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killed his teacher. legal battle about how long he should stay in prison. >> hi, massachusetts. i'm in california. >> julie: it is a very good morning for "american idol" contestant. what she is missing from home as she heads to do the top ten. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> julie: good friday morning, everyone. 9:00 on february 26th, i'm julie grauert. >> sara: i'm sara underwood. i'm in for myself. daniel is not here. >> julie: daniel is taking a day so i have you to myself. >> sara: it is cold and windy and shiri spear in stormtracker weather center what we can expect for the weekend. >> shiri: right now sunshine in place, mostly sunny skies and man, oh man, cooler than it was yesterday.
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now talking about 55 in boston and freezing temperatures in massachusetts and southwestern new hampshire, it is chilly out there this morning and we have sunshine and not going to do very much to warm us up and 36 from bedford to boston, mid-30s up to beverly, 37 in plymouth. from there we go up by one or two more degrees in the afternoon and temperatures start to sag again and 5:00 p.m. temperatures out there, going to look nice and bright. still going to be nice and clear but temperatures will be close to freezing when folks head home from work. highs 34 to 40 . cool and partly sunny day. we have also got a lot of wind gusts that i'm going to be chills. that's coming up shortly.
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julie for live drive time traffic. 19 minutes from the braintree split to the pike, 28 minutes 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. 7:00 a.m. newscast and learned a lot more about what happened. fox25 jessica reyes at the house now and could have been worse because kids wait for the school bus near there. >> jessica: that could have been so much worse, julie, if this would be just half hour later, kids standing in this very spot. this suv somehow crossed the center yellow line, picked this tree you see right here filled across this lawn right here and somehow ruled into this home that you see right here. we do have video of the home and shot about an hour ago after
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this driver was apparently thrown from the driver's seat of the suv and pinned by his arm underneath it. first responders really great job and got him out matter of 20 minutes and rushed him to brigham & women's hospital. we understand he was taken there by helicopter. now, just about 45 minutes ago we talked to the son of the woman that lives here. he says his mother was asleep upstairs. thankfully she was not hurt and she is so thankful this happened 30 minutes earlier when most children would have been out here. and this morning he says he is thankful the kids were here. actually saw them standing out here when first got on scene just about 45 minutes ago. so this could have been a much worse situation. as for the driver it is not clear if they had some sort of medical issue. do know if they were airlifted to brigham & women's hospital and update on how they are doing
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and reporting that to you as soon as they get it. reporting in west bridgewater, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> right now people are filing into court awaiting sentencing of this teenager who killed and raped his math teacher. we have been covering this case for years. it is unclear how long sentencing will last but we expect it to be emotional. legal team are arriving right now. >> catherine: proceedings about to get underway, court resumes at 9:00 this morning and show you video you can take a look, this is denise, chism's attorney, you could see coming into the courthouse and happens last half hour or so and things about to get started for this sentencing. the judge did say he hopes to have decision made by the end of the today and not making any promises about that. final chapter in painful saga
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philip chism was 14 when raped and murdered math teacher colleen ritzer. he is 17 now. today he and his victim's loved ones will learn his face. members of the public. >> keep him in there. >> catherine: state wants chism minimum 50 years in prison, wouldn't be eligible for parole until he is in 60s and asking for max of 26 years and expected to focus on age during sentencing today. as for who will speak about the impact of colleen ritzer's death, defense wanted to limit number of people and what they could say. >> impact of the trial itself for the victim's family, mr. chism alleged failure to show remorse. >> catherine: prosecutor stood up for family and friends and anyone that wants to speak will do so. >> remarkable the level of
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shown the most difficult circumstances. >> catherine: they will wait for the judge's sentence to come down after the public speaks. weigh atrocity of crime and premeditation and philip chism and fact he has a teenager's brain at this point and in terms of eligibility for parole, not to say philip chism will never necessarily be on parole and argue after a period of years and at this point the judge determines what it will be and happen he is saying hopefully by the end of today and should know more then and updated throughout the day. in salem, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> sara: fox25 is in court and it could be all day before the
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fox25 news at five and six we will have the latest and if a decision does come down we will take that sentencing live on the air. you can also get the latest on the case on our website and mobile app. >> julie: police say gunman in deadly rampage in kansas was served with order. it was protection for abuse but won't say who applied for it. they are going through the factory where three people were killed and dozen wounded. suspect, 38-year-old former employee also shot two other people and stole a car before arriving in the plant. both of those victims survived. employees say there was chaos and panic as they first heard the gunshots. >> people started screaming, coming out, go to the front, go to the front, turning out, he is out front, everybody started going to the back right here.
