Skip to main content

tv   FOX 25 Weekend Morning News  FOX  February 21, 2016 6:00am-10:00am EST

6:00 am
>> we just won nevada! my campaign. >> heather: the changing face of the presidential candidate and the state all of the candidates are focusing on next. >> blair: a loaded gun hidden in the very spot a baby sleeps. what police are searching for when they found the gun. coming up. >> complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is fox 25 morning news. >> thanks for watching the fox 25 morning news. it is 6 a.m., on this sunday, february 21st, i'm daniel miller. >> heather: i'm heather hegedus. and what a difference a week makes. remember, we were sitting here last week, it was minus 9 degrees. you and i were talking about how cold it was, you throw the hot water in the air and watch it. and jason brewer in the meteorologist weather center, looking at another run at 50 again today. i love it. >> jason: exactly.
6:01 am
50 degrees. not going to move the stick a whole lot today. what you see is what you get. we'll take it in february. 45 plymouth, 49 degrees in boston. and 42 in worcester. winds are gusting a bit because we do have a front coming through right now. that's why we keep temperatures fairly steady today. temperatures hovering right around 49, 50 degrees throughout the morning and stay there through the afternoon. so it's a mild day. check out this disturbance here back across the ohio valley. that has the possibility of some rain and change over to snow. i'll highlight those areas for you coming up. >> heather: police are on the hunt for an suv. they're remaining tight lipped right now about exactly why. >> daniel: an warning has been issued for an suv out lander, massachusetts place with the number you see there on your screen. to be clear, you're looking at an example of the suv from mitt
6:02 am
>> heather: fox stephanie coueignoux is live at the revere police department. the be on the look outcomes as police are looking for another car from this past week. >> reporter: and in just the last 10 minutes, heather, we did talk with the revere police chief, and he tells us that he believes these two cases could be connected. and right now he believes the suspect in the first car could've switched cars to that blue mitsubishi. i want to get you to two photos of the suspects that police are looking for. this is michael goot throw and jacqueline murphy. goot throw was driving a car here in revere on thursday. that's when an officer pulled him over. that's when goot throw tried to stab the officer with a syringe. and then he sped off. the officer followed him into chelsea but eventually lost control of his cruiser. you're taking some look at some
6:03 am
poles he crashed into. he was seriously injured. but he is expected to recover. and, again, police never caught that couple. you just saw that information about that blue mitsubishi. we're going to put it on your screen again. if you do see the couple, police say, if you do see that car, do not approach them, because they could be dangerous. but immediately call police. and coming up in 30 minutes, we looked into both suspects criminal histories. we'll have more details on that coming up in 30 minutes. for now, live in revere, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> daniel: republican front-runner donald trump secured his second win last night in the south carolina primary. coming out on top in all but two tallies and scooping up all of the state's delegates. marco rubio edged out ted cruz by less than 2%. the race couldn't be called
6:04 am
their numbers. the john kasich and jeb bush trade way behind ending in single digits. bush has now suspended his campaign. >> heather: as for thethdras, in a tight contest, hillary clinton has been declared the vote. the margin could change a little bit as there are still a few more votes that need to be morning. that is the final in nevada. clinton's victory may not be exactly what she was hoping for. >> reporter: the balloting started at 7 a.m. in south carolina, but the contest out results. hillary clinton entered nevada democratic caucuses in a tight battle with bernie sanders and came out on top. >> i am so-so thrilled and so grateful to all of my supporters out there. some may have doubted us. but we never doubted each other. >> reporter: but the margin of
6:05 am
perhaps the campaign hoped. bernie sanders noted how he's been playing catch up. >> what this entire campaign has been about is the issue of momentum, the issue of bringing more than and more people into the political process. >> reporter: from first in the west to first in the south. donald trump led by double digits in most polls headed into saturday's contest, then he posted his second victory of 2016 republican race. >> let's go, let's have a big scc. let's put this away. >> reporter: jeb bush, the one time front-runner, help from his not enough. >> the people have spoken and i really respect their decision. so tonight, i am suspending my campaign. >> reporter: next up, the republican party caucuses in
6:06 am
the democrats come here to south carolina for their first in the south primary next saturday. in columbia south carolina, i'm caron case sum. >> daniel: down to the final four, kasich isn't letting last night's fourth place finish dampen his spirits. he was in new england as the south carolina primary was on the way. and last night, he saidist going to continue fighting for the nomination. >> and we're going to march with the people. >> daniel: he also took a moment to acknowledge jeb bush and the bush family for their service to the country. he is hoping to endollar charlie baker, now that chris christie, race. >> heather: 7 people, including a 14-year-old girl are dead after a random shootings in kalamazoo michigan.
6:07 am
person of interest into cut. they were killed three different locations including a cracker barrel restaurant. two of the victims were a father and son looking at cars at a car dealership. at this hour, police say the shootings do all appear to be related. >> daniel: also developing this morning, fbi terrorism experts are investigating the shootings of two new york city police officers. the officers were shot while responding to reports of gun fire in brooklyn early yesterday morning. a man was shot after he fired on the officers. was taken to the hospital but this morning, his condition is not being released. fbi agents believe the shooter has extremist ties. the two officers shot are expected to be okay. >> heather: boston police sharing a photo with us, showing the disturbing place that police officers found a loaded hand gun. right there, police were searching a home on dorchester street, when they found that gun resting in a baby's bassinet.
6:08 am
both people in the home were arrested and charged with drug trafficking. >> daniel: two college students arrested after police say they stabbed one of their classmates. it happened in durham new hampshire. matthew gibbons and eric denning was arrested after a 20-year-old man was found stabbed several times. all three are nh students. they're expected in court tomorrow. the victim is expected to survive. this morning, the state police are investigating a car crash that killed a 68 groton woman.
6:09 am
>> heather: raging flames tore through that former manufacturing mill for hours. one witness describing it as a fireball. building was only being used for storage. they managed to save a neighboring mill, which houses buildings such as a fitness club. also critical medical records from a neighboring kidney center. >> able to get the records out of there to provide them to the dialysis center to make sure it didn't affect their treatment. >> heather: that kidney center expected to open this morning. also caught on fire last summer after being hit by lightning. >> daniel: still no order on this house fire in natick, killing a 73-year-old woman inside. it happened on east central street. it was spotted yesterday morning by an off duty fire lieutenant on his way to work. he noticed smoke coming from the house as he drove by. he said the color of the fire didn't look normal for a chimney or wood stove fire. so he stopped and assessed the
6:10 am
>> i conducted a primary search of the basement and the first floor. just screaming and yelling, too. i didn't hear any response from anybody. and into the basement and first floor were clear. i tried to make the second floor, halfway up the stairs but the smoke was banking down. i turned around to breathe. >> daniel: the name of the victim has not been released. the 12th fire death in the commonwealth this year. there were no working smoke detectors inside the home. >> heather: the final calls for doomed el faro ship were played today in front of a panel. the captain overheard saying, quote, the clock is ticking, as that ship takes on water. the ship sank during a hurricane in the bahamas back in october. everyone on board, including three crew members from massachusetts died. >> daniel: a local gas station forced to close after an suv went crashing into a pillar right next to the gas pumps. coming up, the malfunction that
6:11 am
>> heather: plus it may seem like a small item. >> obviously, the reason i'm stopping you is because placard. >> heather: but some say these it's not just about issuing parking tickets. coming up next, the project the money from those placards make possible. >> jason: i'm tracking a front
6:12 am
tell you what i the new caramel macchiato from dunkin' donuts. let hand-crafted layers of espresso, milk, and a caramel-flavored swirl uplift your mood. indulge in a hot or iced macchiato today.
6:13 am
6:14 am
>> heather: a local gas station forced to close after this crash. a driver was pulling in to get gas at the cumberland farms in fitchburg last night when the pedal got stuck and the suv slammed into a road bearing column. on scene short time later trying to inspect that damage there. the gas station, we're told, is back open this morning. >> daniel: hundreds of drivers busted each year for cheating their way to a better parking space. the state says they are abusing the disdisability placards and taking spots from people who truly need them. sharman sacchetti tracks how one community is tracking down and how the state plans to stay on top of the problem. >> reporter: we road along with
6:15 am
a couple of hours and it didn't take long to stop them. >> obviously the reason i'm stopping you is this placard. >> reporter: he finds this driver is using a dead woman's disability placard to get better parking at the burlington mall. a quick search back at the car, he finds the owner of the placard has actually been dead for five years. >> obituary is from june of 2011. potentially five years someone could be using this plaque card. >> reporter: it's a hefty fine, $505 for misusing plus another fine for a total of $705. he takes the plaque card away before her and shows us, it's just one of dozen over the last couple of years, doing this kind of enforcement. some photocopied, some have the dates changed. others replace the pictures. >> they made their own? >> they made their own. >> reporter: taxpayer are not left on the, look.
6:16 am
>> reporter: the coordinator of the disability access collection. he tells us, it's a good deal for the city. >> from july 1st, until now, the disability access commission has collected $45,000 to go toward the handicap parking fund. >> reporter: the program is funded through the parking tickets that we issue. all of the money from the parking tickets go to the disability access commission. >> reporter: with the money from the citations the disability access commission was able to improve access here on the burlington town common and also pay for two handicap parking spots in front of town hall across the street. back in 2011. the attorney general put out what he calls i abuse across boston. in fact, the state issued more than 1,000 violations in the past three years for placard abuse. one of the recommendings the report made, a task force. we learned it's now meeting four times a year and plans to issue
6:17 am
and town can crack down on this type of fraud. also backing a bill that will raise fines. >> we feel as though penalties need to be stiffer. >> reporter: the they are looking at potentially redesigning them as well to make it easier to spot fraud. in burlington, sharman sacchetti, fox 25 news. >> now your local forecast from meteorologist jason brewer and the fox 25 storm tracker weather team. go. check this out. right now it's 45 degrees in boston. not much warmer today, but not cooler either. steady temperature day. southern new england. a front moving in now making all of the difference. yesterday, by the way, 60 officially at the logan airport. the record is 68. not quite there. we have a west wind coming through here.
6:18 am
next front that's passing by. so it's a bit breezy. we see those wind gusts running 25 boston, 28 worcester right now. we do have the breeze coming through. but, again, that's that front passing through that's going to keep our temperatures falling down or rising too much today. so let's go ahead and look at some of the other numbers. some of the cooler readings right now for the cape and islands, upper 30s and low to mid 40s. but you get to the north and west, a bit milder here, boston, waltham, woburn all in the upper 40s right now. and back here to the west, typically a little colder than the rest of us, but today, not too bad out the door, low to mid 40s, from town send, shoes bury at 40 degrees. here's your ipswich sunday, a mix of clouds and sun. temperatures coming into the mid and upper 40s throughout the better part of the afternoon. and not a drastic drop after dark tonight. a bit breezy as another system
6:19 am
plymouth, temperatures hovering around 50 degrees, noon to 2:00 and then after dark, plymouth, a chance of some rain moving in. but the balance of your sunday looking great. there are those high temperatures today, running in the lower 50s for places like norwood and framingham in the upper 40s around hyannis, slightly cooler to the knot west, where a few extra clouds will be hanging around. our temperature trend does go down. we knew this couldn't last too long. our average high is 40 now. we were at 60 yesterday. tomorrow back in the upper 30s, closer to normal, really, for this time of the year. there goes one front today. a few clouds building in later in the day. here comes a lull, right by the south coastline. most of this is going to stay to our south as the lull passes by. but while we're sleeping, plymouth county, the cape and islands, the chance of rain moving in, possibly changing to snow, looks like an inch or less, as far as any accumulations that could result. doesn't look like a problem for the morning drive.
6:20 am
continues to filter right back in. so we're back to seasonably start to the week. and then on tuesday, it's really going to be late. where we have a chance for some snow to build in as our next weather maker starts to move in. so the snow, ice, rain, this week, tuesday night, 12340 chance, wednesday, changing over to freezing rain, parts of the area could still be under freezing rain on wednesday night. well north and west. and then it's all rain as we get into thursday. there's the seven-day forecast. lots to talk about this week. but right now, accumulations limited with a threat for that ice and heavy wind swept rain through the middle part of the week. heather and daniel. >> heather: a lot to look out for. this morning, people in fiji are cleaning up as the strongest storm ever recorded in the southern atmosphere, a cyclone slamming that pacific nation with winds of more than 180 miles an hour saturday. that's the equivalent of a
6:21 am
that storm brought heavy flooding, flattening trees and knocking out power across that nation. now forecasters are worried about land slides from those heavy rains. they're only reporting one death from the storm. called to serve, a local woman bound for basic training, with only one thing holding her back, a car lease that her bank wouldn't let her out of. >> you're not helping someone that's in the military protecting you. >> heather: coming up, the action the bank is taking now after we started making calls. >> daniel: plus, remembering a tragedy that claimed the lives
6:22 am
6:23 am
how f how much protein does your dog food have? 18%? 20? nutrient-dense purina one true instinct with real salmon and tuna has 30% protein. support your active dog's whole body health
6:24 am
. >> daniel: 6:24 right now. it was a somber day for friends and family the victims of the deadly station nightclub fire 13 years ago yesterday. 100 people killed, 200 others hurt. when pyrotechnics caused a massive fire at the nightclub during a great white concert. the victims of the memorial
6:25 am
easier. >> it still hurts as much today as it did 13 years ago. i think the biggest thing everyone needs to remember, we're never going to forget. >> daniel: it's $400,000 short of their 2 million dollar goal. they're hoping the memorial mr. will be completed this fall. >> heather: the former subway sentence. they say fogle never abused children and prostitutes he had sex with were near legal age. he pleaded guilty to child exploitation and distribution of child porn. ankle bracelets they can track inmates placed under arrest or parole. but fox 25 investigates undercovered as many as 700 of those devices are cut or tampered with each year. the victim advocates says that's far too many. >> my clients telling me that
6:26 am
probation just called and said the guy cuts bracelet off. isn't that per se proof that it's not working. >> we have been working on this story for you for months. we've been asking how many offenders are captured and how many are still missing. tonight at 10, see why one lawmaker isn't happy with our findings and is now calling for change. >> daniel: a white barely visible in the water. coming up. what we're working to find out about this car that crashed in the water. >> jason: temperatures in the 40s in most locations. i'll tell you what it means for the rest of your weekend and when we can see rain and snow straight ahead.
