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>> theo epstein does it again. the cubs are in the world series, the reason red sox fans may be shaking their heads this morning. >> welcome on this chilly sunday morning, it's 6 a.m. and i'm jason law. >> you sound like you have had coffee. >> yeah, two cups, two cups. >> i'm stephanie probably heard the trees rattling and the wind very strong for yet another day. meteorologist shiri spear is in the weather traffic center and, shiri, you are looking at a wind advisory right now? thef yeah, we have a wind advisory that will go until 6:00 this evening because it is just so blustery out there. winds are sustained at 15-25. gusts as high as about 40, maybe 45 miles per hour at some of the higher elevations. we will be concerned about wind damage today, possible power outages as well. starting things off in the 40s
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40 degrees in worcester, 44 nashua and new hampshire, yes, we have a couple sprinkles still left on the map in nashua near plymouth and new bedford and the cape. these showers will wind down quickly and you can see by 8 a.m. going with a dry forecast, 44 degrees. but, we still have lingering clouds. after that we clear out. we get highs today into the 50s up to the latest on a very blustery start to next week coming up. back to you. >> all right, shiri. developing this morning a search sundaysway for a 16 year-old boy who disappeared during the rain storm friday nigh seen leaving a friend's house in nashua, new hampshire. fox 25's jim morelli is live in nashua this morning and, jim, police believe the boy may have been actually second into a storm drain? >> reporter: well, that is one of the possibilities. last friday, nashua got a powerful rain storm, about 3" fell and it was particularly intense between the hours of 8:00 and 9:00. about an hour after that, nashua police got a call from somebody
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an open storm drain. the caller raising that possibility, because they saw some personal debris around that storm drain. police responded, did not find anybody. but the next morning they got a call from a father who said that his 16 year-old son, jacob go lay (^), had been gone all night. he was supposed to have been walking home from a friend's house and he would have been walking home during that powerful rain storm. >> wife is home bawl, the wreck and just awful. not knowing. and it's a cold night. it is wet. if he is in the water . . . hard to deal with. >> and today, the search is set to resume for jacob go lay. the merrimac nashua rivers and the city's storm drainage system, they say the search is still active and they will be holding a press conference at noon, but we have no other information and the police will
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live in nashua, jim morelli, fox 25 news. >> thank you. this morning, we are learning more about the two men who died when the trench they were working in collapsed on top of them. the globe named callvin maddox and robert higgins as the two men killed on dartmouth street friday afternoon. fox 25 has been looking into how this happened and the company those men were working for. this morning, our robert goulston reports on the new details we have uncovered about atlantic drain's history of >> it was horrible. it was horrible. i was praying. i was crying. it was horrible. and i never seen anything like that. >> measuretha colone heard the workers from the atlantic drain service yelling for help outside her south end apartment. >> a young man was just, justing and looking inside the hole. >> who workers never made it out. it took into the night to recover their bodies from the trench that filled with water and collapsed after a water main
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because atlantic shares a building with his roslindale business. he said the owner and other workers are devastated. >> everyone here. >> fox 25 found dozens of osha violations against atlantic since 2007, they have been cited for 16 serious violations, 6 repeated violations, and two left-hand lane violations. >> some of the fines against atlantic drain service have involved trench safety. in the past, osha said, they have allowed people to work 12 feet down protection. >> fox 25 also learn atlantic has tens of thousands in unpaid fines that osha is trying to recoup through debt collections. we talked to the massachusetts coalition for safety and health, a workplace safety advocacy group, that is concerned the company could get the necessary permits to do trench work with this safety record. >> if there are huge gaping holes in our state law and in our permitting process that allows an employer to claim that
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procedures, and yet, they have a history of violating them. >> city officials telling fox 25, they could not comment on the case because of the ongoing investigation. in boston, robert goulston, fox 25 news. >> some good news from the boston police department. the second officer injured in the east boston shooting has now been released from the hospital. officer matt morse has been discharged from mass. general. boston police tell fox 5 officer morris still has a long road to recovery, and he will treatment at spaulding rehab. officer richard cintolo (^) was released from mass. general last week. >> this morning, brockton police are searching for a driver that hit three people and took off. this happened on main street yesterday. and according to police, all three people were hurt. one of the victims was even left lying in the middle of the road. police have not released any information about the suspect's car. >> this morning we now know the name of the person killed after driving his bike into the back of a tow trunk. investigators say ronald corey
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truck. this is video from the scene friday morning and you can see a bike sitting under the bed of that truck. the 45 year-old died at the hospital. investigators learned the driver of the tow truck was blocking the bicycle lane. we are working to find out if that driver will face any charges. brockton police are investigating a stabbing that left one man hurt outside a bar. this happened around 2 a.m. behind joe angelo's the man was brought to boston medical center. we are working to find out if police have made any arrestst. right now police are searching for a gunman who killed a 15 year-old boy and his 11 year-old sister during a home invasion in georgia. several other kids, one as young as six, were at the house at the time. one of those kids called 911 after seeing the shooting yesterday morning. the children's parents were not home at the the time. and this morning, police are following several leads, but they have not identify a suspect or possible motive. developing right now, a manhunt
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inmates escaped from prison. the police say heavily armed individuals led an uprising that turned into a riot and killed a guard. this morning, it's not clear if the people that started the uprising were prisoners or people from the outside. s.w.a.t. teams and defense teams are searching rlt escapees, a dozen have been captured (^). >> marty walsh headed north to new hampshire to campaign for hillary knock on doors for the democratic nominee. and walsh isn't the only massachusetts democrat campaigning for clinton in new hampshire. senator elizabeth warren will join clinton in manchester for a rally tomorrow. and with election day quickly approaching, the 2016 presidential candidates are working hard to court voters. mike emanuel reports from philadelphia, where both candidates gave big campaign speeches in the key swing state of pennsylvania. >> >> reporter: republican
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first 100 days in office, if he wins next month's election. trump promised to ban white house and congressional officials from being officials after leaving office. >> a constitutional amendment to institute term limits on members of cong, a requirement for every new federal regulation two existing regulations must be eliminated. >> campaigning in pennsylvania, trump also lashing out at against the women who accused him of sexual assault, including woman. >> he grabbed each of us tightly in a hug and kissed each one of us without asking permission. >> every woman lied when they came forward to hurt my campaign. all of these liars will be sued after the election is over. >> meanwhile, more wikileaks revelations about what clinton's advisers think about catholics and evangelical protests, the
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tank in 2011 when she and others were e-mailing why some conservative republicans are catholic, pal merry wrote (^), quote, i imagine they think it is the most socially acceptable political religion their rich friends wouldn't understand if they became evangelical, clinton campaigning in pennsylvania made no mention of the wikileaks scandal. >> that was the third and last time i will ever have to debate donald trump. i mean, think about this. i stage with donald, proving once again i have the stamina to be president of the united states. >> reporter: with election day a little more than two weeks away, the candidates will work through the weekend with clinton traveling to battleground north carolina and trump campaigning in sunny florida. in philadelphia, mike emanuel, fox news. >> two of the best teams in the a.f.c. are squaring off in pittsburgh today, nobody seems
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brady. he played the team ten times in his career and won 8 since mike tomlin took over in pissburg in 2007, he is 4-1 with 17 touchdowns and zero picks, once again new england will be heavy favorites this afternoon at heinz field, mainly because ben roethlisberger is out with a bum knee so landry gets to start in the center as the pats look to go 6-1 for the year, butch stearns will be live from the field this hour. >> the world series a championship drought will end for at least someone. >> that's right. the cubs will battle the indians after chicago knowledged off the dodgers last night at wrigley. >> lights out! the cubs have won the pennant! >> theo epstein does it again and is on the breng of ending another curse. the cubs famously have not won a series since 1908. they have not been to a series
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have a slew of connections to boston in this world series. terry francona managing the indians with his afl mvp former sox pitcher mill lar and you have the pitcher for the cub, one way or another it will be another historic world series it is friday night. >> going to be interesting. all right. a local school district pushing for more sleep. still ahead, the science behind starting school a little bit later in the morning. >> plus, a new animal at a farm, that's the center of a massive animal abuse investigation. coming up, the reason police say there is nothing they can do to take that animal away. >> and we have got ahead of the charles regatta again today and we start things off in the 40s with clouds. we are clearing out, but man is it going to be windy and raw out
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>> a local police officer is recovering after surviving a serious crash that left his cruiser looking like this. crumpleted and twisted mess. an east bridgewater police say the driver that hit him was drunk. according to police the officer was stopped at a red light on route 18 early saturday morning, when 24 year-old mac lieua plowed into him, this is not his
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charged fowr four times before. >> second offense, dwi, now he will have to pay what he did. >> the officer has neck and back injuries but is expected to be okay. that is good news. mac lieuso also suffered (^) minor injuries, his two passengers were not hurt. he was released on bail and is expected to be arraigned in brockton district court tomorrow. >> well, if you have kids in school, you definitely know the sound of that early alarm clock all too well. and having the school day start later has been a hotly debated issue for the past few fox 25 crystal hanes reports it something boston public schools are now considering. >> boston city counselors want high schoolers to get some more sleep before that bell rings. >> we have more than half of our high school have start times before 7:30 a.m.. >> and for counselor matt o'malley it is personal, his nephew is a high schooler, he
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bus and i train he often has to leave at 6 a.m.. >> the american academy of pedtribs recommends adolescents get 8-10 hours of sleep and they are wired to fall asleep later at night. studies show more sleep translates into better test scores and drop in tardiness. >> i have some considerable reservations. >> but boston mom angelina comacho said don't hit snooze just yet (^). she is concerned about after school sports and transportation. >> some of the families are actually relying on school income that our students are bringing in. >> think it's very important for parents to consider the health repercussions, and there are many, many communities and school districts around the country that have successfully done this. >> according to nonprofit start school later, almost az doen baystate districts have successfully changed their high school start times and six others are considering it. an actual vote by the city council on this proposal is expected at a later date. and then, they will have to
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committee who has the final say. but, counselors are hoping that they will be able to hear the high school bell rings after 8 a.m. by next school year. i'm crystal hanes, fox 25 news. >> well, a lot of cleanup going on this weekend. all that flooding we saw friday night after the storms rolled through, this is along route 20 in worcester yesterday. you can see crews there using a pump to clean up those standing water that is pooled under the bridge there and, shiri, yesterday morning we were showing all the cell phone video morning of cars driving through all of that standing water. >> the underpasses are serious, why risk it, right? >> absolutely scary. now you are talking about possibly damaging wind is the big concern. >> yeah, the concerns are switching from the rain and the almost 5" of rain that we got in parts of worcester, on friday night and the cleanup, of course, ongoing wednesday, to damaging gusts that will be my biggest weather concern today. that could lead to downed power lines, some tree damage, some power outages as well, and wind
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mind because in some spot, like worcester right now, where it's 40 degrees, it ends up feeling over 10 degrees cooler. so your feels like temperature, wind chill down to 29, sustained winds at 25 miles per hour but we will see gusts closer to 40, maybe even 45 miles per hour in the worcester area. so, partly cloudy right now, good news is we have sunshine coming back finally today. so, at 8 a.m., still lingering clouds, 39 degrees. we will be up around 41 in worcester at 10 a.m.. noon comes along, mid 40s, and then w this afternoon. it stays clear, but remember, it's not going to be calm and quiet because we do have that wind that we are dealing with. plymouth at 47 degrees right now. the the clouds a little thicker. you might pick up a sprinkle or two. still just as windy, 21 miles per hour winds leading to your wind chills also in the upper 30s right now. take a little longer to clear out the immediate coast in southeastern massachusetts, but i'm still going to go with a mostly sunny forecast here for the afternoon and temperatures cracking the 50s, even there. so let's take a look here with
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improvements. we have the lingering clouds here at 8:00 this morning, but i do expect that any sprinkles that are still remaining out there now are going to be long gone by 8:00. so, then, by noontime, we should be mostly sunny, afternoon we soak up the sunshine of course we have the gusty west winds that we are dealing with, with the wind advisory until 6 p.m. so, any wind damage is likely during the morning or the afternoon, but once we hit the the evening hours we will see some improvements in that respect. by tomorrow morning, we do have some the mass pike. this is a really fast-moving system so it's in and out during the morning hours. by noontime, i'm going to go with dry condition, and from the north and west to the south and east, we brighten up again. and the afternoon, it is just completely different. a total 180 here. nice and bright but it will be breezy again as we get into next week. so, 55 your high today in boston and beverly, 56 in plymouth, 49 in worcester. temperatures struggling.
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clouds, chance for late showers into early tomorrow morning, looks like between 10:00 and 11:00, the showers will wind down south of the pike, temperature-wise, kind of similar, we will go with some mid and upper 50s again here for the day tomorrow. rain totals don't look all that impressive, anywhere from a 0.01"-0.25," the highest totals coming from the cape and the islands. seven-day forecast with the weekend always in view, 56 today, it will be windy but it will brighten up. still breezy tomorrow, planning around some early morning showers a 50 here on tuesday, but look at that wakeup temperature of 34. it still going to be breezy, it's going to be raw and going to feel like fall. we do have increasing clouds as the best bet for rain this upcoming week tonight into friday. back to you guys. >> so 50 bucks and an app on a smart phone can build the key the ruin a life. the hacking evolution that lets anyone log into a locked computer without knowing the password. >> first, changing the game. the merger that could turn a
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it is a deal that would turn the phone company into a media giant. that merger would give at&t control over a wide array of channels including hbo and cnn. the company leaders approved the deal yesterday. the sec has to review the merger and it is likely to face many regulatory conditions but if it is approved it one of the biggest media mergers innisry. >> new york, people say it's cheeper especially when visiting new york, what won't be cheap is the penalty if you are caught listing a vacant apartment for a short term rental. it says anyone trying to fill an empty unit for less than 30 days could face a $7,500 fine. new yorkers who rent out their homes say they are pretty disappointed. >> i have children that are in college, a daughter in private school, so we needed the additional income. and we gave it a shot. and it's been very good for us.
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to spare bedroom, so most airbnb hosts won't be affected. airbnb is not happy, filing a lawsuit to stop the law hours after it was passed. there is no time lane for when it will go into effect. worcester and lynnfield are also considering similar laws to limit airbnb. >> leo dicaprio is hoping his new documentary will push climate change into the political agenda. >> we have known about this for decades. for over half a century. try to have a people just tune out. >> climate change. climate change. >> and the problem seems to be getting worse and worse and worse. after a decade, almost a decade after his echo doc the 11th hour, leo dicaprio returned to green issues with this film called before the flood, in the documentary, dicaprio talks to scientists and environmentalists and world leaders, including president obama and the pope.