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victims remains in critical condition. >> sara: this morning police say this man is posing a danger to people near boston common. he is accused of threatening two people with a large knife in the last few weeks and he is still on the loose. you could see the man in the surveillance pictures. police say he is median height and missing several teeth. in both cases the victims robbed and threatened but they were not stabbed. the first attack happened january 30th. the second took place on boylston street between common and chinatown "t" station. people we spoke with last night are on alert. >> very disturbing. i already keep an eye out in this area, combat zone anyway so have pepper spray in my pocket. >> sara: police say in the second robbery a woman was attacked just after getting cash from atm. we do have the man's picture up right now on the front page of the website if you would like to take a second look.
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marco rubio tried to take down presidential front-runner donald trump in last night's debate. jacqueline fell has more and this was a brawl from the beginning. >> landing big punches. >> bill mcfeeley builds the wall the way he builds trump tower he will be using immigrant labor. >> he lied 100%. >> rubio had been avoiding strong attacks against republican front-runner for months. that changed last night in houston as rubio and ted cruz tag teamed trump. new sense of urgency to take down the billionaire businessman before he becomes unstoppable. it was a rare night where trump found himself on defensive. believe it or not there's actually five people in the debate, ben carson and john
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firework overhead. this was the last showdown before super tuesday when 11 states held primaries and lock up the nomination. reporting live in washington, jacqueline fell, fox25 news. >> sara: clinton campaigned in south carolina yesterday and while she spoke about healthcare, senator sanders was in flint, michigan talking about the city's water crisis. >> looking at children being poisoned and suffering irreversible brain damage, if that's not an emergency, i don't know what an emergency is. >> republican candidates have insurance and takes a lot of gaul to say well we don't need that affordable care act. >> sara: bill clinton was campaigning for his wife in north carolina.
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pick presidential nominees for both parties. voters in three states will only hold republican caucuses. we will have full coverage of the results on air and our app and online at >> julie: live look outside pike every ten minutes and volume really starting to lighten up and you're flying eastbound and westbound through the pike -- on the pike rate now through brighton. >> shiri: temperature in the middle 30s in most spots coming with mostly sunny skies. problem is where is the warm-up. only go to 36 at 11:00 a.m. and how long we deal with february like temperature before we are back to the 50s next. >> sara: it is a photo faux pas, why shot of supermodel's
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>> julie: why theme >> julie: james mcgivery accused of raping a child in 1991. he has been a firefighter since 1996 and placed on leave on february 5th and yesterday they arrested and charged him with rape. people in town don't know what to make of it.
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>> you're supposed to be safe with them. >> they have not released any information on alleged victim and they will hold a termination hearing in march. >> julie: this morning salem police officer off the job. matthew scialdone was arrested after taking part in drug deal. he had oxycodone pills on him when taken into custody and scheduled to report to work and he has been placed on leave. >> sara: three young women in women were attacked and turns out they were the ones doing the attacking. one of the girls will be charged with falsely reporting a crime and all three are being charged with assault and campus official say they are worried this will
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crimes. julie: apple filed a court order used by terrorists. tech giant filed motion yesterday afternoon ahead of today's deadline. the fbi asked apple to help them get into the phone of the san bernardino shooter. in the legal brief apple argues the government's request would violate the company's first amendment right and apple says fbi seeking dangerous power by undermining privacy. >> sara: sea world confessing espionage. they posed as animal rights activists last year and told to spy on protesters who were upset at treatment of whales at company's water parks. last year the people for ethical treatment of animals accused sea world of spying on members. yesterday ceo says the spies