6:27 am
asking for your help in it' s a taste so bold, yet so smooth, it could only be called, black silk, from folgers. a taste you could enjoy, fresh brewed, or one cup at a time. black silk, from folgers. (church bell) (bear growls) r(burke) smash and grub. r seen it. covered it. we know a thing or two because we've seen a thing or two. we are farmers. bum-pa-dum,
6:28 am
hi dad. uh huh. yeah...sorry about that. think about it there must be higher love down in the heart what do you think? and in the stars above hi ted, glad you could join us, re going to like these numbers. bring me a higher love i could rise above dear fellow citizen, i know how it feels to save for retirement and college - times two. i get that it can be overwhelming, because i' m living it. but i always tell people - saving' s not that complicated. you just have to work with what you have. if you have a question about saving, ask me. sincerely, alex payne.
tv-commercial
6:29 am
the world a president has to grapple with. sometimes you can't even imagine. that's the job. and she's the one who's proven she can get it done. ...securing a massive reduction in nuclear weapons... ...standing up against the abuse of women... ...protecting social security... ...expanding benefits for the national guard... ...and winning health care for 8 million children... the presidency is the toughest job in the world and she's the one who'll make a real difference for you. i'm hillary clinton and i approved this message. . complete new england
6:30 am
this is fox 25 morning news. >> heather: well, the results are in. and a pair of winners declared. donald trump waking up this morning as the winner of the south carolina primary while hillary clinton is celebrating her victory in the nevada caucuses. >> daniel: meanwhile the republican field lost another candidate. jeb bush announcing last night he is jumping out of the race to the white house. good morning, it is 6:30 on this sunday, february 21st. i'm daniel miller. >> heather: i'm heather hegedus. next on the candidates ahead. first, let's talk about the weather we've been having lately. amazing. let's talk with jason brewer. you are in the weather center. and you are talking about one that could impact us tonight and another one this week as well. >> jason: right now relatively calm, 60 degrees yesterday officially. today, not quite as balmy, but it will be fairly comfortable. what you see right now, a lot of what you'll see throughout the
6:31 am
a front coming in, keeping temperatures steady. 49 right now in boston. the winds are gusting a bit. 25, 28 miles per hour, because this front is coming through. a breezy day, but look at these numbers, holding steady right around 50, to 51, 9 in the morning, through 3:00 this afternoon. overnight rain and snow. system gathering back to our west, time it out for you, best chance coming up. >> heather: developing this morning, police are on the hunt for an suv. right now they're remaining tight lipped about exactly why they're looking for this suv. >> daniel: take a look at this information on the screen here, an alert for a mitt sue beer see out lander. to be clear, you're looking at an example of the mitsubishi from the website. >> heather: stephanie coueignoux joins us now live
6:32 am
i know you've been working all morning long this comes as they're looking for another car. >> reporter: this morning, the revere police chief told us he believes these two cases could be connected. this all started here in revere on thursday. that's when police say an officer pulled the driver over. that driver then attacked the officer. and sped off. i want to show you some mug shots. these are the people that revere police are now looking for. this is michael guthrow and jacqueline murphy. guthrow we found out is wanted on four outstanding warrants and murphy wanted on one. police say guthrow was driving the car here in revere when that officer pulled him over. that's when guthrow tried to stab the officer with a syringe. he then sped off, the officer followed him into chelsea, eventually losing control of his cruiser. from this video, you can see he
6:33 am
he is expected to be okay. but the police chief believes those suspects then likely ditched that car. we want to put up that information about the new car police are now looking for. again, it's a 2015 blue for door, mitsubishi out lander. massachusetts license plate, right there on your screen, police are telling us that car was last seen in woburn. and they do believe that thursday's car crash could be involved and connected with this latest incident. and coming up in 30 minutes. the warning the police now have for the public. in revere, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> daniel: and, again, we will bring you the latest on this story as it continues to develop. make sure you have our fox 25 news app to get the updates no matter where you are. >> heather: a man accused of attacking police in another case
6:34 am
gerald rodriguez was arrested yesterday. he's accused of stealing a wallet friday and attacking three police officers who tried to arrest him. the lowell sun is reporting be one officer went to the hospital with a cut above the eye. rodriguez is facing multiple charges including assault and battery on police. and this woman facing charges in new hampshire, accused of robbing a bank last month. stacy bradley was arrested last thursday. she's being held on $10,000 bail, she's due in court next month. >> daniel: new this morning, fox 25 is working to get you more information about a car crash in swansea. that sent a car into the water. take a look at this picture here. it was tweeted out by swansea fire department overnight. the roof of the car barely visible above the water right there. it happened on bayside road. no word at this hour on any injuries. there's a push in boston from banning pet stores from selling animals on commercial breeders. those animals are typically
6:35 am
tells "the globe" it will only apply to pet stores not people who buy directly from a breeder or adopt a pet. the pet bill will be announced tomorrow morning. more than 100 community around the country already have similar laws. >> heather: two states and two clear winners. the final results are in for the south carolina primary and the nevada caucuses. and this morning, a candidate in each party is celebrating with a big win. donald trump has won in south carolina with 32.5% of the votes. while hillary clinton is the winner in nevada, with 52.7% of the votes in that state. look at how the other candidates stacked up here. bernie sanders taking home the other 40.7% of the votes in nevada. in south carolina, marco rubio earning second place in that primary.
6:36 am
neck in neck only apart by.2%. rubio declared the second place winner in the early hours. it is the end of the road for jeb bush's white house dreams. the rest of the pack already looking ahead to super tuesday. it is the biggest day on the primary calendar. and it will whittle down the playing field for the republican candidates even more. a dozen states, including massachusetts, will head to the polls on march 1st. fox 25 will have complete coverage every step of the way for you as well. join us on television and online for how the candidates are preparing and the results as they come in in real-time. millions of tax dollars spent on government equipment. but now much of that money is missing. still ahead on the fox 25 morning news, we take a look at unaccounted for. and why there's concern they could put personal information at risk. >> daniel: plus hearing about celebrity linked items hitting strange.
6:37 am
tied to the beetles will have you raising an eyebrow. we'll tell you what someone just shelled out $35,000 for. that's next. >> jason: right now 50 degrees
6:38 am
6:39 am
if you like the warm i do everything on the internet. but, it's kind of slow. my friends say i should get fios because it's the fastest. i just downloaded 600 photos in 60 seconds. that's seriously better. (husband) we're out of 2%! i wonder what else could be better around here? (husband) i heard that. switching to better internet is only fios has the fastest internet available, with uploads up to 5x faster than cable. get 100 meg upload and download speeds. plus tv and phone for just $69.99 a month online with no annual contract. switch to better.
6:40 am
>> daniel: 6:40 right now. a record number of people hoping to experience outer space. nasa says more than 18,000 people have applied for astronaut candidate training program. that's nearly three times the number it got for its last class in 2012. the chances of making the cut are pretty slim. only 14 people will be chosen for that program. new this morning, a bankruptcy judge is taking a closer look at a rapper's instagram feed. 50 scent is being ordered to explain pictures he posted with piles of cash. talking stacks of 100 dollar bills that could add up to $50,000.
6:41 am
filed for bankruptcy last year. the rapper says he's been driven into bankruptcy by lawsuits. the legal team says jackson will go to court to explain but right now is it is unclear when that will happen. >> heather: that brings that problem 99 problems, that's the same one, right? >> daniel: you got me. >> heather: speaking of music, this story may make you cringe this week. a bizarre piece of beetles memorabilia has sold at auction for $35,000. we're not going to show you the image, because we don't know if you're eating your serial right now. it's just a lock of john lennon's hair. that hair came with a pair of newspapers and a signed call sheet as well. $35,000 for a lock of hair. maybe i should consider chopping my hair off. >> daniel: i'm still waiting to the information who did the dna testing to find out if it was his hair. >> heather: how do you make sure that it's really it.
6:42 am
>> daniel: a community is under a boil water advisory until further notice. coming up a look at the murky situation, and what's behind it. >> heather: a call to serve our country but still saddled with a bill for a car that she won't even be driving. a soldier won't say the bank won't budge on the term of a
6:43 am
the protections in face, want a different way to cleanse? try new micellar water from garnier. the micelles attract dirt like a magnet. to 1. remove makeup 2. cleanse and 3. refresh. no harsh rubbing, no rinsing. new micellar water from garnier skinactive. enamel is your teeth' s first line of defense.
6:44 am
try colgate enamel health. it replenishes weak spots with natural calcium to strengthen enamel four times better. colgate enamel health.
6:45 am
>> heather: 6:44 now. a local woman was called to active duty. but she couldn't get out of a car lease. so her concerned mother called us when the bank refused to offer any relief for her daughter who is now serving in the army. fox 25 investigates looked into what protections there are for active duty soldiers and our kerry kavanaugh reportings on the quick action the bank took after we started making calls. >> the day she left to see the smile on her face, she was going to miss us, but she was so happy, definitely what she wanted. >> reporter: as long as she can remember, her daughter, christina, wanted to serve her country. in january, made the call. she was bound for basic training. these are pictures she took when
6:46 am
she had little time to settle her affairs, including terminating her lease on the mazda 6. she had 30 years, but chase bank wasn't budging. >> they sent her a letter saying they denied early termination. she's been paying the lease for three years. now something she's doing -- they should give back to our soldiers a little something. >> reporter: the lease under car lease, falls under civil release act. sent a letter, verifying active duty from january 26th until august, 2019. >> you're not helping some in the military protecting you. >> reporter: the family didn't want christina's credit to take a hit so they took over the payments. after we called the bank, the payments have been forgiven. they immediately began checking into the family's concern. friday afternoon, they e-mailed us a statement, saying, quote, we have nothing but the utmost respect for those serving the country. and we are working with the
6:47 am
they later got back to us and said, not only will they terminate the lease, the soldier could keep the car and not make any more payments. resolution for the woman who volunteered to protect her country. for fox 25 investigates, i'm kerry kavanaugh. >> now your forecast, from meteorologist jason brewer and the fox 25 weather team. >> jason: and good sunday morning. right now, sunny skies over boston. and temperatures in the upper 40s, a good 15 degrees above normal this time of year. and we have a front coming through right now, that's actually going to keep temperatures where they are right now. not going to see much fluctuation today. a lot of sun coming in early too. a west wind gusting to 25. that's a sign of the front coming by, a weak front the, but kicking up the wind a little bit. breezy day, 25 wind gusts briefly there in worcester. temperatures a little cooler as
6:48 am
in provincetown and nantucket. marshfield back to woburn, 56. 48 in marblehead. back to the west, temperatures a little colder in worcester hills. not too bad, upper 30s and lower 40s. 44 tyngsborough right now. hour by hour, ipswich, a mix of clouds and sun. temperatures running in the upper 40s. either side of midday. and not a drastic fall tonight. plymouth the same story. temperatures up around 50 to 51 midday high temperatures and dropping back to the mid 40s after dark. so there are those highs. it will be a little cooler north and west. fitch burg at 47. 51 framingham. norwood at 52. new bedford at 54. hyannis at 49 today. so all of this easy readings running a little above average. we hit 60 yesterday. not quite that mild today. but still not bad for late february. satellite and radar picture.
6:49 am
nothing on the radar spectrum. until back here over the ohio valley. this is our next weather maker and it doesn't look like a big weather maker overnight. track this with future casting. it does a good job of showing the initial conditions are and we like to see things verify starting out, that means more confidence coming forward. passing by south, large until the overnight while we're asleep. there's 8:00 this evening. a couple of rain showers around the cape and islands. let's go through the overnight and through early tomorrow morning, 7 a.m. monday, this changes briefly over to snow. and really this model keeps most of this way to our south. and most of this staying away. but plymouth county, down to the cape and islands, a brief period of some rain changing to 12340 overnight tonight. look at these temperatures, though, we're going back down to normal. really starting tomorrow, behind this cold front that swings through today. it's a cooler start to the week. we stay cool and dry through the
6:50 am
it's going to be late tuesday night and on into wednesday and thursday when things get unsettled. let me show you the transition, cold air in place on tuesday. it's all snow after dark on tuesday. by wednesday, the warm air starts to take over. we're going to change into freezing rain, couldlinger into parts of wednesday night. north and western areas. coming by. there are your numbers to start the week. upper 40s to head into the rainy windy on tap. and close it out. a lot of ups and downs, heather and daniel. >> daniel: all right. jason, thank you. a city in texas no longer living up to its name when it comes to the water supply. take a look at this, crystal city's water is running black. the problem began running from taps a few years ago. the city say it's sediment from a recent cleaning at the local water tower. apparently the water hadn't been
6:51 am
people under a water advise until the color returns to normal. >> heather: still ahead on fox 25 news, the trick you will not want to try at home. the man behind this viral video right here. talking about inspires him and his friends to put record snowfalls to use. >> daniel: i just love watching them over and over again. >> heather: incredible. >> daniel: speaking of extreme sports, spring training continues today for the red sox. take a look at who is settling in. and who hasn't even something delicious is happening at dunkin'. come in today to get any sandwich for $2.99 after 12:00 p.m.
6:52 am
discover card. i missed a payment. aw, shoot. shoot! this is bad. no! we're good! this is your first time missing a payment. and you've got the discover it card, so we won't hike up your apr for paying late. that' s great! it is great! (both simultaneously) thank you. at discover, we treat you like you'd treat you. get the it card with late
6:53 am
with dunkin's chicken apple sausage sandwich. enjoy sweet apple and savory sausage together for under 400 calories.
6:54 am
gorgeous day yesterday. i was outside raking my grass, trying to make up my laziness november. that was nice, maybe i should've tossed a baseball around with somebody. the red sox continued to do that in fort myers. the second day of work out for pitchers and catchers david price front and center for everyone in attendance. including our butch stearns who continues his report on air and online. price trying to enjoy every minute with his teammates on and off the field. he knows he's going to be here a wild.
6:55 am
but it's definitely wearing off. it feels better now than it did. not going to play baseball forever. so it's the relationships and the friend ships that you take away from the game that are going to last for the rest of my life. for me, that's what's most special about baseball. >> reporter: pretty easy day for david yesterday. pablo and ortiz not yet to arrive. due on tuesday. first official work out on wednesday. hanley ramirez took a break. not due with the team until all of the other regulars appear. also a impressive win by the bruins on their road trip. one on the road against dallas. more on the red sox coming up with boofrp sterns with the sports wrap. stick with us. >> heather: nice gig there in florida. a pair of professional skiers have no fear as they put boston record snowfalls to good use. why the men behind this viral
6:56 am
ones willing to do these jaw dropping opportunities. >> jason: right now, a sunny start to your sunday. how long before the next chance of snow moves in. >> daniel: plus government items missing, stolen or lost. the list is long. still ahead on fox 25 morning
6:57 am
of i do everything on the internet. but, it's kind of slow. my friends say i should get fios because it's the fastest. i just downloaded 600 photos in 60 seconds.
6:58 am
(husband) we're out of 2%! i wonder what else could be better around here? (husband) i heard that. switching to better internet is now easier than ever. only fios has the fastest internet available, with uploads up to 5x faster than cable. get 100 meg upload and download speeds. plus tv and phone for just $69.99 a month online with no annual contract. switch to better.
6:59 am
. >> jason: i'll tell you who sees 50s today and when this disturbance could bring rain and snow. >> reporter: new this morning, police are looking for an suv last seen in woburn. the warning they're send to go the public. >> we just won nevada! >> so tonight i am suspending my campaign. >> heather: the changing face of the presidential race and the state all of the candidates are
7:00 am
>> daniel: plus, a police search turning up this, a loaded gun in the place the baby sleeps. what police were looking for when they found the gun. coming up. >> complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is fox 25 morning news. >> heather: good sunday morning. thanks so much for watching fox 25 morning news. it's 7 a.m., i'm heather hegedus. >> daniel: good morning, i'm danny miller. what a difference a -- >> heather: a day makes. i thought i could read your mind. >> daniel: no negative 9 degrees today. yesterday we enjoyed the weather in the 50s. >> heather: 60s some people. >> daniel: yeah, i'm getting tongue tied, jason, because this forecast this weekend is just incredible. >> jason: last week at this time we could barely talk, it was negative 9. and right now temperatures close to 50 in a few location. 40 in worcester, 45 bedford.
