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another wet morning commute anhow rain showers will play into the weekend and current track of joaquin. >> a campus in mourning following a deadly rampage at an oregon community college. what we have learned about the gunman including the warning signs posted online before the shooting. >> the search continues this morning for two missing roommates police say could be in danger and timeline of events and evidence police are now viewing. this is the fox25 morning news. good morning, everybody, 7:00 on friday morning, october the second, thank you for spending time with us, we hope your morning is off to a great
start, i'm gene lavanchy. >> i'm sara underwood. rain to start the weekend but we do have some good news about the hurricane. meteorologist shiri spear tracking our local forecast and joaquin. >> yeah, that's right, and huge changes if you haven't seen the update since yesterday at this time, listen up, hurricane
at the central bahamas and huge changes the next 24 hours and expected as 5:00 a.m. track which is the newest to go about 200 miles offshore from nantucket so that would keep it out to sea. i will have more on that coming up today more rain and more for the cape and islands and southeastern massachusetts is where i have the showers hovering right now. notice boston dry through about 9:00 a.m. and then by lunchtime we have actually got the showers getting up to about the mass pike, temperatures barely move at all, dress for upper 40s now and low to mid-50s for the afternoon. that's it. 5:00 p.m. your drive home from work involves some very
patchy showers north of the mass pike even up into new hampshire and still the steady rain in southeastern massachusetts where we get some of the worst of the winds, 52 to 58, cool and wet with 50 miles per hour gusts for the cape and islands and more on the latest track for hurricane joaquin in a couple of minutes
by with live drive time traffic. what's going on right now? >> starts with this one and going westbound and weston near the state police barracks and there's an accident there and backing up clear nine and see actually backup going in the other direction, not going westbound but it is causing that and keep that in mind and 290 going westbound, a rollover overnight and mass dot tweeting right lane there going to be closed for the morning commute and going to keep an eye on that spot and 93 going northbound there's a lane blocked there before commerce way, this is in woburn, that's due to an accident and i wanted to zoom in down here, here it is, just got put on the map, this is 24 in raynham and actually a vehicle fire on the southbound ramp there. so keep that in mind i will keep an eye there for some delays as well and wanted to give you live look and camera on the prey and you could see very typical volume for this hour giving look at drive times now on the pike it is going to take you 13
minutes route 9 and you're jammed 19 minutes and route 1 to the weston tolls a 33 minute right. sara, to you. evan o'neal couraging news involving hurricane joaquin with new details pushing storm further east and eastern section of the bahamas which is sparsely populated the new path also means we will miss the worst of the storm right here in new england. you can follow joaquin's path to see if anything changes with the fox25 weather app and the next advisory is at 8:00 a.m. and our team of meteorologists will be watching the storm as it loses steam all weekend. >> incredible outpouring of grief after a gunman kills nine oregon. we have been following the breaking news since it first broke yesterday when shots rang out around 10:30 in the morning and this morning learning more about what happened on the campus. fox25 daniel miller is here with details now that some of the singled out. >> that's right, gene, good
morning, we are getting more details after the shooting at small community college in oregon. right now ten people are dead including the shooter. seven others wounded and three of them are in critical condition in this hour and identified as 26-year-old christopher harper mercy. he was from the area and died following the shootout with police and authorities also recovered three pistols and rifle from the scene and father of one of the people injured he is providing new insight into his motive. >> man had enough time, i don't know how much time elapsed he was able to stand there and start asking people one-by-one what their religion was. are you a christian he would ask them and if you're a christian stand up and they had stand up and he said good because you're a christian you're going to see god in just about one second and then shot and killed them. >> the details right before his daughter went into surgery last night as 18-year-old daughter
expected to survive. he told television crew on the scene that she played dead when the shooter walked around the room. one law enforcement says the shooter was heavily armed and prolonged gun fight for police and crews from the sister station on the street right now in roseburg and checking in with them as new details come in this morning. newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 news. gun control will be a major topic for lawmakers once again because of this shooting. a frustrated president obama addressed the nation on what was his fifteenth statement on a mass shooting since taking office. >> but we are not the only country on earth that has people with mental illnesses or want to do harm to other people. we are the only advanced country on earth that sees these kind of mass shootings every few months.
>> president referenced shootings newtown, connecticut and called for tougher gun control laws and getting strong reaction this morning from local gun rights groups. >> i think it was a tragedy today that so many people lost their lives and it really is heartbreaking but before we get in knee jerk reaction to start calling for more legislation at least understand what happened, what the motivation was. >> gun rights advocates argue that the laws are strict enough and problem is actually enforcement. and stay with fox25 and myfoxboston.com for continuing coverage of the college shooting in oregon. we expect to learn so much more today about the victims and why this happened. any news conferences that happened while we were on the air we will bring them to you. 7:06, pair of roommates in new hampshire vanished more than a week ago and this morning police getting worried and fox25
outside the manchester police department with new clues that have this case called suspicious. >> gene, one of the biggest clues car park blocks away from where the roommate lived and behind the gate and car actually owned by one of the roommates. family and friends are heart sick after suing hutchinson disappeared september 20th. >> we miss her. she is listening and needs to get back home. >> one day later her roommate steven bishop also disappeared. day after that his car was found parked blocks away from the manchester home. police have now taken that car, this 1992 buick century into evidence and searching for another car owned 2055 silver bmw with the atlantis plate
number 380-6038. police say he was last seen driving the car spotted outside the game stop in bedford, new hampshire. >> an investigation to say that foul play was involved but certainly wouldn't be ruled out at this point in time. >> family and friends say andrade used to date hutchinson's daughter. when the two broke up he moved in with hutchinson and his former partner dent want to go on camera but he has many questions. >> worried. he was living there. where is he? >> and police are asking anyone with anyone information to give them a call. we, of course, will stay on top of this story and pass along any updates. meantime we posted the photos of both roommates as well as the information about that silver bmw on the website at myfoxboston.com. in manchester, new hampshire, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. new this morning a judge is being asked to throw out key piece of evidence against a