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young people and other people that don't think about climate change. don't think about how important this issue is. >> before the flood will be released next sunday. >> and adding more of that fading foliage color in central and northern new england here. we have decent foliage around here but winds will be a huge issue. i will break down the windy forecast and how long it lasts coming up. >> >> search for a missing nashua teen takes an ominous turn. why investigators are focusing
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>> 10 and 2:00 all morning,. >> you can be moving around around shiri i know you are tracking a wind advisory and it's making things down right chilly this morning. >> it is. so we have that kind of cool factor to the wind. we have the inconvenient factor to wind. and possibly the damaging factor to the wind as well. so, winds gusting 35 miles per hour right now in boston. but, closer to 45 miles per hour out in worcester at the the highest elevations will be some of my windiest spots today. notice we do get started with temperatures in the 40s, close to 50 degr massachusetts. and hugging the the coastline here from the south shore down to the cape we have a little bit of sprinkle action going on right now. boston looking mostly dry at 47 degrees, still lot of clouds out there. 45 in woburn right now, 43 in leominster, 40 worcester, down to 38 in ipswich, new hampshire, you factor in the wind and it can feel like the 20s in a couple spots. 47 in boston, 61 degrees, wind will gust 0-40 miles per hour,
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least we have the sunshine coming back into town today, don't count on it feeling warm though. i have a look at the latest wind chills in just a couple minutes. >> okay. shiri, we told you about all the rain we got friday night, the potential tragedy developing in new hampshire this morning. where a teenager is missing. he is thought to be swept away in friday's heavy flooding. >> the 16 year-old was last seen walking home from a friend's house at the height of that storm. and then hours later his belongings were found scattered near an open storm drain. >> this morning fox's morelli is live in nashua, sorry to interrupt, crews are searching the rivers because that is where they think they may find the missing teenager, jim? >> reporter: yeah, jason, the pieces seem to be falling into places that way. a horrible end to the story for this family here in new hampshire. this all started again on friday. that's when they were hit with a severe rain storm, almost 3" of rain falling and it was at its most intense between the hours of 8:00 and 9:00. about an hour after that, nashua
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saying that perhaps someone had fallen into an open storm drain. the caller raising that possibility because there looked to be personal debris around that open storm drain. police came out, did not find anybody, but then the next morning, they got a call from a father who said that his son had been missing all night. 16 year-old jacob goulet. this person, jacob goulet, was walking home from his friend's house and it is believed that he was walking home during the height of that storm. >> the wife is home bawling, her grandmother is home crying. his father is just a wreck and just awful. it's not knowing. and it's a cold night. it is wet. he is in the water, just -- hard to deal with. >> it is going to be very hard the deal with, not only for the family but also rescue workers today, who will be combing
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river and the nashua river. it is quite, quite cold up here and windy. but, they intend to continue searching. we are thinking perhaps when it becomes daylight. we are supposed to have another press briefing around noon today, until then they are not releasing any more information. we will stay on top of it for you. live in nashua, jim morelli, fox 25 news. >> thank you. two workers killed in a south end trench collapse have been identified. according to the boston globe , 53 year-old calvin maddox was a father of four adopted three of his grandchildren. robert higgins was 47, and had only recently started working for the company, atlantic drain. both men died friday when a trench on dartmouth street filled with water from a broken water main. this morning, that accident remains under investigation. fox 25, we continue the look into the background of the men's employer as we reported before, atlantic drain does have a history of osha violations
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safety. you can log on to "fox25boston.com" for more details about the company's safety record. >> we have a fantastic update to share with you this morning about the second boston police officer shot in the line of duty. officer matt morris is now out of the hospital this morning and recovering at spaulding rehab. morris, as you may remember, was shot in the leg during a stand off in east boston, more that than a week ago. fox 25 has been reporting all along that his life was saved by his quick-thinking fellow officers who used their own body weight as a tourniq officer richard sin toe lowe was released from the mass. general earlier last week (^). >> one man is dead and another hospitalized after a stabbing in hyannis and this morning we are getting the first look at the scene in the immediate aftermath. from the this video, you can see a lot of flashing lights as the man is loaded into a waiting ambulance. this happened very early yesterday morning on beth lane. police were called for a fight, and that's when they found those stabbing victims.
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reports the other man is in critical condition. police are still investigating. they did make one arrest in connection to that fight, and that person is now facing charges for probation violations. a westport farm already at the center of a massive animal abuse investigation, now has at least one new animal. police say there is at least one cow on the property located off of american legion highway, and it comes months after more than 1400 animals were seized that farm. after police found them in unsafe and unclean conditions. dozens of other animals were also found dead on the property. police say that crops show some of them starved to death. despite the concerns about the new animal at the farm, police say there is really nothing they can do. >> there is nothing stopping the property owner from bringing the animals back on the police end. the only entities that could stop that would be the board of
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>> police say they have asked for court proceedings in connection with the previous animal removals, but no one has been charged at this time. >> a group of the most dangerous type of sex offenders all in one house together. we will tell you the reason dorchester leaders say there is not much they can do. >> plus, the patriots gearing up to take on the steelers this afternoon. fox 25 butch stearns takes a look at how the two teams stack up next in your morning sports. >> very active winds today i have a wind chill of only 39 degrees in boston, it feels like 29 degrees
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steelers, kick off is at 4:25. >> fox 25 sports reporter butch stearns is in pittsburgh with a look at the matchup. >> patriots/steelers is always a battle and sunday here in pittsburgh, promises to be another knock-down, drag-out be2010 the two teams.
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the reason is obvious, ben roethlisberger will not play having left knee meniscus surgery this past monday. his backup, landry jones will start. now, when it comes to tom brady against the steelers, he has had great success against this team. the last time these two teams faced off was in foxboro, to open the 2015 season. brady threw for 4 touchdowns and 28-21 win that day. but this game is being played here in pittsburgh. and with or without ben roethlis the tough steelers defense. and the patriots know, you always have to earn everything you get against the pittsburgh defense. >> the steelers over the years really haven't changed that much. i mean they have a lot of the same core guys and they are always big, always physical. you are always going in for a tough matchup when you go versus the steelers defense no matter what. >> it feels like it's always the same steelers defense.
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blitz in the book. it's a challenging defense to play. they test you in every area. and, you know, that's why we always have so many tough games against them. they are just to tough to play especially at home. >> tom brady can talk about how tough they are but the truth is he owns the team, 4-2 in its history at heinz field including two wins in two different a.f.c. championship game, 8-2, in his ten games against the steelers all time and in the games he thrown for 24 touchdowns total and just 3 interceptions. butch stearn, fox 25 sports. >> thank, butch. cubs fans fired up, a big weekend for baseball. the cubs are in the world series and a lot of red sox fans are shaking their heads, we will break down all the former red sox playing in the world series. >> speaking of the red sox, the fate of an iconic sign over fenway park is hanging in the balance.
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since the building it stands on went up for sale. we have the latest effort to make sure the boston skyline doesn't change. >> plus f you think having a strong pass word will protect you from hargs, bether think again. now criminals can get into your account using only 50 bucks and an app. fox 25 has the tips you need to
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a $50 device and an app are all it takes for someone to get easy access to your personal information. hackers can use them to trick your computer thinking it is hooked up to a trusted connection and no matter how strong your pass word it will not stop k hares. mark ockerbloom will show you how to turn the tables on the crooks. >> hacking evolved, with a $50 piece of hardware and an app, can give anyone the key to your >> that worries me. i know there is a lot of people out there who would love to use that and stalkers and all that, sex offenders, it is frightening. >> it's like, you have to walk around and you have to have six eyes in the back of your head. >> here is a researcher demonstrating how almost anyone can steal user names and passwords from locked computers using a usb device and some software, the ease of this hack has security experts concerned. >> and it will become a big
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this device is extremely dangerous. essentially, everybody is vulnerable. all of your money, all of your finances can all be liquidated by a criminal hacker. >> robertcy sill yeah know (^) is a security expert with hot shot shield. he said this device can make it easy for anyone to hack into your computer and you are at risk wherever you leave your computer unattended. >> right now you can pretty much buy all the necessary components to create this hack on your own. plug a device into, say, a spouse's or boss' gain access to it without their password. >> but there are a few key things you can do to protect yourself from this type of heart attack. don't allow sites to remember your passwords. >> someone hacks into your computer they can get into these web sites. and encrypt all the data on your computer. that way, even if someone gets past your log-in, they still need a by to get past the incremented files. and be careful of who uses your computer. >> the key is, never let anyone access your device without your
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could be a spouse. it could be a contractor. your devices that sit in your home and office are vulnerable to anyone thattability whats access that has the devices in their possession. >> mark ockerbloom, fox 25 news. >> we are learning more about the attack that knocked out popular sites like twitter and amazon for hours on friday. as we first told you yesterday morning, hackers overloaded the server at new hampshire-based company dine, a company that held direct internet traffic. aaccording to u.s.a. today , hackers caused the servers to crash by placing software into simple household devices like dvr, routers and security cameras. that software called neara uses the devices to generate millions of fake requests for information overleading the servers an causing the massive interruptions. experts say as we rely more on this type of technology, it is absolutely essential to step up
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room and we have used the word "blustery." >> yeah, you can add raw, snuggy weather i call it. >> i wish i had a snuggy right now, that would be perfect (^). >> whatever you are getting out to do, bundle up. either way you want to spin it, whether it's blustery or raw, it will be cool. you can see the horizon just starting to brighten up in boston, sun rise isn't until 7:0, so between now and then you will find it getting brighter and brighter. 47 degrees is the temperature, at 22 miles per hour, the wind chill is 39. it feels like it's in the 30, in fact, in worcester it feels like the 20s because of these winds gusting anywhere from 35 miles per hour in norwood and boston to 43 in worcester. breezy all day long, sorry to say the winds will not improve until we hit evening hours so that means your feels like temperature, the wind chills are still in the 20s and 30s here, at 9 o'clock this morning. by noontime it will feel like
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have some 50s on the map. and this afternoon, even though highs are going to get up to 55 in boston and beverly, 56 in plymouth and norwood, 54 in fitchburg, it's probably going to feel 5-10 degrees cooler than that because of the ongoing wind. so, cool and windy today, wind coming in from the west, we have this little disturbance coming through now, and it is stirring up the clouds, a couple of sprinkles at the coastline. but, as that pushes out, we have got increasing sunshine that we get to look forward to. so, at noontime, turning nice and bri mostly sunny forecast. we will go -- what you will find is overnight the clouds start creeping back in, and very late tonight, more like the predawn hours tomorrow, we do have a little blast of rain that is going to focus likely south of the mass pike. overnight lows back in the 40s, guy, that is what you are waking up to tomorrow morning, and then high temperatures tomorrow 56 in boston and beverly to 58 in plymouth, 56 in fitchburg, upper 50s for the outer cape, temperatures looking
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tomorrow. tomorrow morning, 7 a.m., you can see that we have got the scattered showers over southeastern massachusetts, back through rhode island, connecticut, pretty fast mover, the storm system. so, by noontime, i expect the showers will really be dwindling here. and we should start the see some increasing sun up into southern new hampshire, central massachusetts, it's into boston and southeastern massachusetts as well. which is why we do turn nice and bright in the afternoon. we are still going to have some decent wind gusts around 25-35 miles per hour here tomorr temperature-wise, all below average for this upcoming week. nor hal type in boston 59 degrees. today, mid 50s likely, maybe 1-2 degrees warmer tomorrow, and then temperatures come crashing down here tuesday, wednesday, thursday, where we are barely getting up to 50 degrees. here is your seven-day forecast now with that weekend always in view. we have 56 today, it's going to be, yes, less blustery and law. only a slight chance of sprinkle really through the next two hours and then we will be dry.
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showers tomorrow, south of the pike when you wake up in the morning. we will brighten up in the afternoon, 50 for your high on tuesday, wednesday, thursday, and you have to look at the overnight lows as well. because the mornings are going to start close to freezing, so it really is going to feel very chilly out there. thursday night into friday, we are tracking our next rain chances, and then for next weekend it does look like the sunshine will make a bold return on saturday. back over to you. >> all right. shiri, thank you. a new hampshire teenager missing since the height of friday's heavy rain. >> and the fear of where he may have ended searching rivers this weekend. >> plus, a local mother in for the shock of her life. the birth of her baby boy still has a lot of people talking even as marks one year-old. -- one week old. the reason she is now scrambling
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a baby boy made his grand entrance too the world with a story made for t.v. this is something that everyone is talking about. >> unbelievable. because a little guy was born last weekend full term to a mom who had no idea she was pregnant. the surprise but thrilled new mother shared her story with fox 25's kerry cavanaugh. >> five pound, 4-ounces, one very big surprise. >> everything just happened so quick.
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knowing she was pregnant to new mom in six hours friday night. >> if i heard this story coming from someplace else i would say she was lying. >> marr martinez says for the last 18 months her life was normal and so were her menstrual cycle, but sunday she woke up with cramps. >> mister is a medical assistant and she was like oh, it's probably ovarian cysts and i was like, oh, i have had those, it got more timed and i was like wait a minute. the hospital and the ultrasound revealed she was 15 weeks pregnant, another one revealed another surprise. >> i get admitted to labor and delivery and she was like, so, oh, yeah, you are 36-38 weeks, right when she finished the sentence my water broke. >> jackson kenney john pierre arrived shortly after that. dad made it to the hospital but needed to see it to believe it. >> i'm glassing he was tucked under a rib, to surprise you. >> the surprise of a lifetime for this norton woman who calls
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blessing. >> i have always been an aunt, so i will keep the kids for the longest and give them back to theth moor and father. i'm like here, take your kids. he is fine. i don't feel like he's mine. it's surreal. >> kerry cavanaugh, fox 25 news. >> she was like, i don't know. i don't know how else to explain pit. >> when the water breaks as the doctor is talking to her? amazing. unbelievable story. >> t.v. time, jackson was premature, however, he is perfectly healthy and now as you can imagine mom is that they were not expecting to have. >> got to catch up. the pressure is on for the presidential candidates as election day draws closer and closer. we have a look at the latest ways people are courting those voters in the swing states. >> the weather story is the sustained wind from 25-30 miles per hour, even stronger gusts and i will tack about the potential for damaging winds when we come back. >> plus the the country is struggling to recover from hurricane matthew, now dealing
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right now on fox morning news we have sun pushing out the clouds but the the wind sticking around. how long damaging gusts will stick around. two workers killed in a trench collapse, a long history of safety violation dotting their employer's records. coming up we uncovered problem plaguing the company. >> a nashua teen missing since friday, why investigators are focusing on the storm water drainage system. >> the cubs won the pennant! theo epstein does it again. the cubs are in the world series. the reason red sox fans may be shaking their head this morning.