7:01 am
morning. but not too bad considering it's late february and we're seeing temperatures hovering around 50 degrees even at 9 in the morning. we have temperatures right there at that mark. a mild day overall. we do have a disturbance way back here over the ohio valley. going to bring us that chance for overnight rain. possibly changing to snow. mainly our southern areas. pinpoint those spots and talk about our next big weather maker straight ahead. >> heather: also this morning, police on the hunt for an suv, and also this morning, we're hearing from police it could possibly be connected to some suspects who are on the run. >> daniel: take a look at the information on your screen. an alert issued for a blue 2015, mitsubishi out lander, massachusetts place, dv 6406. you see there on your screen. to be clear, you're looking at an example of the suv from the website. >> heather: stephanie coueignoux is live in revere.
7:02 am
police chief this morning, who said they're not ruling out a connection to that chase that happened this week. >> reporter: and also this morning, heather, police are now issuing a warning to the public, if you see those suspects, if you see that mitsubishi we just showed you, do not approach then, but call police immediately. take a look, though, these are the two people that revere police are now looking for. this is michael guthrow and jacqueline murphy. this all started on thursday. that's when police say guthrow an officer pulled him over. and that's when police say guthrow actually tried to stab the officer with a syringe before speeding off. the officer followed him into chelsea but eventually lost control of his cruiser and crashed into two utility poles. he was seriously injured in a that crash but is expected to recover. and, again, the police they never caught that couple. but, again, we want to put that
7:03 am
police are now looking for. they believe that the couple ditched that old car. so the new car that they're looking for is a 2015 blue four-door mitsubishi out lander. it has a massachusetts license plate. and that number right there on your screen is dv 6406. it was last seen driving in woburn. and, again, if you do spot that suv, do not approach but call police immediately. meantime, coming up in 30 minutes, we took a look at the criminal background of both of those individuals. we'll have details, again in 30 minutes. in revere, stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> heather: all right. stephanie we want to reiterate we'll wring you the latest on this story. we'll keep tabs on it as it continues to develop. we want to make sure you have our fox 25 app. it is a free download for android and apple users.
7:04 am
down a candidate as the nomination for republican candidate continues, jeb bush announces he is leaving the race. he started as the odds on favorite to win and big money from financial donors. take a listen to what he said after losing last night. >> the people of iowa and new hampshire and south carolina have spoken and i respect their decision. so tonight i'm suspending my campaign. >> daniel: let's take a look at the final standing, republican front-runner, donald trump, secured his second win last night. finished with 32.5% of the vote. finishing up on top. marco rubio edged out ted cruz by less than .2% in a race for second until every precinct sent their numbers in. jeb bush and john kasich finished way behind. finishing in single digits. >> heather: it was a race for the democrats.
7:05 am
in nevada with 63% of the vote. that margin could change. there are numbers of votes still reporting this morning. we'll keep tabs on that for you. her victory may not be exactly what she was hoping for. >> reporter: the balloting happened 7 a.m. in south carolina, but the contest out results. hillary clinton entered the caucuses in a tight battle with bernie sanders and came out on top. >> i am so-so thrilled and so grateful to all of my supporters out there. some may have doubted us. but we never doubted each other. >> reporter: but the margin of victory much slimmer than perhaps the campaign hoped. bernie sanders knoweded how he's been playing catch up. >> what this entire campaign has been about is the issue of
7:06 am
bringing more and more people into the political process. >> reporter: from first in the west, to first in the south. donald trump led by double digits in most polls heading into saturday's contest and he posted his second victory of the 2016 republican race. >> let's go. let's is a big win in nevada, a big win at scc. let's put this thing away. >> reporter: but with trump's victory, a departure from the race, jeb bush, help from his family in the crucial state was not enough. >> the people of iowa and new hampshire and south carolina have spoken, and i respect their decision, so tonight i'm suspending my campaign. >> reporter: next up, the party caucuses in nevada on tuesday. and the democrats come here for their first south of the primaries on saturday. >> daniel: it started with 16 and now it's down to the final four. governor john kasich isn't
7:07 am
dampen his spirits he was in new england as the republican primary was underway in south carolina. and last night after the results were in, he said he's going to continue fighting for the nomination. >> and we're going to march with the people who have come out from all over the country. and we're going to turn power back. power, money, and influence back to where we live. >> daniel: kasich also took a moment to acknowledge jeb bush and his family for their service to the country. he's hoping for the endorsement of governor charlie baker now that chris christie's first pick is out of the race. looking ahead to super tuesday, the biggest day on the primary calendar and will whittle down the republican playing field for candidates. biggest state, massachusetts, will head to the polls on march 1st. fox 25 will have complete coverage every step of the way. join us on television and online for how the candidates are
7:08 am
they come in. >> heather: to other news now, it is 7 7:07. 7 people, including a 14-year-old girl, are dead now after a random shootings. a person took the person of interest into custody. outside of three different locations including a cracker barrel restaurant. two of the victims were a father and son looking at cars at a dealership. they say the shootings do all appear to be related. >> daniel: also developing this morning, fbi terrorism experts are now investigating the shootings of two new york city police officers. the officers were shot while responding to reports of gun fire in brooklyn early yesterday morning. a man was shot after he fired on the officers. he was taken to the hospital. but this morning, his condition is not being released. fbi agents believe the shooter has extremist ties.
7:09 am
expected to be okay. >> heather: here at home, boston police sharing a photo with us. showing us the disturbing place that officers found a loaded handgun. they were searching a home on norfolk street in dorchester for drugs. when they found a gun in a baby bassinet or crib. they also found heroin, cocaine and crack. both people in that apartment were arrested and charged with drug trafficking. >> daniel: police say they stabbed one of their classmates, happened in durham new hampshire. they were arrested after a 20-year-old man was found stabbed several times. all three are unh students. gibbons and denning are due in court tomorrow. the victim is expected to survive. >> heather: this morning, state police are investigating a car crash that killed a 68 groton woman. that crash involved three cars that shut down part of 190 in
7:10 am
you can see crews working to repair one of the highways guardrails afterwards. one of the other drivers involved was taken to a local hospital. >> daniel: still no word this morning, on what caused this deadly house fire in natick, killing a 73-year-old woman inside. it happened at 211 east central street. it was spotted yesterday morning, by an off duty fire lieutenant on his way to work. lieutenant eric wilson said he noticed smoke coming from the house as he drove by. he said the color of the fire didn't look normal for a wood whim knee for stove fire. so he stopped and inspected the property and busted through the front door. >> i was screaming and yelling, anybody. and in the basement and the first floor were clear. i tried to make the second floor, halfway up the stairs but the smoke was banking down and i couldn't breathe. >> daniel: the name of the victim hasn't been released. this is 12th fire related death
7:11 am
there was no working smoke detectors inside the home. a local gas station forced to close after an suv crashed pumps. coming up, the malfunction that caused the accident. >> heather: plus millions of tax dollars spent on equipment. but much of it is still missing. still ahead on fox 25 morning news, a look at the surprising items accounted for now. why there's concern for personal information at risk. >> jason: a bright start to your sunday. temperatures a little cooler
7:12 am
still some here in vineland, home of progresso, we love all kinds of chicken soups... but just one kind of chicken. white breast meat chicken every time. so if you're not going to make your own chicken soup tonight, do what we do...make it progresso. i would kill for something sweet. wanna split that? no...soooo much fat... don't fight your instincts. with each for 150 calories or less! try our lemon bars, brownies, and cheesecakes.
7:13 am
7:14 am
>> heather: the final calls from the doomed cargo ship, the el faro were played yesterday in front of a u.s. ghost guard panel. the captain is overheard saying the clock is ticking as the ship takes on water. as you know, it sank during a hurricane in october. everybody on board, including three crew members from massachusetts died. >> daniel: just coming up on 7:15 this morning. missing government equipment. the price tag, nearly $2 million. and you paid for it. so we wanted to see how well the
7:15 am
keeping track of its stuff. fox 25 eric rasmussen dug through a lost of stolen list of stolen items and found surprising list of surprises. >> reporter: this is your baby right there. his laptop is his lifeline. >> it's very important. >> reporter: studying at u. mass. boston. what would you do if you lost that thing. >> i would -- >> reporter: couldn't just buy a new one. >> no. not that quickly. >> reporter: yet campuses and state schools saw plenty of their high tech gadgets worth more than $3,000 disappear. a macbook pro, lost by a u.s. professor during a trip to milan another stolen from an employee's home in brooklyn, new york. found all kinds of state bought items bought and paid for by massachusetts taxpayers have been lost or stolen in the last four years. snowplow blades worth $1700.
7:16 am
missing from the state treasurer's office. and plenty of crash. a currier picked up two bags from the rmv here in fall river. they were supposedly dropped off at a bank of america night deposit vault, but somehow one of those bags with $24,000 inside just disappeared. >> wow this is incredible. >> reporter: fox 25 investigates showed to watch dog group, citizens with limited taxation. >> i thought i was going to see maybe a couple of dozen items totals a few thousands of dollars. but these are hundreds of items with millions involved. >> reporter: in the case of that missing money, the rmv mailed fox 25 a statement, saying the registry takes handling money very seriously. and went onto say an investigation determined the checks were lost by the currier. faulkner isn't satisfied. >> you know the irony is here all of the things are stolen,
7:17 am
so much as a couple of days late on a payment, the state is on them like a wet suit. >> it's a continuing challenge i think it's a growing challenge. >> reporter: mass. state auditor, susan, keeps track of the stolen missing property, she's particulared concerned about the high tech items on this list. >> state government like everyone is more and more reliant on technology and much of it is very mobile. it's the information on the laptop that's more valuable than even the laptop itself. >> reporter: in fact, fox 25 investigates found a laptop stolen from u. mass. boston in 2012, had the social security numbers of 88 students. eric rasmussen, fox 25 news. >> now your local fast from meteorologist jason brewer and the storm tracker weather team. >> jason: good sunday morning. nice and bright right now. boston city view looking great with upper 40s. with about 15 degrees above
7:18 am
year. wow. we hit 60 yesterday officially at logan. today not quite as mild but still temperatures way above normal already and headed that way for the rest of the day. a west wind, not too strong, a few 20 miles an hour gusts. a nice breeze overall. temperatures in the lower 40s for the cape and islands most locations. but if you go to the north and west, where it's a little bit milder, mid and upper 40s all across the boston area, the metrowest locations, know it's a 46 right now. and time out to the west and north, it's much colder. not so much the case this morning. upper 30s and lower 40s for places like leominster and barre and even toward bedford and southern new hampshire at 44 degrees. for today, temperatures around 50, boston, norwood, over to plymouth. back to framingham. we'll keep a few upper 40s,
7:19 am
do expect some cooling behind this front across southern new england right now. but we'll see also a good deal of sunshine. it kind of offsets each other. that's why we don't have much of a change in the temperatures today. just looking at upper 40s and lower 50s throughout the later afternoon. let's look at the radar and satellite nothing to show on the radar end of things. a few lower clouds have moved into the north and west. we'll see some high clouds on the increase late in the day out ahead of our next disturbance. that right now sits back over the ohio valley. and this is the one that's going to bring us that rain chance, possibly changing into a snow chance overnight. south of the pike is where we're watching for that chance. sunday morning, the model initializing right now on where that rain is right now. that gives us more confidence going forward. by 8:00 tonight, a few light rain showers trying to break out for the cape and islands. and then overnight, this passes by while we're sleeping. largely unannounced. with just a little bit of
7:20 am
light snow changing over late in the night. and then shouldn't be a problem for monday morning's drive time. an inch or less if we do flip that over to some snow. look at the temperatures, 60 yesterday, 51 today. down to normal monday into tuesday, even wednesday. roller coaster action going on. cooler tomorrow behind the cold front. on tuesday, that cold air is in place. so here comes our next disturbance that will likely be enough cold air to start this out as some snow late tuesday night. then change it over to some ice by wednesday. and all rain on into thursday. there's a look at your seven-day forecast. you see the low pops, low rain chances monday and tuesday. by wednesday, though, that's really ramping up. thursday it's a wind swept rain that looks warm enough to be all rain on thursday. heather, daniel. >> a local gas station is back open this morning after this scene yesterday.
7:21 am
into the cumberland farms on fitchburg last night when the gas pedal got stuck. the suv slammed into a load bearing column. the inspectors were on the scene to inspect the damage a short time later. the gas station is reopened this morning as we mentioned. >> heather: this is a jaw dropping stunt that you've got to see happening in the city. still ahead on fox 25, the trick you definitely don't want to try at home. but still fun to watch. the men behind this viral video tell you what inspired them to put record snowfall to use. >> daniel: plus remembering a tragedy that claimed the lives
7:22 am
pain from your day can haunt you advil pm gives you the healing helping you fall asleep so your body can heal as you rest. advil pm. for a healing night's sleep. i get out of workpand i go to the store, and somebody' s,psmellin' around, "mmm! i smell cookies." i say, "oh no, you just smell me. i just got out of work. that' s honey bunches of oats, that' s all."
7:23 am
(vo) what's your dog food's first ingredient? corn? wheat? in purina one true instinct grain free, real chicken is always #1. no corn, wheat or soy. support your active dog's whole body health
7:24 am
>> heather: welcome back, it was a somber day for friends and family of the victims of the deadly nightclub fire, 13 years ago yesterday, 100 people were killed and 200 others hurt when pyrotechnics caused a massive fire at the rhode island nightclub during a great white show. victims visited the site of the memorial yesterday and told us
7:25 am
>> it still hurts as much today as it did 13 years ago when it happened. and the biggest thing i think everyone needs to remember is we're in every going to forget. >> heather: the memorial foundation is $400,000 short right now of their 2 million dollar goal. they're hoping it will be completed by this fall. ankle brace let's can help police track and monitor criminals placed under house arrest or parole. but fox 25 investigates, uncovered as many as 700 of those deus videos being cut or tampered with each year and victim advocates say that's too many. >> my clients telling me that they're terrified because probation just called and said the guy just cut his bracelet off. isn't that per se proof that it's not working? >> heather: working on this story for a month, asking how offenders are captured and how many are still missing. tonight at 10:00, see why a lawmaker isn't happy with our
7:26 am
change now. and a push to crack down on local pet stores. one leader says many of the animals currently sold in stores come from abusive background. so coming up, his plans to put an end to the problem. and how it could possibly impact your next pet purchase. >> jason: temperatures running 15 even 20 degrees above normal on this sunday morning. i'll tell you how long the mild air sticks around and i'll be tracking our next rain and snow chance. >> reporter: an suv that looks like this, at the center of two police investigations. the connection we l the new caramel macchiato from dunkin' donuts. let hand-crafted layers of espresso, milk, and a caramel-flavored swirl uplift your mood. indulge in a hot or iced macchiato today.
7:27 am
every wonder what nature valley is made of? that's what we're made of. no artificial colors. no artificial flavors. no artificial sweeteners. nature valley granola bars. and now introducing delicious biscuits with almond butter
7:28 am
building a better bank starts with looking at something old, like this... and saying, "really?" so capital one built something new - caf\s. where you can unwind with free wi-fi and banking advice, without all the mumbo jumbo. free checking accounts. no minimums, fees or gimmicks. and a top-rated banking app that lets you handle your financial needs... right here. that's banking reimagined.
