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>> sara: four-year-old wandering and police work to track down the family. >> sara: >> gene: major company replacing passwords with selfies. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> sara: good morning, everybody, it is tuesday, november invent third, thank you underwood. >> gene: new details coming in about winter weather that we have been tracking. shiri spear has update for us. >> shiri: we been breaking down winter weather advisory later today through tomorrow morning and extends a little closer to boston, so anybody outside of 128 or 95 should be ready for some slippery travel tomorrow morning. right now we are starting out in the 20s, but only got the
right now, worcester waking up to 21 , and as we travel through the day today, it is just the clouds, folks. 9:00 this morning we got temperatures back into the lower 30s in many spots, by lunchtime today, 39 in boston, 36 in worcester, about 38 in beverly and 40 in plymouth. so temperaturewise today pretty typical for february. you can see that three, 4:00 p.m. we stay nice and dry, but just after that we start pulling in the snow, so it is going to impact the tail end of the evening commute now involved in that advisory bedford, norwood, stoughton, and walk you through it hour-by-hour and threat for icy conditions tomorrow morning melt away. send you over to julie grauert now with live drive time traffic this morning, and keeping a close eye on the accident. >> julie: problem on route 9 in eastbound and backups still plaguing people all the way back to 128. see reflected in the drive times
the accident in furnace brook parkway has cleared but heavy steady volume on the x-ray as you can see northbound, this is past the gas tank. over to your live drive times, 43 minutes on the pike from 495 to mass ave, 33 minutes on the expressway have the braintree split to the pike, 21 minutes on route 9 eastbound from 128 to hammond street. gene and sara, back to you. >> gene: new this morning ambulance rushes a four-year-old boy to the hospital. the child was found wandering the streets of boston alone at 3:00 a.m., and four hours later we still don't know where the family is. >> sara: the temperature was below freezing when someone saw the boy and called police. fox25 michael henrich live on blue hill avenue with the mystery. michael. >> michael: we don't know whether the police have even found this boy's family, guys. there's so many unanswered questions as we have been reporting for the last several hours, first and foremost the child was found here on blue
3:00 this morning. the situation could have been so much worse. later on in the morning and now you have a ton of cars, this is a major artery here in dorchester. back when he was found wandering all alone when we don't even know if he was wearing a coat, it was 20 something degrees out, so this is not a situation whatsoever for this four-year-old boy. the person happened to find him, called the police department, boston police came out within just a couple of minutes, and they were here with ems, checked him out, and then ended up taking him to a hospital as you saw in our video. he was seen there being taken away in that ambulance. i'm working to find out more about who this child is, whether he is okay and whether he has been reconnected with his family i have reached out to police, media relations department usually opens in about 90 minutes, so working to get the information and i will have that update for you here on the fox25 morning news. for now live in dorchester, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> sara: developing this
fires across the country is to blame for a new one here at home investigators say a hoverboard started a fire at this house in chelmsford. the fire happened around 8:30 last night on monmouth street. these are pictures showing what is left of this toy. the toys were a popular holiday gift, but just this week federal safety regulators told people not to use them because they can easily catch fire. fortunately no one was hurt. >> gene: a cambridge police officer on paid leave this morning accused of hitting a woman on bicycle and then leaving the scene. it is a story fox25 investigates broke during the 6:00 newscast last night. catherine parrotta working to get new details this morning at intersection on broadway where police are now investigating one of their own. good morning, catherine. >> catherine: good morning, gene. the intersection behind me, and very busy intersection, especially at a time like this. as for the officer i was able to confirm with cambridge police no charges have been filed against
however, we have learned badge and gun has been turned in and he is on paid leave right no. >> broadway and portland street, it is a motor vehicle accident, motor vehicle list. motor vehicle flag black truck. >> catherine: that cambridge police dispatch was obtained by fox25 investigates. officers were spent to respond to the crash sunday night, just blocks from the police station. a 32-year-old woman riding a bicycle was injured, the vehicle involved no longer on the scene. >> black pickup truck with extended cab on the back. >> catherine: a witness provided police the license plate number for the vehicle and now cambridge police confirmed to fox25 they are investigating one of their own. the officer was off-duty sunday and likely wasn't in uniform. he is now on paid administrative leave as state police accident reconstruction joined the investigation, working to piece together exactly what happened. now, because no charges had been filed, we are not releasing the name of this police officer, and
however, fox25 did go to the home we believe to be associated with this police officer. a man did come to the door, and they told fox25 he no longer lives there, so weren't able to speak with him about this. now, as for the case, no charges have been filed. if they were to be filed, we would tell you how serious that would be and could be down the line. more on that coming up next hour live in cambridge, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> gene: 7:06, a group of gunman now being blamed for terrifying home invasion in one small town. the break-in happened saturday night. one happened at home on how street, other on camden street. both cases three masked men came into the home with guns and forced the women to live there lie on the ground while they took money with jewelry and took one woman's cell phone leaving her no way to call for help. >> went to leave to found her husband at a business and made the phone call together. >> catherine: the victim was heard, stolen car used by the suspect as their get away
street in lawrence. gene: this morning police in dartmouth looking for two suspects that robbed a local child on sunday night. they forced employees into a cooler and robbed a manager in the back room. police say after the struggle both suspects took off with cash and about -- the cash drawer rather which had about $300. >> sara: bill cosby's wife will have to testify in the coming weeks involving a sexual assault involving her husband. camille cosby was answering questions about seven hours in defamation lawsuit against her husband. seven women are suing bill cosby for statements a spokesperson made after cosby was accused of drugging and raping the women. lawyers say camille's testimony is key. >> she would have been in unique position to observe, to understand without a discussion of any communication with her
this type of behavior was going on. >> sara: bill cosby was not at the hotel in springfield, and she have i wanted in and out of the building without being seen. she will continue her deposition on march 14th. >> gene: state lawmakers trying to reform a relatively couples. the new proposal comes five years after the alimony reform bill was passed. it is supposed to make big changes to payments awarded making it need based and almoney for life. critic say it leads to misinterpretation. one man said he was hoping to get relief but cost him over $800 in legal fees. >> when i read the law i said there's a chance to get my life back on track. >> to have our case dismissed and really rejected was just mind blowing. i couldn't -- to this day i can't understand how it happened.
