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11:00. >> six arrests made after a celebrity meet and greet turns into kayos. the officers responding say they had bricks and glass thrown at them. good evening everyone i'm mark ockerbloom. >> and i'm vanessa welch. fox 25's john monahan live outside the cambridge galleria. since this story first broke you ontoed a lot of cell phone video of the incident? >> reporter: that's right, vanessa. fox 25 viewers who were inside shared their video with our station tonight. police say more than 1,000 event and those same viewers captured the chaos as the crowd turned violent. >> then after that, just all hell broke loose. >> reporter: mayhem inside the mall. captured by fox 25 viewers. chaos as crushing crowds at the cambridge side galleria surged forward hoping to see rapper designer and the celtics newest draft pick jalen brown at an event on
mall the security initially tried to control the crowd of more than 1,000 but things quickly got out of hand. >> my shoes and my body got trampled over, too. it's ridiculous. i had to hold onto my little brother to make sure he was okay. >> reporter: police from cambridge, boston, the state police, local colleges and towns responded in force flooding streets by the mall with blue lights and even k-9s to control the mob inside. just ran out and flipped over stuff like that. >> reporter: police say they were assaulted with glass and bricks. so they used mace to disperse the clouds. >> we were literally 10 feet away it was crazy. >> once outside people gathered again but by then police had enough. >> people had basically made their way down and they just they decided to like squat there and the police made a wall and started moving
all juveniles. four males and with two females. live in cambridge tonight, john monahan, fox 25 news. let's take a live look now at grand rapids michigan where donald trump is about to hold his last campaign rally. fox 25 has team coverage of the race for the white house on this election eve. blair miller starts us off in new york where trump's camp will be closely watching those polls all >> reporter: vanessa, i got toil they are beaming with confidence inside the campaign headquarters. i spent some time with campaign aides inside trump tower they told me they are checking the polls almost constantly and so far they very much like what they see. today inside trump tower up on the 14th floor the campaign is closely watching the polling and early voting numbers. senior trump advisor boris epstein telling me they believe they'll win key
line inside campaign headquarters confidence couldn't be higher that trump will reach the needed 270 electoral votes. >> how close is it going to be? >> i'm not thinking about that. >> reporter: but trump's campaign suggests otherwise with a grueling with swing across five states from florida this morning up to north carolina to pennsylvania. then to manchester, new hampshire. and now, to michigan for one last late night pitch. >> the only force strong enough to save you our country is us. >> reporter: also the trump campaign aired this two minute long video in prime time. a somber trump voiceover with where he takes aim at what he calls the political establishment. >> we will take back this country for you. >> reporter: one final push sticking to his message and hisns> reporter: as for tomorrow there's actually little on
rally is over in michigan he will fly right back here to new york city get some rest and it then vote first thing in the morning here in new york city then watch the results just like everyone else he will be having a watch party about four blocks from where we are tonight. live in new york city, blair miller, fox 25 news. >> donald trump is holding his final campaign rally right now in the battleground state of michigan. this is the rocker himsel both candidates will watch the numbers come as blair mentioned from new york. fox 25's kerry kavanaugh continues our team coverage now live from the empire state and kerry, hillary clinton's camp told you there's already reason to be excited? >> reporter: they are confident as well, they say they are very pleased with early voter turnout. they want to continue that momentum straight on into tuesday. they say they have an army at work and expected one
tuesday. >> our core values are being tested in this election. >> reporter: in her final message toet voluntariers hillary clinton is taking a noticeably softer tone. >> i believe in our people. i love this country. >> reporter: it's a message she hopes will carry her to victory as she greets supporters at her election party here in manhattan at the javitz center tuesday night. >> what are we ending on in the last 24 here? >> that we're an america that's stronger together. in play did you expect it to be such a battleground area this late in the game. >> absolutely. new hampshire has always been a battleground state it's always been very high on you our maps. >> reporter: macintosh says they will focus on states like new hampshire, is there any concern that these states can flip out of what has been in the bluegrass. the hillary clinton campaign is following a really disciplined strategy. it's about turning out the vote on election day for states where we have to