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the face of credible threat. sara: blocking construction of $1.7 billion gaming resort. wynn put off game breaking ceremony and they fear they will lose money on construction jobs as dispute drags on and baker tells herald he hopes to have the mayor of somerville and wynn resort and executive state down with official soon. sara: new this morning after losing bid for revere, develop a casino in south korea. the resort will open at airport there in 2020. it features three hotel tower, a shopping center, indoor amusement park and, of course, hundreds of gambling tables and 1,000 slot machines. it will end up being a property worth more than a trillion dollars. >> julie: 9:18. let's look at maps right now and volume starting to get light even on the expressway. 128 no problem northbound or
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needham up to the pike. over to look at the pike itself and you're just flying, especially through brighton, a lot of room between those cars. overall it has been a very nice mellow commute. here are live drive times, 12 minutes on 24 from 106 to 128. 37 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. 15 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit for the pike. meteorologist shiri spear joining us. mellow morning. 50s back by sunday and got few shots of rain not snow coming up this week. satellite and radar really looking good, a lot of early morning clouds really starting to lift and mix out, 35 in boston, 34 in norwood down to plymouth, let's take peak at temperature trend for norwood
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now, winds at 21 miles per hour sustained, stronger gusts, making it feel like it is only 22. temperature here get all the way into upper 30s and warmer towns but when you factor in the winds that will continue to gust around 30, it is going to feel like 20s all day and evening plans, look at this, 7:00 p.m. back down to 29 . let's check it out in fitchburg, shall we, 31 right now and looking mostly sunny, there are a couple patchy clouds still lingering in the area and here. low to mid-30s for highs in central massachusetts today, and you could see that we are going to be well into the 20s by the time you head out for any friday night activities. so high 37 bedford boston beverly 38 in plymouth new bedford norwood. like i said, hot spots. only 30 in worcester, 31 in orange, 31 in keene, new hampshire, and this is what we have. this cold front just melting away. remember, it does pull in cooler
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counteracting today's sunshine and temperature staying static. breezy conditions last us all day long as we head into the weekend here you will find sunshine tomorrow. we got high pressure driving, keeping us nice and dry, a little bit breezy from time to time tomorrow, but even well into the afternoon this is future cast at 2:00 p.m. whole lot of nothing going on. temperatures going to resemble today seasonable, feel like late february, around 40 tomorrow, but then by sunday we bring back the 50s. we got warmer air moving into town. couple clouds especially as you head northward where we are closer to a front since the front never actually makes it into town though and we get a couple clouds and don't get any rain attached to that. check out, 53 in boston on sunday, 47 hyannis, with 51 in worcester, 53 in concord, new hampshire. if you're looking for more 50s, no problem. i can deliver. 7-day forecast with weekend always in view after at least ten degree warm-up between saturday and sunday.
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. we will deal with couple spot showers through the day. does not look like a washout. in fact looks like some of us will stay dry, hit or miss style and look relatively light for now. 48 dry and partly cloudy on tuesday, wednesday, into thursday and another round of 50s and another round of rain. back to you. >> julie: shiri, talk to you soon. coming up we have a step-by-step look at what it takes to create one of a kind awards.
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>> j >> sara: woman turns 88 years old and gets the biggest surprise for a bus load of kids. doris lives in ohio and she stands out on the streets everyday just to wave to the kids on the bus. she has been doing it for five years since her granddaughter rode the bus to school, and the kids absolutely love seeing her. so on her birthday, they sang to her. doris was so happy she cried and was back out there the next day. that story puts the biggest smile on my face.
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dawn of new beginning in brady family. >> julie: imitating the classic circle of life. brady posted the funny video with lion video and already has almost 2 million views. >> sara: slow-mo and go up and up and into the dog. >> julie: offers up the circle of life. >> sara: get number of famous supermodel is big mistake. model kristy teegan released cookbook with the dog and the collar had phone number on it. she learned about the mistake after 100 or so calls and as you can imagine she already changed
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appreciates, quote, all the kind voicemails. can you imagine? can't imagine my husband having her phone number. >> julie: always got to be careful. julie: a performance grabs your heart. >> she couldn't get through without crying. it is about her father that left her family and inspired by her husband who she says is an amazing dad. >> sara: it was so beautiful.