judges are misinterpreting the law and others are ignoring it. the new reform bill keeps original intent of the existing law but contains stronger language. >> sara: boston city councilor wants to change the way pets are set in the city for setting precedent by the rest of the state. city council matt o'malley unveiled what he is calling the puppy mill bill in jamaica plain his proposal would outlaw the retail and roadside sale of dogs, cats and even rabbits because many time the animals are bread quickly and without the proper care. >> it is unfair, inhumane and i want to make sure boston is taking care of residents, even four-legged ones. >> sara: they are hoping mayor marty walsh will sign it when it comes before him. >> gene: we learned apple supporters showing a big show of support today. demonstrators plan to gather outside the boylston store during the 5:30 newscast.
to back the company in the battle with the fbi. a judge has ordered apple to unlock a phone belonging to one of the san bernardino terror suspects. apple says breaking security features on the phone would give access to data on every iphone. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes every ten minutes. ready to head out the door 93 southbound set you back drive time 48 minutes andover down to the zakim bridge. shiri. >> shiri: highs 36 to 42 , clouds take over big time but no snow until we hit four to 7:00 p.m., lock you through that in the change to rain and freezing rain next. >> sara: manhunt on dangerous suspect that attacked an officer and caused him to attack the cruiser. police are searching and warning people to be on the lookout.
today looking to win a third. rivalries ted cruz fired communication director and distributed a video that falsely depicts marco rubio dismissing the bible. the youtube video makes it seems like, quote, got a good book there, not many answers in it but what rubio actually said was all the answers are in there and the video was a blatant lie. >> every single day something comes out. >> daniel: gop donors want kasich to drop out and sent support to rubio and donald trump leads the precaucus in nevada and throwing porter behind rubio as best chance for
we will be following the nevada caucuses for you all day long and have results here on fox25. in the newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sara: famed director spike lee says he is supporting bernie sanders for president. he addressed energic crowd of students and earlier he spoke with iron workers union in south boston. he told the campaign he is going strong. despite in iowa caucus saturday. >> we are in this campaign to the end and we have gone much faster, much further many people would have believed possible. >> sara: today hillary clinton will bring her campaign to south carolina. democrats in that the state will go to the polls this coming weekend. massachusetts voters will go to the polls 1 week from today. the presidential primary from the commonwealth are on supertuesday.
will make the white house picks. fox25 will have coverage of the presidential candidates. join us here and online and up-to-the-minute election results. >> gene: president obama expected to give his plan for terror suspects at guantanamo bay, cuba. he pledged to close the center when he took off and there are still 91 terrorists being held there. white house wants to transfer to other countries and rest would be moved to undetermined location in the u.s. and they are expected to propose the plan. >> sara: health experts in the united states working to get ahead from dangerous outbreak. cdc will work with scientists that investigate complications that could be caused by the zica virus. the virus is mosquito borne and especially dangerous to pregnant
confirmed in massachusetts. >> julie: good morning, everyone. major delays route 9 eastbound starting near dudley road and stretching past 128, this is from an earlier accident. one lane that's getting by, one lane that's still closed while crews work to get the power pole and 20 minutes from 128 to about dudley road. i would avoid that area if you can. 93 south very slow right now as well after you make it to the cloverleaf and head through medford into somerville, and things picked up on route 1 as you approach lynn fells parkway. live drive time, 128 to the tobin, 53 minutes 93 south 495 to the leverett connector and 33 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us and shiri warning everybody to prepare for snow
>> sara: >> shiri: hopefully it will miss the evening commute. i think ice will be the biggest concern because that's what you're dealing with through the wednesday morning commute and on top of that rain and clearly rain won't be quite the weather threat with snow or ice to create slippery kind of has the douse roadways out there, 27 in boston right now, so got temperatures starting off the day in the 20s, got cracks in the clouds out there and tore and about 40 this afternoon and hang on to the upper 30s straight into the evening hours but also hang on to the clouds and do expect snow to move into boston by 7:00 this evening, high temperatures today get up to almost 40 , 41 in beverly and lawrence up into nashua, new hampshire. 37 in worcester, 40 in plymouth 42 in new bedford and everybody
everybody thickening and 5:00 p.m. and evening commute mostly western massachusetts, connecticut getting in on some of the steadier snow but don't be surprised to see a couple snowflakes up ahead of this into worcester and possibly south of the south pike and expect snow in boston and 10:00 already changing over to reason and rain-snow line work way inland and 1:00 in the morning pretty close to the mass pike, continues to move northward, here is problem, it is not changing straight up rain which is going to wash things away. it is changing over to freezing rain, so especially along into the west of 95 and 128, you're going to have to be very careful here tomorrow morning at 7:00 a.m. for icy conditions, especially along west of 495. that's where we are going to have icy spots last us until noon tomorrow so deeper shading really going to be the area
that will be the most dangerous tomorrow morning. we have up to three inches of snow, quarter inch of ice on top of it along the coastline and southeastern massachusetts, coating to two inches of snow with trace amounts of ice on top of it but remember through about 6:00 tomorrow morning, 7:00 tomorrow morning, you're going to have to worry about that, even close to the coastline. by the time we hit noon though thankfully the showers are going to be pretty light tomorrow morning, but any drizzle or freezing drizzle and temperatures above freezing and another surge of showers come into town thursday and second storm system, this one very mild but very windy in here, and get major downpours wednesday night and thursday morning commute and friday 44, blustery and mostly cloudy, on and off clouds over the weekend with highs over 40s, 48
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>> gene: pictures should be stolen. >> sara: you have to snap a selfie and selfies and typed passwords. other companies are looking into voice authentication as well as heartbeats and eye scans. sara: starbucks overhauling rewards program. they were asking series of items slowing down the process and program based how much a customer spends, not the number of transactions. sara: free shipping got harder to come by for amazon shoppers who have not signed up for prime service. amazon has raised the minimum
$49 before an order ships for free. that's a 40% increase from the previous minimum of $35. amazon prime memberships which cost $99 a year are not affected. >> sara: >> gene: children will get to watch sesame street and focus on educational content and pbs kids live online and expected to debut sometime this year, most likely in the fall. 7:26. night they will never forget. why mark wahlberg is wanting neighborhood to recreate worst night of their lives. >> shiri: going to be rain and freezing rain and i will you when it will warm above freezing rain next.
