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>>essica: couple hit at flea market and recovering. >> julie: it was hollywood's night to shine. chris rock addresses race at the award. >> julie: the big finish that had audience on their feet. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> julie: it is 9:00 on february 29th, leap day. i'm julie grauert. >> daniel: shiri spear in the weather center this morning with look at rain on the way. hi, shiri. >> shiri: nice warm temperatures before the rain moves in and starting out at 51 this morning in boston and beverly and lawrence and bedford, 45 in worcester, 53 in
welcome to the 50s to those of you in the city. temperaturewise here i think these are even a little underdone and in the 50s here by lunchtime today across eastern massachusetts, central mass a little bit cooler, going to be lower 50s with clouds and possibly some showers from worcester to fitchburg to nashua the reason i say possibly because the nature of these showers is going to be scattered not everybody gets them. it is not going to rain all afternoon long. 4:00 p.m. though you can see the showers really focus from boston south and eastward, so during the evening commute couple lingering showers over southeastern massachusetts, rest of the area dry, the risk for rain really peaking in boston at one and 4:00, 54 to 62 , developing midday showers, walk you through kind of windy forecast and even wetter middle of the week coming up. back to you for live drive time traffic. >> julie: medford down into
going as you cross the tobin bridge into downtown. 93 -- expressway rather bumper-to-bumper to braintree split to columbia road and slow going still on the pike eastbound through brighton. here are live drive times, 41 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. 30 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike and hour on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. >> julie: friends and family members remembering a hometown police officer killed on the job a moment of silence was at her high school before classes started. >> catherine: principal leading school community in moment of silence and also spoke to us about guindon's legacy here at the school. but today it is not just the school community mourning the
>> ask you to please join me in moment of silence. >> catherine: that is the school principal leading everybody into the moment of silence. guindon graduated from here 11 years ago. the principal was here during that time. ashley guindon is 28 years old. on friday she was sworn into the police department in prince william county virginia. the next day she was shot and killed while responding to domestic disturbance left wife dead and two other critically injured. today her high school principal spoke about how she is remembered here. here is what she said. >> a lot of people would look back on her, would know she experienced personal tragedy in her life, and i think what -- instead of clubs or activities that she participated in, i think what most people will remember is that this is a young lady who chose to move forward
of public service. >> catherine: as principal alluded to well, this is not the first loss for guindon's family and ashley guindon referred to her father in heaven. he took his own life after returning from iraq. a balloon will also be released in guindon's honor during this year's graduation ceremony, and the principal led to remarks that broadcast to the entire school community here and hear some of that remark coming up next half hour. live here in merrimack, new hampshire, canada, fox25 news. >> daniel: ronald hamilton killed his wife on saturday, he then shot officer guindon and two other police officers that arrived at the scene. the other officers remained in the hospital. police say 11-year-old son was
hamilton charged with capital murder and could face the death penalty. when hamilton appears in court we will alert you on the fox25 news app. download the app for up-to-the-minute breaking news while you're at work or on the go. >> julie: tomorrow is super tuesday. hick has eight-point lead over bernie sanders. that's according to new suffolk university poll. experts say sanders needs massachusetts if hopes to pick up enough delegates to beat clinton. poll marco rubio 42% to 22% and with polls so close, massachusetts has become a political battle ground for the democrats. the clinton campaign is holding events in state's three biggest cities. hillary about to take the stage in an event in springfield and then she will head to boston for afternoon rally. bill clinton will attend a late night event in worcester while bernie sanders will head up a rally in milton.
only republican campaigning in massachusetts today. he will be at town hall in plymouth this afternoon. front runner donald trump has events in virginia and georgia today. tomorrow he will campaign in ohio and kentucky and wait for results in florida. senator marco rubio will be in tennessee and georgia today. minnesota and his home state of florida is where he will visit tomorrow. senator ted cruz will be in florida today before heading to his home state of texas which is one of the super tuesday's states. fox25 will have complete coverage as super tuesday and massachusetts primaries. we will be live at trump, clinton and sanders headquarters tomorrow night. you can find up-to-the-minute results on air, on app and myfoxboston.com. >> daniel: police trying to track town driver that hit a couple twice at local flea market before taking off. witnesses able to get the vehicle's license plate before the driver sped away. fox25 jessica reyes joins us live in worcester this morning getting updates from police. and jess, the seven is still on for the car this morning.
