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of attacking an offilast week. hi everybody i am vanessa welch mark ockerbloom stephanie coueignoux is live.>> stephanie: police say the suspects were driving here on the parkway here behind me with a crash into another car and taking a look from that sand that debris that is what's left over that crash. while that crash allowed police to arrest one of the suspects while the other one got away. >> jim already said he was still in bed when he heard a loud boom just feet from his home. massachusetts state police have been trying to stop a stolen car when the driver crashed into another car here along lynn self parkway. >> inside that speeding car, michael jaclyn murphy police had been searching for the pair since last thursday. i revere officer had pulled throw and murphy over when they say with her try to stab the
speeding away. the officer chase them into chelsea before crashing his cruiser. today it was good throw and murphy who crashed.to throw managed to run away but police arrested murphy on scene as presidents looked on. >> for hours now dozens of police and k-9 units have been searching the area for good throw was wanted on several outstanding warrants. people we spoke with said going to be on edge until he is caught.this man though says ready. >> as for the driver who was hit by the suspect she told police that she did need to go to the hospital. is said to be a rain court tomorrow coming up at 6 o'clock here from the person who called 9-1-1 after he says he saw good
>> wife of bill cosby under oath answering questions related to the sexual assault case against her famous husband. camille cosby being deposed by attorneys for hours today in springfield are crystal haynes is there live. crystal still waiting for the deposition to wrap up. >> crystal: we are it is in connection to a defamation suit filed here in springfield. federal court deposition started in just around 10 o'clock and we are waiting for any movement and results from that proceeding but i can tell you this is the first time that camille cosby has been forced to testify in any proceeding involving her husband since all of these recent cases of cosby accuses have come to light. i can tell you her lawyers for up to the very last minute to make sure that it didn't happen. camille cosby spent hours behind his black curtain at the marriott hotel in springfield
the defamation lawsuit brought by seven cosby accuses. lawyers from mrs. cosby had filed a motion for protective order exempting her from testifying last friday saying quote she's a 71-year-old woman who was had no involvement with the facts or allegations underlying this case. deposition would be held in a public and unsecured venue circus. and personal security threat that serves no purpose other than to harass and embarrass her. but judge magistrate ruled against her writing quote cosby's decision to wait until the 11th hour to file the february 19 motion borders on bad faith. and was reason enough to deny the cosby's protective already. mrs. cosby filed an emergency motion saturday night appealing that ruling but judge gianni upheld hennessey's ruling saying quote judge hennessey ruling and orders at the hearing are not clearly erroneous a contrary to the law.
deposition was closed to the media. that black curtain there i waited outside all day long. mrs. cosby was expected to be asked about facts surrounding the public claims of these seven women than a filed this defamation lawsuit.coming up at six we're going to get interviews with those lawyers that are actually in the marriott at this time new facts around this case. >> a quiet evening commute tonight on the mass pike this guys out there are clear and the roads are dry. but tomorrow night at this time things could be awfully different out there. chief meteorologist kevin lemanowicz fox 25 storm checker whether center now.writing time for the commute tomorrow night. rex is good make things a
sure were not talk about huge amounts here is the timing that the biggest issue it's clear out there tonight but he is a storm looking at the way down here to the south of one of two storms heading our way next couple of days. one after another. first things first to castings overnight to tomorrow morning couple clouds around maybe a few flurries to the day tomorrow i have the main body of snow. but here comes the snow during the evening commute 5 o'clock just as we're really getting rolling out there in the snow spreading into the area will continue to spread through during the evening hours. not expecting a lot but you can see by midnight tomorrow night up to a half inch to two inches of snow across areas so forecast is generally according to two inches and then of the ice on top of that. it's going to get slippery will talk more about the timing of that second storm coming up. ask authorities alert across the state after bomb threats called into nearly a dozen local schools.