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hour. wintery weather advisory is growing. she is tracking when the snow, rain and ice are back on our doorstep. i thought it was all over for the winter. >> shiri: like it ever began. >> gene: going to be a challenging commute. rest of the week it seems like that's going to be the case. we are not talking about a lot of snow here. >> shiri: actually not the snow i'm worried about, ice on top of it and as we look toward the morning commute, most of these impacts are as you wake up tomorrow morning. anybody along into the west of 128 or 95 be ready for some slick and slippery travel here tomorrow morning, mostly cloudy, framingham, 22 for you, 22 in lawrence, 19 in pelham, new hampshire, got 21 in worcester, 22 in pepperell, 18 in jaffrey, new hampshire, and temperatures into the 30s on the cape and islands, plymouth, good morning, 26 , and got the clouds already in place. so day planner for today
noon time 39 , 40 here at 3:00 p.m., still cloudy but dry, and by 7:00 this evening, 35 , we got snow starting and chance for snow and ice really peeking overnight tonight and threat going to be gone for good coming up shortly. now over to julie grauert with live drive time traffic this morning keeping an eye on accident out there. >> julie: accident route 90 has been problem all morning as far as traffic concerned near dudley road in newton and stretching past 128 now through the weston tolls because only one lane is open, so really creating slow conditions, i would avoid route 9 eastbound if you have to head into the boston area. expressway seeing pretty typical volume expressway up to columbia road. see slow going exit 13 freeport street. here are live drive times, and mass ave 32 minutes on the expressway from the braintree
steady for route 9 eastbound from 128 to hammond street. gene and sara, back to you. >> sara: developing right now police trying to track down this man. he was last seen in revere and considered dangerous. >> gene: he attacked a police officer and caused him to crash his cruiser during a high-speed chase and new warning this morning from police. >> jessica: today we know the search for michael gouthro will be in the sky and there's actually a state police cruiser here at revere police department this morning. not clear it happen point if there's anything to do with today's search, but you might remember at 6:30, told you the woman guthrie was with
crashed the car yesterday and woman will be arraigned at lynn district court and she may be the key to finding gouthro. gouthro. >> guy coming over and jumped across the field. >> he knew police were searching for gouthro and called 911 immediately. >> grabbed my bat and called the police. >> jessica: police have been searching for gouthro since last thursday when he was pulled over in revere. gouthro took out his syringe and tried to stab the officer. went into chelsea and ended up crashing cruiser. state police wanted gouthro and this woman, jacqueline murphy, in stolen car on lynn fells parkway. they tried to take off but eventually crashed into another car. police arrested murphy but gouthro got away again. >> i knew it was an accident because one of other vehicles was stuck.
watched and moved through the front yard. >> stay in because gentlemen they were looking for considered to be dangerous. >> jessica: she was taken to local hospital for a short time before she was moved to middleton for the arraignment and not sure exactly where the person will be taking place today and we do know that police believed he is still in this area. live in revere, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> gene: four-year-old four hours ago. fox25 michael henrich live in blue hill avenue where someone first spotted the boy in the wee hours of the morning. >> michael: can you imagine weaking -- waking up and your
we don't have the answers just yet about how the four-year-old who was found wandering alone at 3:00 a.m. here at gaston street and blue hill avenue in the cold don't know how he is doing, don't know how far he wandered from his home in order to get there when he was eventually found by someone passing by, sort of stuck out to the person that there was a child wandering alone in middle of the night in early morning hours, called police, boston police and ems came out and that boy as saw in the video taken away to an hospital. and what exactly happened here and as soon as we get the updates from police, ems, we, of course, will bring you update right away right here on the fox25 morning news. for now though live in dorchester, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: boston police called to vigil for 15-year-old that was stabbed to death.
vigil but didn't arrest anyone or find any weapons. springil was for beon hopkins. prosecutors say pope was headed to the barber with his girlfriend when hopkins and girl got into an argument that's when pope attacked hopkins with kitchen knife and hopkins says everyone involved has lost something. >> two families destroyed. >> lengthy wrap sheet and also cut off gps ankle monitor and held without bail. >> sara: extra security at several schools across massachusetts. there was a series of bomb threats made against nearly a dozen schools from haverhill to chatham yesterday. many of the threats were made by computer generated phone calls. sky fox is over newton north high school after a threat was
police and firefighters checked the school but nothing was found similar scene at arlington high school. students and staff remain at classrooms and authorities investigated none of the threats were incredible. the fbi is part of an investigation into threats like these across the country. >> gene: teenager charged with attacking. charges of armed robbery and assault with a dangerous weapon. police say he and another suspect were involved in robbery that triggered a campus lockdown last week. the victim was attacked in his dorm and hit in head with gun. prosecutors say the incident was drug-related. dozens arrested after three day house party will be in court several days this week. neighbors tell fox25 the party on maple avenue and bridgewater started thursday and didn't end until bridgewater police showed up around 1:00 a.m. sunday. police say two 21-year-old hosts were serving alcohol to minors. the clerk's office at brockton district court tells fox25 the
be arraigned throughout the week. gene: cup found on side of highway in chicopee and did not fall into the hands of children and investigation continues. >> sara: this morning boston police want to fingerprint every taxi driver in the city. they will have prints taken when they renew the license and process lil will take place every year and part of background can being on drivers. local cab companies say this is a big security advantage that they have override sharing firms like uber. >> gene: getting more insight into the amtrack signal failure that created nightmare commute last week. mbta says local amtrak workers were not able to fix the issue so crews had to be flown in from other states. problems stranded commuter rail riders at south station last thursday. mbta general manager frank
long to fix the problem. >> amtrack wiped program clean from the 80 technology that controls those switches and program itself had to be flown from d.c. on the laptop so wasn't until overnight thursday into friday that they were abe to do that operation. >> gene: mass dot says amtrack will perform after action review how it handled the signal failure. gene: mbta making headlines. internal audit has no standard policies and procedures for regulating overtime and some employees improving their own ot they are high earners and largely senior employees taking standard overtime shifts in nights and weekends and mbta says it is working a policy that will attract and manage overtime. >> sara: dramatic scene could come to watertown.
day are reportedly asking watertown represents to allow them to recreate the shootout between police and dzhokhar brothers that would include simulated gunshots late at night some watertown residents say they still feel fear and panic in the wake of the shootout in manhunt. many still have bullet holes in homes. flier knows that the movie producers will work with homeowners individually to compensate them from the intrusion on to private property the mark wahlberg led movie focuses on bombings and seven for the dzhokhar brothers. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. good morning, everyone, using expressway northbound, looking at 21 minute commute from the braintree split to columbia road shiri? >> >> shiri: looking at clouds and clouds at 5:00 p.m. with temps in the 30s and snow on the horizontal. i will show what you time it arrives in your town coming up.