stops in michigan, pennsylvania and a late night stop in north carolina. i askedded if f.b.i.'s decision not to reopen the clinton e-mail investigation gave the campaign a last minute boost? the campaign is staying on message. >> we're certainly glad that the f.b.i. put it to rest it's ashame that america had to be confused for the last week while that happened but we have a strong message about building an economy for everybody not just those at the top. >> reporter: clinton campaign stop expected to begin here within the hour in raleigh, north carolina. tomorrow, she'll be voting here in new york in the town of chappaqua that's in west, county. live in midtown, manhattan, -- in westchester, county. at 10:00 you heard him say bill belichick wrote him a letter and he also said this about tom brady. >> tom brady
great guy. he called today and he said donald, i support you, you're my friend, and i voted for you. >> several reports came out shortly after saying brady told the chris and calahan show something different. here's that clip from weei's website. >> did you take advantage of your bye week as many people around the state did to vote arm? as many people did i think for what 25% in massachusetts? people are you one of those people? >> no, i haven't voted yet, so i'm going to. >> i don't know if it's today or tomorrow. >> there was no early voting in the state today so brady has not voted the earliest he can do it do so is tomorrow. our election covers with live images from trump's final comments to new hampshire voters tonight. and the collective message we got from voters at today's president obama rally at the university of new hampshire.
out of georgetown where a police officer working a road detail is hit by a car. the officer was setting up a lane closure on 95 when a car slammed into his cruiser. that officer has been released from the hospital. the driver of the car suffered minor injuries. no word on any charges. well, the weather will be no excuse not to get out and vote tomorrow. it will be mild and sunny. chief meteorologist kevin lemanowicz some spots are expected to top out in the 60s but i know will go with this. >> it will start out. >> tonight it's cold out there for sure. still temperatures in the 20s in the suburbs already while boston still at 42?. but you don't have to go far from boston to find some cold temperatures. carlyle is 20 look at woburn and reading. 31? and 29 respectively out there toward carlyle temperatures in the 30s generally around lowell. to west into worcester county fitchburg 29 north borough at 29. to the southwest of boston
31 plainville 30. medway and franklin both 29?. yes a cold start. i'll show you the rebound when some rain arrives as well. happening tomorrow, lawyers for dzhokhar tsarnaev will be fighting for his appeal in federal court. philipos was convicted of lying during the -- we have learned philipos himself will likely not be in court tomorrow. we'll let you know what happens. york real estate heir accused of murder waived his rights in court today to say he's not guilty. robert burst was arraigned in los angeles. he was in a wheelchair wearing a neck brace he's accused of killing his friend just before criticisms eve in 2000. listen to what he told the judge -- christmas eve in 2000. >> listen to what he told the judge. >> your honor, i am willing to wave my rights i do want
guilty i did not kill susan berman. >> this is not duvt's first run-in with the law. -- durst's first run-in with the law. a bank robber is on the run tonight this man passed a night on cambridge street this afternoon. he ran away after the teller gave him cash he did not show a weapon. a state police k-9 unit was not able to track him down. a man is being held on bail tonight. 27-year-old keith herring pleaded not guilty. prosecutors say herring shot and killed gary did you have during an armed robbery on ferry street sunday. police say the shooting was an isolated incident and the public is not at risk. billerica man accused of hitting and dragging a police officer with his van was also in court today. eric oblennis was ordered held without bail and will be back in court on thursday. police say he appeared to be
officer as he tried to get away. that officer is expected to make a full recovery. election day will have cold temperatures and a nice rebound but what it will not have is rainshowers. those will wait another day. a timeline on when you can expect those to arrive. >> this is not a scene from a movie putting a wife to work is a very dangerous
when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either. alright, good. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. ?? why do banks treat you and your money like this? they nickel and dime you with fees and minimum
exclusively from a woman accused of killing her cat. new at 11:00 the reason we haven't been able to talk with