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have a good cry after my make-up is off. >> shiri: incredible stuff. 33 days this winter over 50 , more than we have ever had a year before, so show you how warm it is going to be as we slide into the weekend next. >> michael: thousands of union grocery store workers shopping
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how the rest o >> sara: good morning, everybody, and thank you so much for joining us. it is friday. >> julie: we have spring on the brain. >> shiri: did we even have winter? yesterday it was 60 when we woke up. >> sara: best winter. >> shiri: i will say back on track with normal temperatures this morning, currently 19 cooler in boston right now than yesterday at this time and 28 cooler in worcester and boston 35 , same in lynn, 33 in natick, congratulations you were freezing last hour so good to see temperatures going up, marlboro 33 , brockton 33 and middle 30s down across the south shore and on to cape 39
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and not too shabby and temperatures today will be really, really slow to move and move will be limited, so that means middle 30s at noon time, mostly sunny skies, 3:00 p.m. 38 . going to be all day breeze around, so gusts 30 miles per hour and not going to do damage so create wind chill and hour-by-hour wind chill coming up in less than ten minutes. julie, let's get back over to you for live drive time traffic. >> julie: route 1 looking nice and around the cloverleaf too and pike wide open and volume very reasonable and live drive time, 495 to mass ave and 13 minutes expressway braintree split to the pike and 35 minutes 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. >> sara: happening right now the family of high school teacher murdered and raped are
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impact statements. colleen ritzer was killed by her student philip chism when he was 14 years old and today a judge will decide when chism is eligible for parole. prosecutors have asked the teen serve no less than 50 years but the defense is asking for much less. in the last 20 minutes we got this statement from philip chism's mother. she says words cannot express the amount of pain and sorrow these past two weeks the half year has been. however, there's no one that suffered more than the ritzer family. my utmost prayers and humble respect is with them as they continue the journey to heal. sara: fox25 is inside the court with the sentencing hearing and streaming the i believe -- impact statements on get the latest on the case on
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>> julie: past two hours we have been updating situation in west bridgewater and driver's own suv. fox25 jessica reyes is at the house now on hatfield street. jess, the driver was thrown from the driver's seat. >> jessica: he was, julie. at this point he is at brigham & women's hospital and airlifted this happened. but it all happened on this home and driver crossed double yellow line and made it through the yard right here, rolled over and hit the front of the house, maybe take a lock into the house and most of the damage at the front of the house and will be able to be repaired and people who live here won't be able to stay here for quite sometime. now, we have video of that suv that was pulled from here just about an hour and a half ago and driver after rolled the suv he was somehow thrown from the
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arm underneath the suv. it took first responders 20 minutes to get him out from underneath it and airlifted to brigham & women's hospital and waiting for update on his condition at this point. now, there was a woman home. she was actually upstairs sleeping in her bed when this happened. her son says she is just so thankful this didn't happen 30 minutes later when children would have been out here waiting for their bus. >> when we got here, the driver was pinned underneath the vehicle and fire and ems did great job getting him out of here and from what i understand they med-flighted him out, mother was in bed at the time, very shaken up obviously but she wasn't jeffrey derderian, and we are all just grateful it wasn't a half hour from now when all the kids out here for the school bus. >> jessica: looking into the house you could see people seem to be going through some of the damage and a bit further front
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only for the front there so hopefully they will be able to repair it. as for the driver, it is not clear at this point if may have had some sort of medical episode, but once again, he is at brigham & women's hospital in boston. checking with police and fire hoping to get update on name and condition and as soon as we do, we will pass it along to you right here and online. live in west bridgewater this morning, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: >> julie: michael henrich following the labor talks happening right no you at stop & shop. michael, there's a deadline looming as we head into the weekend. >> michael: couple dates to keep an eye on here, julie. first and foremost, the contract, union contract expires for workers here at woburn stop & shop and stop & shops throughout new england. this expires tomorrow night at the end of the day tomorrow night. now, another date to keep in
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hannaford is set to go through. hannaford workforce not unionized and union rep told me about an hour ago they are keeping a close eye and benefits and negotiated in the past. >> michael: winning hearts and minds with the video released by union representing some 10,000 bay staters. >> when we are valued by stop & shop for the work we do, it makes a difference. rewarding hard work with better wages and benefits. >> michael: largest supermarket chain in new england, wants to cut pension, increase healthcare expenses and set up lower system of benefits in new employees. the union will either vote on new contract or vote to strike sunday morning. stop & shop is prepared posting
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store on craigslist willing to pay $16 an hour for replacement workers in the event of a strike the impact could be extensive with 35,000 total workers ready to walk out in massachusetts, rhode island and connecticut. shoppers are now paying attention. >> so many other maces i can go shop that i really good to employees so why would i come here if they are in the fair. >> michael: part of a statement from stop & shop we obtained about 7:00 this morning we have a long history of reaching contract with unions that represent the associates without any disruption to their work or customer service, and we have no reason to believe this time will be any different, but the union rep did tell me about an hour ago on the phone he expected negotiations to be full day affairs both today and tomorrow leading up to that midnight deadline. for now reporting live in woburn, michael henrich, fox25 news.