cecil lee is accused of killing well-known owner of restaurant in 2011. his attorney wants a baseball cap found at the crime scene excluded from evidence. the defense claims crime lab employee that handled the cap failed two different proficiency tests. the cap reportedly contains dna from lee. new this morning building struck by car overnight in lowell and happened at merrimac and prescott streets around 2:00 this morning. according to photographer at the scene the building appeared to be vehiclant and unclear if anyone was injured in the crash and inspectors are due at the scene later this morning. for the second time this year suffolk county resident has died from west nile virus. latest victim a woman in her 90s. the department says it is the sixth human case of mosquito borne illness in massachusetts and despite the cooler temperatures it is still peak season for the infection. six students at lowell high school suspended after racially charged messages turned up
online. more than a dozen students were involved. the lowell sun reports this all happened tuesday after an african-american student was elected class president. that student telling the sun that someone even mentioned lynching and claimed to have been joking and school official are still investigating. this morning a worcester man has died days after being hit by suspected drunk driver. 46-year-old george verdict was removed from life support yesterday. verdictic was hurt and sister killed after being struck by a car last saturday. daniel depew facing multiple charges including injury causing death and in court later this month. a wenham family holding a charity fundraiser to raise money for epilepsy. relatives of the trustee family are hosting this event. in july joseph trustee and
when private plane crashed in milwaukee. 9-month earlier the son died from epilepsy. today relatives will be selling pumpkins that are painted purple for the epilepsy foundation. >> and peace garden will be dedicated to boston marathon bombing victim crystal campbell in just a few weeks. the garden will be located in front of medford senior center on riverside avenue. it is just one block from where campbell lived. the garden will also honor all the victims of the bombing. sidewalk surrounding the garden will include images associated with the boston marathon route and dedicated scheduled for the eighteenth. dangerous import from mexico and man accused from bringing it into massachusetts. >> scary sight designed to make your next flight a safe one. checking traffic and weather every ten minutes, drive times on the pike it is going to take you 14 minutes on 93 from the
i will show you the stronger study showers and southward and sharon just starting to get another blip of rain moving toward you right now. starting to see some gather right now and on top of the one of the parking garages and down on the tarmac and look out there there are a couple of them with the lights on starting to gather for the drill that starts in just about an hour from now. mass pike tells us this is going to be an emergency response drill with a plane crash scenario and they have been doing drills like this one all week long at logan airport and video you're seeing right now from the last time they did the year. the faa requires these tests to
people should expect to see smoke and flames from the airport as well as number of emergency vehicles on the tarmac but want to get the word out about this so people not alarmed when they see this later on this morning. drill starts at 8:30 this morning and as it starts bring that to you live in hour and 15 minutes from now. live at logan airport, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. developing this morning the taliban using twitter to claim it shot down a u.s. cargo plane near the afghanistan pakistani border and right now officials tell the associated press there's no evidence of hostile fire. this happening overnight at jalalabad airport, 11 people, all u.s. service members and contractors were killed when the c130 plane went down, the crash still being investigated. happening today more high level meetings over the battle against isis terrorist in syria and leaders of france in russia
targeting islamic state forces but u.s. official say the strikes have hit antigovernment rebels. russian dictators -- russia should say supports syrian dictateor bashir al-assad and france says focus in syria needs to be on islamic state fighters. investigators now say a ohio corrections officer lied about being served. she said it was because of her job. however, the don't sheriff investigated and surveillance video from the store proved that nothing wrong happened and this week the sheriff went to the store, apologized to the owners and posed for a picture of them. >> look at live drive time traffic now, incidents popping up on the roads, we will start here new last update and 24 in raynham and entry ramp there and southbound one blocked because of the vehicle fire and it is
affecting exits 13a and b and you can see some delays already around that spot. moving a little bit west now, this is an accident in weston and route 9 here, this is what that's affecting and i wanted to move over this way as well and 93 going north, lane blocked there near commerce way in woburn because of an accident and also the mbta has some delays. some on the red line because of a switch problem and also these on the orange line because of a those two locations. so you want to keep that in mind if you're heading out on the trains today here is look at tobin bridge, typical volume this hour and drive times as well and pike jammed up there, going to take you 22 minutes from 495 to speen street on the pike from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel, 15 minutes and on 93 from the braintree split to the pike you're also jammed up, it is going to be a 30 minute ride from you and send over to shiri now because i know you have been very busy tracking joaquin all morning.
information but at this point we are 45 minutes away from brand-new information and often times it comes down right before the advisory time which is at 8:00 a.m. and this is 5:00 a.m. advisory 130 miles per hour has joaquin still as major hurricane, cat four, barely moving here just sitting over the central bahamas and going to be a problem there and major hurricane by early sunday and early next week and losing stream as continues track and now offshore from us this is a huge change since yesterday morning at this time and change happened last night and 200 miles offshore from us but still somewhat serious storm. i mean 75 miles per hour winds big storm and kick up big waves locally and waves look like the
going to get and estimate where storm will go and like to see the spread less than 200 miles here and a lot of that close in and a lot more agreement here over the weekend and hone in exactly where the track will go but so far so good, that is a major improvement for us here, coastal flood advisory again for splashover and goes to the cape and nantucket and wind gusting as high as 50 miles per hour later today, plus that's where you're going to find wet travel this morning, southeastern massachusetts, through noon time though the rain does sneak back up into boston and we got patchy showers as you head home from work along north of the mass pike, southeastern massachusetts still the wet spot and see a lot more rain totals coming out of spots like the cape and islands, southcoast today and temperatures for all of us will get stuck in the 50s here over the weekend another wet and breezy day tomorrow but the further north and west you go into southern new hampshire, worcester, orange here, better
chance that you would get possibly a couple breaks in the clouds but also more break in the wet weather and this is a snapshot of tomorrow and you can see lots of these on and off light to moderate showers, breaks in between the showers, yes, and then the wind start to die down as we head into the weekend. still having to watch the coast for cloudy drizzly and hopes see the clouds break up monday into tuesday i will warm us up back into the 60s we go and mostly joaquin and forecast track but wednesday into thursday warmer dryer air and sunshine back by that time and highs near 70. back to you guys. >> bill cosby's case that is now in the hands of prosecutors. >> learning new details about the gunman in the oregon college shooting.
