ocean after scooped up by a plow last winter. julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. live look at pike through volume nice and light. still usually heavy we have seen lighter conditions in many spots because we are in school vacation week. i will have look at drive time for minutes. first here is shiri. >> shiri: that's a good-looking commute and this is good-looking commute. temperatures in the middle 30s but as we head toward 10:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. and show you where temperatures are headed
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help the feds crack a customer's phone. >> reporter: apple would not comply and call unprecedented step. fbi tried to unlock the iphone two months without success. director talked about the trouble with encryption and senate intel committee. >> there's no doubt use of encryption is part of terrorist
incorrect password attempts let fbi experts try endless combinations without loosing information that's on the phone. agents trying to figure out who the shooters were communicating with and where they went before and after the attack that left 14 people dead. reporting live in washington, jacqueline fell, fox25 news. >> julie: hundreds of people arrested for very unusual reason arrest warranties issued for 1500 people behind on student loan payments. one man was ordered out of home by gunpoint by u.s. marshal. was he shocked when finally found out he was taken into custody. >> all of those guys and guns for student loan. how much. >> julie: he was not aware he owed $1,500 and interest on third.
because he initially resisted weapon. >> daniel: more than 150 people are finally back home after weather diverted not one but two of the flights. >> never experienced turbulence in life. >> daniel: followed it closely the last 24 hours, it had to be diverted to manchester. same passengers were diverted to logan airport after hitting surveillance turbulence on way back to new york. fox25 had video after passengers waited two hours for the all clear. passengers say they should have never taken off from new hampshire in the first place. >> let us take off to jfk when the weather conditions probably we shouldn't have taken off in the first place, and it was scariest experience of my life. >> daniel: in statement to fox25 delta airlines says the
the airline offered 12,000 sky miles to each opinion but many passengers want to be reimbursed for the entire cost of their flight. >> sara: >> julie: larry summers says $100 should be scrapped. cites newly published study from the harvard business school. eliminating larger denomination would make it difficult and far more difficult for people that are breaking the law. food fight on capitol hill over maple syrup. demanding companies remove the word maple from products that don't contain maple syrup, especially things like cereal. the fda has not responded to complaints. parmesan cheese in your fridge may be made of wood.
labeled as 100% cheese but fda found less than 40% of the product is actually cheese. the investigation uncovered additive made of wood pulp used above the legal limit and president of the company expected to plead guilty to federal charges this month. >> daniel: researchers found now way to fight cancer. fred hutchinson cancer center genetically discovered. the treatment worked in 94% of leukemia patients in the study. >> julie: very hopefully for those dealing with leukemia. julie: see on the expressway slow conditions as you approach boston, heavy volume there, and then southbound lanes as you're coming -- leaving boston on expressway and heading south. otherwise pike though wide open and looking very nice as you head through brighton. here are live drive times, 12
35 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. 35 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit for the pike. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. not reaching 50s today but it will be above freezing. >> shiri: threat for black ice melting away very fast. tiny bit of wind chill, winds not going to be nearly as active as they were yesterday. right now 37 plymouth, hyannis, boston, up to lawrence, manchester, nice little line here at 37 . cooler in worcester, still at 31 . bit more cloud cover further north and west you go as well, on and off clouds all day, pointing out worcester in the upper 30s versus somewhere like boston and coastline and eastern massachusetts today where temperatures actually nudge their way low and mid-40s. so it is going to be mild day still. this is still mild for this time of the year.