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morning news this sunday october 23rd. i'm jason law. >> i'm stephanie coueignoux, definitely a bundle up type of morning. >> oh, yeah, hats an coat, everything. >> we were talking flooding yesterday and we have a road closure to tell you about in east boston this morning, route 1a at bennington street remains closed due to flood, traffic being detoured through the airport. >> all the rain we got friday night is the big story we got yesterday morning but this morning it is the howling winds that will continue through at least another day. meteorologist shiri spears in the storm track with how long we are under a wind advisory, shiri? >> that wind advisory means that winds are sustained 15-25, gusts as high as 40, even 45 miles per hour at some of the higher elevations. this goes until 6:00 this evening, that means morning, lunchtime, afternoon, we are at risk for some wind damage out there because of these very strong winds. we still have a couple sprinkles out there from the south shore to the cape but overall we are looking at mostly cloudy skies this morning, 47 in boston and plymouth, 46 in lawrence, 40 in worcester.
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here by late morning, you will see a much brighter turn around. we have temperatures climbing into the low and mid 50s in most spots. i have got a breakdown of how long this wind is going to last and the room whatup in your town coming ul. back to you. >> developing this morning, a search is now underway for a 16 year-old boy who disappeared during the rain storm friday night. >> police say the boy was last seen leaving a friend's house in nashua, new hampshire. fox 25's jim morelli is live in nashua this morning. and, jim, police are now investigating the possibility that the teen ended >> that is correct, stephanie. on friday, nashua got a very heavy rain storm, about 3" of rain fell. it was at its most intense between the hours of 8:00 and 9:00. about an hour after that nashua police got a call from someone who wondered whether an open storm drain on water street, someone might have slipped into that drain, because they saw some material around the drain that looked like personal possessions.
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next morning they got a call from a father saying that his 16 year-old son, jacob goulet, had not come home that night. and that was uncharacteristic of him. he had been at a friend's house, and the the father understood that he was on his way home, walking home, indeed, walking home through the torrential rain storm. >> wife is home bawling, her grandmother is home crying, his father is just a wreck and just awful. not knowing. i me it is wet. if he is in the water . . . hard to deal with. >> that family is holding out hope that perhaps jacob stayed at a friend's house, but obviously the longer time goes on the more that hope diminishes. now, right here we are above the nashua river, this is one of the rivers that they are going to be looking through today as well as the merrimac river. investigators are also looking into the city's storm waste
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live in nashua, jim morelli, fox 25 news. >> jim, thank you. this morning, we are learning more about the two men who died when the trench they were working in collapsed on top of them. the globe named callvin maddox and robert higgins as the two men killed on dartmouth street friday afternoon. fox 25 has been looking into how this happened, as well as the company those men were working for. this morning, our robert goulston reports on the new details we have uncovered about atlantic drain's history of safety >> it was horrible. it was horrible and i was praying and crying. it's horrible. i never seen anything like that. >> measuretha colone heard the, withers from atlantic drain service yelling for help friday, outside her south end apartment. >> a young man was just so distressed, he was crying and looking inside the hole. >> two of the workers never made it out. it took into the night to recover their bodies, from the trench that filled with water and collapsed after a water main near the trench broke.
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because the atlantic shares a building with his roslindale business. he said the owner and other workers are devastated. >> everyone here misses them. >> fox 25 found dozens of osha violations against trick since 2007 they have been cited for 16 serious violations, 6 repeated violations, and 2 left-hand lane violations. >> some of the fines against atlantic drain service have involved trench safety. in the past, osha said they have allowed people to work 12 feet down without protection. >> fox 25 also learned atlantic has tens of thousands in unpaid fines that osha is trying to recoup through debt collection. we talked to the massachusetts coalition for safety and health, a workplace safety advocacy group, that is concerned the company could get the necessary permits to do trench work with this safety record. >> there are huge gaping holes in our state law and in our permitting process that allows an employer to claim that they
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history of violating them. >> city officials telling fox 25, they could not comment on the case because of the ongoing investigation. in boston, robert goulston, fox 25 news. >> some great news from the boston police department this weekend, the second officer injured in the east boston shooting has opinion released from the hospital. officer matt morris has been discharged from mass. general. boston police tell fox 25 that officer morris is doing well but still has a long road to recovery. he will continue treatment at officer richard cintolo was released from mass. general earlier last week. >> a brockton police are investigating a stabbing that left one man hurt out side a bar. this happened around 2 a.m. behind joe angelo's cafe yesterday morning. the man was brought to boston medical center. we are working to find out if police have made any arrests. in national news this morning, police are searching for the gunman who killed a 15 year-old boy and his 11 year-old sister during a home invasion in georgia.
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at the time of all of this. one of those children called 911 after seeing the shooting yesterday morning. the children's parents were not at home. this morning, police are following several leads, but they have not identified a suspect or a motive. >> developing right now, a manhunt is underway in haiti after 174 inmates escaped from prison. police say heavily armed individuals led an uprising in that prison. that turned into a riot and eventually killed a guard. this morning, it's not clear if the people that started themselves, or people on the outside. s.w.a.t. teams and defense teams are searching for the escapees and right now only a dozen have been captured so far. >> boston mayor marty walsh is heading north to emanuel african methodist episcopal church, new hampshire, campaigning for hillary clinton. he hosted a canvassing kick off event yesterday to encourage supporters to knock on doors for the democratic nominee. and walsh isn't the only massachusetts democrat campaigning for clinton in new
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join clinton in emanuel african methodist episcopal church for a rally tomorrow. with election day quickly approaching, the 2016 presidential candidates are working hard to court voters. mike emanuel reports from philadelphia where both candidates gave big campaign speeches in the key swing state of pennsylvania. republican presidential nominee donald trump offered insight into his first 100 days in office if he wins next month's election. trump promised to ban white house and congressional officials from becoming impose term limits on all members of congress. a requirement that for every new federal regulation, two existing regulations must be eliminated. >> campaigning in pennsylvania, trump also lashing out against the women who accused him of sexual assault, including new allegations from an 1th woman. >> he grabbed each of us tightly in a lug, and kissed each one of
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came forward to hurt my campaign. all these liars will be sued after the election is over. >> meanwhile, more wiki leaks revenuelations about what kin ton's closest athlete risesors think about catholics and evangelical protestants. jennifer palmieri, now the communications director for the clinton campaign was working in a literal think tank in 2011 when she and others were e-mailing why some conservative republicans (^) are catholic. palmieri wrote, quote, they think it is the most socially acceptable -- their rich friends wound understand if they became evangelicals. clip ton campaigning in pennsylvania made no mention of the wikileaks scandal. >> that was the third and last time i will ever have to debate donald trump. i mean, think about this. i have now spent 4 1/2 hours on stage with donald . . . proving
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states. >> with election day a little more than 2 weeks away, the candidates are working through the weekend with clinton traveling to battleground north carolina and trump campaigning in sunny florida. 234 philadelphia, mike emanuel, fox news. >> it is week 7 and two of the best teams in the a.f.c. are squaring off later today in pittsburgh. nobody seems to own the steelers like tom brady. he played them ten times in his career and he won 8 of the games. since mike tom lynn took over in 4-1, with 17 touchdowns and zero interceptions. once again new england will be heavy favorites on the road this afternoon at heinz field, mainly because ben roethlisberger is out of the game with a bum knee. so, landry jones gets the start under center at the pats look to go 6-1 for the season. butch stearns will have a preview of the game from pittsburgh in 30 minutes. >> all right. huge knews in the world of baseball. the world series is now set and a championship drought is going to end for season someone. >> the cuss that's right, the
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after chicago knocked off the dodgers last night at wrigley field. >> lights out. the cubs won the pennant! >> leo epstein is doing it again, on the brink of ending another curse. the cubs have not won a series since 1908 and haven't been to a series since 1945. besides theo epistein you have a slew of connections to boston in this world the indians with his alcs mvp andrew mill lar, john lester is the mvp pitching for the cub, and one way or another this is going to be a historic world series and it begins right here on fox 25 tuesday night. >> a westport farm already at the center of a massive animal abuse investigation, now back in the headlines. the reason police say they have major concerns about the latest addition to this property. >> and a group of the most dangerous type of sex owed
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say there is not much they can do about it. >> and ahead of the charles regatta, we have temperatures in the 40s. it is going to be incredibly windy there with gusts of 30-40 miles per hour, even though i have 50s coming your way it will feel very raw out
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>> what did you think when you found out? >> i was outraged, the concern
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is a lot. level 3? who are going to repeat? that, to me, is a big concern. >> level 3 sex offenders are deemed most at risk to reoffend. don and julia tell me this neighborhood is filled with children. >> the fact that there is a bus stop right here, there is a playground and a day care, there is a lot of what you call things that could entice them. >> there is no law or regulation to stop a large number of level 3 sex offenders from living under one roof. city counselor and degree yeah statement she is trying to help, but it doesn't seem there is much she can do. my team and i wells city departments are required to follow laws and regulations and do not have the authority to evict anyone or remove individuals from their home. we are currently in contact with boston police, the state, including the sex offender registry board, and the homeowners' lawyer in an effort to resol lv the matter favorly blrt community. but dawn and jewel rah are are taking a stand. >> we want the sex offender
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here. whatever it takes to make sure we create an environment that lets -- sends a message these are our kids and we will protect them no matter what. >> julia and dawn believe that house is actually an illegal rooming house. now, i checked with city inspection services, they have tried three times in recent weeks to get inside and see what's going on but they have not been able to. so, they have issued the onlier of the house a violation order. i tried to talk the the owner, i went to his house, the been able to reach him. in dorchester, bob ward, fox 25 news. >> we want to show you the cleanup this weekend from friday's storm this. is along route 20 in worcester yesterday. you can see crews out there having to use a pump to try and clean up all the standing water under that overpass there, but really, the story this morning is the wind. the sun is coming up and we can see outside the studios. >> you can see the branches
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of day, the trees are close to your house an you might hear it scratching up the windows out there. but it is just going to be incredibly wind-blown. we have damaging gusts that will be my biggest concern overall from the weather today. and with that said, we could see tree damage, we can see some tree limbs come down, and we can see some power outages as a result. also, tracking the wind chill, because oftentimes today it will feel about 10 degrees cooler than these actual temperature readings. 47 right now in boston, 47 in norwood, i want to take you out some sprinkles passing through, mostly looking as you drive but you might have to hit the windshield wipers and 47 degrees in temperature, it feels like it's 40, because of the wind. winds sustained at 18 miles per hour now, so the gusts are stronger. we maintain the cloud cover for the next couple of hours and then the real clearing takes over, and by 11 a.m. we will be back at 50 degrees. we head to highs only in the 50s today. our warmup is cap and temperatures will run below
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the spots that lemy strongest gusts today, 40 degrees right now, winds sustained at 26. we have gusts reported this morning close to about 45 miles per hour. so it feels like it's only 29 degrees outside. we will see increasing sunshine, yes, but temperatures struggling to even get up to 50 degrees here for the afternoon. you factor in the wind it will feel like it's in 30s, a huge chunk of the day, into central massachusetts and worcester hills. through 8 a.m. we have a little cloud cover, aer to melt away. we have increasing sunshine for the afternoon. looking fantastic here at 4 p.m. of course it might not feel fantastic, when you add in the wind and the fact that our highs are only in the 50s, overnight tonight we will see the the cloud fill back in. we have a fast mover that will track to the south, as it does it is filling in the risk for showers here early tomorrow morning. so that risk is going to start around 2:00 in the morning here, so by the time we hit the morning commute, areas south of boston i will look out for a few showers and continue here south
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morning but by noontime we have increasing sunshine from the north and the west, that's going to be sliding southeastward here into the afternoon. so we do make a brighter turn against tomorrow, problem is, it will still be very windy out there. so 55 today in boston and beverly, 56 in norwood, about 49 degrees today in worcester, and 51234 keene, new hampshire. the mid 50s there for the outer cape and the islands, tonight with those increasing clouds we are only going to dip into the 40s. it will not be too bad, too raw here tomorrow morning, but there is a risk of first half of the day on monday, after that we turn brighter, temperatures like today mostly in the mid 50s. rain totals won't be that impressive. we are not talking the same heavy rains we have had here on friday night. we are talking about quarter inch of rain at most here out across the cape and the islands. seven-day forecast now with the weekend always in view, i have you at 56 degrees today, with windy, brightening conditions. 58 here tomorrow with morning showers and then clearing out, tuesday, very bitter in the morning, wake up temperatures in the 30s.
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to wednesday and thursday as well in the next rain is likely on thursday night into the day on friday. back over to you. >> 7:21 this sunday. the surprise of a lifetime for one local mom. a bouncing baby boy now a week old, we will tell you the reason she is scrambling to get all the supplies she needs to raise the baby. >> plus a popular vacation rental web site now getting hit with strict new rules. details on the crackdown airbnb
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a massive merger is expected to impact media around the world. at&t is purchasing time warner cable for more than $85 billion it's a deal that phone company into a media giant. the merger would give at&t control over a wide array of channels including hbo and cnn. the company leaders approved that deal yesterday. now, the sec still has to review the merger and its likely to face many regulatory conditions, but if approved it would be one of the biggest media mergers in history. >> there is a new state law in new york putting some strict restrictions on airbnb. people say they use airbnb
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york. what won't be cheep, however, is the new law is the penalty you could pay if you are caught listing a vacant apartment for a short term rental. it says anyone trying to fill an empty unit for less than 30 days could face a $7,500 fine. the new law does not apply to spare bedrooms, so most airbnb hosts will not be affected. the company itself is not happy. file ag lawsuit to stop the laws implementation hours after it was passed. so far, no timeline for when the new law will go into effect. but, worcester considering similar laws to regulate airbnb. >> leo dicaprio is now hoping his new documentary will push climate change into the political agenda. >> we have known about this for decades. for over half a century. try to have a conversation with anyone about climate change, people just tune out. >> climate change. climate change. climate change. >> and the problem seems to be getting worse and worse and worse. almost a decade after his echo
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dicaprio returned to green issues called "before the flood," in it he travels the world talking to scientists and environmentalist and world leaders, including president obama and the pope. >> he really made this film for young people and other people that don't think about climate change. don't think about how important this issue is. >> before the flood will be released next sunday. and i have got some fading color in central and northern new but the wind is going to be only intensified by the fact we have a lot of leaves on the trees. i will talk about wind damage and when the potential exists coming up. >> the search for a missing nashua teen takes an ominous turn, why investigators are
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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. i'm not just standing up for my own kids; i'm fighting for yours, too.