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6:00 event at the convention center and both are free and open to the public for bernie sanders. former secretary of state hillary clinton sat down with boston mayor marty walsh and attorney general maura healey for community forum on substance abuse and former secretary made it clear dealing with substance abuse and addiction is priority. controversial bill to fight drug overdose deaths uman -- unanimously to screen kids if they are at risk of substance abuse and why they have addictive pain killers and move to the statehouse for final approval. local drug lord with ties to streets.
federal prosecutors arrested 25 people as part of large scale heroin network and investigators say dead win crews rivera was the kingpin of the drug reign and accused of importing pentanol from mexico, mixing with heroin and selling it across southeastern massachusetts and mixture increases potency of heroin making it more deadly. >> we have been unable to get him in the past and tried many times. >> taunton has been hit hard by officials say there have been more than 150 overdosed deaths this year in that city alone. teamsters accused of extodaying a reality tv show in boston and now the city is linked to the scandal. next the famous prosecutor mayor walsh has tapped into the city. >> showers friday and saturday and start to improve over the weekend and go over the weekend
shooting at college cap pus and coming in just minutes the warning scenes uncovered online. welcome back, everyone, it is friday october 2nd and thank you for joining us, i'm sara underwood. >> i'm gene lavanchy. rain out there this morning and catherine parrotta will tell us how affecting friday morning commute and nothing like downpours had on wednesday and when the showers will finally work the way through and let up. >> i have to tell you these spots right here, cape and islands, we could end up with over inch of rain there when we tally it all together by the end of the day and light to moderate showers and pretty steady up to duxbury and see another blast of light rain near foxborough extending back through franklin with touch of drizzle and clouds this boston at 50 , methuen at 48 and 45 in worcester, at any rate in londonderry, new hampshire and a little bit cool today without much promise of warm-up, so at noon time 53,
still got the heaviest steadiest rain over southeastern massachusetts and stays somewhat damp into the afternoon and a lot less rain and a little more winds gusting 30 to 50 miles per night plans as well and got another coastal flood advisory from one to 5:00 p.m. today for some minor coastal flooding and splashover and going to take you in couple minutes and, of course, going to have the latest breakdown of new track of tropical storm -- major over to catherine parrotta with live drive time traffic. catherine, what do you have? >> right now 93 is jammed from north as trying to get into the city and also from the south as you're working toward boston and couple incidents to talk about too and vehicle fire that was on 24 this is in raynham, there was an entry ramp that was blocked there and because of that things delayed either side of that and
incident itself has been cleared and accident there and 18 miles per hour and then over here mbta here some delays to talk about between malden station and wellington and here are drive times for you 249 minutes on route 9, jammed up 18 minutes on 93 and looking at eight minute ride. for now over to you, gene. >> catherine, thank you. encouraging news involving hurricane joaquin this morning as sure just told -- shiri just told us storm pushing further east taking hard right hitting eastern section of the bahamas right now and area sparsely populated and path will mean it will miss the worst of the storm in new england and follow joaquin's path to see if it changes at all and google play and itunes and we will be watching the storm as it houses steam all weekend. >> we continue to follow breaking news out of orer where gunman entered a college
classroom and opened fire on the students killing nine people. fox25 daniel miller following new developments overnight and you got new details right now, daniel, about what authorities have found in that gunman's apartment this morning. >> that's right, sara, national news outlet said overnight authorities located number of firearms in the gunman's apartment and wouldn't elaborate how many but said details would be released in next news conference. as for what happened at first day of classes, small community college the witness accounts are just horrifying. ten people are dead including the shooter. seven others wounded and three of them in critical condition this morning and gunman has been identified as christopher harper mercer he died followed a shootout with police. one student describes what she heard and witnessed.
and look on her face it was horrifying and needed to get out. >> one law enforcement says heavily armed with ammunition and body armor and enough to be up against police. new this morning federal agents looking into online posts which may have warned of yesterday's shooting. the new york times says the post appeared on message board and learning the suspect, chris mercer, had online presence which showed interest in mass shootings and public records show e-mail account in his name is linked to file sharing account and earlier this week
massacre on sandy hook elementary school. joel olsen was in roseburg at the time of the shooting and shortly after spoke with fox 25 about the tragedy. >> when something like this happens it strikes to the very heart of community. we as nation have to come to some sort of balance and public safety. >> olsen told us he was heartbroken and could not believe the news when it scrolled across the bottom of tv screen and stay with, for 25 and continuing coverage of the college shooting in oregon and any news conferences happen while we were on the air we will bring them to you. >> new details about the fire, local winely since this happened the owners disputed the fire department's response time and overnight fox25 obtained the
michael henrich has more with what he found. >> call log what the owner of the winery says all along and fire department response was delayed. >> vindication but bittersweet. nationan benjamin reacting to the call logs confirming what he always described as delayed response to the burning winery building at charlton forms in early august and call logs show 21 minutes past between the first 911 call and the arrival of the first engine with five firefighters aboard. >> we stood there 40 minutes watching 15 years of life's work be destroyed. >> went to fire hydrant nearly 2 miles away instead of one a
quarter mile away and with total loss they believe the orchard caused too causing business to muppet too 70% in august and 50% in september. >> wants the department to invest in equipment in the future and what's more the fire marshal continues this fire arson and continues to seven for whoever caused this pain. >> eventually be found and have to answer for what you did. >> there's a $5,000 reward. i reached out to the fire department for its response to this latest information with the call as soon as i hear back. of course, well hear -- include any response the fire department has to offer and now this week received the appropriate permits to clear the rubble and they will start demolition process
next week. live in charlton, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> the suffolk county d.a. says dna evidence led to a major break in a decade old cold case. in 1992 lana bruce was murdered in south boston department by intrudeer and aneponset circled indictment already in custody and another case that cracked bruce's murder. >> dna evidence that identify to the exclusion of any other suspect. >> already in jail for other charge and arraigned on first-degree murder charge in death. 7:38 new this morning the neighbor of boston hiring a former federal prosecutor with his own administration and report the prosecutor is from