we are going by 10 this afternoon, 10 tomorrow afternoon as the cold front comes in with cooler air and snapshot of noon time looking pretty good out there with sunshine and scattered clouds into the evening hours and couple more clouds starting to pop up but any snow showers will be restricted to higher elevations and watch this whole thing try to come through overnight tonight falling apart as it goes, so bring clouds tonight to keep us dry by the time we wake up tomorrow morning high pressure controlling the pattern and means for you lots of sunshine out there, especially inland for your thursday. this is freeze framed at noon time tomorrow and there will be a little more cloud cover along the coastline and with these north winds picking up moisture over the ocean it is going to boil down to a little more cloud cover out across the middle and outer cape where we could see there's the potential for an ocean effect snow shower. otherwise this is going to pull in coolest air that i have
43 today in boston and beverly and plymouth, over to norwood at 45 . there's the upper 30s, worcester, orange and keene and overnight back into the 20s and cooler wake up tomorrow morning and nothing abnormal for february standards. tomorrow's high temperature into the middle 30s. this time around going to have a lot of inland sunshine and closer to the coast you are, more cloud cover you will find. keeping it partly sunny in boston, slight risk we will get plymouth snow shower, better chance in my opinion that we will see an isolated snow shower over the cape or the islands which is why i have given it about 10% risk of snow tomorrow. friday we got increasing clouds during the day, here is hour-by-hour look at that wintery mix i have been talking about for the weekend and comes in friday night and saturday morning with some snow mixing in saturday's warm enough with a high of 49 . that really going to get sprinkle out of it looking very patchy and more upper 40s on
to mostly cloudy but not until sunday night into monday morning and slight chance of another wintery mix but especially tuesday night into wednesday, going to have to watch a bigger weather maker. back to you. >> julie: what people in crowd did caused angry reaction. >> felt like i was vibrating up and down and everything was like
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never eat cookie that you find on the ground. >> daniel: good advice. found at rock quarry near his home and mom realized it was a pot cookie and she took him to the hospital where monitored them for hours because it contained dangerous levels and it could be dangerous to a child jackson doing okay now but won't eat anything he finds in the quarry again. that is very good.
anything you find if it has pot or not. julie: getting into grammy after party can be impossible. this is paul mccartney. one and only paul mccartney being denied after the grammy's. legendary beatles front man in group with beck and taylor hawkins. tmz reports one point mccarty says how vip do we got to get. party was being hosted by rapper tigga, who who's dating one of the kardashian sisters. >> daniel: police are investigating actress vanessa hudgens and boyfriend vandalism. hudgens posted a photo on her
in it carved into rare red rocks in arizona and allegedly happened during a valentine's day get away. hudgens and her man could face a fine of up to $5,000 or six months in jail. >> julie: who did it. simpsons going live later this year. fox says live segment at conclusion of episode in may. homer will appear three minutes discussing the news today, possibly answering social media questions. actor will use motion captured technology. you could see homer live on may may 15th. >> julie: call my mom marge but no relation. >> shiri: winds right now between ten and 15 miles per hour.
and sun still up, no damaging winds in the forecast and holding feels like temperatures, wind chills in the 20s and take look at what remaining spots are still freezing next. >> michael: orange line "t" car runs over part of itself, and witnesses snap pictures as passengers escape through windows. what we have learned this
orange line inspections and how >> shiri: going to be a nice day and up down riding on temperature rollercoaster, 50 today, 30s, tomorrow going to be 30s. i could keep going but actually things rebound for the weekend. notice we have a little bit of white on the map. i snow the flurries are trying to get down to the ground. have not seen any reports of them actually reaching around right now, so further inland you go that's when we start with partly to mostly cloudy skies and worcester and barre, ringe, new hampshire and oil -- roll
reading down to natick over to medway right now hull 37, boston 37 , 38 in duxbury and sandwich and been last two hours that we have seen temperatures rise above 33 and temperatures continue to rise and noon time 41 , mild and partly sunny, 3:00 p.m. 43 and about 35, dry conditions this evening remain and couple flurries around and break down the extent of those and how things get a little bit warmer and wetter for the weekend coming up. julie, let's get back over to you for live drive time traffic. >> julie: nothing slowing you down brighton to framingham area and accident on 128 and huge impact on drive times and pretty typical volume on the bridge and leverett connector and over to your live drive times, 23 minutes on the pike from 495 to
expressway from the braintree split to the pike. 22 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. >> julie: take look at this. happened after a train left on state street stop worked overnight to inspect all the trains. michael? >> michael: better look, closer look at what happened inside state street station here last night and heard back from the mbta within the last 30 minutes and let me know there's no surveillance video what happened and being described as ordeal that sent some panicked "t" riders crawling out of windows. pictures taken by "t" rider heather parker show a chaotic scene.