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information about gunman in deadly rampage in kansas. suspect was served with court order, 90 minutes before the shooting. three people were killed, 14 wounded in three minutes. last happened at factory where shooter had worked and gunman killed by the first police officer who arrived at the scene so far police only say the court order involved some sort of abuse and won't say who applied for it. one of the surviving victims remains in critical condition right now. julie: whitey bulger sent to solitary confinement for incident happened months ago. he was allegedly caught by a guard touching himself with sexual manner with the lights on that's against prison bureau rules. when confronted he said he was applying medicated powder for embarrassing medical issue. when asked why he had the lights on, he told the guard he always keeps them on, side effect after the prison lsd experiment when
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>> sara: family speaking out about lawsuit against boston children's hospital. justina pelletier was receiving treatment for mitochondrial disease when her parents took her to boston children's. the state took custody of justina after doctors at children's diagnosed her with psychiatric problems and accused her parents of medical child abuse. she spent 18 months in state custody. her family is suing children's and four doctors accusing them of mistreating justina and violating civil rights. >> this is about making people accountable, making medical community start thinking twice before they take actions that can do damage to child to family that can be irreversible. >> sara: in statement children's hospital said it welcomes the opportunity to vigorously defend the medical
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well-being according to care provided. >> sara: garden at boston children's hospital and last night the public health commission heard testimony on plan to remove it when the hospital is expanded. parents say the garden provides a peaceful place for seriously ill children. it is necessary because the neonatal unit is overcrowded. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. here is look at live drive times right now it is a 13 minute commute on route 1 from 128 in peabody to the tobin bridge. shiri? >> shiri: wind chill 24 and slice that in half for worcester feels like it is only 12 between the cold and wind and as we travel into the afternoon i expect things to stay equally chilly here. we are going to take look at hour-by-hour wind chills next. >> sara: family outraged this morning.
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a flight because of someone else's dog. >> julie: everyone knows the look of we're living in a very competitive global economy, and if we are going to succeed, we need the best-educated workforce in the world. we should be making public colleges and universities tuition-free. we're going to pay for it with a tax on wall street speculation. the taxpayers of this country bailed out wall street. it is time for them to start helping the middle class of this country. i'm bernie sanders
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and congestion. no other nasal allergy spray can say that. complete allergy relief or incomplete. let your eyes decide. flonase changes everything. >> sara: all week workers at small shop in chicago doesn't have a sign over the front door worked on biggest prize in hollywood.
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each statue is made by hand. take a look at the cool process. >> welcome to rso in chicago, illinois where we manufacture the oscar statue. i want to show you how we do what we do. let's go. >> these oscars you're seeing right here right now will be on stage next month. this is our hand casting department. we start with bare metal and melt it between five and 600 and he laidels each one individually into a steel mold. the next process in manufacturing the oscar is where we remove the glaze for casting. it started 921938 and we have been producing our own mold for casting since then. the next step in refining our
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process. that allows us to refine the surface to make sure he looks as perfect as possible. this is the polishing department take statues sanded and ground and bring them to mirror finish. everything we do with oscar is done entirely by hand. this is where louise white who has been engaving the oscars since early '80s actually puts the serial number on every one of them. we take oscar from his raw state where he has been polished to mirror finish and electroplate
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him to 24-carat gold finish. here we are in final assembly where he gets assembled before finally shipped out. >> sara: learn something new everyday. >> julie: we were wondering if they put the names on there but they probably have a little flag that the they put them on later. >> sara: spotlight up for best picture and matt damon nominated for best actor for the martian. >> julie: actors and directors will go home with a gift bag worth more than $200,000. trip to israel, vaporizer, protein bars, 10,000 donation to animal shelter to the nominee's choice.
