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>> michael: if the signal problem could happen again. >> julie: take you live to d.c. as court gathers for the coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> julie: i'm julie grauert. >> sara: i'm sara underwood. happy friday. we are all excited about the weekend and beautiful but cold morning. bring on the sunshine, shiri. fox25 meteorologist shiri spear is in the stormtracker weather center. skies, 27 as you wake up in boston, 24 in worcester. warming up as we speak.
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melting very quickly off the mass norwood, even up to 26 now, bedford 24, 27 in nashua, new hampshire. gone above almost 20 this morning already in nashua. and you could see future cast here does carry us into the mid and upper 30s by about lunchtime today, still nice and bright, but in come the afternoon clouds for the drive home from work at 5:00 p.m., worcester 34 , boston 36. not too much of a difference. really count on middle 30s to get you home from work layer today, -- later today and this evening passing snow. range of highs with increasing afternoon clouds, a coating up to in couple spots, two inches of snow overnight. that is a brand-new future cast i'm going to break it down hour-by-hour coming up in a couple minutes. julie, let's get back to you for live drive time traffic. >> julie: top stories in the commuter world, been resolved, things back to normal for all the trains that serviced south
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as for the roads waiting to clear westbound, right before the pru and big apple by the ted williams tunnel and things still slow on 93 southbound as well, isreal over the zakim bridge especially where there's a backup and make way into the boston. 13 minutes route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 14 minutes on 93 or on the expressway rather from the braintree split to the pike, 43 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. >> sara: it is a relief to commuters bracing for a rough start to the weekend. fox25 michael henrich broke details at 5:30 this morning as we learned that things were fixed, and he has been following up all morning live from south station. good morning, michael. >> sara: . >> michael: good morning. senior director of operations talking about the idea they don't believe this was suspicious or malicious at all.
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about the computer issue that he says is to blame for messing up this signal and causing such widespread problems. that said, even as they investigate what took place and try to find the root cause, they do not believe this is likely to happen again. >> i don't think we are susceptible, complex interlocking that there's so much components that this is something we really didn't figure was the problem. immediately start checking power sources, relays, more common failure and it was through process of elimination that with support from our offices in philadelphia, communication and signal support from connecticut and rhode island, all came up
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come up with this as fiction. >> michael: back out live here to south station, on time, on time, on time. what relief to so many commuters coming in and big destination and big contrast from 24 hours ago and details that amtrak is talking about which we previously reported but go into them about how many workers it took to resolve very critical issue, reporting in south station, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> jessica: >> julie: the amtrak system that failed was upgrade that was supposed to keep from happening. governor baker called into us.
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went down in circumstances like this, reboot it and come back and that obviously didn't happen that's the part that we are going to want to talk to folks at amtrak about going forward. >> julie: they are focusing on getting through today's commute and focus on compensating later. we will send out breaking news all day on news app and i will continue to watch those drive times and monitor all their social immediate feeds to get you latest information. >> sara: new mom and baby in the hospital after being hit by a car. live at scene on humboldt avenue in roxbury with neighbors who saw this whole thing, catherine. >> catherine: yes, i also just checked in with boston police within the past hour. what they told me this morning they don't have update on mother and young daughter's conditions right now.
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condition last night. boston police also telling me no charges have been filed at this time against the driver, but they do say this is still an active investigation, and they are still looking into this trying to determine exactly what happened here. take a look at video because better sense of the scene as it was shortly after the crash. this is humboldt ave here in roxbury at martin luther king boulevard and this video was captured as police were investigating this crash. this happened quarter of 9:00 last night. according to police mother was crossing the street with five-month-old baby daughter in arms when hit by vehicle. police say the drive immediately got out of the car and tried to help the two. resident lives in apartment facing the scene and he describes what he saw. >> look out window and see body and infant right-hand side and girls unconscious and when ambulance came regained
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hands and moving and confident crying and no signs of life. >> catherine: again, at this time the police saying there's no update on condition, mother and daughter taken to boston medical center with head trauma and still an active investigation and will be able to follow the story on website at and also get the latest on news tonight at five and six. for now live here in roxbury, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> julie: classes at umass amherst will go on as normal as two men that were in campus wide scare. umass police had shelter in police order yesterday evening. sky fox over the campus as it was breaking during the news at 6:00 p.m. police say someone assaulted a student at 5:00. after incident callers said two attackers left the dorm and one was carrying the dorm. officers searched campus and men not found.