we just reached out again to police in past hour. at this point they have not released suspect's name and no arrests have been made, but they do have one very important piece of evidence, and that's the license plate number. describe a horrifying scene sunday where crowds of people watched as ran over a couple and 50s and 60s and then took off. >> couple with daughter coming out and lady parked in front and she -- burst as she was reversed and didn't see the couple coming right behind her and ran over the couple. >> jessica: happened 1:00 sunday afternoon and couple's
sunglasses -- >> jessica: police have her plates this morning. >> she have. they have her license plates. she isn't going far. >> jessica: both man and woman taken to the hospital. man has been released and woman recovering at the hospital this morning and going to continue to follow up with police all day long to get updates how the woman is doing. also if they are going to release any more information about the suspect about the name and possible description of the car. we will keep you posted online and on the fox25 news at five and six. for now live here in worcester this morning, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. police say keith carubino driving a pickup truck which left the northbound lanes and crossed into oncoming traffic saturday afternoon in norton. truck slammed into a contact car driven by 55-year-old robert roach of sandwich. roach died at the scene and his
sent to the hospital. as of now no foul play has been confirmed. >> jessica: city councilor where the man was found tells fox25 there's a crime problem in the area. >> i'm worried about the well-being and hits home. >> jessica: they hope autopsy results can explain how he died. >> daniel: group meeting in boston to discuss the state of the rail security and what needs to be done to enhance it. the governor and boston mayor marty walsh will both be at the
>> i think it is important to talk about security and how we move forward. >> daniel: national security subcommittee. >> julie: mbta expected to cut budget by nearly half. according to the globe cut the deficit by 43% freeing up about $100 million for much needed improvement projects. that money expected to go to weatherization projects and repairs to the aging signal system and however, it may make it more difficult to "t" to convince critics and still need to raise fares. julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. live look at pike, heavy volume still as you're heading eastbound. i will have look at live drive times in a moment. first here is shiri and
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>> julie: diversity and sexual abuse were front in hollywood. david daniel has more of the eighty-eighth annual academy awards. >> i'm here at academy awards, otherwise known as white people choice awards. >> reporter: chris rock did not wait to talk about the controversy. >> if they nominated hosts, i wouldn't get the job. you will be watching neal patrick harris right now. >> reporter: we were watching
technical category. some winners were expected like brie larson. >> the thing i love about movie making how many people it takes to make it. >> reporter: third man ever to win back-to-back best director oscars. mexican director urged us. >> make sure for once and become as irrelevant of the length. >> reporter: leonardo finally took home oscar. >> production move to the southern tip of the planet just to be able to find snow, climate change is real and happening right now. >> reporter: show addressed
stirring performance by lady gaga. >> reporter: and spotlight, the true story of the boston globe reporters who uncovered sexual abuse by catholic priests and cover-up taking best original screen play and best picture of the year. >> we made the film for all the journalists who hold town accountable and survivor and will to overcome inspiration of all. >> plenty of inspiration to go around on oscar night. i'm david daniel. >> daniel: you stayed up -- >> julie: you stayed up late. >> daniel: if you want, you get up there and scroll the thank yous for all the people so they can cut down on time. it is really interesting to see. they were cutting people off. >> julie: feelings would be hurt.
i didn't get either one. julie: let's look at traffic. look at expressway where you could see there's still seeing the slowest traffic south of the pike. pike itself sluggish as you approach the allston-brighton tolls and brighton volume remains steady and heavy. live drive times, 24 minutes -- 26 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit for the pike. shiri, would you be? >> let's stay on good side.
