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>> and the candidate is whisked off stage at a donald trump rally. the cry from the crowd that had secret service rushing the podium. >> and a three year-old is hauled away on a stretcher after gunshots tear into a home. >> all of a sudden i hear pop, pop, pop, very loud. the event happening just blocks away meant to prevent things like this from happening. >> complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is fox 25 morning >> good morning, everyone, thank you for watching fox 25 morning news. it is 6 a.m., not 7 a.m., this sunday november 6th. set your clocks back if you have not already. i'm jason law. >> i'm heather hegedus. i think that will cause a lot of confusion. >> a lot of people showing up early for church. >> don't go back to bed, we have a lot of news and overnight showers are hanging around. a little warmer than when when we went to work yesterday morning for us early risers.
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center and even when the rain moves out it will be cloudy and cool today? >> that is the theme today and there will be another chance for another shower later today. i have been tracking the rain moving out of boston but the south shore. the the cape, the islands are going to be stuck in this light, occasionally moderate rain, moving southeastward around 20 miles per hour. so, you are going to have itaround marshfield to chatham, keep the umbrella on hand this morning. temperatures are in the 40s. in most locations as we go to noontime, another batch of a few showers hitting likely to be developing here, and so we will keep it on the cloudier and cooler side today. upper 40s and lower 50s for those highs, back with more on where to expect rain for the rest of the your day coming up. >> developing this morning, another harvard sports team hit with scandal. fox 25's stephanie coueignoux is live in cambridge this morning. morning. >> the men's cross country team is accused to of creating documents with sexually explicit members of the women's team.
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midnight in the harvard crimson. according to that article, every year before the annual big dance, the men's cross country team would create spreadsheets about the women's cross-country team and in some of the reports the male tame mates would make comments about the women's physical appearance. the captain of the cross-country team is quoted in the crimson saying he did want to come forward because he didn't want harvard officials to find out mentioning the men's soccer team as they, quote, tried to hide their stuff. now, as we first reported last week harvard university decided to cancel the men's soccer season after learning team members had ranked the women's soccer team since 2012 and some of those reports included sexually explicit language. this crimson article mentioned the men's cross-country team also had ranking reports dating back to 2012.
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paper saying that while in years past some of those reports included lewd language, this year's report did not. now, we have reached out to harvard for this very latest set of allegations so far. we have not heard back. but, coming up in 30 minutes the e-mail across country captain sent to the team before the allegations were made public. in cambridge, stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> we have some wild video into the news room this morning. at least four people taken to the hospital after this b you can see in the video five cars damaged at the intersection of washington street and walnut park. it happened around 12:15 this morning. boston ems tells us everyone is expected to survive. there is no word on what caused the crash though. we are still reaching out to police to learn more this morning. >> election 2016 now and donald trump rushed off the stage during a rally in reno, nevada. some sort of commotion broke out in the crowd during the gop nominee's speech and then secret
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jumped intoness a and rushed him off the stage when someone yelled "gun." police tackle and detained a man but he was released about an hour later when no weapon was found on him. trump wasn't hurt and returned to the stage to finish his speech. >> nobody said it was going to be easy for us. but we will never be stopped. >> in a statement, trump thanked the secret service and state law enforcement there. >> with two days to go, descending on new hampshire now. hillary clinton will take the stage inside the radisson in more tonight, accompanied by singer james taylor. trump is coming to the s. n. h. u. arena tomorrow (^). they are polling dead even in the granite state and jackie heinrich said the parties are sending in surrogates for the crucial electoral votes. >> boston mayor marty walsh took to the campaign trail in new
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one of more than 20 official campaign events around the state, just 72 hours out from election day. democrats like walsh trying to get out the vote in hopes of wrangling the state's four electoral votes. >> when you come to a table, generally, if you year a trump supporter people will say i'm a trump supporter or i'm a hillary supporter and the people who don't play their hand are undecided. you definitely try to go back and put an emphasis on why you think hillary clinton is the right candidate. >> the weekend is not on sunday, hillary clinton is set to take the stage in manchester, her surrogates planning events in 11 other cities. the other side of the aisle has a full schedule, ivanka stumping
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every time you turn the t.v. you see the polls, the things in my mailbox, all the above. i'm ready for it to be done. >> jacqui heinrich, fox 25 news. >> it is not just the race for president, everyone is watching new hampshire's senate rate between ayotte and hassan has the possibility to of the senate to democrats, candidates are out in full force this weekend. >> we have always known this is going to be a really close campaign. and i'm just working over these new days to talk with the people of new hampshire about what we have been able to accomplish across party lines here in new hampshire. >> we always thought this would be a close race, so that's how races are in new hampshire. every vote counts, and the voters are really engaged. this is a grass roots politics state. so i'm really looking forward to
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trail. >> it will be busy the next two days. both have events plans through election day. 48 hours to go until election day. stick with fox 25 through election night. we have the results of all the big races as they roll in tuesday. our special coverage begins with our 4 p.m. news cast and then continues as the polls close. >> a 3 year-old boy rushed away on a stretcher after someone opened fire outside of that little boy's family's home in brockton. now this morning, police are looking for the man who fired the shot. those alongside the home and as fox 25's christine mccarthy reports the shooting happened blocks away from a peace rally that was just wrapping up at the time. >> it is very scary. >> plymouth county crime scene investigator snapped pictures of a brockton home pierced by by bullets when gun fire erupted on bartlett street saturday afternoon. one bullet went straight through the wall grazing the leg of this 3 year-old boy who had been
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>> all of a sudden i hear pop, pop, pop, very loud, as if it was right outside our window. so, i just told the kids, i grabbed them and i was like get away from the windows. >> neighbor kaylamann, mom of a 2 and 5 year-old said it was too close for comfort. >> what if they went two seconds down the street and hit my window. my window is right here. that could have been one of my kids. >> paul anderson, too, heard the the gun fire and witnessed the aftermath, calling police with information. >> i heard ten former firearms instructor and i recognized right away what it was. i looked out the window and it was going west here on bartlett street was a metallic gold colored four door, full-sized sedan. >> bullets also struck a mail truck parked out front. family members tell fox 25 the little boy is doing well, be you the shooting has the neighborhood uneasy. >> i have quite a few grandchildren and it makes me
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>> christine mccarthy for fox 25 news. >> a man shot and killed while sitting in his car. this morning police are still searching for a suspect and you can see the crime scene tape right there. a lot of it surrounding the scene on amazing street in roxbury, where police and s.w.a.t. teams were all over that area yesterday morning. police say the man in his 20s had already passed away when they arrived. fully armed officers surrounded a building on nearby seafer street after a person neighbors who heard the gunshot watched as their street became a crime scene. >> it's very worrying, especially i have two small children, very worrying. >> in a sense you get numb to it. you can never get used to it. i don't like it. >> well, candles for another victim were just feet from where yesterday's murder happened. no arrests have been made. >> this morning maura healy is investigating the framingham police department after learning officers hid a key to the evidence room just outside of
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ferguson e-mailed us and said he notified the middle direction dorn's office about the discovery. chief ferguson claims only two evidence officers, the only people authorized to access the room, knew about the key's location. chief sergson said in a statement the key was likely hidden as a backup and for convenience. the statement ads disciplinary action will be imposed with respect to anyone who did not exercise due diligence in maintaining the security and integrity of the evidence room and he also said new year ago. the evidence room was previously audited after an issue was reported. >> the demolition of the old highland avenue bridge, needham, is moving along without issue this weekend. this morning, a span going over 128 north has been removed and overnight crews began taking down the part going over 128 south. right now, as we speak, the southbound lanes are closed and a detour is in place while the demolition happens. that work is expected to wrap up
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hopefully lead to better conditions for us us all. >> massive homes destroy a home in roxbury killing a person and another barely got out. >> he was gasping for air and his face was in black smoke. >> coming up we will tell you the site that had the man running for help. >> plus the science that winter is coming in full swing this weekend, right after the break. fox 25 investigates and goes straight to the source to find out how the mbta plans to
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derailment, broken switches, fire, all issues plaguing e single snowflakes has fallen, folks. two winters ago, who can forget, trains were stuck in the though leaving thousands of riders stranded on platforms and trains. investigative reporter kerry cavanaugh gets the answers from the mbta and the commuter rail about what is happening to avoid a repeat of freezing and frustrating commutes. >> february, a broken switch along an amtrack rail shut down the south station.
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to the back bay which looked like this in the morning and afternoon rush. october, ang orange line took on fire, passengers out windows to escape. a green lain train, an audit found the green line had the most derailments of any train in the country, none of these problems had something do with winter weather. >> nothing has even really happened yet and it seems like there's been this delays, disasters. >> how do you assure your riders that you are ready for winter when sometimes it seems you are not ready for summer, spring or fall? >> we owe it to our riders to make service run better and i can tell you as a required myself every day this team is out there working hard to improve the system. >> mbta interim general manager brian short sleeve said for the t. there are only two seasons. >> the first is winter and the second is winter is coming. so, we are totally focused on preparations. >> short sleeve said
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20615, with an $80 million investment in equipment. >> this year we have invested another $30 million, we have hundreds of new piece of snow equipment. it is an old system but we have close to 5,000 people in the operations direct rat working on the little things. the vehicle, the tracks, the third rail heaters. >> >> a major project replacing third rail heretos on the red line which should be completed by the end of fall. >> the mbta is also new diagnostic tools looking for issues before they surface. the plans and improvements have some riders cautiously optimistic. >> i constantly saw people working on it, millions of thousands of dollars they put into it. i'm really hoping it does. >> but others say they still face problems daily. >> in, like, the trains are not reliable. >> my fear is that they are going to be caught sleeping again and not prepared. >> what letter grade would you give the response in 2015 and then what letter grade would you
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2015, and i would be looking for a b. plus this winter. >> david story is the new general manager at keolis, which runs the commuter rail that winter weather halted for days in 2013. corey wasn't here then but said ki owe list has a person dedicated to winter readiness (^). >> we have a snow plow, they will rotate left and right. >> there was a massive investment in snow removal equipment. >> the big investment is in training in our people and making sure the people >> keolis has a strategy like keeping trains running all night to keep the tracks clear and parking trains not in use out of the elements. new this winter, smart glasses, will help engineers diagnose problems remotely. >> i'm a required myself. i travel on the framingham line every day, and i have seen firsthand what the passengers experience and we are photoly focused to make sure it works in wintertime. >> hopefully it will work on time. time will tell.
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(^) and preparing for winter is a year-round job. everyone is hoping we will have another mild one this year. for fox 25 investigates, i'm kerry cavanaugh. >> we sure are hoping that, but full disclosure in that intro the story i said not a single flake has fallen be you that is not you two. yesterday in new hampshire, there were some little snowflakes, right? >> absolutely. >> you are saying pellets all morning. >> snow pellets all the way down to the south coast, not just new hampshire. it is that time of year, we can start thinking about it. >> abs typically we do get our first flake. let's show you right now, it's mostly cloudy to overcast skies. but, look, it's 6:18, not 9:18. so, yes, we have set our clocks back and we are getting the first light of day. now, on fox 25 morning news during the 6:00 hour. let's take a look at the big picture, satellite radar lots of clouds and some showers. we have had this disturbance coming through in the overnight hours that's already been producing some rain for us this
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its way down the south shore for the cape, the islands, even a few showers. and worcester county imooh seeing right now on storm tracker radar. let's track this first batch, dropping down out of the sea coast. it is going to be heading down toward cape ann, so it swich does look like a it will l rain coming by, a few hundredths of an inch but enough to dampen your spirits this evening mo. you will definitely want your umbrellas out there, there is a look at boston, we are drying out. there goes the rain. bu a plymouth county over to cape cod. even nantucket, so right now, the vineyard drying out. but a few more showers back in the northwest may clip there. we go to worcester county where i have a couple showers around barre (^) making their way to southbridge. so far 0.03" of rain with that activity, that's what you can expect, less than a 0.01" in most locations. futurecast does continue to show a chance for a few of these showers hitting the coastline as
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the area, the brighter, the dryer your forecast, the farther east you will have a better chance of staying on the damp side. as far as temperatures go, we are not that cold. we are in the middle 40s and we are even seeing 40s back to the west. keep in mind, yesterday morning, we were waking up with 20s and 30s and a lot of freezing readings. it is 50 in brewster right now. i will have 45 in plymouth. our boston hour-by-hour planner does show that chance of a shower or two here, again, hours. and hanging around into the afternoon as well. but it is not an all-day affair. it is just a little glancing, passing shower, really what we connect pect going forward today with temperatures running a little bit cooler than normal. there are your high temperatures in southern new hampshire, generally in the upper 40s to near 50 degrees. it will be a little cooler in the higher elevations there, and the worcester hills with mid and upper 40s, and closer to 50 in medford today. and you can expect near 50 degrees readings in plymouth
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cloudy with that chance for rain and temperatures kind of what you see is what you get, stuck, where you are. overnight tonight it is going to get colder. we are down to the lower 30s once again the freezing temperatures, it will be mid and upper 30s in boston, a chilly start to monday and then high pressure builds in, winds remain fairly light, we have a couple of coastal clouds lingering, but overall the theme will be to warm things up. right into the election day, here is your seven-day forecast, we will go to 61 on tuesday and wednesday. i have got more on the radar coming up. >> all right. jason, thank you. veterans finding any way to serve their country by helping their peers. >> >> there is no bond as strong as the one that is this among those who wore the uniform. >> coming up we will tell you about the program that is turning that bond into healing and empowerment for a veterans who find themselves on the wrong side of the law. >> and the family of a boy who died while at a boston summer
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walk in his memory over the weekend. it started at the curly community center where kaiser was last seen on july 26th before he wandered off. boston police called the boy's death an accidental drowning. but the medical examiner has yet to release a definitive cause of death. caser's family told us yesterday they still haven't gotten answers about what happened. >> we are just looking for answers, just answers, better answers so that me and mya can have closure to this, because the answers that they have given us is just nothing, it is just like a brick wall. we are running into a brick wall. >> the family filed an open records request with the city in september but they have yet to file a lawsuit. >> a new hampshire man is making a lot of money from a new business venture, he called it designer snakes. kevin mccurly breeds and raises the reptiles for their colors and different patterns. some snakes are selling for tens
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living art. >> the animal, its skin is the canvas. this is reticklated python, it looks very different than this. this looks like something completely unnatural. >> mccurly said he bred more than 20,000 of those things. lot of his business comes from china and the middle east. >> >> i'm watching the showers come down the coastline, the storm tracker what we are track k
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it did take me a few minutes to figure out my car radio. those things are tricky. you have to do it twice a year, you never remember how you did it six months ago but i did roll back the hour. cell phones do it automatically. if you have not turned it back automatically this morning now is the time to do it. >> i was doing it at the red light this morning in the car. >> they are never make it easy, it's one button do the hour but you have to go into the menu to figure it out. >> we are the only people who have actual alarm clock, lot of people use your phone, so if you are thrown off, not sure if the phone changes id is 6:30 sunday morning, not 7:30. meteorologist jason brewer is in the storm tracker weather center and waking up at 6:30, it is starting to -- the sun is starting to rise and get lighter out right now. >> yeah, despite the clouds, we are getting a little glimmer of the light. we have to get the owner's manual out of the glove box and check out the clock instruction, right, guys? this morning i'm tracking rain. we see the disturbance coming through overnight. we have had the showers come
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so we will keep it damp on the south shore. the cape, the islands are going to need that umbrella if you are heading out early this morning. even a couple of still spotty showers north and west that will have a beat on those coming up. we are in the 40s right now in most location, not as killed as we could be through noon a few more showers pop up as the cool air overrides that relatively warmer ocean air, some ocean effect showers can be hitting coastline on and off throughout the day. there are the high temperatures though. caught at and around 50 degrees. store. we have the timeline on that coming up. >> all right. jason, thank you very much. developing this morning a fresh scandal hitting another harvard sports team, the men crease country team is accused of making explicit comments about women in a group document. >> this comes days after the the men's soccer team was sidelined for similar allegations. fox 25's stephanie coueignoux is live in cambridge this morning with the link between the soccer team scandal and this new development. stephanie, good morning.