the neighbor she says is responsible. be fox 25's malini basu live for us in weymouth. malini, that's because the neighbors moved out after this happened? >>. >> reporter: that we're being told. investigators have the story completely wrong she says she would never ever harm pumpkin. pumpkin is the kinnon's
pool of blood and noticed it was her cat. >> reporter: fox 25 got this video of pumpkin from the kitten's owner. pumpkin was a loving three pound kitten who is dead. the story that's out there they're saying you killed her. >> yeah, that's insane. that's so wrong. i did not, and i could not, and i knew of anybody who did do that i would be on top of them. >> reporter: weymouth police say pumpkin on friday night. this is completely wrong. >> it wasn't in a drunken rage. >> i had a reason for being crazy and mad not at the cat it was because of the cat that i flipped out from by what saw. >> reporter: weymouth officers were called to the saunders street home after a disturbance. police say campbell was throwing things on her neighbor's car. campbell told us she flipped out claiming her neighbor
mistake. >> reporter: billy was with his girlfriend when this happened. >> accidents do happen all he had to do is explain to us that he ran our kitten over. >> reporter: way mouth police say i observed a small kitten with what appeared to be a broken neck with blood spatted out of its head and neck area. the kitten appeared to have been stomped and flattened by someone the socks were covered in blood with the splatter of blood on campbell's legs it confirmed that the cat was stomped by campbell. wrong. that's insane i can't believe people can even believe that i would do that. >> reporter: campbell was arrested and is now charged with animal cruelty. >> i love him so much i have tattoos of animals. >> reporter: campbell goes on to say that she as you hear is a good person. she says that she's devastated. once again as we told you earlier the neighbor moved out so we couldn't get a comment from them.
fox 25 news. last week fox 25 reporter on a suffolk student wrote a blog about racism. in response about 100 of her classmates walked out of class this afternoon and she came up with a list of demands they will present to administrators. >> when things get reported nothing gets done. we need to change the >> last week suffolk told fox 25 it's redoubling its efforts to create a more inclusive environment. the nation's first ever attorney general has died. janet reno passed away this morning from complications of parkinson's disease. renoed battled the disease for 20 years and served bill
28 in norwood, 29 in bedford. you go to places like roslindale and j.p. you are down into the 30s now under these clear skies. winds have died down from what they were earlier today. they certainly have died down to near call in many most places. what i'm watching is this front to the west that's producing some showers in the midwest but also some heavy rain on the southern frank of this front. it's an area of low pressure that's drawing gulf moisture up into new orleans that's where there has flooding rains. this is the area where we have to watch tomorrow. this is the rain that's coming on shore you see some of the brighter reds and yellows can be heavier. by noon time there can be some showers. eastward through closing time of the polls tomorrow evening. notice no issues back here going to be fine even to the pacific northwest. so if you are going to hear of any weather-reeled issues it will be in the corridor. certainly not here in the northeast but that front is
day after low tevs in the 20s and 30s overnight you will get up to vote mostly in the 30s. so we'll average about 60? tomorrow afternoon. but you will see in some of these spots scituate gets into the 60s. well above average. 50s on cape cod near the cooler ocean waters. up here you can expect temperatures to get into low 60s to mid-60s. methuen 63? amesbury getting to 60? tomorrow afternoon. bottom line no weather issues here. fast forward into wednesday when the weather problems can arrive. now that's when the clouds get here and then some showers along the same front that's going through the midwest tomorrow. these will be scearpd showers. the more confident i am it's just going to be scattered showers that come on through. it will be a storm that will form along the front and
activity but it's also going to intensify too far offshore. so clearing skies will continue wednesday night and the threat of showers is really diminished for thursday morning. you will see in the seven day forecast here we'll see how the front is moving tomorrow. but the bottom line is even if any showers were hanging around thursday morning they would just be on cape cod. then there's veterans day. some showers in the afternoon sure, bigger story will be what happens this weekend. the week is always in view this is not a really good view if you like warm weather. 42? on saturday. but we're starting in the 30s barely rising during the day. many towns will stay in the upper 30s. right near 8:30 sunday evening. >> king, thank you.
