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ted cruz. >> i'm not going to deny that i have had in differences with the republican -- >> why the former presidential candidate now says he's voting for trump. and the local fight over free speech coming to a head this morning. >> plus, things may not seem as dire as they seem. the silver lining regarding the patriots quarterback dilemma. >> complete new england news coverage stas this is fox 25 morning news. >> good saturday morning to you, thank you so much for waking up with fox 25 morning news 6 a.m. on saturday, september 4th, i'm heather hegedus. >> and i'm jason law. good to see you. >> great to be here. >> i really missed you guys. >> a long summer without you. >> feels like i never even left. >> you were gone for good reason and we'll have more on that coming up in a bit. if you look, the first look of the season. let's get over to jason brewer
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bringing back the fall temperatures. a quick batch of rain, boi 035 inch of rain. more on those rain totals coming up. there goes our cold front down to the south now. clearing skies from the north to the south throughout the day today. temperatures, we're starting things out in the 50s. but not going to warm up, more than five or ten degrees from where there are noontime temperatures. low to mid 60s and hitting high 60s. more on the chilly nights straight ahead. >> jason: we'll begin with breaking news from west coast this morning. where police right now are searching for the gunman inside of a washington state shopping mall. >> and that gunfire interrupting a macy's store about an hour north of seattle. police say a man with a rifle entered that store around 7:00
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shooting. witnesses say chaos ensued as customers ran for their lives. authorities released this photo right here that they believe is the shooter. they do believe he acted alone and took off on the highway afterwards. now police are warning, he is armed and dangerous and people in that area this morning should be on high alert. >> we are still actively looking for the shooter. again, caution people, stay indoors, day secure. if you see something, say something. in your houses until we can get this guy caught. >> heather: as we mentioned, again, four women were killed and at least one man in critical condition. all survivors bussed to a nearby church to wait for their families. police right now sweeping that area but they say they have few leads. the fbi and seattle reviewing intelligence to see if additional attacks may be plan.
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most popular walking trails, she was walking on jamaica pond when a man reached out and grabbed her. she was not alone but walking with a friend. people in that area, say they're surprised it's a well lit area and it's considered to be safe. >> i was thinking about that running around, no, it's perfectly safe. >> jason: boston police are stepping up patrols in that area and asking anyone to report any past incidents. >> chelsea for double stabbing students. police say the two victims are in serious condition this morning. they're looking for a man, approximately 20 years old with short spiked hair. at this time, police believe he may not have acted alone. >> heather: this morning, stoughton police are still searching for a man who shot a teenager inside a cvs. officers say he shot an 18-year-old at the register checks out yesterday afternoon.
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already arrested and charged with conspiracy and assault with intent to kill. but the search for luiz continues. his neighbors say detectives have come to their doors. >> it's a little scary, knowing someone that brazen would do somebody in public in a cvs store is living in our same neighborhood. >> heather: a source confirmed for us, one of the teens arrested is a relative of the shooter. >> jason: another night, another round of hundreds took to the streets in peaceful demonstrations carrying signs and marching. this was the fourth night of protest after an african american man was shot and killed by an african american police officer earlier this week. we have new look at a video of from the wife of the man that was killed. we have to warn you that parts of the video is disturbing. >> don't let them break the windows come on out of the car. >> jason: new video by lawyers from the scott family show the
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involved shooting. >> he doesn't have a gun. he have a pbi. he's not going to do anything to you guys. he just took his medicine. >> video recorded by scott's wife, doesn't show if scott had a gun. police source says a loaded gun recovered from the scene with scott's fingerprints. protesters are calling for the release of two other videos recorded by police. one by body camera another dash camera. they do not paint a clear picture of what happened. >> it is inconclusive. i think all three videos have obscured or blurred or just not precise enough view of what was actually going on. >> reporter: scott's family watched the videos as well. their lawyer wants the videos released to the public now. >> it shows a confused man, befuddled, truly scared, stepping back from what he
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briefly shut down a highway last night but police were able to get them out of the way. the mayor ordered a curfew in charlotte from midnight until 6:00 in the morning. a tulsa police officer accused of shooting and killing an unarmed black man has been released on bail. prosecutors say shelby acted unreasonably in the death of terrence crutcher. shelby shot and killed crutcher as he walked toward his suv with his arms raised last week. if convicted faces at least four years in prison. funeral services will be held later this morning. >> heather: ted cruz, who was once donald trump's bitter rival. is finally throwing his support behind the republican presidential nominee. he announced his endorsement through a facebook post and following up with an attack on hillary clinton. >> i'm not going to deny that i've had some differences with
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absolutely certain which is that hillary clinton is a train wreck. >> cruz says he is keeping the promise he made a year ago to support whatever candidate got the nomination and says he's totally committed to defeating clinton. >> jason: plastered with donald trump signs and his city is not too happy about it. been ordered to take those signs down. >> be holding a rally later today over what he calls a free speech issue, jessica. >> reporter: right, heather. yeah, look behind me, pretty much cornered with the donald trump signs. and where he lives is right along route 1 here in haverhill. a very busy road. thousands do drive by here and see this every single day. the town has been threatening to fine him if he does not remove the signs but today people are meeting here for a rally for
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free speech. the home own other's name is richard hurley. the campaign sign can't exceed appear max of 32 feet. the city inspector threatened to fine him $300 for every day he keeps the signs up here. our crews spoke with him earlier this month and he says he plans to continue to fight the ordinance because in his words, it impedes on his first amendment rights. his story has gotten national attention at this point. he says come forward offering to represent him pro bon no. a facebook page created for today's rally and many people are expected to show up and support richard. he say he's welcome support of any candidate, because he say it's really not about donald trump but more about free speech and his first amendment rights. we'll be speaking with him once he gets up. and once this rally gets going we'll be speaking with people
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25 news. >> heather: in the meantime, senator elizabeth warren swinging through new hampshire campaigning for hillary clinton. warren will be in manchester at 10:00 and campus kick off event. headlining an event later at unh in the afternoon. vice-presidential hopeful mike pence is also headed to the granite state. he'll be joining a rally at milford town auditorium. hours before the debate this monday. the indiana governor first trip to the state huge crowd in manchester. when trump and clinton face off in their debate on monday, fox 25 will be there, you can watch it beginning at 9:00 p.m. and fox 25 political reporter, sharman sacchetti will be in new york for us. you can catch her live reports before and after the debate this coming monday. >> jason: there was a time, not that long ago, when the american league east was a tight race, within a game. but that was before the sox went on a tear ripping off nine straight wins, they'll be going
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last night, david ortiz clubbed the two run moon shot off chris, gave all the runs they needed last night. the magic numbers down to four with 8 regular season games to go. butch stearns will have more on the sox charge to the playoffs coming up in morning sports. more on the quarterback dilemma as well here in foxboro. sources tell fox 25 that the injury to jacoby brissett's thumb is not he injured that thumb in the game against houston. butch will run through their options in about 45 minutes. >> heather: thousands of dollars of equipment stolen from a local company. the ploy the owner used to bait
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where police are searching for the gunman who killed four women inside a shopping mall. that gunfire erupted in a macy's store. outside of seattle. a man with a rifle entered that store around 7:00 west coast time and started shooting. authorities released a photo of the man they believe is the shooter and they do believe this man acted alone and took off in a car towards the highway. still on the run at this hour. investigators are sweeping neighborhoods in the area but they admit they we're going to keep checking up on this story for you and keep it right here for the very latest. >> jason: for the first time, we're learning about the chilling conversation between the orlando nightclub shooter and the crisis negotiator, a conversation that included a message about the boston marathon bombers. 49 people died in omar mateen started shooting in the nightclub in june of later in
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he criticized air strikes in the middle east while praising the dzhokhar tsarnaev brothers here in boston. quote, my home boy, contaminateler man saranyway yef did -- >> it sounds like a islamic prayer, he's claiming allegiance. >> jason: investigators b the leader of islamic state, isis. only the transcript between mat scene and police were released not the actual calls themselves. >> heather: opoid overdose, you can happen where you least expect them to, even at a public library. reporting on the heroin epidemic mick and the people addicted to it since the crisis began. fox 25 blair miller shows us a
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dirty needles left behind in the most public of places. >> reporter: along this stretch of boylston, we found bernice, she's been here for years. >> don't know what's going to happen to you. >> reporter: a result of her one time addiction to heroin. her stories like so many sorries and she remembers discarding needles wherever she could. >> reporter: why the library? >> just because it's there, i guess. >> reporter: it's easy. >> it's easy, yeah. >> reporter: the library well aware of it too, they tell me they find a needle at the library at least once a week. which is now the staff has now boxes inside the library and all city libraries to collect needles in and around the building. they also offer signs for
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who overdoses. >> i think libraries are definitely places where the staff that work in the libraries are aware of the what's happening in the community. >> reporter: frequent library visitors like randal her man, a sign of how serious this opoid library is. >> you have to look at where they frequent. their main areas, side streets, back of buildings, back of highways, and restaurants. >> reporter: bernice knows all too because if you don't want to stop, u not going to stop. >> reporter: blair miller, fox 25 news. >> heather: the copenhagen beer celebration is coming to the u.s. for the first time. that will showcase more than 100 craft beers from all around the world. and also will feature live music. the beer festival takes place of the boston calling music festival music concert.
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>> jason: heather we're so happy to be back. you've been gone for the past three months taking care of brooks. >> heather: i know, i'ven e had some bonding with my baby boy. he just turned three months yesterday. >> jason brewer: watching the breaking news. >> heather: watching vanessa and mark last night. i got to start him early, right? >> jason brewer: he looks like he's set up for pats with that big old for a patriots game. >> jason: but he's doing good, though, right. >> heather: he's doing great. he's a happy baby. i'm lucky, some babies are stuff. i got lucky. say to my husband, i'm full of drama, high maintenance, i got a low key. >> jason brewer: he's a happy guy. happy to hang out. welcome back, it's good to have you back. >> heather: i missed you guys a lot. i missed you, but watched a lot. talk about the fall weather
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back with you. might want to break out the long sleeves for a change. low 80s for a couple of days. this front did bring us some rain. two thirds of an inch by the way in beverly. lawrence almost a half inch and bedford checked in at .4, plymouth a little bit less, certainly needed not a drought buster but we'll take it. watching a few showers left over on the south coast. buzzards bay, not quite ready to do so. over 20 the vineyard, watch for a passing left over light shower. there's the clearing line right on the pike right now. 8:00 in the morning, on the south shore. by 10:00 in the morning, i've got it toward cape cod. the clouds will linger longer to the south. but already clearing to the north. and you see the temperatures in the mid and upper 50s right now. we're only going to get in the middle and lower 60s in most of
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county, will see upper 60s as you get to the lowell let vacations right around say, lawrence and upper 60s in natick today, will hit the upper 60s in boston too. but only the mid and upper 60s on cape cod today where clouds linger a little longer. we do have frost advisory for northwestern mass. not in our viewing area, but just a sign that we're getting colder and going to be chili waking up tomorrow morning, and temperatures i thirpts in the colder pockets upper 40s in boston. seven-day forecast gets even colder on monday morning. i think that's the coldest morning of the 7 day with frost advisories in a greater fashion. there's your weekend view plenty of sunshine coming through. on tuesday it all changes again. with a big rainmaker on the way. more on that in the next half hour. >> jason: 6:20. unhealthy levels of lead found in schools across the area.
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>> jason: the pennsylvania school district shaming kids for not bringing lunch, says that's not the case at all. stacy says she had to take away a hot lunch from two students because of a program to track down on bills. one student had tears in his eyes when she gave him a cold sandwich instead. the story posted online and it went viral. but the school says -- >> she's been telling this story on facebook and television stations? it is quite unfortunate. >> why would i make this up? i'm not a irlook and i don't lie. and i don't appreciate this attack on my character. they're making themselves look even worse. >> jason: as for the student that had the workers claims had tears in his eye, the worker says his account had been paid up. he got a hot lunch any way that day. >> heather: it can be tough for a tv reporter, especially with
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>> jason: never goes well. >> heather: the reporter was at the zoo talking about a weekend event. >> man that's a lot of slobber. >> wow. >> he's a newsler. >> heather: she's at the san diego zoo. she came face-to-face with a very friendly giraffe. obviously he took a real liking to her. then you can see the anchors in the studio are cracking up, having a hard time keeping it together after that. but it looks like they made a best friend for life. >> jason: that's not the worse a live shot with animal that's not that bad at all. >> heather: i actually did one with a ferret and it was climbing in my hair live on television. >> jason: i love the great pumpkin, getting to that time now, it's halloween. a illinois 6th grader proves she may be the best pumpkin ever. she grew a monster pumpkin in the backyard. it's been growing since april.
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this weekend. that pumpkin isn't the biggest one on the property. the dad's giant pumpkin 15 pounds. they're a family full of giant pumpkin growers. charlie brown special on tv. brooks will be watching those soon. >> yes, he will. >> 1500 pounds. sprinkle that in your coffee. >> pumpkin pie you can make that with that. >> jason brewer: i love it too. we're off to a fall start to the there goes the front. the rain is out of here. i'll track the last of that. and i'll tell you how chilly it will be in the am nights. straight ahead. >> jason: coming up the religious faithful turned out to sea. >> heather: and we continue to follow the breaking news on the coast where police are still searching for the gunman who killed four women inside a washington shopping mall. the gunfire erupted in the macy's store in the city of burlington.
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with a rifle entered that store around 7:00 last night west coast time. that gunman started shooting. and authorities now released a photo of a man on the loose. they believe this man acted alone. he took off in a car toward the highway. last seen there. they're continuing to comb the area for this man.