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allegations in terms of the cross-country team, apparently the men's cross-country team made some spreadsheets about their female counterparts and ranked them in terms of how they look. these are issues that students here at harvard say it is incredibly disappointing. the new allegations in connection with the cross-country team, they came out just after midnight in an article in the harvard crimson and it outlines that the captain of the cross-country team came forward, admitting that the team had made spread sheathes abo for a number of years. he is quoted in the article saying he decided to go public because he didn't want harvard officials to find out another way, saying the men's soccer team, quote, tried to hide their stuff. now, harvard canceled the remainder of the men's soccer team season after it came out that they had made sexually explicit spreadsheets about the women's soccer team. according to the crimson article, the cross-country captain e-mailed his team urging them to come forward with any
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the article also goes on to say that the captain had shared one of the reports with their coach. now, we have reached out to harvard for comment. so far, we have not heard back. but, when the men's soccer team reports came out a harvard spokesperson said they absolutely do not tolerate this sort of behavior. and coming up in 30 minutes, the annual event that these reports made by the cross-country team. in cambridge >> investigators are back on the scene of a deadly fire in roxbury this morning trying to figure out how it started. this was breaking during the 9:00 show yesterday morning. now we are getting a better look at the situation the firefighters are up against. this house fire on george street, one man was killed and another was taken to the hospital. one neighbor told fox 25 he ran to help after spotting a man running from the burning house. >> he was gasping for air and his face was in black smoke and he was just -- his clothes were
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got him to the the sidewalk, a motorcycle cop came in and he peeled his clothes off and while we were and started rapping on all the doors. >> firefighters tell us the house is known as a popular spot for squatters. there is no word yet on the name of the man who died, or the condition of the man who was hurt. 6:34 and to election 2016 and we are two days away from picking our next president and both candidates are still eyeing support in the granite state. hillary clinton will be in episcopal church today with donald trump who is hot on her heels. tomorrow, this is as concern grows there will be a cyber attack targeting voter databases. homeland security officials say they don't think the hackers will be able to actually change any votes but they are, quote, very concerned hackers could get into the database, steal personal information, and attack state election web sites that report the results. >> the biggest kern is a hack
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especially since there are already allegations of a rigged system. meantime one ki country is put ag plan in place if donald trump is to become the 45th precedent. mexico suicide a trump presidency could cause a quote hurricane for its economy. and it is not spilling details of its plan right now, but that country is making it clear it considers trump to be a threat. exports make up one third of mexico's economy and almost all of them go to america. trump s from the u.s. if he wins the office. >> and a boston-based car rental company wants to make sure everyone has a way to get to the polls on tuesday. zip car is offering up more than 7,000 vehicles for free on election day and hundreds of cities around the country. total of 500 cities, including boston, are part of that free offer. the free part though only applies to the hourly rate, not the other fees associated with the rental. remember, you can stick with fox
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6:36 and construction continues along a portion of 126. that detour is still in effect as we speak in needham as crews pull down the old high land avenue bridge. coming up we will give you a timeline of when that work will wrap up. >> plus, a desperate plea for help in new jersey as police investigate a deadly stabbing. three people including two children killed in their home. i will have the details of the han hundredth underway this morning. >> >> and a damp start to sunday. we are tracking a vo: ending funding for planned parenthood. taking away our right to choose. this is senator kelly ayotte's record. ayotte voted six times to end funding for planned parenthood - putting access to birth control and cancer screenings at risk. and she supports overturning roe v. wade. woman 1: kelly ayotte says she's for women. but it's just an act. woman 2: voters definitely cannot trust kelly ayotte. vo: senate majority pac is responsible
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involved. >> we cannot harbor an individual. we cannot hide this individual. we cannot keep him. we cannot wait for him to turn himself in. we have to get him immediately before he hurts someone else. as long as he is on the street, none of us are safe. >> so police are now looking for a 26 year-old man named jeremy harrington, as soon as we get his picture we will share it with you. at this point police haven't released any motive for the atta. of a storage container on a rural south carolina property. police now say the man accused of taking her is a serial killer. this is after police found the body of the woman's boyfriend and at least two other victims on that 100-acre farm. >> yes, he did show us where two more graves are. he sure did. he showed us where two more victims, four members of st. petersburg county society brutally murdered.
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right now an effort is underway in massachusetts to expand and important program for troubled vets. the veterans treatnt serve an alternative to jails or fines if they find themselves in trouble with the law. this morning, only on fox 25, bob ward takes a look at how veterans are being trained to help each other. >> in this salem hotel conference room, more than 20 veterans are finding a way to keep serving their country. they are training to become mentors to other vets who wind up on the wrong side of the law. in this program, vets are getting a second chance through veterans treatment corp. >> we want to get these people
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commit crimes in returning to the corp., almost like a revolving door basis. >> many massachusetts there are five treatment corp., special courts that allow vets to avoid the criminal justice system by agreeing to a lengthy and aggressive treatment plan. judge kevin gaffney sits at the court where 14 vets are in the program. he tells me it is making a difference. >> you are really talking about lives of these veterans who have done so much for us, having theiriv >> here in essedge county there is one veteran's treatment court, that one is in lawrence. but the d.a. is trying to change that. he wants to open a second one right here in salem. >> it needs to grow. we need the to do this to keep our community safe, keep our communities well and to help others, again, though individuals who have so much to do. >> for many vets returning home transitioning to civilian life is stressful. this program linking troubled vets to mentors is designed to break the cycle.
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who wore the uniform and 234 veterans treatment courts we are turning that bond into healing and empowerment. >> it is hope these vets will give others the homecoming they deserve. >> in salem, bob ward, fox 25 news. >> all right. it is a lot lighter this time of morning. >> yeah, we have the the early sun rise. >> makes getting up easier. >> even if if it's raining out. >> it was raining but yesterday morning was just so cold, i will take the rain over in the 40s, but so not too cold by any stretch. the center tracking through, we have showers developing in the overnight and this low is going to be very slow to drop down to the south, and eventually move away. but, because it is going to be close to southern new england today we have to continue to mention this chance for a few of these coastal showers. the best chance going to be eastern massachusetts, up against the coastline. the farther west you go it will be brighter and dryer in
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watching them come down outside of new hampshire, making their way to cape ann. over two marblehead just before 7:30, you will probably get at least a little light rain as these are likely to hold together. they are in alsobury now over the ipswich area, peabody by about 7:15 or so, some light rain heading in for you. boston has dried out. weymouth, too. and right around marshfield, you are right on the edge of those light showers that are making their way southeastward at 20 miles per hour. we will keep it damp r cape cod, even nantucket and the vineyard have had a little bit of rain, certainly a chance for a few more of these to push down to the south for you. it will stay dreary. now, into worcester county, this one stray rogue shower way out here to the west has been holding together. i told you moments ago, it is headed for southbridge and there it is. right around the southbridge area, over warren looks like worcester, you are staying dry as well as framingham. let's track the rain chance here with futurecast today.
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showers, primarily affecting areas inside of 495, you will have an even better chance the closer you live to the water to get one of these showers to pop up. really, at any time today but a better chance again during the afternoon. now, currently, in the 40s. yeah, no freezing temperatures this morning. that includes our normally colder locations out to the west and the north. 50 right now on cape cod. so, hour-by-hour, we are kind of stuck where we are. lot of 40s out there. we will will get a bit of sun and tryo 50 degrees at around 2:00 in boston today. feel a few little drops as well. plan on that. there is a passing shower chance at around 30%. afternoon numbers for southern new hampshire, trying to get up near 50 degrees, we will get caught in the mid and upper 40s. most of worcester county, although near 50, in the lower spots, over to littleton we go at 51 today. we will keep it at 50 in marshfield and plymouth, and we are stuck where we are. cape cod, nantucket, what you see is what you get.
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overnight tonight, we are back to freezing as skies begin to clear. we get the cold temperatures back again, 40s cape cod but 30s inland. and as we head to the week, well, it will be a chilly start, but a milder tuesday in store as finally high pressure builds in overhead and we begin to brighten up and keep it nice and mild for election day. wednesday, a slight chance of a shower, thursday looks dry right now, and then next weekend, could get colder, could be a show shower. we will talk about that in the next half hour. >> all right. jason, thank you. check your clock and make sure it says 6:50 right now. not 7:50. that's right, folks. daylight savings is now in effect. now, you might have enjoyed that extra hour of sleep this morning. i sure did. but, remember, it does also mean it is only going to get darker earlier in the evening. so, experts actually now are saying that they have found a link between the clocks falling back and depression.
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increase in the number of depression cases being treated at psychiatric hospitals once the clocks revert to standard time. something to think about there. a new scandal swarming at a prestigious university days after the men's soccer team was benched for the season for sexually explicit comments. the cross-country team is also coming under scrutiny, coming up the new accusations coming to light about a document they have been circulating for years. >> plus, from the discover card.
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everyone, i'm butch stearns with sports for sunday morning. patriots had the weekend off, they are back at it unwith week from tonight. pete carroll and seattle come to approximateburyboroo in a rematch of superbowl xlix. bruins in action at the garden last night and they jump on top of the rangers with a quick goal from patrice bergeron (^), set up behind the the net by brand mar shand less than 5 in but the ranger score 5 time, two short hand, this one by derek stefon and another by jimmy hayes
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ikeland and the sabers come to the garden monday night. yesterday in chestnut hill, eagles fans didn't have much to cheer about but they did see the favorite to win this year's heisman trophy, louisville quarterback lemar jackson, account for 7 touchdowns against b.c. three rushing and 4 passing. 52-7 louisville put as whooping on the eagles, they will play next saturday b.c. in tallahassee against florida state. don't forget to join us for sports wrap at 11:0 tonight to discus what is next for thre week 9 without the patriots on their buy week and w. e. i. chris price joins us in the studio to talk to jamie collins trade and more and former celtics gives us the thoughts on the celtics and more. join us tonight at 11:30 for sports wrap, tom leyden has the night off, so i will be in the big chair. until then, enjoy the rest of your sunday. >> thank, butch. a massachusetts attorney general is taking a closer look at how
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>> the discovery made by the framingham police chief that is sparking new concern now about who has access to the evidence room there. >> mostly cloudy start the the day and damp in spots. i'm tracking these showers, where they are heading next and who gets the best chance of rain for the rest of your sunday. coming up. >> and a city street blocked off by police tape overnight. crumpled cars and debris littering the road there. joanne: she's not fooling me. britt: kelly ayotte sides with the special interests. vivian: now, she's even playing politic games with medicare. ost seniors up to $1,700 more for prescriptions... while protecting tax breaks for the wall street banks and big oil companies that fund her campaign. fred: kelly ayotte sold us out. britt: with kelly ayotte, it's all politics. joanne: she's not looking out for new hampshire anymore. vo: senate majority pac is responsible
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right now fox 25 morning news i'm tracking our first batch of rain, but i will show you where more showers can move in for your sunday. >> we are following developing news after new allegations involve ag harvard sports team and sexually explicit governments, the the reason the team captain said he decided to come forward. >> panic at a donald trump rally.
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>> the cry from the crowd that had secret service rushing the podium. >> and a 3 year-old rushed away on a stretcher. after gunshots tear into a home. >> all of a sudden i hear pop, pop, pop, very loud. >> the event happening just blocks away meant to prevent this sort of thing from happening. >> complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is fox 25 morning news. >> around good sunday morning to you 25 morning news it is 7 a.m., if you are wondering if your phone is correct, 7 a.m. sunday november 6th. i'm heather hegedus. >> and i'm jason law, 7:00, feels a little off all day long. >> it is bright up. >> if you were up early you might have felt showers. there are some showers out there that fox 25 meteorologist jason brewer is tracking right now. jason? >> yeah, the radar said 7 a.m. as well. so, we are on track here. we have a little bit of rain coming through this morning, it
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have been talking about getting at additional showers as we get through the sun rise. there is gloucester, martial head, lynn, all these spots in the path of more showers coming out of new hampshire and the back edge of these showers over plymouth now are going to be all the way over to barnstable by about 8:15. so, that will be the end to those showers and then there will be a few more popping up primarily east of 495 during the day. we are in the 40s to start the day so it's dreary but not too cold and your high teer the lower 50s. i have more on when mild air moves in coming up. >> >> developing this morning, another harvard sports team hit with scandal. >> yeah, first it was the men's soccer team in hot water and now the men's cross-country team accused of creating documents with sexually explicit documents. fox 25's stephanie coueignoux is live in cambridge and stephanie those comments were directed towards members of the women's team. >> yeah, apparently every year before the big dance between the
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spreadsheets about the women's team, all of this coming out just after midnight in an article posted in the harvard crimson, and according to that article, in some of these reports, the men would make comments about the women's physical appearance. the captain of the cross-country team is quoted in this article saying he wanted to come forward because he didn't harvard officials to find out some other way. he specifically mentioned the men's soccer team saying, quote, that they tried to hide their as we first reported last week, harvard university decided to cancel the men's soccer season after learning team members had ranked the women's soccer teams since 2012 and those reports also included sexually explicit language. the crimson article mentioned the men's cross-country team also had ranking reports dating back to 2012. the the captain again quoted in the paper saying that while in years past some of those reports did include lewd language, this year's report did not.