affected many reported getting robo calls this morning and this afternoon skyfox flying over the scene at north high school shelter in place order was given and police firefighters check the building nothing was found. similar scene arlington high school students and staff also showed it in place there while authorities investigate police there said they didn't believe this was a edible threat. >> charged with armed attack led to a campus locked at umass amherst being held without bail tonight. 19-year-old william mcewan pleaded not guilty in court today the charges of armed robbery and assault with a dangerous weapon. police say mcewan and another suspect robbed the umass amherst last week and hit him in the head with a gun. prosecutors said the attack was drug-related. >> 22-year-old walked in woman charged tonight after police say she crashed white to a local starbucks. nor would please share this picture with us of the scene when they arrived after
you can see that huge hole in the wall and all the damage here inside. lisa the driver lost control of her car on the way home from work and crashed into the side of the building. she initially took off but later did turn herself into police. she is charged with negligent operation and leaving the scene of property damage. >> all lanes back open a route 128 tonight after a huge mess caused serious delays. skyfox flying over the senior exit 21 in newton this afternoon you can see that dump truck rolled over and build dirt and rock all over both sides of the highway. two lanes on the southbound side had been closed for hours to allow crews to clean everything up. beginning of the end bittersweet day in fort myers as big poppy arrived for his final spring training. hard to believe david ortiz teammates also made his first appearance at camp butch stearns reports those two leaders now in camp red sox
>> david ortiz arrival at spring training on monday, his farewell tour has already begun. and that means dustin troy you will soon take over the role of leader on this team. >> with dustin but joy and david ortiz both in camp now this full squad is pretty much together are starting to see the steam take shape. there are still many questions for this team like haley is making the transition to first base. but for now spring training is all about perspective. team has a lot to prove does it? >> yes absolutely opportunity to go out and try to be the best of the team. that's the way i look at every season. the first start to try to win the world series. with the red sox which stearns fox 25 sports. look for their live report all week long here on fox 25. >> republicans in the race for president are gearing up for the big test tomorrow the nevada republican caucus is the last soda before super tuesday
states hold primaries or caucuses and massachusetts is one of them. a new emerson college poll shows donald trump is crushing his competition here. trump has 50 percent of the vote the next moses candidate is marco rubio and just 16 percent follow by john kasich and ted cruz on the democratic side is a dead heat here in massachusetts hillary clinton and bernie sanders both have 46 percent of the vote. our sharmann saccheti just caught up with bernie sanders in boston and sharman despite close poles like that sanders is facing an uphill battle here. >> sharman: that doesn't seem to matter to him actually at all i asked him about it and he told me he's in it till the end.>> we hope to win here. and we hope to win in a number of other states. >> at iron workers local seven in south boston bernie sanders tells us he's confident about his chances in massachusetts
to go before super tuesday the question for bernie sanders is what is endgame i asked him. is a really for you i have to victory at this point given the amount of delegate you have in the amount of delegates -- >> y es. santa says it will be easy but he says his campaign is resonating with everyday people. he's here workers local seven ticking up the endorsement of people's politics. national grassroots group that says for racial and economic justice. he tells us the road won't be easy. >> stay by state-by-state. santos told the crowd he stand up to corporate interest and criticize secretary clinton on trade policy. in the heart of the iron workers union hall, he talked about how the loss of decent paying jobs have ravaged communities. finally senator santos criticize those who write him off he tells us he's in it for
>> but does senator santos have a chance so far hillary clinton has a massive 502 delegates compared with just 70 percent is. you need 2383 to secure the nomination. i think that the more hillary clinton's electability is pushed out there the more folks may push back. >> right after this sedative sanders head out to umass amherst where he's expected to hold a rally in just a couple of hours. >> 18 on teen stabbing leaves one dead another behind bars where the judge said no bail. she is cute and cuddly but looks can be deceiving coming up the legislation to protect both this dog and your family. >> not going to be a lot of snow from the storm system a lot of everything though and that's just enough to make things very slippery for the evening commute tomorrow a
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tonight will learn more about how the massacre played out were also hearing every details from people wrote the suspect in between his killings. andrew spencer has latest. >> reporter: 45-year-old jason dalton appeared before judge monday two days after a shooting spree in kalamazoo michigan. prosecutor charging dalton with six counts of murder two counts of assault with intent to commit murder and eight firearm related counts. police say dalton opened fire three locations in the course of nearly 7 hours saturday night picking up uber affairs in between shootings. total of eight people were shot six of them killed. >> he said no and i said are you sure? and he kind of just said no i'm just tired.