today and noon and five and going to be on lookout for couple and wintery mix possible late tuesday night, but i'm seeing a pretty good change on wednesday and going to give you early heads up, spots like northern worcester hills, southern new hampshire, things could get a little slippery here on wednesday morning, but 51 in boston right now, and this is only like mid-warm-up. we do have 20 miles per hour winds, so it is going to be gusty, going to be breezy out there, makes it feel cooler, but what happens, when we get into the 50s, we do not calculate wind chill and frost or anything like that, temperature here end up peaking mid to upper 50s and don't be surprised to see 60 readings and best bet for showers in boston, i will say between one and about 4:00 p.m., in and around the boston area, but again, not raining the whole time. it is going to come to town a little sooner somewhere like worcester now at 45 . we can still calculate the wind chill there, feels like 38
hour breeze and so noticeable wind today increasing clouds by worcester area and lasts us until about 2:00 p.m. and then we start to dry out there. going with 58 here and don't be surprised to see 60 and boston or beverly and upper 60s and nashua, new hampshire 55 and hyannis about 50 with passing showers, hour-by-hour look here with future cast by noon time we are going to have a band of rain extending through western massachusetts into southwestern new hampshire, but could them as far east as manchester, fitchburg, between one and two showers arriving in eastern massachusetts, including the boston area, it will continue on
fashion into the afternoon and kind of falling apart as we go, by 6:00 p.m. we are looking at plymouth southward to the southcoast, cape and islands for a couple of rain drops most of you going to drive home under dry conditions, clearing skies and wake up tomorrow morning, all about the sunshine with high, thin clouds mixing in. changes it the come, a little blast of pink, that's a possible coating, icy mixture possibly a little snow in there that coating here overnight into early wednesday morning, but this is 7:00 a.m. wednesday and we are talking rain because we are talking another round of really mild temperatures. you might get a couple snowflakes on the tail end of this but i will go with rain at times heavy on wednesday morning, on top of that wind, and highs getting back into the 50s. so about 56 here tomorrow you will wake up to teens tomorrow and turn around with highs close to freezing, it is going to be a cold end to the week, chance for a little bit of snow late friday night, but main system stays way offshore sunday as well we are
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over there and live report in a few minutes. >> shiri: looks great but want to grab an umbrella before you go for what's coming in in couple hours. i should also mention these winds have serious lie picked up, sustained winds 20 miles per hour in boston, 30 miles per hour in new bedford, 18 miles per hour in hyannis, so this is pretty windy stuff today, and going to be breezy, going to get gusts around 30 miles per hour from time to time today. so hold on to your hats. 51 with that breeze in boston now, 50 in burlington, 53 in wrentham, 53 in bridgewater, hello, 55 in marshfield, look at that warm-up, 53 from falmouth over to sandwich and we got some lower 50s in maynard and pepperell, amherst, new hampshire 52 versus worcester at 57 and wilmington and right now, vermont getting into the clouds and showers. so 51 now, goes up to about 60 in boston by lunchtime. yes, i expect boston could get up to 60
central and western massachusetts will have rain around not eastern massachusetts by noon. 3:00 p.m. on the flip side. we will have showers peaking around that time in eastern mass, temperature about 56 when it starts to rain, it cools us down a little bit, see it drop by a couple degrees, and by 7:00 p.m. 46 . clear skies role right back into play. we get kind of quiet weather tomorrow, go over the next round not just rain but possibly an icy mix the middle of the week. and head over to live drive time traffic. >> julie: sailing still throw through medford and slow from furnace brook parkway up through quincy and neponset area and you could see volume still moderate brighton. here are live drive time, 31 minutes on the pike from 495 to mass ave, 23 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike, 33 minutes 93
connector. >> daniel: super tuesday is on doorstep and democrats about to train hard in massachusetts. latest suffolk university poll shows hillary clinton with a single digit lead over her opponent bernie sanders. hopes to pick up enough delegates to beat clinton. polls -- with the polls so close massachusetts has become a political battle ground for the democrats. the clinton campaign holding events in the state's biggest cities. bernie sanders is heading up a rally in milton today. fox25 michael henrich joining us live in springfield this morning where, michael, supporters are waiting for clinton's event to get underway. >> michael: they have to wait no longer for former secretary of state to arrive. we just about three minutes ago heard loud rush of people who did not get into the event here at the limeon and mary wood springfield history run to the
secretary did arrive here for her event which was supposed to start in fearness at 9:15 and doors opened at eight and 9:30 and arrived a couple moments ago and take you in alive look at the crowd, crowd certainly packed house and couple hundred people before they were allowed in and inside again, they are excited for the event to get underway and former secretary, former first lady to speak with them. after the event clinton goes to boston for get out the vote event just afternoon at old south meeting house. senator bernie sanders will be in milton tonight at milton high school at 7:00. and then the former president bill clinton will actually be in huge, another city in worcester at 11:00 tonight. so again, we are going to keep a close eye on this event and