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early on. we reached out to them last night as well. so far we have not heard back. and coming up in 30 minutes the e-mail the cross-country captain sent to his teammates before these allegations became public. in cambridge, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> new this morning, at least 4 people had to be taken to the hospital after this bad crash in roxbury. you can see in this video, five cars damaged at the intersection of washington street and walnut park. it happened around morning. boston ems tells us everyone is expected to be okay. no word on what caused the crash though. we are still reaching out to police to learn more. >> donald trump rushed off a stage during a rally in reno, nevada. some sort of commotion broke out in the crowd during the gop nominee's speech and then his secret service detail you will see right here jumped into action, rushing him off the stage right there. when someone in the crowd yelled "gun." >> police tackled and detain add man but he was released about an
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he returned to the stage to finish his speech. >> nobody said it was going to be easy for us. but we will never be stopped. >> in a statement, trump thanked the secret service and state law enforcement. >> and with just two days to go, the national campaigns are now descending on new hampshire. hillary clinton will take the stage inside the radisson in manchester tonight. accompanied by singer songwriter james taylor and trump is coming to the the two are polling dead even in the granite state and fox 25's jacqui heinrich reports this morning the parties are also sending in surrogates to vie for new hampshire's crucial electoral votes. >> boston mayor marty walsh took to the call pain trail in new hampshire saturday to stump for hillary clinton. one of more than 20 official campaign events around the state, just 72 hours out from election day. democrats like walsh trying to
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electoral votes. >> when you come to a table, generally if you're a trump supporter, people are saying i am a trump supporter i'm a hillary supporter and those people that don't play their hand, you know they are undecided. definitely you try to go back and put a little extra emphasis on why you think hillary clinton is the right candidate. >> and the weekend is not yet over. on sunday, hillary clinton herself set to take the stage in manchester, her surrogate planning events in 11 other cities. the other side of the aisle has a full schedule, psycanv stumping in pennsylvania and mike pence in windham. for the most part voters we talked to knew who theyn't whatted to take the white house. >> i have to vote for hillary. i think trump is just dangerous for the country. >> i have already voted, absentee vote. >> the last few dais of the campaign heat up, what people are waiting most eagerly for is it all to cool down. >> the campaign back and forth every time you turn the t.v. on,
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the above. just ready for it to be done. >> i'm jacqui heinrich fox 25 news. >> and it's not just the presidential race, everyone is looking at, too, everyone is watching new hampshire's senate race. the battle between kelley ayotte and maggie hassan has the potential to flip the majority in the u.s. senate to democrats. polls suggest this race could go either way and candidates are out in full force this weekend. >> we have always known this is going to be a really close campaign. and i'm just working next few days to talk with the people of new hampshire about what we have been able to accomplish across party lines in new hampshire. >> we always thought this would be a close race, so that's how races are in new hampshire. every vote counts and the voters are really engaged. this is a grass roots politics state, so i'm really looking forward to just being out on the campaign trail. >> both candidates have events planned through monday. just 48 hours to go until election day. you can stick with fox 25. right now, through election night. we have the results of all the
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tuesday evening. our special coverage begins with our 4 p.m. news cast tuesday, and continues as the results pour in. >> time now is 7:06. and a 3 year-old boy rushed away on a stretcher after someone opened fire outside. his family's home in brockton. now this morning police are k log for the person who fired the shots that left the bulletholes alongside the home as well. a fox 25's christine mccarthy reports the shooting happened blocks away from, of all thing, a peace rally that was just wrapping >> it is very scary. >> plymouth county crime scene investigators snapped pictures of a brockton home pierced by bullets when gun fire erupted outside on bartlett street in broad daylight saturday afternoon. one bullet cut straight through the wall a fragment grazing the leg of this 3 year-old boy inside his relative's home, family members say. >> i all of a sudden i hear pop pop pop very loud as if it was right outside our window.
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from the windows. >> neighbor kaylamann, mom a five and one year-old said the violence was too close for comfort. >> what if they just pulled two seconds down the street and that hit my window, because my window is right here. so that could have been one of my kids. >> all anderson, too, heard the the gun fire and witnessed the aftermath calling police with information. >> i heard ten gunshots, i'm a term toker firearms instructor and i recognize right away what it was. and i looked out the window, and it was proceeding west here on bartlett gold colored floor door full-sized sedan. >> bullets also struck a mail truck parked out front. family members tell fox 25 the little boy is doing well, but the shooting has the neighborhood uneasy. >> i have quite a few grandchildren and it makes me hastant to have them come visit me when that kind of thing is going on, of course. >> christine mccarthy for fox 25 you ins. >> well, a man shot and killed
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searching for a suspect in this chyme, too. you can see the crime tape all over the scene on amazing street in roxbury yesterday, where police and s.w.a.t. teams also swarmed the area yesterday morning. police say the suspects are or the victim are in his 20s was already dead when they arrived. fully armed officers surrounded a building on nearby seaver street after reports a person of interest had gone inside that building. neighbors who heard the gunshots watched as their streets became a crime scene. >> it's ver children, it's very worrying. >> in a sense i almost get numb it to. you can never get used to it. i don't like it. >> candles for another victim were just feet from where yesterday's murder happened. no arrests have been made. >> this morning, state attorney general maura healy is investigating the framingham police department after learning officers actually hid a key to test room just outside the door. framingham police chief ken ferguson e-mailed us and said he notified the the middlesex district attorney's office about
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evidence officers, the only people authorized to access that room, knew about the hidden key's location. chief ferguson said in a statement that the key was likely hidden as a backup and for convenience. the statement ads corrective and disciplinary action will be impose with respect to anyone who did not exercise due diligence in maintaining security and integrity of the department's evidence room and he also said new security measures will be added or were added more than a year ago. the town offensive room was previously audited after another issue was good news for you this morning. the demolition of the old highland avenue bridge in needham is moving along without issue. this morning, the span going over 128 north has been removed. overnight crews began taking down the part that goes over 128 south. so, right now, the southbound lanes are closed and a detour is in place while that demolition happens. but, work is expected to wrap up around 3:00 this afternoon just in time for monday's commute.
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house in roxbury, a neighbor running over to help. >> he was gasping for air and his face was in black smoke. >> the new details we are learning this morning about who may have been staying in that house. >> plus a hot button issue for massachusetts voters, we are talk about charting school expansion. fox 25 investigates found the state already has a history of some schools shutting down suddenly or never even opening in the first place. the reasons supporters say the numbers though don't tell the whole story. >> kate: my mom and i love shooting hoops. but you know what - she could still learn a few things from me -
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ness... and she even fought to put bad guys in jail. now, mom helps make laws that help people - especially when they need it most. i'm really proud of her. and she's taught me that with hard work - i can do... anything. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte, kate: and i'm kate. kelly & kate: and we approved this message. massachusetts has many great public schools, and we took it for granted that our kids would go to great public schools. but some kids aren't so lucky.
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and they have no choice. imagine if your kids were trapped in a failing school. public charter schools give parents a choice and are a pathway to success for these kids. if you like your school, question 2 won't affect you. but question 2 will change the future for thousands of kids who need your help. please join me and vote yes on question 2. joanne: she's not fooling me. britt: kelly ayotte sides with the special interests. vivian: now, she's even playing politic games with medicare. vo: kelly ayotte voted to cut medicare and cost seniors up to while protecting tax breaks for the wall street banks and big oil companies that fund her campaign. fred: kelly ayotte sold us out. britt: with kelly ayotte, it's all politics. joanne: she's not looking out for new hampshire anymore. vo: senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. i don't want to put life on hold because of a headache. that's why i use excedrin. it has two pain fighters plus a booster and for some,
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in addition, 10 of massachusetts' 81 charter schools are now operating on probation, or under special conditions. we know that any time kids move to a new building their achievement as the potential to
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hill closely questioned question 2, it would allow secondary and education to approve up to 12 new charter schools a year. and in the commonwealth successful charters outweigh the failures. >> those that are are concerned with question 9 stem from student success long after graduation. >> i'm voting no. the other issue that comes to this is it's, we don't have a lot of evidence that charter schools are doing improving kids long term outcomes. >> it is like winning the lottery if you will. >> don bay said she has all the evidence she needs in the progress her 7 year-old son came to come to the dorchester kip academy. >> going to the playground and be able to introduce himself to other children, being able to articulate the the things that he needs, on a regular basis, and the conversations he had at home, and then the joy that he gets being able to do that and
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and dad at home. it is an amazing experience for everyone. >> traditional public school, her son's special needs weren't being met. >> i felt like there was a ceiling. being placed on the things that he could do. >> bay said she was grateful for the choices inner in education her family had. she is voting yes on question 2 to give more students the opportunity as is gina markwitz (^). >> sit a good option for kids who don't neatly fit in the >> according to the state board of elementary and state board of education there are more than 32,000 students on waiting lists to attend charter schools. the majority are residents of larger urban school districts where the cap has been met. for fox 25 investigates, i'm kerry cavanaugh. >> now your local forecast, from meteorologist jason brewer and the fox 25 storm tracker weather team. >> good morning, right now just enough sunshine coming through the gray clouds above to give a few little glimmers off the buildings from time to time.
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there is a live look over back bay right now. low pressure slowly moving down out of maine, off of our coastline. we are seeing the showers as a result of seeing clouds and as a result of that as well. it will be slow to get out of here today. so we are going to keep that coastal area damp for the day and most showers are off and on. as we have seen here in the overnight, we have had a few hundred hts of an inch with some of these. maybe a tenth in a few spots so we will take what we can get. it is just a dreary start to out of the sea coast area of new hampshire, right over cape ann we told you they were moving in around gloucester moments ago. here they r. peabody we will keep it on the wetter side. you want your umbrella stepping ult early this morning. around boston proper we have dried out for now. and it looks like most of these showers are going to be hugging the coast. the closer you live to the coast the better the rain chances the greater boston area, the farther west you go, stay dryer this morning. now, this band of showers right
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damp and occasionally some heavier showers there over cape cod bay now we will go over to the outer cape. right here on the vineyard and nantucket, it is jught light, spotty rain coming here off of cape cod. it will be affecting you. back into worcester county, this shower moving out of southbridge, nothing more than a sprinkle left there. check out futurecast. this is a good job showing you where the rain is now, and where it is going to be headed. let's go ahead and in time, through noon. and we start to see any of the showers we are seeing now moving well to the south and we are generally dry. but, again, a couple of showers out there at any time inside of 495 a better shot. it is going to be brighter and dryer the farther west today. evening plan, yes, we will watch out south shore cape, the islands for a chance of showers coming ashore. there are your highs today in the upper 40s to lower 50s and that is pretty much going to do it. kind of stuck where we are in a
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going to get colder. we will drop back down to the 30s in most locations. so, a chilly start to our monday. and with high pressure nearby tomorrow, so it will be a little less breezy, and we will have more sunshine overall, just a lingering cloud on the coastline. and then for the next couple days a warming trend on the way. tuesday, election day, sunny skies, dry weather, and lower 60s and on wednesday, a slight chance for a shower as the new front comes in. that one doesn't have a could bring some extra cold air and we might even have to be talking about a chance for some snow showers if the cold air dives far enough south. we will be watching. back to you. >> new developments coming to light days after a woman was found chained in a container in south carolina. we will tell you the discovery made by police that have them labeling this suspect a serial killer. >> and a family of a boy who died while at a boston summer
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es donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
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kaiser willis who drowned at a boston summer camp held a memory walk over the weekend at the curly community center where kaiser was last seen july 26th, before he wandered off. police called the the boy's death an accidental drowning. but the medical examiner has yet to release a definite cause of death. kaiser's family told us yesterday they still haven't gotten answers about what exactly happened. >> we have answers, getter answers so that way me and my family can have closure because the answers they have given us is just nothing. it is just like a brick wall. we are running into a brick wall. >> the family filed an open records request with the city back in september. they have not filed a lawsuit. >> remembering the state's first casualty in the war in iraq. army specialist matthew go late was honored in dracut, his hometown. goulet was killed in action (^)
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black hawke helicopter crashed. his mother had been working to have a park named in his honor and yesterday that dream finally became a reality with the dedication of the matthew g. goulet park right there. >> 7:4 this sunday, a new hampshire man is making a lot of money this week from a new business. he calls it designer snakes. meet kevin mccurly and he breeds and raises reptiles for their colors and patterns. some snakes are selling for tens of thousands of dollars. (^) cause calls the business a living art. >> the animal, the skin is the canvas, this is reticulated python, it looks very different than this, and this look like something completely un234567 ral. >> heather said it looks like cookies an cream, i was going to say the same thing, coo kiss and cream ice cream. it is amazing. >> i'm not going to eat the snake though.
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said he bred nearly 20,000 snakes and they sell for tens of thousands of dollars and he said most of the business comes from china and the middle east. >> right now i'm tracking a few showers and i will show you where a few more can be moving in to effect your sunday straight ahead. >> >> we are following developing news as a second harvard sports team is accused of making sexually joanne: she's not fooling me. britt: kelly ayotte sides with the special interests. vivian: now, she's even playing politic games with medicare. $1,700 more for prescriptions... while protecting tax breaks for the wall street banks and big oil companies that fund her campaign. fred: kelly ayotte sold us out. britt: with kelly ayotte, it's all politics. joanne: she's not looking out for new hampshire anymore. vo: senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. every single day, more than 8,000 men and women
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?? our neighborhood public schools. they are the bedrock of our communities. but even now, these local schools are losing more than 400 million dollars a year to privately-run charter schools. and if question 2 passes, it will only get worse. we can't let that happen. to protect our public schools and the right of all our kids to a quality education,
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amazing the difference a day make, we were tacking the official sun rise 7:23 but of course we fell back early this morning, so the mornings are going to be brighter, much earlier. and we like it. it feels like 8:30 but it is 7:30, welcome back to the show. -i'm heather hegedus, alongside
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take it. it is nice seeing the sun a few minutes ago and it is coming in and out. we will check in with meteorologist jason brewer to find out if we will see the sun for the rest of the day. jaen jason? >> the brighter the skies will be, if you live on the coast it will be dreary. we had so glimmers of the sun peaking through some of these showers. that have been tracking on storm tracker radar this morning. they are right over cape ann, near beverly so we are keeping it dreary and essex county are dropping generally a few can clip boston. them i'm watching the edge of the rain, clearing cape cod over the times. so by 8:15, barnstable you are getting out of the rain, and temperatures 40s as you start your day in most spots. so there will be a new chance for a shower or two developing, primarily the coastline, but a few could drift back inland during the afternoon as well. overall rain chance about 30%. a few more showers around in boston today. so keep the umbrella handy with highs only in the upper 40s
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>> it is 7:30 and developing this morning a fresh scandal hitting a harvard's team. the cross country team is accuse of making explicit comments about women in a group document. >> this comes days after the men's soccer team was sidelined for similar allegations. fox 25's stephanie coueignoux is live with a link between the soccer team scandal and the latest development. stephanie? >> yeah, it appears that the allegations are very nature. as for the cross-country team this has to do with spreadsheets that apparently have ranked the female athletes in the cross country team and it's an issue that many students here at harvard say it is incredibly disappointing, these new allegations came to light at an article published by the harvard crimson just after midnight. it outlines the captain came forward to admit the team made spreadsheets about the women's cos country team for a number of
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article saying he decided to go public because he didn't want har vrd officials to find out some other way saying men's soccer team, quote, tried to hide their stuff. as we previously reported, harvard canceled the remainder of the men's soccer team season after it came out that they made sexually explicit spreadsheets about the women's soccer team. according to the crimson article, the cross-country captain e-mailed the team urging them to come forward with any sexually explicit reports they had created in the article also goes on to say that the captain also shared one of those reports with their coach. now, we have reached out to harvard for comments, so far, we have not heard back. but, when this soccer team reports came out a harvard spokesperson told us they do not tolerate this type of behavior. and coming up in 30 minutes, the annual event that these spreadsheets apparently focused on. in cambridge, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> all right. stephanie, thank you. we want to bring you up to speed on breaking news just into the
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one person is dead. five more hurt after this roll over crash that you are looking at in westport. now, this is video from the scene from i-195 early this morning. right now, we are working to get more details about exactly what caused the roll over. we will be sure to bring you any updates as soon as they become available. >> investigators are back on the scene of a deadly fire in roxbury this morning trying to figure out how it started this. story was breaking during the 9:00 show yesterday morning. and now we are getting a better look at the situation that firefighterser battling that fire on george street. we know one man was killed and another was taken to the hospital. one neighbor tells fox 25 that he ran to help after spotting a man running from that burning house. >> he was gasping for air, and his face was in black smoke and he was, his clothes were burned. and then as soon as they got him down the sidewalk, a motorcycle cop came in and he peeled his clothes off and while we went
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>> firefighters tell us the house is a popular spot for squatters. there is no word yet on the man who died or the condition of the man who was hurt. >> 7:33 to election 2016 and we are two days away, folks, right now from picking the the next president. both candidates still eyeing support in new hampshire. hillary clinton will be in emanuel african methodist episcopal church today with donald trump who will be hot on her heels arriving in the granite state tomorrow. and this is as concern grows there could be a cyber attack homeland security officials now say they don't think hackers would actually be able to change any votes, but they are, quote, very concerned hackers crowd get into data bases, steal personal information and attack state election web sites that report results. the biggest concern is a hack would make people question the integrity of the vote especially since that is something that has been brought up during te length season, the allegations of a rigged system.