the whitey bulger case and will investigate the alleged links between city hall and local union members charged in extortion scheme. as we reported on wednesday members of teamster's local 25 were charged with intimidating producers of "top chef" when the show filmed in boston last year and indictment says unnamed law administration employee called local businesses and said the union would picket them if they have any involvement with "top chef" and mayor walsh does not know who called businesses. more details now on allegations now against the union. herald reports three of the teamsters facing charge working on movie black mass as they allegedly harassed producers of "top chef" and video puts suspect at restaurant in milton where the show was filming. court documents federal agent
says all three were scheduled. army vet bruce beck of plainful and charged with threatening a coworker with disabled training line and police say he brought mine to work and confronted with the day before and just because it was inactive bomb doesn't make it less a crime. >> this is even worse. >> police at beck's coworker told them often reported for work angry and paranoid and victim himself of workplace harassment by coworkers at adams mansion. >> 7:40, birthday, social security numbers all in the hands of hackers and how background check exposed thousands to identity theft. it is an item most of us carry every single day from the moment we get up from the moment
next the one thing the va told our veterans not to bring to an appointment and they would be denied care. >> 495 in andover to the zakim bridge and take you 39 minutes, 33 miles per hour looks like smooth sailing but you get medford. shiri? >> i got waves five to 11 feet for the cape and islands with another coastal flood advisory
>> pair of dcf workers leave after state review found agency failures led to the death of a little girl in foster care and that report also fining that two-year-old avalena conway suffered heat stroke and struggling against the car seat restraints. in august avalena and another toddler found unresponsive in auburn home run by kimberly malpass and doctor says all of this adds up to negative. -- neglect and blazant lack of oversight by dcf staff. >> case of auburn foster home shouldn't have been a foster home and if you actually followed the practice standards and policies that were in place it wouldn't have ever gotten licensed. >> right now no one has been charged in the case and avalena official cause of dealing has not been released.
social workers failed to protect toddler by the mother. department of children youth and families did not cooperate with investigators looking into the death of sadie willet and 21-month-old found unconscious in home on september 5th and mother was arrested last week and new hampshire attorney general's office reviewing all recent deaths of children in the state. this morning prosecutors in los angeles are going over evidence for criminal case against bill cosby. district attorney says his offices reviewing an investigation into a model's accusations that cosby drugged and sexually assaulted her at the playboy mansion back in august of 2008. police turned over the evidence wednesday but no timetable for if or when charges will be filed cosby's lawyer has denied the claims. investigators in california now searching for the person fire to planned parenthood office. someone smashed window before
setting fire and happened in the los angeles suburb of 1,000 oaks and put out the fire before it could spread too far and there was damage to the building and not threats made in the office before the fire. new controversy this morning for the department of veterans they will immediately stop a policy that bans vets from cell phones to doctor's appointment and signs posted at some medical centers and vets found with cell phones, guns, knives or backpack and va now says the policy was ill advised. >> modern day take at dear john letters and new study finds 30% of teens and relationships via text message. most said breaking up in person is still more acceptable. two months ago tom brady supposed to sit out the entire month of september and that, of course, did not happen. in fact, went on to outplay
every other player in the league with record tying eight afc offensive player of the month award and brady thrown nine touchdowns and no interceptions first three games. high school football returning to fenway park for the first time in 88 years. earlier this week fox25 reported eight high schools will take the field at home of the red sox. plan thanksgiving eve and two longest running rivalries played on thanksgiving day needham and wellesley and boston english and boston latin and boston college will play noter game at fenway park week before the holiday. >> friday morning taking look at roadways very busy right now and going to start here this is at accident we were telling you about on pike westbound and causing delays 18 miles per hour and this is a new accident going eastbound there's a stalled vehicle, after 495 and not
and medford and quincy jammed in the spots and also over here 128 going about 28 miles per hour heading through lexington and this just popped up, obstruction in roadway lynnfield saugus area going north not seeing any delays because of it is and here is look at carmen dinunzio traffic moving by the gas tank or barely moving at that if you want to take a look at how jammed up that is and look at drive times on the pike it is going to take you 21 minutes route 913 minutes and 128 from route 1 to the weston tolls a 30 minute ride and shiri keeping close eye on joaquin. >> any minute get latest advisory task on joaquin and come down at 8:00 this morning and this that i've showing you 5:00 a.m. advisory, 8:00 the track doesn't change but info does sometimes so winds 130 miles per hour and hurricane hunters went in and did investigation so interesting to
see how powerful this major hurricane is that's sitting over the central bahamas and lifts northward into the weekend weakening to cat three here by the time we hit saturday into sunday and continuing to weaken as it makes a path past us as likely cat one hurricane and i want to pause it here at 1:00 tuesday morning to show you most of the winds, most of the rain is going to stay offshore with his current track but we are still going to have to watch the coast for some swells and some beach erosion. i mean this is actually going to create big waves up and down the east coast even though it is not a direct hit but there you can see by early tuesday it is a cat one as passions about 200 miles offshore from nantucket and this is great news for us and this is going to have less of an impact on us but it can still wiggle a little bit closer and a little bit further away, so word of warning to you is this, looks better right now, please follow back with us, i will have the 8:00 a.m. advisory for you as soon as it comes out and temperature right now 50
, winds at 13 miles per hour and going to be another gusty day winds 13 miles per hour sustained gusting to 23 in boston, 30 in plymouth and 31 in chatham and going to be breezy day all around and showers also going to continue to impact us here and showers continuing to lift northward through noon time today, they stay pretty patchy into the afternoon and steadiest rain falling over southeastern massachusetts as we go and even into the friday night you will have to plan around the showers all of these 50s though barely warm-up and over the weekend i have more rain and cape and islands forecast here with temps in the upper 50s tomorrow lower 60s on sunday but sunday dryer day and then going northward you could see forecast not quite as wet, still plan on scattered showers for your saturday and sunday sun starts to come back out and warm up keeping close eye on joaquin tuesday and wednesday thursday highs up near 70 with more sunshine. back to you guys. >> all right, shiri, the pope comes face-to-face with a controversial figure.