>> sara: police say uptick in skimming fraud because they want to cash in before new technology takes over. daniel miller here with look at how to protect yourself. >> daniel: credit cards phased in with security chips. they look something like this, and being brought in to replace the magnetic strips to help with security. personal security experts tell us those magnetic strips are how those skimmers get the information. local police are issuing warnings this morning after surge of people report having their information stolen right from atm.
country and right here. attleboro police say someone used device like this one. it is called skimming device at two convenience stores last weekend. expert says technology says they can't keep up with the bad guys. >> as long as chip and pin cards being deployed and magnetic stripe cards are on their way out, the atm's. -- it will continue to rise. >> daniel: best way to cover up the keypad when punch in number, it is useless without it if you don't have a chip, contact credit card or bank to let them know you want one. in the newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> gene: centers for disease control certain type of laminate flooring have greater risk of causing cancer.
are three times more likely to get the disease according to cdc the problem is formaldehyde in the flooring. lumber wick widaters have ten stores in the state and saying in part the cdc's revised calculation overestimates any potential health risk from the products. we are encouraged the cdc is seeking broader review of the conclusions. >> sara: hundreds of used cars for sale with a hidden risk. fox25 investigates went undercover and found used cars with open recalls just waiting to be sold. >> does it concern you there's safety issue? >> it is. it is a tedious tough process and try to do the best that we can. >> sara: reselling used cars with open recalls not against the law but problem is so big that dealers have having a hard time keeping track.
done to protect buyers and action you can take tonight at 10:00. >> julie: good tuesday morning, now 7:47, start with accident on route 9 eastbound. still a really big nuisance for commuters heading into boston. this is near dudley road in newton and those delays stretching past 128. one lane is open but one lane is closed and that's why we are seeing the lingering delays. 93 south sluggish as head woburn medford and somerville. live look at route 1 in saugus, wasn't as bad as typically see during the weekend morning commute and a little bit of space between the cars. over to live drive times, 27 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 51 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector, 34 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit for the pike. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now, and shiri, a big worry will be ice but that's for tomorrow morning's commute. >> julie: all sorts of snow
the thing is by the time you wake up tomorrow morning, not going to be snowing any more, going to be icy out there and then warm up and heavy rain wednesday night into thursday, we have also got gusty winds on thursday and got the grab bag forecast with a little bit of everything going on. little 1-2 punch and system that comes through tonight and brings us a little bit of snow and some ice. this is the one that comes through wednesday night and thursday morning with the heaviest rain and the strongest winds. so let's map it out because today we got clouds out there now, 27 , mostly cloud neboston, not completely overcast and nice thing we see thin spots and breaks in the clouds here, especially during the morning hours and clouds get pretty thick this afternoon with upper 30s to 40 in the city itself, boston 39, brookline, lawrence, beverly, quincy, all about 41 and 41 in hudson as well, one of the bureau, mildford, new hampshire, worcester 37
upper 30s hull to 40 and marshfield plymouth and sandwich, 41 in bridgewater and 38 in chatham. clouds take over for everybody today. that's really the trend that you would see here with future cast. let's pause things at 5:00 p.m. tonight. you can see that western massachusetts, connecticut getting in on some of that steadier snow, but yet to move into the worcester and boston areas. it is going to move in by 7:00 tonight, moving toward us during the evening commute, my concern is we speed it up by an hour and got ourselves a snowy mess out there as folks are headed home from work. otherwise during dinner time, overnight hours, period of snow, notice by 10:00 p.m. flipping over to rain in southeastern massachusetts, that change yoever to rain and freezing rain will continue and by 1:00 in the morning, i see the rain-snow line pretty close to the mass pike, traveling northward, it continues here. like i said by the time you wake up to morning, this is 7:00. it is all rain and freezing rain, so the snow has ended but
of it, points north and west of boston, we will have some slippery travel straight through noon time tomorrow and that's really when temperatures look like they will warm up. so coating of snow overnight tonight, but pretty quick changeover to rain for the cape and islands. south shore, southeastern and then north shore. we do have a coating up to two inches of snow in the forecast on top of that you do get trace amounts of ice. stays slippery for you guys in this light shaded area until 6:00 tomorrow morning. the deeper shading area where we get a little more snow, possibly up to three everyones and quarter inch of ice on top of that. that's high-end of the estimate there, and these aren't going to warm up until much later in the morning, and that's why the winter weather advisory will go until noon time tomorrow and that's why even the spots finally warm up. noon time see how spotty the showers are tomorrow morning. it is not going to be a dredge be rain when you wake up. in fact, a lot of morning commute likely involves drizzle
takes that little bit to make a mess of the morning commute, and that's really what i'm worried about. we get scattered showers during the day here tomorrow but then things really ramp back up as we get into the evening commute, and you can see this is wednesday 5:00 p.m., we got pockets heavy rain that move on in, continue at times overnight, straight into the thursday morning commute where we get some whipping winds on top of it and have to watch the southcoast for slight chance of coastal flooding as well and high does get up to 55. still very blustery on and off clouds with highs and 40s and 48 next monday with more late rain. back to you guys. >> sara: shiri, gorilla goes bananas at international space station. story behind this crazy ape, but first we are learning more about the uber driver accused in deadly shooting rampage.