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particular is putting a plan in place, should donald trump become the 45th president of the united states. mexico said a trump presidency could cause a hurricane for its economy. now, the country is not spilling details of a plan, but it is making it clear that it does consider trump to be a threat to that nation. exports make up one third of mexico's economy and almost all of them go here to america. trump has famously vowed to build a wall blockingen is to win office. >> boston-based car rental company wants to make sure everyone has a way to get to the polls on tuesday. zip car offering up more than 7,000 vehicles for free on election day and hundreds of cities around the the country. total of 500 cities including boston are getting the offer. the free part though only applies to the hourly rate. not the other fees associated with the rental. remember, you can stick with fox 25 right now through election night. we will have the results of all
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tuesday. our special coverage begins with our 4 p.m. news cast and continues throughout the night. >> to other new, an update about a crash in see kong. we are now learning a driver accused of trying to get away from police has died. we told you yesterday morning that on friday night, police tried to pull over a man for a violation, but he sped off instead. he sideswiped another car before hitting a utility pole on arcade avenue. that 29 year-old pawtucket, rhode islandman was pulled from away at a local hospital. his name has not been released, and right now police are still investigating why that man tried to get away. >> a man is facing animal cruelty charges this weekend for shooting his neighbor's dog. this happened in mason, new hampshire, just over the state line from townsend, massachusetts. colton score told police he shot the dog because it was running and barking at him and his young son but the dog's owner told the police it was on his own property at the the time. >> the dog is now recovering
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court in january. >> a dorchester man is being charged with attempted murder for allegedly hitting a friend in the head with a baseball bat. it happened in po cassette early yesterday morning (^). mark due das is facing other charges including operating under the influence. police say he was drunk when he tried to drive away from the scene. the victim has been hospitalized with serious injuries. police say the fight started when the victim made negative comments about due das and his family. this morning, construction continues along a portion that detour is still in effect in needham, as crews pull down the old highland avenue bridge. we willgy you a timeline of when that work should wrap up. >> plus, a desperate plea for help in new jersey as police investigate a deadly stabbing there. three people including two kids killed in their homes. we have details of the manhunt underway this morning. >> right now i'm tracking some
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teem now 7:40 and developing this morning a manhunt is underway in new park, new jersey for a man considered to be a personal of interest in a deadly stabbing rampage. an 8 year-old girl and 11 year-old boy and 23 year-old woman were all killed and another woman and a pair of 13 year-olds were hurt. police say many of the victims are related. new work's mayor said the city needs to come together to find the man who police think may be involved. >> this individual, we cannot keep him, we cannot wait for him to turn himself in. we have to get him immediately wfer he hurts someone else. so long as he is on the street, noen of us are safe. >> right now police are k log for a 26 year-old man named jeremy harrington. as soon as we get the photograph we will share it with you. at this point police haven't released any motive for an attack, we will keep you posted on the story. >> we have developments on a woman found chained inside a
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carolina farm. the man accused of taking her is a serial killer. all this after the police found the body of the woman's boyfriend and two other victims on the 100-acre farm. this started thursday when police found kala brown chained up months after she went missing. brown told police that she and her boyfriend had gone there looking for work. police say todd kohlhepp confessed to four murders and may be involved in at least three more. police are still combing the property looking for more other vets, the effort underway to expand the program in massachusetts to keep the women who serve out of jail. >> plus a local man is celebrating his first week of fatherhood. months ahead of schedule though. months ahead of schedule though. we will tell you about hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me."
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woman 1: kelly ayotte says she's for women. but it's just an act. woman 2: voters definitely cannot trust kelly ayotte. vo: senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. well, you can call this an unexpected delivery. a typical pregnancy is about 40 weeks put a mother goes into labor 26 weeks in. fox 25's elizabeth hopkins spoke exclusively with the father who delivered his own son last weekend. >> my wife, she is a were your. >> you saw the baby, okay. >> junior desilva was not expect
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his wife was just over 6 months pregnant. when she went into labor in the early hours of the morning, it caught everyone off guard. >> no time for clothes or emergency, nothing. >> junior called 911. he knows just about everyone at the marblehead police grievious bodily harm, he teaches martial arts to the police department, when nick angeles picked up he instantly recognized his voice. i said you have to save my son. the baby came soarly he blue and lifeless. he demonstrated how small the 2-pound 12-ounce baby was. >> it is this long, here is his body and his head. so i grab him and i didn't know what to do. i completely froze. and nick was on the phone he say do what i say, turn him on the side and rub his back. so i kind of bend this way, nice and easy. when i did that, he egg egg, move his hand so fast, i couldn't believe it. >> it was a victory.
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lottery. >> jonah was rushed to the hospital for special care, his information card is now a treasured fairly heirloom. >> delivered by dad. i was -- that made me feel so good. >> but junior knows he couldn't have done it without help. >> i lift my head and thank god for everything. and then i thank the whole crew for everything. >> mom is out of the hospital, jonah will remain through the holidays. >> everything works out, by january, i will be taking my son to the fire department and to the police department to shake say thank you. >> jonah was taken off oxygen just yesterday. mom is again doing fine. she is so in love with him she is already thinking about having another child. elizabeth hopkin, fox 25 news. >> amazing, right? >> that has happened, being in love with a child is instant. i know jason brewer would agree with me. you have the child and it's almost addictive and you want more. now you have three. >> that is the way it work, i know. all my three are home waiting on
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>> so glad the baby is okay. >> during the week, i was watching that story but i couldn't hear the audio so i finally got to hear everything. >> incredible that he was blue and so small and now thriving which is amazing news. >> so good to hear. right now i'm tracking the rain that we needed, but sit going to put a damper on your sunday morning plans. just want the umbrella so if you live at the coastline you have a better chance to stay wet. here is a look, we have the low pressure center dropping down and the upper atmosphere and that is why we have the clouds anth in fact, we have seen the showers in the overnight, right now, they are hanging around cape ann and cape cod. a few showers have popped up way to the west, but they are very light. we will track these, coming out of the sea coast area, they have been coming down across essex county, just right along 93 there as you can see, and they are drifting generally to the south, taking on a little bit of a southeastward turn. most of this rain stays east of boston, but there will be this one little shot at a brief
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the next hour that drops southward. now, we have one little sprinkle right over the westboro area, look it, right there at 495 and the pike. that is going to move to milford and it is a quick, literally trace amount of rain. now, over to provincetown and barnstable, i have been watching this rain and make its way southeastward. and i have been talking about the back edge of this come over barnstable about 8:15. so it looks like that is on track. it will continue to clear the cape. we are just going to see spotty light rain, i think of this as most of the heavier showers pass by just to the north of the islands. but look at these rain amounts. they are not heavy, but certainly enough to make it damp and dreary. we have seen about a 0.1" in gnashw and a few hundred in bosston so far. let's track the train with futurecast. it does a good job showing where the rain is now, going forward it gives you confidence that this is going to be how it pans out. at noontime, most of the area is dry and it will stay that way
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some passing rain drifting from the north to the south. best chance will be at the coastline, but anywhere inside of 495 you have to wind chill out for that threat for the afternoon and even a few on the cape for your evening plans. afternoon number, only around 50 degrees today. and then look at this, we are right back to the chill coming up tonight. waking up in the 30s, when you see shiri tomorrow morning. on monday we will keep it cool in the afternoon, but if you are ready for milder temperare on election day afternoon. up to 61 degrees, sunny skies. another chance of a shower on wednesday, and then next weekend, looks like it could get colder, might even have to start mentioning a few flakes in that forecast. stay tuned. >> i'm not listening. i have my ear muffs on. not listening to you, jason. okay. all right. the time now is 7:50 and coming up a new scandal is swirl at a paristy jous local university. days after the men's soccer team
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sexually explicit comments now the cross-country team is coming under scrutiny, coming up the accusations coming to light about a vo: ending funding for planned parenthood. taking away our right to choose. restricting our health care choices. this is senator kelly ayotte's record. ayotte voted six times to end funding for planned parenthood - putting access to birth control and cancer screenings at risk. and she supports overturning roe v. wade. woman 1: kelly ayotte says she's for women. woman 2: voters definitely cannot trust kelly ayotte. vo: senate majority pac is responsible
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everyone, i'm butch stearns with sports for sunday morning. patriots have the weekend off. they are back at it one week from tonight. as pete carroll and seattle come to foxboro, and a rematch of superbowl xlix. bruins in action at the garden last night and they jump on top of rangers with a quick goal from patrice bergeron, set up behind the net by brad mar shawnd less than 4 minutes short handed. this storm by derek stefan, another by jimmy hayes brother and anthony rounds up 37 save, bruins lose, the sabers come to the garden monday night. yesterday in chestnut hill, eagles fans didn't have much to cheer about but they did see the favorite to win this year's heisman trophy, louisville quarterback lemar jackson account for 7 touchdowns against
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on the egg ooh les. they played favorites play next saturday in tallahassee against florida state. don't forget to join us for sports wrap at 11:30 tonight. we will discus what is next for the red sox with the loss of tory, it's week 9 for the patriots op their buy week and chris price joins us in the studio talk to jamie collins trade and dana barely stops to give thoughts on celtics and more. join us tonight at 11:30 for sunday night sports wrap, tom leyden as has the height off so i will be in the big chair. we will see you entill then, enjoy the rest of your sunday. >> butchy in the big chair. looking forward to it. today is the last chance to get some specialized julian edelman gear. the wide receiver shop in boston closes today. it was quite a scene the other day in the popup shop on newbury street. fans have been blocking to j.e. 11 since it opened thursday. look at him. just kind of beat boarding to his own store. it is at 144 newbury street 234 case you want to go and closes
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very nice of him to take selfies with fans there. >> nice to see people. >> he has nice hair. >> i think he is very handsol, i have to say. a i think a lot of prous dooer at our station think he is handsome, one producer specifically. >> maybe in the city? i think the city is in love with him. gropg can open a store across the street. >> that would be interesting to see a competing shop. >> a massachusetts attorney general is taking a closer look at how one local police department handles its evidence. >> coming up the discovery made by the framingham police chief spar exactly has access to the police evidence room. >> showers still ahead for parts of eastern new england. i'm tracking them into the day and how to plan around them. straight ahead. >> >> >> a city street blocked off by police tape. crumpled cars and ?? our neighborhood public schools. they are the bedrock of our communities. the place where 96% of our kids are educated. but even now, these local schools are losing more than
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right now on fox 25 morning news tracking our first basm of rain but where more showers will come in on sunday. >> following developing news after new allegations involving a harvard sports team and sexually explicit documents. the reason the team captain said he decided to come forward now. >> panic at a donald trump rally. the candidate whisked off stage. >> the cry from the crowd that had secret service rushing the podium. >> a 3 year-old stretcher after gunshots tear into a home. >> i heard pop pop pop very loud. >> the event held meant to prevent this sort of thing from happening. >> >> good morning, and thank you for waking up with us and watching fox 25 news. it 18 a.m., it feels like 9 a.m. but it's 8 a.m.,
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i'm jason law. >> and i'm heather hegedus, it feels like 9 a.m. but we are doing well. >> we were laughing the car radios, that is the hardest thing. you have to do it twice a year and you never remember how to do it. it always takes 15-20 minutes to go through the menu. >> right, but we have an extra hour of sleep to figure it out. i'm feeling good. meteorologist jason brewer is in the storm tracker center and, jason, it is overcast out there. when will withe see the sun today? >> you morning but further west the better chance for the brighter skies. we may stay socked in all day on cape cod. doppler radar, detecting showers as they are making their way generally from the north to the south. so it is a rainn morning eastern essex county, we are getting a break but more showers can graze marshfield to duxbury and over to plymouth by 9:15-9:30. this rain over cape cod is going to move out. we will watch the showers to the
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later this morning. we are in the 40s right now. not as cold as we could be. we will kind of stay there through the day. will is your rain chance, eastern mass the favorite spot to stay cloudy and dreary. i have more on mild air on the way in just a minute. >> developing this morning, another harvard sports team hit with scandal. the men's cross-country team now accused of creating documents with sexually explicit comments. >> stephanie coueignoux is live in cambridge and, stephanie, the end whichs were >> yeah, according to the harvard crimson every year before a dance between the men's cross-country team and the women's cross-country team, the male athletes would create spread sheathes about the female athletes. harvard crimson just updating their article just after midnight and in that article apparently some spreadsheets would include comments about the women's physical appearance. the captain of the cross-country
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come forward because he didn't want har vrd officials to find out about these spreadsheets some other way. and he specifically mentioned the men's soccer team say, quote, they tried to hide their stuff. as we first reported last week, harvard university after finding out about the men's soccer team decided to cancel their season. they learned team members ranked the women's soccer team since 2012 and those reports also included sexually explicit the crimson article mentioned that the men's cross-country team also had ranking reports dating back to 2012. the can tan quoted in the paper saying that while in years past some of those reports did include lewd language, this year's report has not. now, we have reached out to har vrd for comments, so far on this err lesunday morning, we have not heard back. but coming up in minutes the e-mail the captain sent to the cross-country team before these
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coueignoux, fox 5 news. >> and new for you this morning, at least four people rushed to the hospital after this perp crashed in roxbury. you can see in the video five cars damaged at the intersex of washington street and walnut park. it happened earlier this morning around 12:15. boston ems tells us everyone is expected to be okay. no word on what caused the crash. we are reaching out to learn more from police. >> it is 8:04. to election 2016. donald trump rushed off the stage during a nevada. some sort of commotion broke out in the crowd during the gop nominee's speech. and then you will see right here secret service details, jumping into action, rushing him off right there when someone yelled "gun." >> police tackled and detained the man but he was released about an hour later when no weapon was found. trump wasn't hurt. he returned to the stage and finished his speech. >> nobody said it was going to be easy for us.
