Skip to main content

tv   FOX 25 Morning News  FOX  October 21, 2015 4:30am-5:00am EDT

4:30 am
or, get 0% financing for 72 months on these remaining 2015 chevy vehicles. breaking now at 4:30, a cycle breaking now at 4:30, a cyclist rushed to the hospital following a crash in plymouth. the overnight investigation into the apparent hit-and-run. a missing mom from maine spotted in massachusetts. why police are so concerned about her disappearance. and new rules for mammograms once again. >> it's confusing. it is frustrating. where do we go from here. >>daniel: the questions so many are raise being the recommendations for breast cancer screenings.
4:31 am
nouns this is the fox25 morning -- >>announcer: this is the fox25 morning news. >>julie: good wednesday morning, 4:30 on october 21. i am jewel. >>daniel: i am daniel miller. meteorologist sarah wroblewski tracking the risk of showers. >>sarah: closer and closer to that 70-degree mark as we head into the day tomorrow. but today is all about location. we have a weather boundary drift through the region. to the north of that boundary will be cool. to the south it will be mild. we are actually going to see this boundary shift further hours. clouds. a few sprinkles. note. low 60s. 58 in boston. 55 in lynn. a little bit cooler to the north and west in worcester county, southwestern new hampshire is where we have temperatures in the 40s. and it is the further north you go, you are going to see cooler conditions for the day today with a lot of clouds around. we will also be tracking a few spot showers and sprinkles that
4:32 am
will move on through from west to east through the midday hours. and most of the area should stay dry. it is going to be cool and the further north and east you go as we will see winds on shore. that means highs today in the merrimack valley into parts of new hampshire getting stuck in the 50s. the further south you go south of the weather boundary is when we will be tapping into the low to middle 60s. parts of western mass could be near 70. so all of us have a shot at 70 heading our way tomorrow. we will talk about that warm-up and risk of showers and timing coming up. a check of your traffic with julie. >> sarah, i want to remind everyone that the westbound lanes of ted williams tum are closed just another half hour as they do overnight work. they will open up at 5 a.m. to make things easier for your morning commute. pike looks good. 93 south moving along at a decent clip. eight minutes from 123 to 128.
4:33 am
23 minutes from 495 to the leverett connector. nine minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit to the pike. we continue to follow breaking news out of plymouth where state police are investigating a hit-and-run the hospital. this happened around 10:30 on carver road. our crew at the scene was able to capture the smashed bike on camera. investigators have not released what the make and model of the car involved in that crash is. police have not released what injuries the victims suffered. we will be on the scene breaking details. a new york city police officer was killed in the line of duty. the officer was shot in the head during a chase and gunfight in east harlem. 33-year-old randolph holder was chase chasing a man who had stole anne bike when he was shot. other officers shot the suspect in the legs and arrested him. he was a five-year veteran of the force and a third generation police officer who emigrated from africa.
4:34 am
mayor diblasio said the department is trying to cope with this loss. >> sadness. it is hard to describe what everyone is going through and we are fight to understand the loss of a man who did so much, cared so much, dedicated his life to protecting others. >>julie: officer holder's father was at the scene comfortable other officers. the fourth nypd officer killed 11 months. developing this morning, police in maine and massachusetts are pleading for help to find this missing moth help to find this missing mother. investigators say she may not have left town on her own. fox25's jessica reyes is live this morning in westford where police believe, jessica, she was just last seen there last night. >>reporter: they do, daniel. they believe she was spotted here around 9:30 last night. this morning asking everyone in this area to keep their eyes peeled. looking at this photo. this is what we know so far. a woman they are searching for.
4:35 am
sara meade 33 years old from brunswick maine. she is travelling with her 5-year-old son and police say she has been missing since yesterday morning and may have disappeared against her will. right now, we know that meade is said to be driving a blue 1999 volvo with maine registration 1637sv. that s you can v was last spotted here in westford around 9:30 last night. police around the country have been notified by meade and westford police posted on facebook asking anyone who may have seen this blue suv to call their local police department. live in westford, jessica reyes live in westford, jessica reyes, fox25 morning news. police on nantucket charged with two sexual assaults may have been preying on women for years. david matterson was arrested yesterday charged with two sexual assaults. he is due in court on the island. one was 2008 from bartlett road and another from last year on rogers lane.