7:29 am
oh-oh, oh-oh oh-oh, oh-oh, oh-oh-oh-ooh, oh hearts are made for sharing. spread some sweetness with dunkin' donuts' cookie dough and brownie batter donuts. heart-shaped happiness too sweet not to share. america runs on dunkin'. complete new england news coverage continues right now. this is fox 25 morning news. >> heather: wow, this sunday morning, the results are in and a pair of winners have been declared. donald trump waking up this morning, the win the south carolina primary. hillary clinton celebrating a victory in the nevada caucuses. >> daniel: meanwhile the
7:30 am
candidate. jeb bush announcing last night he is stepping out of the race for the white house. morning. it is 7:30 this sunday morning. i'm daniel miller. >> heather: good morning, i'm heather hegedus. we'll have what's still ahead for all of the candidates still ahead. first we want to check in with meteorologist jason brewer. warm weather, also more weather tonight and this week. >> jason: absolutely. 60 yesterday. today not as warm. and then tonight, rain, possibly a snow chance, lots to talk about in the week ahead. that's in the 7 day. look at these numbers right now. we're in the 40s area wide and temperatures continue to rise slowly today behind a weak front coming in, a good deal of sunshine with readings around 50 degrees noontime and holding there for the better part of the afternoon for boston. look at that overnight rain and snow chance currently gathering across the ohio valley. so into the late night tonight,
quote
7:31 am
i'll pinpoint those areas straight ahead. if you like the cool weather, it's on the way back, we're getting rid of the mild air over the weekend and replacing it with the chilly work ahead. all highlighted for you straight ahead. >> heather: sounds like classic new england weather for you, if you don't like it, wait a minute. this morning, police are on the hunt for an suv. could be connected to two suspects and a pair on the run. >> daniel: an alert issued for a blue 2015 mitsubishi out lander. massachusetts place dv 6406. to be clear, you're looking at an example of the suv from the website. >> heather: police are alerting you to be on alert. stephanie coueignoux is live from the police department this morning with new information from police about how this might be connected to a chase from last week. >> reporter: well, they say this
7:32 am
thursday, when a police officer pulled over a driver in a car. and they say that driver attacked the officer and then sped off. and you're going to take a look at some mug shots of the two suspects police say were inside that car. this is michael guthrow and jacqueline murphy. guthrow wanted on four outstanding warrants and murphy wanted on one. police say guthrow was driving the car here in revere when that officer pulled him over. they say that is when guthrow tried to stab the officer with the syringe before speeding off. so the officer then followed him into chelsea but lost control of his cruiser and crashed into two utility poles. he is expected to recover. but, again, the suspects were able to drive off in that car. the way that they believe that this is linked is that the police chief believes those suspects ditched that car and then got into another car.
7:33 am
that description of the new car they are now looking for. again, this is a 2015 blue four-door mitsubishi out lander. plate. that number right there on your screen. dv 6406. it was last seen in woburn. but coming up in 30 minutes, the warning that police now have for the public as they do believe these two cases are connected. in revere, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> daniel: again, we will bring you the latest on this story as it continues to develop. make sure you have our fox 25 news app to get updates no matter where you are. it's free to download or android and apple devices. >> heather: other news now, a man attacking police in another case, daniel rodriguez was arrested yesterday. accused of stealing a wallet yesterday and attacking three
7:34 am
arrest him. one officer went to the hospital with a cut above the eye. rodriguez facing multiple charges including assault and battery on police now. >> daniel: new this morning, fox 25 is working to get more information about a crash in swansea that landed a car in the water. take a look at this picture here, it was tweeted out by swansea fire department overnight. this white roof of the car barely visible above the pitch black water you see. it happened on bayside road. no word at this hour of any injuries. there's a push in boston, from selling animals to commercial breeders. one city councilor says those animals are typically abused or neglected. tells us, that bill will only apply to pet stores, not from those who adopt a pet. the bill will be officially announced tomorrow morning where 100 community across the country already have similar laws.
7:35 am
as we told you at the top of the hour, the results in for the south carolina primary and the nevada caulk suss. this morning, a candidate in each party is celebrating a big win. donald trump has won south carolina with 32.5% of the vote. on the other side of the aisle hillary clinton is the winner in nevada with 52.7% support there. let's get a look at how the other candidates stacked up. again in nevada, bernie sanders taking home the 40.7% vote of the caucuses. in south carolina, marco rubio earned in the primary, look how close he and ted cruz were, neck in neck only apart by .2%. such a slim margin right there. rubio declared the second place winner in the early morning hours. we told you about 30 minutes ago as well. it's the end of the road for jeb bush's white house dreams. he started his campaign as the odds on favorite to win and had financial backing from big money
7:36 am
but last night, he left the race, saying the people of iowa, new hampshire, and south carolina have spoken. and he respects their decision. meantime, the rest of the pack looks ahead to super tuesday, the biggest day on the primary calendar, it will whittle down the playing field for the republican candidates. a dozen states, including massachusetts, will head to the polls on march 1st. and fox 25 will have complete coverage every step of the way. join us on television and online for how the candidates are preparing and the results as they come in to us. to other news, it's a necessary document for anyone with physical limitations. but some people are actually going out of their way to take advantage of those handicap parking permits that you see on people's cars. still ahead on the fox 25 morning news, why police say handing out tickets for the problem is actually helping with other projects in some community. >> daniel: plus, hearing about celebrity linked items hitting
7:37 am
strange. but we guarantee a recent item with ties to the beetles will have you raising an eyebrow. we'll tell you what someone just shelled out $35,000 for. that's coming up next. >> jason: we hit 60 degrees
7:38 am
pone of the cool perks of this place pis you can eat as much cereal as you want. it' s like i' m going to work to get some. alrighty. we just like cereal. we make it, eat it, love it, live it. (laughing) dear fellow citizen, i know how it feels to save for retirement and college - times two. i get that it can be overwhelming, because i' m living it. but i always tell people - saving' s not that complicated. you just have to work with what you have. if you have a question about saving, ask me.
7:39 am
7:40 am
>> daniel: 7:40 right now. record number of people hoping to experience outer space. nasa says more than 18,000 people have applied for astronaut training program. that's nearly three times the number it got for last class back in 2012. chances of making the cut are pretty slim. only 14 people will be chosen for the program. >> heather: the count down on for people who can't eat dairy to have a taste of ben and gerry's. something everyone deserves. four veeg began flavors will be hitting the shelves.
7:41 am
brownie, coffee caramel and pb cookies. hungry yet? they should bely hitting the shelves within the next month. >> daniel: here's a story to make you cringe this morning. a bizarre beetles memorabilia has been sold at auction for $35,000. we're not going to show you that image because it was a lock of john lennon's hair. a british collector bought it yesterday. the hair came with a pair of newspapers and a signed call sheet. >> heather: behad this conversation with our producer, we weren't sure if people eating their cereal would want to see the lock of hair. >> daniel: the guy who bought it or woman who bought it probably did some investigating before. >> heather: i would hope before forking over $35,000. >> daniel: 7:41. a community is under a boil water advisory until further notice.
7:42 am
situation one city is dealing with and what's behind it. >> heather: and a jaw dropping stunt right in the middle of our city. next, the trick you won't want to try at home. we'll tell you about the man behind this viral video. what
7:43 am
how? with heat. unlike creams and rubs that mask the pain, thermacare has patented heat cells that penetrate deep to increase circulation and accelerate healing. let's review: heat, plus relief, plus healing, equals thermacare. the proof that it heals is you. it's just a cough. if you could see your cough, you'd see just how far it can spread. robitussin dm max soothes your throat and delivers fast, powerful cough relief. robitussin dm max. because it's
7:44 am
7:45 am
>> heather: welcome back, skiing on the streets of boston. it might sound and look a little bit out of place. but the two new englanders who did it said they're okay with that. it's pretty cool to watch. jesse hendrick shows us the viral video that has been dropping jaws. >> reporter: who could forget boston's record snowfall last year? well, these two guys took advantage probably in a way you've never seen. the two pro skiers getting nationwide recognition for an excerpt for their video best is better. he's clear why these skiers give the x games a run for their money. their current spot in snowy boulder colorado. >> we've done a lot more traditional competition in the past. these days we focus on doing this kind of stuff.
7:46 am
>> reporter: crazier yet, these guys say they're not the only ones doing this opportunity. there's a bit of underground culture to it. lots of stunts are done at night when police don't get in the way as much. >> we have a lot of police officers, but at the end of the day, they kind of realize, we're not ill intentioned that we're just trying to do some skiing and do something creative with our time. >> reporter: and they've certainly achieved that. many of these shots took multiple tries which is why the video took a better part of a year to get produced. even though it was shot in 2015. >> we've got to find these features. it takes a lot of driving around, kind of aimlessly role. and sometimes you just try things and they don't work. sometimes you spend a couple weeks just for one few second clip. >> reporter: jackie, fox 25 news. >> now your forecast from meteorologist jason brewer and the fox 25 storm tracker weather team.
7:47 am
differences what a difference a week makes, a what a difference a year makes. last year, skiing in the city of boston. yesterday we hit 60 at logan airport. amazing warmth. it's going to be pretty mild today. not as amazing as yesterday. if you like the spring type temps, no complaints, there's a look at where you were yesterday in the town. in the 40s there at the cape. most of that island, thanks to the cooling water having an affect on the numbers. 40 right now. high thin clouds, a west wind at 12 miles an hour as a weak front passes by today. we're going to see temperatures hold steady if not climb a few more degrees from where we are now. 40 worcester, 42 fitchburg, 45 in beverly, plymouth as well. upper 30s and lower 40s for the cape and islands. high temperatures, right around 50 degrees to boston to framingham, norwood at 52. upper 40s holding steady down closer to the water.
7:48 am
and quiet right now. but we are watching this next disturbance. plenty of rain over here the ohio valley, west virginia, making way into north virginia right now. this is going to track due east. this lull passes well to our south overnight tonight. most of us are asleep, most of you get missed by the rain. but there is that chance, if ittra, further northward, areas near the pike could get a little overnight and changes to snow, most. us asleep while this happens. 7 in the morning on monday. don't expect any problems for the morning drive time. but don't be surprised if we end up with a few lingering snow showers around sunrise tomorrow, well, south and east. so overnight lows, back down in the 20s in a lot of locations north and west. 31 in boston. low to mid 30s for the cape and islands, still a little above normal for this time of the year. cooler air continues to filter in throughout the day on monday. readings.
7:49 am
starting on monday. it lasts on into tuesday. with that cold air in place on tuesday, our next disturbance making its way in, we'll have a chance to produce some snow. then by wednesday, we begin to see the warm air take over. so we start to transition into more freezing rain. but wednesday night, it's mostly all rain. and that lasts into thursday as well. it's going to be a wind swept rain, a heavy rain too by thursday. let's break out the seven-day forecast. 51 today. that 30% on there for after dark lasts inially early tomorrow morning. tuesday. there's your snow chance late tuesday night into early wednesday. transitioning over to rain and it's windy and rainy on thursday, with upper 40s. then a little colder again by the end of next week. >> daniel: a city in texas no longer living up to its name when it comes to the water supply. take a look at this crystal city water is running black.
7:50 am
few days ago. city officials say it's a sediment from a cleaning at the water tower. the tower hadn't been cleaned apparently in decades. they're under a water advisory until the color returns to normal. after a man died from a severe bacterial infection, boston health officials say the infection can kill within hours and often affects homeless people due to the close quarters and shelters. according to the report, there's no threat to the general public, since you would have to be very close to an infected person for several hours to get sick. >> heather: she's serving our country but also battling a bank over her car bill. coming up on fox 25 morning news, why the bank wouldn't budge on her lease and what happened after fox 25 investigators called. >> daniel: from extreme sports to major league, spring training continues today for the red sox. we'll take a look at who is already settling in and who hasn't even arrived in florida something delicious
7:51 am
come in today to get any sandwich for $2.99 after 12:00 p.m. america runs on dunkin'. i do everything on the internet. but, it's kind of slow. my friends say i should get fios because it's the fastest. i just downloaded 600 photos in 60 seconds. that's seriously better. (husband) we're out of 2%! i wonder what else could be better around here? (husband) i heard that. switching to better internet is now easier than ever. only fios has the fastest
7:52 am
than cable. get 100 meg upload and download speeds. plus tv and phone for just $69.99 a month online with no annual contract. switch to better. switch to fios. enamel is your teeth' s first line of defense. but daily eating and drinking can make it weak. try colgate enamel health. it replenishes weak spots with natural calcium to strengthen enamel four times better. colgate enamel health.
7:53 am
with dunkin's chicken apple sausage sandwich. enjoy sweet apple and savory sausage together for under 400 calories. america runs on dunkin'. a gorgeous day yesterday. i was outside raking my grass, trying to make up for my
7:54 am
that was nice, maybe i should've tossed a baseball around with somebody yesterday. the red sox continue to do that in fort myers. david price front and center for everyone in attendance, including our butch stearns who continue his report on air and online. price trying to enjoy every minute with his teammates both on and off the field because he knows he's going to be here a while. >> always a disbelief every year in a new environment. but it's definitely wearing off. it feels a lot better now than it did. not going to be able to play baseball forever, so the relationships and the friendships that you take away from the game are going to last for the rest of my life. that's what's most special about baseball for me. >> pretty easy day for, in the bullpen session today. pablo not yet arrive, due to do so on tuesday. the first official work out on wednesday.
7:55 am
due with the team until all of the regulars appear. impressive win yesterday for the bruins 6 day road trip. a win against dallas. more on the sports wrap tonight stick with us. >> heather: all right. we will, tom. a high school game has everyone talking, because of the crushing defeat one-handed to another. look at the score board, you're reading that, the final score 108 to 1. it happened in cleveland ohio at a girl's basketball game. the coach of the winning team says they gave their opponents every opportunity to bring up their score. >> we changed our aggressive man to man to a zone at some point. and allowed them to shoot. and they took 28 shots. it's just that we went 0 for 28. >> heather: however, the losing team isn't releasing any teams and the school released a statement saying they're proud of the way they hand the game
7:56 am
it's all about sportsman ship. >> daniel: absolutely and we shouldn't said any tears. >> heather: apparently they gave them every opportunity to score. sometimes you can't win them all, right? called to serve our country, but still saddled with a bill to drive a car she won't be driving even. the mother of the soldier says the bank wouldn't budge on the terms of the lease. still ahead, fox 25 investigates the protections in place for active duty military. >> jason: all right. also a start to the mid to upper 40s, 50s sprinkled back in today. tell you when the cold air moves back in and update your rain and snow chance tonight. >> daniel: issued by police, nothing new, but what may surprise you is what those tickets are written for.
7:57 am
news, a look when we go to the store, i find my box of honey bunches of oats and i' m checking to see if i packaged it. best cereal in the world right there.