>> we think it is a given if somebody kicking glass out of window, i must feel some sort of pack. >> michael: approaching state street 8:30 when 12 inch metal body partner fell off car and getting run over, slamming into the third rail causing smoke. >> people seeming uneasy. ge six minutes later a second train ran over sheet of metal causing more smoke and panic you see in the pictures. mbta says nobody was hurt but understands why passengers like parker grew concerned. >> i don't know what happened
know, another bit of infrastructure failure for mbta. >> michael: 14 side panels in abundance of caution and keeping a close eye on morning commute and orange line in particular has had no alerts today and why it was in the first place and as soon as the mbta releases finding of investigation we will bring you that update on the fox25 news app. michael henrich, fox25 news. >> julie: update from last night at 10:00. baby taken to south -- to the hospital from south boston home died from fro drowning in bathtub. police are investigating but saying right now it is a tragic accident. >> daniel: man about to go court within the hour to face
fox25 jessica reyes has been covering the story all morning and outside the court as suspect faces a judge. >> jessica: this happened in randolph this morning, d.a. has not identified the suspect or told us what he is going to be charged with but we do know he is going to be reasoned here in quincy later on this morning. we have video have the scene shot right around 4:30 this morning. see car being towed from outside the bar. d.a. would not say what the car has to do with the investigation, only telling us it is going to be processed for evidence. we understand police will be there in matter of seconds because they had pulled someone over on north main street and ran over to the bar, chased after the suspect and took him into custody right away. the d.a. says this seems to be isolated incident and wants everyone to know there's absolutely no danger to the public. now, once again, it is not
is going to be charged with but we are here at quincy district court, going to be arraigned within the next couple of hours and we will have much more information for you on the suspect, victim and the charges on the fox25 news at five and 6:00 tonight. in quincy, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> julie: apartment complex in malden remains under murder investigation. body of woman was found on cliff side commons monday night. investigators spent much of monday at the complex. fox25 learned the woman's car is missing and neighbors tell us they are concerned they are they were not told there was a crime committed in the building. >> it is scary. >> reaction overwhelming this happened in the area. >> julie: police do not believe woman was victim of random attack. >> daniel: happening this morning ate rex officer charged with trafficking heroin will appear in court. steven labro of swansea worked at bridgewater correctional complex.
drugs while he was off-duty. after investigation police arrested him yesterday afternoon and he will be arraigned in fall river later today. daniel: lowell man accused of intentionally running over a teenager with his car will be charged. 21-year-old calvin sosa hit the 15-year-old victim with truck on friday and then took off. teen was on his bike at the time and pair had been arguing right before the crash. sosa charged with assault with intent to murder. the teen remains in the hospital but is expected to survive. >> julie: than that carjacked mother and baby in custody this morning. approached the car on west gate mall yesterday as mom was putting child in car seat. he flashed gun, demanded the keys and drove off. witness that saw the chase told us how frightening it was. >> it was scary. pulled his gun, which was scary,
your gun. >> julie: it was actually a one. he faces several charges and she spoke with the mother on the phone and she and her daughter are doing okay. >> daniel: michael barrett police are looking for person who left the dog to die. lakeville middleborough town line and animal control officers tell fox25 they think it was still alive when it was left there and sores on its body and officers tell us it must have been terribly negatived. now, police want to make sure the person that did this does not do it to another animal. >> dug suffered enough and we want to make sure no one has to go through that. >> daniel: dog did not have dog or microchip and recognize the animal and phone in a tip. >> julie: finding vaccine to cure the zica virus. two vaccine makers in connecticut have already