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this is fox 25 morning news. >> heather: good morning to you. as we take a live look at the city of boston. look at that. beautiful out there. but you can see a little gray in the sky there. overnight rain, you're going to wake up this morning to slick roads and grass. but the big story this morning is the fall like temperatures. >> jason: yeah, and the rain out there. we woke up this morning -- i didn't wake me up, my car was soaking wet, oh, rained. >> heather: wet leaves. so the leaves are starting to fall. i'm heather hegedus. >> jason: i'm jason law. we need that rain. let'ss to it over to jason brewer right now to talk about more about the fall forecast. >> jason brewer: yeah, the rain is just about out of here. i'm tracking the very last of the light showers toward the south coast around the vineyard toward woods hole a quick passing shower early this morning otherwise we're in the 50s to the start the day. we just don't warm up more than
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are now. noontime, lower middle 60s most spots and then hitting the high temperatures in the mid and upper 60s. a few spots to the south getting near 70 but that's about it today. so a real fall feel. check this out. frost advisories for northwestern mass. up for sunday morning. a greater concern for chillier temperatures coming up on sunday night. i've got more on that straight ahead. >> jason: we begin with breaking news on the west coast. police still searching inside a shopping small. >> heather: inside of a macy's store north of burlington, a man with a rifle entered that store around 7:00 last night, we're talking west coast time and that man started shooting. chaos ensued, witnesses say, as customers started running for their lives. this is the man who they say is the shooter. this is man they're looking for this morning. they do believe this man acted
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this morning, police continue to look for him. they are warning, he is armed and dangerous and people in that area should be on high alert. >> we are still actively looking for the shooter. again, caution people, stay indoors. stay secure. if you see something, say something. but definitely stay locked down in your houses until we can get this guy caught. >> heather: just to recap again, four women killed. at least one man in critical condition. and survivors had to be bussed to a their families. police are still sweeping neighborhoods in that area. but right now they say they have few leads. the fbi office in seattle is also on the scene there. they're reviewing intelligence to see if additional attacks could be planned. >> jason: this morning, police are searching for a man assaulting a woman on one of boston's most popular walking trails. the woman says she was walking on the trail when a man reached out and grabbed her.
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area and asking people to report any past incidents. chelsea police looking for a suspect this morning in a double stabbing of two high school students. sky fox was over the scene at everett and maple street yesterday afternoon. police say the two victims in serious condition this morning and looking for a man approximately 20 years old with short spiked air and at this time, police believe he may not have acted alone. >> 6:33 and a hanover firefighter is fighting for his life after a freak accident that happened at his home. greg hauz branch when he fell 20 feet off of a ladder last weekend. now he's on a ventilaor and is in critical condition. his fellow hanover firefighters are rallying behind the 33-year-old who has only been on the job about two and a half years. >> it's been very hard on the guys. you know, it's hard enough that it happens and it happened to one of our own. but it brings it to another level when it's your guys going to the accident.
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>> heather: now the hanover fire department is planning on holding a fund-raiser for the family. that is happening today. and all of the proceeds from that fund-raiser will go toward his medical bills. to learn more about how you can help, go to our website fox25boston.com. >> jason: we have an update on a missing man in plymouth. has been found safe. david lane got separated from his wife while shopping yesterday missing for hours before he was finally found. no word on where but police say he is okay this morning. >> heather: only on fox 25, police in canton are searching for a greedy thief caught on camera stealing thousands of dollars worth of tools from a local landscaping business. check out the surveillance video which shows the man crouching down and shielding his face right there as he snatches a saw from a canton truck. that saw wasn't even worth that much money. it had actually been left there to try to lure the criminal
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after $2,000 worth of saws and a blower were stolen. the, owner says he thought of the idea hoping the thief would return. and as you see, he did. >> i'm closing up, alone. so i just have an idea to clean out my best broken saw and place it in a spot where we could get a better video of the thief, should he come back. >> heather: great idea. it worked. that business owner is sharing the video on social media now, hoping that someone recognizes this man and calls police. >> jason: al le---ings of racism at pinker ton academy in new hampshire could have students facing disciplinary action this weekend. shows teens in black face draped in confederate flags. some say it was part of spirit
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paint is part of the tradition. >> that's not hurting anybody at all. we had face on our face every day. >> heather: all of our junior and varsity football games cancelled this weekend and it's the parents to blame. friday and saturday night games, citing inappropriate behavior at a parent sponsored gathering for players. the superintendent wouldn't say but says police are not involved. plymouth had been scheduled to play hanover both nights. and a field trip for a group of new hampshire sixth graders was cut short after bed bugs were found at that camp site they were attending. more than 100 sixth graders came from witch fooeld new hampshire to nature's classroom in charlton for a four day environmental camp. the facility found bed bugs in six of the rooms there.
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the kids home early. the school told the union leader they've been doing the trips for years and the first time they had issues. >> jason: thousands of catholic faithful lining up for hours, hoping to catch a glimpse of a religious relic. last scene in the south end, the first time the relic of an italian saint has left italy. padre pinot was can nonized by pope john paul. many him. >> anything a saint touches is considered a relic. that relic we look to as a sign of the saint's presence to us, as we pray to the sapt. still to come, boston police aren't the only ones on board with body cameras. >> that's right. coming up at 7:00, the plan by the mbta by police to make his officers wear the same equipment. >> jason: plus a softer sign to
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gangster wrote to his son that will be sold at a local auction next week.
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>> heather: we continue to follow the breaking news out of washington state this morning. where in cnn is now reporting a fifth person died in that mall shooting. that gunfire erupted inside of a
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seattle. this man you're looking at right here entered the store around 7:00 west coast time with a rifle and began shooting. police believe that man acted alone and took off in a car toward the highway. that's the last he was seen. investigators sweeping neighborhoods in that area looking for him. again, just within the last few minutes, cnn just into our newsroom reporting that a fifth victim has now died as a result of this mall shooting. keep it right here for the latest, we'll keep you posted all morning long. >> j saturday. a museum may be opening its doors, but may be a long time before you get a ticket. tickets are free but sold out the next few months. it includes items like michael jordan's jersey and chris cadillac. african american history from slavery to present day. john lewis secured the funding for the museum in congress. >> i don't know what i'm going to do when it's open. i'm probably going to cry. it's probably going to be a
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the museum is pretty high. ticket scalpers selling the free passes into the museum for more than $100 a ticket. >> heather: a rare notorious look at gangster al capone heading to the auction block all happening in cambridge. the three page letter from capone to his son will be auctioned off next week. in it, capone shows a softer side. even signing love and kisses writing your dear dad, number 85, which was his number at alcatraz. that letter expected to bring in $50,000. wow >> still to come on fox 25 morning news, a special tribute to a fallen boston firefighter, is attracting military members all across the country today. we'll tell you what be doing on castle island in his honor. >> jason: first, lead levels showing up in schools.
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>> jason: after the crisis in flint, michigan, many schools in massachusetts are testing their water fountains for leads. so far they've come back with higher than normal levels. early this week, we took a tour of boston schools to find out what the city is doing to protect your kids. it's now an early ritual. every day before students arrive at the boston arts academy, a worker runs the fountains for 120 seconds. it's call flushed, and now standard operating procedure at all boston public schools. >> that is the best way to get the lead out of the water. >> reporter: boston school superintendent tommy change says when they're not flushing, they're testing and some of the results not good.
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elevated lead levels in ten schools of those waters slut off and bottled water shipped in. the problem is not limited to boston. >> it's an old building. we all knew that. so i don't think it surprised me terribly much. >> reporter: dina's child is in natick school district, where high levels of copper and lead in schools. they replaced many of the fountains they now flush two to five minutes every day. >> from the crisis in flint, we've heard a l health affects of lead. >> reporter: becky smith with clean water action, an advocacy group pushing for schools to test more. a $6 test can tell you all you need to know. >> lead is a toxic legacy we've into our buildings it's really unfortunate, but it's avoidable. >> that's why we did this initiative to get more testing. >> reporter: martin is at the environmental of environmental protection. earlier this year, governor
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educate and test schools across the state. >> i think $2 million will get us a long way. i think certainly for the schools we're dealing with. >> reporter: we went along with the inspectors as they took samples from a hot elementary school. one of 170 school districts participating in the program. more than 930 schools being tested across the state. it's a small traction of 7,000 schools in massachusetts. >> there's nothing that substitutes for sampling. the more know how your school is doing. >> jason: critics like becky smith believe it's not enough. and limited testing gives people a false sense of security. >> this is going to have a lot of zeros in it, as far as big price tag to remove all of the lead pipes. >> jason: the state will continue testing into the fall. dep already posted results online. we have a link to that on our website, fox25boston.com. >> heather: very important
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if you have sleeves, long pants, jeans, you got to dig them out this weekend. >> jason brewer: if you haven't already. >> heather: for the morning, any way, but then it will warm up. >> jason brewer: yeah, we'll have sun coming occupant. be in the 60s, which will be fresh. we've been above that for so many days it will feel different. tomorrow night when you get started on fox 25 morning news, i'm going to be tracking a few spots in the 30s. so i think by tomorrow morning, we'll probably need our jeans so right now i'm tracking the last of those spotty showers. and they're making their way away from the the vineyard, the south coast, just a couple of hung up showers here around a horse neck, little compton and that's about it. let me show you some of the rain totals, though, as we zoom up here to peabody and lynn and wakefield. look at this, about two thirds to nearly an inch of rain sometimed on doppler radar and
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and back here near gardner and pepperell and southern new hampshire right around .50 inch of rain, much needed for sure. temperatures right now, in the 50s not too chilly and it will be in the 60s this an. only about five or 10 degrees warmer from where we stand right now. not a wide swing in temperatures because we'll have cool air coming in from the north all day long. we'll see chelmsford and woburn and foxboro today. new bedford getting up close to 70. we'll keep it in the middle 60s there around marshfield with that cool air coming in off of the north off of the ocean. and we'll see mid 60s on most of cape cod and the vineyard and nantucket today. now, let's turn our attention to the chilly night. we do have a frost advisory. this is west into franklin county.
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hampshire that's where we're concerned about frost tonight. not so much here in our area. but you get the idea, there's a northwesterly wind about 5 miles per hour. the wind lying areas is coldest tonight. upper 40s in the city. with a little breeze coming through, it's going to feel more like the lower 40s. jackets in the morning for sure. keen, orange, middle attleboro, upper 30s, that's some of the spots, that you could see a little patchy fros lisa and carl out there. i want to show you this quickly. karl is on top of bermuda making its way eastward. that's helping to draw a breezy north wind right down into new england a bringing the cool air down along with the front. then we turn our attention to the big storm out here in the rockies. got snow in the high elevations in utah and colorado. that storm is heading our way
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it clear out? it could stay unsettled through the end of the week. we'll be watching that closely. right now we're just looking at a cool and sunny weekend. >> jason: one local town this morning, way land police say they've had reports of several coyote encounters from walking dogs in the herns farm area. we're told to make sure their pets are safe and not any food out to attract the animals. >> island where tens of thousands signed a petition to save a coyote they named him cliff and people have been feeding him. town officials want him put down because they say he could be attack. a local mom concerned about a sex offender lives right near her child's bus stop. >> the school days he's been out nine times this year. >> jason: coming up the answers he gave us when we knocked on
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for a full 30 days. good boy! go for the gold. >> reporter: tonight at 6:10 in st. pete rick porcello takes the mound against tampa looking for 22nd win of the year and the red sox will be looking for their 10th win in a row. the sox are surging right now. friday night david ortiz with
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only runs the sox got and the only ones they needed. gave up a solo home run. that was it. four strike outs for pomeranz for the third win. brad zeigler shuts the door. 2-1 the sox. won nine in a row looking for ten in row with porcello on the mound tonight at 10:00. jacoby brissett not as serious as reported. he the third quarter sunday night against the texans. patriots have 10 days before their next game. sunday october 2nd when the buffalo bills come to gillette. brissett or garoppolo could be ready by that time. it's likely the patriots bring in another quarterback by the end of early next week. after 21 years, kevin is retiring from the nba. good luck, kevin. this past week in westwood.
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sports. and a local mom is thanking a group of athletes for their amazing show of sportsman ship. aidan runs on the cross-country team and he also has ought tip. on the last leg of his race in braintree this week. a group of braintree athletes joined aidan and cheered him on as he crossed the finish line right there. nancy says their kind nice and maturity will carry those athletes far in life. just this week, we saw a soccer team let a boy with downs syndrome score a couple of goals -- i think it was a saugus player in salem. >> jason: yeah, it was a football team. >> heather: great to see that. >> jason: we continue to watch breaking news, we learned a fifth person died in the mall shooting there. we'll hear from a witness of the chaos there, that ensued when bullets started flying through a macy's store. >> jason brewer: the morning clouds hanging around in spots.
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sun and cool fall temperatures straight ahead. >> heather: and families forced to wait for years to wait for answers about loved ones long after they died. >> if you wake up, go to sleep, that's all you think about. >> heather: coming up. fox 25 investigates digs for
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. right now on fox 25 morning news, i'm tracking the fall temperatures behind this front and where frost can be a concern this weekend. >> following breaking news overnight out of washington state where the death toll from a mall shooting continues to rise. >> the most chaotic i've seen. i'm shocked. >> this morning, the gunman remains on the run of the desperate search for that suspect that has an entire community in lock down. >> plus, a change of heart from ted cruz. i'm not going to some differences -- >> an entire community on lock down. >> why the former presidential candidate now says he's voting for donald trump. and the local fight over free speech coming to a head this morning. >> jason: plus things may not be as dire as they seem. the silver lining regarding the patriots quarterback dilemma. >> complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is fox 25 morning news.