>> . an apartment complex where a woman was shot multiple times. she remains in critical condition.several hours later police say dalton opened fire again at a car dealership where he shot and killed a father and son. minutes later, five people shot in the parking lot of a restaurant the only survivor there a 14-year-old girl remains in critical condition. dalton was arrested two hours later. monday a mass was held in honor of the victims condolences came from present brock obama the addressed the shooting during the governor's conference. >> on saturday another one of our communities was terrorized by gun violence. you got families who are shattered today. >> should gun makers be held responsible for the victims of
some of the moms and dads who lost their children in the horror at sandy hook elementary school say yes. >> you just think there's something wrong. prevent other families and other committees from going through this. >> what they're asking from a judge today and why these parents believe it could save lives that's coming all new in the next half hour.>> civil rights leaders calling for the headmasters of a prestigious boston school to be removed the boston chapter naacp met yesterday to discuss the alleged harassment of students at boston latin school. students protest early this year last week reports administrators did not properly investigate one incident of racial abuse. no administrators were disciplined. >> we have some changes coming and it's pretty stark changes because you consider this is what look like a side today 45 degrees outside without jackets so new england isn't it?
going to start to slide down it will be a cold night out there for three boston 45 advertise 41 wooster look what were down to already 38 worcester down to 36 in boston and beverly. so clearly sliding printed quickly out of those clear skies this evening colbert dry night tonight. don't have to worry about anything falling from the sky to make it slippery out there that's satellite looks like right now beautiful evening. although on the chilly side. the storm system that we await it's going to be coming up the coast tomorrow and the one we're tracking right now. futurecast to work timeline with us knows going to arrive. it's going to be snow when it gets here. there are the clear skies overnight couple of clouds start drafting in the day tomorrow would be shocked to see a couple of floors start to erupt right there futurecast ahead of the main storm system. which stood or south takes you to lunch time still no problems
tomorrow that's when the alert is four and that's when the issue start up snow spreading over the mass pike in worcester by 5 o'clock and just getting into the boston area right around 93 new braintree split in southport the snow will continue to engulf the area through 7:30 so through the evening commute will take much to make it slippery you know that you notes not a lot of snow it's a nuisance for you for the evening drive. north shore and north of the pike a sickly getting into the tail end of the evening drive the changeover still being held at bay at least through the evening commute. that change of alliance test to work inland across cape cod plymouth south shore i 10 o'clock news tomorrow night. this still going to be snow back here but that will be changing over as well the problem is with the changeover
west there's going to be some freezing temperatures and the potential for some ice on top of the snow you're getting. that better to have the snow first to temper that so the icicles on the snow roadways. these amounts model data showing anywhere between according to about two inches of snow it's pretty consistent we have one computer model think typically higher than this but our thoughts are strongly that's going to be that according to two inches across the area and relates the higher elevations like the worcester hills closer to the two inch marks but most places under an inch boston and southeast sort of a special in the cape and islands took quickly train over terrain. that is a second part of the storm wednesday morning. in the morning drive wednesday noticed that color out here freezing temperatures route to northwood into new hampshire and vermont that's with a freezing rain will continue every changes to rain it becomes heavy wednesday night
thursday morning commute is when the heaviest rain is going to arrive on the second out of the system. so two parts to this we're going to get the snow the freezing rain tomorrow evening tomorrow night rain and freezing rain wednesday then all rain on thursday. a long duration of that heading our way all kinds of precipitation the heaviest going to be the rain wednesday into thursday but the snow will be the biggest news drivers evening commute the weather alert continues that's with a winter weather advisory will be in place. >> the new procedures in place tonight and revere after eight thai gate froze open. fox25 first to show you acadia street encased in ice earlier this month putting occurred in the record cold snap revere department of public works said
figure zika is really causing a surge of birth defects. buyers skied aboard especially dangerous to pregnant women. one case has been confirmed here in massachusetts. >> difficult day at work for us supreme court justices they spent their first day in the office today since the death of justice antonin scalia. justice scalia died two weeks ago at the age of 79. see at the bench will be drifted traditional black wool fabric until next month the justices will move to the new seat. another rounded apples battle gets fbi. ceo wants congress to step in and stop a judge's order without force a tech giant to unlock the phone of a terrace. time is running out for apple the deadline is this week. >> apple doesn't want to help the fbi hack into an iphone used by one of the san bernardino killers despite a federal judge's order. instead apple is calling for congress to create a government condition and settle this heated debate on national security versus personal privacy.