7:58 am
(church bell) (bear growls) r(burke) smash and grub. r seen it. covered it. we know a thing or two because we've seen a thing or two. we are farmers. bum-pa-dum, bum-bum-bum-bum (vo) if you have type 2 diabetes, you may know what it's like to deal with high... and low blood sugar. januvia (sitagliptin) is a once-daily pill that, along with diet and exercise, helps lower blood sugar. januvia works when your blood sugar is high and works less when your blood sugar is low, because it works by enhancing your body's own ability to lower blood sugar. plus januvia, by itself, is not likely to cause weight gain or low blood sugar (hypoglycemia). januvia should not be used in patients with type 1 diabetes or diabetic ketoacidosis. tell your doctor if you have a history of pancreatitis. serious side effects can happen, including pancreatitis which may be severe and lead to death. stop taking januvia and call your doctor right away if you have severe pain in
7:59 am
pancreatitis. tell your doctor right away and stop taking januvia if you have an allergic reaction that causes swelling of the face, lips, tongue, or throat, or affects your breathing or causes rash or hives. kidney problems sometimes requiring dialysis have been reported. some people may develop severe joint pain. call your doctor if this happens. r using januvia with a sulfonylurea or insulin p may cause low blood sugar. to reduce the risk, your doctor may p prescribe a lower dose of the sulfonylurea or insulin. your doctor may do blood tests before and during treatment to check your kidneys. if you have kidney problems a lower dose may be prescribed. side effects may include upper respiratory tract infection, stuffy or runny nose, sore throat, and headache. for help lowering your blood sugar talk to your doctor about
8:00 am
>> jason: i'll tell you who sees 50s today and when this disturbance can bring rain and snow. >> reporter: new this morning, police are looking for an suv that could be connected to a police chase last week. the warning they're now sending to the public. >> we just won nevada! >> so tonight, i am suspending my campaign. >> heather: the changing face of the presidential race and the stakes that all of the candidates are focusing on next. >> daniel: plus a police search turning up this, a loaded gun hidden in the very spot a baby sleeps. what police were searching for when they found the gun. coming up. >> complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is fox 25 morning news. >> daniel: good morning, thanks for watching fox 25 morning news. it is 8 a.m. on sunday, february 21st, i'm daniel miller. >> heather: good to see you, i'm heather hegedus. great to see you, sitting here last week talking how old it was.
8:01 am
>> heather: negative 9 to be matter of fact. airport. >> daniel: i took advantage of it. >> heather: what did you do, go for a walk. >> daniel: i went outside with shorts and a t-shirt. >> heather: what any normal person would do in february. meteorologist jason brewer is in the weather center we're going to make advantage of that weather today. >> jason: 60 yesterday, today we're going to be in the low 50s. not bad. right now we're in the upper 40s. so we're starting out about 20 degrees above normal for this time of the year. so let's take a look at the botch planner for today. hold it there around 51 for your lunchtime. 3:00. kind of the same deal. with this refront coming in. not going to see a wide swing of temperatures today. fairly steady there throughout the afternoon of the overnight rain and snow chance, something to keep an eye out for here. most of this is going to pass by
8:02 am
pinpoint that and tell us who has the best shot straight ahead. >> heather: developing this morning, police are on the opportunity for an suv and also new this morning, we're hearing it could possibly be connected to suspects who are on the run right now. >> daniel: take a look at this information here on your screen. an alert has been issued for a blue 2015 mitsubishi outlander. massachusetts place, with the number on your screen there. to be clear, you're looking at an example of the suv from the mitsubishi's website. >> heather: our stephanie coueignoux is live at the revere police department for us this morning. we've been in touch with the revere police chief this morning who says they're not ruling out a connection to that other case? >> reporter: they're certainly not and also issuing a warning to the public, asking anyone if you see those suspects, that blue suv, do not approach, but immediately call the police.
8:03 am
these are the two people that revere police are looking for, michael guthrow and jacquelin murphy. all of this started on thursday, when police say guthrow was driving through revere. an officer pulled him over. and that's when an officer guthrow tried to stab the officer with a syringe. guthrow then sped off. and the officer crashed into utility polings that you see right there. he is seriously injured in that class but is expected to recover. but, again, that car those suspects were in was able to drive off and police never caught the couple. we do want to put new information about that second car. because police say they believe the suspect ditched the original car and may have been driving around in this car. this is a 2015 blue four-door mitsubishi outlander.
8:04 am
that rits dv 6406. and it was last seen in woburn. if you see those suspects, if you see that suv, do not approach. but call police. in the meantime, coming up in 30 minutes, we loss took a closer look into those individuals criminal histories and we'll have those details coming up for you again in 30 minutes. in revere, i'm stephanie coueignoux. fox 25 news. >> daniel: it is 8:04 right now. with a disappointing fourth place finish in last night's south carolina primary, jeb bush race. bush entered as the odds on favorite and had the biggest war chest. one super pac $18 hundred million. and spent more than 86 million supporting his failed bid. republican front-runner, donald trump, secured his win in last night's primary. coming out on top in all but two counties and scooping all of the
8:05 am
edged out ted cruz by less than 2%. a race that couldn't be called until every precinct sent in their numbers. jeb bush and john kasich finished way behind finishing in single digits. >> heather: as for the democrats, it was a tight race this time in nevada. hillary clinton declared the win there with 63% of the vote. the margin could still change, a few votes that need to be recorded but we're watching it for you. it may also not be what she was hoping for. >> reporter: the balloting started at 7 a.m. saturday in south carolina. but the contest out west brought the day's first results. hillary clinton had a tight battle with bernie sanders and came out on top. >> i am so thrilled and so grateful to all of my supporters out there. some may have doubted us.
8:06 am
>> reporter: the margin of victory, perhaps than the campaign hoped. bernie sanders noted how he's playing catch up. >> what this entire campaign has been about is the issue of momentum is the issue of bringing more and more people into the political process. >> reporter: from first in the west to first in the south. donald trump led by double digits in most polls heading into saturday's contest and he posted his second victory of the 2016 republican race. >> let's go. let's have a big win in nevada. let's have a big win at the scc. let's put this thing away. >> reporter: but with trump's victory, a depart legislature from the race, jeb bush, a one time front-runner. >> the people of south carolina, new hampshire, and iowa have spoken and i respect their decision.
8:07 am
>> reporter: next up for the remaining republicans, party caucuses in nevada on tuesday. the democrats come here south carolina for their primary next saturday. >> daniel: it started with 16 and now john kasich says it's down to the final four. kasich isn't letting his last night's fourth place finish dampen his spirits he was in new hampshire as the primary was underway. and last night after the results were in, he says he's going to continue fighting for the nomination. >> we're going to march for the people who have come out all over the country. we're going to turn power, money, and influence back to where we live. >> daniel: he also took a moment to acknowledge jeb bush and their family for their service to the country. he's hoping for the endorsement of governor charlie baker now that chris christie, baker's
8:08 am
>> heather: 7 people, including a 14-year-old girl are dead after a series of random shootings in kalamazoo michigan. overnight, police took a person of interest into custody. investigators say those victims were killed outside of three separate shootings. two of the victims were a father and son who were looking at cars at a car dealership. at this hour, police say the shootings do appear to be related. >> daniel: also developing this morning, fbi terrorism experts are investigating the shooting of two new york city police officers. the officers were shot while responding to reports of gun fire in brooklyn early yesterday morning. a man was shot after he was fired upon the officers. he was taken to the hospital. but this morning, his condition is not being released. they believe the shooters are extreme mist ties. >> heather: sharing a photo with us, showing the disturbing place that officers found a
8:09 am
they were searching a home on norfolk street in dorchester for drugs when they found that gun right there resting in a baby's bassinet or some sort of swing. police also found heroin, cocaine and crash. both people living in the home were arrested and charged drug trafficking. >> daniel: 8:09. it happened in new hampshire, matthew begin gones and eric denning were arrested after a 20-year-old man was found stabbed several times. all three are unh students. gibbons and denning are due in court tomorrow. the victim is expected to survive. investigators expected to be in fall river tomorrow, to start taking a closer look at the massive mill fire. the fire department is saying for now, it is being considered suspicious until investigators tell you otherwise. live coverage from the scene all morning here on fox 25 news as
8:10 am
the mill manufacturing. for hours. one never neighbor describing the sight as a fireball. firefighters did manage to save a neighboring mill, which houses several businesses including a fitness club. also able to save medical records from a kidney center. still no word on what caused this house fire in natick killing a woman inside. the fire was spotted around 7:30 yesterday morning by an off duty fire lieutenant on his way to work. lieutenant eric william son said he noticed smoke coming from the building as he was driving by. he said the smoke didn't look normal, so he stopped and through the front door. >> i conducted a primary search of the basement and first floor, just screaming and yelling, too. i didn't hear any response from anybody. and boo is the basement and first floor were clear. i tried to make the second
8:11 am
the smoke was banking down and i couldn't breathe. >> daniel: the female victim hasn't been identified. this is 12th fire related death in the commonwealth this year. the state fire marshal's office says there was no working smoke detectors inside the home. coming up, the malfunction that caused that accident. >> heather: plus it might seem like a relatively small item. >> the reason why i'm stopping you is this placard. >> heather: but for some cities it's not just about issuing parking tickets. coming up next, the project from this project, make possible. >> jason: looking at temperatures, 45 to 50 today.
8:12 am
8:13 am
pet moments are beautiful, then your eyes may see it differently. relieve both your itchy,z watery eyes and congestion. no other nasal allergy spray can say that. complete allergy relief or incomplete. flonase changes
8:14 am
>> daniel: new this morning, we've learned the woman badly burned in this fire has now died. the fire happened a week and a half ago in attleboro. a neighbor found andrea weeps outside of the doorway of the burning building and dragged her 100 feet to safety. leaks was taken to a rhode island hospital with severe burns. a spokesman for the hospital confirmed weeks died on friday. fire investigators have not
8:15 am
>> heather: a local gas station forced to close at least temporarily after this crash. police say a driver was pulling in to get gas at the cumberland farms on river road in fitchburg last night when the gas pedal got stuck and the sue slammed into a load bearing column. inspectors were on scene a short time later to inspect the damage. that gas station is reopened this morning, though. >> daniel: hundreds of drivers busted each year for cheating their way to a better parking space. the state says they are abusing disability placards and taking spots from people who truly need them. fox 25 political reporter sharman sacchetti investigates how one local community is cracking down and how the state plans to tackle the problem. >> reporter: we road along with burlington police officer william relation gan for just a couple of hours be and it didn't take him long to spot one. >> obviously, the reason i'm stopping you is this placard. >> reporter: he finds this driver was using a dead woman's disability placard to get better
8:16 am
a quick search back at the car, officer relation ton, finds the owner of the placard has been dead for five years. >> obituary from june of 2011. potentially five years somebody could be using this placard. >> reporter: it's a hefty fine, $505 for misusing the placard, plus another 200 on top of that from the town of burlington for the total of $505. he takes the placard away from her and it's just one of a dozen of doing this type of enforcement. some photo epcoed, some have the dates changed, others replace the picture. >> they made their own. >> they made their own. >> reporter: enforcement like these in burlington pay for themselves. tax payers are not left on the hook. >> no cost to tax payers at all. >> reporter: the coordinator to disability access information. he tells us it's a good deal for the city. >> from july 1st until now, the disability access commission has
8:17 am
the handicap parking fund. >> the program is funded through the parking tickets that we issue. all of the money from the parking tickets go to the disability access commission. >> reporter: with the money from the citations the disability access commission was able to improve access here on the burlington town common and also pay for two handicap parking spots right in front of town hall across the street. >> back in 2013, the inspector general put out this report, detailing what he calls widespread abuse of disability placards in downtown boston. do you think the abuse is getting worse? >> well, it hasn't let up. >> reporter: in fact, the state issued more than 1,000 violations in the past three years for placard abuse. one of thement ares it made, a of courseta force, it's now meeting four times a year and plans to release a report at the ended of the year with ways the state and city and towns can crack down on this kind of fraud. also tracking a bill that would raise fines. >> we feel as though penalties need to be stiffer. >> reporter: the registry looking at potentially redesigning the placards as well
8:18 am
inially then, it's plans like this one in burlington that seem to have having success. in burlington, sharman sacchetti, fox 25 news. >> now your local forecast from meteorologist jason brewer, and the fox 25 storm tracker weather team. >> jason: all right. good morning. lots of sunshine, temperatures in the upper 40s after a 60 degree high officially yesterday at logan. snow melting away. a little taste of spring going on here. did see shorts and t-shirts out there yesterday. for today, plenty of sunshine. at least to start the day. i do see high clouds that start to come in later. enjoy for now, 44 dedham, 45 in degrees. typically when you go westward. you start to see a lot of 30s. not the deal this morning, worcester, fitchburg, person rill all in the middle 40s. vineyard, nantucket, a little bit of high cloud cover on the way in, because we have a disturbance passing by to our
8:19 am
that will bring our next rain and snow chance. but not during the day. look at these numbers today, 50 to 52. boston back toward norwood, plymouth all running well above normal. our average high this time of the year, at 40 degrees. so a good 12 degrees above that in a lot of spots. let's look at the big picture here, a nice sunny start. put those big clouds back to the west associated with this big batch of rain. a big patch of low pressure. most of the rain stays to our south. the future cast, sunnied morning, nice and dry. by the afternoon. high clouds. 8:00 tonight, begin to see at least a chance of light showers moving in towards the cape and islands. and then overnight tonight, most of the rain stays to our south. this particular model keeping the rain and changing it to snow in the nighttime well to our south. there's a chance it makes it farther north. anywhere south of the pike, plan
8:20 am
could have rain changing to inch. really just a coating possible appeared then well long gone by drive time tomorrow. look at these temperatures, way weekend. and then we're back to normal just in time to get back to you on a monday. there's the cooler air making its way southward and stays in place on tuesday. that's just in time for our next moving in. so late tuesday night. a chance of some snow to be breaking out, making its way northward. and then the warm air starts to take over. so we begin to transition into some freezing rain and eventually all rain by later wednesday night and on into thursday. it's going to get windy around here with that storm passing by to our west. we stay on the warm side of it and eventually changes to wind swept soaking rain by thursday. there's the seven-day forecast. we get back to chilly on monday and tuesday. appeared then it's wednesday and thursday, the brunt of this
8:21 am
and colder again by late next week. >> heather: sounds like another roller coaster. all right. jason. called to serve, a local woman called to basic training with only one thing holding her back, a car lease that her bank wouldn't let her out of. >> you're not helping someone that's in the military protecting you. >> heather: coming up, the action the bank is now taking after we started making phone calls. >> daniel: plus, remembering a tragedy that claimed the lives of 100 people. next how close the victims families are to creatin the new caramel macchiato from dunkin' donuts. let hand-crafted layers of espresso, milk, and a caramel-flavored swirl uplift your mood. indulge in a hot or iced macchiato today.
8:22 am
8:23 am
(vo) shop all makes, models and colors in your neighborhood... all with worry-free ownership. head to your neighborhood enterprise car sales and let the people who buy more vehicles than anyone... shift your thinking about buying
8:24 am
something delicious is happening at dunkin'. come in today to get any sandwich for $2.99 after 12:00 p.m. america runs on dunkin'. . >> daniel: a somber day for friends and family of the victims of the deadly nightclub station fire. 13 years ago yesterday, 100 people killed and hundreds others hurt, when a pyrotech nicks caused a massive fire during a concert. victims visited a proposed memorial and told us the loss never gets easier. >> it hurts today as much as it did 13 years ago when it. haed. i think the biggest thing people need to remember, we'rener going
8:25 am
>> daniel: they're $400,000 short of their 2 million dollar goal. they're hoping the memorial will be completed this fall. >> heather: lawyers pleaded jared fogle's case in court on friday. they say fogle never abused small children and that the prostitutes he had sex with were near the legal age. he was sentenced to 15 years in prison after he pleaded guilty to child exploitation and distribution of child pornography. frustrated drivers contact fox 25 all the time with complaints about the commuter race. so fox 25 investigates down on the cape and started digging on the company's promise to improve service and we learned some say those promises are falling flat. >> there was a 60 football of smoke and mirrors between the real late train data and what's reported to the public. >> heather: that runs the commuter rail recently touted
8:26 am
and that's a different story than what we were hearing from riders that we spoke with. tonight at 10, see what happened when we asked riders to track their commute for two weeks and why critics say the company data doesn't tell the entire story. >> daniel: a white roof barely visible above the water. coming up, what we're working to find out about this car that crashed into the water. >> jason: i'm updating that chance for some rain, even changing to snow overnight tonight straight ahead. >> reporter: an suv that looks like this, at the center of two police investigations.