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thanks for waking up with fox 25 morning news. it's 7:00 a.m. on september 24th, i'm heather hegedus. >> jason: and i'm jason law. good morning, we've had some rain overnight. but the big story, the cool fall temperatures. we'll check in with jason brewer and he's in the storm tracker weather center. >> good morning, i'm going to have a quick rain totals recap coming up. but there goes the front, taking all of the rain with it. temperatures in the 50s as we start the day. to warm up too much today. look at these numbers here's noontime. 63 bedford. boston, 64 norwood. only the upper 50s in worcester. and as we hit the high temperatures in the upper 60s today, that's going to about do it. we'll have increasing sun throughout the day as well. on sunday morning, we could be waking up to frost in northwestern mass. it's going to be a chilly fall weekend especially at night. much more on when frost can be a
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>> jason: we begin with breaking news on the west coast where police are still searching for the gunman who killed five people inside of the washington state shopping mall. the death toll just rising in the last 20 minutes. >> heather: it happened north of seattle. the man entered the store around 7:00 west coast time and started shooting. witnesses say it was complete chaos as customers there ran for their lives. police saying this man is the shooter. they say he remains at large still. they say this man is armed and dangerous and people in that area should remain on high alert. we'll bring you any new developments as they come in this morning. >> jason: back here at home, police are searching for a man who assaulted a woman on one of boston's most popular walking trail. the victim told police she was walking near jamaica pond thursday night when a man
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she wasn't alone she was walking with a friend. people who live in that area say they're surprised they say it's well lit and for the most part considered a safe place to be. >> so scary. i was just thinking about that, actually, running around. nah, it's perfectly safe. >> jason: boston police stepped up patrols in that area and asking people to report anything suspicious. chelsea police also searching for a suspect this morning in a double stabbing of two high school students. sky fox over the scene at everett and maple street yesterday afternoon. police say the two morning. they're looking for a man approximately 20 years old with short spiked air and at this time, police believe he may not have acted alone. >> heather: this morning, milton police are still searching for a man who they say shot a teenager inside a cvs store. this is the man they're looking for. marcus pierre louise. he shot an 18-year-old who was at the register who was checking out yesterday afternoon of a 15-year-old and 16-year-old
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intent to kill. but right now the search for louise continues. his neighbor tells fox 25, detectives have come to their doors. >> little scary. knowing that somebody that brazen who would do something in public in a cvs store is living in our same neighborhood. >> heather: a source has confirmed for fox 25, one of the teens who was arrested is a relative of the shooter. >> jason: another night, another round of protests in charlotte. hundreds took to the peaceful demonstrations carrying signs and marching in the streets. this was the fourth night of protests after an african american man was shot and killed by an african american police officer earlier this week. and this morning, we have a new look of that incident from the cell phone video of the wife of the man who was killed. we have to warn you that parts of the video are disturbing. >> please don't let them break the windows. come on out of the car. >> reporter: new video released
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shooting. >> he doesn't have a gun. he has a tbi. he's not going to do anything to you guys he just took his medicine. >> reporter: video recorded by scott's wife doesn't show if scott has a gun. a loaded gun was recovered from the scene with scott's finger print. protesters are calling for the release of two other videos recorded by police. police have one video from another officer's body camera, another from a dashboard camera. the videos taken together do not paint a clear picture of what happened. >> it is inconclusive. i think all three videos have obscured or blurred or just not precise enough view of what was actually going on. >> scott's family watched the videos as well. their lawyer wants the images released to the public right now. >> it shows a confused man who is befuddled, truly scared, who is stepping back away from what
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>> jason: protesters did briefly shut down a highway in charlotte but police quickly able to get them out of the way. the mayor ordered a curfew to run from midnight until 6:00 a.m. >> heather: here at home the head of the mbta police wants his officers to wear body cameras. superintendent richard sullivan says the camera would increase security and accountability. something transit police, though, say they would need to discuss with the union involved first. but sullivan says they have a sullivan wants to equip trains with video cameras and would start with the red line since right now in the process of adding red line car systems to the system any way. >> jason: the latest in new york and new jersey terror investigation. this morning, we're getting a look at new surveillance videos of suspects or suspect. investigators say the videos ahman khan rahami planting a pressure cooker bomb on the streets of new york city.
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he the father did call the fbi about his rad dicklizesation. he says it his percent changed dramatically after a trip to afghanistan and pakistan. >> heather: trump is throwing his support behind the presidential nominee. cruz announced his endorsement through a facebook post yesterday afternoon and followed up with an attack on hillary clinton. >> i'm not going to continue that i have had some differences with the buff i could also tell you that what i'm absolutely certain, which is that hillary clinton is a train wreck. >> heather: cruz says he's keeping the promise he made a year ago, whichever republican nominee got the support from the republican side and totally committed to defeating hillary clinton. >> jason: a man's front yard plastered with donald trump signs of every sizes city not too happy about it this morning. he's been ordered 20 take those
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live in haverhill this morning, where that man is holding a rally and he says, jessica, this is a free speech issue. >> right, heather. you can see the guy's lawn covered in donald trump signs now that it's lighter here. he lives along route 1 in haverhill. that's a busy road here. thousands of people drive by and see these every single day. the town threatening to fine him if he doesn't take them down. today people are meeting for a rall right to free speech. richard hurley is the owner. political campaign signs cannot exceed a max of 32 feet. obviously those on his line go far beyond that. they has threatened to fine him. we did speak with richard earlier this month. he plans to keep on fighting this ordinance because he says it impedes on first amendment rights. his story as we've reported in
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national attention. he's had several lawyers come forward to represent him pro bon no. a page created for today's rally and a income of people expected to show up and support him. he says he's welcoming support of any candidate, not about donald trump but more about his rights to free speech. when he wakes up we'll be speaking with him. when the rally comes up. once people get here, we'll be talking with him and get the thoughts on this. but for now, i'm jessica reyes, fox 25 news. >> heather: this as elizabeth warren swinging through new hampshire campaigning for clinton. warren in nashua at 10:00 before head to go manchester for a canvas kick off event. headlining an event after that at unh in the neighborhood. republican vice-presidential hopeful mike pence will be heading to the granite state. at milford auditorium hours before the debate on monday.
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august to new hampshire was drew quite a big crowning. when hillary clinton and donald trump have their debate, fox 25 will be there, starting monday. sharman sacchetti will be there in new york for us. live reports before and after the debate this coming monday. >> jason: there was a time, just a few weeks ago, when the american league east was a tight race. but that was before the sox went on an absolute tear, ripping off nine straight wins. they're going for number 10 10 straight. last night david ortiz shot the two run moon shot. and gave them all of the runs this he needed. their number down to four now with 8 regular season games left to go. more on the morning sports report from butch stearns and more on the quarterback dilemma in foxboro. sources told fox 25 that the injury to jacoby brissett's thumb is not as serious as
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that's good news. brissett injured that thumb sometime in the game against texans. butch will run through their options in about 40 minutes. >> heather: thousands of dollars worth of equipment stolen from a local business. coming up the ploy used to lure that thief back to the scene of the crime. >> jason: a local mom is worried about a sex offender who lives right next to her child's school bus stop. what the mom and what offender had to say to us. >> jason brewer: we're feeling a little cooler in a lot of spots compared to yesterday.
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kelly ayotte voted to block consumers from buying safe medicines from canada. and voted against lower cost generic drugs. kelly ayotte gets all that money from the big drug industry. hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions. when you take all that money it just changes you. kelly ayotte's not working for us. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. it is news out of washington state where police are searching for the gunman who killed five people outside of a shopping mall last night. four women and a man. an hour north of seattle. a man with a rifle entered that store 7:00 west coast time. they believe he did act alone and in a car towards the highway. the very latest as soon as we learn more.
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daughter's bus stop is too close to the level 3 sex offender. when that mother went to the school with her concern, they told her there's not much they can do. fox 25 spoke with that mother and with the neighbor she's worried about. >> reporter: it might seem odd to know exactly how many times a neighbor has been outside in his yard this fall. what if that neighbor is a registered level 3 sex offender in in massachusetts, level 3 most likely to reoffend. >> out of the total of 12 school days, he's been out nine times this year. >> reporter: the school bus stop where her daughters get picked up and dropped off is at the end of the street the family lives off. one home down from steven reynolds. in the early 90s, reynolds served prison time for indecent assault and battery on a child under the age of 14. >> i can't tell somebody they can't come outside.
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amount of time. i feel that it's an issue. >> she's saying you come outside every time the kids are getting on and off the bus. >> how can i do that when imworking? >> reynolds agreed to speak with us, when we knocked on his door. if he's outside, he says, it's only to do yard work or watch the birds. >> they're overreacting because they cannot get past your registered sex offender. >> when allison first complained last school year, school ad route allowing allison's girls to get on the opposite right of reynolds home. allison said, it's still too close for comfort and wants the girls to drop her girls off. >> one cul-de-sac, no other stops on the cul-de-sac. it's very simple. >> reporter: reporting in middleboro, i'm ted daniel, fox 25 news.
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bus stop have been in place there since 1991 and tells us aside from that complaint, he doesn't know of any other incidents that you can see right there. >> jason: jason brewer is here and you've been using the f word all morning long. >> heather: fall, hey. >> jason brewer: no, frost. with fall comes frost and we're there already. >> heather: but fall means apple picking corn mazes. >> jason brewer: yeah. >> heather: it's not a bad still, if i have to scraping my window already, i'm going to be -- i'm being dramatic, i know. >> jason brewer: i'm not concerned about scraping the windshield, at least in the city. if you live in the low lying wind sheltered spots, not so much tonight, tomorrow night, that's when you might have the scraper or make sure the car heater works. >> jason: mine is ready. >> heather: get the windshield fluid ready to go for you.
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boston and west food. 82 in fitchburg. we did have the front come through later than what i showed you yesterday on fox 25 morning news. but nevertheless. it comes through with some good rain that we needed. beverly had two thirds an inch of rain. lawrence, bedford, nashua, all a third to almost a half. boston checked in with a third inch of rain. now the rain is out of here. no more of that to track. those radar returns that you're seeing are actually the bird flights. detected by the radar on the sunrise hour. temperatures in the 50s as we're starting the day. not too chilly, not going to warm up that much. we're only going to add five to ten degrees where we stand right now. lower to middle 60s around worcester, auburn and spencer and we're headed for the upper 60s in ipswich and beverly today. we'll see upper 60s in chelmsford and woburn and dedham. close to 60s in a few spots, middleboro and new bedford,
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chatham and nantucket with clouds lingering a little longer as you go southward. let me show you the dew point forecast. so right now we're sitting in the lower 50s in most spots so it feels comfortable but still a little bit humid because of the temperature and the dew point are close. now if as that number in increws -- increases today, temperatures in the 30s. the throw and middle 30s. that's telling me air the dry enough to cool down in several locations. see that out to west, orange, even norwood could dip into upper 30s tonight. seven-day forecast, monday stays dry, tuesday, a big rainmaker looks to be on the way. more on that in the next half hour. >> heather: all right. should be dry for the afternoon. and happening today, military men and women across the country
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highland. it's a run honoring marine veteran michael kennedy the boston firefighter who died in the back bay fire back in 2014. now the mission is bring military members together suffering the after affect of the war. working to tie the veterans suicide. >> it's bringing together as a coping mechanism the service. >> heather: it kicks off at 9:30 at castle island. that route hasn't been made public because of security concerns following last week's targeting after similar event in new jersey. >> jason: a school district accused of shaming kids who can't pay for lunch says that not the case at all. coming up next, the district explains the new program to cut down on delinquent bills. >> heather: plus, cause of death pending.