apple ceo tim cook says what the fbi is asking threatens everyone civil liberties. fbi director james call me says this is nothing to do with precedents is about one phone that could help them find other terrorists. he posted online overnight this is about the victims and survivors of the san bernardino terror attacks. both cook and call me have been invited to testify here on capitol hill cook is also asking, is to create an expert panel to debate this issue and have them decide how to move forward not to play out in the courts. >> even more money at the gas pump according to aaa the average price for self-serve regular is a dollar 70 per gallon that's down three cents from last week it is the 11th consecutive week that gas prices have dropped. cancer concerns being linked to a company with stores here in massachusetts. >> cdc is warning customers
two 5 now at 5:30 weather alert for you it's a beautiful clear and cold night here in the city of boston you see the shot here of the sunsetting but this time tomorrow we would dealing with some snow in fact there already is a winter weather advisory in effect.>> is get right of the fox 25 storm tracker whether chief meteorologist kevin lemanowicz. >> keeps a little milder is a day goes on got solar radiation coming on in places north with the 495 especially which will
evenings commute and it's clear not an issue storm system or tracking in the south has a lot of rain with around atlanta and westwood and to alabama mississippi all going to move up the coast tonight we're not going to see it first thing or even at lunch time bye-bye that evening commute here comes the snow. across the mass pike into worcester into boston by the end of the commute south shore cape cod getting that as well. not going to be a lot of snow but a quick first of to make it slippery time for you to have to drive we need to go during the commute the changeover starts to occur amounts of models are telling us we concur about according to two inches across the area but they'll be ice on top of that heavy rain to talk about as well timeline on all the changes coming up. one teenage boy is dead another one behind bars to families forever change by deadly stabbing emotions running high in court as a 60 oh boy was charged in the death of another
violence. >> reporter: it was an emotional day in court the alleged victim dion hopkins just five weeks away from his 16th birthday pope by the way just 16 himself and prosecutors say that deadly right began over a girl. >> and prosecutors say it all started when 16-year-old amari pope was heading to the barber with his girlfriend sunday afternoon. but wound up stabbing it in-year-old dion hopkins to death after hopkins got into an argument with popes girlfriend. according to police pope led the two fighting in the street went back into the house i got a kitchen knife and came back swinging. that's when police say pope ran into the house return the knife and changed his close before family members him to police. the victim's family now waiting
>> it's not the first time pope has had trouble with the law. the judge denying him bail after prosecutors brought up his lengthy rap sheet and record of skipping out on court still a juvenile multiple charges of assault battery and robbery incident where he cut off his gps a monitor to leave the state. >> hopkins passed away of a stab wound to the heart coming up at 6 o'clock i have more what prosecutors say pope admitted to police shortly after that stabbing. >> rails on time improving but there are certain lines that are delayed over and over again. fox 25 investigates first and covered some of the lines are chronically delay last night. fox 25's kerry kavanaugh is
>> kerry: the third party is amtrak estates transportation secretary. [indiscernable] leslie make the repairs estates is for now it's out of their control. delayed over and over again fox 25 investigates revealed consistent trouble spots are commuter rail lines this comes after the state gave the operator of the commuter rail keolis and improvement plan calling 2015 disastrous winter. under the plan keolis was to run the trains with an on-time performance goal of 92 percent. overall the results of extremely positive.they say that goal has been met when you look at overall adjusted on-time performance. but we examined each line i'm