collaborate. the world health organization has declared the zica virus international health emergency and president obama has asked congress for nearly $2 billion to fight it. >> daniel: one of the captains of the new england patriots will not be returning next season. linebacker gerard mayo has decided to retire after playing eight seasons all with the patriots. mayo was defensive rookie of the year in 2008 and also earned first team all pro honors in 2010 but faced season ending injuries during the last three years. daniel: red sox launching replay allows fans to buy and resell tickets. they will be able to set ticket prices and donate pictures to the red sox foundation for tax credit if the ticket isn't sold by certain day. site set up to go live on march 1st like other sites red sox replay will charge you fee to sell the ticket and spring training officially starts
>> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. bridge and leverett connector, of them. i will have look at live drive time in a moment. first here is shiri. >> shiri: mid to upper 30s on tap under partly cloudy skies, another mix of sun and clouds at 5:00 p.m. temperatures a little closer to 40 and break down the hot spots this afternoon next. >> daniel: video shot during the heart of last winter's blizzard that has been viewed thousands of times. >> julie: jeb bush tweet going viral this morning. 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
>> daniel: one tweet in particular is making a lot of news. here is picture jeb bush tweeted yesterday. it is a picture of a gun and tweet simply says america. picture was posted after bush visited firearm company in columbia, south carolina tuesday morning and that's where the gun was made. >> we went to gun manufacturing facility where lots of jobs were created, i was hop order to have him. >> seen everything from superheroes to food to star wars
>> represent inmates. >> julie: hillary clinton started coughing and took her two minutes to stop. audience started chanting her name until she could recover. clinton has commanding lead in south carolina right now with the primary right around the corner and 18 points ahead of bernie sanders and comes after sanders won by landslide in new hampshire. another big lead on republican side, same poll shows donald trump up 10% in ted cruz and marco rubio. president obama says he believes trump will not be the next country's president. >> daniel: president obama says he will nominate the next supreme court justice to replace justice antonin scalia. republicans had threatened to stand in the way of any nomination until after the presidential election but obama says that won't stop him. >> daniel: >> that's not how the system and
and i intend to nominate in due time a very well qualified candidate. >> daniel: president obama says candidate should receive a fair hearing from the republican held senate but republicans worry that he will appoint a liberal activist judge to the bench. daniel: justice scalia passed four days ago and conspiracy theories swirling about his death. scalia was found in his room at hunting ramp in -- ranch in texas. some say pillow was found over his face but owner says that's not true. others online suggest he was poisoned. officials in texas say they saw no signs of foul play. his family has opted not to do an autopsy on his body. >> daniel: frightening moment for pope francis during the trip to mexico. take a look here. he was shaking hands with the crowd when someone pulled his robe and knocked him on to child in wheelchair. no one got hurt but the pontiff
him and told everyone to stay calm. pope francis will wrap up his trip in mexico today. >> julie: sonogram picture warmed hearts around the world and pregnant mom who got devastating news will help comfort her through tough times. kansas mom was told one of them wouldn't survive but she is thankful she has a photo to remember him by and the baby got to experience some love in his life. >> most twins when she is trying to take pictures and stuff, they are kicking each other and hitting each other, and she said with our twins it just seemed like she was very protective over him. >> julie: she says the photo gives her comfort because he won't pass away alone. >> daniel: medical marijuana for treatment, it is controversy
>> i noy with 100% certainty this is helping my daughter when everything else fails. >> daniel: her daughter ashley suffered from seizures since she was five months old and credits drug for what she calls a 95% improvement. tonight at 10:00 crystal haynes talking about the challenge and why doctors consider the relief too risky. that's tonight on fox25 news at 10:00. >> julie: 9:48 and slow going on the expressway and head right around granite avenue and up to columbia road, even southbound lane had a stall at the o'neill tunnel and slowing things down there. 93 south a little sluggish as you approach somerville but zakim bridge and leverett connector starting to lighten up as you could see in the light pictures. over to live drive time, 12 minutes route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 25 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector and 23 minutes on 128
weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and what can we expect today. >> shiri: warm-up temperatures now and eliminating risk for black ice, last to watch at 10:00 in the morning and next couple minutes end up saying the worcester area. light wintery mix in the works friday night and saturday night and stronger storm that's developing here as we head into tuesday night and wednesday. i think that's probably going to but 30 some right now in boston with partly cloudy skies, temperatures working their way into the 40s this afternoon, and it will brighten up from time to time. so we got again the on and off clouds, we got the little disturbance coming through along with the clouds this morning and then we got the cold front back behind it but neither of them has very much. neither has very much umph, means 2:00 p.m., got partly sunny skies, still pretty quiet throughout, 40s on tap into the evening hours we go with slight increase in our clouds. as far as the chance for any
mountains into western most new england, central northern new england, locally going to get passing clouds as the front basically falls apart. it does drag cooler air into place and 43 today in boston and in plymouth 45 and norwood, 42 fitchburg up to manchester, new hampshire, 41 hyannis, overnight tonight we will drop it into the 20s, which is pretty typical for february and then tomorrow we got highs that will actually be below average, so high temperatures tomorrow, low to mid-30s so going to be just above freezing in boston, going to be around freezing in worcester and we do have the risk for more clouds and ocean effect snow shower over the cape and islands. so today i got 43 , partly cloudy, going to be all about the sunshine inland tomorrow, closer to the coast you get more clouds and slight risk for cape snow and slide into the weekend we have changes brewing as we head into the saturday forecast we will see the rain-snow mix
see how scattered and light it is. this really isn't a very potent storm but with high 49 , does mean we are going to be amply warm enough to get enough sprinkles and sunday start with sunshine, end with clouds and high of 48 , let's take a little town by town look at those weekend temperatures because there are a couple hot spots near 50 over the weekend. i got 50 in nashua, worcester, boston, down to foxborough on saturday followed by 49 in boston on sunday and 50 in plymouth. overnight though into monday morning we are going to have to watch out for another batch of light wintery mix and then for tuesday late chance for rain and snow transitioning likely rain on wednesday but there's still a ton to iron out with the storm about a week away. back to you guys.
garage at alewife station in cambridge. daredevils did tell us they run into trouble with police while they were filming. >> not ill intention. >> daniel: took a year to edit all the footage together. >> julie: red bull bring fluke to go featuring homemade machines which dive off 30-foot platform. some manage to fly for a few but that's rare and entries due by may 13th. julie: designed inspired by the cities. paris' logo called elegant and
rome was modeled out of the colseum and city of angels just that, l.a.'s slogan follow the sun and angel of the sunset. i like all of them. los angeles replaced boston for contender after boston pulled out. >> daniel: police say this guy stole little girl's birthday gift out of front porch in georgia. parents posted pictures of him online. the next morning the gifts were returned, dropped off at mailbox with note that said i'm sorry but that wasn't enough to deter place and they arrested police and accomplice a few hours later and looking for several other thefts in the area. >> daniel: toddler could be rolling in tesla. taking orders for 499-dollar car
spacious interior and trunk in front of the car and reach a top speed of 6 miles per hour. >> julie: trunk when they visit friend they can load it up. julie: family credited for saving lives. she went to lay down and border collie named abby felt strange. >> jumped up and took her head and lift up head with the nose. >> julie: when nicole got up to take the dog out she heard the carbon monoxide detecter going off. no one was hurt and looking for perfect treat to thank abby. >> daniel: doings do not get enough credit. they are extremely smart. >> shiri: cooler than yesterday and 50s, hello 40s
>> julie: watch the news at . a bride and groom get ready to rumble on the way to the wedding. >> i don't know what this guy could have been apart from by the way about his sister. >> see if he can convince her to get to the church on time. a guide leading skiers spots something and everybody stops. what's hiding in the snow that had them terrified. kids are riding high at the scottsdale arabian horse show where -- >> i got to see the most gorgeous horses i have ever seen. >> what happens when she finally high jacks the saddle. >> i love him.