for now in springfield, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> sara: >> julie: same suffolk poll donald trump beating marco rubio ohio john kasich only republican today. he will anybody town hall. campaign in ohio and kentucky and wait for results in florida. senator marco rubio will be in tennessee and georgia today and minnesota home state are scheduled for tomorrow and ted cruz will be here before heading to texas. live at trump, clinton and sanders all night and on air and
>> daniel: virginia police officer killed in the line of duty. ashley guindon is from new england and just been sworn in hours before the shooting. fox25 catherine parrotta is live outside the officer's high school in merrimack, new hampshire this morning. catherine, you were there for the emotional moment earlier this morning. >> catherine: whole school came to moment of silence, even everybody around occurred 8:00 this morning, but not just the school community today mourning the loss of the officer. whole merrimack, new hampshire community as well and ashley guindon did attend merrimack high school here in 2005, member of the class of 2005, even though it was 11 years ago, principal that led moment of silence today, he was also her principal there at the time. ashley guindon is 28 years old. on friday she was sworn into the police department in prince william county, virginia and shot and killed responding to
the suspect's wife dead and two others critically injured. there was a moment of silence with these remarks. take a listen. >> yearbook she wrote, live for something rather than die for nothing. you know at merrimack high school we live by the motto believe, go forward and inspire. we believe that ashley not only embraced our motto, she personified it. >> catherine: tragically this isn't the first loss for ashley guindon's family. she made reference to her dad in heaven. air national guard staff david guindon took his own life after returning from iraq in 2004, and his daughter ashley graduated in 2005, so spring of the year actually guindon sixth member of class of 2005 to pass away. she will also be remembered during this year's graduation
balloon in remembrance of her. live in merrimack, new hampshire, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> julie: man accused of killing guindon is due in court. ronald hamilton is staff sergeant in the army. he killed his wife on saturday and then shot guindon and two other police officers who arrived at the scene. the other officers remain in the hospital. police say hamilton's 11-year-old son was home at the time of the shooting but he wasn't hurt. hamilton charged with capital murder and case for the death penalty. when hamilton appear in court we will alert you. up-to-the-minute breaking news while you're at work or on the go on the news app. >> daniel: 62-year-old denise robert was shot in the head in manchester in august while taking her evening walk. police tell the union leader that robert was specifically targeted in a drive-by shooting. a neighbor tells us she is still
feels safer knowing it wasn't random. >> area doesn't warrant for crazy things to happen so nice to know that it wasn't just a random act. be comforting for people that love to walk in the neighborhood and just enjoy the area. >> daniel: robert was local paper for 30 years. right now police are not saying why they believe robert was targeted. >> julie: brockton teenager is going back to school. last month 17-year-old zach was in his apartment when hit by a bullet. police say there was a shootout near the home and one of the bullets went through a wall. he was in critical condition for days. on friday he posted this message on facebook thanking everyone for the support he has gotten and said, he is going back to school today. >> daniel: local pilot recovering after crash at takeoff.
wind was to blame. state police happened to be doing helicopter training exercises at the time and hospital. he hurt his ribs and head but will be okay. daniel: plane at another cape cod airport had to land without its landing gear. see what left the single digit plane looked like after touchdown at the chatham airport saturday afternoon. the 71-year-old pilot was not hurt nor was the passenger. plane suffered minor damage. >> julie: group of local grocery store workers ready to walk off the job if contract agreement can't be reached. we have been following the story as negotiations developed all weekend. the ufc local 1445 voted sunday to authorize strike against stop & shop. the union says the company is looking to cut pay in benefits in new contract. the group says they will still go to work as show of good faith. >> right now working without a contract. if the company makes any kind of
willing to sit down and continue to talk to try to come to a good resolve of this contract. >> julie: stop & shop said they are offering pay and generous benefits and work with theune to reach an agreement. >> daniel: another local city hoping to help drug addicts with a champion plan. it is modeled after a similar plan in gloucester. they can go to police department to meet with specialist to help them get into a recovery program. >> julie: massachusetts rhode island border, they want to build a second gaming resort in tiverton, right over the border and assembly expected to vote on bill to put proposal on november ballot and guarantee tiverton at least $3 million a year in local aid. julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes.
through brighton and it is 9:40. usually we see this by 9:20 and finally a little bit of relieve heading eastbound on the pike. shiri? >> shiri: things looking good and feeling great and bump up today's high to 60 expecting a decent warm-up, great warm-up, feeling more like april. that's the forecast. i will show you when it comes with april showers next. >> daniel: first time in months hearing from prisoner north korea. coming up tearful plea for release and why he blames the u.s. for his arrest.