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in dorms and checked for updates on social media. >> i woke up and opened up my door and cops in the hallway. >> before i knew it alarms going off everywhere and emergency texts. >> julie: we will take you live to campus at 9:30. >> sara: new this morning before sunrise police had to use the jaws of life to get two people out of the car after crash in winthrop. after 4:30 car crashed into a cab and pinned the two people in the car inside. our photographer on scene says the car was wedged between a fence and fire hydrant. you can just see how bad the damage was to the cars. bog people were taken to area hospitals. no word on how serious the injuries are. sara: look at this video. driver managed to runaway from bad crash in leominster.
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police tried to pull him over but he sped away. few minutes later police found his car mangled split right in half. they eventually arrested him near the market basket in sears town mall. >> julie: police searching for man and woman trying to stab a police officer with a syringe. police are looking for michael gouthro and jacqueline murphy. they tried to pull them over and they say he tried to stab an officer. an officer lost control of car and crashed into two utility poles in chelsea. man that helped the officer described what he saw. >> i noy his leg was hurt because he wasn't able to walk. grabbed his leg and possession helping out and grab his arms and carried him over here disagree the honda the pair was driving was last seen in east boston and sent to mass general for cuts, bruises and concussion
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>> sara: a road rage incident leaves police to find a gun on local college campus. wellesley police say this is the gun found at mass bay community college. officers say student was involved in road rage incident on route 9. the victim said man threatened him with the gun. police used the license plate and suspect's car to determine that it was linked to student at mass bay. sara: these two facing charges accused of driving drunk in webster. a police officer was at gas station and saw the two hit a street sign. the woman was driving then while he watched as two got out, looked at the damage and then the man got him to the front seat and drove away. the officer caught up with them, they arrested them, they will be in court in april for charges of driving under the influence. >> julie: we track traffic and minutes. we do want to remind you that the commuter rail back up and running through south station, huge relief for many commuters
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cancellations affecting south station passengers. shiri? >> shiri: temperatures warming 24 outside right now, dump it up by another 2 in the next hour and by 11:00 a.m. hello 30s and break down when we hit the 40s, even 50s the next couple days coming up. >> sara: we have a lot more coming your way this morning, sports illustrated cover model and world champion fighter is fired up. why this photo of ronda rousey makes her so upset.
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>> sara: this weekend there will be services to honor justice antonin scalia. he is lying in. >> reporter: police officers at the court will carry as pallbearers and getting ready right now, don't know at you can see -- some of the supreme court officers are getting ready -- waiting for the hearse to show there and carry the casket into the court, into the great hall
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family nine children and they will have a private ceremony before they can pay respects to scalia and president and first lady will be here this afternoon as well. white house taking heat about the president not attending scalia's funeral tomorrow. white house citing security issues and says that instead vice president joe biden will step in. again, to let you know 15 minutes away from expecting the justice to arrive here at the court. reporting live in washington, jacqueline fell, fox25 news. >> julie: 2013 ethan couch convicted by juvenile judge of killing four people during a drunk driving crash in texas and only received probation because he said his rich parents made him irresponsible. however, he was accused of violating probation last year by attending a party where alcohol was served. if the case is moved to adult
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to 120 days in jail for the probation violation. >> sara: teenager facing felony charges for impersonating a senate. ohio teen came up with elaborate scheme, came up weeks ago in the senate's aid and couldn't make it to class and gave the 45 minute speech himself. the school had no idea tehada had been duped until the senator returned a few weeks later and school official say they will be more careful now about who they allow inside now on. >> military veterans abandoned by crisis center when need them the most. vets are being put on hold or transferred to voice mail when they call suicide hotline run by the d.a. investigators received several complaints from vets. the hotline is based in upstate new york and supposed to operate 24/7. the d.a. is taking steps to improve operations at the hotline.