4:36 am
they say they have five or six open cases that matterson may be connected to. as part of the investigation, officers asked 100 men on island with jamaican heritage to submit dna samples. a local doctor is accused of trying to take pictures of a woman in a bathroom at umass medical school. dr. marcus cooper is on administrative leave. the incident happened last month. she saw a shadow and a cam ro phone lens. she chased the man who later surrenders to police. the doctor will be arraigned in december. the search is on for a man who assaulted a bridgewater state freshman. the 18-year-old female victim met him on the social media app kick and arranged to meet him near the campus center monday night. the attack allegedly happened on the other side of campus. students are suspicious of social media apps like the one the victim used. >> i think that just exposes, like, the dangers of social media.
4:37 am
you don't really know who you are talking to or who you are late >> the app itself is kind of scary to me. a little bit sketchy. i personally would never use anything like that. >>daniel: here is a sketch of the suspect once again. anyone who recognizes him should call state police. they released latest statistics of sexual assault on campus. the safety in campus report show five forcible sex offenses 2013. there was one assault in 2012. we are following developing news on pope francis this morning. the vatican has denied an italian media report that the pontiff has a benign brain tumor. an italian paper reported pope francis was diagnosed with a but it was curable. the pope traveled to tuscany to see a specialist some time ago. a spokesman for the vatican says this is not true and the pope is in good health.
4:38 am
for more than a week in september. this morning, nrubs congress are on a deadline to elect a new speaker of the house. wisconsin representative paul ryan will run for speaker only if different factions of the republican party unite behind him. ryan wants the endorsements of the major house caucuses by friday. the congressman said his party and the country are in desperate need for leadership. >> because we think the nation is on the wrong path, we have a duty to show the right one. our next speaker has to be a visionary one. >> congressman ryan was mitt romney's running mate in the 2012 presidential race. right now police in at least three states are trike to catch a quincy couple they say is on a crime spree. they are hitting banks and have been at it for at least three weeks up and down the east coast. fox25's michael henrich is live for news quincy this morning where the couple was from. good morning, michael. >> good morning, daniel. these people from quincy are
4:39 am
the new bonnie and clyde. a sad modern-day version instead of robbing banks seeking thrills, they are hitting up these places to get cash to feed a heroin addiction and police do believe they could be on their way home to massachusetts. i want to you show you their pictures because police need your help finding these two people. they are 37-year-old joseph carrier and his wife jennifer carrier. they are wanted tore three bank robbery robberies at this point. police say joseph gives the teller a note and implies he is armed while jennifer drives the getaway car. the first one happened on september 28 in western mass in ludlow. two weeks later a bank in palm coast florida and four day office that another bank in aberdeen, maryland. a ludlow police detective tells fox25 by phone they have connections to western mass, as well as here in quincy. >> these two are so desperate that once they run out of money, they become so sick, that they will do whatever
4:40 am
purchase more heroin, which seems to be -- bank robbery is their method of doing that. >>reporter: police say the couple was last seen driving a stolen suv, a 2015 buick encore chocolate in color and a massachusetts dealer plate 265 massachusetts dealer plate 265s. and it also needs to be added that police say the couple is driving in that stolen suv with seven dogs. if you know anything about where they might be, call police. live in quincy, michael henrich live in quincy, michael henrich, fox25 news. happening today, a man accused of trying to sell guns to an undercover officer in tewksbury will appear in court. police arrested john miller of allegedly trying to sell a rifle, a shotgun and three rounds of ammunition to an undercover officer. it happened at the holiday inn on highwood drive. miller did not have a license to carry the weapons.