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breast lift and high-end toilet paper and gift bags are sent out in luggage to the nominee's homes. i want to get nominated just to be friends. who needs statue when you have the goodie bag stuff. expressway, wide open 128 moving along fine from canton up through dedham and needham. pike itself at decent clip and zakim bridge where leverett connector where it isn't being slowed down. 12 minutes on 24 from 106 to 128 and 26 minutes 93 south to leverett connector and 12 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit for the pike. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. i bet your daughters get bags for birthdays. >> shiri: give the bag a run for its money completely not. temperatures today and tomorrow pretty close to average. average 41 . today upper 30s, tomorrow
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you will want the warm-up. well wait two days because sunday back to 50. mid-, possibly upper 50s on monday. we could even the hit 60 next monday and pushing it a little, plain a little cobb searchtive few days out, mostly sunny, winds at 20 miles per hour, stronger gusts. wind chill 24 and going to be kind of chilly out there this afternoon. temperatures hanging tight around 36 in the boston area. by evening 5:00 p.m. 33, back to the 20s by 7:00 p.m. and wind chills are going to be whole other story, but here we got all of this cooler air moving in, had a couple flurries reported in western massachusetts but clouds are really nicely breaking up across central mass, eastern mass, society for christian activities, and keep us nice and bright as we slide into the afternoon and a lot of sunshine out there, one thing you can't see though the fact it is going to be breezy and going to be breezy with gusts around
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temperatures into the afternoon and fit in the 20s in most spots, even feeling like 19 . that's it in worcester at 2:00 p.m. then remember it is cooling down into the evening, so if you have friday night plans out there, your wind chill dropping down to 17 in boston at 8:00 tonight, 12 in worcester. it is going to be chilly out there, nothing unusual for february standards, we have been so spoiled with warm weather here yesterday. 39 in carver this afternoon, 39 in wareham, 38 brockton, 38 in foxborough. those are some of the warmest temperature readings today. you will find otherwise we got temperatures in and around the boston area into let's say the upper 30s in and around the worcester area, only into the lower 30s. sunshine ruling the forecast straight into saturday. this is 2:00 p.m. let's head into sunday because that's the day that we bring in some changes, ad couple clouds coming from the north and warmer air that starts to move on in and dictate the weather as we move from sunday and monday as
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and sunday's highs and boston 41 tomorrow in boston, 41 in beverly, 38 in plymouth and 38 in worcester and all of those spots getting well into the 50s here on sunday about 53 in boston, 51 in worcester, even 55 in foxborough. 7-day forecast with weekend always in view. so we have at least a ten degree jump saturday to sunday by monday wouldn't be surprised if we had upper 50s or even 60 on the map, but we will have spot showers out there and tuesday 38 and 50s back with rain on wednesday and still pretty mild with chance for showers on wednesday. back to you. >> sara: our own "american idol" hopefully staying in california a little longer. one of the things sonika misses
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how to >> julie: see massive house
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told the home worth $3 million and built in the 1940s and has quite a path. famous families were entertained there, including the kennedys. in fact, day before president john f. kennedy's wedding jackie o spend time there to escape for a few minutes. sara: new legislation would have sexting legal for teenagers. in new mexico it would make sexting okay between teens and bill create harsher penalties for distributing and possessing child porn but also allow minors ages 14 to veen to share nude photos with each other and not be prosecuted as long as it is consensual. parents are divided on the issue. >> don't think we need to be giving titles to the kids for the rest of their lives. >> not going to turn 18 and then discontinue doing that illegal activity.
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general says sharing child porn is still a federal crime and says this bill would not prevent the feds from prosecuting sexting cases. >> julie: family is back home after they allergic reaction led to them getting kicked off the home. the flight got delayed when seven-year-old had some kind of allergic reaction. his family thinks it was in response to service animal on board. they say the flight attendant first moved them them to the back of the plane and then family was removed from the flight. at that point they say other passengers started applauding. >> not my fault because one of them has a dog and says no way, not getting off the plane with my dog and we got boarded off the plane. >> julie: what passengers didn't know his father had terminal cancer.
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so they could see his family. >> sara: weston native sonika made to top ten. 2-hour first live show of the season and we spoke with sonika moments after the show and song she picked was credibly difficult but rewarding. >> performing was so amazing. wasn't exactly in my comfort zone but i kind of enjoyed that but made me push myself to go where i needed to go with my performance. i had an amazing time. i really enjoyed it. >> sara: sonika tweeted out after the show and one thing she misses about massachusetts is
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will have to see if she moves on next week on fox25. she worked so hard to get to the place and who gets to top ten. >> shiri: her voice is so pretty. >> sara: she looked great. >> julie: not a lot of snow. >> shiri: rain chances and going 40 today and tomorrow back up to 50 on sunday. >> sara: sounds fabulous. we love our next item is a genuine "name your price" tool. this highly sought-after device from progressive can be yours for... twenty grand? -no! we are giving it away for just 3 easy payments of $4.99 plus tax! the lines are blowing up! we've got deborah from poughkeepsie. flo: yeah, no, it's flo. you guys realize anyone can use the "name your price" tool for free on, right? [ laughing nervously ] [ pickles whines ] i know, it's like they're always on television.
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