8:27 am
morning pone of the cool perks of this place pis you can eat as much cereal as you want. it' s like i' m going to work to get some. alrighty. we just like cereal. we make it, eat it, love it, live it.
8:28 am
what is going on? today we're going to run a slalom course. not down the mountain, but up it... that's terrifying. ...in one of these. sweet the chevy silverado offers a combination of 4wd and an exclusive
8:29 am
let's do this. so, if a rear wheel starts to slip, the axle automatically locks to provide better traction. feels like a beast. grips great. dude, that was awesome. current qualified competitiver lessees can get this silverado all star v8 forr around $269 a month. silverado, the #1 selling full size truck in new england. complete new england news coverage continues right now. this is fox 25 morning news. >> heather: this morning, the results are in and a pair of winners have been declared.
8:30 am
morning as the winner of the south carolina primary and hillary clinton the winner of the nevada caucuses. >> daniel: in the meantime, jeb bush announces he is stepping out of the bid for the white house. good morning, it is 8:30, sunday morning, february 21st, i'm daniel miller. >> heather: i'm heather hegedus. we'll have a lot more for the candidates still ahead. first switch gears and check in with meteorologist jason brewer and the weather center. watching one system tonight and another one this week. very busy this morning. >> jason: a can you remember things going on. last week at this time, subzero now 29 degrees above normal. what do you want? it's new england, right. just hang on. temperatures hovering around 50 degrees for noontime. right through the 3:00 hour. increasing clouds this afternoon. but no big complaints with those lower 50s. there's the overnight rain and snow chance sitting well back to our west right now and the bulk
8:31 am
to our south overnight tonight. but watching for any subtle changes this rain may build farther northward than what that model was showing. south of the pike, watch out for light rain while we're sleeping for the most part, possibly changing into light snow, accumulations very light, an inch or less. back with more on that weak storm that's coming up in a little bit. >> heather: at least you said weak. i can handle that. developing this morning, police are on the hunt for an suv, and could be connected to a pair of issen who remain on the run at this hour. >> daniel: take a look at this information on your screen, an alert has been issued for a blue 2015 mitsubishi outlander, massachusetts place with the numbers dv 6406. you can see that on your screen. to be clear, you're looking at an example of the suv from the mitsubishi website. >> heather: right now the police are urging the public to be on alert. and stephanie coueignoux is live at the revere police department with new information from police about how this might be
8:32 am
last week, stephanie. >> reporter: and heather, police are telling us that they believe the suspects ditched the car during that police chase and possibly then got into that blue suv that you saw right there on your screen. this all started on thursday, right here in revere, when police say an officer stopped the car, the driver got out, attacked the officer, and then sped away. but take a look. these are the two people that police are now looking for. this is michael guthrow and jacqueline murphy. guthrow is wanted on four outstanding warrants and murphy is wanted on one. police say guthrow was driving here in revere when that officer pulled him over. that is when police say guthrow tried to stab that officer with a syringe before speeding off. the officer was able to follow him into chelsea. but lost control of his cruiser
8:33 am
these two utility poles. thankfully he is expected to recover. but the police chief told us this morning, they believe that's possibly when later on the suspects ditched that first car and then possibly got into that second car. and, again, we do want to get that information right there on your screen. this is the car that police are now looking for. it's 2015 blue four-door mitsubishi outlander. it has a massachusetts license plate. that number once again right there on your screen. dv 6406. and police say it was last seen in warren. but coming up, the warning police now have for the public. in revere, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> daniel: again, we will bring you the latest on this story as it continues to develop. make sure you have our fox 25 news app to get updates no matter where you are. it is a free download for android and apple devices. >> heather: several updates to tell you about right now in
8:34 am
we're just learning that a 14-year-old girl originally pronounced dead in that kalamazoo shooting is still alive. police releasing this update around 8 a.m. saying the girl is actually in serious condition. we're also getting a first look at the man accused of opening fire on three separate locations yesterday. take a look right here, 45-year-old jason brian dalton was arrested overnight. police say the shooting started around 6 last night in an apartment complex before moving to a car dealership and cracker barrel restaurant. six people are dead. no word right now on a possible motive. here at home, also breaking right now, a car has been hit by a train in andover. this happened on essex street around 8 this morning. no one was hurt, but the area is closed to traffic. also told that mbta officials are headed to the scene right now to take over the investigation. right now we're working to find out for you what type of training was involved. and an update as soon as we get
8:35 am
newsroom. >> daniel: new this morning, fox 25 is working to get more information about a car crash in swansea that sent a car into water. take a look at this picture here, it was tweeted out by swansea fire department overnight. the white roof of the car barely visible above the pitch back black water. it happened on bayside road. no word about any injuries. >> heather: two states and two winners. the fire results are in for the south carolina primary and nevada caucuses. and this morning, a candidate in win. donald trump has won south carolina with 30.5% of the events and hillary clinton is support. >> daniel: it's the end of the road for jeb bush, who despite raising more than any other candidate, he decided to call it quits after last night's fourth place finish.
8:36 am
calendar, and will whittle down the playing field for the candidates. massachusetts and vermont will head to the polls on march 1st. fox 25 will have coverage every step of the way. join us on television and online for how the candidates are preparing are and the results as they come in. >> heather: millions of tax dollars are being sold on government equipment but now we're learning that much of it is missing. still ahead, take a look at the surprising items that are unaccounted for. why there is concern this morning that they could put personal information at risk. >> daniel: plus hearing about celebrity linked items hitting the auction block isn't so strange but we guarantee an item linked to the beetles will raise an eyebrow. what someone shelled out $35,000 for. that's next. >> jason: clouds later.
8:37 am
8:38 am
8:39 am
8:40 am
you like the warm >> daniel: just coming up on 8:40 this morning. a record number of people are hoping to experience outer space. nasa says more than 18,000 people have applied for astronaut candidate training program. that's nearly three times the number it got for its last class back in 2012. chances of making the cut are pretty slim. only 14 people will be chosen for the program. >> heather: soon people who can't eat dairy won't feel left out when it comes to ben & jerry's made with coconut oil and almond milk. coffee caramel and pb and cookies, i feel bad people were deprived of these flavors all this time. they should hit shelves next month >>did the bankruptcy judge is taking a close irlook at a rapper's instagram feed. 50 credibility is ordered to explain pictures he posted
8:41 am
cash. talking stacks of 100 dollar bills that could add up to $50,000. the big problem, 50 credibility whose real name is curtis jackson. filed for bankruptcy last year. the rapper says he's been driven into bankruptcy by lawsuits. his legal team says jackson will go to court to explain but right now, it's unclear when. >> heather: here's a story that might make you cringe this morning, if you're eating your cereal and just waking up. a bizarre police of memorabilia has sod at auction for $35,000. it was apparently a clump of john lennon's hair. a brit tick collector bought it at a dallas auction yesterday and the hair came with a pair of newspapers and a signed call sheet. >> daniel: and we've learned that the auction house has verified its authenticities. okay. >> heather: $35,000.
8:42 am
would spend $35,000 for someone's hair. >> heather: kwlok you need it. >> daniel: no. coming up, a community, under water advisory. the murky situation one city is dealing with and what's behind it. >> heather: also a call to serve our country but still saddled with a bill of for a car she won't even be driving. so fox 25 investigates the
8:43 am
duty p (vo) with thousands of qualityr pre-owned vehicles... rand exceptional customervservice, head to your neighborhood enterprise car sales and let the people who buy more vehicles than anyone... pflip your thinking about buying
8:44 am
oh-oh, oh-oh oh-oh, oh-oh, oh-oh-oh-ooh, oh hearts are made for sharing. spread some sweetness with dunkin' donuts' cookie dough and brownie batter donuts. heart-shaped happiness too sweet not to share.
8:45 am
>> heather: a local woman called to active duty but couldn't get out of a car lease. her concerned mother called us for any relief to her daughter in the army now. fox 25 investigates looks into what kind of protections is out there for active soldiers. after we started making calls. >> reporter: the day she left to see the smile on her face, i think she was going to miss us, but she was so happy. this is definitely what she wanted. >> reporter:rax son cats says as long as she remembers her daughter christina wanted to serve her country. in january, the army made the call. she was bound for basic training. these are pictures from the day
8:46 am
when the call came, she had limited time to settle her affairs, including terminating the lease on her mazda 6. still had a year laeft on the lease. but chase bank wasn't budging. >> they sent her a letter saying they denied the early termination. she's been paying the lease for three years. now something she's doing, they should give back to our soldiers, a little something. >> reporter: fox 25 investigates, the lease falls under the civil service relief act. in fact, christina's sergeant, sent a letter, verifying she'd be on active duty until august of 2016. >> you're not helping someone that's in the military protecting you. >> reporter: the family didn't want christina's credit to take a hit so she took over the payments. but after we called the bank, those payments have been forgiven. we contacted jp morgan chase. friday afternoon they e-mailed us, we have nothing but the utmost respect for those who
8:47 am
we have been in touch with the soldier's family and working to resolve the issue. they later got back to us, saying not only would they terminate the lease, the soldier could keep the car and not make any more payments. resolution for the soldier who serves her country. i'm kerry kavanaugh. fox 25 news. >> jason: maybe you're waking up with us, saying how hot did it get in my town yesterday? check it out. 55, 60 degrees, the record today was logan 60 degrees. the ocean water doing a number on the temperatures there. overall, what a sort. right now, it is sunny. i have fair skies, i should say, with a few high clouds. 48 in boston. west wind at 17 miles an hour. so that west breeze will continue throughout the better part of the day. but no complaints. as temperatures right now are running about 20 degrees above normal.
8:48 am
dedham, sharon at 47. hanover even at 50 degrees right now at the 9:00 hour as we're getting close to it. all right. temperatures out to the west, not bad, mid and upper 40s, most spots. same for the cape and islands. 49 in the vineyard right now. high temperatures today, pretty much what up see is what you get, around 50 to 52. anywhere from lawrence, to fitchburg, framingham, and botch as well. steady temperatures in the upper 40s for the cape and islands thanks to that cooler ocean temperature there. let's look at the big picture. nice sunny skies now. here come the high clouds. they're back over connecticut. western mass. right now. here's the rain back over west virginia. this is the disturbance that we're watching. watch how most of this passes by to our south in the evening hours. but any shift northward, we're going to mention at least south of the pike a chance for some light rain breaking out after dark most of this passes by while we're asleep tonight. but it does change to snow eventually late tonight and
8:49 am
i think by 7 in the morning, when you wake up with shiri, most of this is out of here, shouldn't be anything more than a few slick roads possible on the monday morning drive not a big deal overall. the temperature trend, we've been warm. we're going back to cold just in time to get back to it on a monday. that's going to linger around for the early part of the week. there's the cooler air moving in, it's in place for tuesday. that's significant. because here comes our next big storm. we're going to start things out as snow with the next round of weather coming in. but then the warm front continues to make its way northward. the storm track to our west. that means we transition into freezing rain on wednesday and then go over to potentially all rain later on thursday night and on into thursday and mix that inno with wind as well. to send out the week. sunday, 51 degrees, enjoy. tomorrow, back to seasonably chilly, early on in the week and late tuesday night through thursday. our next weather event. it does look like we'll cool off
8:50 am
into next weekend. >> daniel: a city in texas no longer living up to its name when it comes to the water supply. take a look at this crystal city water is running black. the problem began pouring from city taps a few days ago. city officials there say it's a sediment from a recent cleaning at a local water tower. apparently the tower hadn't been cleaned in decades. people under a boil water advisory until the color returns to normal. >> heather: a draw dropping opportunity in the middle of the city. the trick that you won't want to try at home but definitely will want to see. >> daniel: and from extreme sports to major league, spring training continues today for the red sox.
8:51 am
already settling welcome aboard my starship. ahoy, mateys! it's full of things i love... like me brave crew... and my fellow space adventures and free of things i don't. like aliens. just like eye patches. and when it's time to refuel, i eat chex cereal. it's full of stuff we pirates need. no artificial flavors, and it's gluten-free. excelsior! eat up, me hearties! keep it down! i'm exploring the galaxy. arrrr, that's not even
8:52 am
8:53 am
>> heather: 8:53 now and the high school basketball game has everyone talking this morning because of the crushing defeat one team handed to the other. take a look at the score board right here. you are reading that score right. the final score 108-1. it happened in cleveland ohio at a girl's basketball game. the coach of the winning team says they gave their opponents every opportunity to bring their score up. and the losing team says they're
8:54 am
the school releasing a statement saying they're proud of the way the team hand the game despite the game, they were not sore losers. >> gorgeous day yesterday, i was outside raking my grass, trying to make up my laziness november. that was nice, maybe i should've tossed a baseball around with somebody. the red sox continued to do that yesterday in fort myers. the second official work out for pitchers and catchers. that being the case, david price front and center for everyone in attendance, including our butch stearns who continues his report on air and online. i'll join him monday afternoon. price trying to enjoy every moment with his teammates both on and off the field because he knows he's going to be here for a while. >> in a new environment. but it's definitely wearing off. it feels a lot better than a few weeks ago. baseball forever. so it's relationships and the
8:55 am
the game that are going to last. for me that's what's special about baseball. >> pretty easy day yesterday. he's in the bullpen today. pablo and ramirez are not due to arrive. not until tuesday, first official work out on wednesday. ramirez took a break, headed to miami, not officially due with the team until all of the rest of the regulars appear. also impressive win yesterday by the bruins 6 game road trip. one on the road against dallas. more on the red sox coming up with butch stearns tonight on the sports wrap. stick with us. >> heather: all right. a pair of professional skiers have no fear. they put boston record snowfalls to very good use here. >> daniel: i'd say so. >> heather: coming up. why the man behind this viral videos say they're not the only ones willing to do these jaw dropping stunts that you got to see to believe. >> jason: as a skier, that's the coolest thing ever. i can't wait to see that. right now, it's beautiful and
8:56 am
wring wings. i'll have the timing on that coming up. >> daniel: government items, stolen or lost? why experts are concerned some of again! r
8:57 am
again! again! again? again! again! general mills is removing artificial flavors and colors from our cereals. so you can love cereal... again! people love me for saving them
8:58 am
when they switch to progressive. so i'm dabbling in new ventures. it was board-game night with the dalai lama. great guy. terrible player. go paperless don't stress, girl i got the discounts that you need it's a balancing act, but i got to give the people what they want -- more box. any words for the critics? what can i say? critties gonna neg. [ applause ] the what?!