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>> in a statement trump thanked the see crete service and state law enforcement. >> it is two days to go, the in addition nam call pains are descending on new hampshire. hillary clinton will take the stage in emanuel african methodist episcopal church tonight, accompanied by singer songwriter james taylor. trump will be there tomorrow. the two are polling dead even in the granite state and fox 25's jacqui heinrich reports this morning that the parties are now sending in the surrogates to vie for new hampshire's crucial electoral votes. >> boston to the campaign trail to stump for hillary clinton, one of more than 20 official campaign events around the state 72 hours out from election day. democrats like walsh trying to get out the vote in hopes of wrangling the state's 4e leg tort votes. >> when you come to the table, generally if you are a trump supporter people will say i'm a trump supporter, hillary supporter, and those people that don't play their hand, you kind of know they are undecide. i definitely try to go back and put a little extra emphasis on
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the right person. >> the weekend is not oamplet on sunday, hillary herself is set to take the stage at an event in manchester. her surrogate planning events in 11 other cities. the other side of the aisle has a full schedule, too. ' vanca stumping in laconia and mike pence in windham. for the most part voters we talked to knew who they isn't whatted to take the white house. >> i have to vote for hillary. i think, i think trump is just dangerous for the country. >> i have already voted. absentee vote. >> as campaign heat up, what people are waiting most eagerly for is for it to call down testify the the campaign back and forth every time you turn the t.v. on, the negativity, the calls, the things in my mailbox. all the above i'm ready for it to be done. >> i'm jackie hein hein rinse, fox 25 news. >> again 48 hours to go until election day. stick with fox 5 now through election night. we will have the results of all
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and as a result come in. our special coverage begins with our 4 p.m. news cast, and it continues throt the night. >> it 18:06 right now and to other new, a 3 year-old boy rushed away on a stretcher after someone opened fire outside his family's home in brockton. now this morning police are looking for the person who fired those shots that also left bullet holes alongside the home. and as fox 25 christine mccarthy reports that shooting happened blocks away from a peace rally that was just wrapping up right about the same time. >> it is very scary. >> plymouth county crime scene investigators snatched pictures of a brockton home pierced by bullets when gun fire erupted outside on bartlett street in broad daylight saturday afternoon. one bullet cut straight through the wall a fragment grazing the leg of this 3 year-old boy, who had been inside at his relative's home. family members say. >> all of a sudden i hear pop, pop, very very loud. as if it was right outside our window.
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grabbed them and i was like get away from the windows. >> mom kaylamann mom of a five and one year-old said the violence was too close for comfort. >> what if they pulled down the street and hit min widow, because my window is right here. that could have been one of my kids. >> paul anderson, too, heard the gun fire and witnessed the aftermath calling police with information. >> i heard ten gunshots. i'm a former firearms instructor and i recognize right away what it was. i looked out the window and proceeding west here colored four door, full-sized sedan. >> bullets also struck a mail truck parked out front. family members tell fox 25 the boy is doing well but the shooting has the neighborhood uneasy. >> i have equate a few grandchildren and it makes me hastant to have them come visit me when that kind of thing is going on, of course. >> christine mccarthy for fox 5 news. >> a man shot and killed while sitting in his own car.
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searching for a suspect and you can see right here in roxbury the crime scene tape surrounding the scene on amazing street where a police and s.w.a.t. teams were all over the area yesterday morning. police say the man in his 20s was already dead when they arrived. fully armed officers surrounded a building on nearby seaver street after a person of interest had gone inside that building right there. neighbors who heard the gunshots watched as their street became a crime scene. >> it's very worrying i have two small children, very worrying. >> in a sense, i almost get numb it to. you know, you can never get used to it. i don't like it. >> well, candles for another victim were just feet away from where yesterday's murder happened. no arrests have been made right now. >> this morning, state attorney general maura healy is investigating the framingham police department after learning officers actually hid a key to the evidence room just outside it. framingham police chief ken fergusone. mailed us and said he notified the middle section
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coverry. he claims two evidence officer, the only people authorized to access the evidence room, knew about the hidden key's location. chief ferguson said in a statement that the key was likely hidden as a backup, and for convenience. a statement adds, quote, corrective and disciplinary action will be imposed with respect to anyone who did not exercise due diligence in maintaining the security and integrity of the department's evidence room. he also said new security measures were added more than a year ago, but the town's evidence room was au another issued with recorded. >> the demolition of the old highland bridge in need ma'am is move age long without issue. the span going over 128 north has been removed. overnight crews began taking down the part going down 128 south. so, this morning, southbound lanes will be closed and a detour is in place while that demolition happens. the good news is, the work is expected to wrap up around 3:00 this afternoon, just in time for the monday commute. >> uh-hmm. take a look at this video.
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weekend. another barely got out in time. >> he was gasping for air and his face was in black smoke. >> coming up what we are learning about the people who could have been staying in that house. >> plus, the signs that winter is coming in full swing this weekend. right after this break, fox 25 investigates goes straight to the source to find out how the mbta plans to prevent another winter of frustrating what's kelly ayotte costing you?
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generic drugs. you're paying high interest rates on college loans. ayotte voted against letting you refinance at lower rates. and you're paying higher bank fees while ayotte voted for special breaks to wall street executives. kelly ayotte. she's siding with corporate special interests and that's costing you. she's not working for new hampshire. ?? our neighborhood public schools. the place where 96% of our kids are educated. but even now, these local schools are losing more than 400 million dollars a year to privately-run charter schools. and if question 2 passes, it will only get worse. we can't let that happen. to protect our public schools and the right of all our kids to a quality education,
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. is 8:14. derailments broaksen switches and fires plaguing the tment and commuter rail and not a single snowflakes shas fallen yet. who can forget those two winters ago when trains were caught in the snow leaving thousands of riders stranded on platforms and trains. so fox 25 investigative reporter kerry cavanaugh went to get answers from the mbta and the commuter rail about what is happen right now to avoid a repeat of freezing and frustrating commutes. >> february, a broken switch along an amtrack rail sut down south station, commuters were diverted to the back bay, which looked like this during the
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>> october, an orange line train began taking on smoke at back bay station. passengers kicked out windows to escape. >> just sunday, operatetor error detailed a green line train. a recent audit found the green line had the most derailments of any light passenger rail in the country. >> none of these problems had anything to do with winter weather. >> you know, i don't get to work on time, the stressed out. >> nothing has even happened yet and it seems like there's been this slew of delays, >> how do you assure your riders that you are ready for winter when sometimes it seems you are not ready for summer, spring or fall? >> we owe it to our riders to make this service run better and i can delcamp tell you as a required myself, every day this team is out there working hard to improve the system. >> mbta interim general manager brian short sleeve said for the t., there are only two seasons; >> first is winter and the second is winter is coming. so we are totally focused on preparations. >> short sleeves said preparation began immediately
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investment in equipment. >> this year we have invested another 30, we have got hundreds of new pieces of snow equipment. >> it's an old system. but we have close to 5,000 people in in our operations direct rat working on the little things, the vehicles, the track, the third rail heretos. >> a major project putting third rail heaters on the red line which should be completed by tend of fall. >> the mbta is also employing new diagnostic tools the plans and improvements have some t. rierts cashly optimistic. >> you know, i constantly saw people working on it, month of thousands of dollars hey put into it. i'm really hoping that it does. >> but others say they still face problems daily. >> in, like, the the trains are not reliable. >> my fear is that they are going to be caught sleeping again and not prepared. >> what letter grade would you give response in 2015 and then what letter grade would you give your plan for this upcoming
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2015, and i would be looking for a b. plus this winter. >> david corey is the new general manager at keolis which runs the commuter rail that winter weather halted for days in 2015. corey wasn't here then but said keolis has a person dedicated to winter readiness. >> the front is a snow plow, it will rotate left and right. >> there was a massive investment in snow removal equipment last year. >> the big investment this year is in training of our people and making sure our people are ready. >> keolis has a new stra night during snowstorms, to keep the tracks clear. and parking trains not in use out of the elements. new this winter, smart glasses, to help engineers diagnosis problems remotely. >> i'm a rider myself daily and i experience firsthand what the passengers experience. >> we are totally focused on making the system ready for winter time. >> time will tell. >> the t. and keolis said they are as ready as they can be and
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everyone hoping we will have another mild one this year. for fox 25 investigates, i'm kerry cavanaugh. >> all right. so mbta getting ready for winter. we are, too. everyone is getting in the mind set it is that time of year to talk about flurries with are already talking to the far north. >> i finally took the sweaters outf and then it is like kind of, i have to do it in parts. i have so much stuff. i have to get the wool socks out. the fleece lined tights out. we work outside so -- >> yeah. yeah. i always like to wear those, always gives you insulation. >> you need it. >> i don't know if it's the morning but it is cool and dreary, in the 40s. remember yesterday we were in the 20s in a lot of spots. you see cloud cover, it will be thick. we have had glimmers of sunshine coming through, and then the clouds fell back in. 56 degrees at logan a and winds out of the north at 17 miles per hour as low pressure gliedz buy to thest ooh.
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atmosphere with the showers developing. and they have been moving out of the sea coast, down the north shore, and i'm tracking just a wet and just damp morning here. cape ann, most of essex county has had some rain but really steady over gloucester right no. and this little batch of white rain, malden, chelsea, over the airman, that is going to move over towards hull. we will watch here around hingham and scituate a batch of rain coming in off the ocean for you. so, it now, i have been talking about the back edge of the batch of steady rain moving over barnstable and yet we timed it out correctly, it is continuing to move eastward and the back edge of this rain will start to clear these towns at these times. so chatham by 9:00 in the morning, back edge of the showers moving away. but then, i will watch the showers coming down off the south shore to hit cape cod through, say, 11 or 12:00 today possibly the islands as well.
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we have these ocean effects showers that may start to develop once again and a couple could even brush the north and south shore as well into the late day. for your evening plans, we are going to watch cape cod and south shore in particular, for that continued chance of an isolated shower. now, highs today are going to be running at around 50 degrees. kind of what you see is what you get. we are not going to warm up much and keep it cool. and then, look at this. you see all these clearc start to clear out, cooler air is filtering in from the north and we end up with temperatures in the 30s and most spots to start our monday, 40s on cape cod. it is a chilly monday morning, high pressure though does settle in closer to us on monday afternoon. so we bring the sun back and we have less wind and we have some nicer temperatures out there when you factor in the sunshine. that will be hitting most of us on monday. the only exception some coastal clouds linger for monday
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it is going to get milder after a chilly start to the day. so, no weather impeding anyone from heading out to the polls. wednesday a slight chance of showers with a weak front coming by. and then, as we head to veterans day, right now, our models are not quite in agreement, little too soon. it does look like another front with possibly some colder air, maybe even some snowflakes in the next weekend's forecast, but still, lot of time to watch that. i have more on the radar coming up thef good weather to get out the vote though. all right. jason, thank you. way to serve their country by helping their peers. >> there is no bond as strong as the one that is this, among those toward who wore the uniform. >> coming up we will tell you about the program that is turning bond now into healing and empowerment for veterans who find themselves on wrong side of the law. >> and the family of a boy who died while at a boston summer camp, searching for answ vo: ending funding for planned parenthood. taking away our right to choose. restricting our health care choices.
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it started at the the curly community center where kaiser was last seen on july 26th before he wandered off. boston police called that little boy's death an accidental drowning, but the medical examiner has yet to release a definitive cause of death. the little boy's family told us yesterday they have not gotten answer answer about what happened. >> we are just asking for ans, answers, answers, better answers so that way me and my family can have closure to this. because the answers they have given us is just nothing. we run into a brick wall. >> the family filed an open records request with the city back in september, but they have not filed a lawsuit. >> this weekend, we are remembering the state's first casualty in the war in iraq. army specialist matthew goulet was honored with a special ceremony in dracut, his hometown. he was killed in action on april 2nd, 2003, when his black hawk helicopter went down. his mom has been working to have a park named in his honor and yesterday that dream became reality with the dedication of
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>> right now, i'm still tracking some rain moving closer to the south shore. a closer look at storm tracker radar and where the heavier showers are heading next coming up. >> >> with are following developing news as a second harvard sports team is accused of making sexually explici joanne: she's not fooling me. britt: kelly ayotte sides with the special interests. vivian: now, she's even playing politic games with medicare. vo: kelly ayotte voted to cut medicare and cost seniors up to $1,700 more for prescriptions... while protecting tax breaks for the wall street banks and big oil companies that fund her campaign. fred: kelly ayotte sold us out. britt: with kelly ayotte, it's all politics. joanne: she's not looking out for new hampshire anymore.
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hey, everyone, make sure to double o'clock your clock and roll it back, it is 9:30, although it feels like 9:30. doesn't look that great right now. a little ominous out there. we have had some showers and jason brewer will have more on that but we are looking at clouds over the skyline. >> roll the clocks back, but don't roll over. because we have a packed show for you this morning. >> we can roll over if you have to.