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out of kalamazoo, michigan. he was driving people around but firing to people. essay married father of two with no prior record. still no word on possible motive gene: 26-year-old woman's body found inside a laundry shoot. police told she had a medical episode and fell into the shoot. homicide investigators were brought in because it seemed suspicious. the woman has been identified as legal secretary who was in vegas celebrating her birthday with husband and friends. >> sara: 16-year-old and three family members from canada were on a tour last thursday when the chopper crashed near the pearl harbor visitor's center.
still in the hospital this morning but they are expected to survive. the cause of the crash is still under investigation. >> gene: california street becomes a runway for a small airplane. plane came down by airport and plowed into several cars and no one on the ground was hurt and trying to land at airport but lost control. >> sara: new report shows sea level rising. authors blame global warming by manned made pollution. the impact leading to more devastating storm surges that cities along the coast. since 1900 sea levels have increased by 5.5 inches. this after remaining fairly steady for nearly 3,000 years. >> gene: 7:56.
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>> shiri: winter as back and when ipswich over from -- switch over from snow to rain. >> michael: what we are learning about four-year-old boy walking the streets alone. >> gene: fill watertown with gun fire and explosions once again. complete new england news coverage starts right now. >> sara: good morning, everybody, thank you so much for joining us, tuesday, underwood. >> gene: all the big stories on tuesday morning, four-year-old boy found wandering in the cold and stormtracker weather center and winter weather advisory expanded. >> shiri: go into effect later tonight and metrowest and deal
cold right now, it is freezing and thin clouds and 22 in worcester, 25 fitchburg to 28 norwood, 27 in beverly, the clouds are thin enough that you would get filtered sunshine through them this morning by 10:00 a.m. we have temperatures low to mid-30s, by noon time where i paused up future cast worcester at 36, boston at 39, lawrence at 38 , highs today end up close to 40, but you could see once we hit the evening, 7:00 p.m., that's where the snow comes into play. so we have the winter weather advisory that will start later on this afternoon and it will go through noon time tomorrow. so that means anyone along west of 128 and 95 get ready for some slippery travel at this time tomorrow, but today 36 to 42 , clouds taking over with the late snow. i will show what you time we make the changeover in your town coming up. let's send you over to julie grauert with live drive time
hey, julie,. >> julie: crews working to open up lane eastbound in newton on dudley road, one lane accident and that's why we have delays stretched past 128. taking wider look, slow from furnace brook parkway up to columbia road and pretty typical this time of the morning commute, crawling past the gas tank right now. live drive times, 42 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave, 34 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike. 34 minutes on route 9 eastbound because of that earlier accident from 128 to hammond street. gene and sara, back to you. >> sara:. >> gene: emergency crews picked up four-year-old wandering the streets and take him to hospital to be checked out and right now police are trying to find the child's parents. strangers spotted him around 3:00 this morning. fox25 michael henrich live on blue hill avenue where the child was discovered, and michael, you have been working to find out where the boy belongs.
i heard back from ems and boston police and they can't help release information at this point, pointed me to police, and at this point police do not have the full story. media relations department doesn't have the full story just yet because police report isn't in the system yet. what they did confirm was they already knew and gathered on the scene here, four-year-old, approximately four-year-old boy was found here in front of public health program there, health program building there at gaston and blue hill avenue around 3:00 this morning. call came in by somebody that happened to pass bye-bye kid walking all alone, it was 20 something , don't know how the kid got out there, don't know if he was wearing a coat, hoping to get answers from, working to get answers from police on, and as soon as that police reported in the system and we get our hands on, we, of course, will
for now reporting live in dorchester, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> sara: this morning fire investigators are blaming a hoverboard for starting a fire. it happened at 8:30 on monmouth street. these are pictures showing what's left of the toy. the toys were popular holiday gift but just this week federal safety regulators say they can easily catch fire and fortunately no one was hurt in the fire. >> gene: cambridge cop off the job after accused of hitting woman with his car and then driving off. fox25 investigates has more and the officer is off-duty.
the name of the officer because he has not been charged and gun and badge turned in and crash happened sunday at broadway and portland streets blocks away from the police station. according to cambridge police dispatch obtained by fox25, 32-year-old female bicyclist was hit. witness gave police a license plate number of vehicle involved the drive reportedly dent pull over or turn himself in. cambridge police confirm and officer on paid leave while state police accident reconstruction works with cambridge police on the cape. as for how serious any charges connected to this could be, conviction on leaving scene of accident on personal injury will carry mandatory jail time. we want to emphasize and nobody even charged yet, but we want to let you know the bicyclist in the case taken to mass general hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries and she was expected to be released.
able to obtain those dispatches from right after the crash. tell you that coming up next hour. live in cambridge, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> sara: this morning a group of gunman now being blamed for a pair of terrifying home invasions in small town. police in methuen say break-in happened on saturday night, one on how street and they forced woman that live there lie on the ground while they took money and jewelry and also took a woman's cell phone leaving her with no way to call for help. >> she didn't have a home phone. she went down the street at her husband's business and they made the phone call together. >> sara: stolen car was later found on a street in lawrence. sara: this morning police in dartmouth looking for suspects that robbed a local chipolte. sunday night they forced employees into a cooler and
room. police sayyaf the struggle both suspects took off with the cash drawer and about $300. >> gene: boston police called to fight at vigil and held for 15-year-old teenager stabbed to death. this morning police tell us they have reports of fight at dorchester vigil but didn't arrest anyone or find any weapons. the vigil was for 15-year-old dion hopkins. police say that 16-year-old mary hope murdered sunday united. pope was heading to the barber with his girlfriend when hopkins and girl got into argument and that's when pope attacked hopkins with kitchen knife. hopkins' family says everyone involved has lost something. >> it is a tragedy. two kids destroyed. >> gene: pope has lengthy wrap sheet and history of skipping out in court and also allegedly cut off the gps ankle monitor. >> sara: bill cosby's wife will have to testify again in
scandal involving her husband. yesterday camille cosby was forced to answer questions for seven hours in deposition about a defamation lawsuit against her husband. seven women are suing bill cosby for statements his spokesperson made about them after cosby accused of drugging and raping the women. lawyers for camille say it is key. >> she will have and unique position to observe, understand without discussion of any communication with her husband. is to whether or not this type of behavior was going on. >> sara: bill cosby was not at the hotel in springfield as his wife testified and she slipped in and out of the building without being seen and she will march 14th. >> gene: happening today apple supporters showing a big show of support for the calumet here -- company in boston.