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one in eight women will face breast cancer. early detection can mean the difference between life and death. planned parenthood gives new hampshire women access to life saving cancer screenings. but ayotte voted to defund planned parenthood six times. because ayotte opposes a woman's right to choose. in her relentless effort to overturn roe v. wade, ayotte puts critical cancer screenings at risk, hurting new hampshire women. kelly ayotte: putting her personal interests ahead of your health care. independence usa pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> jason: the pennsylvania school district accused of shaming kids who can't pay for
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you may remember the story from earlier this week on fox 25. one of the workers said she had to take away a hot lunch from two students because of a new program to crack down on delinquent lunch bills. kids who weren't paying up. she said one student had tears in his eyes when she gave him a cold sandwich instead. she posted the story online and it went viral. but the school has a different story. >> reporter: how do you think sh facebook and television stories? >> i really can't answer it. it's quite unfortunate. >> why would i make this up? i'm not a liar and i don't lie and i don't appreciate this attack on my character. they'remation willing themselves look even worse. >> jason: as for the student who the woman claims had tears in his eyes, the student cash register realized his account had born paid up and he was able to get a lunch any way that day. hundreds of kids got little
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parents out there. i wish we had video of kids wreaking havoc. >> heather: you ask and you shall receive. >> jason: it wasn't even an accident. she was doing it on purpose. look at that kid. the so called demon mini carts showed up in stores last month and immediately had issues. target tested this out and he this had to take them out. parents told target the carts entertain their kids to harder because they run into displays or other shoppers or even moms ankles. >> heather: it's making my ankle s hurt. kids don't have any idea that that hurts. all of a sudden, you're putting band aids on your ankles. two rattle snakes duking it out on a porch trying to apparently win over a girl snake, what else. that girl snake watching from
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look at this. rattlesnakes don't usually bite each other when they fight. they trio get higher up and push them down. kind of like a thumb game, thumb war. >> jason: that's what jonathan, like a thumb war. >> heather: a thumb war that lasted more than three hours. no word on which one won there. i hope that girl appreciated it. right, jason? >> jason brewer: right. >> heather: one two three i declare a snake war. >> jason brewer: we'll get to that during the break. right now clearing skies above boston i'll tell you when the clearing gets to your town coming up. >> jason: and lines out the doors at local churches. coming up the religious relic that thousands of faithful have turned out to see. >> heather: and we stay on top of the breaking news in washington snake right now. where police right at this moment continue to search for the gunman who killed five people inside of a shopping
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that comes news came to us that a fifth person had been killed. four women, two men. police say the fire erupted inside a macy's store outside of burlington. they say a man with a rifle entered the store around 7:00 west coast time and started shooting. police do believe the suspect
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this is fox 25 morning news. >> heather: good saturday morning to you. here's a live look from our city cam in boston. it looks awesome, doesn't it? you see the clouds starting to move out. blue sky there. we did have overnight rain of you are going to wake up to some wet roads. you might see precipitation on your grass or car or lawns. the big story isn't the rain for the fall temperatures. >> jason: a little chillily. a little nip we'll send it over to jason brewer with the cool temperatures. we'll call them cool. >> heather: great apple picking weather. >> jason brewer: that's right. we'll call them cool. cool in some spots this weekend. you see the clearing line right over boston right now. look where the clearing is starting to set in. down into norfolk county. by 10:00 a.m., that's down toward the cape cod canal. still cloudier for lunchtime
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right now. at lunch, only in the lower and middle 60s. hitting highs in the upper 60s and coming back down quickly. this evening with very dry air. it's going to be a chili night setting up of those numbers coming up. but today, plenty of blue skies coming around in boston much more straight ahead. >> jason: breaking news all morning long. police right now searching for the gunman who killed five people inside a washington state shopping mall. that death toll, unfortunately, rising in the last hour. >> heather: al the city of burlg ton, an hour north of seattle. police say a man with a rifle entered that macy's around 7:00 west coast time and started firing. witnesses say it was complete chaos as customers ran for their lives. take a look at this photo right here. authorities released this image of this man who they believe to be the shooter. they do believe he acted alone and took off in a car toward the
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this man considered to be armed and very dangerous. people in that area alerted to be on high alert. >> the most chaotic that -- to me, since i've been here, i wouldn't think this would even happen here. so i'm shocked. >> heather: investigators have been sweeping neighborhoods in the area surrounding that mall. right now they admit, though, they have few leads of the fbi intelligence information to see if additional attacks could possibly be planned. >> jason: back here at home, police are searching for a man accused of assaulting a woman on one of boston's most popular walking trails. the victim told police she was walking on jamaica pond thursday night when a man reached out and grabbeder had. she wasn't alone, either, she was walking with a friend. boston police stepped up patrols in that area. asking people to report anything that might be suspicious. this morning, chelsea police
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school students. sky fox was over the scene in everett and maple streets yesterday afternoon. police say the two victims are in serious conditions. they're looking for a man approximately 20 years old with short spiked hair. at this time, they believe he may not have acted alone. >> heather: a hanover firefighter is fighting for his life after a freak accident that happened at his own home. greg hawes was cutting a tree branch when he fell 20 feet off now he's in critical condition in a hospital. his fellow firefighters are rallying behind the 23-year-old who had only been on the job two and a half years. >> it's been very hard on the guys. it's hard enough that it happened and happened to one of our own. but it brings it to another level when it's your guys going to the accident. and treating him. >> heather: the hanover fire department is now holding a fund-raiser for the hawes people
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fund-raiser will go toward house's medical bills. to learn more about how you can help, visit fox25boston.com. >> jason: we have an update on a missing man in plymouth. he has been found safe. david lane who suffers from dementia got separated from his wife while they were shopping at a shopping center yesterday. he was missing for four hours before police say he was finally found. there's no word on where he was, but police say he was safe. >> heather: only on fox 25, po thief caught on camera stealing thousands of dollars worth of tools from a local landscaping business. surveillance video shows the man crouching down and shielding his face as he snatches a saw from a canton truck. but you see the saw wasn't actually worth much. this saw was actually left there in an effort to try to lure that criminal back after he had stolen $2,000 worth of saws or
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business owner says this was a set up, he thought up the idea hoping the thief would return. >> i'm closing up alone, so i just had an idea to clean up my best broken saw. and place it in a spot where we can get a better video of the thief should he come back. >> heather: clever thinking there. and that business owner there, mr. walsh, says he'll be sharing that video on social media in the hopes that and calls police. >> jason: allegations of racism at pinkerton academy could face disciplinary action this weekend. showing teens in black face dressed in confederate flags some found it offensive others say the paint is part of spirit week celebration, where wearing school face paint is part of the tradition. >> that's not reaching out
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other day, it was just a different color. >> jason: the school told fox 25 they don't tolerate any form of discrimination. >> heather: all varsity and junior varsity in plymouth football games were cancelled this defend and the parents are to blame. they decided to for fit the games because of inappropriate behavior at a parents gathering for players. they're not saying what the are not involved. plymouth was scheduled to play hanover both nights. and a field trip for a group of new hampshire sixth graders had to be cut short because of bed bugs. those bed bugs found at a camp site the kids were attending. more than 100 sixth graders came from witchfield new hampshire to nature's classroom in charlie on the for a four day environmental camp. they found those bed bugs in six of their rooms.
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bring the kids home early. they the school leaders tell us, that's the first time they've ever had an issue. >> jason: the colors on the streets of dorchester. >> heather: coming up at 8:00, the how the first mural on the street is adding to public safety. >> jason: plus a softer side to al capone. the sweet letters he wrote to his son that will be sold at a local auction next week. >> jason brewer: and the rain is out of here after good totals
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>> heather: and many say that miracles have been attributed to him. >> anything a saint touches is considered a relic. that relic we look to as a sign of the physical saint's presence to you as we pray to the saint. >> heather: 20,000 people waited in line to catch a glimpse.
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while before you can get a ticket, tickets are free but sold out the next few months, the african american museum. michael jordan's jersey and chuck bury's cadillac. it tracks african american history from slavery to present day. ticket scalpers are selling the free passes into the museum for more than 100 bucks a ticket. >> heather: and a rare personal look at a notorious gangster, talking about al capone, that rare look happening auctioning block happening in cambridge. the three page letter from capone to his son will be auctioned off next week now and in this letter, capone showed a softer sign of himself. he even signed love and kisses, your dear dad number 85. 85 was his number at alcatraz. that number is expected to garner around $50,000. >> jason: this morning, disney is apologize for a halloween costume some thought was offensive.
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out, moana. it features dwayne johnson's character. but critics looked at that costume and call it brown facing. disney pulled the costume from stores and told them they respect the culture of the islands that inspired the films and they apologized. >> heather: rotting and in desperate need of repair coming up at 8:00, the new revitalization project for a piece of massachusetts history. families waiting for years for the answers of the deaths of their loved ones. >> i want know, you know, what happened. >> jason: next the backlog of paperwork that's keeping some families from i just want what's best for my kids. when i hear arguments that massachusetts needs more charter schools, i think: what about the students in all of our schools? every new charter takes away more money from the existing public schools. that's 400 million dollars, just last year.
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>> heather: we continue to follow breaking news out of washington state this morning. as we speak, police are searching for the gunman who killed five people inside a shopping mall. that news of a fifth person killed coming into our newsroom within the past hour and change. the victims include four women and a man. police say the gunfire erupted inside a mace see cease store in the city of burlington, an hour north of seattle. they say that man in there entered the store with a rifle around 7:00 last night, west coast time and began firing. police believe he acted alone and then took off toward the highway. he has not been seen since. it is now 4:45 in the morning there west coast time and police continue to canvas those neighborhoods near that mall. but still, so far, no sign of that gunman. of course, we'll stay on top of the story for you. keep it right here for the very latest.
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say they've been forced to wait months even years about loved ones who have passed away. it's putting the spotlight on marshal delays at the state medical examiner's office. investigative reporter eric rasmussen first exposed overdue autopsy reports earlier this week. since then heard from a mother of man who died. this morning, he presents her story. >> even if you met him once, you won't forget him. >> reporter: 27 years old e.m.t. in south boston. maddy king died in his sleep more than a year ago. february, 2015, his mother still doesn't know why. >> every day, you wake up, go to sleep, that's all you think about, what happened to him, why? you don't know. he helped save people. he saved so many lives. and then you have his taken away and you can't find out what happened to him. >> reporter: despite the family's call to the state
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remains pending. in a similar case, the family of jennifer row dan only got answers after "fox 25 investigates" started asking questions. >> i was always wondering are there other people in my position. >> reporter: both cases seemingly held up by a backlog of paperwork but the medical examiner's office denied repeated requests to talk about it on camera. records show that office still falling short of a professional standard to complete 90% of autopsy reports in 90 days. >> does it the answer might be sitting in an office somewhere? >> it is. i believe it's sitting in the office. it's all sitting there just waiting to get looked over, to come up with an answer. >> reporter: until then, an important part of the grieving process for this mom remains incomplete. >> you just want to know. i mean, what happened? >> reporter: for "fox 25 investigates" i'm eric rasmussen. >> now your forecast from meteorologist jason brewer and the fox 25 storm tracker weather
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fall. i brought the fall weather with me. you know i like the fall weather, right? i got the maternity leave with the summer weather and now the cooler air. >> jason: it's actually shaping up to be a really nice day. >> jason brewer: it is going to be. jason, going to a football game. >> jason: yeah, mississippi state today. >> heather: the 5k going on in dracut this morning, a bunch of different charities, there's great weather for that. >> jason brewer: yeah, if you're going ouid have a great fall weekend in store. not going to be in the low 80s like yesterday. i don't think we're going to get too many complaints as, after all, we are into fall and we're going to see temperatures near normal or just a little below. we've just kind of gotten used to the 80s. but those are gone, at least for the near foreseeable future. let me show you the clear line, the satellite with the radar. clouds have cleared right over the fox 25 studios right now and
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the south shore and even down toward cape cod, that clearing line will make its way down to the south coast. so right now, it's 56 degrees. look at that nice blue sky. there are the clouds in the distance now. no wind gusts just yet. we can get wind gusts behind this front. temperatures fallen into the upper 40s a few of the colder northern spots, beverly at 49, still 59 on nantucket. the afternoon numbers will only be in the 60s. so now. we're looking at 5 to 10 degree warm up because cooler air will filter in all day. with the sun south, it's going to be nice. 68 in haverhill and 68 in lynn. temperatures in the upper 60s, woburn to foxboro, back to hudson as well as boston. closer to 70 new bedford and middleboro, middle 60s for marshfield today. and in the mid 60s for the cape and islands. the clouds a little slower to clear there but they'll get
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vermont not concerned about frost in our area tonight. low 30s to upper 30s in the wind protected low lying spots like norwood could see upper 30s and framingham seeing the model giving us northwesterly wind flow, staying up to to 10 overnight. wind sheltered spots in the 30s, keene and orange. and then we trn the west, we have snow in the high elevations in the rockies and over the high elevations in wyoming. that storm headed this way tuesday with the rain. nonetheless, a good soaking we could get on tuesday. the question does it get hung up for the end of the week? still too early to tell you we'll keep you posted. >> jason: we'll show you video of the this whale off the cape.
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feet of line and buoys in its upper jaw. boaters keeping a close eye on that whale tracking it with another buoy. >> heather: and coyote concerns in one town this morning after wayland police say they have reports of several of them encounters of people walking their dogs in the herns farm area. they're telling people to make sure pets and young children kept safe inside at night and also not to leave food out to a different story in rhode island, though, where tens of thousands of people there have signed a petition to save the life of a coyote in one neighborhood. this is cliff here. he's been hanging out in middleton a lot since people have been feeding him. town officials want the animal to be put down. they do fear even though he looks friendly he could still
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library in a peaceful part of boston but it isn't safe in the heroin epidemic. the steps the library is being forced to take to keep its patrons safe. >> heather: the official days of fall now. we'll bring you ideas changing fall now. we'll bring you ideas changing of the ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? geico motorcycle,
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>> jason: local soccer team showed a special way for a teacher battling cancer. the fourth grade, soar team in kingston. which they heard their teacher, kristen was diagnosed with ovarian cancer they had these t-shirts made in her honor.
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good for them. >> heather: a lot of things to do in this area, as you know, and around town host michelle lazcano shows us what's happening around town. >> reporter: it's officially fall and there's exciting ways to celebrate beautiful fall weekend. first of all the fall festival in waltham. live music from local bands, a great selection of local craft beers, a giant pumpkin drop and plenty of entertainment for the kids. the weekend. next up, what the fluff? that's right, fluff. the unique festival takes place 3:00 to 7:00 p.m. at union square in somerville. the 11th annual event celebrates the invention of marsh mali fluff. this year must be a quite batch. of course fluff themed games and activities. so what the fluff? find out for yourself this afternoon.
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sidelines to join the thousands on the boston marathon course to raise money for the dana farber. join the fun tomorrow to beat last year's numbers and support the mission of everyone to unite together to conquer cancer. make sure you have the fox 25 news app. in the menu, click the around town section or click the around town tab whatever you do, enjoy the start of fall and make it a great one. i'm michelle lazcano fox 25 news. >> jason: we continue to follow breaking news out of washington state where a gunman remains at large after a deadly mall shooting. what's happening right now as police search for the dangerous suspect. >> jason brewer: and temperatures right now in the 50s but heading for the 30s in some spots. as soon as tonight. much more on the fall cold front straight ahead. >> heather: plus schools in our
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overnight out of washington state where the death toll from a mall shooting continues to rise. >> the most chaotic i've seen, shocked. >> this morning, the gunman remains on the run. the desperate search for that suspect that has an entire community in lock down. plus a change of heart from ted cruz. >> i'm not going to deny that i have had some differences with the republican nominee. >> heather: why the former presidential he's voting for trump. and local fight this week coming to a head this morning. >> jason: seems may not seem as dire as they seem, the drama surrounding the quarterback dilemma. >> this is fox 25 morning news. >> heather: good saturday morning to you. we made it to the weekend. you're watching fox 25 morning news. it is 8:00 a.m. on the dot. saturday, september 24th. the first full weekend of fall.
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>> heather: i'm heather hegedus. well, the first weekend of full. >> jason: that's right. thank you for waking up and joining us this weekend. a beautiful weekend out there, a little cool, a little crisp. we actually had rain overnight too. for more on that, we'lls to it over to jason brewer, who is tracking a pretty nice forecast this weekend. >> jason brewer: we are going to be in pretty good shape. behind the front that brought this rain, check out the rain totals anywhere from a third to two thirds of an inch of rain. depending on where you live. boston northward had the most there's a north breeze, we're feeling dryer. look at the numbers at noon. only the mid 60s and high temperatures in the mid and upper 60s later this afternoon. that's actually below a little normal for a change. with increasing sun across the north and the south. frost advisories northwest tonight but better chance of frost tomorrow night. i'll talk about all of that and the fall feel to the air that we're getting in a bit. >> jason: thanks jason. we want to update you now on
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coast where police right now still searching for the gunman who killed five people inside of a washington state shopping mall. >> heather: that gunfire erupted inside a macy's store. happened in the city of burlington just an hour north of seattle. police say a man with a rifle entered that store around 7:00 west coast time and started shooting and witnesses say it was complete chaos as customers ran for their lives. authorities released this image right here. this is an image of the man who they say is the shooter. they do believe that he highway. police are warning this morning, that man is believed to be armed and extremely dangerous. they're telling people in that area to remain on high alert. >> the most chaotic i've seen in a while. and the most chaotic that to me, since i've been here, i wouldn't think this would even happen here. so i am shocked. >> police have been sweeping neighborhoods in that area.