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playing powerball to the tune of more than $310 million. coworkers say the woman was working her normal overnight shift at bath factory when she checked her numbers and quit immediately. >> coming back from lunch break and i didn't know what was going on. >> no word yet who the lucky winner is or what she plans to do next with big payday. major safety drill minutes away from starting at logan airport. coming up take you there live as emergency crews simulate a plane crash so they will be ready if the worst of happens. >> and brand-new 8:00 a.m. advisory for hurricane joaquin here and category four, 130 miles per hour and pressure actually gone up which could indicate it is going to weaken slightly here.
its track, impact here new details this morning about the fourth deadly shooting on college campus since august. >> you read about it and so much more different. >> prompting renewed calls for action. >> thoughts and prayers are not enough. >> what we now know the gunman asked the victims before opening fire. more rain around, i will show you when to expect breaks
>> emergency crews and first responders gathering at logan airport right now and live at the logan airport and expect to see smoke and flames coming here later today. >> as of right now it looks like a miss for us. good morning, everybody, thank you for being with us on the news on friday morning, i'm gene lavanchy. >> i'm sara underwood. while that's good news for the coast and rain out there to start the weekend and rainy friday and more for the cape and islands and just got in at 8:00 a.m. advisory examine maintains 130 miles per hour wind in central bahamas and change at 8:00 a.m. advisory and track has not changed and
watching the 11:00 a.m. update closely for any changes to that track. temperatures now sitting at 45 in worcester, 49 in nashua and beverly, 50 in boston, lower 50s with all of that rain over southeastern massachusetts and it is another wet windy cool day and temperatures up by 5 if you're lucky, 10:00 a.m. on screen here and areas south of boston taking brunt of wet weather and noon time up to the mass pike and see some very patchy showers into the afternoon and expect couple of these to leak into southern new hampshire but most of that heavier steadier rain is still going to be over the cape and islands and south shore, that's where you have the best bet of some of those heavier shower, 52 to 58, also wind that we are going to be talking about and yes, latest track on hurricane joaquin coming up in a couple minutes. catherine parrotta with live drive time traffic and how are things looking? >> still brazier on the roadways and look at couple incidents here. this one on the pike, going
after 495 and this is a new incident, this is on 495 going north. there's a stalled van there after 85 and i wanted to just move a little ways this way. this is 93 just wanted to give you check of the speeds going into the city either direction and coming from the north through medford and 9 miles per hour through the south quincy and going 11 miles per hour and then over here 128 you're doing okay, all thing considering, still going 28 miles per hour over here this accident on lexington street, not on 128, near taunton pond road in the waltham area and look now at live cameras, camera moving over the zakim bridge a little bit jammed up there on the leverett connect and her wanted to give you drive time too on the pike it is going to take you 21 minutes on 93 from the braintree split to the pike and jammed up take you 33 minutes 495 to the leverett connect and her 36 minute ride. joan, over to you. >> getting new details breaking news in oregon yet another mass shooting leaves ten dead
teenager this morning and begin with daniel miller that joins us now in the newsroom with what we learned about the gunman. >> douglas county sheriff told national news outlet within the hour overnight authorities located number of fire arm in the gunman's apartment and wouldn't elaborate how many but said those details would be released in the next news conference. as for what happened first day of class at small community college witness accounts are just horrifying. ten people are dead including the shooter and seven others are wounded, three of them are critical condition this morning and the gunman has been identified as 26-year-old christopher harper mercer and died during a shootout with police and former neighbor told local media about his encounter with the gunman. >> i just barely spoke to him but i don't remember what he said, at a barbecue, small talk and i did see hip at the time
cases and him and his mom both and used to go shooting at some range, i don't know where it was. >> one law enforcement official says the shooter was heavily armed with large amount of ammunition and body armor and enough for prolonged gun fight with police and news conference the names of the victims are expected to be released. newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> and stay with fox25 and myfoxboston.com for continuing coverage of the college student in oregon. ahead this morning hear from the military hero who ran right at the gunman to save lives. and coming up in ten minutes our sister station is live in roseburg this morning. that report near the campus at 8:15. developing news out of manchester, new hampshire this morning where police are searching for pair of roommates who haven't been heard from in more than a week. fox25 stephanie coueignoux is live outside the police department this morning as officers search for them. >> and, gene, lieutenant
arrive here at the police department any minute and checking with him for any updates and meantime police already have car in evidence and actually holding it here at the police department right beyond this gate. that car actually belong to one of the roommates. family and friends are heart sick after suing hutchinson disappeared september 20th. >> we miss her. i mean if she hears me she is listening, needs to get back home. >> one day later her roommate steven bishop andrade also disappeared. day after that hutchinson's car was parked blocks from the manchester home. take a look, this is video you will only see on fox25 and police only taken that car, 1992 buick century into evidence and now searching for another car hutchinson owned, 2005 silver bmw with the license plate number 380-6038. police say andrade was last seen
this game stop in bedford, new hampshire. >> an investigation to say that foul play was involved but certainly wouldn't be ruled out at this point in time. >> family and friends said andrade used to date hutchinson's daughter and when two broke up he moved in with hushinson and former partner didn't want to go in on camera and told us he has many questions. >> he was living there and where is he? >> if you have information in this case please give him a call and like to take look at photos in the roommates as well as the bmw and all the information on the website at myfoxboston.com. stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. developing this morning the taliban using twitter claiming it shot down a u.s. cargo plane near afghan pakistani but right now they say there's no evidence
of hostile fire. at jalalabad airport all 11 people were killed when the c130 plane went down. the crash is still being investigated. this morning a young father is accused in horrific case of abuse involving his own newborn son. merrimac police say that 20-year-old chase merschool picked up the boy and threw him into a nightstand at the fit of rage and they are from arizona and they flew to new hampshire so family members could meet the seven-week-old baby. child's grandmother says merschool became violent during argument with the baby's mother. >> baby was like a rag doll and swung the baby and baby ended up up -- hit head-on nightstand. >> newborn has been released from the hospital and we are told he is doing fine and