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good morning, everybody, the sun is now up. we are happy to show you this live look at the common in downtown skyline, much better looking than it was yesterday morning because yesterday morning, from the top of the buildings you couldn't see them because of the fog. >> you said shook, but you know what, i mean that's kind of the story because even though you can't tell from that camera, if you look outside your window. >> thank you for for giving me that. >> you can see the trees shaking because there is a wind advisory and, shiri, i know you are tracking potential for possibly damaging wind >> yeah, part of the problem is we have so many leaves on the trees the wind can do so much more more damage and have a bigger impact. the 44 miles per hour gusts in worcester, 30 miles per hour boston, 32 lawrence, 33 norwood. it is very breezy. even as the sun is coming um this morning it will stay breezy basically all day long. the last of our showers right now, clinging to portions of the cape. it's no more than a sprinkle my friend. we have a lot of clouds out there oner 40s over southeastern massachusetts, to
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cloudy and in lowell, 44 degrees, 40 in worcester an down to 38 degrees right now in new itch switch, new hampshire, but from here, it is going to look better but it won't feel much better. we have increasing sunshine, noontime 51 degrees, winds gusting 30-40 miles per hour. i will show you how long that threat for wind is really going to stick with us and what it's doing the wind chills coming up. back to you guys. >> okay. we have a potential tragedy developing this morning in new hampshire where a teenager is away in friday's heavy flooding. >> the 16 year-old was last seen walking home from a friend's house in the height of the rain and hours later his belongings were found scattered near an open storm drain. >> fox 25's jim morelli is live in nashua and crews remember searching the the rivers because they believe that is where they may find this missing teen? >> that's correct, merrimac and the nashua river, which is right behind us here as well as the city's storm drainage system.
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storm came through nashua, dropped about 3" of rain, a lot of that rain coming between the hours of 8:00 and 9:00. and about an hour later, nashua police got a call from someone who said, you know, has someone fallen through an open storm drain? the reason they raised the possibility was because there was debris scattered around that looked to be of a personal nature. when police came they found this debris but there was nothing super personal, nothing to identify who owned the stuff. but, i believe it was a hat and some other things the next morning, a father called and said, my 16 year-old son, jacob goulet is his name, did not come home last night this. is not like him. he was at a friend's house. and i believe he walked home in that powerful rain storm. >> the wife is home bawl, her grandmother is home crying, his father is just a wreck, and just awful not knowing. i mean it's a cold night.
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hard to deal with. >> and it is very, very chilly up here today with the wind and the temperature. so it's going to be a tough day to go out searching on the river, but that is exactly what they are going to be doing now that it's daylight. i don't know if we will see them quite here, the merrimac and nashua rivers come together in the area, they are also again as i mentioned going to be going through the city's storm drainage system, hopeply to find something. live in nashua, jim to workers killed in a south end trench collapse, have now been identified. according to the boston globe, 53 year-old callvin maddox was the father of four who recently adopted three of his grandchildren. robert higgins was 47 and had only recently started working for the company, atlantic drain. both men died friday when a trench on dartmouth street filled with water from a broken water main. this morning, the accident
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the backgrounds of the men's employer. as we have reported before, atlantic drain has a history of osha violations, including some for trench safety. and you can log on to "fox25boston.com" for more details about their safety record. >> we have a fantastic update to share with you about the second boston police officer shot in the line of duty. matt morris is out of the hospital this weekend and recovering at spaulding rehab. morris was shot in boston more than a week ago, and fox 25 has been reporting all along his wife was saved by his quick thinking fellow officers who youd their own body weight and a tourniquet to stop the bleeding. officer richard cintolo was released from mass. general earlier last week. >> one man is dead and another hospitalized after a stabbing in hyannis. and this morning we are getting the first look at the scene in the immediate aftermath. you can see from the video a lot of flashing lights as we watched the man being loaded into a
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yesterday morning on beth lane. police were called there for a fight and that's when they found the stabbing victim. 26 year-old thomas russell died from his injuries. the globe reports the other man is in critical condition. police are still investigating, we know that they have made one arrest in connection to the fight and that person is facing charges for probation violation. a propane tank in a box, forced an evacuation at a new hampshire wal-mart. this is the item that in hudson. police were called for a suspicious package in the parking lot and then found that item there on your screen. the bomb squad was called in and then eventually gave the all-clear. police still investigating how that box ended up in the store's parking lot. >> this morning we have more information about a child hit and dragged by a car in saugus. this was the scene on walnut street around 7:30 friday night. and we now know the victim was a 9 year-old boy. we are told he was dragged about 50 feet and this morning is
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other kids were crossing the road when a car turned right and hit that little boy. the driver is not being charged because we are told he had a green light. >> a westport farm already at the center of a massive animal investigation now has at least one new animal. police say that there is at least one cow on the property located off of american legion highway, it comes months after more than 1400 animals were seized from the farm after police found them in dozens of other animals were also found dead on the property. police say it shows some of them starved to death. despite the concern about new animal on the farm, police say there is really nothing they can do. >> >> there is nothing stopping the property owner for bringing animals back on the police end. the only entities that could stop that would be the board of health and the building
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for court proceedings in connection with the previous animal removal, but no one has been charged at this time. >> a local school district is eyeing the snooze button on alarm clocks. love that button. we will tell you the reason not everyone is op board with the the proposal to start the school day a little later. >> plus the patriots not hitting snooze as they are gearing up to take on the steelers this afternoon. fox 25's butch stearns takes a look at how those two teams stack up next in your morning sports. >> >> >> and even the though right it's in the 40s, wind chills down to 39 degrees in boston and beverly, 29 trees in worcester, a very raw day ahead. i'm timing out the warmup and
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fox 25 reporter butch stearns is in pittsburgh with the matchup. >> patriots/steelers is always a battle and sunday here in pittsburgh, promises to be another knock-down, dragout, between the two teams t.
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favorites on the road. the reason is obvious. ben roethlisberger will not play in the game, having left knee meniscus surgery, this past monday. his backup jones will start. when it comes to tom bray against the steelers he has had great success against the team. the last these two teams faced off was in foxboro, to open the 2015 season. brady threw for 4 touchdowns, and a 28-21 win that day. but, this game is being played here in pittsburgh. and with or without ben offense still has to go against the tough steelers defense. and the patriots know, you always have to earn everything you get against the pittsburgh defense. >> >> steels over the years vention changed that much. they are always big, always physical, you are always going in for a tough matchup over the steelers defense no matter what. >> fights like it's always the same steelers defense. it is a lot of pressure, and
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they have every blitz in the book. the challenging defense to play, they test you in every area, and you know it's why we have so many tough games against them. they are just tough to play, especially at home. >> tom brady can talk about how tough the steelers are all he wants the truth is he owns the the team. 4-2, in his history at heinz field including two wins at two different a.f.c. championship, 8-2 against the steelers all 24 touchdowns total and just 3 interceptions. butch stearn, fox 25 sports. >> all right. speaking of sports, cubs fans every where fired up this morning. >> big weekend. the chicago cubs are in the world series and a lot of red sox fans this morning maybe shaking their heads. we will break down all the former red sox playing in the world series this week. >> speaking of the sox, the fate of an iconic sign overlooking fenway park hangs in the balance. the effort underway to make sure
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change. >>rca smith has a stake relationship with the citgo sign. she is a bus driver at kenmore square and for 12 years she worked right under that giant red triangle. >> how can i put it? like, the creepy best friend in school but that's like your best friend, but he is still a creep. like, you just get used to him and he grows on you. it grew on me. it'singly but i don't want it to leave. >> boston landmark commission don't want the it to leave either. they are in process official landmark, thereby protecting it from future developers. >> commission member lynn smile leakage told fox 25 they are trying to figure out which aspects of the sign are most important. from the color, to the height, to its positioning on top of 660 beacon street. it can't be etched in stone with the ongoing developments, smile leakage told us. how do we protect the sign and still allow for growth? boston university is selling the building to a real estate company called related deal and
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>> it is an icon. >> marty walsh wants the citgo sign to stay the way it is. >> i think it's too easy to get rid of the icons around the country and the the community loses a little of its identity. i think that is as much of a family park and kenmore square's identity i the as anyone else. >> this woman grew up in southie. >> it feels like home when you come over the bridge when you come from the mass pike. >> when you see the citgo sign, you can be lost anywhere, when you see the line you are like, oh, i know where i am. >> the landmark commission has not yet scheduled another meeting to discus the future of the sign. lynn smile leakage spear heading to save it said official landmark status is months away. in the control room, fox 25 news. >> jason, my mind is blown. >> we are all over the place. >> look at the wardrobe change? >> i have the red tie back on,
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shiri, this is really the day to like grab the mug and just kind of hold onto it. >> oh, man, hot coffee, hot tea, hot chocolate, whatever you want of the it is going to be the bundle up kind of morning. our forecast today is very wind blown. it is going to be very bitter kind of raw, 47 degrees right now in boston but we have sustained winds running at 23 miles per hour, even stronger gusts than that. so the wind chill is only 39 degrees right now as you get up in boston, even chillier outside of the city, but you can find gusts in the upper 20s into the 30s and even a gust at 44 miles per hour in worcester. worcester has been my breeziest so far this morning and that's probably going to be the windiest spot into the afternoon as well. but, a little hour-by-hour look at some of the feels like temperatures, still in the 20s and 30s, at 8 a.m.. by noontime, today, it will feel like it's probably in the low or mid 40s, even though we are going to have some pops of 50s on the map. and then for the afternoon i will go with a hague of 55 in boston and lawrence, and
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plymouth. not even getting up to 50 degrees today in worcester, but, i want you to shave off about 5-10 degrees when you start factoring in how it is going to feel with the wind on top of that. so the wind chill today is going to be a real issue. cool and windy, yes, but at least the early morning disturbance is moving out to sea. it will drag with it the clouds as well as the showers, even here at our studio, in dedham. we are seeing the sun come out now and it looks fantastic. continues to brighten up through noontime. afternoon featuring mostly sunny thing you can't see. late tonight we will find the clouds moving back in, by this time tomorrow, i will be tracking some showers for you. so, tonight, low temperatures back into the 40s, these are your wakeup temperatures in the mornings, the best bet for morning rain is going to be south at the pike and although temperatures tomorrow are still kind of chilly out there, mid and upper 50s we are due for high, it will be 1-2 degrees warmer than today, and it brightens up again. tomorrow morning this is when you need to be umbrella prepared
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quick mover, so although it is bringing us a period of rain in the morning, once we hit noontime we should brighten up nicely in bros ton, central massachusetts up into the north shore and southern new hampshire. and over time you will find that clearing sky even penetrating southeastern massachusetts, which brings the sunshine back on monday afternoon. but, the wind is still going to be an item that we have got to follow. temperatures for the next two days, still running slightly below that average of 59 degrees, but mid 50s today, upper 50s tomorrow, and then tuesday, wednesday, thursday, we are struggling. we are at about 50 degrees. we will have more clouds coming in as well, even the chance for rain by late in the week. seven-day forecast with the weekend always in view, of course, keeping thins very windy today at 56 degrees. 58 and breezy tomorrow. gusts are still going up to be up around 30, maybe 35 miles per hour. ted cruz, breezy, colder, with wakeup temperatures close to freezing through the middle of the week. the next rain chances thursday night into friday.
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a new hampshire teenager missing since the height of friday's heavy rain. >> now the fear of where he may have ended up that has crews searching the rivers this weekend. >> plus, a local mother is in for the shock of her life. the birth of her baby boy still has a lot of people talking as he marks one week old. the reason he/she is scrambling to stock up on baby supplies. uh, first of all, i plan to vote for donald trump. when it served her purpose, ayotte buddied up to trump,
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so a baby made his grand entrance into the world with a type of story made for t.v. and there is actually a series based on this premise. >> yeah, you're right. it is because the little guy was born last weekend the a mom who had no idea she was pregnant. she didn't know she was pregnant until she actually gave best. mother shared her story, unbelievable story, with fox 25 kerry cavanaugh. >> five pound, 4-ounce, one very big surprise. >> everything just happened so quick. >> alina martinez went from not knowing she was pregnant to new mom in about 6 hours sunday night. if i heard this story coming from somebody else i would think she was lying. >> martinez said for the last 8 months her life was normal, so were her menstrual cycles. sunday morning, she woke up with cramps, that kept getting worse.
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it's probable i an ovarian cyst and i have a history of it, i have been on birth control for years and years i. got stronger and it was spaced out and timed. i was like wait a minute. >> that's when she went to the hospital and the ultrasound revealed she was 15 weeks pregnant, the second revealed another surprise. >> i get admit odd the labor and delivery. and then she is like oh yeah, so you are actually around 36-38 weeks. right when she finished the sentence my water broke. >> jackson kenney john pierre ri dad made it to the hospital, but needed to see it to believe it. >> i'm guessing he was like tucked under a rib to surprise me. >> the surprise of a lifetime for this norton woman who called her little bundle a big blessing. >> i have always been a an aunt, i will keep the kids and give them back to the mother and father like here, take your kid. i can't give him back now. he is mine. and i don't feel like he is mine. it is just too surreal. >> kerry cavanaugh, fox 25 news. >> how long would it take for the shock to wear off?
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let you know he is perfectly healthy. but -- >> unbelievable. >> unbelievable. >> as we said, mom is scrambling to stock up on the baby supplies they didn't get because they didn't know. >> obviously, yeah, they have had no time to prepare. >> they have had no idea. the best part of the story is where she said i have always been the aunt, tain taken the kids and given them back because they are not mine. >> now she is mommy. >> we can't give that one back, good luck to them and the little guy. the pressure is on for the presidential candidates as election day draws closer and closer. a look at voters in the states. >> upwords of 50 miles per hour wind gusts in edgartown, fairhaven 47 miles per hour, cam bridge 46. i will she you how long these gusty winds stick with us coming up. >> plus, the country still struggling to recover from hurricane matthew. now, dealing with another blow. details of the massive manhunt underway after chaos breaks out the outside corporate interests bankrolling question two are trying to deceive you. here's the truth:
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that's 400 million just last year - according to the state's own data. which means real cuts to our kids - in arts, technology, ap classes, pre-school, bus service and more. that's why question two's opposed by the massachusetts pta and school committees all across the state.