4:41 am
this morning police are searching for suspects in the shooting of a teenager in new hampshire. the 18-year-old was shot around 8:00 near gil stadium in manchester. he was rushed to a local hospital. no word on his condition this morning. police tell us this he do not believe this was a random shooting. a group of armed men accused of terrorize accused of terrorizing a worcester family still on the loose this morning. seven men with guns forced their way into a home on circuit avenue east. two men in the house were pepper sprayed and tied up. a woman and two young girls were locked in a bedroom while the suspects ransacked the house. the robbers stole cash and other valuables. new this morning the top prosecutor in massachusetts will not take action against daily fantasy sports sites. attorney general maura healy tells "the globe" she will not shut downdraft kings or rival fan duel. other states blocked them were operating state games. there is no law banning fantasy sports games.
4:42 am
she wants to make sure the games are fair and customers are protected. a symbol of hate found in this school in sudbury is under investigation. police are investigating a swastika fountain drawn in a boy's bathroom at curtis middle school. a custodian found that simple late last week. since then school leaders and police have met with groups of 8th grade boys to discuss the seriousness of the event. police do not believe a specific student was targeted. it is now 4:42. less than a year until the checkered flag comes to boston. new this morning the questions whether or not the city is ready for indy cars. an ancient discovery on cape cod. how long archaeologists say these, a rowhead have been hiding here in massachutsetts. incredible. absolutely. we will be talking about temperatures. much milder start this morning, much milder start this morning. however, as we head over the next couple of hours stuck in the 50s along boston and the
4:43 am
a warm-up in the i there are new guidelines this morning for women when it comes to mammograms and local breast cancer survivors are questioning the changes. the new guidelines recommend that women wait until 45 to get the screening only the screening and only have the mammogram once every two years when they turn 55. survivor lindsey mclaughlin said doctors told her to wait when she discovered she had a lump at age of 28. she pushed for an early
4:44 am
mammogram and that saved her life. >> they said i was very lucky to find it early. if i would have waited and they said you are too young, just wait. things would have been different. >> president cancer society says the guidelines should apply to those at average risking of breast cancer. a roadway incident roving a hatchet led one driver in court hatchet led one driver in court. a man is charged with disorderly conduct and assault with a dangerous weapon. he was arrested yesterday morning. he stopped in front of another driver on route 118, got out of his jeep and threatened the man with a hatchet. art was arrested three hours later. the chicago cubs are now on the brink of elimination in the national league championship series. game 3 last night at wrigley and no one is playing better than daniel murphy of the new york mets. this shot gave the mets a 2-run lead. murphy has home runs in five straight post-season games. then in the 6th, two outs but
4:45 am
allows new york yespedis to score. mets lead 3-2. game four is tonight. the royals have the blue jays facing elimination. kc crushed toronto in game four kc crushed toronto in game four. four runs and never looked back. final score 4-2 and game five is this afternoon in toronto. looking at the roads. 93 south wide open. pike looking good from framingham through the weston tolls . if sfwlaibing imbridge is part of your commute, you are flying over the bridge and on the leverett connector. here are your live drive times, 12 minutes on the pike from the weston tolls to the ted williams tum. nine minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit to the pike. 19 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. meteorologist sarah wroblewski in for shiri spear with a look at today's forecast. it feels pleasant as you head out to your car.
4:46 am
>> feels warmer than yesterday. we will take it. mild conditions to start the day. some folks will finish off mild and others will be cooler. we will show you where coming up. usual will he we wake up to temperatures in the 40s this time of year. some spots already in the lower 60s. that is our average high. sun rise this morning shortly after 7:00 and sunset is getting earlier and earlier 5:5 getting earlier and earlier 5:53. now temperature in boston, 58 degrees. and we are supposed to be in the 40s this time of year. one thing we will notice is the wind is late right now and will stay light through the interior stay light through the interior. as we head on throughout day, we will notice an onshore. temperatures around the region. 50s for the most part. 40s for the north and west. 60s on the vineyard and nantucket. watching a few sprinkles and a few spot showers. more raindrops on the way for the west and we will be tracking those as they push eastward into the morning and into the early afternoon. the hour-by-hour forecast in the city boston as we are mild now.