at newscast at 5:30 part of the battle with the fbi. judge has ordered apple to unlock a phone. apple says breaking security features on that phone would give the government to access to data on every iphone. gene: state lawmakers reform new law that impacts divorced couples. new proposal less than five years after the first alimony reform bill was passed. it is supposed to make big changes to the payments awarded making it need-based and ending alimony for life and critics say it leads to confusion and misinterpretation. retired schoolteacher was hoping to get relief from the new law and only ended up costing him more in legal fees. >> over $800 in that direction and i read the law, chance to get my life back in track. >> to have case rejected was
to this day i can't understand how it happened. >> gene: new reform bill keeps the original intents of the existing law but contains stronger language. >> julie: 93 southbound looking at commute 47 minutes 495 andover. >> shiri: 33 by 10:00 and expect snow, ice and rain coming up. >> gene: coming up how crooks made things right and then some by. >> sara: who was left on by
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>> gene: republican caucus in nevada before any votes are cast and remaining will try one last attempt to sway voters. fox25 daniel miller look at why every candidate is chasing donald trump. >> >> daniel: billionaire won the last two primaries and now looking to win a third. ted cruz fired the communication director and distributed a video that falsely depicts marco rubio dismissing the bible. misquotes marco rubio talking about the bible and got a good book and not many answers in it and he says all the answers are in there and says the video was a blatant lie. >> every single day something is untrue. >> we are not a campaign that will question the state of another candidate. >> daniel: joshua cox is also in hot water for women leaving
donors want kasich to drop out and send support to rubio. right now donald trump leads the free caucus polls in nevada and making news this morning for unleashing on a protester at event in las vegas last night. trump told the crowd he would face. that man was escorted out of event. in the newsroom this morning, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sara: famed director spike lee is supporting bernie sanders for president. he decreased energetic crowd at umass amherst. earlier he spoke with iron workers in south boston. he told the crowd his campaign is going strong despite loss in nevada caucus on saturday. >> we are in this campaign to the end. we have gone much faster, much further than many people would have believed possible.
will bring her campaign to south carolina. democrats in that the state will go to the polls this coming weekend. sara: massachusetts voters will come to work 1 week from today and supporters in 14 states will make the white house picks. fox25 will have continuing candidates. you can join us here and online up-to-the-minute election results. >> gene: today president obama expected to close the prison for terror suspects at guantanamo bay in cuba. president pledged to close the center and 91 terrorists being held there. white house wants to transfer most of the remaining captives to other countries. the rest would be moved to undetermined location in the u.s. congressional republicans are expected to oppose the plan. >> sara: thieves rip a stove from brand-new home in oklahoma and does more damage than they
>> once gas ignited that's what it is. >> sara: take look and home filled with it and when realtor opened the door it blewim and threw him into the air and somehow none of the debris hit him. >> gene: fire high above construction site. warp the arm of giant crane as tumbles to the ground in australia and it was sparked by electrical problem. incredibly no one was hurt but nearly dozen parked cars were crushed by the falling metal. northbound lanes we have slowing as people tap the breaks to see what is exactly going on. expressway still slow. >> julie: waiting for accident to clear on route 9 eastbound,
those delays stretching past 128 almost back to route 9 right now in wellesley area. here is live look at the expressway, things still steady and heavy as you head past exit 13 freeport street. over to live drive times, 28 minutes on route 3 northbound from 228 to the split. 15 minutes on 24 from 106 to 128 and 18 minutes from the braintree split to columbia road shiri spear joining us now and thankfully we have had a little bit, been an easy commute as far as weather concerned and tomorrow will be a challenge. >> shiri: ice is big worry and rain on top of it which will be a little bit of nuisance and part of freezing rain and warranties your attention as we
and cloudy skies and clouds thin enough right now that we should get filtered sunshine a little bit this morning and crank it up to almost 40 , clouds keep getting third quarter as we travel through the day and they keep going northward here so southern new hampshire and brighter clouds in place and plymouth 42 in norwood, 40 in fitchburg and 39 nashua, 39 in hyannis and this is hour by look at future cast at increasing clouds by about five to 7:00 p.m. though. we are going to see snow moving in, so it is going to be on the approach during the evening commute. so if this comes into town any sooner than expected, what ends up happening is that we will have snow on the roadways for the drive home from work in particular south of the mass pike. and blast of snow already changing over to straight-up rain over to the cape and
rain-snow line inches toward 1:00 in the morning and doesn't take very long for it to get in southern new hampshire. this is not just plain rain though by 6:00 in the morning, along into the west of 95 and 128, we will have icy spots and a lot of falling as liquid freezing to the ground and last to warm up deeper shading central mass and get up to three inches of snow and on top of that up to a quarter inch of ice lighter shading we have the icy threat through about 6:00 in the morning and get coating to two inches of snow this evening, make changeover to rain and freezing rain, but only end up with trace amounts of ice and warmer to warm up and good news by noon time just a couple sprinkles out there, but the showers fill back in once we hit wednesday evening and overnight and look at band of heavy rain along with gusting winds and
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happy to have what they have now. >> sara: crew of the international space station is going stir crazy up there. astronaut mark kelly posted this video on twitter yesterday. astronauts dressed up as ape, break out of bag and fly out of space station. kelly tagged brother scott space station and wrote i thought you said you had things under control up there. scott has been in space almost an entire year. in eight days he is set to finally return to earth. i have a question for you. so how do they decide to pack this when they went up? >> julie: ape suit. >> sara: don't forget the ape suit. >> julie: there's continues verseo set of jeopardy. the game show blocking all
show which puts it on bit of pickle because he is a born bread canuk. >> sara: what is silly? >> shiri: we got snow and ice moving in and by the time you wake up tomorrow morning not still snowing but icy and wet and transitioning to all rain tomorrow, take you to hour-by-hour next. >> jessica: massive manhunt
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coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> sara: commute home could be a real pain. >> gene: tomorrow morning. >> shiri: just really sneak up on you and estimate and looks credibly cloudy from the satellite perspective, a lot of clouds will still mostly cloud neboston at 28 , wellesley 24, lawrence at 23 , 22 in worcester, 24 in fitchburg and pepperell, 23 in windham, new hampshire, and we got temperatures already up to 36 in marshfield, 30 bridgewater, 33 in sandwich and 35 in brewster and clouds going to be thicker further south you go this morning. so by noon time 39