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a favor, we have a lot of good news to report. meteorologist jason brewer is here with a pretty good forecast for the week. jason, not starting off so great this morning though? >> yeah, our sunday is the brighter skies will be out west, it is going to stay damper and cloudier as you go eastward. and then watching the showers, still left over at the coastline. we have the rain in the overnight but now it is just going to be cape ann. moving away from new hampshire, but right over rockport it is steady rain. additional heavy showers, getting ready to approach marshfield, duxbury and scituate and the showers moving away from the cape and more developing in the northern part of the cape heading down from provincetown, making their way down towards cape cod, eventually the islands could get in on some of this as well. let's track this here. temperatures in the 40s to start the day. we will be watching as showers make their way through 10 a.m., south shore, cape, the islands, the better chance, and then we will continue the watch
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during the afternoon. and i think for your evening plan, most of us are dry. cape cod will be the favored spot for any showers this evening. here are your high temperature, we are returning anden around 50 degrees, kind of what you see is what you get. breezy, too. with low pressure off shore and that north wind coming through. again, the brighter skies, the farther west you go, it will stay cloudier as you go over to the east. we have milder air on the way, but it is not before some freezing temperatures get here. i ahead. >> all right, jason, thank you so much. we will bring you breaking news into the news room this morning. one person is dead. five more hurt after this roll over crash. it happened in westport, right on the south coast. this is video of the scene on i-195 from early this morning. right now, we are working to get more details about what exactly caused the roll over, but one person kid, five hurt, more details as they become available to us. >> investigators are investigating a deadly fire in
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the 9:00 show yesterday morning. now we are getting a better look at the fire on george street. one man was killed, another hospitalized. and a neighbor out there tells fox 25 that he ran to help after spotting a man running from the house. >> he was gasping for air and his face was in black smoke and he was, his clothes were burned, and then as soon as they got him down to the sidewalk, motorcycle cop came in and peeled his clothes off. while we went and started rapping on all the doors. >> firefighters tell us that that house is known as a popular spot for squatters. no word yet on the man who died. his name or the condition of the man taken to the hospital. >> 8:32, a fresh scandal hit ag harvard university team. a cross-country team is accused of making explicit comments about women in a group document. >> and all this comes days after
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sidelines for similar allegations. fox 25's stephanie coueignoux is live in kim break this morning. >> it appears the allegations are similar in nature, with the new allegations involve ag harvard male cross-country team. this is about spreadsheets apparently surfaced talking about how the girl's team looked and how harvard said is updated after midnight. the new allegations outlined the captain of the cross country team came forward, admitting that the team had made spreadsheets about the women's cross country team for a number of years. in the article he is quoted saying he decided to go public because he didn't want harvard officials to find out some other way, citing specifically the men's soccer team saying, quote,
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harvard canceled the remainder of the men's soccer team season, after it came out that they made sexually explicit spreadsheets about the women's soccer team. according to the latest article, the cross country captain e-mailed the team urging them to come forward with any sexually explicit reports that they may have created in the past. it also goes on to say that the captain also shared one of these reports with their coach. now, we have reached out to harvard for comment. we have not heard b but, when the allegations involving the men's soccer team came out, a spokesperson said they absolutely do not tolerate this type of behavior and coming up in 30 minutes the annual event that these latest alleged spreadsheets are focused on. in cambridge, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> 8:34, we are just two days away from picking the next president and both candidates
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hampshire. hillary clinton will be in manchester today and donald trump is hot on her heels and will be there tomorrow. this is as concern grows there could be a cyber attack targeting voter data bases. homeland security officials say they don't think the hackers would be able to actually change any votes, but they are, quote, very concerned hackers could get into the data bases, steal personal information an attack state election web sites that report the results. the biggest concern is the hack would make people question the integrity of the votes, especially since there is already already accusations of a rigged system. this is as one country to the south is putting a plan in place, if donald trump should become the 45th president. mexico said a trump perez dncy y could cause a hurricane for the country, they are making it clear they consider trump a threat. exports make up one third of
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u.s. trump famously vowed to build a wall blocking mexico from the u.s. if he wins office. >> this weekend a man is facing animal cruelty charges for shooting his neighbor's dog. this happened in mason, new hampshire, just over the state line from townsend, massachusetts. colton score told police he shot the dog pause it was running and barking at him and his young son. the dog's owner told police the dog was on its own property at the time. the dog is recovering this morning and score is due in court >> a dorchester man is charged with attempted murder for allegedly hitting a friend in the head with a baseball bat. it happened in pocasett early yesterday morning. mark due das is (^) facing several other charges including operating under the influence. police say he was drunk when he tried to drive away from the scene. that victim has now been hospitalized with serious injuries. police say that fight started when the victim made some sort of negative comments about due das and his family.
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in needham this morning, as crews work to finish the work on the highland avenue bridge over 128. and as they work to pull down the bridge, we will give you a timeline of when that work should be completed. >> also, this morning, a desperate plea for help in new jersey as police investigate a deadly stabbing there. three people including two kids killed in their own home. we have details of the manhunt underway this morning right now. >> i'm tracking showers over cape cod bay. vo: ending funding for planned parenthood. taking away our right to choose. restricting our health care choices. this is senator kelly ayotte's record.
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and she supports overturning roe v. wade. woman 1: kelly ayotte says she's for women. but it's just an act. woman 2: voters definitely cannot trust kelly ayotte. vo: senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. ?? our neighborhood public schools. they are the bedrock of our communities. the place where 96% of our kids are educated. but even now, these local schools are losing more than 400 million dollars a year to privately-run charter schools. and if question 2 passes, it will only get worse. we can't let that happen. to protect our public schools and the right of all our kids to a quality education,
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it is 8:40. cropping this morning a manhunt is underway in newark, new jersey, for a man considered to be a person of interest in a ed thisly stabbing rampage. police say an 8 year-old girl and 11 year-old boy and 23 year-old woman were all killed
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13 year-olds were also hurt. police say many of the victims are related. new park's mayor said the city needs to come together to find that man who police think may be involved. >> we cannot harbor an individual. we cannot hide this individual. we cannot keep him. we cannot wait for him to turn himself in. we have to get him immediately before he hurts someone else. as long as he is on the street, none of us are safe. >> right now, police are harrington, police are have not released a picture but as soon as one becomes available we will share it with you. at this point, police haven't released any motive for the attack. >> new developments this weekend in the case of a woman found chained inside a storage container on a farm in south carolina. police now say the man accused of taking her and putting her in the cage is a cereal killer. this is after police found the body of the woman's boyfriend and at least two other victims on that 100-acre farm.
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more graves are. he sure did. he showed us where the victims, four members of the spartanburg county society brutally murdered. it's called a supermotorbike case. >> police say todd kohlhepp confessed four murders and may be involved in three other. he is a registered sex offender and already facing charges for kidnapping. this started thursday when police found kala brown chained on kohlhepp's property months after she went miss. brown told police she and her boyfriend had gone there looki work. police are combing the property looking for more victims. a local man celebrating his first week offer of fatherhood months ahead of time. the special role he played in making sure his son and wife got the el he p they needed. >> plus training veterans to help other veterans. we will tell you about the new what's kelly ayotte costing you? you're paying more for prescription medicines. kelly ayotte blocked lower cost generic drugs. you're paying high interest rates on college loans.
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and you're paying higher bank fees while ayotte voted for special breaks to wall street executives. kelly ayotte. she's siding with corporate special interests and that's costing you. she's not working for new hampshire. joanne: she's not fooling me. britt: kelly ayotte sides with the special interests. vivian: now, she's even playing politic games with medicare. vo: kelly ayotte voted to cut medicare and cost seniors up to
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big oil companies that fund her campaign. fred: kelly ayotte sold us out. britt: with kelly ayotte, it's all politics. joanne: she's not looking out for new hampshire anymore. vo: senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. i'm maggie hassan, and new hampshire has a very clear choice: do we keep going with a senator who repeatedly votes with the corporate special interests... or a new senator who sides with the people of new hampshire?
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r working families: making college and job training more affordable. lowering prescription drug costs. and always protecting a woman's right to make her own health care decisions. these are my priorities, why i approve this message... and why i respectfully ask for your vote. right now an effort is underway in massachusetts to expand an important program for troubled veterans. the the tret vans treatment court gives the men and women who served an alternative to jails or fines. if they find themselves in trouble with the law. and only on fox 25 this morning, bob ward takes a look at how veterans are being train to help
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conference room, more than 20 veterans are finding a way to keep serving their country. they are training to become mentors to other vets who wind up on the wrong side of the law. in this program, vets are getting a second chance through veterans treatment corp. >> we want to get these people back in the community and not committing crimes and returning to the court almost on like a reshovelling door basis. >> massachusetts has five treatment courts to ahe system by agreeing to a lengthy and aggressive treatment plan. judge kevin gaffney sits at the lawrence vet ran's court and he said it is making a difference. >> they are talking about lives of these veterans who have done so much for us. having their lives restored. >> here in essex county, there is one veteran's treatment court. that one is in lawrence. but the d.a. is trying to change that. he wants to open the second one right here in salem.
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we need to do this. keep our community safe. keep our community well and to helm out again those individuals who have so much to do. >> for many vets, returning home, trap cisioning to civilian life is tressful. this program linking troubled vets to mentors is designed to break the cycle. >> there is no bond as strong as the one that is this among those who wore the uniform. and in veterans treatment courts we are turning that bond into healing and empowerment. >> it is hope these vs give these vets the homecoming they deserve. in salem, bob ward, fox 25 news. >> now your local forecast from jason brewer and the fox 25 storm tracker weather team. >> all right. good morning, if you are waking up with us, you have the clouds around. we have had a glimmer of sun this morning but now peculiar risker north wind is developing and helping lift some moisture up, bring some more clouds in at 46 in pos ton, north winds 17 at the airport. low pressure is swirling by to our east. that is why we have some rain
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primarily the coast, and we have the overnight showers that move through parts of the interior as well. so, right now, essex county we continue to watch the gray dreary and rainy weather. so, the sea coast is drying out. northern essex county drying out but over cape ann, back to pa peabody, some light rain grazing the boston area making its way southward toward the south shore. then we watch these showers moving east of barnstable, they will clear nantucket here there is more rain back to the north to watch. so the showers moving eastward down the south, but as we go northward, they are actually moving southward. so that swirl in the atmosphere is what i'm watching this morning. so, here is some of those arrival times for additional heavier showers coming down off cape cod bay here. they are going to moving up across the south shore to sandwich by 9:45, some of those heavier showers moving in. let's take a look.
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rain is right now, and there it goes at noontime. vineyard, nantucket, still well wet. we get a lull here and then we go to the afternoon. it is brighter to the west, and we will see it sunset some showers to the east. so, if you live in the coast, better chance to stay gray all day long and it will be breezier and off and on damp at times. for your evening plans, mainly cape cod, possibly plymouth county a chance of a lingering shower out there. highs today, what you we are not going to be able to warm up much as you two to the coast. we are pretty much stuck around 50-52. back into worcester county we call it m.d. and upper 40s with a bit of a brightening trend here into the afternoon. and then, as those skies continue to clear tonight, we will see temperatures dropping down. heat goes back up, and then we are back in the freezing zone once again and most spots, boston at 37, and the cape and in the lower 40s. the rest of area getting some chilly readings to start out
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pressure is nearby, so that's less wind, brighter skies. if we will see some lingering clouds, it's cape cod on monday. and then, on tuesday, even brighter. and warmer. milder conditions on tuesday afternoon. it's 61 degrees for election day. no weather inhibiting issues for the polls. on wednesday there is another front coming in with a slight chance of rain, just be glancing blow of some rain from west two east. thursday looks dry. seasonable. friday, veteran's day, right now a low a chance that we will get some colder air in here into next weekend. still got a lot to iron out with the extended range models so check back in with sara tonight. she will have more as we get a little more information. back to you. >> not too bad for this time of year, jayen so. the time now is 8:50 and a new scandal swirling at a prestigious local university. just days after the men's soccer team was benched throughout the season for sexually explicit comments now the cross-country team is coming under scrutiny.
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aisle butch stearns for sunday morning, patriots have the weekend off, they are back at it one week from tonight. as pete carroll and seattle come to foxboro, and a rematch of superbowl xlix. bruins in action at the forwarden last night and they jump on top of the rangers with a quick goal from patrice bergeron, set up behind the net by brad marshawn has than four minutes in. but the two of them short hand. this one by derek stef none, another by gym may hayes brother kevin, anthony roundza, 37 stayv save, bruin lose 7-2, the sabes come monday night. yesterday in east nut hill, eels fans didn't have much to cheer about but did see the favorite to win this year's heisman trophy. that will be louisville quarterback lemar jackson. account for 7 touchdowns against b.c. three rushing himself and 4 passing. 52-7 louisville puts a whopping
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play next saturday b.t. at tallahassee against florida state. don't forget to join us for sports wrap at 11:30 tonight, we will discus what is next if the red sox and nfl week 9 without the patriots on the buy week and w. e. i. chris price joins us in the studio to talk to jamie collins trade and more and former celtic dana borrow has this year's celtics and more, join us at 11:30 for sunday night sports wrap, tom leyden has the night off so i will be in the big chair. we will see you then. until then, e sunday. >> see you then, butch. today is the last day to get specialized julian edelman gear. the wide receiver has a popup shop in boston and it closes today. so fans have been flocking to j. e. 11, the name of the store since it opened thursday. the hop is located at 144 newbury street. it closes to night at 8:00. you said maybe jason it will be a great idea to have gronk pop up shop across street, dualing
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a brady popup shop? >> what a about a belichick one? >> belichick versus brady, i like that matchup. >> fans can shop all day today because it's a buy week,. >> get their patriots fix. good point. >> in other news this weekend, the massachusetts attorney general is taking a closer look at how one local police department handled its evidence. >> the discovery made by framingham's police chief that sparked new concern about who is who has access to the police evidence room. >> right now still tracking some sew you where they are heading next and where else to watch for showers today straight ahead. >> >> >> and this morning, a city street blocked off by police tape. crumpled cars and debris all over the ?? our neighborhood public schools. they are the bedrock of our communities. the place where 96% of our kids are educated. but even now, these local schools are losing more than 400 million dollars a year to privately-run charter schools.
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sunday. >> we are following developing news after new allegations involving a harvard sports team and sexually explicit documents. the reason the team captain said he decided to come forward now. >> panic at a donald trump rally. the candidate whisked off stage. >> the cry from the crowd that had secret service rushing the the podium. >> and a 3 year-old rushed away on a stretcher after gunshots tear into a home. >> all of a sudden i hear pop, >> the event happening just blobs away meant meant to prevent this sort of thing from happening. >> good sunday morning, hope it is off to a great star ifer you and thanks for watching the fox 25 news, it's 9 a.m. in case you are confused by daylight savings time, i'm heather hegedus. >> we have time checks.