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leads. and right now the fbi is investigating whether additional attacks may be planned. we will bring you updates. >> jason: back here at home, police are searching this morning for a man accused of assaulting a woman on one of boston's most popular walking trail. the victim told investigators she was walking around jamaica pond thursday night when a man reached out and grabbed her. she wasn't alone, either, she was actually walking with a friend. people who live in that area say they're surprised because it's such a well lit and safe area. >> so scary. i was actually running around, i was like, na, it's perfectly safe. >> jason: boston police stepped up patrol asking anybody to report any past incidents. chelsea police are still searching for a suspect in a double stabbing of two high school students. sky fox over everett and main tell streets yesterday afternoon. they're looking for a man 20 years old with short spike key hair. at this time, they believe he
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are still search fog are a man who shot a teenager inside a cvs. 24-year-old marcus pierre louise, this is man they're looking for. officers say he shot an 18-year-old who was at the register checking out on wednesday afternoon. a 15-year-old and 16-year-old already arrested and charged with conspiracy and assault with intent to kill. but the search for louise continues right now. louise's neighbors say detectives have come to their doors. >> a little knowing that somebody that brazen would do something in public in a cvs store is living in our same neighborhood. >> heather: a store has confirmed for us, one of the teens arrested is a relative of the shooter we'll stay on top of the story. >> jason: another night and another round of protests in charlotte. hundreds took to the streets once again in peaceful demonstrations carrying signs and marching throughout the streets. this was the fourth night of protest after an african american man was shot and killed
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week. this morning we have new look of from cell phone of the man shot and killed. we have to warn you that parts of the video is disturbing. >> please don't let them break the windows, come on out of the car. >> reporter: new video released show the tense moments before and immediately after tuesday's officer-involved shooting. >> he doesn't have a gun. he has a pbi. he's not going to do anything to you guys he just took his medicine. >> reporter: video recde scott has a gun. a loaded gun from with scott's finger print. protesters are calling for the release of two other videos recorded by police. police have one video from another officer's body camera. another from a dashboard camera. charlotte's mayor says all of the videos taken together do not paint a clear picture of what happened. >> it is inconclusive. i think all three videos have
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precise enough view of what was actually going on. >> scott's family watched the videos as well. they want their videos released to the public now. >> it shows a confused fellow, befuddled, who is stepping back from what he perceives to be a threat. >> jason: well the protesters did briefly shut down a highway last night but police quickly cleared them away. the mare ordered a curfew to morning. >> heather: to election 2016 now. and ted cruz, once donald trump's bitter rival, is finally showing throbbing his support behind the republican presidential nominee. he announced the official endorsement through a facebook post yesterday afternoon and followed up with an attack on democratic nominee hillary clinton. >> i'm not going to deny that i have had some differences with the republican nominee. but i can also tell you what i
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wreck. >> heather: cruz says he's keeping the promise he made a year ago to support whichever candidate got the republican nomination. and says he is totally committed to -- why. >> a local man's front yard this weekend plastered with donald trump signs of every size. and his city not too happy about it. he's actually been ordered to take those signs down. >> heather: this morning, fox 25 jessica reyes is live in haverhill where that man will be holding a rally over what he calls a and jess, i know you just spoke with that man a few minutes ago. what did he have to say? >> reporter: yeah, heather, a short time ago. he's expecting a lot of people to show up for the rally today. he says it's not about donald trump but rather it's about free speech. his name is richard hurley and you can see by the video that his lawn is covered with donald trump signs. the problem here is that haverhill has an ordinance saying that political campaign signs cannot exceed a max of 32 feet.
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every day the signs stay up. but he says he is prepared to go to court over this. >> i don't think they can tell what to do on their property. if they're daying taxes. -- i understand there's a difference of opinions i understand that. when you get to this point now, i just figure, it's my property, i think i can do what i need to do on it. >> reporter: and richard says he is welcoming supporters of any candidate. this is not about donald trump but about free speech for the event. a lot of people are expected to be here and once it starts in an hour's time. we'll be talking with them in the next hour. a live report coming up at 9 o'clock. live in haverhill, i'm jessica reyes, fox 25 news. >> heather: in the meantime, massachusetts senator, elizabeth warren is swinging through new hampshire this morning, campaigning for democratic hillary clinton, she'll be in nashua at 10:00, before heading to manchester for a campus kick off event and then she'll
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this has mike pence is also headed to the granite state joining a rally at milford town auditorium, hours before the presidential debate on monday. the indiana's governor first trip to the granite state in august drew quite a huge crowd in manchester. when trump and clinton face off in the first debate on this monday, fox 25 will be there of course. you can watch that debate right here on monday night starting at 9:00 p.m. and fox 25 political supporter sharman sacchetti will be in new york for all of it. you can catch her before and after the debate this coming monday. >> jason: let's talk about the sox now. there was time not that long ago when the american league east was a horse race. that was before the sox went on a tear. they've ripped off nine straight wins, going for number ten tonight in tampa. last night in tampa, david ortiz clubbed that two run moon shot off chris archer in the first and gave the team all the runs they needed. they won 2-1. the magic number down to four
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morning sports report on the red sox charge to the playoffs. butch will have more on the situation going on in foxboro, a quarterback dilemma there. sources tell fox 25 that the injury to jacoby brissett thumb is not as serious as needed and not going to need surgery. he injured that thumb in the game against the texans. pats have time to figure out what they're going to do in week four next sunday in gillette. butch will come >> heather: thousands of dollars stolen from a local. first, we'll tell you about the ploy used to lure that theme right back to the scene of the crime. >> jason: first this morning, needles popping up in a place frequented by kids and families. next, the plan to clean up the boston public library and help addicts at the same time. >> jason brewer: it was a warm
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aranteed with a 2 year agreement. only fios offers speeds this fast at a price this good. my prescription costs keep going up. it's more expensive every year. it would be a lot cheaper to buy my medication from canada. kelly ayotte voted to block consumers from buying safe medicines from canada. and voted against lower cost generic drugs. kelly ayotte gets all that money from the big drug industry. hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions. kelly ayotte's not working for us. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> heather: we continue to follow the breaking news we've been telling you all morning long out of washington state where police continue to search for the gunman who killed five people inside of a shopping mall there. those victims include four women and a man. police say that gunfire erupted
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the make up counter in the city of burlington an hour north of seeiate tell. the man with a rifled entered the store around 7:00 west coast time and started shooting. they do have a picture of the shooter but he remains on the loose. they believe he acted alone. and he took off on the highway and have not been seen from since. police continues to canvas the neighborhood near the mall. no signs of we'll stay on top of the story for you. >> jason: for the first time we're learning of the chilling conversation between the nightclub shooter and the negotiators. included a message of the boston marathon bombers 49 people died when omar mateen started shooting inside the pulse nightclub in june. later in a standoff with police, mateen talked with negotiators in three calls lasting 28 minutes total. he criticized the u.s. air strikes in the middle east while
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here in boston. my home boy, tamerlan dzhokhar on the boston marathon, so it's now my turn, okay. end quote. the routine calls to the fbi. >> sounds like a prayer an islamic prayer, he says -- he's praying to something abdul here as the same. >> jason: investigators believe he was pledging allegiance to the leader of the islamic. despite requests only the transcripts between mateen and the police were released not the calls themselves. heather: crisis can happen where we least expect them even in all places, the boston public library. we've been updating the story since it began. fox 25 blair miller shows us a plan to deal with addiction that is designed to keep family safe from dirty needles left behind
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places. >> i have a place to live. >> reporter: from the stretch of boylston, we found bernice. she's been here for years. >> scary. you don't know what's going to happen to you. >> reporter: a result of her one time addiction to heroin. her story like so many others and she recalls discarding needles wherever she could, and she recalls the boston public library: >> just because it's there, i guess. it's easy, yeah. >> reporter: the library well aware of it too, they told me they find a middle at the library at least once a week, which is why the staff now has in this library and all city libraries to collect needles in and around the building. they also offer training from employees to look for signs of people who have overdosed. >> it's not just a big city thing. this is a problem everywhere. so i think that libraries are
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very aware of what's happening in the community because we relate to our community so well. >> reporter: perhaps a little surprising for frequent library visit are tos, but a sign of how serious this opoid problem is. >> you have to look at where they're frequently mainly areas, streets, side streets, back up buildings, in back of buildings, and restaurants. >> reporter: bernice knows all too well. >> you have to went want to stop because if you don't want to stop, u not >> reporter: blair miller, fox 25 news. >> heather: in plymouth, may finally get some of the money badly needs for repairs. we've been telling you for weeks how the may flower fell short of the fund-raising goal. the federal institute has awarded the first plantation a nearly $150,000 worth of grant money to replace rotting wood on the ship's hull. they hope to have it sailing before the 400th anniversary of
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400 years. remarkable. >> jason: speaking of kids, it's good to have you back. how was your summer? >> heather: i didn't too much. i just had a baby. a baby who turned three months old yesterday. this is him. baby brook, you can see, he loves fox 25 news. >> jason: training maybe. >> heather: yes, see there, he is breaking news on fox 25. >> jas three boys, right. >> jason brewer: yes, i do. they like to check the radar on the phone. of course brooks is coming to the studio at some point. >> heather: yeah, in front of the green screen where you do the weather. >> jason brewer: he is adorable. >> heather: thank you, we watched you all the time. >> jason brewer: you brought fall weather with you, rain in last night. it's out of here. check out those totals two thirds of an inch in beverly.
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well. boston checked in at a third, nashua too. the clearing line is here on the south shore. we talked about this at the start of the show. 6:00 a.m. over in plymouth by 8:00. it looks like that's the case. if you look closely you can see the clouds moving cape cod canal by 10:00 in the morning. still over nantucket and vineyard and parts of the south coast, but then afternoon, even the islands break into some sun. right now 56 and sunny in boston. north wind at 10 miles an ur bringing in the cool air. it's in the lower 50s in portsmouth and the lower 40s now in keene. today's highs only in the 60s. worcester up to the lower and middle 60s. and essex county, we'll see mid and upper 60s. kind of the same thing around the greater boston area. back toward natick. afternoon highs in plymouth counties upper 60s. cooler at the coast. near 70 in new bedford today and numbers on cape cod about 10 degrees cooler than yesterday. now, overnight, it's going to be
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up tomorrow night. expect upper 40s in the city tonight. low 40s south shore, north shore. back to the west we'll see low 40s around worcester and 30s as you go farther into northwestern mass. keep in mind, low lying spots, upper 30s as you wake up on sunday morning. the good news is, there won't be a lot of wind but you definitely want a jacket to start your sunday. look at the frost advisories in these may be expanding northeast tonight not only tonight. but into sunday. a few of those colder spots by monday morning. there's a look at your seven-day forecast. the rain on the way again on tuesday. >> jason: elevated levels of lead uncovered in schools across our area coming up, the early morning ritual trying to keep the water safe for our kids to
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the streets of dorchester. the streets of dorchester. the signs fios is not cable. the streets of dorchester. the signs we're wired differently. which means we can fix things differently. thanks for calling fios, this is ryan. you can't tell me this cord isn't in, fios app that's going to let me see what you're seeing. really? yes...mr. mcenroe. see that cord? just plug it into the connector on the right. so you can clearly see what's in and what's out? oh, absolutely. i like that.
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one neighborhood. the first street mural in the entire season. several community got together to paint this on elmhurst street in the elmhurst park. slowed down traffic, we're told, making streets safer as drivers slow down to get a closer look. it's like good rubber necking. they tell us the public art display shows so much more. >> friends like revitalization to the neighborhood. and engages young people in a great way. so it's really just a to do for the neighborhood. >> jason: the kind of rubber necking that we encourage, right? to slow down and see the art. the mural is expected to stay there for 18 months. probably wears off as the traffic goes through. >> heather: rubber necking can be positive, though. sometimes it can be tough to be a tv reporter, especially when it comes to dealing with animals. because obviously, animals plus live television, never a good mix. check this out. >> one last shot of -- i love
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>> man, that's a lot of slobber. >> heather: you can see that giraffe really took a liking to this reporter who was live at the san diego zoo talking about a weekend event when she came face-to-face with the very friendly baby giraffe who just wanted to play. he was a baby. >> jason: i know, that's so fluffy and cute, right? >> serial newsler right there. >> heather: having a hard time keeping it together, but worse on air. that's one example. >> jason: an illinois sixth grader proves she may be the kid who found the greatest pumpkin ever like charlie brown. look at this monster pump kin in her own backyard. that thing weighs more than 1,000 pounds. it grew back in april and grew pretty quick. she's entering it into a contest this weekend. the pumpkin is not the biggest
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it's a family affair with giant giant pumpkins in their backyard. >> heather: how many pumpkins pies can you make with a pumpkin of that size? >> jason brewer: wow. >> heather: you could pick world hunger with that. >> so many pumpkin pies to enjoy. >>s it's that time of the year. if you're going out to the pumpkin patch, maybe apple picking. a great fall weekend for you. right now we're in the 50s. but chillier air on the way. timing that straight lines out the doors at local churches. coming up the religious relic thousands of faithful are turning out to see. >> heather: but first we continue to follow that breaking news out of washington state we've been telling you all morning long. as police continue to search for the gunman who killed five people inside of a shopping mall of those victims through four women and a man. police say that gunfire erupted inside a macy's store right by the make up counter there.
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north of seattle. they say a man with a rifle, the man in the image there, entered the store around 7:00 west coast time. he acted alone and left toward the highway. so far no i just want what's best for my kids. when i hear arguments that massachusetts needs more charter schools, i think: what about the students in all of our schools? every new charter takes away more money from the existing public schools. we can't afford to drain even more money from our kids' schools because they're already losing so much. i'm not just standing up for my own kids; i'm fighting for yours, too.