continue to thicken up by 3:00 p.m. 40 and 7:00 this evening and here comes the snow and chance for snow and ice tonight is really going to be peaking while you're sleeping and well into the wednesday morning commute, so i will show you how long that threat lasts before we finally warm above freezing. coming up in a couple minutes. no you julie grauert standing by and an accident. >> julie: dudley road in newton one lane closed for several hours and power pole that came down during the accident and backups long past 128 almost stretching up to route 9 in the wellesley area. shifting over to route 3, this accident hasn't cleared yet either. route 3 southbound right before route 18 so we are seeing slowing northbound as well, people tap the breaks to rubberneck. live drive times, 30 minutes from the pike weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel, 36
hammond street, eastbound. 41 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. sara and gene, back to you. >> sara: all right, julie, we continue to follow developing news out of revere where police will resume the seven for a dangerous suspect who tried to prick an officer with a syringe. jessica reyes is live at the revere police department where the suspect has been on the run since last week, jess. >> jessica: he has, sara. this is the man we are talking about right here. his name is michael gouthro. woman he was with yesterday when they crashed their car, she's set to be arraigned later on this morning, and police think she is may be the key finding him. massive manhunt continues on the north shore this morning for this man michael gouthro. >> saw guy coming up the little hill in the back of my yard, jumped over the wall and ran across the field. >> sara:
were searching for him so-called 911. >> grabbed my bat and called police. >> jessica: last thursday he was pulled over in revere. gouthro took out syringe and allegedly tried to stab the officer before speeding away. the officer chased them into chelsea when he ended up crashing the cruiser. state police spotted gouthro and this woman, jacqueline touchdown touchdown -- jacqueline murphy on stolen car. two tried to take off and crashed into another car. gouthro got away again. >> i knew it was an accident and one of the other vehicle was stuck. >> jessica: jim was still in bed when he heard the commotion and neighbors washed as gouthro ran through the front yard. >> asked them to stay in because gentlemen looking for was dangerous, considered to be dangerous. >> jessica: we know murphy was taken to local hospital and
to couple hours at lynn district court. right now we are working to get more information from state police about the specifics on today's search for gouthro, especially where it is going to be. i will written that to you just as soon as we get that brand-new information. for now live in revere this morning, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> gene: new this morning a four-year-old boy wandering the streets of dorchester all alone. he was picked up around 3:00 a.m. when temperatures were below freezing. fox25 michael henrich is live on busy blue hill avenue where he is working to get update from police this morning. good morning, michael. >> michael: one bit of information that could be labeled as good news, boston police say that the little boy who was found here corner of blue hill and gaston and dorchester was ems brought out to see him as up for caution. all morning, of course, been concerned, ever since the overnight crew responded to the scene as you see in video and ambulance was still here, everyone has been worried about how this kid is doing. that is a little bit of silver
still getting more details about what he was doing out here all alone when 20 some odd in the middle of the night here in dorchester where his parents might have been, how far he may have wandered away from home in order to get here. those are all unanswered questions still at this point, and as soon as boston police get a police report in their system we understand we will be able to get more information from the media relations department as well and as soon as we do, of course, we will bring you update right here on fox25 morning news live in dorchester, michael henrich, fox 25 news. >> sara: there was a series of bomb threats made against a dozen schools from haverhill to chatham yesterday. many of the threats were made by computer generated phone calls. sky fox was over newton north high school after a threat was made to that building. police and firefighters checked the school but nothing was found and there was a similar scene at
students and staff remained in the classroom while authorities investigated. none of the threats were credible. the fbi is part of an investigation into threats like these across the country. >> gene: 8:35 this morning, teenager charged with attacking students at umass amherst being held without bail. 19-year-old william mccune pled not guilty with charges of amount robbery and assault with a dangerous weapon and triggered a lockdown with umass campus last week. the victim was attacked in his gun. prosecutors say the incident was drug-related. dozens people arrested after a three day house party will be in court several days over this week and party on maple avenue in bridgewater started thursday and dent end until bridgewater police showed up until 1:00 a.m. sunday. police say the two 21-year-old minors. the clerk's office at brock district court tells fox25 the
be arraigned throughout the week. gene: police in one local town make dangerous and unusual find. this couple found on sidewalk in chicopee full of packets of heroin and they are thankful it did not fall into the hand of any children. >> sara: this morning boston police want to fingerprint every taxi driver in the city. more than 6,000 drivers will have the prints taken when they renew the licenses. the process will take place every year. the fingerprints will be part of background checks on the drivers local cab companies say this is a big security advantage that they have override sharing firms like uber. >> gene: signal failure that created nightmare commute last week. local amtrak workers were not able to fix the issue and they had to be flown in from other states and stranded commuter rail riders last thursday and mbta frank depaola explained why
problem. >> amtrack wiped the problem from the tlc, '80s technology that controlled those switches. the program itself had to be flown up from d.c. on laptop so wasn't until overnight thursday into friday they were able to do that operation. >> gene: amtrack has promised to have after performance review of the signal failure. gene: internal audit uncovered the agency had no standard policy and procedures for regulating overtime and some employees were improving their own ot. and high earners and largely senior employees taking standard overtime shifts on nights and weekends. mbta says it is working to develop a policy that will track and manage overtime. >> sara: happening today local wildlife official will talk
called snake island and fox25 reported the state division of fisheries and wildlife hoping to establish colony of rattle snakes on island in the quabbin reservoir. some residents are concerned the snakes will swim off the island but experts say it would be highly unlikely. >> gene: traumatic scene could be coming back to the scene of watertown. producers of movie patriots day are reportedly asking watertown residents to allow them to recreate the shootout between police and dzhokhar brothers including using gun fire and explosions. watertown residents say they still feel fear and panic in the wake of the shootout and manhunt many still have bullet holes in their homes. the flier notes movie protect bikersers would -- producers would work. mark wall berg led movie focuses on bombings and search for
>> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. expressway northbound 14 minute commute up to columbia road. shiri? >> shiri: 20s on tap and clouds filling in now by 5:00 p.m., still dry out there, and probably the tail end of the evening commute that even starts to see that snow and time out its arrival and how long it starts coming up. >> gene: mandatory guns for all employees. coming up why business owner says everyone needs to be packing heat if they want to put in hours. >> another attempt to steal credit card information with skim and her protect the bank account with free hand. >> gene: as we head to break, here is look at what's trending right now, big story so far the four-year-old found in dorchester. again! r again!