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not feel like it some days, most days, average adults in massachusetts gets more sleep than rest of the country. 65.5% of adults in massachusetts reported sleeping seven hours or more each night. the national average was 64.9%. overall researchers say one in three americans don't get enough sleep. not enough shut eye can lead to obesity, heart disease and stroke. if you're one of the few people that get too much sleep and cdc found no evidence that sleeping more than nine hours a night can cause any health problems. julie: taking look at commute this morning, and big relief to receive the news at 5:30 that the signal failure was resolved and norm operations resumed on the commuter rail for everyone that uses south station tease been back up and running. only delays i'm seeing are on other lines and because of issues not related to this signal outage.
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the pike westbound has cleared. 93 south still a little bit sluggish through somerville. and you can see high volume on connector. here are live drive times, 12 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 13 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike, 32 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. shiri, cool temperature to start the day and then while you're sleeping tonight, there may be some falling snow. >> shiri: that's right. most coming into town while sleeping and you're right, going to be a couple of rain drops and get a nice break and even warming temperatures into the weekend. so right now clear and cold. we got patchy overnight snow, 50s back to the weekend. yes, i said 50s. both days, by the way, close to 50 . 27 the temperature at right now and at least get to double that by the weekend. wind chill of 20 out there because there was a little bit of wind, but we go up to 37 by 1:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m. 38 , so seeing highs close to 40 in
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after sunshine for the first half of the day, in come the afternoon clouds. upper 30 boston down to plymouth, lawrence 40, portsmouth, new hampshire 35, hyannis 35 , 37 worcester but 40 in fitchburg this afternoon. so got all of this warm air that's attached to the system that's coming into town. in fact, as the warm air travels over the lakes here, it is stirring up ocean -- lake effect snow showers, but it is the very same warm air going to push into place overnight tonight and that's also why we see a change from snow to rain during the overnight hours when temperatures will actually be warming for a period. see 1:00 p.m. we start pulling in the clouds tonight, i want to pause things though 10:00 this evening, look at that, got the first indications of some snow, so if you're out there late enough tonight, there's chance you will see a little accumulation deal with slippery roads, expected to be more intense further north you go and going to keep most of the
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worcester and see a little bit of stickier best bet coming through boston through 10:00 p.m. and 2:00 a.m. in there a band of snow expected and we could get another band of snow or rain by early tomorrow morning. it is making the changeover from 4:00 a.m. to 7:00 a.m., south to north here, see things switching over to rainrea -- really coming to an end and coating edge of snow south of the pike to north of the pike and coating two inches of snow depending where we get the quick brief burst of heavier snow tonight. 50 tomorrow in boston, 49 on sunday, 48 tomorrow in plymouth, 53 on sunday. we got upper 40s both days in worcester, we get up to about 50 in nashua, new hampshire, 55 on sunday in foxborough. i mean to me it is sounding pretty darn good but we have some gusty winds tomorrow morning, winds from the south are going to help warm us up and gusting anywhere 20 miles miles per hour inland and 30 and 40 miles per hour rack out
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7:00 a.m. tomorrow morning, we have a little bit of patchy rain, out of here by nine or ten, get midday partial sun. not going to promise you bright blue skies. there will be quite a bit of cloud cover hanging tight over the weekend, and we get saturday evening sprinkles or flurries north. that's where we going to come into play after 5:00 p.m. tomorrow. then as we head into sunday, on and off clouds continue, we will see uptick in that cloud cover as we go through the day. 7-day forecast with weekend always in view. by monday morning want to warn you now that we do have some snow potential in the morning. it is not set in stone, but you could see we have a decent blast of snow here impacting the monday morning commute. it is far too early to talk totals. i just want to make you aware of that so you can plan accordingly, and we got even bigger storm system here tuesday night into wednesday with possibility of heavy rain and perhaps heavy snow inland.