order of protection from the judge. george verdict was removed from life support tuesday. he was hurt and after being struck on saturday. charges accident causing death and operating under the influence and depew is being held without bail and due in court for probable cause hearing later this month. for the second time this year suffolk county resident died from west nile virus. latest victim woman in her 90s and department of public health says it is the sixth human case of mosquito borne illness this year in massachusetts. official say despite the cooler temperatures it is still peak season for the infection. >> 8:09 and new this morning a judge being asked to throw out key piece of evidence against a murder suspect. accused of killing well-known owner of restaurant in 2011 and salem news says his attorney wants the baseball cap on to the
evidence and crime lab employee who handled failed two different proficiency tests and cap reportedly contains dna from lee. new this morning a building struck by a car overnight in lowell. this happened in lowell at merrimac and prescott streets around 2:00 this morning. according to photographer on scene that building appeared to be vacant and unclear if anyone was injured in the crash. inspectors are due at the scene later this morning. suspicious fire burned winery to the ground. >> it is all gone, completely gone. >> coming up at 8:30, fox25 obtained the 911 calls from that morning. question whether the fire department did enough to fight the flames. plus the pope really did meet with his controversial kentucky clerk. new this morning what the vatican is saying about that secret visit. checking traffic and weather every ten minutes and drive time for you on the pike 495 to speen street, eight minutes on the pike from the weston tolls to
minutes and on 93 you're jammed up with 32 ride. shiri? >> we have got a breezy day ahead sustained winds near 30 miles per hour at times in boston with gusts even higher than that and day spent in the 50s with showers on the way. ready to head out when others head home. at eversource, we prepare for ugly weather all year long. upgrading technology, managing vegetation, improving how we get information to you, because we know you're counting on us. we're ready for winter, and we want to make sure you're ready, too. visit eversource.com to learn more and sign up for storm updates. and be sure to follow us on facebook and twitter.
pockets of heavier rain up toward martha's vineyard and nantucket. still pretty steady rain south of plymouth but notice even north even close to the mass pike now still starting to see a little bit of drizzle areas like sutton and bellingham, norwood and bridgewater. we continue to follow breaking news out of oregon as we learn more about a mass shooting at community college. ten people were killed, including gunman. sister station in seattle has made the trip to roseburg, oregon and joins us now live from near the campus. good morning, joanna. >> yeah, gene, really you can't get anywhere near the campus this morning, police have it still blocked off because they are obviously conducting a very really tragic. this is supposed to be really the fifth day of classes for students in brand-new year here at the community college, only
following that. police also conducting a search of the gunman's department and what information have they released on that part of the investigation. >> you know, gene, released very little and get up to where they kind of had it marked with police tape and 4 miles from campus and it is very large complex and they had a very large section of it blocked off and there were just a lot of confused neighbors around and going and 10:00 news conference i mentioned hoping we will find out a little bit more about what
they are finding as conduct the search. >> coming up in an hour on 9:15. pike eastbound stalled vehicle there after 495 and there's also an incident here on 495 itself and stalled van going northbound at 495. moving over this way a little bit new accident that just popped up, 128 going south and right there at 2a. this is in the lexington area and sluggish around there, nothing too severe and continue to keep an eye on it and just tweeted out by the mbta, e branch service has been suspended there between these two stops here because of a fire, vehicle fire in that spot so buses have been replacing the train between the two stops and give you look at pike going eastbound and volume pretty heavy at this hour and look at drive times for you. 24 take you nine minutes, route 98 minutes and 93 from 495 to the leverett connector 33 minute ride.
for now we want to send it back over to shiri spear with latest hurricane joaquin. >> thank you so much, catherine, and 8:00 a.m. advisory and, of course, numbers changing a little bit but not the track and 11:00 any changes to the track, winds 130 miles per hour, barely moving, major hummer hurricane joaquin and lifting into the weekend and even into the weekend it is a cat three which is major hurricane on searched morning and eventually passes about 200 miles offshore from us and likely see waves on forecast and as to the reason and wind bulk would stay offshore if it take the path so like i said wiggle room because forecast
this just updated, in fact, and now even more, say 400 miles giving us this width where the storm could track, luckily see it extend a little further out to sea which is what we would like because even less impact but today i had to tell you another coastal flood advisory one to 5:00 p.m. coast all the way from the north shore down to the cape and nantucket and splashover as well as minor coastal flooding and southeastern massachusetts and going to be the wet spot today and although any of us could see patchy showers and heaviest stuff could fall from the south shore southward and cape and islands as well and noon time rain does scoot up to boston and even seeing drizzle on the approach right now and during the afternoon patchy showers and extending into southern new hampshire still heaviest and steadiest going to be well south of boston, guys, but any driving you're doing today get ready to
use windshield wipers 50s for all days for highs, chilly day, more 50s, more breeze, more wet weather in saturday forecast shower going to be very patchy, sunday i'm finally going to dry us out and see tomorrow a lot of on and off lighter type of showers very breezy and down to the cape and clouds and drizzle in the morning and improve ments and clouds start to break apart, temperatures will go up a little bit and based on that current forecast i'm not bringing any joaquin rain on monday or tuesday and tell you we got to watch it closely for changes to the forecast and mostly cloudy with 60 on monday and going to turn a little bit breezy likely 67 on tuesday and then near 70 wednesday to thursday as we brighten back up. back to you guys. >> follow joaquin's path as it shifts and available on google play and itunes and team of meteorologist will be watching