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right now on fox 25 morning news we have the sun pushing out the the clouds, but the wind sticking around. how long damaging gusts will pose a threat. >> two workers kill in a trench collapse. a long history of safety violations doubting their employers record. coming um we uncover the other problems plaguing the company. >> and a nashua teen missing since friday, why investigators are focusing on the city's storm water drainage system. >> again, the cubs are in the world series. the reason red sox fans may be shaking their heads this morning. >> complete new england news coverage starts right now, this is fox 25 morning news. >> all right. good morning thank you for waking up and watch fox 25 morning news this sunday, october 23rd. i'm jason law. >> i'm stephanie coueignoux, a good day to grab the cup of cocoa, grab the cup of coffee. we do want to let you know though, at 7:00 we told you
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we have an update on that now. route 1a north at bennington street partially open and it has been closed all morning long because of flooding and traffic so still down to one lane there. >> yeah, and all the rain and footing was the big story yesterday morning as cleanup continue but this morning the story is really the winds and you probably heard them while row were sleeping, make when you woke up this morning, the tree branches as you said, shiri, scratching the windows and siding. >> yeah, and the the howling wind for sure. basically, all day long, we have got a wind advisory until 6:00 the night. so that tells me reexpecting winds 15-25 sustained with gusts 40-45 miles per hour at some higher elevations. so winds eventually caring it few crowds, you will find things looking much brighter as you wake up in most towns and cities this morning, norwood 46, same in lawrence, 40 in worcester, 47 in boston. sprinkles pulling away from the cape right now, so your hour-by-hour forecast is going to brighten things up and a very wind blown day, temperature wise here, 10 a.m., 47 degrees, noontime 50 is back.
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50s today, 52-58 degrees with gradual clearing in the morning hours, bright and breezy this afternoon. back over to you. >> okay. a search is underway for a 16 year-old boy, who disappeared during the rain storm friday night. >> police say the boy was last seen leaving a friend's house in nashua, new hampshire, and that is where fox 25's jim morelli is this morning and, jim, police now investigating the possibility of the teen may have ended up falling into a storm drain. >> yeah, strange as that might seem because they are not very big, and this teen is 5' 8," 200 pounds so, you wouldn't expect that to happen, we did just see go by a police boat, sort of a pontoon-type boat that took a left up here from where we are. probably looping around back here to the nashua river, which is right below us. they said they are going to be searching the nashua river, the the merrimac river as well as the city's storm water drainage system. this started on friday, that's
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of rain, a lot of it coming between the hours of 8-9:00. about an hour later, nashua police got a call from somebody saying that it was possible someone might have fallen into one of the storm drains and the reason they raised that possibility was because there seemed to be some personal debris around the drain. police came out, found the debris, but didn't find any identifying debris. and they didn't find a person, either. and the next morning, a father called police and said, look, my 16 year-old son has been missing character for him. his name is jacob goulet. he was at a friend's house and the father said the timing suggests he was actually walking home when that powerful rain storm occurred. >> >> the mother is home bawling, her grandmother is home crying, his faithr is just a wreck and just awful not knowing. i mean it's a cold night. it is wet, she is in the water, in the water.
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>> yeah, very very tough story. again, police saying that they are going to be searching the two rivers, the merrimac, the nashua river, as well as the city's waste water, excuse me, storm drainage system. and we are supposed to have a press conference and update at noon today, otherwise, they are not saying too much at this point. but, the family still holding out hope, they are still hoping maybe he stayed over at a friend's house. >> live in nashua, jim morelli fox 25 news. about two two men who died when the trench they were working in collapsed on top of them t. globe named kelvin maddox and robert higgins as the two men who were killed on dartmouth street friday afternoon. fox 25 has been looking into how this happened and the company that those men were working for. this morning our robert goulston reports on the new details that we have uncovered about atlantic drain's history of safety violations. >> it was horrible. it was horrible. i was praying, i was crying, it
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like that. >> myrrh thu colon heard the works from atlantic drain service yelling for help outsider outside her south end department. >> a young man was crying and looking inside the hole. >> two of the workers never made it out. it took into the night to recover their bodies from the trench that filled with water and collapsed after a water main near the trench broke. greg stevens knows both men because he shares a building with the riz >> we are so upset, everyone here. >> fox 25 found dozens of osha violations since atlantic, since 2007 they have been cited for 16 serious violation, six repeated violations and two left-hand lane violations. some of the fines have involved trench safety. in the past, osha said they have allowed people to work 12 feet down without any cave in protection. >> fox 25 also learned atlantic has tens of thousands in unpaid
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recoup through debt collection. we talked to the massachusetts coalition for safety and health, a workplace safety advocacy group, that is concerned the company could get the necessary permits to do trench work with this safety record. >> if the there are huge gaping holes in our state law and in our permitting process, that allows an employer to claim that they are familiar with trenching procedures, and yet they have a history of violating them. >> city officials telling fox 25, they cld investigation. in boston, robert goulston, fox 25 news. >> we have good new, the second officer involved in the shooting has been released from the hospital. officer matt morris has been discharged from the mass. general. officer morris does have a long record to recovery and he will continue his treatment at spaulding rehab. officer richard cintolo was released from mass. general last week. >> this morning, police are
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11 year-old sister during a home invasion in georgia. several other kids, one as young as 6, were in the house at the time and one of the kids actually called 911 after witnessing the shooting yesterday morning. the kids' parents with not at home at the time and this morning police are following several leads but so far they have not identified a suspect or a motive. >> also developing right now, a manhunt underway in haiti after 174 inmates escaped from prison. police say individuals led an uprising in that prison, that turned into a riot and eventually killed a guard. this morning it's not clear if the people that started the uprising were the prisoners themselves or people from the outside. s.w.a.t. teams and defense teams are searching for the escapees but right now at this hour, only about a dozen have been captured. >> boston mayor marty walsh headed north to manchester, new hampshire, campaigning for hillary clinton. he hosted a canvassing kick off event yesterday, to encourage
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and walsh isn't the only massachusetts democrat campaigning for clinton in new hampshire. senator elizabeth warren will be joining clinton in more for a rally tomorrow. with election day quickly approaching the 2016 presidential candidates are working hard to court voters. mike emanuel reports from philadelphia where both candidates gave big campaign speeches in this swing state of pennsylvania. >> republican presidential nominee donald trump offered insight into his in office if he wins next month's election. trump promised to ban white house and congressional officials from becoming lobbyists after leaving office. >> a constitutional amendment to impose term limits on all members of congress. a requirement that for every new federal regulation, two existing regulations must be eliminated. >> campaigning in pennsylvania, trump also lashing out against the women who accused him of sexual assault, including new
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>> he grabbed each of us tightly in a hug, and kissed each one of us without asking permission. >> every woman lied when they came forward to hurt my campaign. all of these liars will be sued after the election is over. >> meanwhile, more wikileaks revelations about what some of clinton's closest advisers think about catholics and evangelical protestant, jennifer al merry, now the communications director for clinton's campaign, was working at a literal think tank were e-mailing about why some conservative republicans are catholic, palmieri wrote, quote, i imagine they think it is the most socially acceptable politically conservative religion their rich friends wouldn't understand if they became evangelicals. clinton campaigning in pennsylvania, made no mention of the wikileaks scandal. >> there was a third and last time i will ever have to debate donald trump. i mean, think about this.
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stable with donald, proving once again i have the stamina to be president of the united states. with election day two weeks away, clinton will travel to battleground north carolina, and trump campaigning in sunny florida. in philadelphia, mike emanuel, fox news. >> week 7 in the nfl and two of the best teams in the a.f.c. are squaring off in pittsburgh today. nobody seems to own the steelers he played them ten times in his career and he won 8. since mime tock lynn took over in pittsburgh in 2007, brady is 4-1 with 17 touchdowns and 0 interceptions against the steelers. once again, new england is going to be heavy favorites when they go to heinz field, mainly because ben roethlisberger is out tonight, or this afternoon with a bum knee. so landry jones gets to start under center as the pats look to go 6-1 for the year. butch stearns will have a presaw of the game from pittsburgh in
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theme, the world series is set and a drought will end for someone. >> that's right. the up cans battle the indeyaps in the word series after chicago knocked off the dodgers last night at wrigley. >> >> loightsout! the cubs have won the pennant. >> theo epstein may be the greatest general manager in sports, not just baseball, but in sports ever. he does it again and he is on the brink of curse. the cubs famously have not won a world series since 1908 and haven't been to a series since 1945. besides theo epstein you have a slew of connections to boston in this world series, terry francona managing the indians with his alcs mvp, former sox pitcher andrew mill lax for the cubs john lester, your n. l. c. s. mvp pitching for chicago and john laky, a former red sox pitcher, pitching for the cubs. one way or another, it will be
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tuesday night. >> a local school district pushing for more sleep. still ahead the science behind starting school a little later in the morning. >> plus, a new animal shows up at a farm that is the center of a massive animal abuse investigation. coming up the reason police say there is nothing they can do to take that animal away. >> and ahead of the charles regatta turning nice and bright but staying very cool and windy, 48 degrees at 10 a.m.. 51 by noontime and 54 by 5:00
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uh, first of all, i plan to vote for donald trump. when it served her purpose, ayotte buddied up to trump, even calling him a role model. would you tell a child to aspire to be like donald trump? oh absolutely, i would do that.
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and what she values is her seat. and she's trying - to keep something she values. - i know. kelly ayotte. the politician. looking out for herself. independence usa pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. 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.
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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. please join me in voting no on question 2. a local police officer is recovering after surviving a serious crash that left his cruiser looking like this, trumped and twisted and east driver that hit him was drunk. according to police the officer was stopped at a red light on route 18, early saturday morning. when 24 year-old ryan macaluso plowed into him. we have learned this is not his first offense. he has been charged with o.u.i. once before. the good news is the officer is expected to be okay, macaluso will be in court tomorrow. >> if you have kids in school you probably know the sound of that early alarm clock all too well. and having the school day start
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crystal hanes reports it is something boston public schools are now considering. >> boston city counselors want high schoolers to get more sleep before the bell rings. >> we have more than half of our high schools have start times will be at 6:30 a.m.. >> for counselor matt oh mallly it is personal, his nephew is a high schooler. >> live in westbury, he goes to school in boxbury, because of has to leave his to us right around for 6 a.m.. >> the american academy of pediatrics recommend adolescents get between 8-10 hours of sleep and they are wired to fall asleep later at night. studies have shown more sleep translates into better test scores and a drop in tardiness. >> i have some considerable reservations. >> but boston mom angelina comacho said don't hit snooze just yet, he is concerned about after school sports and
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any at all, so to today is the day to enjoy. >> if you can. before you head outside. >> through the window, maybe look at the sun through the
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day. from inside it looks fantastic. as you step outside, not so much. it's because we have the strong winds today, possibly damaging wind gusts developing, really a possibility through the morning, lunchtime, and straight into the afternoon. with it we will look for tree damage, tree limbs may be coming down, that could cause power outages, that is a very real possibility today. and on top of that, wind chills which are going to make it, of course, still uncomfortable. let's go to worcester, that is at 40 degrees. you will see the increasing winds sustained at 20, gusting into the 30s now, last hour it was guing article to 45 miles per hour. so it feels like it's 30. it feels 10 degrees cooler. you can actually check out the fox 25 weather app, and under the temperature in your town it will tell you that. fights like temperature right now. 10 a.m., 41 degrees. noontime, 45 in worcester, we have barely get up to 50 degrees there, should be a little warmer in some other towns and cities, and in plymouth right now we are seeing the cloud cover begin to lighten. we have got winds also sustained
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but the warmup a little grander here with, by noontime, 51 degrees. mid 50s for afternoon highs. let's time out our changes with futurecast right here. clouds are out, sun is in. but of course we have that windy element all throughout the day. the nice thing is, at least it is going to be bright. i'm hoping that will make it feel warmer for you because you know between the temperatures and the wind, mother nature not helping in the warmth department today. tomorrow morning, we have the risk of some early showers. we have got this really fast moving little clipper, this low, th and with it, it is bringing the risk for rain when you wake up tomorrow morning, to areas south of the mass pike, these could just get up to about boston but i don't see them going much further north than that. through the morning, only, because by noontime it is pulling out to sea. we will be increasing sunshine here coming in from the north and the west. so, we are turning brighter again in the afternoon. but it is still going to be pretty windy out there for your monday. so, highs today, 55 in boston, and beverly, 54 in bedford, 56 today in plymouth.
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bear in mind, our higher elevations like the worcester hills are going to come away with some of the strongest wind gusts today. tonight, in fact, into the 40s with a chance for late rain and likewise tomorrow morning we have got that chance for rain south, wuh will see increasing sun. highs only in the mid-to-upper 50s i. will be another at or slightly below average temperature kind of day. rain totals tomorrow, not too impressive. we are not talking the downpours or the steady all-day rain like we had friday and saturday, but we are talking about a ten perhaps 2 tenlts of an inch of rain. highest totals from the cape and the islands. seven-day forecast with the weekend always in view after 56 and windy conditions today with brightening sky, we stay breezy monday and tuesday. tuesday though, you have to take out the morning lows, 34 degrees means that many of you waking up to near freezing temperatures. and that goes for wednesday and thursday as well. next rain after that, thursday night into friday. back to you goos. >> 50 bucks and an app on a smart phone can build a key to ruin a life.
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a massive merger is expected to impact media around the world. at&t is purchasing time warner cable for more than $85 billion this is a deal that would turn the phone company into a media giant. the merger would give at&t control over a wide array of channel, including hbo and cnn. company leaders approved that deal yesterday. the sec still has to review that many regulatory conditions. but, if it is approved, it would be one of the biggest media mergers in history. >> there is a new state law in new york, putting restrictions on airbnb. people say they use the airbnb largely because it's cheeper especially when visiting new york. what won't with cheep, however, under the new law, is the penalty you can pay if you are caught listing a vacant apartment for a short term rental. it says anyone trying to fill an empty unit for less than 30 days could face a $7,500 fine.