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>> julie: talk to you soon, shiri. scary crash on camera and how this landing on the water may have saved lives. plus walking runway at 11 years old. next why this girl stole i feel too young to be this old. i just want to be her mom, not her full-time job.
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>> sara: look at how close the cell phone and driver was supposed to stop at least 15 feet from the track, open the door and look and listen for a train and school district says they fired the driver. however, the driver's daughter posted on facebook that her mother resigned. she says her mother was a dedicated driver for 20 years and was bullied by the students. >> julie: this morning ronda rousey posting photo shopped image. she appeared on talk show earlier this week and posted this side by side. this picture, the one on the left, is real. that's the real one. picture on the right in the split screen is the one that was photo shopped. you can see the arm, face and stolen are a lot thinner. rhonda says the picture goes against everything they believes in and extremely proud of her body and apologized to the fans
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shopped image and gotten more than 2,000 likes on instagram. >> sara: she is perfect and isn't a giant difference but good for her. gene: >> sara: lady gaga sings, acts and here she is with mark jacobs and designer duds right up gaga's ally. not a fan of thisis -- this look, gaga. >> julie: wonder what her real hair looks like. >> sara: so beautiful. >> julie: beautiful custom red dress at new york fashion week and looks february lass and dress was made in less than 24
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his designs worn by beyonce and eva longoria. >> sara: good job for everyone that made it possible. >> julie: check in with shiri. >> shiri: that's warm story. not so warming in central new england and temperatures around 40 with mix of rain and snow. bright and warmer and take look at local highs for the weekend next. >> jessica: umass amherst students waking up after a terrifying night last night. >> it was definitely very scary locked in the rooms and not knowing exactly what was going on. >> jessica: we are hearing
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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. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> sara: how about happy thoughts this friday morning. shiri tweeted this a little while ago and all the countdowns looking forward to. 22 days until daylight savings time, 30 days until the first day of spring. boston marathon is 59 days. good luck if training. memorial day 101 days away which means summer is just around the
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>> shiri: spring 29 days. spring like temperatures heading into the weekend and doesn't get from ton of sunshine and things looking better as we go and there's the spring countdown and we have 22 days until we turn the clock ahead in and we spring forward when we start talking about spring and changing the temperatures about 4 cooler. right now than they were in boston than they were yesterday. current conditions 27 in boston, 24 in lawrence, 24 in worcester, 20 in jaffrey, new hampshire where we got upper 20s across the south shore as well and day planner looks like this, noon time temperature 36 and nice and sunny still and increase with clouds as we head toward 3:00 p.m. today, 40 , at 7 though going to bring us the clouds, going to hold back on any time of snow until we hit
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that we are talking minor accumulation a closer look at that in just a couple minutes. >> julie: >> julie: amtrack resolved and all trains are arriving and departing back on regular schedule. otherwise volume pretty light. we have an accident right off of 128 as you can see little red icon not affecting or impacting the volume on 128 right now and light volume through brighton and 24 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave, 12 minutes on the expressway from the brittain split to the pike and 28 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. >> sara: commuters waking up to pleasant surprise, signal problem caused widespread delays was fixed. michael henrich continues team
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where, michael, you learned doesons of engineers spent time repairing the problem. thank goodness. >> michael: between 50 and 60, some came as far away as philadelphia in order to work on problem. all in all they were working on it for more than 24 hours but the end result is that that board gets to say on time today as opposed to undergoing massive delays and reroutes like everybody had to deal with yesterday morning all throughout the evening commute as well. i want to show you a picture once again tweeted out by the mbta spokesperson showing actual signal run and owned by amtrak that broke down early yesterday morning. amtrak engineers were responsible for fixing this problem, and amtrak's superintendent of operations told me 30 minutes ago it was a
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control room to lose connection and connection with all the switches involved down on the ground. that led to some manual switching being required but they simply couldn't keep up with the volume and that's why they had to bring everybody to other stations and most everybody to other stations. all commuters very relieved this has been involved, some more forgiving than others and started driving into this morning into the city to get to work and around 5:30 when we broke the news, she and her husband heard, ended up stopping at train station. >> very happy, very happy. it was fine. it started driving in and going to take the train and everything was working so got on the train.