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after days of no comment for vatican it is now clear the pope met with kentucky clerk that went to jail for refusing couple right to marry. the vatican released statement just after 5:00 this morning saying the pope meeting with kim davis was not considered a form of support for her position and davis met with the pope last thursday in washington d.c. and vatican says the pope met with many people and did not discuss the details on davis' case with her. now race in white house bernie sanders heading to massachusetts this weekend for the first campaign rally in the bay state. tomorrow sanders will make his first stop at springfield city hall for afternoon rally before heading to boston for a 6:00 event at convention center. both events are free and open to the public. sanders stop comes on heels from visit from hillary clinton,
down with mayor marty walsh and attorney general maura healey for community forum on substance abuse. the former secretary making it clear dealing with substance abuse and addiction is priority and wants to work on the issue at the federal level. i want to be a partner with states with cities mayor and with institutions, with community groups and with law enforcement and with everyone who has a role to play in prevention first and foremost. >> mayor walsh commended clinton for focusing on addiction issues but not gone as far as endorsing her for president. >> controversial bill to fight drug overdose deaths and massachusetts state senate the bill call for all public schools to screen students to see if they are at risk of substance abuse. also requires doctors to explain in writing why they have prescribed certain highly addictive painkillers. bill now moves to the statehouse
>> big change on the auto mile. ernie bach junior says he has sold nearly all related businesses in norwood and new owners will retain the name and he suggests this was a long time coming. >> i have been stepping back over the last few years and i thought it was a good time and i have the utmost confidence in the people that will be running the deal. >> bach will retain ownership of masarati and ferrari dealerships stores closing of uncle dunkin donuts seed way gas stations and opens new
restaurant every scene hours and speedway locations represent a very small percentage of the sales. it is now 8:26 this american, mayor of boston getting involved in alleged extortion scandal and coming up at 8:30 what he is doing to get to bottom of allegations that members of his administration intimidating popular tv show. >> rain back in the forecast and showers break up sunday into monday and got a little drying trend and go over that into the weekend and, of course, rain chances attached to joaquin next. fire destroyed central massachusetts winery and now the owner has confirmation of what
the f i had no idea snhu had this amazing campus. even the walk to class is amazing. i love the sense of community. people actually hold the doors open for you here. all my professors really know who i am here. they genuinely want you to succeed. i've made so many friends here. friends i know i'll have for life. snhu is the place for me.
plane crash and 11:00 a.m. advisory and make adjustments to the track and right now i have rain completely unattached to joaquin that's impacting south eastern massachusetts and cape and islands that's where we will see the steadiest moderate at times even heavy rainfall and by the end of the day there could be one inch, one and a half inches of day there and very light brock to be and framingham and up around the mass pike and damp travel and north of that in worcester temperatures upper 40s and lower 50s and haven't moved since came on air at 4:00 this morning and very warm-up, still 50 in boston and drizzle close by and 53 and by 3:00 we got winds gusting 30 to 50 miles per hour strongest along the coast and cape and
winds again and waves and another coastal advisory between one and 5:00 this afternoon and coming up take a look at some of the beaches and where i expect some of the hardest hit locations with the waves today and, of course, that latest track to joaquin coming up in a few. get over to catherine parrotta with live drive time traffic. how is it shaping up out there? >> sluggish out there right now, see the big picture, couple of thesents will move west, there's this incident happening, this is the pike going eastbound, stalled vehicle there after 495 and then over here on 495 another called vehicle and moving closer to the city now we have the accident 128 going south in lexington and it is near 2a there and also just moving up north a little ways and 93 going south there's a stalled vehicle there around 62 and then over here again on 12895 rather going northbound debris in the road and route 1 near the danvers area there and
look at live camera and traffic moving to somerville on 93 past sullivan square and see volume to be about typical for this hour on friday morning. giving you look at drive time and take you nine minutes on 93 from 495 to the leverett connect and her 30 minutes on 93 from the braintree split to the pike you're still jammed up that is 27 minute ride. sara, over to you. joaquin is that it is not expected to hit the east coast as shiri said right now it is still slamming parts of the bahamas. the prime minister said he was changing laws to mandate evacuations for people who were refusing to move into shelters. over there are no reports of any deaths or injuries and in the southern u.s. there are five states under state of emergency and those states will get rit with rain and winds if 100 miles out.
>> available on google play and itunes and watching the storm all weekend long. team coverage this morning and sister station in oregon and washington d.c. are staying on top of the investigation as the fallout -- investigates fall out and move forward and first daniel miller joins us now in the newsroom with new details on gunman and victim. >> overnight authorities they locate a number of firearms and as for what happened at first day of classes at small community college the witness accounts for horrifying ten people are dead including the shooter and seven others wounded three of them in critical condition and identified as
messier and died following a shootout with police and if you have nor prolonged gun fight with police. not mass shootings himself but reaction in washington and his calls for more gun control laws and in abs that follows and statements after 15 mass shootings during his presidency and and closest washington got to any new gun laws 20
six teachers dead and background legislation forward at that time. >> this is a political choice that we make to allow this to happen every few months in america. we collectively are answerable to those families who lose loved ones. >> a lot of emotion from president obama and reality is, political reality like they haven't changed and republicans still controlling both houses of congress, republican leadership opposed to gun measures. reporting in washington, justin gray, fox25 news. >> 8:36, military vet who was in class during the shooting is being called one of the early heroes. 30-year-old kismet served ten years in the army and family
right at the gunman when he opened fire. >> shot three times, hit the floor and says it is my son's birthday today and shot two more times. >> two broken legs and learn to walk again but the family says this is just like him to risk his own life to help others. stay with fox25 and myfoxboston.com for continuing coverage of the college shooting in oregon. we will have the very latest developments from roseburg throughout the morning and coming up at 9:00 it is only been a few weeks since school began. already suspicious fire that burned a charlton winery to the ground. michael henrich live at scene of investigation we have been following since august and michael, you spent the morning speaking with frustrated owner.