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a relative you know who doesn't know and didn't turn the clocks back on, it's an hour early for everything. >> doesn't have a iphone or smart phone. >> feels like 9:00, it is 10:00 this morning. we have seen the sun poke out but it has been a while and now it feels overcast outside. check in with jason brewer for more on that. jason? >> we have made a run at it this morning, but now additional showers developing and tracking north to south along the coastline is where you will stay dreary today, brighter to the west. i'm still tracking some of the heav radar. good news is, if you are ready to break out of the bluster, another half hour and light rain will finally be moving away, essex county weather is improving but a few little spotty showers, right over the greater boston area, coming boo the city, tracking down the expressway. we will keep it damp on the south shore. showers coming through plymouth and look at these heavy downpours, over-- getting closer to cape cod bay now. over the ocean. they are tracking southward around 20 miles per hour. so, it is just going to be a
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back into cape cod. temperatures are in the 40s though right now, not tierbly cold. just kind of cloudy and dreary and breezy. but look, a few patches of sun now coming in, north and west of 495 and around worcester as well, 43 there and a little brighter. so it is going to be brighter than the west, cloudier to the east. we have mostly cloudy skies overall and a few more showers on the way, we have the latest information with our futurecast model for you on that, straight ahead. stay tuned. >> all right, jason, we will see yo developing this morning, another harvard sports team hit with scandal. >> first it was the men's soccer team and now it's the the men's cross county team accuse of creating documents with sexually explicit comments. this morning fox 25's stephanie coueignoux is live in cambridge and the comments were directed towards members of the women soccer team? >> reporter: yeah, and according to an article in the harvard crimson, this apparently happened every year before the big dance. the men's cross county team
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women's soccer team members. and this article just updated just after midnight, and according to this article, some of these allegations actually involved the physical appearance of the will on the women's soccer team. the captain of the cos down country team is quoted saying he did want to come forward because he didn't want harvard officials to find out some other way and he specifically mentioned the men's soccer team, those allegations, everything that they tried to hide their stuff. as we were first reporting last week, harvard university decided to cancel the men's soccer season after learning team members had ranked the women's soccer team since 2012, and those reports also included sexually exsplit sit language. the article mentioned the men's cross-country team also had ranking reports, dating back to 2012, the captain is quoted in the paper saying that while in years past, some of these
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language. thissier's report did not. now, we have reached out to harvard for comment, so far we have not heard back, but coming up in 30 minutes the e-mail the cross county captain apparently sent his teammates before these allegations became public. in cambridge, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> bad accident overnight, new this morning, at least four people had to be taken to the hospital after a bad crash in roxbury. you can see in this video, you can count them, five cars damaged at the intersection park. this collision happened around 12:15 this morning. boston ems tell us everyone is expected to survive. no word on what caused the pipeup. we are reaching out to police to learn more. >> election 2016 now, donald trump rushed off the stage during a rally in reno, nevada. some sort of commotion broke out on the crowd during the gop nominee's speech. and you can see in this video, his secret service detail jumped into action, rushed him off the stage right here when someone yelled "gun."
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but, that man was released about an hour later when no weapon was found on him. trump wasn't hurt. he actually returned back to the stage and finished his speech. >> nobody said it was going to be easy for us. but we will never be stopped. >> in a statement, trump later thanked the secret service and state law enforcement. >> now it's only two days to go, the national campaigns are descending on new hampshire. hillary clinton will take the stage in manchester songwriter james taylor. trump is going to be in the same spot tomorrow. the two are polling dead even in the granite state and fox 25's jacqui heinrich reports this morning, the parties are now sending in their surrogates to vie for new hampshire's crucial electoral votes. >> boston mayor marty walsh took to the campaign trail in new hampshire saturday to stump for hillary clinton. one of more than 20 official campaign events around the state, just 72 hours out from
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democrats like walsh trying to get out the vote in hopes of wrangling the state's 4 electoral votes. >> when you tom a table, i mean generally if you're a trump supporter, people are going to say i'm a trump supporter or i'm a hillary supporter and those people that don't play their hand -- you know they are undecided. at that point you try to go back and put a little extra emphasis on why you think hillary clinton is the right candidate. >> and the weekend is not yet over. on sunday, hillary herself set to take the stage at an event in emanuel african methodist episcopal church. her surrogate, planning events in 11 other cities. the ot a full schedule, too. ' vanca trump stumping in laconia on sunday and mike pence hosting a rally in windham. for the most part, voters we talked to knew who they wanted to take the white house. >> i have to vote for hillary. i think -- i think trump is just dangerous for the country. >> i have already voted. absentee vote. >> as the last few days of the campaign heat up, what people are waiting most eagerly for is it all to cool down. >> the campaign ads back and forth every time you turn the
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calls, the things in my mailbox, all of the above. just ready for it to be done. >> i'm jacqui heinrich, fox 25 news. >> it's not just the race for president getting the the a tension in new hampshire, also the race for the senate. the battle between incumbent kelley ayotte and governor maggie hassan has the potential to flip the majority in fact u.s. senate to democrats. depending upon who wins. the polls suggest this race could go either way and candidates are out in full force this >> we have always known this is going to be really close campaign. and i'm just working over these next few days to talk with the people of new hampshire about what we have been able to accomplish across party lines here in new hampshire. >> we always thought this would be a close close race. that's how races are in new hampshire. every vote counts and the the voters are really engaged. this is a grass roots politics state. >> so i'm really looking forward to just being out on the campaign trail. >> both ayotte and hassan have busy schedules through monday.
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less than 48 hours now to go until the polls open up and it is election day. stick with fox 25 new through election night and we have results of all the big races as the polls close and those results begin trigging in. our special coverage begins with our 4 p.m. news cast and then continues throughout the night. >> it is now 9:08. a three year-old boy is rushed away on a stretcher after someone opened fire outside that little boy's family's home in brockton. this morning police are now looking for the person who fired the shots which also bulletholes alongside that home. as fox 25's christine mccarthy reports the shooting happened blocks away from all things a peace rally that was just wrapping up at the same time. >> it is very scary. >> plymouth county crime scene investigators snapped pictures of a brockton home pierced by bull bullets when gun fire erupted outside in bartlett street saturday afternoon. one bell let cut straight through the wall, a fragment grazing the leg of this 3
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family members say. >> all of a sudden i hear pop, pop, pop. very loud. as if it was right outside our window. so, i just told the kids, i grabbed them and i said get away from the windows. >> neighbor kaylamann, mom of a five and one year-old said the violence was too close for comfort. >> what if they pulled two seconds down the street and that hit my window, because my window is right here. that could have been one of my kids. >> paul anderson, too, heard the gun fire and witnessed the aftermath calling police with former firearms instructor and i recognize right away what it was. i looked out the window and proceeding west, here, on bartlett street, was a metallic gold colored four door full-sized sedan. >> bullets also struck a mail truck parked out front. family members tell fox 25 the little boy is doing well, but the shooting has the neighborhood on easy. >> i have quite a few
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visit me when that kind of thing is going on, of course. >> christine mccarthy for fox 25 news. >> meantime a man is shot and killed while sitting in his car. police are searching for a suspect in that crime. right here you can see crime scene tape surrounding the scene on amazing street in roxbury yesterday morning where police and sweat swarmed the area. police say the man was in his 20s and had already passed away when they arrived on the scene there. fully armed officers then surrounded a building seaver street after reports of a person of interest in the crime might have gone inside that building. neighbors who heard the the gunshots watched as their street became a crime scene. >> it's very worrying, especially i have two small children. it's very worrying. >> in a sense i'm not numb to it but you can never get used to it. >>. i don't like it. >> so candles for another victim of another crime just happened to be feet from where yesterday's murder scene happened. no arrests have been made yet. >> this morning, state attorney general maura healy is
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officers hid a key to the evidence room just outside the door. framingham police chief kenneth ferguson e-mailed us and said he is now notified the middle section district attorney's office about that discovery. chief ferguson claims that only 2 evidence officers, the only people authorized to access the evidence room, knew about the key's location. chief ferguson said in a statement that the key was likely hidden as a backup and for convenience his statement ads, quote, corrective and disciplinary action will be diligence in maintaining the security and integrity of the department's evidence room. he also said new security measures were added more than a year ago. town's evidence room was previously audited after another issue was reported. >> here is some good news for you this morning. democratlition of the old highland avenue bridge in needham seems to be moving a i long without issue this weekend. this morning, the span going over 128 north was removed, overnight crews began taking
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still right now what you need to know is the southbound lane on 128 there are closed, a detour is in place while that demolition happens. but the work is expected to wrap up around 3:00 this afternoon. >> this weekend a massive fire tears through a house in roxbury. the new details we are learning this morning about who may have been staying in that house. >> plus, it's one out hot button issues for massachusetts voters on the ballot this coming tuesday. we are talking about charter school expansion. fox 25 investigates found though of some charter schools shutting down or never opening in the first place. >> we will tell you the reasons supporters say those numbers don't tell the whole story.
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?? our neighborhood public schools. they are the bedrock of our communities. the place where 96% of our kids are educated. but even now, these local schools are losing more than 400 million dollars a year to privately-run charter schools. and if question 2 passes, it will only get worse. we can't let that happen. to protect our public schools and the right of all our kids to a quality education, vote no on question 2. what's kelly ayotte costing you? you're paying more for prescription medicines. kelly ayotte blocked lower cost generic drugs. you're paying high interest rates on college loans. ayotte voted against letting you refinance at lower rates.
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kelly ayotte. she's siding with corporate special interests and that's costing you. she's not working for new hampshire. massachusetts' newspapers rarely agree, but they do on question 2. they agree opponents have run a "campaign of misinformation" to spread "fear through white, affluent neighborhoods." they agree in the suburbs question 2 will have "no impact on their schools and their children." they agree it will provide vital "choices for urban parents" and help reduce "the achievement gap." question 2 is "a kid's civil right." join leading newspapers and governor baker in voting yes on 2. manolo! and governor baker you're so cold, come in! what's wrong? it's dry... your scalp? mine gets dry in the winter too. try head and shoulders' dry scalp care it nourishes the scalp and... ...keeps you up to 100% flake free
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9:15. expanding the cap on charter schools is a hot button issue on the massachusetts ballot come tuesday. advocates say charter schools are helping some of our state's most vulnerable students. but, as investigative reporter kerry cavanaugh found, some charter schools aren't helping anyone because maybe they are suddenly closed or never opened in the first place.
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of those, 28 of them closed or never opened. you can do the math. that is 25%. from lynn to dorchester to brockton to gloucester. charter schools have come and gone from these communities for a variety of reasons. >> we are on christmas break, the date started to get closer and closer and it never reopened after christmas. >> due the gloucester community arts school closed during winter gina markwicz's child was a student there. despite the school's sudden closure, markwicz said she considers sending her children to another charter school. >> i think it's a great opportunity for kids. not every child learns the same. >> nationally charter schools shut down 3.8% each year. we asked the state how massachusetts compares, during the last five school years the number of charter schools that close the in the commonwealth hovered around the average.
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massachusetts' 81 charter schools are now operating on probation or under special conditions. by know any time kids move buildings their achievement has the potential to suffer. harvard professor of education heather hill closely studied ballot question 2. question 2 would raise the charter school cap allowing the state board of elementary and secondary education to approve up to 12 new charter schools a year. in the commonwealth, successful charters outweigh the failure. hill said her concern with students success long after graduation. >> i'm voting no. yeah. i think for me thetic shoe that comes to this is we don't have a lot of evidence that charter schools are doing a good job at improving kids long term later life outcome. >> it was just like winning the lottery if you will. >> john shay said she has all the evidence she needs in the progress her 7 year-old son made since coming to dorchester's kip academy. >> him going to the playground
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able to articulate the things that he needs, on a regular basis, and the conversations he had at home, and the joy that he gets being able to do that and it being effective for him. and myself and dad at home is an amazing experience for everyone. >> faye said in traditional public school her son's special needs weren't being met. >> i felt like there was a ceiling being placed on the things that he could do. >> faye said she was grateful fo family had. she is voting yes on question no. 2 to give more students opportunities as is gina markwicz. >> sit a good option for kids who don't necessarily fit in the mainstream school. >> according to a state board of elementary and secondary education, there are more than 32,000 students on waiting lists to attend charter schools. the majority of them are residents of larger urban school districts where that cap has been met. for fox 25 investigates, i'm car
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jason brewer new england storm tracker weather team. >> all right. we have had plenty of rain to track this morning. let me get you up to date here with storm tracker radar. right now improving conditions, cape ann, red sox port, gloucester very dreary but right now those light showers are wrapping up around the the greater boston area, couple of little light showers coming through. right now in the expressway, they will be out of here shortly but sit the south shore that stays damp. look at this heavy rain, likely some embedded broth i from that. we did are some on social media yesterday. i will be watching out for that today. there is duxbury, plymouth, anywhere south down in the southern plymouth county through the cape cod canal, those showers that are maybe a couple miles off shore, are going to be spilling southward. so, in mashpee, by 9:40, expect the heavy rain to be moving in. they want to step out and get the paper now. because then about 30 minutes it will be going downhill.
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0.01" of rain. hyannis, beverly, we can easily get another quarter inch out of the big chunk i'm watching. heading down toward the west side of cape cod. here is noontime though, still a few spotty showers, primarily inside of 495. so this is where we stay cloudier as it will be breezy out there. we have that off and on rain chance so keep the umbrella handy if you live east of say, 495 out to the west it's much brighter and here it is tonight. just the left over shower coming into cape cod. now, high temperatures today, just not going to have a we will be in the 40s in worcester county and close to 50 in boston and low 50s where what you see is what you get cape cod. overnight tonight, we get cold again, right back down to the lower 0s, as we begin our monday. it is another cold start on tuesday morning, but we will start to ramp the numbers up on tuesday afternoon. at least for one day, above normal temperatures for election day. and sunny skies as well. so, a couple of chilly mornings
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middle part of the week milder days. there is a slight chance of shower wednesday with a weak front coming by, it will not do much for us i don't think. it will be next weekend, where you have a chance for more potent storm systems and some colder air that may combine, still too early to tell but we will update you as we get closer on the flake chances for next weekend. i have more on the radar in the next half hour. stay with us. >> all right. jason. buying a house is supposed to be an exciting and fun time for most homeowners, there won't move out. we just want the house back. we want our life back. we want the house so we can fix it. >> these homeowners learned getting an existing tenant from their new house, getting them out is not as easy as they thought it would be. they have even gone to court without any help. tonight at 10, fox monothat han shows why property owners can have their hands tied in an
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allegations coming to light after a woman is found chained in a container in south carolina, the discovery made by police labeling this suspect as a serial killer. >> the family of a little boy who died at a boston summer vo: ending funding for planned parenthood. taking away our right to choose. restricting our health care choices. this is senator kelly ayotte's record. ayotte voted six times to end funding for planned parenthood - putting access to birth control and cancer screenings at risk. woman 1: kelly ayotte says she's for women. but it's just an act. woman 2: voters definitely cannot trust kelly ayotte. vo: senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. ?? our neighborhood public schools. they are the bedrock of our communities. the place where 96% of our kids are educated. but even now, these local schools are losing more than 400 million dollars a year to
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and if question 2 passes, it will only get worse. we can't let that happen. to protect our public schools and the right of all our kids to a quality education, vote no on question 2. kate: my mom and i love shooting hoops. but you know what - she could still learn a few things from me - just like i've learned a lot from her. mom helps with homework... she helped dad start his business... and she even fought to put bad guys in jail. now, mom helps make laws especially when they need it most. i'm really proud of her. and she's taught me that with hard work - i can do... anything. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte, kate: and i'm kate.
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what's kelly ayotte costing you? kelly ayotte blocked lower cost generic drugs. you're paying high interest rates on college loans. ayotte voted against letting you refinance at lower rates. and you're paying higher bank fees while ayotte voted for special breaks to wall street executives. kelly ayotte. she's siding with corporate special interests and that's costing you.