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operations told me repeatedhy doesn't think anything malicious or suspicious happened and doesn't believe it is likely this problem would resurface, the fact is they don't know exactly what caused this issue. he put on hard hat and went to restricted area about 20 minutes ago in order to continue the investigation. that's something he says that could take through the weekend to find out what exactly caused this major problem. so we will continue to work on finding that out and finding that information out from them to give to you so that everybody knows exactly what happened here and stay on it and make sure it doesn't happen again. for now reporting live to boston south station, michael henrich fox 25 news. >> sara: a lot of flak for something tweeted just the day before and this morning she is coming clean in clever new post. leslie tweeted this just a little while ago. she says she prayed transport gods last night and swore she
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american airlines if commuter rail service was restored. on tweeted at airline multiple times on wednesday when her flight was delayed, the irony was on her. the next day the transportation company she worked for had disastrous. we will send out anything on news app if anything happens. >> julie: classes going on as normal at umass campus and hours after every building put on lockdown. two strangers got into a dorm with a gun. jessica reyes at police headquarters on campus this morning and those guys still at large, jess. >> jessica: they are shaken and spoke to media around 8:30 this morning and they should have a statement for us within the next half hour to hour or
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all they really want this morning are answers. >> it was definitely very scary being locked in our rooms and not knowing exactly what was going on or where the suspects were. >> jessica: massive police response at umass amherst after two men with guns assault a student inside the pier pont dorm. >> tons of cops coming in, fire trucks, ambulances. >> jessica: it all started 5:15 last night saying they got several calls about a suspect seen running from the dorm with the gun. >> umass students they were here from out of town to target this particular student. >> jessica: shelter across campus and students telling us the whole ordeal was terrifying. >> saw a facebook post where my friend told me she actually went to the nearest building and hid in the closet. >> jessica: the victim had injury to a head and taken to
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he is expected to survive but this morning all students here want is answers. >> definitely really scary. >> jessica: once again we are expecting the update from police here and media relations department at 10:00 hour and as soon as we have information we will bring it to you here and online. live in amherst, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: police searching for man accused of killing a woman inside a apartment complex. arrest warrant has been issued for kenneth manning of malden. manning is armed and dangerous. he has several tattoos including cross on his back. manning is accused of stabbing 36-year-old colleen russell. her body was found on monday inside the cliff side apartments in malden. >> julie: investigators looking to find a cause on deadly house fire. it happened at seaside home on ellisville road.