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homes say they are disappointed. >> i have children that are in college, daughter in private school, so we needed thed additional income. and we are giving it a shot. it has been very good for us. >> the new law doesn't apply to spare bedrooms so most hosts are not affected. the company itself is not happy, filing a lawsuit to stop the new laws implementation, just hours after it went into effect. so far there no time for when the new law will go effect. closer to home, worcester and lynnfield are b >> leo dicaprio is hoping climate change will get pushd into the political agenda. >> we have known about this for decades, over half a censure rivment try to have a conversation with anyone about climate change, people tune out. >> climate change. climate change. >> and the problem seems to be getting worse and worse and worse. >> almost a decade after hiseco
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dicaprio returned to green issues with this film called before the flood, in the documentary, dicaprio traveled the world talking scientist, environmentalists and world leaders. including president obama, and the pope. >> really made this film for young people and other people that don't think about climate change. don't think about how important this issue is. >> before the flood will be released next sunday. >> and i have got some fading color for the foliage we see great pops of color but we have a problem with all the leaves on the trees still, with wind and wind damage, potential today. i will break down the strongest winds next. >> nashua teen has been missing since friday, what role a
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boston common, if if you have really good eyes, you can probably see some of those trees waving around in the wind. it is so bad, actually, it seems that ferry trips are canceled because of the wind this morning. >> outside our studios here in dedham, it looks like a beautiful start to the sunday morning. sun is out, that is a good thing because we didn't see it at all yesterday. shiri spears tracking wind though, which in some spots are pretty significant. >> shiri? >> been a couple days since we saw the sun. the sun is back in town, but the winds, unfortunately, persti right now, 36 miles per hour in boston, 32 in norwood, 31 in worcester, last hour it was closer to 35. wind can strengthen and weaken throughout the day but they will be quite significant. and we do have that wind advisory that goes until 6 p.m. so, until then, we are going to have some howling wind. 46 degrees in plymouth right now, 46 in marion as well. temperatures in boston, in the upper 40s, a little cooler in
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in town send, 43 bedford, new hampshire. sun coming out, folks, from this point on we are looking at mostly sunny skies today, wind gusting 30-40 miles per hour here at lunchtime, at 51 and 55 at 3 p.m., i will show you some of the cool spots where we don't even hit 50 today coming up back to you. >> a potential tragedy developing this morning in new hampshire, a teenager is missing thought to be swept away in friday's heavy flooding. >> the 16 year-old was last seen walking home from a friend's showers and later his belongings were found scattered near an open storm drain. >> jim morelli is live in gnashwall and, jim, crews remember searching the the rivers there because they believe that is where they may find this missing boy? >> you know, all morning long, jason, we have been trying to figure out how does a boy described as being 5' 8," 200 pounds, fall through a storm waste water drain? and of course we are thinking of the storm waste water drains being the rather small rectangles, we just had an
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the one who called police that night. she called police because she saw first of all a brand new umbrella, she walked over and she saw this very large drain open. she said they are two steel plates next to each other and one of them has been moved off. she presumed by the incredible force of the water. and she saw a hat hanging onto the other part of that steel piece of steel over the drain. in other words, there was a drain big enough for fall through. now, this all happened on friday night, that's when a rain storm moves through nashua, dropping about 3" between the hours of 8-9:00, it was the most intense and that is when this woman said she called police. right around 9:30 or so, she was walking down the street and saw this umbrella. police came. they saw this debris, but it didn't have any identification attached to it, so they didn't know who it belonged to. they also didn't find anybody. but the next morning, this boy's
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supposed to have been home. it was uncharacteristic for him not to show up. he was walking home from the friend's house at last report and that would have been during this powerful rain storm. >> wife is home bawling, the father is a wreck and it's awful just not knowing. it is a cold night. it is wet. it's hard t >> >> very/hard to deal with today, searchers are going to be out on the merrimac river, this is the nashua river, they will be out there and also searching again through the city's storm waste water drainage system. we will hear from this woman at 9:00, we will hear what she has to say. she was very upset because she said i wish i could have done more. live in nashua, jim morelli fox 5 news. >> two workers killed in a south end trench collapse have now been identified.
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53 year-old calvin maddox was a father of four who recently adopted three of his grandchildren. robert higgins was 47, and had only recently started working for the company, atlantic drain. both men died friday when a trench on dartmouth street filled with water from a broken water main, this morning, the accident remains under investigation and fox 25 continues to look into the background of the men's employer. as we reported before, atlantic drain has a history of osha trench safety. you can log on to "fox25boston.com" about the dpen's safety record. one man is dead and another hospitalized after a stabbing in hyannis and this morning we are getting our first look at the scene in the immediate aftermath. you can see a lot of flashing lights in this video, as the man is lowed into a waiting ambulance. this happened very early yesterday morning on beth lane. police were called for a fight there and that's when they found
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26 year-old thomas russell died from his injuries. the globe reports the other man is in critical condition. police are investigating they have made one arrest in connection to the fight and that person is facing charges for probation violation. >> a westport farm already at the site of an animal abuse investigation has rescued one animal but there is a cow located on the american legion highway that comes months after 1400 the farm after police found them in unsafe and unclean conditions. diseasens of other animals were also found dead on the property. police say the crop show some of them starved to tet. despite the concerns about that new animal, at the farm, police say there is just nothing they can do. >> there is nothing stopping the property owner from bringing animals back on the police end. the only entities that could stop that would be the board of
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department enforcing violations. >> police say they have asked for court proceedings in connection with the previous animal removal but no one has been charged at this time. >> a group of the most dangerous type of sex oh fenners all in one house together. coming up this morning we will tell you the reason dorchester leaders say there is not much they can do about it. >> plus the patriots gearing up to take on the steelers this afternoon. fox 25 butch stearns takes a look at how those two teams stack up right next in your morning sports. >> >> wind chills are feels like 39 in boston, 30 in worcester, 38 in lawrence. it will be a raw day ahead, i do
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it's not uncommon for autistic kids to flap their hands. and so when i saw that, that was completely disqualifying. i'm a republican, but this election is so much bigger than party. my son max can't live in trump world. so i'm crossing party lines and voting for hillary. i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. and she's smart. she can work with people to solve problems. when it really mattered. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. >> it is game day for the patriots and steelers, kick off is 4:25. >> we can't wait. fox that reporter butch stearns is in boss tennessee with a look at the matchup. >> patriots/steelers is always a the ball and sunday here in pittsburgh promises to be
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between two two teams. the patriots are 7 1/2 point favorites on the road. the reason is obvious. ben roethlisberger will not play in this game, having left knee meniscus surgery this past monday. his backup, landry jones will start. now when it comes to tom brady against the steelers, he has head great success against the team. the last time these two teams faced off was in foxboro, to open the 2015 season. brady threw for 4 touchdowns, and a 28-21 win that day. but, this game is being here in pittsburgh. and with or without ben roethlisberger the patriots offense still has to go against the tough steelers defense. and the patriots know, you always have to earn everything you get against the pittsburgh defense. >> the steelers over the years really haven't changed that much. i mean they got a lot of saving on core guys and they are always big. always physical. you are always going in for a tough matchup when you go over to steels defense, no matter
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it is a lot of pressure, i mean, they blitz a lot. they have every blitz in the book. it's a challenging defense to play. they test you in every area. and, you know, that's why we always have so many tough games against them. you know, they are just, they are a tough to plays especially at home. >> tom brady can talk about how tough the steelers are all hability whats but the truth, is he owns this team. 4-2, in his history at heinz field including two wins and two different a.f.c. champio 8-2, in his ten games against steelers all-time and in the games, he has thrown for 24 touchdowns total and just 3 intersemises. butch stearn, fox 25 sports. >> a lot of excitement in the air especial for the cubs. >> yes, and the red sox fans may be shaking their heads. we will break down all the former red sox playing in the world series. >> speaking of the red sox, the
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you know me. that's new hampshire kelly ayotte. this is washington kelly ayotte. she voted for 20 billion dollars in tax breaks for the big oil companies. but she voted against letting you refinance your student loans. ayotte voted to give a huge tax breaks to millionaires. while 95% of us... got nothing. kelly ayotte. you need to know in washington. she's not working for new hampshire.
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a $50 device and an app are all ate takes for someone to get easy access to all your personal information. hackers can use them to trick your computer into thinking it it is hoobd up to a trusted connection. no matter how strong the pass word is, it will not stop harks. mark ockerbloom learned what you can do to turn the tables on these crooks. >> hacking evolved a $50 piece of hardware and an app can give anyone the key to log into your computer even if >> that worries me. i know there is a lot of people out there that would love to use that and, you know, stalkers and all of that. sex offends. it is, that's frightening. >> it's like you have to walk around and you have to have six eyes in theback back of your head. >> here is a researcher demonstrating how almost anyone can steal a user name and password using a usb device and software. >> the ease of this hack has security experts concerned.
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is extremely dangerous. essentially, everybody is vulnerable. all of your money, all of your finances can always be liquidated by a criminal hacker. >> robertcy sill yeah no. is a security expert with hot shot shield, he says this device can make it difficult to hack into a computer and you are at risk wherever you leave your computer unattended. >> right now, you can pretty much buy all the necessary components to create this hack onge your own, plug a device into, say, a spouse's or boss' computer and gai without their passwords. >> but there are a few key things you can do to protect yourself from this type of hack. don't allow sites to remember your password. someone hacks into your computer, they can get into these web sites. and encrypt all the data on your computer. that way, even if someone gets past your log in, they would still need a by to get past the encrypted files. and be careful of who uses your computer. >> the key is, never let anyone access your device without your knowledge.
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it could be a spouse. it could be a contractor. your devices that sit in your home or office are vulnerable to anybody that it wants access that has the devices in their possession. >> mark ockerbloom, fox 25 news. >> one big thing you can do is log out of your programs but your e-mail, online banks and facebook when you step away from the computer. a hacker won't be able to get into the accounts if your passwords are not auto saved. >> all right. turning to weather right now, yo you are looking outside. it looks sunny. and then you step outside and it feels raw. >> look at trees in the front yard,. >> it is telling the whole story today. >> they are going nuts. >> absolutely. we are talking wind chills and the potential for wind damage as well and of course for you, your comfort level is going to suffer a bit. so, 47 degrees in boston feels more like 39 because of the wind, sustained at 21 miles per hour. we have had gusts 30, even 40 miles per hour so far this morning. now, gusting 36 miles per hour
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expected feels like temperatures, your wind chills, and it's going to feel like it's still in the upper 30s to lower 40s at 10:00 this morning. noontime, although actual temperature readings are going to be close to 50, you can still feel it feels like the lower 40s, and a lot of towns and city, i would say 55 for your high in boston and beverly, 56 today in plymouth. 54 for fitchburg, nashua, new hampshire, 53 but you should probably shave off 5-10 degrees when a great way the get an idea of your town, fox 25 weather app, first thing you see is a temperature in your town right under it, the el foos like temperature. cool and windy, a little disturbance moving out along with some very very early sprinkles and clouds and now you can find that it is brightening up across the board. sunshine here at noontime today, sliding through the afternoon. we top into the nice bright conditions. late tonight after midnight though we start seeing more clouds move in. this time tomorrow we will talk a good chance for rain out
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these will be your wakeup temperatures tomorrow, folks. i'm happy to say it is not going to be too, too cold out there tomorrow. but, yes, we still have wind we are dealing with so we will talk wind chills probably all the way through about tuesday. so, we have got temperatures tomorrow in the mid-to-upper 50s for highs. though there is a risk for some morning rain, we have a turn around in the afternoon. 7 a.m. we have a fast area of low pressure moving to the south, so that means from the time you wake up in the morning through the morning compute, we are tracking some showers,
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freezing mornings on wednesday and thursday as well. clouds are slowly going to be creeping in, especially for coastal towns and cities, on wednesday, and thursday. because of an on-shore breeze. so it could be ocean effect clouds, inland towns and cities will tend to run brighter but then thursday night into friday, we have the next showers. stephanie, back to you. >> a new hampshire teenager missing since the height of friday's heavy rain, the fear of where he may have ended up as crews are searching the rivers. plus, a local mother in for the shock of her life. the birth of her baby boy has everyone still talking as he marks one week old. the reason that she is now
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there is a baby who i nicknamed the world's greatest surprise. this is the story that everyone is still talking about. >> that's right. the little guy was born last weekend to a mom who had no idea that she was pregnant. the surprise but thrilled mother shared her story with fox 25
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>> 5-pound, 4 howdgeses one very big surprise. >> everything happened so quick. >> alina martinez went from not knowing she was pregnant to new mom, in about 6 hours sunday night. >> if i heard this story coming from somebody else i would think she was lying. >> martinez said for the last 8 months her life was normal and so were her menstrual cycles. sunday she woke up with cramps that got worse. >> my sister is medical sent assistant and se said it's probably an ovarian history and been on birth control for years and year, it got stronger and more timed. i was like wait a minute. >> that's when she went to the hospital and ul va surround revealed she was 15 weeks pregnant, a second one revealed another surprise. >> i get admitted to the labor and delivery, and then she is like, oh, yeah, you are actually around 36-38 weeks. right when she finished the sentence my water broke. >> jackson kenney john pierre arrived shortly after that. dad made it to the hospital but needed to see it to believe it.
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a rib, not going to sunrise you. >> the surprise of a lifetime for this norton woman who called her little bundle a big blessing. >> i have always been an aunt. i will cooch the kids and take them longer. i can't give them back now. he is mine. i don't feel like he is mine. it is just surreal. >> kerry cavanaugh, fox 25 news. >> that would take a while to sink in, but no doubt, she is absolutely in baby, he is fight for his size. >> she didn't have any. >> the election over, we promise, the pressure now is ratcheting up on the candidates as the election day draws closer and closer, coming up this morning, we look at the latest attempts to court voters in the swing states. >> we have had gusts so far already upwards of 50 miles per hour for edgartown, fairhaven
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mass, 46 miles per hour, i will show you what kind of wind you are facing in your town next. >> plus, a country still struggling to recover from hurricane matthew, now, dealing with another blow. detail of the massive manhunt underway after chaos, breaks out in a spent 21 years in the navy, defending america. if i only showed up half of the time, i'd have been court-martialed. but that's what senator kelly ayotte did. she missed nearly half of her homeland security hearings. vo: on critical homeland security hearings,
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uh, first of all, i plan to vote for donald trump. when it served her purpose, ayotte buddied up to trump, even calling him a role model. would you tell a child to aspire to be like donald trump? oh absolutely, i would do that.