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>> heather: good saturday morning to you. and check this out. >> jason: this is getting better and better. >> heather: yeah, this is a live shot. live shot of boston morning shot. since we went on the air at 6:00 a.m. really clearing up. clouds earlier. now beautiful sky. we did have some rain a few hours ago. >> jason: yeah, now it's clearing up. the sidewalks all wet, roads all wet. i did couldn't have been too too bad. >> jason brewer: the weather, a couple of rumbles of hundredor did, but most of us steered clear of all of that. now that front down to the south. clearing the skies out quickly from the north to south. a strong push of cool dry air. temperatures in the 50s. most areas right now 50s. hyannis, 14, the other end of the spectrum. track your noontime temperatures, lower and middle 60s and we'll still have left over clouds, we think around
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afternoon. we're nice and bright with temperatures in the mid and upper 60s this afternoon. so nice around the greater boston area. a bit of a breeze from time to time. could gust as high as 20 miles an hour this afternoon. then for tomorrow, even cooler air on the way. got more on that coming up. >> jason: we want to update you on the breaking news on the west coast, where police continue to search for the gunman and killed five people inside of a shopping mall in washington state. the gunfire erupting inside a macy's burlington outside of seattle. police say a man with a rifle entered the store around 7:00 last night west coast time and started shooting. customers ran for their lives. this he released this photo of the shooter and believe he acted alone. he took off toward the highway and the gs la time he was seen. police now warning this man is considered to be extremely dangerous.
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remain on high alert, they say. >> we are still actively looking for the shooter. again, caution people, stay indoors. stay secure. if you see something, say something. but definitely stay locked down in your houses until we can get this guy caught. >> heather: four women and one man were killed. all survivors were bussed to a nearby church to wait for their families and police continue to sweep neighborhoods in that area mere the mall but right now they the fbi in seattle is also reviewing intelligence information to make sure the visual attacks are not planned. >> back here at home. police searching for a man accused of assaulting a woman, on one of the boston's most popular walking trails. the victim told police she was walking near jamaica pond thursday night with a man reached out and grabbed her. she wasn't alone, she had a friend with her. boston police stepped up patrols in that area and asking people to report any past incidents.
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around, i was like, nah, it's perfectly safe. >> jason: police are still search going for the man responsible. chelsea police searching for the suspects of the stabbing of two high school students. police say the victims are in serious condition this morning and looking for a man who is around 20 years old with short spike key hair. at this time. investigators believe he may not have acted alone. >> heather: a hinge hanover firefighter is fighting for his accident that happened in his own home. greg hawes was cutting a tree branch when he fell 20 feet off of a ladder last weekend. now he's on a ventilator and in critical condition. his fellow firefighters, though, are rallying behind him. they say the 33-year-old had been on the job only two and a half years when this happened. >> it's been very hard on the guys. it's hard enough when it happens and it happens to one of our
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level when it's one of your guys going to the accident and treating him. >> heather: the head of the firefighter is holding a fund-raiser today for the hawes family and all funds raised will be going toward his medical bills. to learn more go to our website, fox25boston.com. meantime, crews in milford had to rescue one of their own yesterday after part of the ceiling collapsed in a home during a house fire. you can see right here, police helping the firefighter get on the state fire marshal says the firefighter was taken to the hospital with a shoulder injury. that fire started yesterday at a roadside avenue. according to firefighters, hvac workers accidentally started that fire in a home's attic. >> jason: we have an update on a missing home in wnec. david lane got separated from his wife while shopping yesterday he was missing for
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no word on where he was located but police said he's doing okay this morning. >> heather: only on fox 25, police in canton searching for a greedy thief caught on camera stealing thousands of dollars worth of tools from a local landscaping business. check out the surveillance video right here shows a man crouching down and shielding his face as he snatches a saw from the truck right there. but that saw, it actually wasn't worth much. it had been left there to try to lure that criminal after $2,000 worth of saws and a blower were stolen. the business owner says he came up with the idea in hopes that the thief would return. >> i was closing up alone, so i just have an idea to clean up my best broken saw. and place it in a spot where we can get a better video of the thief should he come back. >> heather: clever idea there. and now that business owner is
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media in hopes that somebody recognizes this man in this video and calls police. >> jason: allegations of racism at pinkerton academy in new hampshire could face charges this weekend. showing teens in black face and draped in confederate flags a lot of people found it offensive and others say it was part of spirit week celebration, when wearing face paint is part of the tradition. >> we have every other day, just a different color. >> jason: so this weekend, the school was investigating and they tell fox 25 they don't tolerate any form of discrimination. >> heather: all junior varsity and varsity football games in plymouth damage selled this weekend. but it's not the students to blame. it's the parents. they decided to for fit the friday and saturday night game citing inappropriate behavior at a parents sponsored gathering for players. the superintendent wouldn't say
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plymouth have been scheduled to play hanover for tonight. >> thousands of the catholic faithful lining up for hours at catholic churches hoping to get a glimpse of a religious relic. this is the line of those lined up out of the door. padre was canonized by pope john paul back in 2002. many miracles are attributed to considered a relic. that are he will lick being looked to as a physical sign of that saint's presence with us, as we pray to the saint. >> jason: this is a look at how long the lines are. 20,000 people have waited to catch a glimpse. still to come, boston police aren't the only ones on board with body cameras. coming up of the plan by mbta
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>> heather: the letters the nor torous gangster al capone wrote to his son will be sold at a local auction next week. >> jason brewer: right now tracking the cooler my prescription costs keep going up. it's more expensive every year. it would be a lot cheaper to buy my medication from canada. kelly ayotte voted to block consumers from buying safe medicines from canada. and voted against lower cost generic drugs. kelly ayotte gets all that money from the big drug industry.
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>> jason: a new smithsonian museum opening its door today. they may be sold out for months.
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jordan's jersey and chuck barre's cadillac. it traces from slavery to segregation to current day. john lewis funded money for the museum through congress. >> i don't know what i'm going to do when it's opened. i'm probably going to cry. it's probably going to be a little too much. >> jason: the man to get to the museum is so high, ticket scalpers selling the free passes to get in this weekend for more than 100 bucks. >> heather: scalpers involved. a gangster al capone headed to the auction block right here in cambridge. the infamous three page letter from capone to his son. in it, the gangster shows a softer side. love and kisses your dear dad number 85. it was his number in alcatraz. the letter expected to bring in around $50,000. >> jason: disney apologizing
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costume that some find offensive. it features a brown zip up. and critics looked at it and called it brown facing. disney pulled the costume from the stores and says they respect the culture of the island that inspired the film. >> heather: still to come. the special tribute to fallen boston firefighter is attracting military members from across the country today. comi they're doing on castle island in his honor. >> jason: first, lead, showing
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on top of the break ing news of the gunman inside of a shopping mall in washington state. the gunfire inside of a macey star at the make up counter there. in the city of burlington, an hour north of seattle. they say a man with a rifle entered that store around 7:00 west coast time last night and started shooting. police do believe he acted alone and started off toward the highway. in the morning there west coast time. and police continue to canvas the neighborhoods near the mall. so far no sign of the gunman. we're monitoring the situation for you. keep it right here for the very latest. >> jason::45 this saturday. after the crisis in flint michigan, many are testing their water fountains for lead. they're coming back with higher than normal levels.
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is doing to protect your kids. >> it's now an early morning ritual every day students arrive, a worker runs the fountains for 120 seconds. it's called flushing. and it's now standard operating procedure at all boston public schools. >> that is the best way to get lead out of the water. >> boston public school superintendent tom knee change says when they're not flushing, they're testing and some of the resulting aren't good. this summer, they found elevated lead levels in seven of his were shut off. and now bottled water shipped in. >> we're testing every single year and every single water fountain. >> reporter: the problem is not limited to boston. >> it's an old building, we all knew that. so i don't think it surprised me terribly much. >> reporter: dina becker's child is in the school district where they found high levels of copper and lead in the schools. they replaced 8 of the fountains
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we've learned more about the health affects of lead. >> reporter: becky smith is with an advocacy group pushing to test more. smith says a $6 test can tell you all you need to know. >> lead is a toxic city we built into our buildings, it's scary buts avoidable. >> reporter: martin is the commissioner of the massachusetts department of environmental protection. earlier this year, governor test and educate across the state. >> i think $2 million will get us a good long way certainly for the schools we're dealing with. >> reporter: we went along with dep inspectors as they take samples from the elementary school. it is one of 67 school districts participaing in the program. that's 930 schools being tested across the state of a small frackof the 7,000 schools in massachusetts. there's nothing that substitutes
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actual data you have, the better you will know how your school is doing. >> reporter: critics like becky smith believe it's not enough. limited testing gives people a false sense of security. >> this problem is going to have a lot of zeros in it, as far as big price tag to remove all of the lead piping. >> jason: testing has starting and continue to fall. dep posted the results online. and we have a link to that on fox25boston.com. >> heather: nice work there. and i don't know, it seems pretty cool outside. the sun is out. so hopefully it will warm up later today. >> heather: yeah, in the 50s now, but we won't need a jacket later today. >> yeah, 50s to 60s. i probably won't. but some might. >> heather: it's nice to wear a jacket. >> jason: definitely football weather. >> maybe a nice pupper vest. >> jason: the vest. >> jason brewer: very good call.
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want to recap the rain, right now bringing the cool air. but we did get good rain for north shore residents especially peabody, lynn, near the wakefield area, that green blob you're seeing that's about three quarters of an inch of rain or maybe more much needed not a drought buster but we take what we can get from the severe drought. you see half inch amounts pep rel over to southern new hampshire and near gardner as well. now watching the clearing line. that's taking place across the north shore. cod canal. still fairly cloudy, cape cod the islands the south coast armed 10:00 in the morning, cape cod brightens up. and by soon, we start to brighten up on the islands as well. take a look at the current temperatures, see the blues up there in northern new england, that's the even cooler air of course. you can see what the front has done, brought us back to the 30s and 40s, typical this time of the year. your tee time a bit of a north
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overall. with middle 60s at noon today and holding there at 2:00. high temperatures hitting the mid and upper 60s in southern new hampshire. we'll be there around the boston area over to natick and foxboro. the upper 60s. and we're going to go into the mid and upper 60s from the south shore back special in toward middleboro. up to 68 there today. and as we begin to break into a bit of sun. nantucket and the vineyard will be in the mid to upper 60s as well. now overnight tonight, the coolest spots, well, norwood, we know that. it's readings be wind lying wind protected areas coldest tonight in the upper 30s. the rest of the areas mainly in the 40s. upper 40s in boston. if you're in that 10 miles an hour wind, it's going to feel more like the lower 40s out there on your sunday morning. now we don't have any frost advisories for our viewing area. but i want to show you this northwestern mass. vermont, that's tomorrow morning, frost may be developing. this may be expanded a bit
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keene and athol if you live in one of those low lying spots tonight. tomorrow morning, a chance for frost to get a little more widespread. let's look at the tropics i'm showing you this because we have tropical storm karl just past east of bermuda, that's the visible satellite photograph. you can see the tropical storm close to island, but moving east of there, 685 miles from nantucket. but as it winds up and moves away and high pressure over breezy air that's going to take over into tomorrow. then we have this storm back over the north -- the rockies in the western u.s. we've got rain at the pacific northwest, higher elevation snow out there. it's a slow moving storm and going to bring us rain on tuesday. possibly beyond. too early to tell how quick it could move out of here. i just mentioned rain into the ladder part of the upcoming week. >> jason: we want to show you
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were able to untangle this whale off the cape. boaters originally found that whale tangled in hundreds of feet of line and buoy in its upper jaw. they're keeping a close watch on the whale as it recovers these it's going to do okay and tracking it with a buoy. a local mom concerned about her child bus stop, the sex offender near the bus stop. >> he's been out times a total. >> jason: an exciting time for fire and the patriots undefeated. fox 25 butch stearns following i just want what's best for my kids. when i hear arguments that massachusetts needs more charter schools, i think: what about the students in all of our schools? every new charter takes away more money from the existing public schools. that's 400 million dollars, just last year. we can't afford to drain even more money from our kids' schools because they're already losing so much.
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>> reporter: hi everybody, i'm butch stearns and here's your sports for saturday morning. tonight, at 6:10 in st. pete, rick porcello will take the mound against tampa looking for his 22nd win of the year. and the red sox will be looking for their 10th win in a row. 2 sox are surging right now. friday night david ortiz the two run shot off against chris archer, 120 rbis for the year. the only runs the sox got and the only ones they needed because drew gave u home run to mikey ma took. that was it. five strong innings, strike out for pomeranz third win. subsidying zeigler ends it. jacoby brissett will not require surgery. he injured the thumb sometime in the third quarter against the texans.
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their next game. sunday, october 2nd when the buffalo bills come to gillette. brissett or jimmy garoppolo could be ready by that time. it's also likely that they bring another quarterback by that time. after 24 years, kevin is retiring from the nash. good luck, kevin. go to fox25boston.com for high school game day coverage. this past week, it was in westwood. have a great saturday, everybody. i'm butch stearns. >> jason: and we continue to follow breaking news out of washington state. morning pour a gunman who shot and killed five people in a shopping mall. coming up at 9:00, we'll hear from a witness about the chaos and confusion at that scene when those bullets started flying through a macy's store. >> jason brewer: right now, i'll expect you when to expect the coolest this weekend straight ahead. >> heather: plus a family forced to wait for years about answers for loved ones long after they died. >> you wake up, go to sleep,
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nespresso. what else? . >> jason brewer: right now on fox 25 morning news, i'm tracking the temperatures behind this front and where frost could be a concern this weekend. >> we're following breaking news overnight out of washington state after death toll from a mall shooting continues to rise.