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after three surgeries. >> been angry over it and shaken my fist and why is this happening to me. >> daniel: convinced the contact lenses were the welcome mat. he has seen an alarming increase in number of infections and suspects too many patients too much time wearing lenses. >> eyes were not made to have foreign bodies in them all the time. >> daniel: stunning report in august on lens wearers and routines. >> very concerning that almost all the people we asked had at least one risky behavior. >> daniel: of those surveyed, 50% said they slept overnight in the contacts, 85% have showered in them, 35% rinses lenses in common tap water. >> when you expose contact lenses to water you're putting
>> daniel: bugs live everywhere, including chlorinated drinking water. no one is sure exactly how mccamum got infected and spoke before the final surgery. >> eaten through the entire eyeball. >> daniel: he lost his eye and wears a prosthetic and adjusting >> sara: >> daniel: change lens case every two months and dump and replace every night and don't sleep in contacts, closed eye could help act as an incubator and finally, keep the contacts away from water, parasites live in it. >> julie: take you up to
of state hillary clinton just took the stage and several stops in the state today leading up to super tuesday and she is being introduced right now. bernie sanders also making a stop in milton today. we will cover both events and bring you the latest tonight on fox25 news at five and six. >> julie: vermont will become first state through the legislature if they pass legalizing marijuana. if passed 21 and older will be able to possess ounce of marijuana. >> daniel: parking in boston is tough, but there are certain streets more likely to get a parking ticket compared to anyone else in the city. >> julie: >> daniel: which streets and
for to avoid a parking ticket. analyzing year's worth of data to find top ones with parking tickets. john monahan shows you why the spots are on the list and new tool that may help you avoid a ticket. opened allston-brighton area after slow conditions earlier that i was showing you. here are live drive times, 11 minutes on 24 from 106 to 128. 29 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. 15 minutes on the expressway have the braintree split to the exit for the pike. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. got to grab the sun glasses and umbrella, shiri, for what's to come. >> shiri: sunglasses but put them away. normal high 41 and because we
southwest, transporting so much heat along with the winds, pretty gusty and 40 miles per hour now in new bedford, 30 miles per hour about boston and vineyard and going to be breezy out there, very mild breeze which is bumping temperatures right now up to 51, so we are already 10 above our normal high for the day and still got hours of warm-up to go 51 beverly up to portsmouth to bedford, provincetown, plymouth at 53 . worcester at 45. here come the clouds though and also the showers up ahead of this cold front. this is going to be passing through quickly today and showers in and out and early afternoon and got mild breezy conditions staying put essentially all day long, and by noon time i'm expecting some of the showers on the approach toward worcester, fitchburg, manchester, new hampshire, and north shore here, so we will start to see widely scattered showers there, but it is never really coming through as
hit or miss showers, straight through about 4:00 this afternoon in and around the boston area and lasting 5:00 p.m. and you can see by 6:00 the chance is really from plymouth down to the southcoast, cape and islands for a couple of rain drops during the evening commute. rest of the area drying out, seeing the clouds break apart. temperaturewise today boston gets up to about 57, if not 60 . because those southwest winds tend to overachieve with the temperature and not surprised boston 60 and norwood at 61, plymouth 57, same in lawrence, 50 in worcester, 54 manchester, new hampshire, but tonight we have a cooldown coming in and tonight going to be 30s and 20s and wake up to the temperatures right here to get your day started tomorrow. tomorrow about 42 in boston which is completely normal for the first day of march. a little bit warmer norwood and framingham where we have temperatures in the upper 40s tomorrow. we will start mostly sunny, we will get some of the high, thin
course of the tuesday. let's watch that clock with future cast because overnight we get the little pink that pops up mostly southern new hampshire, out into say the northern worcester hills and slight chance a little bit of icy mix here, very, very early on wednesday, and by the time you wake up and get period of heavy rain focus across the morning and early afternoon and then we dry out. the tail end of this could bring us a couple late snowflakes here wednesday night. i'm going dry and much cooler thursday and friday with wake-up weather in the teens, highs close to freezing and highs will be back up to 40 after sunday snow showers. i do want to point out friday into saturday we are watching a storm system right now. looks like mostly miss. back to you. >> julie: there's a fight going on for your comfort in washington.
>> julie: joaquin guzman wants to be in median security prison and escaped from maximum security prison in mexico twice and recaptured last month. guzman wants deal because guards won't let him sleep. >> daniel: edward buyers junior will receive congressional medal of honor. he took part in mission to rescue a doctor captured by the taliban. buyers will be the eleventh living service member for actions in afghanistan. tearful apology from american
>> daniel: today student was apologized and asked to hold today's news conference. >> julie: company called off launch of falcon nine after two cancellations the last few weeks space x says on website the rocket is fine but not saying why the launch was scrubbed again. the rocket carries a satellite that would also bring internet and phone access to millions of people in asia. >> daniel: airlines may see you in pressure from congress to stop shrinking size of seats. senator chuck schumer introducing proposal to introduce minimum amount of leg room and seat with and average amount of leg room has decreased by four inches. the average seat is also two inches narrower and part of funding bill for the federal
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