8:59 am
. >> jason: i'll tell you who sees 50s today and when this disturbance could bring rain and snow. >> reporter: new this morning, revere police are looking for an suv that could be connected to a police chase last week. the warning they're now send to go the public. >> we just won nevada! >> so tonight, i am suspending my sclan. >> heather: the changing face of the presidential race and the state all of the candidates are focusing on next. >> daniel: plus a police search turned up this, a loaded gun hidden in the very place a baby sleeps. what police were looking for when they found the gun coming
9:00 am
>> complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is fox 25 morning news. >> heather: good sunday morning, everyone. thanks so much for waking up with the fox 25 morning news. it's the a.m., i'm heather hegedus. >> daniel: good morning, i'm danny miller, all eyes on the weather this morning, after seeing a beautiful 50 something degree day yesterday. we're all hoping it sticks around. meteorologist jason brewer is in the storm tracker weather center this morning. jason, it's all on you. >> jason: let's take a look. right now, daniel, heather this, it's 49, 50 degrees. and it's 9:00 in the morning. so i think we're off to a pretty good start. and i'll take credit for that, sure, any time. numbers climbing up into the today. boston planner 51 at 1:00, staying mild. overnight tonight, a chance of some rain, possibly even changing to snow as all of this south coast. so there's a look at midnight. again, most of it passing by to our south.
9:01 am
cold air coming back we could certainly transition to light snow. mainly south of the pike, if even that far north. more changing for the workweek, more changes to tell you about, still ahead. >> heather: we want to bring you breaking news in our newsroom within the last half hour. a car has been hit by a train in andover. it happened at 8:00 a.m. no one was hurt. but the areas is closed to traffic but no one was hurt. officials are headed to the scene right now to take over the investigation. right now we're also working to find out for you exactly what type of train was involved. we are working our sources on the story and we'll have that update for you just as soon as we find out more information. >> daniel: it is 9:01. developing this morning, police are on the hunt for an suv and also new this morning, we're hearing from police that it who are on the run. >> heather: we want you to take a look at the information on your screen right here, an alert has been issued for a blue 2015, mitsubishi outlander.
9:02 am
the number right there that you see on your screen, dv 6406. to be here, you're luanne example of the suv, that's not the actual vehicle. >> daniel: fox 25 stephanie coueignoux is live at the revere police department. you've been in contact with the police chief this morning, stephanie, who says they're not ruling out aection can to a police chase that happened this week? >> reporter: well, daniel, what the police chief is telling us, is that during that car chase, after that car chase, this he believe the suspects may have ditched that car and eventually gotten into that blue suv that you saw right there on your screen. so what police are saying this morning, is that if you see those suspects, if you see that blue suv, do not approach. to his suspects could be dangerous. so immediately call police. and take a look. these are the two people that revere police have been searching for since thursday. this is michael guthrow and jacqueline murphy.
9:03 am
when police say guthrow was driving through revere. an officer pulled him over and that's when police say guthrow tried to stab the officer with a syringe. guthrow then sped off. now, the officer was able to follow him into chelsea. but eventually lost control of his cruiser and then crashed into two utility poles. and you're seeing video of that after math of that suv, that cruiser, and those telephone poles right there. that officer was seriously injured in that crash. thankfully, though, we can tell you he is expected to recover. but, again, those suspects able to get away. and police say they may have ditched that car getting into that suv. so we want to put that information once again right on your screen. they are now looking for a 2015 blue four-door mitsubishi outlander. it does have a massachusetts license plate.
9:04 am
it was last seen in woburn. and because police say those suspects could be dangerous. they're asking you do not approach. call them immediately. but coming up, we also took a closer look at both of those suspects criminal histories and we'll have details once again coming up. in revere, stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> heather: and, again, we'll bring you the latest on this story, as it continues to unfold. make sure to have our fox 25 news app to get updates no matter where you are, no matter what time it is. we have a web team constantly updating it. it is free to download for android and apple devices. >> daniel: the republican nomination continues, jeb bush announcing he's leaving the race. he started his campaign as the odds on fay writ to win and had financial backing from big money donors. take a limp to what he said after losing last night. >> the people of iowa, new hampshire, and south carolina have spoken and i respect their
9:05 am
so tonight, i'm suspending my campaign. >> daniel: let's take a look at the final standing, republican front-runner, donald trump secured his second win last night. he finished with 32.5% of the vote, coming out on top in all but two counties and sweeping out all of the delegates. marco rubio edged out ted cruz by less than .2%. and in a race for second that couldn't be called until every precinct sent in their numbers. jeb bush, john kasich and ben carson trailed behind in the single dinths. >> heather: meantime in nevada it was a race for the democrats, hillary clinton declared the winner with nearly 53% of the vote. bernie sanders getting 47.2%. as karen case semreports, hill lee's victory wasn't exactly what she was hoping for. >> reporter: the ballot started at 7 a.m. in in south carolina but the contest out west brought
9:06 am
clinton entered the nevada caucuses in a tight battle with bernie sanders and came out on top. >> i am so-so thrilled and so grateful to all of my supporters out there. some may have doubted us. but we never doubted each other. >> reporter: but the margin of victory much slimmer than perhaps the campaign hoped. bernie sanders noted how he had been playing catch up. >> what this entire campaign has been about is the issue of momentum. is the issue of bringing more and more people into the political process. >> reporter: from first in the west, to first in the south. donald trump led by double digits in most polls headed into saturday's contest and post his his second victory of the 2016 republican race. >> let's go. let's have a big win in nevada,
9:07 am
let's put this thing away. >> reporter: jeb bush, the one time front-runner, help from his family in the crucial state was not enough. >> the people in iowa, new hampshire, and south carolina have spoken and i respect their decision. so tonight the, i am suspending my campaign. >> reporter: next up for the republicans caucuses in nevada on tuesday. the democrats come here to south carolina for their first in south primary next saturday. in columbia south carolina, i'm karen case sem. final four. governor john kasich, isn't letting last night's fourth place finish dampen his spirits he was in new england as the republican primary was underway in south carolina. last night after the results were in, he said he's going to continue fight fighting for the nomination. >> we're going to march for the people who have come out all over the country. we're going to turn power,
9:08 am
where we live. >> daniel: he also took a moment to acknowledge jeb bush and his family for their service to the country. he's hoping for the endorsement of massachusetts governor charlie baker now that chris christie, baker's first pick, is out of the race. now the candidates are ahead to super tuesday, the biggest day on the primary calendar and will really whittle down the playing field for the republican candidates. a dozen states, including massachusetts, plus americansa mow with a will head to the polls on march 1st. join us on television and online how the candidates are preparing as the results are coming in. >> heather: what prosecutors are now saying that dead willing shooting spree in kalamazoo was random and the only connection between each of the three kalamazoo locations was the accused shooter. they say he just went on a random rampage.
9:09 am
released photo of the suspect in the last half hour. this is jason brian dalton. he is accused of opening fire at a car dealership and the a cracker barrel restaurant last night. in all, six people dead, two more hurt, including a 14-year-old girl, who originally declared dead but police this morning, correcting their earlier statements they're announcing she's alive but in critical condition. >> daniel: the terrorism experts are now investigating the shootings of two new york city police officers. the officers were shot while responding to reports of gun fire in brooklyn early yesterday morning. he was taken to the hospital but this mornings his condition not being released fbi agents believe the shooter has extremist ties. the two officers shot are expected to be okay. >> heather: 9:0 the here at home, boston police sharing this photo with us, showing the disturbing place that officers found a loaded handgun.
9:10 am
norfolk street in dorchester for drugs when that's what they found right there. a gun resting in a baby's bassinet or some kind of swing. they also found heroin, cocaine and cash. both arrested with drug trafficking. >> daniel: still no word on what caused this deadly house fire in natick, killing a 73-year-old woman inside. it happen add the 211 east central street it was spotted yesterday morning by an off duty fire lieutenant on his way to work. lieutenant eric will williamson said he noticed smoke coming from the house as he drove by, he said the color of the fire didn't look normal for a chimney or wood stove fire. so he stopped and assessed the property and busted through the front door. >> i conducted a primary search of the basement and the first floor. just screaming and yelling, too. i didn't hear any response from anybody. and into the basement and first floor were clear. i tried to make the second floor, got halfway up the stairs
9:11 am
and i couldn't really breathe. >> daniel: the name of the victim has not been released. this is 12th fire related death in the commonwealth this year. the state fire marshal says there were no working smoke detectors inside the home. >> heather: this morning, we also learned the woman burned in this fire has now died. it happened a week ago in attleboro. a neighbor found andrea leaks outside of the doorway of the building and dragged her 100 feet to safety. while weeks was rushed to a rhode island hospital with severe burns and a spokesperson for the hospital has now confirmed for us this morning that weeks died there on friday. fire investigators haven't released the cause of that fire. >> daniel: a local gas station forced to close after an suv went be crashing into a pillar right next to the gas pump. coming up the malfunction that caused the dent. >> heather: plus millions of equipment. but now much of that equipment is missing. next.
9:12 am
items that are unaccounted for. why there's concern it could put personal information at risk. >> jason: and not as mild as yesterday. but still a nice day on tap. i'll tell you about that rain and snow dear fellow citizen, i know how it feels to save for retirement and college - times two. i get that it can be overwhelming, because i' m living it. but i always tell people - saving' s not that complicated. you just have to work with what you have. if you have a question about saving, ask me. sincerely, alex payne.
9:13 am
feels like each day is a game of chance. pi wanted to put the odds in my favor. about botox an fda-approved treatment that significantly reduces with chronic migraine. 15 or more headache days a month, each lasting 4 hours or more. it' prevent headache days. s injected by my doctor once every 3 months. the effects of botox may spread hours to weeks after injection causing serious symptoms. alert your doctor right away, as difficulty swallowing, speaking, breathing, eye problems, or muscle weakness can be a sign of a life-threatening condition. side effects may include allergic reactions, neck and injection site pain, fatigue and headache. don' t take botox if you have a skin infection. tell your doctor about your medical history, muscle or nerve conditions, and medications, including botulinum toxins, as these may increase the risk of serious side effects. put the odds on your side. visit botoxchronicmigraine.com to learn how to save on your treatment.
9:14 am
9:15 am
. >> daniel: missing government equipment, the price tag nearly 2 million dollars. you paid for it, so we wanted to see how well the state of massachusetts is keeping track of its stuff. fox 25 eric rasmussen dug through a lost and stolen items and found some surprises. >> this is your baby right there. >> reporter: matt's laptop is his lifeline. >> very important. >> reporter: studying at u. mass. boston. what would you do if you lost that thing? >> i would have to go to library to write my papers. new one. >> no, not that quickly. >> reporter: gadgets worth more than $300,000, disappear. a macbook pro, lost by a milan. another stolen from an york. fox 25 investigates found all
9:16 am
and paid for by massachusetts tax payers have been lost or stolen in the last four years. snowplow blades worth $1700, gold medallions and silver coins missing from the state treasurer's office. and plenty in cash. a occur rear picked up two deposit bags from the rmv here in fall river. they were supposedly dropped off at a night deposit box but one of those bags with $24,000 inside just disappeared. showed our database to chip faulkner with the watch dog group, citizens for limited taxation. >> when you first told me about this, i thought maybe a couple dozen items totals a few thousand dollars but these are hundred of items with millions involved. >> reporter: in the case of that missing money, the rmv e-mailed fox 25 a statement saying the registry takes handling money
9:17 am
and went onto say an investigation determined the checks were lost by the currier. faulkner isn't satisfied. >> you know the irony here is, here all of these things are stolen, yet if the tax payers are ever so much as a couple days late on a payment, the state is on them like a wet suit. >> it's a continuing call leg. i think it's a growing challenge. >> reporter: mass. state auditor keeps track of the stolen and missing property. she's concerned about the high tech items on this list. >> the state government like everyone is more more and more reliability on technology and much of it is very mobile. the it's information on the laptop that's more valuable than even the laptop itself. >> reporter: in fact, fox 25 investigates found a laptop stolen from u. mass. boston in 2012 had the social security numbers of 88 students. eric rasmussen, fox 25 news. >> now your local forecast from
9:18 am
team. >> jason: good sunday morning. right now, fair skies, 49 degrees. typically might be hovering right around freezing mark this time of the morning. headed into that category for the rest of the day. look at those numbers, hanover 51, 47 burlington. wellesley at 48 right now. back to the west, not too much colder. mid and upper 40s, places like worcester over to fitchburg and really here around the cape and islands, we're also seeing upper 40 and even lower 50 degree readings. these numbers aren't going to change much today. they're going to fluctuate either side of where you stand right now. as a weak front has moved we. we're going to see a few high clouds around and a bit of a breeze out of the west making it comfortable where we could be this time of the year which about 40 for a norm. 52 norwood, up to 53 in plymouth. actually see a few readings in
9:19 am
thanks to the cooler ocean water. looking at the sat lightly view, you do see those bands of high clouds. a disturbance way over here over the ohio valley. it's going to track due east eventually a chance of rain and even change that to snow overnight. look at it. future cast does a good job of showing you where the rain is right now over west virginia and louisiana. then as we get to 8:00 tonight, some of these light showers are making their way towards the south coast. any shift northward in the track of all of this, you could get a little rain anywhere south of the pike, that's a pretty good general rule for tonight. most of this comes by while we're sleeping and then tomorrow morning, i don't anticipate any problems on the roads just a few slick spots where overnight-light rain and snow occurs it looks to pass mostly off to the soft. with accumulations remaining at an inch or less. place us like plymouth county
9:20 am
60 yesterday official at the boston airport. 51 today, and then monday and tuesday back to the chill. that's typical for this time of year. upper 30s to near 40. the colder air comes in and that's significant because it's just in time for our next storm system to make its way in. that looks mainly to be after dark on tuesday. and then warm air starts to take over again, change that snow over to possibly freezing rain and eventually all rain. the timing on that too early to iron it out specifically. but it really looks like wednesday night, most spots are in the warm sector around underneath rain and not left over freezing rain at that time. so the seven-day forecast, it is mild today, 51. and then in the upper 20s and tuesday. and then again, late tuesday night through thursday, where the snow, ice, and eventually rain moves in.
9:21 am
guess what, it starts to get cold once more. >> jason: take a look at this. a scary scene at cumberland farms, hit a column, when a gas pedal got stuck. the driver wasn't hurt and the gas station is back open this morning. >> heather: jaw dropping stunts right here in the city. the tricks you won't want to try at home. but you'll want to see.
9:22 am
don't talks about wh (vo) want to be happy with your next vehicle purchase? at enterprise, we guarantee it. p head to your neighborhood enterprise car sales p and let the people who buy more vehicles than anyone... p change your thinking about
9:23 am
carry the centimeter, something something something... [ beeping, whirring ] great caesar salad! and now the name your price tool to help fit their budget. yeah! people really do save an average of over $500 when they switch. i mean about you inventing it. i invented the story, and isn't that what really matters? so...
9:24 am
. >> heather: welcome back, 9:24. the final calls from the doomed cargo fish, el faro were played yesterday in front of the u.s. coast guard panel. the captain can be overheard saying the clock is ticking as the ship is taking on water. the cargo ship did sink during a hurricane in the bahamas back in october. everyone on board, including three crew members from massachusetts died. >> daniel: the former fate of subway sandwiches is hoping to get a shorter sentence. lawyers pleaded jared fogle's case in court on friday. they say fogle never abused small children and that the prostitutes he had sex with were near the legal age.