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i'm shocked. >> this morning, the gunman remains on the run. the desperate search for that suspect that has an entire community in lock down. plus a change of heart from ted cruz. >> i'm not going to deny that i have had some differences with the republican candidate. >> heather: why the former presidential candidate now says he's voting for donald trump and the fight over free speech that accomodation to a head this mo seem as dire as they seem. the silver lining regarding the patriots quarterback dilemma. >> complete new england news starts right now. this fox 25 morning news. >> heather: hey, good morning, out there. thanks so much for watching fox 25 morning news. we made it to saturday. >> jason: it feels good. >> heather: it does. it's 9:00 in morning. sunny out there, september 24th, i'm heather hegedus. >> jason: i'm jason law. on this beautiful new seth we can see right outside.
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morning, doesn't it? >> heather: yeah, a great weekend to be outside. >> jason: first full weekend of the fall season. >> jason brewer: it is feeling every bit like fall. down to south of us now, dry cool air filtering down to the south of it. 52 hyannis, 52 keene, the other end of the spectrum at noon, in the middle and lower 60s in spots. still clouds for the islands. even that, it will start to brighten up into the 5:00 with mid and upper 60s. now, on sunday morning, watch out for some frost as you get into northwestern mass. there's a better chance for frost into parts of central mass. as we get into monday morning. i've got more on the chill that we're feeling this weekend coming up. >> jason: we're going to start this hour with the breaking news on the west coast where police are still searching for the gunman that include five people
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erupting inside the macy's store right near the make up counter in the city of burlington about an hour north of seattle. police say a man with a rifle entered that store around 7:00 last night west coast time and began firing. witnesses say if you can imagine, it was just chaos as customers ran out of there for their lives. so far authorities have only released this blurry photo right here. they say this was the man who was the shooter. he is described as a man in his 20s. they do believe he and then took off toward the highway. no word on a possible motive. police are warning he's armed and extremely dangerous. and they're urging people in that area to remain on high alert this morning. >> the most chaotic i've seen in a while. and the most chaotic that to me, since i've been here, i wouldn't think this would even happen here. so i'm shocked. >> heather: so right now, we're still about 30 minutes from sunrise on the west coast where
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police are sweeping neighborhoods in that area, though, but they do admit they have few leads at this point. the fbi is also on scene there. they've been reviewing intelligence information to make sure that additional attacks aren't planned. >> jason: this morning, police here at home are searching for a man accused of assaulting a woman on boston's most popular walking trail. the victim told police she was walking near jamaica pond thursday night when a man reached out and grabbed her. she wasn't alone, she was walking with a friend and now surprised they say it's a mostly lit and safe area to be. >> so scary, i was just thinking about that, actually, running around. i was like, nah, it's perfectly safe. >> jason: boston police stepped up patrols in the area and asking people there to report any past incidents. and chelsea police looking for incidents this morning, in a double stabbing of two high school students. sky fox over the scene at everett and main tell streets yesterday afternoon. police say the two victims are in serious condition this morning. they're now looking for a man in
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and this time, they believe he may not have acted alone. >> heather: stoughton police still searching for a man who shot a teenager inside a cvs. they're looking for this man right here, marcus pierre louise. officers say he shot an 18-year-old who was at the register counter checking out thursday afternoon. at this point, a 15-year-old and a 16-year-old has been arrested and charged with conspiracy and assault with intent to kill. but the continues. his neighbors say detectives have come to their doors. >> it's a little scary, knowing that somebody that brazen who would do something in been public in a cvs store is living in our neighborhood. >> heather: the store has confirmed to fox 25 that one of the teens arrested was a relative of the shooter. >> jason: another night and round of protest in charlotte. hundreds took to the streets in peaceful demonstrations, carrying signs and marching throughout the streets. this was the fourth night of
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killed by an african american police officer earlier this week. this morning, we have a new look at the incident from the cell phone of the wife of the man who was killed. we have to warn you this morning, that parts of this video you may find disturbing. >> don't let him break the windows. come on out of the car. >> reporter: new video released by lawyers for the scott family show the tense moments before and immediately after tuesday's officer-involved shooting. >> he doesn't have a gun. he has a pbi. he is not going to do anything to you guys. >> reporter: video recorded by scott's wife doesn't show if scott had a gun. a police source says a loaded gun was recovered from the scene with scott's fingerprints. protesters are calling for the release of two other videos recorded by police. police have one video from another officer's body camera another from a dashboard camera. charlotte's mayor says all of the videos taken together do not paint a clear picture of what
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videos have a blurred or obscured or not precise enough view of what was going on. >> scott's family watched the videos as well. their lawyer wants the videos released to the public released now. >> it shows a confused man, befuddled, stepping back from what he perceives to be a threat. >> jason: the protesters did briefly shut down a highway down there. but police were able to get them to clear charlotte to run from midnight until 6:00 in the morning. >> heather: back here at home, the head of the mbta police wants his officers to wear body camera. he says it would increase security and accountability. something transit police would discuss with the union involved first. but sullivan says they have a strong relationship. sullivan also wants to equip trains with surveillance cameras and would start with the red line because they are in the
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cars to the system any way. to election 2016 now. and ted cruz, once donald trump's bitter rival, is finally throwing his support behind the republican presidential nominee. he announced his endorsement to a facebook post yesterday afternoon and followed up with an attack on democratic nominee hillary clinton. >> i'm not going to deny that i've had some differences with the republican candidate. absolutely certain, which is that hillary clinton is a train wreck. >> heather: cruz says he's keeping the promise he made a year ago to support whichever candidate got the republican nomination and says he's totally committed to beating clinton. >> jason: clashed with donald trump signs of every size, his city not too happy about it. that man has been ordered to take all of those signs down.
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live in haverhill this morning, over the man holding a rally over the free speech issue. it looks like the rally is just about to start. >> reporter: yeah, heather. there are some people here this morning. a couple dozen people. a good crowd for a saturday morning. the man who lives here, we did speak with him about an hour ago. he said it's not so much about donald trump but more so about free speech. that home own other's name is richard hurley. and you can see his lawn is covered with donald trump signs of t has an ordinance saying political campaign signs cannot exceed a maximum of 32 square feet. the sign has fined him $300 for every day they stay up. but he's prepared to go to court over them with this. >> i don't think they can tell people what to do on their property. if you're paying taxes on your property, who are they tell you what to do. i understand there's difference of opinions i understand that. when you get to this point now, just forget, it's our property -- it's my property.
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>> and richard says the rally will be open to the support of any candidate. again, it's not so much about donald trump but more about free speech of you can see a couple of dozen people here this morning. a lot of people we've spoken to, say they're all about free speech. not so much about donald trump. you so far, though, most of the supporters of the candidates that we've seen here this morning are donald trump supporters. we'll be hearing from them coming up tonight on fox 25 news at 6:00. for now, live in haverhill, jessica >> heather: jess, thanks. meantime, senator elizabeth warren is in new hampshire campaigning for hillary clinton. she'll be in nashua at 10:00 a.m., before heading to manchester for a kick off event. and headed to unh in the afternoon. meantime, republican vice-presidential nominee mike pence will be joining a rally at milford town auditorium hours before the presidential debate
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drew a huge crowd in manchester. and once trump and clinton face off in their first debate. fox 25 will be there. you can watch it right here on monday night. starting at 9 o'clock p.m. and fox 25 political reporter sharman sacchetti will be in new york for us, you'll be able to catch her live reports both before and after the debate this coming monday. >> sometimes you just get hot at the right time. about a week before the playoffs are set to begin the bosto nine straight wins, going for win number ten tonight in tampa. last night david ortiz clubbed a two run moon shot off chris archer in the first and gave the red sox all the runs they needed. they won last night 2-1. magic number down to four wins with 8 regular season gapes lefto go in the season. more on the quarterback dill legalna in foxboro. sources tell butch stearns that
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and he's not going to need surgery. the pats do have a little bit of time to figure out what to do with the quarterback position week four next sunday when they most the buffalo bills in gillette. >> heather: thousands of dollars worth of equipment stolen from a local business. come up, we'll tell you about the ploy used to lure the thief right back to the scene of the crime. >> jason: first this saturday, a local mom worried about a registered sex offender daughter's bus stop. the mom's demands and what that
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the man entered 7:00 last night west coast time and he began firing. police do believe he acted alone and took off toward the highway. we're continuing to monitor the situation for you. we let you know if anything develops. keep it right here for the latest. back here at home, a local mother is worried that her daughter's bus stop is too close to the registered level 3 sex offender. when she went to the school with her concern, they told her, there's not much they can do. that mother and with the neighbor who she is worried about. >> good job. >> reporter: it might seem odd for a mom to know exactly how many times a neighbor has been outside in his yard this fall. what if that neighbor is a level 3 sex offender. in massachusetts, level 3 is a classification given to those considered most likely to reoffend. >> out of the 12 school days he's been out nine times this year. >> reporter: this school bus stop where allison robert's
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picked up is on the end of the street the family lives on. one house down from the 15-year-old steven reynolds in the early 90s, reynolds served prison time for indecent assault and battery on a child under the age of 14. >> i can't tell somebody they can't come outside. but because it comes outside at the bus stop for a particular amount of time, i feel that it's an issue. >> reporter: she's saying that you come outside every time the kids are getting on and off the bus. >> how can i do that when i'm working? >> ror speak with us when we knocked on his door. if he's outside, he says it's only to do yard work or watch the birds? >> they're overreacting because they cannot get past that you're a registered sex offender. >> reporter: when allison first complained last school year, school administrators reversed the bus route, allowing allison's girls to get off of the opposite side of reynolds home. but allison say it's still too close for comfort.
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home. >> it seems like a very easy fix. it's one bus stop, one cul-de-sac, two children, there's no other stops on the cul-de-sac, it's very simple. >> reporting in middleboro, i'm ted daniel, fox 25 news. >> heather: and the superintendent of middleboro schools released this statement to us, saying in part that the bus route and bus stop have been in place since 1991 and aside from this complaint, he says he does not know of any other incidents. >> jason: all right. jason brewer is here now and it the stuff we don't like, the clouds, the rain, stuff that could ruin a weekend. >> heather: no way ahead of myself. >> jason: i see all of that stuff rolled through overnight while we were sleeping right now looking like a nice day. >> jason brewer: yeah, going to be great. still lingering cloud cover the cape and islands, even those clouds will move away. we'll all brighten up. we do get good, needed rain, just anywhere from half an inch to three quarters of an inch in those spots on the north shore. we had three quarters in boston.
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the cape and islands, .10 inch or less. now feeling cooler five degrees cooler than yesterday at this time. a north wind taking over. so the humidity is gone. dew points in the 40s now. feeling dry. they're going to be in the 30s tonight. that's going to let temperatures drop down. here are your high temperatures today. we'll number the upper 60s in southborough but only the lower to middle 60s worcester to spencer and temperatures in mid and upper 60s in essex county. along the north natick, dedham upper 60s for you. hudson at 67 today. and we'll see temperatures in the mid 60s along the south shore. a little warmer going back across the interior part of plymouth county, say at new bedford at 70 today. we'll keep it in the middle 60s on cape cod and for the vineyard and nantucket. even there, they're brightening up as we head into the afternoon. tomorrow morning, we have frost advisories. western mass. into southern vermont. there's not going to be any
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city tonight. certainly those normally colder pockets some upper 30s. and if you look at one of those low lying wind protected areas you can expect some 30s overnight. so norwood, probably the upper 30s for you. worcester, lower 40s for you. upper 40s in boston. and i think lower 40s along the north and the south shore. then on monday morning, a better chance for 30s area wide. i don't think we have any frost concerns in boston yet. but those normally colder pockets like norwood might have to monitor for some on monday morning. tuesday our next rainmaker arrives. this is a slow moving storm system that may end up installing out around here. that's why i mentioned that low mention of rain at least through the mention of next week. too early to tell exactly how this will payout. it's nor torously difficult to forecast. you'll want to stay with us if you've got plans. back with more on that in the next half hour. >> heather: it sounds like a great weekend for charity walks
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one of those happening this weekend, is military men and women gathering at castle island. this one a run honoring marine veteran michael kennedy, that's the boston firefighter who died in the back bay fire in 2014. the mission is to bring service members together who are suffering the after affects of war. they're working to stem the tie of veteran suicides. >> these hikes are actually all about the cure. it's bringing guys together they use as a coping mechanism when they're in the service. and these hikes pop up all across the country. >> heather: it breaks out at 9:30 at castle island of the route hasn't been made public because of security concerns following last week's targeting of similar event in new jersey. >> jason: 9:30 this saturday. a school district accused of shaming kids who can't pay for lunch, says that's not the case at all. the new program that is aimed at
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>> heather: plus cause of death pending of the frustrating delays uncovered by "fox 25 investigates" for hundreds one in eight women will face breast cancer. early detection can mean the difference between life and death.
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>> jason: pennsylvania school district accused of shaming kids who can't pay for lunch says that's not what's going on at all. you may remember the story from earlier this week on fox 25, the worker complained that she had to take away a hot lunch from two students because of a new program cracking down on delinquent lunch bills. she said one student had tears in his eye when she gave him a cold sandwich instead. she posted the story online and it blew up and went viral. the superintendent says hot taken away. >> telling this story on facebook and to television stations? >> i really can't answer that. but it is quite unfortunate. >> why would i make this up? i'm not a liar and i don't lie and i don't appreciate this attack on my character. they're making themselves look even worse. >> jason: as for the student that the worker claimed had tears in his eyes the superintendent says that's not right. he says the cashier realized the boy had an account and had been
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yesterday, the retail giant target got rid of hundreds of little kids shopping carts because of complaints and i wished we had video yesterday this morning, my wish came true because we do have video. >> heather: you love this one. ow. >> jason: she does it again. keep doing it kid, demon mini cards showed up last month and immediately parents had issues. target told helped entertain their kids kept them busy more so harder because kids would run into displays knock them over or even run into other shoppers. they're like little brats. >> heather: never watch that videos, they're not local border bridge wait times. but i cringe because -- >> jason: those kids are local border bridge wait times. >> heather: kids don't have any kind of sense of the harm they're having when they bump right into you.