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all right. the time is 9:24. the family of a 7 year-old, kaiser willis, who drowned a the a boston city camp over the the summer, held a community walk in his memory yesterday. it started tat curly community center where kaiser was last seen on july 26th. before he wandered off fr boston police called the boy's death an accidental grouping. but the medical examiner has yet to release a definitive cause of death. kaiser's family told us they still have not gotten answers >> we are k log for answers, better answers, better answers so that way me and my family can have closure to this because thenings as they have given us is just nothing. it is just like a brick wall. we are running into a brick wall. >> the family filed an open
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but they have not filed a lawsuit. >> this weekend, we are remembering the state's first casualty in the war in iraq. army specialist matthew goulet was honored with a special ceremony in dracut, his hometown. goulet was killed in action on april 2nd, 2003, wheps his black hawk helicopter was shot down. in all of those years to have a park named in his honor and yesterday that came true with the matthew >> still tracking pockets of heavy rain, we will show you where they are heading next and what futurecast is showing as far as rain for the rest of the day, updated straight ahead. >> >> we are following developing news as the second harvard sports team is accuse of the
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joanne: she's not fooling me. britt: kelly ayotte sides with the special interests. vivian: now, she's even playing politic games with medicare. vo: kelly ayotte voted to cut medicare and cost seniors up to $1,700 more for prescriptions... while protecting tax breaks for the wall street banks and big oil companies that fund her campaign. fred: kelly ayotte sold us out. britt: with kelly ayotte, it's all politics. joanne: she's not looking out for new hampshire anymore. vo: senate majority pac is responsible
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i so were you can hear these off air conversations we are having about the trials an tribulations of the end of daylight savings time. because it is over, and you are taking a live look outside at 9:30 this morning. it feels an hour later than it s. it feels like 10:30. >> [inaudible] >> it is only 9:30. >> during the commercial break, jason brewer and by talking the pros and cons. >> you have a little kids, and toddlers so you train them to full asleep at a certain time and then the light is different, at nighttime, it throws everyone out of whack. >> try explaining to a hodler -- right, try explaining to toddler let alone a four month old, which is what i have, with daylight savings time. jay on brewer is here and you would agree me it's all about the routine this. morning, kids will be a little thrown off by being lighter? >> that's right. and tomorrow, you know, we have to get back to school, back to
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time schedule, good luck, everybody. right now i'm watching some rain and improving conditions north shore. south shore, going to stay a bit cloudier and dreary. gloucester you just get ready to move out of the light showers. but, here around hull, over to plymouth, we are going to be socked in. this is very heavy rain, embedded snow pellets in there and this will be heading down over cape cod over the next hour or so. so, just keep it inside. not a good idea to be out traveling in that mess. we too cold. we will continue to watch showers make their way southward at noontime, most areas dry at noon. but look what is going on here through the sunset hours. still just off and on little showers chinning the the coastline from time to time. around the greater boston area keep the umbrella on standby, out to the west, we stay dryer and brighter and we have got some milder air to tech about, too. straight ahead. >> all right. jason, thank you so much. developing this morning, a fresh
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the men's cross-country team is now accused of making explicit comments about women in a document. >> this comes days after the men's soccer team was sidelines for similar allegations. fox 25's stephanie coueignoux is in cambridge this morning with a link between the soccer team scandal and the latest development. >> the latest allegations are similar to the ones the men's soccer team faced, according to the harvard crimson add a new article, the has do with them by their physical appearance. it is an issue that people here at harvard say is incredibly disappointing. these new allegations again are detailed in the crimson in an article updated just after midnight. it outlines that the captain of the cross-country team came forward to admit that the team has been making these spreadsheets for a number of years. he is quoted in this article saying he decided to go public because he didn't want harvard
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soccer team, quote, tried to hide their stuff. now, harvard canceled the remainder of the men's soccer team season after it came out that they made sexually exsplit sit spreadsheets about the women's soccer team. accord to the latest article, the cross-country captain e-mailed his team urging them to come forward with any sexually explicit reports they created in the past, and it also goes on to say that he actually shared one of the reports with their coach. now, we have reached out to ha this morning. but, when the allegations surrounding the men's songer team came to light, a spokesperson for the university said that they do not condone this behavior in any way. in cambridge, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> new this morning, one person is dead, five more hurt after this roll over crash in westport. this is video of the scene on i-195, taken early this morning. we have been working to try to get you more details on exactly
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we will continue to bring you updates as soon as they became available to us. >> investigators will be black back at the scene of a deadly fire in roxbury trying to figure out how the fire started. this story was breaking during our 9 a.m. show yesterday. and now we are getting a better look at the situation as firefighters are up against. but that house on george street. we know one man was killed in the fire. another had to be hospitalized. and the neighbor tells fox 25 that he ran over to help. after spotting a man running out of that burning home. >> he was his face was in black smoke and he was just -- his burned and as soon as they got him down to the sidewalk, a motorcycle cop came in and he peeled his clothes off and while we went and started rapping on the doors. >> firefighters tell us that house is a popular spot for squatters. there is no word yet on the name of the person who died or the condition of the man who was rushed to the hospital. >> all right. we are just two days away now,
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and both candidates are still eyeing support in all-important new hampshire. hillary clinton will be in manchester today, and donald trump is hot on her heels. he will be there tomorrow. this is as concern grows there could be a cyber attack targeting voters data bases homeland security officials say they don't think the k haars would be able to actually change any votes. but they are, quote, very concerned that hackers could get into the data bases. steal personal information, and attack state election web sites the biggest concern is a hack would make people question the integrity of votes especially since there has already been accusations during this campaign season of a rigged system. >> come i length day a boston-based rental car cane has a way to get to the polls. zip car is now offering up more than 7,000 vehicles for free on the election day and hundreds of cities across the country. total of 500 cities including boston are getting in on the offer, the free part though only
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not the other fees associated with the rental. remember, stick with fox 25 right now through election night. we have all the results of all the big races as they roll in tuesday. our special coverage begins with the 4 p.m. news cast and we will continue as the polls close throughout the night. >> time now 9:36. in an update now about the crash in seaconk, we have been telling you about. we are now learning a driver accused of trying to get away from police has died. we told you yesterday morning that friday night police tried to pull a man over for a instead. he side swiped another car before hitting a utility pole on arcade avenue. that 29 year-old from pawtucket, rhode island, was pulled from the wreckage but passed away at a hospital a short time later. his name has not been released. police are still investigating why that man tried to get away. >> this morning a man is facing animal cruelty charges for shooting his neighbor's dog. this happened in mason, new hampshire, just over the state line from town senld, massachusetts.
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police he shot the dog because it was running and barking at him and his young son but the owner said the dog was on his property at the time of the shooting. we are told the dog is now recovering this morning and score is due in court in january. >> a dorchester man is being charged with attempted murder for allegedly hitting a friend in the head with a baseball bat. it happened in pocasett early yesterday morning displmplet mark dudas is facing over charges (^) including operating under the infliewtion. police say he was drunk when he tried to scene. that victim has been hospitalized with serious injuries. police say the fight started when 2 victim made some sort of negative comment about due tas and his family. this morning construction continues along a portion of route 128. that detour still in effect in needham as crews pull down the old highland avenue bridge, coming up we will give you a timeline of when you can expect that work to wrap up. >> plus, a desperate plea for help in new jersey this morning as police investigate a deadly
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children killed in their house. details of the manhunt underway details of the manhunt underway this morning. massachusetts' newspapers rarely agree, but they do on question 2. they agree opponents have run a "campaign of misinformation" to spread "fear through white, affluent neighborhoods." they agree in the suburbs question 2 will have "no impact on their schools and their children." they agree it will provide vital "choices for urban parents" and help reduce "the achievement gap." question 2 is "a kid's civil right." join leading newspapers and governor baker in voting yes on 2. vo: ending funding for planned parenthood. taking away our right to choose. and governor baker restricting our health care choices.
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putting access to birth control and cancer screenings at risk. and she supports overturning roe v. wade. woman 1: kelly ayotte says she's for women. but it's just an act. woman 2: voters definitely cannot trust kelly ayotte. vo: senate majority pac is responsible
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time now is 9:41 and developing this morning, a manhunt is underway in new park, new jersey, for a man considered to be a person of interest in a deadly stabbing rampage. new this hour, this is our first look at the street where the all happened. this is some video into year-old boy and 23 year-old woman were all killed. another woman in a pair of 13 year-olds were also hurt. police say many of the victims are related. newark said they have to find the man who they think is involved in this who may be responsible. police rock looking for 26 year-old jeremy harrington at this point police haven't released any motives for the attack.
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a woman found chained in a storage container on a farm many south carolina. the man accused of taking her is a serial killer after police found the body of the woman's boyfriend and at least two other victims on that 100-acre farm. it all started thursday when police found kala brown chained up. months after she went missing. brown told police that she and her boyfriend went there looking for work. police say todd kohlhepp confessed to four murtds and may be involved the three other. investigators are combing the property looking for victims. >> some more local new, a local man is celebrating his first week of fatherhood months ahead of schedule. coming up the special role he
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when you're raised by a single mom, you learn how important it is to live within your means. i'm colin van ostern, and i took that lesson to my work in business, and it's how i'll stand up for you as governor. by cutting inefficient spending and using innovation to save tax dollars, we'll make new investments without a sales or income tax.
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ealth care, and lower college costs and cut student debt. as governor, i'll stand up for you. >> his wife was just over six months pregnant when she went into labor in the early hours of the morning it caught everyone
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>> no time for clothes or energy room, nothing. >> unijohn called 91, he knows just about everyone at the marboro police department, he teaches martial arts to the police department. when the officer picked up, he instantly recognized his voice. junior said he caught the baby so quickly, he caught the baby with his bare hands and the baby was blue, seemed rifleless. he used a piece of art to demonstrate the 2.12 baby was. >> it is this size, body a head. so i grab him and i didn't know what to do. i completely froze and nick, he was on the the phone saying do what i say, turn him on the side and rub his back. so i kind of went this way, nice and easy. when i did that, he move his hand so fast i couldn't believe it. >> it was a victory. >> oh my god, i felt like i won the lottery. >> little jonah was rushed to the hospital for special care. his information card is now a
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i was -- that baby is do sog good. >> junior knows he couldn't have done it without help. >> i thank god for everything. and then i thank the whole crew for everything. >> mom is still in the hospital, jonah will remain through the holidays. >> everything work out by january, i will say to police and the police department to shake everyone's hands to say thank you. >> jonah was taken off oxygen just yesterday. mom is again doing fine. she is so in love with him that she is already having another child. elizabeth hop kins fox 25 news. >> now your local forecast from meteorologist jason brewer and the the fox 25 storm trash weather team still tracking heavier showers on cape cod bay and likely some grofl in some of those as well, snow pellets like we saw yesterday, something to watch for. there is rockport, peabody drying out on the north shore. we won't see the last of the
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morning hours there. now, weymouth, brockton, martialfield, plymouth, keep the umbrella going here. we will be on the the damp side, we have light-to-moderate came coming through, snow pellets came down and we talked about mashpee getting rain and it's overhead, moving into falmouth shortly and look where the heavier showers are right over barnstable, once again coming down from cape cod bay. it is righter on the outer cape over to nantucket, but some of that heavier rain will likely move over to the through about 11 or 12:00. so there is noontime. still couple of showers popping up. heather just asking me what you think 3:00 in the afternoon at 30% chance if you live inest oohern mass you will get hit pi a shower and so this is up and downed the, pressway, up and down the i-95 corridor. if you live westward, brighter and dryer. so it is really a coast that will have the best chance with lower risk.
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hanging around on cape cod. temperatures in the 40s, not too cold, but not warming up. there are the high, 50-51 degrees, we get caught in the 40s despite the sun and into the worcester hills and then overnight tonight, look at these clear kai cons starting to pop up. guy skies clear, temperatures drop. we are down in the lower 30s as we start our monday in most spots, all the low 40s cape copd and islands will begin on monday. and then when the low 50s tomorrow amp if you reare di for milder be sunny skies and highs in the lower 60s. and then on wednesday, here comes the next front. there a slight chance of rain moving in from the west to the east that, doesn't look like it will be much. thursday looks dry and seasonable. friday into next weekend, still a long way out. we are getting signs of colder air, possibly even some showers or rain or snow that can be mixing in. we have more as we get more information, sara will be up with more, back to you. >> it is 9:19 right now.
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morning swirling at a prestigious university. a second sports team under i asked my dentist if an electric toothbrush was going to clean better than a manual... he said sure, but don't just get any one.
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ayotte voted against letting you refinance at lower rates. and you're paying higher bank fees while ayotte voted for special breaks to wall street executives. kelly ayotte. she's siding with corporate special interests and that's costing you.
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stearns with sports for sunday morning. patriots have the weekend off, they are back at it one week from tonight. as pete carroll and seattle come to foxboro to rematch of superbowl xlix. bruins in action at the forwarden last night and they jump on top of the rangers with a dwik hold for patrice bergeron, brad mar shawnd got it in but the rangers score 5 this one by derek stefan another by jimmy hayes brother kevin, backup goalie, andy, bruins lose, 5-2 jack ike and the sabers come monday night. yesterday in chestnut hill eagles fans didn't have much to cheer about. but they did see the favorite to win this year's heisman trophy, that will be the quarterback, lemar jackson. account for 7 touchdowns against b. c. three rushing and four passing. 52-7 louisville, put as whooping
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saturday in tallahassee against florida state. don't forgot to join us for sports wrap, we will discus what is next for the red sox and nfl week 9 without the patriots on the buy week and w. e. i. chris price join us in the studio to caulk to jamemy collins and former celtic dana borrow gives thoughts on this year's celtics and more. join us tonight at 11:30 for sunday night sports wrap, tom leyden has the night off so i will be in the big chair. we will see you then, until then, enjoy the rest of your >> will is a new scandal swirling this morning regarding harvard's sports teams an according to the school paper the crimson, the cross-country team is now admitting this morning to keeping a document containing lewd comments about the women. the report last week said the men's soccer season was called off amid similar accusation. fox 25 reached out to harvard about the latest report this weekend and we will let you knowz we hear back. >> demolition continues on the old highland avenue bridge over 128. there is a detour in place on
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get you through the area. the work is expected to wrap up around 3:00 this afternoon, seems to be going moreshootly than people anticipated but my family was up on 128, they didn't want to come visit me this weekend because they were worried about the detours. >> it wasn't bad. >> mom and dad, you can come visit, come see your grandson. >> enjoy sun, because the sunset with the time change is very early today. >> yeah, that's right. we are getting another glimmer of it out there, and here is the fox 25 studios, the farthest we're west you go the brighter it will be. still hit with a shower today right now at the the cape and the islands that are going to be seeing the most rain over the the next couple hours. tomorrow, we are drying out, left over cloud at the coast, tuesday is sunny and milder, 61 degrees and it looks good for the seven-day forecast. next weekend, they get colder and we have more on thatz a we get closer. >> we have sun in the forecast, but it is getting dark early tonight. >> 4:30. yeah. it will feel really, you know -- >> get out and enjoy the day
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