9:25 am
prison after he pleaded to child exploitation and distributes child pornography. >> heather: frustrated drivers contact fox 25 all the time with complaints about the commuter rail. so fox 25 investigates got on the case and we started digging into the company's promise to improve service. we learned some say that promise is falling flat. >> it was a 60 football of smoke and mirrors between the real late train data and what's reported to the public. >> heather: the company that runs the commuter rail usually touted record setting on time performance. that's a different story, though, than what we're hearing from some riders who we interviewed. tonight at 10:00, see what happened when we asked riders to track their commute for two weeks and why critics say the company's data just doesn't tell the whole story. >> daniel: 9:25. a push to crack down on local pet stores.
9:26 am
stores come from abusive backgrounds. it's time to put an end to the problem and how it could impact your next pet purchase. >> jason: i'm tracking our next rain and even snow chance. a few of those coming up in the seven-day forecast. stay tuned. >> reporter: an suv that looks like this. at the center of two police investigations.
9:27 am
9:28 am
9:29 am
complete new england news coverage continues right now. this is fox 25 morning news. >> heather: the results are in. and a pair of whip inners have been this morning, donald trump is waking up the winner of south carolina primary while hillary clinton celebrating a victory of her own in the nevada caucuses. >> daniel: in the meantime, the republican field lost another candidate. jeb bush announcing he's out of the race to the white house. good morning, it's sunday daniel miller.
9:30 am
a lot of political news to get to. more ahead on what's next. first, from negative 9 last week to sunshine this morning. the possibility of 50 degrees again. jason is here and winter is not over just yet. you're watching two different systems. >> jason: yes, exactly overnight tonight, a chance for some rain, even changing that over to some snow for a brief period. right now look at these temperatures, 49 to 50 degrees. anywhere you go from bedford to boston to norwood even hyannis at 50. 43 in worcester, the coldest spot i have and that's not even too bad. temperatures in low 50s around bon of. with highs on the increase overnight rain and snow chance is creeping closer to us through the day today. this disturbance passes by well to our south overnight tonight. looks like the south and the cape and islands looks the best chance of rain after dark. could creep possibly as far north as the pike and brief coating of snow looks to be the big deal.
9:31 am
expect pour the week coming up. >> heather: do have an update about breaking news we've been following for you 8:30 this morning. just in the last few minutes, it was an amtrak train that hit an suv in andover this morning. the crash happened around 8 this morning. the woman driving the suv we're told was not injured. we know ha the train stopped but is expected to start moving again soon. mbta officials are heading over to the scene to take over the investigation and we'll stay on top of it for you. >> jason: it is 9:41 developing right now police are on the run for an suv and could be connected to a pair of suspects. >> heather: an alert issued for a blue suv outlander. massachusetts place dv 6406. this is an example of that suv from the website. not the actual car. >> daniel: that's right and the police are urging the public to be on alert.
9:32 am
from the revere police department with new information from police this morning about how this might be connected to a police chase from last week. good morning, stephanie. >> reporter: and daniel, they're saying that the suspect involved in last week's chase may have ditched that car and possibly gotten into that suv that you saw right there. again, this all happening last thursday when police say an officer pulled a car over. the driver, they say, then off. and take a look. these are the two people that revere police have been looking for since thursday. this is michael guthrow and jacqueline murphy. guthrow is wanted on four outstanding war reports and murphy is wanted on one. police say guthrow was driving around revere last week when that officer pulled him over. that's when police say guthrow actually tried to stab the officer with a syringe before speeding off.
9:33 am
him into chelsea. but eventually lost control of his cruiser and then crashed into several utility poles. you can see that video right there from that scene on thursday. thankfully we can tell you that he is expected to recover. but, again, the revere police chief telling us this morning, that he believes those suspects likely then ditched that car and suv. we want to get you back to that information on your screen. police are asking everyone to be on the look out for this suv. again, this is a 2015 blue four-door mitsubishi outlander. it has a massachusetts plate. 6406. it was last seen in woburn. but, again, they say that these dangerous. so if you see those suspects, if you see that suv, do not approach. but immediately call police. in revere, i'm stephanie
9:34 am
>> daniel: and we will bring you the very latest on this story as it continues to develop. make sure you have our fox 25 news app to get updates on no matter where you are. it is a free download for android and apple devices. >> heather: to other news, a man accused of attacking police in another case now? custody. gerald rodriguez was arrested yesterday he's accused of stealing a wallet on friday and attacking three lowell police him. the lowell sunny reporting that one of those reporters had to go to the hospital because of a cut above the eye. now facing charges. stores. one city councilors say those animals typically are abused or neglected. tells "the globe" the proposal will only apply to pet stores not to people who buy directly pet.
9:35 am
the community already have similar laws. >> heather: two states and two winners. the final results are in for the south carolina primary and nevada caucuses. and this morning, a candidate in each party is celebrating a big win. donald trump has won south carolina with 32.5% of the votes. meantime, hillary clinton is the big winner in nevada with 52.7% support. we want to look at how the other candidates stacked up. bernie sanders, 42.7% of the vote. almost split there in nevada. in south carolina, marco rubio primary. look how close he and ted cruz were. neck and neck they continue to be. they were only apart by .2%. rubio declared the second place winner in the early morning hours of sunday. so it took a while to calculate those votes. we told you 30 minutes ago, that
9:36 am
he start his his campaign as the odds on favorite to win because of his name, because of the financial backing from big money donors. but last night, he left the race, saying the people of iowa, new hampshire, and south carolina have spoken and he respects their decisions. in the meantime, the rest of the pack looking ahead to super tuesday. it is the biggest day on the primary calendar. we'll really whittle down the playing field for the republican candidates. a dozen states including right here in massachusetts, will be 1st. we'll have coverage every step tuesday. online. we'll let you know how the candidates are preparing and real-time results a they come in >>okay. thousands of people have crossed their fingers hoping to becomes astro thoughts. how they already put their stamp on history just by signing up for a program.
9:37 am
linked items hitting the auction block aren't so unusual. we do guarantee one item tied to the beetles will have you raising an eyebrow. someone shed out $35,000 for next. >> jason: i'll tell you when we get back, cold, seasonable temperatures and what about that workweek the new caramel macchiato from dunkin' donuts. let hand-crafted layers of espresso, milk, and a caramel-flavored swirl uplift your mood. indulge in a hot or iced macchiato today.
9:38 am
(vo) shop all makes, models and colors in your neighborhood... all with worry-free ownership. head to your neighborhood enterprise car sales and let the people who buy more vehicles than anyone... shift your thinking about buying your next one. i do everything on the internet. but, it's kind of slow. my friends say i should get fios because it's the fastest. i just downloaded 600 photos in
9:39 am
that's seriously better. i wonder what else could be better around here? (husband) i heard that. switching to better internet is only fios has the fastest with uploads up to 5x faster get 100 meg upload and download plus tv and phone for just annual contract. switch to better.
9:40 am
oh-oh, oh-oh oh-oh, oh-oh, oh-oh-oh-ooh, oh hearts are made for sharing. spread some sweetness with dunkin' donuts' cookie dough and brownie batter donuts. heart-shaped happiness too sweet not to share. america runs on dunkin'. >> daniel: it's 9:40 right now. record people hoping to enjoy a outer space. 18,000 people have applied for astronaut training program. nearly three times it got for the last class back in 2012. the chances of making the cut are pretty slim. only 14 people will be chosen for the program. >> heather: here's a story sure
9:41 am
a bizarre piece of beetles memorabilia, has sold at auction for $35,000. we're not going to show you the image. you're eating your breakfast, you might not want to see hair this these early in the morning. a lock of john lennon's hair. a british collectors bought it at auction yesterday. it came with a pair of newspapers and call sheet. that might have been as just as valuable. >> daniel: an auction house verified its authenticity. >> heather: a lot of people's hair on the floor when cutting. dna testing hopefully was involved in that verification. >> daniel: a community is under boil water advisory until further notice. coming up up a look at the murky situation one city is dealing with and what's behind it. >> heather: and the jaw dropping stunt right here in the city. you won't want to try this at home, but definitely want to see more.
9:42 am
9:43 am
and we hear from the men behind the world a president has to grapple with. sometimes you can't even imagine. that's the job. and she's the one who's proven she can get it done. ...securing a massive reduction in nuclear weapons... ...standing up against the abuse of women...
tv-commercial
9:44 am
national guard... ...and winning health care for 8 million children... the presidency is the toughest job in the world and she's the one who'll make a real difference for you. i'm hillary clinton and i approved this message. . >> heather: skiing on the streets of boston. this was not doctored here. this video here. it might look unusual. but oh my gosh. watch that.
9:45 am
and the two new englanders who say they're okay with that, just don't try it at home. fox 25 jackie heinrich shows us the video dropping jaws. >> reporter: who could forget boston's record snowfall last year? these two guys took advantage in a way you probably have never seen. cam reilly and clated ton vela, the two pro skiers now getting nationwide recognition for their expert documentary, it just went viral last week. these stunts give the x games a run for their money. >> we've done a lot of more traditional skiing in the past. like competitions, powders, stuff like that. but these days we kind of focus on doing this kind of stuff. street skiing stuff. >> reporter: kraerz yet, these
9:46 am
ones doing this stuff. a bit of a cult culture to it. they do a lot of stuff at night so they don't get away with much. >> a lot of police officers and stuff. at the end of the day, they realize we're not ill intentioned and just trying to do some skiing and do something creative with our time. >> reporter: and they certainly achieved that. many of these shots took multiple tries. which is why the video took the better part of a year to get produced. even though it was shot in 2015. we've got to find these features and a lot of driving around and endlessesly roaming. you sometimes try things that don't work. sometimes you spend a couple of weeks for one few second clip. >> reporter: jackie heinrich, fox 25 news. >> now your forecast from jason brewer and fox 25 storm tracker weather team. >> jason: that is cool. guy the to see that. as a skier, i can't wait. spring skiing, if you're able to
9:47 am
officially in boston. we had 55 there in worcester. and temperatures today not as mild but still no big complaints. with temperatures already many spots. we had a northwest wind coming hour. a little bit of a wind chill but again, a little of what we're getting used to. wellesley at 49. lawrence at 48. back to the west. not much cooler. some high clouds moving in. pepperell, barre all in the upper 40s. cape, island, all upper 40s, even lower 50s. right now, 52 in nantucket. for today, low 50s, most spots we'll see a good deal of sunshine, looking through the high clouds. not one of those crystal blue afternoons like we had for the better part of yesterday. there are those high clouds now and out ahead of a disturbance coming on in overnight tonight. so the you will because of this rain passes by to our south.
9:48 am
disturbance over the midwest. it rounds the base of this dip in the jet stream. very fast pattern that we're in. but there is that one chance that we get a brief grazing of some light rain and light snow overnight tonight. it's mainly the south coast. we're going to be watching out for this. there's 8:00 tonight. we'll begin to see that chance of light rain moving in. then cold air and deep overnight. could flip it over to some snow. looks like less than inch, if we do get some. although this model does do a good job of showing most of that moisture staying way off shore and off to our south. so let's look at the temperature trend. it's been mild but you know, that can't last. we've been 20 degrees above normal. today, about 10 above normal. tomorrow, right back to normal with upper 30s. cold air coming in, monday and tuesday. that's significant. because here comes our next storm system. and it's going to have some cold air to interact with at least initially.
9:49 am
likely with maybe one to two inches before it changes over to freezing rain as warm air begins to take over and that warm air continues to filter in on thursday. it's windy, it's wet, it's all rain as we get to the end of this next event. so the seven-day forecast, the mild, dry day, 30% to cover if overnight-light rain and snow chance. upper 20s in the morning. shiri will tell you whether there's wet roads left over. otherwise no big deal. tuesday fairly quiet. inially after dark. wednesday, thursday, freezing rain, changing to rain, weekend snow shower on friday. >> daniel: a city in texas no longer living up to its name when it comes to the water supply. look at this. crystal city waters is running black. the problem began pouring from city taps a few days ago. city officials say it's sediment from a recent cleaning at a local water tower. apparently the tower hadn't been cleaned in decades.
9:50 am
advisory until the color returns to normal. vaccinations being given to hundreds of homeless people in boston after a man died from a severe bacterial infection. the infection can kill within hours and often affects homeless people due to close quarters. according to the department of public health, there's no threat to the general public since you would have to be very close to an infected person for several hours to get sick. >> heather: spring training continues today for the red sox. coming up, take a look at who is already settling in and who
9:51 am
9:52 am
today we're going to not down the mountain, but up it... that's terrifying. ...in one of these. sweet the chevy silverado offers a combination of 4wd and an exclusive "auto-locking rear differential" let's do this. so, if a rear the axle automatically locks to provide better traction. feels like a beast. grips great. dude, that was awesome. current qualified competitiver silverado all star v8 forr silverado, the #1 selling
9:53 am
. gorgeous day yesterday. i was outside raking my grass, trying to make up for my laziness november. 24568s nice, maybe i should've tossed a baseball around with somebody. the red sox continue to do that in fort myers. yesterday, the second day of official pitchers and catchers work out. david price, including our butch stearns who continues his report on air and on line. i'll join him monday afternoon. price trying to enjoy every minute with his new teammates both on and off the field because he knows he's going to
9:54 am
>> i think there's already a little bit of disbelief every year in a new environment. it's definitely wearing off. it feels a lot better now than it did a week ago. i'm not going to be able to play baseball forever so it's the relationship and the friendships you take away from the became that are going to last for the rest of my life. -to-me, that's what is most special about baseball. >> pretty easy day for david yesterday. today, he's going to throw a bullpen. they're not yet arrived. they're due to do so on tuesday. the first official work out on wednesday with the full squad. hanley ramirez, actually took a break, headed to miami, not officially due to the team until all of the rest of the regulars appear. also an impressive win yesterday by the brians, one on the road against dallas. more on the red sox coming up with butch stearns tonight on the sports wrap. stick with us. >> daniel: tom, talking about raking his grass yesterday. i was hoping for that. >> heather: i was walking the dog.
9:55 am
brush from the storm we had the past couple of weekends. people getting out and about. >> jason: a great opportunity to do that too. because this week things are going to be off and on as far as your ability to get outside. today another day to get out and enjoy. not as warm as yesterday when we hit 60 degrees at logan. that was -- the record was 68. so not quite a record. it's late february. today low 50s, kind of where we are right now. and back to the upper 20s tonight. upper 30s monday and tuesday. there is a chance of light rain changing to overnight snow. looks mainly south of the pike, if we see anything at all. late tuesday night, through tuesday, when our next storm system moves in, starts cold, ends warm, get some snow to start but all gets covered in rain and washed away by wednesday. >> heather: wintry mix rain. not a blockbuster snowstorm either. it doesn't look like it, no. just too warm for that.
9:56 am
heather hegedus and jason brewer, thanks so much for watching this morning. >> heather: watch fox 25 news at 6 tonight.
9:57 am
9:58 am
9:59 am
10:00 am
bye. i'm chris wallace. carolina. where does the republican race go from here? we'll talk with the two top finishers and get the latest from the campaign trail. >> when you win, it's beautiful. we're going to start winning for our country. [ applause ] >> after tonight, this has become a three-person race, and we will win the nomination. [ applause ] >> first, donald trump on the results and his battle with pope francis. >> he actually said that maybe i'm not a good christian or something. it's unbelievable. >> we ask trump if he's truly teflon don. then, senator marco rubio on what's next for his campaign.

162 Views

info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on