let animal on board to capture a snake. this is video that a passenger captured on the two you hour trip across mexico. another passenger wrote on facebook he and another person caught that cape using a blanket and some magazines before those crews arrived. i imagine all the women on that plane were screaming. >> and a few guys, too. i would be. two manchester police hardy and o'connor were shot in the line of duty while trying to make an arrest last may. during the ceremony we learned how another officer bravely jumped in to the battle. >> officer mcguy pretty much threw him on top of after matt went down. >> i had to tell him everything was going to be okay when i didn't know it
>> the officers harty and o'connor are now happy to report back on full duty. boston william evans completed the marathon. it marked his 51st marathon. although he was proud of his accomplishment he said the credit should all go to the observes who stood guard along the route. just one short of a full deck, it's official rick porcello is in the race for the american league cy young awd. not a finalist.
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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. but it's just an act. woman 2: voters definitely cannot trust kelly ayotte.
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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? my focus has always been on creating opportunity for 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. winningest coach in bruins history. >> another win tonight.
keeps on setting the bar a little bit higher for whoever follows him some day. tuukka rask will bounce back from his first loss of the season. buffalo was in town all the other teams in the atlantic really bunched together so a good chance to create a little separation tonight. claude julien sitting on 399 as bruins head coach pick it up scoreless in the expected. boston just peppering the net with pressure. ultimately it's matt able to slam it home and they never looked back from there. a few minutes later bs on check it out. >> david krejci, yes, sir, 2-0. tuukka has been spectacular. getting the breakaway chance but tuukka, fend him off 32 saves tones a shutout win for boston. david pasternak padding the stat sheet boston takes it by a 4-0 final.
competing for the trophy. rick porcello a finchlist -- finalist for the cy young award winner. career best by car. cory klubber and justin verlander also finalists. i think it's ridiculous that zach britain isn't even a finalist. he was lights out all season. light outs. unbelievable he's not on the list. tory introduced in arizona as the new manager of the diamondbacks. the move to phoenix. his first opportunity to manage full-time he was sure to thank his baddy for all the assistance getting to this point. >> i also want to say a quick thank you to john farrell who's a friend and mentor to me. along the way, you know we walked through some very difficult times. he was the guy that took a chance on me, that gave me my first opportunity and basically, helped me sit down in this seat today.
best. trouble for the celtics al horford still not out of the woods with his concussion he has made no progress in the concussion protocol. with special day at joint base cape cod workers from the base had a chance to play flag football with a couple of patriots. long snapper joe cardonas still active in the united states navy he was among the player at joint base today. >> i knew it would be competitive out here. that's just the fine threat i fully expected that. so i had a blast running around with these guys. >> as we approach veterans day it's always nice to say thank you to all those guys. i'm sure it was a big thrill. that's a look at sports. i'm tom leyden. >> tom. well, the final election of election eve are upon us right now donald trump in grand rapids michigan are being serenaded by ted nugent keep you awake. the republican candidate they're waiting for on
hillary clinton will take the stage in the
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11:30. >> we are now just 30 minutes away from election day. dixville notch will be lit up and ready to go. hi everybody i'm mark ockerbloom. >> and i'm vanessa welch. the race for the white house is our top story tonight. hillary clinton leading the national pack released by fox news. clinton has 48% followed by donald trump's 44%. the margin of error is 2.50%. that could make a big difference in such a tight race. >> live look now at gr you this a few times now ted nugent on stage donald trump's final and final stop is here now on the campaign trail. he travel more than 2400 miles today alone. >> less than three hours ago trump spoke in manchester. fox 25's christine mccarthy was there. >> reporter: event has wrapped up everyone has gone home for the night but this