found some continually missing the mark. for example the needham and profits line failed to make the 92 percent goal four out of seven months the start line is the mark every single month. >> state transportation secretary said during a public meeting monday amtrak is a common denominator. pollock acknowledges issue exist online with no amtrak connections the need of worcester and middleboro lines are missing the mark and also those fall completely under keolis. pollock says the was delighted facing construction issues and they are tracks in need of repairs that are underway. that is definitely something the state can control. >> so i think that frustration
in working with amtrak to decide what their capital movement and maintenance program is they decide whether going to fix them when they're going to fix it we are effective. >> secretary says the state's going to enter into a quote intense conversation with amtrak to begin to resolve some of these issues. we reached out to amtrak this afternoon what update our story when we hear back. >> getting more insight into the amtrak signal failure that created nightmare last week the mbta says local amtrak workers were not able to quickly assess the issue so crews had to be flown in from other states. problems to commuter railroad south station for hours last
today mbta general manager explained to fox25 y took so long to fix the problem. >> amtrak resolve the problem by essentially wiping the program clean the plc technology the controls the switches the program itself had to be blown up from dc on the laptop so it wasn't until overnight thursday and friday that they were able to do that operation. >> mas.sys amtrak as promised to perform a so-called after action review of how it handled the signal failure.first of dozens of people arrested after three day house but he faced the judge david neighbors tell fox 25 the party on maple avenue in bridgewater started thursday and did not end until bridgewater police showed up around 1:00 a.m. on sunday. police say 221-year-old hose were serving alcohol to minors. neighbors tell us the party was out of control. your young like don't do stupid young. you know you don't want to ruin the rest of your life.
brockton court tells fox 25 the rest of the 41 partygoers will be arraigned through out the week. most of them are facing alcohol-related and disturbing the peace charges. new at five shocking surveillance video here showing the moments to loan suspects robbed to pull a restaurant. this happened last night with watch here as one suspect orders the three workers into the cooler this happened while another force the worker into the officer with a manager and money are. after a struggle both suspects took off for the cash drawer which had about $300 in it. >> attleboro police devices like this may have been used distill credit card information from two local convenience store atms. skimmer devices give leaves access to customer's financial counts police removed them from machines that cumberland farms stores on wall in pleasant street this weekend. no arrests have been made. >> off-duty cambridge police
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rooms inside the school released the first time today lawsuit claims the gunman and his tumor to the sale of ar 15 rifle pulled a great risk of harm to the public. manufactures marketing to people like him and i know it. now we know what time ever but he knows it. it's time they take responsibility. all we want to do to prevent other families and of the community's from going through this.>> gun maker august protected by federal law that shields gun manufacturers for most lawsuits over criminal use of their products. judge will now decide if the lawsuit can continue. coast guard search of a victim of a plane crash search resumed off long island york today but no one was found the plane with four people on board crashed saturday night in setauket harbor three were rescued at 23-year-old negron is still
>> a flight had to wait new england was to return to the airport today after the plane collided with a bird. southwest flight 484 was able to land safely back in ultima washington international after the incident happened this morning. who said passengers were put on another plane were back on the way to providence. >> dramatic rescue here after a truck flew over guardrail and burst into flames with the driver still inside. this noted as a multicar crash sacramento california but ended with a moving truck following nearly 40 feet crews had to use a pulley system to lift the driver back up onto the road.