>> sara: daniel miller look at one way to beat credit card skimmers. >> daniel: looks something like this on card, chips being brought in to replace the magnetic strips to help with security located on the back of the card, personal security expert tell us magnetic strips and surge. people report having their identity stolen and attleboro police someone used device like this one, it is called a skimming device at two convenience stores last weekend. expert says technology can't keep up with the bad guys and he
information safe. >> cover up the keypad when entering. >> daniel: it is no good without the pin number and thieves will have hidden camera on the machine to record that code and so important to cover up keypad when punch in pin number. debit or credit card don't have the feature, contact bank or credit card company to let them know you want one. daniel miller, fox25 news. >> gene: story out of michigan uber driver confessed to deadly rampage in court. on saturday he began firing at random people while apparently driving uber passengers around. dalton is married father of two with no prior criminal record and police say they found significant stash of weapons when searched his home and still no word on motive at this point.
control says certain types of laminate flooring made by liquidators are three times more likely to get cancer according to the cdc. the problem is formaldehyde in the flooring. lumber liquidators has ten stores in the state. and responding in part saying the cdc revised calculation overestimates any potential health risk from the products and are encouraged that the cdc is seeking a broader review of their conclusion. >> sara: hundreds of used cars for sale at risk. fox25 investigates went undercover and found cars waiting to be sold. >> is it concerning? >> it is concerning. i've not going to lie to you.
and we try to do the best that we can. >> sara: reselling used cars with open recalls is not illegal but the problem is so big dealers are having a hard time keeping track and what's being done for fires and action you can take at 10:00. >> julie: newton delays stretching past 128 over to route 9 in the wellesley area. we have one lane open in organization of route 9 and take back roads and will significantly slow you down. 93 south sluggish through medford approaching somerville. 128 southbound giving us heavy volume through lexington as you approach the pike and head through the waltham area. see route 1 in saugus though looking nice, this is much lighter than typically see this time of the morning commute.
route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 41 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector, 40 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now, and shiri, i know you're tracking what will be coming in later in the form of snow and ice that will provide challenges on the road. >> especially tomorrow morning. >> shiri: tonight snow and rain and tomorrow night into thursday though it turns into heavy rain and wind, gets pretty warm around here, and there's also going to be potential for wind damage as we start looking at thursday morning commute. tonight this is storm number one that we were mentioning there. this is the one that arrives when it is cool enough to initially see a little bit of snow flipping over to freezing rain and comes in on wednesday night and thursday with whipping winds, downpours, almost tropical downpours attached to
neboston, seeing mostly cloudy skies, upper 30s, if not 40 but don't have snow getting into boston until seven or 8:00 tonight based on the latest information. i want to give us wiggle room in case it comes in earlier, but right now looks like the snow is probably just going to miss the 39 in boston this afternoon, 41 brookline, 40 bedford, 39 lowell in nashua, new hampshire and 37 in worcester, 38 in portsmouth, new hampshire. upper 30s in hull but 40 in marshfield, plymouth, sandwich this afternoon, everybody with uptick on the cloud cover now. want to pause things up at 7:00 p.m. and risk for snow is really going to start climbing in and around the boston area, sooner out toward the worcester area, especially out across western massachusetts, and worcester you're probably going to see the snow by about 5:00 this afternoon and it is going to particular its sweet time getting into the boston area. this evening when we pick up most of the snow accumulation,
part of the overnight already slipping by 10:00 tonight over to rain in southeastern massachusetts. that changeover happens around 1:00 in the morning around the mass pike. it continues to work northward, problem is this is 6:00 in the morning tomorrow, and a lot of it is falling as rain, and much of it is north and west of boston is going to be kind of locking up on roadways and turning into ice and coating two inches of snow with trace amounts of ice across eastern massachusetts. the icy threat there will come to an end around 6:00 in the morning but it is going to wait until noon time and higher totals until three inches of snow and merrimac valley and southern new hampshire. after that scattered showers tomorrow, gets much heavier for the wednesday evening commute, thursday morning as well, and heavy reason and wind in that timeframe, but all the way up to 55 on thursday, 40s and blustery on friday and over the weekend 40s with on and off clouds for now keeping it nice
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>> gene: researchers at rutgers ocean levels rose faster than the last century than previous 27 centuries. they blame global warming and leading to more devastating storm surges at cities along the coast according to the research. since 1900 sea levels have increased by 5.5 inches, this after remaining fairly steady for 3,000 years. >> sara: business owner in georgia is requiring that all of
the company provides risk management services to aircraft insurers and owner says he is concerned about crime. so he is making it mandatory that employees get a concealed carry handgun permit. some employees say they like the idea. >> willing to commit to training and firearm and also have to commit to be ready to use it if you have to. >> sara: owner says other businesses may soon follow his lead. >> gene: in you way to pay selfies and online purchases and snap a selfie to prove it is you making purchase and company says selfies and fingerprint scans are safer now than passwords. other companies are looking to voice authentication as well as heartbeats and eye scans. >> sara: big collection of
for sale because the owner owes a lot of money to the i.r.s. on thursday dozens will be auctioned off in kansas. include guitar signed by members of the band nirvana and two pairs of boots worn by gene simmons. the i.r.s. will not say who i.r.s. seized from. >> gene: 8:56, a lot more coming your way, new england mom becomes victim of internet hoax and thieves of one special moment and made it a scandal. >> sara: >> shiri: late this evening snow and ice moving in and cities coming up. >> sara: new this morning the city sports could soon be back in the game. when new version of the company wonderful, crazy mornings. we figure you probably don't have time to wait on hold.
>> daniel: local community could be forced to relive the darkest day. why movie producers want to fill what you are the down with gun fire and explosions once again. >> julie: it is 9:00 on tuesday, february 23rd. >> daniel: we have a bit of winter weather on the way. meteorologist shiri spear is in the stormtracker weather center when the snow will arrive. shiri? >> shiri: snow pushing in tonight and likely going to move in during the tail end of evening commute and have winter weather advisory much later today and all i got are clouds, 32 in boston, a lot of 20s still on the map though from areas like bedford, over to