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drude, was found dead in the entryway, and state fire marshal says this is not considered suspicious. >> sara: man and six-year-old daughter were killed in august when tent collapsed in lancaster there was a severe storm in the area at the time of the tragedy. a new report says walker international events failed to properly put up the tent and ignored severe weather warnings. other hazards also put circus employees at risk for electric shock, burns and cuts. >> julie: big traffic story has remained and system failure was resolved on amtrack. normal operations resumed, so commuters were able to access south station. shiri? >> shiri: we have snow coming back into the picture tonight kind of late, looking at 10:00 tonight or later. changes over to rain and see we
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i'm going to take you through it hour-by-hour next. >> sara: pharmacy theft doesn't go as planned. how timing kept the bad guy bloodied and bruised. first fox25 investigates uncovered new information about a local school bus driver
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>> julie: take a look at this, three of the five passengers went to the hospital and police say family of four were among those on board. witness says the pilot likely saved their lives by crashing into the water. >> if hit on hand, a lot of people standing there and pulled into the water and control of the flame but looked like he was trying to not land on land and original landing area there and people standing there looking at all the different sites there. >> julie: still no word what caused the crash and national transportation safety board send team to crash site to investigate. >> sara: 40,000 acres of land burning across oklahoma this morning. this as intense gusty winds follow a record heat spell that dried up grass and brush. winds at 40 miles per hour helping to spread the flames. firefighters said no one was killed or hurt but number of
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and take a look at this video. wind causes mini tornados of fire in missouri. raging. it has made it difficult to fight. national weather service of kansas city asking people to avoid any controlled burns and dispose cigarette butts properly. >> julie: this morning fox25 investigates uncovered new concerns about a school bus driver accused of driving drunk and crashing in dudley. all the children made it out safely but police arrested the driver. fox25 robert goulston reveals why some believe this wasn't the first time the driver was drunk on the job. >> robert: scott poirier accused of being over four times the legal limit after he backed a bus into a utility pole. this student wanted his identity
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>> there was a lot of things, slurred speech. >> robert: multiple reports sense the crash about him drinking on the job and looking at activities before, during and after thent as it relates to the offense and open to anyone that may have information to add and we will be in contact with the involved agency if the situation warrants. the school bus company employee believes the bus company did not respond to previous reports. >> children on buses so they need to keep the kids savain, that's the inub one goal, and i don't think they have been doing this. >> robert: first students say that's not the case issuing this statements and we have not issued any drinking and driving reports about the driver, we have zero tolerance for the behavior and have initiated the termination process for him because this is an ongoing investigation and cannot comment further on the case. we tried poirier at his home. a man did answer when we called but hung up.
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concerns in hopes it changes procedures. >> they need to are report it more so not taken into their own hands. >> robert: we reached out to dudley to see if they got previous reports but we have not heard back. robert robert goulston, fox25 news. >> sara: satellite picture senator under investigation. last night the cameras were there when brian joyce left milton and fox25 was first to break the news federal agents raiding joyce's canton law offices. the fbi did not say what it was about, only it was a joint investigation with the i.r.s. in an interview with fox25 sharman sacchetti, senate president stanley rosenberg says the calls for joyce's resignation are premature. >> do you think brian joyce ought to resign. >> the investigation is ongoing.
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process. >> sara: joyce has stepped aside from leadership positions and forgoing the extra $15,000 that comes with them. last year joyce made $75,000 in his job as state senator. >> julie: 9:47 looking at traffic and amtrack signal failure brought you news at 5:30 and commuter rain has been up and servicing south station and commuter trains through south station. there you go, another alert amtrak signal has been repaired. seeing accident one off 128 in the waltham area, other on 93 south as you approach the zakim bridge. overall volume though so light as you can see here through by the way and accidents aren't having a huge impact on drive times. right now drive times hold right here, 23 minutes on the pike from 495 to mass ave, 12 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike, 24
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the leverett connector. meteorologist shiri spear joining us. shiri, shot of the pike you see just how bright and sunny it was this morning. >> shiri: gorgeous looking morning, sunshine on top through the daylight hours today, we will find clouds increasing though this afternoon leading to a little bit snow overnight and for tomorrow warm enough that we get a couple of rain showers around the whole thing. not a lot of snow tonight though we are talking south of the pike about coating of snow, coating to two inches possibly north the mass pike, but it all depends where we get a couple burst of heavier snow showers. right now 20 in boston, with the sunshine in place, the winds not all that strong today, i expect winds to stay at or under 10 miles per hour. so instead of talking wind chills we are just talking plain old temperatures. 34, by 1:00 37 and this afternoon top out in upper 30s and start pulling in the cloud late in the day, eventually leading to the little bit of snow out there, but you can see