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certain types of laminate flooring by lumber liquidators have a greater risk of causing cancer. people bought the floor in a three times more likely to get cancer. the problem here is a formaldehyde in the flooring lumber liquidators has 10 stores in the state the company said a statement that the cdc's revised calculation overestimates any potential health risks of those products and we are encouraged that the cdc is seeking a broader review of their conclusions. >> cross-country more the 100 town cities ban the retail and roadside sale of animals those animals are bred quickly and without the proper care. can lead to pets being put down or that bills and run into thousands of dollars. but there are no laws to protect pets or resins anywhere in massachusetts. now as elizabeth hopkins explained boston city council wants to change that. >> reporter: he is as adorable as his this position is sweet. but sam here all we wasn't such fine form.
hope is also an angel animal medical center and on the mend as well. she is cute and cuddly but looks can be deceiving. dogs like their often bread from parents without proper veterinary care also bring are not given proper nutrition according to animal advocates. a large-scale breeding facility with a number of dogs that are being kept and bread cycle after cycle is a puppy mill. before being properly weaned their often mailed to retail locations for sale. the boston city council has proposed a law that would not only prevent that but extend to sales. >> this would outlaw the selling a purchase of puppies cats kittens dogs or rabbits from that stores in the city of boston it would also add up prohibition on the roadside sales of cats which sadly has happened with much more frequency than one would think pick animal advocates say the
in these types of sales create issues that can run unexpected bills in the thousands of dollars. we've had people contact us they've gotten a sick puppy we've had people contact us for their puppies genetic issues. the sale of rabbits in boston has left shelters overrun with them. because really influx. more than 120 cities and towns across the country of law similar to the one on malley's proposed but not one of those areas is in massdot he would like to change that. it's unfair it's inhumane i want to make sure that austin is known for taking care of all of its residents including the four-legged once. >> o'malley hopes it will set a president for the rest of the state. rex will go wild level officials holding a meeting tomorrow to talk to the public about their plans to create a so-called snake island. fox 25 has reported the safe division of issues wildlife
rattlesnakes on an island in the quabbin reservoir. some residents are concerned the snakes will find a way off the island but experts say that would be highly unlikely. >> certainly i must see video of the day. a 106-year-old woman will he turns into a school girl when she gets to meet the president take a look. >> she said she never imagined that she would be standing in the white house with a black president and his black wife. she is adorable. >> you get a closer look at her face she looks fantastic. she dances. she does she's adorable. >> i can't even dance now you don't want to see anything like that. beautiful sunset out there right now great pictures this one set in a little while ago
tonight beautiful sunset earlier sunrise this morning from jim people shot sent to me via twitter. surely this one in maine still to be found have to look for it especially to the north i was driving to vermont this past weekend sing a lot of grassy areas the mountains had some snow on them clear out there tonight try to add to that snow the next couple of days. the store moving up the coast all kind of rain within atlanta and tennessee over the carolinas but that storm when he gets here is going to run into some colder air. it's happening tomorrow evening so during the day tomorrow clouds will be on the increase and here comes as no. 4:30 in the afternoon just in time to be leaving work getting to where you need to go snow breaking out along the mass pike through worcester into
boston during the evening commute so at 7 o'clock it's snowing essentially north of the pike all the way down to southeastern massachusetts. rain off shore and that mixing line working on shore and in land to the evening hours by 10:31 of talking to you during the fox 25 news at 10 tomorrow night will be talking about snow in some places ice and rain and others. that's a problem with the storm it's not just a little bit of snow going to get the isotopic and then the rain that change with continue to occur at the late night tomorrow into early wednesday morning. a lot of storm system not been a lot of snow a coding to a couple of inches what are computer models are showing us by 10 o'clock tomorrow night starting to happen numbers go up a little bit more with snow continuing a little later out that way coming down lightly so we're going to keep coding a two inch forecast for the snow
midnight tomorrow night and the changeover occurring quickly here working its way inland the issue is even with the change occurs, it's too cold for rain to just fall and not be a problem it's going to be rain followed the freezing temperatures freezing rain cause a glaze of ice your best bet is to have a little bit of snow coating of snow inch of snow even that with the snow can fall on that encrusted over rather than falling of bare ground. the winter weather advisory from northwestern middlesex county all of worcester county points west tomorrow evening starting at 4 o'clock look for the flakes to fly through tomorrow night noon on wednesday take all day wednesday for some of these temperatures especially to quarterback to the valley northward to changeover into warm-up so it's raining in a freezing progression wednesday
back there longer to the rain takes over the areas test to come down heavily especially wednesday night into thursday and here it is on thursday during the morning commute the heaviest of the rain coming on through just in time for that. mess up a couple of commutes wednesday night going to be because of the snow wednesday morning because it's freezing rain limited some area and then thursday morning because of heavy rain for everyone with the wind shifting around with that rain look at these wind gust during the only mining hours of thursday mornings. wonderful, crazy mornings. we figure you probably don't have time to wait on hold. that's why at xfinity we're hard at work, building new apps like this one that lets you choose a time for us to call you. so instead of waiting on hold, we'll call you when things are just as wonderful... [phone ringing] but a little less crazy. we're doing everything we can to give you the best experience possible.