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border bridge wait times. >> heather: an epic battle between rattlesnakes battling it out on a porch trying to win over a girl snake watching underneath a grill. snakes don't have arms or legs, how do they duke it out? they don't use their mouth, they try to get higher up and push the other one down. we were likening this to a game of thumb war here. this went on and on for horn three hours apparently. no word on w girl. >> jason: kind of hip pot nick, kind of lose yourself in that trans. i wouldn't want to be the person to separate them. >> heather: it really does remind me of a thumb war, one, two, three four, snake war. >> jason: the girl in the corner. >> jason brewer: she was charmed. thank you, that just came out. sometimes it happens. >> heather: still bright at this hour. >> jason brewer: second cup
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sunnier skies as well. still clouds linger for the cape and islands. even those begin to clear out. i've got a timeline for you and talking the frost concerns straight ahead. >> jason: this weekend, lines out of the doors outside of local churches. the relic thousands of faithful turned out to see. >> heather: plus continuing to stay on to have breaking news out of washington state this morning. where police continue to search for a suspect who killed five people inside a mall there. the gunfire macy's store in the city of burlington an hour north of seattle. they say a man with a rifle entered that store around 7:00 west coast time they believe he acted alone. the shooting in that mall and then taking off towards the highway. no word my prescription costs keep going up. it's more expensive every year. it would be a lot cheaper to buy my medication from canada. kelly ayotte voted to block consumers from buying safe medicines from canada. and voted against
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. complete new england news coverage continues right now of this is fox 25 morning news. >> heather: happy saturday, everybody. take a look at this beautiful this is live look at the skyline in boston from our city cam. and it's perfect out there. picture perfect. a little bit of clouds in the background. but watching the weather improve all morning long. >> jason: we'll take it. when we started at 6:00 a.m. there were a lot of clouds in the sky. when we came into work, it was wet. >> heather: it was, a lot of wet leaves on the ground too. looks like a nice day for apple picking and corn mazes that kind of thing. >> jason: the u. mass. football game at gillette later.
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more leaves coming down soon, i was talking about the leaves on the road today. >> jason brewer: yeah, that's right, the drought not helping that either, the leaves not going to hang on as long. but we did get rain overnight and there's more of that to come. news on that straight ahead. we're watching the lingering clouds right now hanging around, cape cod, vineyard, nantucket, told you 10:00 a.m., clearing at cape cod. that looks indeed to be the case. temperatures in upper 60s, heading fo 60s for lunchtime and here are your 5:00 numbers mid to upper 60s. so much more fall feel to the air. temperatures below normal today. and even cooler tomorrow as much more on the chilly nights we'll be feeling too straight ahead. >> jason: up date on breaking news on the west coast. where police, still at this hour, searching for the gunman who killed five people inside of a shopping mall in washington state. >> heather: a terrifying situation there. that gunfire erupting inside a
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counter an hour north of seattle. in burlington, washington. police say a man with a rifle entered the store around 7:00 west coast time and started shooting. as you can imagine, witnesses say it was chaos as customers ran out for their lives. authorities released this blurry image right here of this man they say was the shooter, they believe he acted alone and took off toward the highway. they're warning people that he is extremely dangerous and asking people in the area to be on high alert. >> for the shooter. again, caution people, stay indoors, stay secure, if you see something, say something. but definitely stay, lowed down in your houses until we can get this guy caught. >> heather: again, the death toll now risen from four to five. four women killed, one man killed, all survivors were bussed to a nearby church to wait for their families. police have been canvassing those neighborhoods near the mall all night. and at this point, about 6:30 in
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daylight now, that will help with their search effortly the fbi on the scene, they're helping with the investigation as well. >> jason: back here at home, a man accused of saufrlting a woman on popular walking trail. the victim told police, she was walking on jamaica pond thursday night when a man grabbed her. she wasn't walking alone. she had a friend with her. boston police are stepping up patrols and asking anyone to report any past incidents >> chelsea police a suspect this morning of stabbing of two high school students. sky fox over the scene yesterday afternoon. the victims are in serious condition this morning and this morning e.r. they're looking for a man about 20 years old with short spike key hair. at this time, police believe he may not have acted ahoney. >> heather: a hanover firefighter is fighting for his life after a freak dent sat his home. he was cutting a tree branch when he fell 20 feet of of a
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condition. his fellow firefighters are rallying behind the 33-year-old though. they tell us he had only been on the job two and a half years. >> it's hard enough that it happened and it happened to one of our own. but it brings it to another level when it's your guys going to the accident and treating him. >> heather: the hanover fire department, though, is holding a fund-raiser this morning for the hawes people to try to help them out. all of toward hawes's medical bills. to learn more about how you can help, go to our website, fox25boston.com. crews in milford had to rescue one of their own yesterday after part of the ceiling collapsed during a house fire. you can see right here, crews helping that firefighter down a stretcher. and the state fire marshal tells fox 25 that firefighter was taken to the hospital with a shoulder injury. that fire started yesterday at a duplex on hillside avenue.
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fire in that home's attic. >> jason: we have an up indicate on a missing man in plymouth this morning. he has been found safer. he got separated from his wife while the two were shopping yesterday. he was missing for hours before he was finally found. no word on where he was located but police say he is doing okay this morning. >> heather: only on fox 25 this morning, police in canton are searching for a greedy thief who was caught on camera stealing thousands of dollars worth of tools from a local landscaping business. it shows the man crouching down, even right there, shielding his face, trying to avoid being caught on camera as he snatches a saw from that truck. but that saw actually wasn't even worth that much money. you see, it had been left by the owner of the truck to try to lure the criminal back a week after $2,000 worth of saws and a blower were stolen. the business owner says he came
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>> closing up alone. so i just have an idea to clean out my best broken saw. and place it in a spot where we can get a better video of the thief, should he come back. >> heather: the bold thief, as you see, took the bait and now that business owner is sharing the video on social media, hoping someone recognizes this man and calls police. >> jason: allegations of racism at pinkerton academy in ne disciplinary action this weekend. fox 25 viewers sent us videos of teens in black face and wrapped in confederate flags. some found it offensive and others say it was part of spirit week. >> that's not trying to hurt anybody, we have paint on our face every other day, just a different color. >> jason: this week, the school is investigating and tell fox
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>> heather: hoping to get a glimpse of a religious relic. this was the scene last night in the south end where the lines were out the door at the cathedral there. this is the first time a relic saint has left italy. padre was canonized by pope john paul the second in 2002 and one of the most revered saints in the catholic church and many cures and miracles attributed to him. considered a relic. that relic we look to as a sign as the saint's presence as we pray to the saint. >> heather: give you an idea of how many people were out there, 20,000 people estimated to wait in line to catch a glimpse of the relic. >> jason: lines out the door. >> this morning, splash of color added to the streets of dorchester. how the first street mural in the city is adding to public safety. >> heather: plus we're seeing a
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gangster sweet letters al capone wrote to his son sold at a local auction next week. >> jason brewer: and we're feeling cooler this morning. temperatures in the upper 50s right now. but we're not going to be getting too much warmer today.
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>> jason: new smithsonian museum opening up its doors today.
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the tickets free but sold out. don't have any to give out for the next two moss at the african american history museum. includes items like michael jordan's jersey and chuck barre's cadillac. it traces from slavery to modern day. >> i don't know what i'm going to do. probably going to cry. probably going to be too much. the demand to get into the museum is very high. ticket scapsca tickets for more than 100 bucks a ticket. >> heather: scalpers, wow. a rare look at a nor torous gangster headed for the auction block right here in cambridge. the three page letter from al capone to his son is going to be auctioned off next week. in this letter, capone shows a softer side, a side you might not expect from a gangster. he even signs the letter, love
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85. 85 was his number at alcatraz. the letter is expected to fetch around $50,000. >> jason: classy dad, right? >> heather: hey, he loved his son. robbing and in desperate need of repair. coming up at 8:00, the newly re revital lizesation project that is piece of massachusetts history. >> jason: plus "fox 25 investigates" family that wants k
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>> heather: stay on top of the breaking news out of washington state for you, where police continue to search for a gunman who killed five people inside of a shopping mall. it has now been more than 10 hours s since that shooting happened and police have still
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announced any kind of a motive. four women and a man were killed when that gunman opened fire inside of an macy's. you can see the suspect is wearing a t-shirt and believed to be in 20s, believe he acted alone and took off on the highway. canvassing neighborhoods near the mall. we'll continue to keep you update on the fox 25 news app on fox25boston.com. we'll have the latest on fox 25 tonight. investigates" hearing from more families who say they've been forced to wait months, even years for answers about loved ones who have passed away. investigative reporter eric rasmussen reports it's putting a spotlight on major delays at the state medical examiner's office. >> anybody even just once, you forget them. >> reporter: 27 years old, an e.m.t. in south boston. >> this matt's badge.
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his sleep more than two years ago. his mother still doesn't know why. >> you think about what happened to him, why, you don't know. he helped save people. he saved so many lives. and then to have his taken away. you can't find out what happened to him. >> reporter: despite the family's call to the state medical examiner every month, king's official cause of death remains pending. in a similar case, the family jennifer ol-dan, only got answers after "fox 25 investigates" started asking questions. >> i was always wondering are there other people in my position. >> reporter: both cases seemingly held up by a backlog of paperwork. with you the medical examiner's office declined repeated requests to talk about it on camera. records show that office is still falling short of a professional standard to complete 90% of autopsy reports in 90 days. >> reporter: does it bother you to know that the answer might be sitting in an office somewhere?
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office. it's all sitting there waiting to get looked over, to come up with an answer. >> reporter: until then, an important part of the grieving process for this mom remains incomplete. >> you just want to know. i mean, what happened? >> reporter: for "fox 25 investigates," i'm eric rasmussen. >> jason: 9:47 this morning. hey, if you're driving through dorchester this weekend, you want to take a look at this. this is the first street mural in all of boston. several community groups got together to paint this on park. it's beautiful. street signs slow down traffic experts say, making streets safer as drivers slow down to get a closer look. but drivers tell us the public art display does a lot more. >> it brings life and revitalizations to the neighborhoods engages residents and people in a great way. an all around great thing to do for the neighborhood. >> heather: it is kind of pretty. it's expected to stay in the
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a half. >> heather: we've been telling you for week about how the aging may flower two fell short of the fund-raising goal. now a federal institute has awarded plymouth plantation with nearly $150,000 in grant money to replace rot, wood on the ship's hull. they hope to have it sea worthy for the pilgrim's landing in 2020. back here looking like a wonderful fall weekend to be but maybe in a corn maze or apple picking. >> jason brewer: apple orchard, hey ride. >> heather: anything fall. >> jason brewer: nice and sunny. a cloud cover for the vineyard but even nantucket, those claires will start to clear out this afternoon. after the 80s yesterday, really feeling a lot different right now. five to ten degrees cooler. but comparatively speaking, with yesterday's highs well above
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front. our greater boston area forecast how about mid and upper 60s today. the north wind about 5 to 15. we'll see gusts 25 miles an hour possible behind this front. we're trying up the moisture we have from overnight. no more rain any time soon. after lower numbers in the 60s, worcester, auburn, mid 60s, boylston high of 66 brockton middleboro, a few degrees cooler along the shore of plymouth county and cape cod, middle we'll see temperatures there for nantucket and the vineyard too. now, overnight, i'm not too concerned about frost in our immediate viewing area but northwestern mass. southern vermont, we have frost advisories. first ones of the season. so sensitive plants need to be protected. we've got a couple of hours of those temperatures down in the frost zone that could do some damage. so overnight lows in the upper 40s in boston. no frost. low 40s north south shore. upper 40s cape cod.
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if you live in one of those low lying spots away from any of the wind, you could get a patch of frost. so just be careful if you have any of those sensitive plants out tonight. now, tomorrow, in the morning, it's going to be cool for the marathon walk, jimmy fund, lots of folks heading to hopkinton, wellesley, there's various symptoms along the route, walking the entire way, 40s in the morning, giving way to lower 60s at 3:00. copley square in about 60 degrees and looking very sunny on sunday. now the big picture, we've got a storm back here over the rockies. high elevations, snow, this thing will be picked up. moved into new england on tuesday with just rain of course. but it does look like anywhere from a half inch or more could fall on tuesday with this slow moving storm system. and it's slow moving. so the question is, how quickly does it get out of here of this
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right now i'm just going to leave it with a 20, 30% rain chance for the rest of the week. although it could clear out quicker or more slowly, of course sarah has an update tonight on fox 25. >> heather: okay. this is new at 9:00, after weeks of waiting the corpse flower at dartmouth college is fully in full bloom this morning and this actually a live feed that you're checking out right now from the school's greenhouse. you can see the pedals have opened up. crowds are already inside there. pedals but you can certainly see the crowds. apparently breathing in the awful stench and taking pictures can be pretty difficult. it's a smelly flower, stinky as you said. i wish we had smell vision. apparently it smells like a corpse, though. it's likened to actually, rotting meat or decomposing flesh. so you can imagine that. and it only blooms every six years. so live look right there at
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>> jason: hashtag stinky flower. up next, the ways my prescription costs keep going up. it's more expensive every year. it would be a lot cheaper to buy my medication from canada. kelly ayotte voted to block consumers from buying safe medicines from canada. and voted against lower cost generic drugs. kelly ayotte gets all that money from the big drug industry. hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions. when you take all that money it just changes you. kelly ayotte's not working for us.
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>> reporter: it's officially fall and there are exciting ways to celebrate the beautiful season around town this weekend. first up, the third annual fall festival in waltham. live music from local bands, a great selection of local craft beers, a giant pumpkin drop and plenty of entertainment for the kids, the perfect way to kick off the weekend. next up, what's the fluff? that's right. flufr.
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it celebrates the invention of marsh mali fluff. next year should be quite the bash. music, cooking contest and fluff themed games and activities. so what the fluff? find out for yourself this afternoon. and finally lace up tomorrow or get on the sidelines to support the boston marathon jimmy fund walk. join thousands on the boston marathon walk on for the dana farber fight against for the event and raised. and for more about what's happening around town. make sure to have the around town tab and around town on fox25boston.com. make it a great one, whatever you do. i'm michelle lazcano.
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