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and what she values is her seat. and she's trying - to keep something she values. - i know. kelly ayotte. the politician. looking out for herself. independence usa pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. news we have sun pushing out the clouds, but the wind sticking around. how long damaging g >> a nashua teen is missing since friday. why investigators are focusing on the city's storm water drainage system. >> two workers killed in a trench collapse, a long history of safety violations dotting their employer's record. coming up, we you uncover the other problems plaguing the company. >> and theo epstein does it again. the cubs are in the world series. the reason red sox fans may be
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>> complete new england news coverage starting right now. this is fox 25 morning news. >> good morning, and happy sunday, thank you for watching fox 25 morning news. it is 9 a.m. this october 23rd, i'm jason law. >> i'm stephanie coueignoux, hopefully you are cozy inside. the rain is out so it looks beautiful. however, if you step outside, you will get the blast of wind and, in fact, meteorologist shiri spear is tracking that wind advisory. you already. >> yes, gusts up cards of 40-50 miles per hour, it's been an incredibly breezy morning, sustained winds around 20 miles per hour, gusts could be as high as 45. wuh will see some of the storms we have coming out of the higher elevations so we are looking out towards the worcester hills as our windiest spot and the spot where we could most likely see some wind damage. there are things really brighten up. we have temperatures at 47 in boston and plymouth, 46 in fitchburg, 42 in keene, new hampshire, and 50 degrees in
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brightening continues for any lingering clouds out there. temperature-wise, here, as we get into the afternoon, we will find a lot of these mid 50s, i would say highs from 52-58 degrees today. but the latest on how long that wind is going to last is ahead. >> developing this evening mo, the search continues today for a 16 year-old boy who disappeared during the rain storm friday night. >> police say the boy was last seen leaving a friend's house in nashua, new hampshire, and there is fear that he may have gotten swept into a storm nashua this morning, and, jim, you just spoke with the woman who said she called police. >> yeah, we did indeed. all morning long we have been trying to figure out the description of the 16 year-old, is that he is 5' 8," 200 pounds and we have been trying to figure out how he would have gotten swept into a storm drain because we usually think of those thins as being fairly small. but we spoke with a woman named francis lee sander, she said she was in this area on friday night, as an intense rain storm
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she was walking towards this large drain, and she saw something odd in the street. a brand new umbrella. >> it was open and then when i looked out, i jumped back. myself. okay. i said somebody is in there. because the hat, it looked like he was trying to hold on, his umbrella flew where the fence is, it was like nearby. the umbrella here, and then after the hat was right, right near the drain. like if he was trying on. >> just to describe for you what she described to us, this drain apparently consists of two large steel plates, apparently, one of them had become loose, had gone askew, and she said the opening was definitely large enough for someone to go through. she said when emergency crews came, it took four or five guys to lift that other plate off. so, presumably, we are talking about forceful water pushing that plate off and she said the rain that night was intense.
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street was also intense. and she wishes that she could have come a little bit earlier because she thought maybe she could have helped. live fox 25 news. >> this morning, we are a-- learning more about the two men who died when a trench they were working on collapsed on top of them. the boston globe named question rin haimtion and ben maddox as the two men killed friday afternoon. fox 25 is looking into what happened and the company those men were working for. this morning, our robert goulston reports on the new about atlantic drain's history of safety violations. >> it was horrible. it was horrible. i was praying, i was crying. it was horrible. and i never seen anything like that. measuretha colone heard the workers from atlantic drain service yelling for help friday, outside her south end apartment. >> a young man was just so distressed, he was crying and looking inside the hole. >> the workers never made it out, it took into the night to recover their bodies from the
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main near the trench broke. greg stevens knows both men because atlantic shares a building with his roslindale business. he said the owner and other workers are devastated. >> we are missing them, everyone here. >> fox 25 found dozens of osha violations against atlantic since 2007, they have been cited for 16 serious violations, six repeated violations and two left-hand lane violations. some of the fines against atlantic drain service have involved trench sa allowed people to work 12 feet down, without any cave-in protection. >> fox 25 also learned atlantic has tens of thousands in unpaid fines that osha is trying to recoup through debt collection. we talked to the massachusetts coalition for safety and health, a workplace safety advocacy group, that is concerned the company could get the necessary permits to do trench work with this safety record. >> if there is a huge gaping hole in our state law and in our
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an employer to claim that they are familiar with trenching procedures, and yet, they have a history of violating them. >> city officials telling fox 25, they could not comment on the case because of the ongoing investigation. in boston, robert goulston, fox 25 news. >> great news from the boston police department this weekend. we can tell you the second officer injured in the east boston shooting has been released from the hospital. officer math morris has been discharged from mass. general. boston police officer morris is doing well, doing better but still has a long road to recovery. he will continue treatment at spaulding rehab. officer richard cintolo was released from mass. general earlier last week. >> brockton police are investigating a stabbing that left one man hurt outside of a bar. this happened around 2 a.m., behind joe angelo's cafe yesterday morning. the man was brought to boston medical center. we are working to find out if police have made any arrests. >> this morning brockton police are searching for a driver that hit three people and then took
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yesterday. and according to police, all three people were hurt. one of the victims was even left lying in the middle of the road. so far, investigators have not released any information about the suspect's car. developing right now a manhunt sundayway in haiti after 174 inmates escaped from prison. police say heavily armed individuals led an uprising that turned into a riot and eventually killed a guard. this morning, it's still not clear if the people that started the uprising were the prisoners themselves or people from the outside. s.w.a.t. teams and defense teams right now are searching for the escapees and only about a dozen so far have been captured. >> boston mayor marty walsh headed north to emanuel african methodist episcopal church, new hampshire, campaigning for hillary clinton. he hosted a canvassing kick off event yesterday to encourage supporters to knock on doors for the democrat ic nominee. and walsh isn't the only massachusetts democrat campaigning for clinton in new hampshire. senator elizabeth warren will be joining clinton in more for a rally tomorrow.
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approaching, the 2016 presidential candidates are working hard to court voters. mike emanuel reports from philadelphia, where both candidates gave big campaign speeches in the key swing state of pennsylvania. >> republican presidential nominee donald trump offered incite into his first 100 i das in office, if he wins next month's election. trump promised to ban white house and congressional officials from becoming lobbyists after leaving office. >> a constitutional amendment to impose members of congress. >> a requirement that for every new federal regulation, two existing regulations must be eliminated. >> campaigning in pennsylvania, trump also lashing out against the women who accused him of sexual assault including new allegations from an 11th woman. >> he grabbed each of us tightly in a hug and kissed each one of us without asking permission. >> every woman lied when they
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campaign. aim of these liars will be sued after the election is over. >> meanwhile, more wikileaks revelations about what some of clinton's closest advisers think about catholics and evangelical protestants. jennifer palmieri, now the communications director for clinton's campaign, was working in a literal think tank in 2011 when she and others were e-mailing about why some conservative republicans are catholic, palmieri wrote, quote, i imagine they think it is the most socially acceptable whether their rich friends wouldn't understand if they became evangelicals. hillary clinton made no mention of the wikileaks scandal. >> that was the third and last time i ever have to debate donald trump. i mean, think about this. i have now spent 4 1/2 hours on stage with donald, novembering once again i have the stamina to be president of the united states. >> with election day a little
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traveling the battleground north carolina, and trump campaigning in sunny florida. in philadelphia, mike emanuel, fox news. >> week 7 of the nfl and two of the best teams in the nfc are squaring off in pittsburgh later this afternoon. and nobody seems to own the steelers like tom brady. he played them ten times in his career. he won 8 of those games. since mike tom lynn took over in 2007, brady is 4-1, 17 touchdowns, no interceptions. and once be heavy favorites this afternoon at heinz field. mostly because ben roethlisberger is out of the game with a bum knee. the landry jones will get the start under center as the patz go 6-1 for the year, butch stearns has a preview of the game from pittsburgh coming up in 30 minutes. >> well, we now know who will be in world series, and a championship drought is going to end for someone. >> that's right. the cubs will battle the indians in the world series after chicago knocked off the dodgers
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>> the cubs have won the pennant! >> theo epstein does it again, on the brink of ending another curse of the the cubs famously have not won a world series since 1908. they have not been to the series since 1945. besides theo epistein you have a slew of connections to boston and the world series. terry francona, of course, managing the indians with his alcs mvp, former red sox pitcher andrew mill lar, and for n. l. c. s. mvp, and also john laki, another former sox pitcher playing for the cubs. one way or another, this is going an historic world series that begin right here on fox 25 tuesday night. >> a westport farm already at the center of a massive animal abuse investigation, now back in the headlines. the reason police say they have major concerns about the latest addition to the property. >> and the group of the most dangerous type of sex offenders all living together in the same
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say there is not much they can do about it. >> >> and raw conditions for the head of the charles regatta today, we have 10 a.m. temperatures close to 50 degrees, we don't go too much higher in the afternoon, but i will show you how long it stays
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there is anger and outrage in a dorchester neighborhood, 7 sex offenders all living together living tonet together in one group. when neighbors discovered they are the most dangerous type, level 3, they contacted fox 25 investigates. when our bob ward took this issue to the city, he was told there may not be much the city can do. >> >> dawn barrett and julia he meya lived in the dorchester neighborhood raising families ifer year, that's are shocked to discover with lives next door to them at 96 milton avenue, 7 level 3 sex offenders. this is their registered address, 6 of the 7 level 3 sex offenders have been convicted of rape of a child. and they live right next door. >> what did you think when you found that out? >> i was outraged. i -- my concern was definitely that of my children, the safety of my children and the community. it's too many in one place. i just feel like, 7 is a lot. >> level 3?
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>> level 3 sex offenders are deemed most at risk to reoffend. dawn and julia tell me this neighborhood is filled with children. >> the fact that there is a bus stop right here, there is a playground and a day care, there is a lot of what you call things that could entice them. >> there is no law or regulation to stop a large number of level 3 sex offenders from living under one roof. city counselor andrea campbell told fox 25 in a statement she is trying to help but it doesn't seem there is much she can do. departments are required to follow laws and regulations and do not have the authority to evict anyone or remove individuals from their home. we are currently in contact with boston police, the state, including the sex offender registry board, and the homeowners lawyer, in an effort to resolve the matter favorably for the community. but, dawn and julia are taking a stand. >> we want the sex offenders moved out of this house. >> we might have to pick picket out here. whatever it takes to make sure
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lets -- sends a strong message these are our kids and we will protect them, no matter what. >> julia and dawn believe that that house is actually an illegal rooming house. now, i checked with city inspectionnal services, they have tried three times in recent weeks to get inside and see what's going on. but they have not been able to. so, they have issued the owner of the house a violation order. i tried to talk to the owner. i went to his house. the address that's on record, but i have not been a able to reach him. in dorchester, bob >> a local police officer is recovering this weekend after surviving a serious crash that left his cruiser looking like this. crumpled and twisted. an east bridgewater police say the drive that are hit imhim was drunk. according to police the officer was stopped at a red light on route 18 early saturday evening mo. when 24 year-old ryan macaluso plowed into him. we have learned this is not his first offense. he has been charged with o.u.i. once before. >> second offense, you know, he
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he will have to pay for what he did. >> the officer suffered neck and back injuries but is expected to be okay. macaluso also had minor injuries. he had two passengers, they weren't hurt. macaluso was released on bail and is expected to be arraigned in brockton district court sometime tomorrow. >> dozens of people showed up to rededicate a local park in honor of a young girl taken too soon. this is video of the renaming ceremony of the otis street playground in somerville. the park was named yesterday in 1995 murder remains unsolved to this day. fox 25's bob ward has covered the murder and the investigation for years, as the family still hopes this case will be solved. if you have any new information to add to this 21 year-old case, you are asked to call somerville police. >> it's funny i keep looking out the windows of our studios in dedham and i can't help but shiver a little bit. it looks cold, doesn't it? even though the sun is out. the skies are clear for the most
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>> yeah. >> it will be cold out there. it is the kind of day you want the extra lair, you want to bundle yourself up. if you are going out there, i don't know, maybe pick pumpkins with the kids? maybe give them a scarf and hat. i don't think i have said that yet this year just because of the wind. the wind on top of everything making it feel very chilly, we are going to be watching for the potential of damaging wind gusts here through the day today, could cause power outages, could damage some local trees as well, and then we have got wind chills as well. i don't think that is as threat it's more of a discomfort than any kind of threat, but man, you are going to notice them. 42 degrees right now in worcester, as we are seeing the nice sunshine develop, we have 18 miles per hour for sustained winds but gusts have been stronger, leading to a feels like temperature of 34 degrees. i think that is the loest it felt all morning. definitely a brrrrr factor in the forecast, the problem in worcester is this is one of the windiest spots because you are higher up in elevation and it is going to be tough to get up to 50 degrees. i know it's not fun to see an
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map. a lot of spots will crack 50s. plymouth right now at 47 degrees. we are seeing increasing sunshine. winds sustained at 23 miles per hour, your feels like temperature isn't even 40 right now. luckily, temperature-wise, we crack the mid 50s here in plymouth and it comes with mostly sunny skies. so, at least the weather as far as any clouds and rain chances go, in that respect it will be very quiet today. it's really the wind we have to watch closely as we travel through the day. we are going to be breaking down, of course, th morning. jason brewer will watch for any kind of wind damage reports coming up later on today, and then you can see once we hit the overnight hours, we have got more clouds around, and by this time tomorrow we will be watching for some scattered rain showers. mostly along south of the mass pike here tomorrow, we have a pretty quick blast of showers, but it is going to slow things down for the morning commute. i think for any drivers in or out of towns and cities south of boston. during the afternoon, even by lunchtime, you can find it will be brightening up again.
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afternoon. but the winds will be whipping again tomorrow. we will not let go of the wind, probably until about wednesday. we have days here of breezy conditions. highs today, how about 55 in boston and beverly, 56 in plymouth, 53 in nashua, new hampshire, 49 degrees today this worcester and mid 50s out across the cape. tonight, we have got 40s, we have the chance for some rain, and then for the day tomorrow, we have got rain chances around through about 11:00 in the afternoon, after that we should dry out and brighten up. temperatures go a couple degrees warmer than today, nothing to get excited about. 50s are still going to feel very fall like and chilly. the rain tomorrow, we are looking at trace amounts in boston, possibly one or two tenths of an-inch of rain over the cape and islands. now, that means that is not the same washout we had yesterday. it is not the soaking, drenching, torrential rain we had friday. it is just some light-to-moderate showers in the morning tomorrow. after that we have a big cool down tuesday wednesday thursday, waking up to near freezing temperatures in the 30s, the highest only about 50 degrees,
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is your next bet for rain. back the to you guys. >> the story is unbelievable reasonable degree of medical probability the surprise of a lifetime for one local mom, a boxing baby boy now a week old. we will tell you the reason coming up she is scrambling to get all the supplies she needs to bring up baby. >> plus, a popular vacation rental web site now getting hit with some strict new rules. details of the crackdown airbnb is facing in new many of my guests have told me that there is no way that they would have been able to take the trips that they were taking if they hadn't had the option of staying in an airbnb. airbnb is bringing business to the local small businesses. we send our guests to the local restaurants and the local businesses.