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beverly, boston, down to plymouth, 40 in bedford, 41 in norwood, 40 in farve, but the 30s again in worcester and keene and in portsmouth, new hampshire. future cast though really pumping in the morning sunshine. you could see clouds beginning to creep in this afternoon and initially they will be high and thin and thicken up as we have the evening commute and not until tonight we start seeing the snow showers out there and here is the thing, it is not going to snow all night long. we got a couple bands of snow in the forecast here that could quickly coat the roadways though just want you to be careful if you're late night traveler but with wind coming from the south and gusting 20, 30, even 40 miles per hour, strongest across the coast and cape, we have a lot of warm air being transported into place. that will cause a change from rain -- from snow to rain to happen frost south to north, between forrure and 7:00 tomorrow morning. we still have a little bit of mixing mixing in higher elevations when
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enough mostly a couple rain drops out of it and when you wake up in the morning whole first system moves out by 10:00 a.m., get wedge here of partly sunny skies the middle of the day before the clouds come back here and saturday evening and got to bring chance for a little bit of rain out there and even faare north and west of boston couple flurries. by the time you get up on sunday morning it is going to be partly sunny, it is going to stay partly sunny. clouds may thicken up a little bit but i will keep the sunday forecast nice and dry, 50 tomorrow in boston followed by 49 on sunday. upper 30s both days in worcester and concord, new hampshire. hartford, connecticut, how about 50s down there. 7-day forecast with weekend always in view. now, as we have gone through the morning hours there, monday system is looking a little more substantial. we are not ready to talk specific numbers yet because there's some room for changes that you can see that we do get monday morning snow, that would
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monday morning commute. another one moves in tuesday night into wednesday with again the possibility of some heavy rain and heavy snow. please stay tuned as we fine-tune that part of the forecast. back to you guys. >> julie: find millions of light years from earth and why it has mess marised scientists. >> sara: see the worst place
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>> sara: pharmacist boyfriend standing by and when there was a robber there he went on the attack. see from the suspect's mugshot you can see how much damage he caused. the boyfriend boxer said it broke his heart a little to have a drug addict. >> i did what i had to do to protect the person i loved.
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and hope. >> sara: they ask others not to do the same thing because it can be dangerous. >> new version two pilots and six passengers and reach more than 600 miles -- 60 miles off the ground. test flights on new ship will take place later this year in mojave desert. hundreds of people made 250,000-dollar deposits on the ride in the ship. >> sara: it is hard to tell but bright light is black hole 300 million light years away from earth. nasa says it is giant and factor it is 21 billion times the size of the sun. this is a special view for visitors. called firewall and happens only around this time of the year. the optical illusion looks like
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park rangers say it is actually the sun glowing through waterfall. the angle of the sun has to be just right which happens only for a couple weeks in february and when it does, the park website says it is a bonanza for photographers. >> julie: website getting attention if donald trump elected president. >> hi, americans. trump may be the president of your country. if that happens you need to get out of there, might i suggest moving to cape rhetten island. >> got questions about people who are very seers about moving to cape rhett in canada if the candidate because president in november. >> julie: gronkowski and
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it is party ship. apparently provide island in the bahamas and free photo with gronk and perfect trip for pats fans. guys, do you have plans. this weekend going to gronk island? >> sara: >> shiri: guarantee way too wild for me. >> sara: you know how psyched people will be? let's talk about this weekend. >> shiri: snow tonight and weekend warm-up.
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we're living in a very competitive global economy, and if we are going to succeed, we need the best-educated workforce in the world. we should be making public colleges and universities tuition-free. we're going to pay for it with a tax on wall street speculation. the taxpayers of this country bailed out wall street. it is time for them to start helping the middle class of this country. i'm bernie sanders
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a company in hot pursuit of a suspect. >> stopped for a parole violation. wasn't having any of it. >> see the crazy moment he's cornered, and still finds a way out. [ bleep ]. >> he is in pretty bad shape. pup. put down. >> just wait until you see the result. a shocked dad gets a new corvette from his son. >> happy birthday, dad. >> find out why this kid's got that kind of dough. plus, the buzzword for your shot at a new ipad mini and an


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