next. hooping copout brakes on the rise. just a few weeks ago noah public schools warn parents to watch for signs of the illness after three kids cases reported there. new research shows new vexing to kids could be the blame for the spike in a sickness. >> reporter: hacking coughs fever congestion symptoms that seem like the common cold could be something much more serious. whooping cough can be fatal. for newborns and young babies. but a new study in the journal of pediatrics found that the t dep start giving to young adolescents is only moderately effective for about a year. and provided very little years.
vaccine. doctor claire mccarthy a pediatrician a boston children's hospital says the previous whooping cough vaccine worked better but had more side effects. >> limited different vaccine. doesn't have the side effects but also doesn't protect as well. we are now seeing outbreaks. cdc recorded more than 48,000 cases in 20 deaths in 2012. the most since 1955. fox25 learned whooping cough cases here in massachusetts a growing and children under four. in adults over the age of 65. both on increase from 2015 to 2014. it's really important to remember that protect everybody around you. doctor mccarthy says just
effective, it should mean you don't get one. we asked parents if this study would make them reconsider whooping cap vaccine for their kids. this is something we want to prevent. this is important. this is not your average coal. >> doctor mccarthy stresses the whooping cough vaccine does work in the best way to prevent it is vaccination. medical researchers are working on vaccines that are more effective. and for more information about whooping cough and this new study log onto a website and click on the news tab. >> new research crediting controversial vaccine with stemming the spread of an std that can cause cancer. >> here's what they found. a 64 percent drop in
34 percent decrease among young men. cdc suggest boys and girls get x-ray between the ages of 11 and 12. study also says the decline was much larger than expected given the relatively low rates of hpv vaccination. >> tricking more coffee may protect your liver from alcohol and reduce your risk of developing liver disease research is an angle combine information gathered by nine studies they say that two cups a day could cut your chance to develop alcohol-related cirrhosis by 44 percent alcoholism the second most us. >> carriage police officer on leave fox25 investigates people crashed left a woman in the hospital. a cold night ahead and i'm tracking up some snow moving in
>> also the all-out search for a suspect wanted for attacking an officer the crash that sent him running to local neighborhoods with lisa in hot pursuit. plus more bad behavior caught on camera involving a town of rockland employ white dumping snow on a local business wasn't the first time he's gotten the town in trouble. >> complete new england news coverage starts right now this is fox25 news at 6. >> fox 25 exclusive police officer paid leave whether investigate a precautionary being involved in a hit and run crash. fox 25 investigates the cambridge office was put on leave while he's investigated for a crash involving a 32-year-old woman who was out riding her bike. our bob ward working sources on the story. >> bob: vanessa and mark we're joining you live on the intersection of broadway and
block or two away from cambridge police headquarters. this is where this pollution happened late this afternoon been able to confirm this cambridge police officers placed on ministry believe the police are not releasing his name because no charges have yet been filed. i can also confirm for you that now the massachusetts state police are joining this investigation trying to get to the bottom of what happened here. >> cambridge police confirming fox25 one of their own and off-duty cambridge police officer is now under investigation for a hit and run collision with a bicyclist. this happened surely before 8 o'clock sunday night at the intersection of roadway and portland bicyclist a woman was injured and treated at mass general hospital in boston with what we understand our non- life-threatening injuries. the off-duty cambridge police officer is on paid administrative leave mass state