these logs here, call logs and happened two months ago and questions he is raising aren't just about him but public safety in general. >> vindication but bittersweet and call logs by fox25 confirming what he always described as delayed response to his burning winery building and charlton orchard winery in early august and call logs show 21 minutes past between the first 911 call and rival of the first fire engine with five firefighters aboard. >> we stood there for 40 minutes watching pen years of life's work be destroyed. >> fire department went to fire hydrant 2 miles away instead of one a quarter mile away and total loss of winely benjamin
orchard closed too causing business to plummet 70% in august and 50 nurse september. >> continuously tough everyday staring at the debris. >> he wants the department to invest in the equipment to improve responses in the future and what's more fire marshal considers this fire arson and continues to search for whoever caused pain. >> as far as why the rubble is still here and took two months clear rubble and demolition next week andun decided about possible rebuilding plans and what shape that might take and arson investigation is and $5,000 reward and comes to the call logs i reached out to the fire department, of course, to share their side of the story as soon as i hear back. i will bring you update.
live in charlton, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> breaking news september jobs report was released minutes ago hiring slowed sharply last month and only 142,000 jobs were added however, the unemployment about 5.1% and portion of americans working or searching for jobs fell to a new 38 year low. >> new this morning mayor of boston is hiring a former federal prosecutor to investigate his own administration. the globe reports prosecutor from the whitey bulger case will investigate the alleged links between city hall and local union members charged in extortion scheme. as we reported on wednesday members of teamsters local 25 were charged with intimidating producers of "top chef" when the show filmed in boston last year. indictment saysun named walsh administration employee called local businesses saying the union would picket them if they had any involvement with "top chef".
who called the businesses. >> 8:40 nation's top consumer safety official is calling it a game changer and ikea taking won't treatments off the shelves and why other stores could soon follow. you can expect to see smoke and fire coming from logan airport later today. we are live at the airport this morning and what the drill massport is doing and what they are trying to accomplish today. >> looking at 93 south from andoverer and sluggish from medford into the city. shiri spear? >> coastal advisory cape and nantucket and north shore means you should anticipate splashover to minor coastal flooding here during the afternoon high tide. i will take you town by town even into the weekend to look at increasing rain chance but first honoring the boston sparks
times over the past couple days trying to get word out about this and people not alarmed when they show up to the airport and see this and airport going to be open with regularly scheduled flights as this is all going on and pen minutes ago at 8:30 and going to last for a couple hours until 1:00 this afternoon and crews from mass pike state police and several local departments are here right now and we actually just saw in the past five minutes or so some boston ems crews getting suited up -- getting ready to head out on to the runway and not clear exactly what they are going to be in the plane crash scenario and well be here the next couple
on twitter and play-by-play. >> decade cold case lena bruce was murdered in south boston department by the intrude and her more than 20 years later the suffolk county d.a. announces indictment against a man already in custody and police say it was a simple dna sample from another murder. >> we have today what they could not have imagined in 1992. dna evidence that identifies james witkowsky to exclusion of any other suspect. already on jail and first-degree murder charge in the near future for bruce's death. 8:47 and give you look at friday morning commute and see the map and 93 going south there's a stalled vehicle there in the wilmington area near 62 and 95 going north through danvers, there's debris in the road before route 1 there
want to move down a little ways, 93 south sluggish spot on the map and expressway south through quincy 12 miles per hour and here look at one of the cameras, tobin bridge but they have moved the shot and route 9 take you eight minutes and take you 22 minutes and going back to the pike just jumped and tracking hurricane joaquin all morning. >> cat four wind 130 miles per hour sitting over the central bahamas and moving very very little here and ends up getting lifted northward in the next couple of days and huge rain maker there up to a foot and a half of rain and in the central bahamas and out a little bit effects are a little bit less
storm warning not necessarily hurricane warning and path going to take as we head into the weekend, saturday 11:00 at night and still major hurricane and forecasted currently to pass about 200 miles offshore from nantucket which is good news, major change since yesterday and this would carry most of the wind and most of the rain with it but still going to see coastal effects no matter what track the system take going to get big swells and going to get big waves and rip current and going to turn our attention now and remember there's a cone involved in this and wiggle room center the system is where -- is currently again forecasted to pass about 200 miles from nantucket but it could end up a little closer, a little further away and 11:00 a.m. update we are waiting for here is what's going to show us the current productions for that track. right now though i got clouds in boston, still dry, 50
and wind at 14 miles per hour sustained but even stronger gusts, gusting now into the 30 miles per hour range, plymouth, provincetown, over the islands and expect to get as high as 50 miles per hour later today and snapshot of 3:00 p.m. and wind gusts pretty colonially going with the 30s and southeastern massachusetts we get hit the hardest by rain today as well and got kind of cool, cloudy, winy, wet forecast by noon time the showers in and around boston, very close right now and spot showers north and any friday night plans you have to keep the umbrella on stand by and all day temperatures on the 50s and what you have now, what you have all day, tomorrow expect more rain and breeze again for the cape and islands with highs in the upper 50s. we will see warmer temperatures here on sunday and some more break in the clouds especially north and west of boston but tomorrow again we got on and off
off into drizzle saturday night and by sunday we will start the slow clearing process. 60s monday and tuesday but still some clouds attached to joaquin and keeping a very close eye on it and brightening up middle and end of next week. back to you guys. >> shiri, 8:50 this morning millions of "t" mobile customers were hacked and cell phone company trying to do to get the customers. >> good morning to you, i'm catherine parrotta. daniel miller and i getting ready for the morning news at 9:00. >> we are staying on top of developments in the big breaking
includes birth dates, social security numbers, driver's licenses and passport numbers. t mobile offering two years of free credit monitoring but service being offered through experian. >> amazon will no longer sell streaming devices apple tv and google chrome will be removed. it comes as amazon unveils streaming service fire tv stick and provides users with net flix and prime video. >> police department posted this photo of officer buying a new xbox and there are still good guys out there. >> two months ago tom brady supposed to be sitting out the entire month of september but that did not happen. outplayed every player in the
player of the year award -- month award and brady thrown 1100 yards and no interception in first three games. >> high school football returning to fenway park for the first time in 88 years and earlier this year eight high school will take the field at the home of the red sox and being playing traditional match-up on thanksgiving eve and two of the longest running thanksgiving rivalries, needham and wellesley and boston english and boston latin will play on thanksgiving day. boston college by the way will play notre dame the weekend before the holiday. >> fall season from dangers of summer remain and latest person to die from west nile virus in