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especially when visiting new york. but what wouldn't be so cheep under the new law is the penalty you could pay if you are caught listing a vacant apartment for a short term rental. it says anyone trying to fill an everybody thety unit for less than 30 days could face a $7,500 fine. that new law does not apply to spare bedrooms, so most airbnb hosts will not be affected. the company itself is not happy though, they are filing a lawsuit to stop the laws implementation, just hours after it was passed. and so far there is no timeline for when the new law will go back here at home, worcester and lynnfield are both considering similar laws to regulate airbnb. >> leo dicaprio is hoping his new documentary will push climate change into the political agenda. >> we have known about this for decades. for over half a century, try to have a conversation with anyone about climate change, people just tune out. >>cly mat change. >> climate change. and the problem seems to be getting worse and worse and
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documentary, the 11th hour, leo returned to greet issues with a film called "before the flood" in the documentary he travels the world talking to scientists, environmentalists and world leaders including president obama and the pope before the flood will be released next sunday. >> >> and we have color, pretty decent color locally but the problem with all the leaves on the trees, is the wind and the wind damage, potential here strongest of the winds next. >> nashua teen has been missing since friday. what role a downpour may have
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good morning. it wasn't that long long ago,
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temperature, that is the story this morning as well as wind out there. if you look ate, through the camera at least it looks nice. >> i'm thinking back to wednesdayf i missed the days already. >> we looking forward to test are of the year. >> that is long gone. cold temperatures in the forecast and shiri you are tracking a wind advisory, these wind gusts have been brow tall already this morning. >> they have. our sustained winds are around 20 miles per hour, technically 21 in boston and 18 in worcester but it is the gusts tha is what is going to catch your attention and that's what is possibly going to do some wind damage as well. 35 miles per hour gusts in boston, 23 in portsmouth, new hampshire, 36 in plymouth, so it's going to be a breezy day. wind advisory here for the potential of some wind damage will continue until 6:00 this evening. and in the meantime we have seen things significantly brighten up since we went on air at 6 a.m. and we have a couple sprinkles
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i have boston at 47, little bit cooler in the burr be, natick 45 degrees up to lowell at 46, haverhill 45, hampton, new hampshire, 44 degrees, but parts of new hampshire, barely getting into the 40s like new ipswich, worcester up to 42 degrees. so, your day planner today involved mostly sunny skies, 51 at noon, 55 here at 3 p.m., but the winds continue, i will show you how much longer coming up. back to you. >> who workers killed in a south end trench collapse have identified. accord og to the boston globe , 53 year-old kelvin maddox was a father of four who recently adopted three of his grandchildren. robert higgins was 47 and only recently started working for the company atlantic drain. both men died friday when a trench on dartmouth street filled with water from a broken water main. this morning, the accident remains under investigation, and fox 25 continues to look into the background of the men's employer.
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violations including some for trench safety. you can log on to our web site, "fox25boston.com," for more details about the company's safety record. >> we have great news to share with you this morning. about the second boston police officer shot in the line of duty earlier about two weeks ago. matt morris is out of the hospital this week and recovering in spaulding rehab. morris was shot in the leg during a stand off in east boston, more than a we can ago, about 9 days ago in fact. fox 25 has been reporting all quick thinking fellow officers who used their own body weight and a tourniquet to stop his bleeding. officer richard cintolo was released from the mass. general earlier last week. >> a potential tragedy developing this morning in new hampshire, a teenager is missing, thought to be swept away in friday's heavy flooding. >> the 16 year-old was last seen walking home from a friend's house in the height of the storm and hours later his belongings were found scatter near an open
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and crews have been searching the rivers because that is where they believe they will find the missing teen? >> that's correct. all morning long we are trying to figure out how does is a teen who is 5' 8," 200 pounds, fit into a storm drain? how does that happen? we got a much clearer picture from a woman named francis lee sanders with lived in the area and lived here for 50 years in nashua and she tell us and on friday she was walking through the area and the wake of a torrential rain storm, when she saw something very strange in the midst of the rushing water and that was a brand new umbrella. >> it was open and then when i looked down, i jumped back. myself. okay. i said somebody's in there. because the hat, it looked like he was trying to hold on, his umbrella flew where the fence is, it was like nearby. his umbrella here, and then after the hat, it went right in the drain.
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on. >> in fact we did see the drain and it is made up of two large steel plates. and what francis is telling us is that one of the plates appeared to have been pushed aside by what was some intense rushing water from the storm. her theory is perhaps this young manage wuh trying to hold onto that other place. we don't know this for sure, the family is still holding out hope that perhaps he decided to stay at his friend's house. but today, we are told that authorities will be searching the merrimac river, the nashua river, as well as the cities storm waste water drainage systems. live in nashua, jim morelli fox 25 news. >> one man is dead and another hospitalized after a stabbing in hyannis. and this morning, we are getting the first look at that scene and the immediate aftermath. you can see from the video there are a lot of flashing lights as the man was loaded into a waiting ambulance. this happened very early yesterday morning on beth lane. police were call for a fight and that's when they found this stabbing victim.
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from his injuries. the boston globe reports the other man is in critical condition. police are still investigating, although they have made one arrest in connection to the fight, that person is facing charges for probation violation. >> a westport farm already at the center of a massive animal abuse investigation now has at least one new animal. police say there is at least one cow on the property located off american legion highway. this comes just months after more than 1400 police found them in unsafe and unclean conditions. dozens of other animals were also found dead on the property. police say necropsies show (^) some of them starved to death. despite the concerns about the new animal at the farm, police say there is really nothing they can do. >> >> there is nothing stopping the property owner from being animals back on the police end. the only entities that could stop that would be the board of
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>> police say they have asked for court proceedings in connection with the previous animal removals, but no one has been charged at this time. >> 9:36 this sunday, the surprise of a lifetime for one local mom. a bouncy baby boy, now a week old. we will tell you this morning the reason she is scrambling to get all the supplies she needs to bring up baby. >> plus, the patriots gearing up to take on the steelers this afternoon. fox 25 butch stearns takes a look at how the two teams stack up in your mni >> >> and we may have temperatures right now in the 40s, but your wind chills easily in the 30s, only 39 degrees in boston, feels like 34 in worcester. like 34 in worcester. when you factor in the wind imagine if your child were trapped in a failing school. imagine if your child couldn't read or write at grade level. imagine if your child were stuck on a waiting list. 32,000 kids want to go to a public charter school. but they can't. if you like your public school,
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it is game day for the patriots and the steelers, and kick off is set for 4:25. >> fox 25 sports reporter and anchor butch stearns is in pittsburgh today with a look at the matchup. >> patriots/steelers is always a battle and sunday here in
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another knockdown dracout between the two teams. the patriots are 7 1/2 point favorites on the road. the reason is obvious. ben roethlisberger is not playing in the ghaim having northwest lee meniscus surgery this past sunday. his backup, landry jones will start. when it comes to tom brady against the steelers he had great success against the team. the last time the two teams faced off was in foxboro to open the 2015 season. brady threw for 4 touchdowns, and a 28-21 win that day. here in pittsburgh. and with or without ben roethlisberger the patriots offense still has to go against the tough steelers defense. and the patriots know, you always have to earn everything you get against the pittsburgh defense. >> the steelers over the years really haven't changed that much, they have a lot of same core guys, and they are always big. always physical. you are always going in for a tough matchup when row go over the steelers defense, no matter
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same steelers defense. it is a lot of pressure, i mean, they blitz a lot. they have every blitz in the book. it's ooh a challenging defense to play. they test you in every area. and, you know, it's why we have so many tough games against them. that he are tough to play especially at home. >> tom bray ki talk about how tough the steelers are, but the truth is he owns the team, 4-2 in his history at heinz field and that includes two wins in two different games, 8-2 in his ten games against the steelers all time and in the games, he thrown for 24 touchdowns total and just 3 interceptions. butch stearns, fox 25 sports. >> the fate of an iconic sign overlooking fenway park hangs in the balance. the latest effort underway to make sure boston's skyline doesn't change. >> and the major internet attack taking down dozens of popular web sites. we have new details this weekend, emerging about the way
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it's hard to look at the citgo sign and not think of the red sox, fenway ark band boston. for decades it's one of the most deloved landmarks but its future is uncertain. now there is an effort underway to make sure the sign doesn't change. >> erica smith has a strange relationship with the citgo
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square and for 12 years she's worked right under that giant red triangle. >> how can i put it. like it's the creepy best friend in school, but that's like your best friend but he still a creep? you just get used to him and he grows on you. he grew on me. it's ugly but i don't want it to leave. >> members of the boston landmark commission don't want it to leave either. they are now in the process of designating the sign as an official landmark. thereby proteching it from future developers. commissi told fox 25 they are trying to figure out which aspects of the sign are most important, the colorer to the height, to its positionings on to have of 660 beacon street. it can't be etched in stone, with the ongoing development, smilelage told us. how doe we protect the sign and still allow for growth? boston university is selling the building to a real estate company called related deal and right now, related deal is not discussing its plans. >> it's an icon.
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well -- wants the sign the stay the way it is. >> it's too easy to get rid of the icons and the community loses its identity. i think that is as much of fenway park and kenmore scare's identity as anything else. >> lenny grew up in southie. >> i don't have any red sox pictures that don't have it in the background. >> it feels like home when you come over the bridge and see the on the the mass pike. >> it is just true, you know where you are when you see the sit go sign. you can be lost anywhere, when you te see the ien you are like, >> it's true. the landmark commission has not scheduled another meeting to discus the future of the sign but lynn smile imagine who is spear heading the the effort to save it said official landmark status, if it comes, is still months away. >> we are learning more about the fact that the site that knocked out amazon and twitter friday, as we told you yesterday morning hackers overloaded the servers at new hampshire based
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hackers caused it to crash by placing soft ware into simple household devices like dvrs and routers and security cram rahs, that software then used the devices to generate millions of fake requests for information, over loading the servers and causing those massive intrungses. experts say as we rely more on technology it is essential to step up security me sures. >> shiri spear and we are not kidding about the wind. you have the rert in. not only sit cold and uncomfortable the wind blowing to the sunday start, but i'm getting the first reports of wires down and free limbs down. this is where that element of potential power outage comes in, you guys. so let's take it out to the maps right now. 47 degrees is the temperature, we have a sustained wind at 21 miles per hour in boston. making it feel like it's 39. wind chills are going to be something that we will contend with to they, but there is really no danger behind this. just dits comfort.
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will feel like lower 40s even upper 30s as you travel further west, the coolest spot ends up being worcester today, and i think high temperatures in worcester probably could even get up to 50 degrees, but you can see almost everybody else here in south reason new hampshire, north shore, boston, south shore, cape, gets into the mid 50s. you are going to have to shave off between 5-10 trees when you start considering though those wind chills, how it will feel when you are caught by the kind of raw wind today. so, cool and windy, really sums it up, early clouds are sunshine is in, but we do have some of those damage reports that you mentioned. here is one i tweeted out, or retweeted a picture of this that i received on twitter this morning. this is in lowell, large tree down on a house. i have got another report coming in from sharon, tree down on wires. so, i think that this damage to trees, to wires, to even homes or cars if they are in the line of those branfs is where that real danger comes in today, especially because our trees still have a lot of leaves attached to them.
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greater damage. if we didn't have so much foliage still on the trees, there might not be as much we have temperatures tonight back in the 40s, and you saw by this time tomorrow we have some rain moving in. it is not a washout of a day, it is mostly focused around the morning hours, and tomorrow we could be one or two degrees warmerrer but honestly mid and upper 50s again for your monday, notice rain chances at 7 a.m. mostly south of the pike and you will see during the morning commute, that's where we are tracking those with. roadways we don't have the same really reaching mass/new hampshire boarder, kind of close call for you guys. but i will say south of boston where is we have the best bet more morning rain, by noontime already making the dry turn and then, yes, the sun comes back for the afternoon, it will arrive first in areas north and west of boston, but eventually it does reach into the southeastern massachusetts as well. we have couple days here where we are dealing with wind. today, windy, 56. the potential for wind damage, i have a wind advisory that goes until 6:00. i don't have a wind advisory for the day tomorrow, but it still
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of morning showers, so have your umbrellas ready to go, but sunglasses for the drive home from work no doubt. tuesday, partly sunny, breezy, 50 degrees. wind finally calm on wednesday, but we are going to really see temperatures much, much cooler, waking up to the 30s. highs only about 50 degrees here tuesday, wednesday, thursday. next bet for rain after that is thursday night, into your friday. but by next weekend it looks like it will be nice and bright again. back to you guys. >> a missing since the height of friday's heavy rain. >> the fear of where he may have ended up that has crews searching the rivers this weekend. >> plus, a local mother in for the shock of her life. the birth of her baby boy, still has a lot of people talking as he marks one week old. the reason she is now scrambling
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pair of rivers and the city's underground drain system. now, we are expecting an update on that search during a briefing in just about 2 hours. and you can download our free fox 25 news app for the very latest information. >> this is wild a. norton woman is marking a one week as a mother after surprise delivery that has everyone talking. 23 year-old el yeahna martinez had no idea she was pregnant. she said she shad zero symptoms and went on notice during several appointments. imagine her surprise when she went to the hospital with a bad stomach ache. >> i get admitted to labor and delivery and she was like oh yeah, you are actually around 36-38 weeks. right when she finished the sentence my water just broke. >> jackson kenney juan pierre made his grand entrance into the world a little small but perfectly healthy. now the family is scrambling to get everything they need to take care of the baby because of course they didn't prepare
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>> even the car carrier to get it home. >> it's so hard to believe. >> she even said herself, if it didn't happen to her she would say no way. >> right. you have been through it twice, right? >> yeah, i gained 30-pound. i don't know how you don't know. >> you knew you were pregnant. it's unbelievable. it is a wind one, but it's nice and bright, finally sunshine, but it's been two days since we have been in the sun, i think we are all stoked about putting the blown today, i'm getting damage reports in of tree limbs down, damaging both power lines, and even some proper thety. so that's our big concern today, the potential for some wind damage. especially because we have got like foliage right now. if we didn't have so many leaves it wouldn't be an issue. breezy conditions stick with us into the early part of the week. we have morning commute showers here tomorrow, but otherwise looking pretty good. >> i would say, later in the week freezing temperatures or close to it. very cold. >> bundle up. >> oh, man. >> bottom line.
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