4:47 am
we may drop back into the 50s and look what happens. we get stuck in the 50s through the day, because we are going to be dealing with an onshore wind and on the cooler side of a weather boundary that is going to be pushing southward through the region. despite the cloud cover, i want to point out, there could be some breaks in the clouds too today. more clouds than we saw yesterday with the risk of that stray shower. so temperatures today will be ranging anywhere from the 50s to the mid-60s. i don't expect those winds to be as gusty as they were. in track, as you travel northward through the merrimack valley into essex county, southeastern new hampshire. notice we have those temperatures in the 50s besides breaks in the cloud cover. that wind off of the water keeping conditions coolest. now down across the southeast, winds will be very light and variable, and in fact we will see temperatures warm up into the low to middle 60s. again, some breaks in the cloud cover as we head on through the day. taking a look at the satellite clouds. also some of those showers, more showers out to the west
4:48 am
already but cool to the north of this boundary. a little mild to the south and we will waif this boundary actually dip southward through the morning hours. so that's why areas just north are going to be dipping into that cooler air. while parts of connecticut, as well as western mass, going to see temperatures get into the upper 60s to near 70s. right around lunch hour, we will be watching for any of those showers during the afternoon. afternoon. we will continue to see the showers drape across the region. this boundary will shift northward for the day tomorrow. and all of us will be tapping into the mild air with clouds and fog and breaks in the cloud cover and boosts of temperatures near 7. this afternoon we will keep an eye out because it will bring a risks are of showers and rumble of showers through the morning hours before this front finally clears. as it does so, a return to cool and breezy conditions on friday, but, hey, brings the sunshine too. it is going to drop back into the 20s and 30s by the time you wake up saturday morning.
4:49 am
the weekend with sunshine and bring back the clouds and risk of showers and slightly milder temperatures. yes, it is ball where you are today and if you are on the cooler side or warmer side. what to expect for temperatures what to expect for temperatures. over to you. >> sarah, thank you. ten minutes until the top of the hour. a recruiting and sex scandal in college basketball. coming up new at 5:00, the accusations the former celtics head coach is facing involving players he tried to recruit. coming up next, grab your self-tying sneakers.
4:50 am
future from if you gave your primary care a check up, how would it do? let's look at lahey health doctors and nurses who know who you are and care how you feel... check right where you live... check many locations and convenient hours check looks like we're off to a very healthy start. what's next in primary care for who matters most: you. lahey health. lahey hospital and medical center beverly hospital addison gilbert hospital
4:51 am
you are watching the fox25 morning news. 20 years ago, travis roy took to the ice for boston university's hockey team and in just 11 seconds he took a hit that left him paralyzed. he is being honored by the work he has done through thinks foundation that helps people with spinal cord injuries. spoke to hundreds of kids who weren't alive when he had his accident and they say he is an inspiration. >> even though if you don't, like, make one dream, there is always another dream that you can do. >> teaches me to, like, live life, because in any second, like, you could -- something could happen. >> not a story of tragedy. not a story of sadness. >> so far $7 million has been raised by the travis roy foundation for research.
4:52 am
roy says he will keep working to help find a cure. a brookline teacher fired for swearing in front of students is heading back to work. this morning we now know larry chen will return to the school system in november. earlier this month, we reported that the middle school students were rallying behind chen at a school committee meeting. those students insisted they were not offended by what the social study social studies teacher said. camers now going after people who were waiting to get those new chip-embedded credit cards. the new survey show 60% of shoppers have not gotten their new card yet and leaving a window open. they send fake e-mails telling people they need to update their credit card account by confirming personal information. if you get an e-mail and if you are not sure it is legit, call the number on the back of your credit card. subway plans to start selling antibiotics selling antibiotics-free chicken in march of in ex-year. the chain will start transition the chain will start transitioning to antibiotic transitioning to
4:53 am
antibiotic-free turkey next year. subway pledged to do away with artificial colors, preservatives in north american stores by end of 2017. they expect the full transition to be complete by 2025. a big historical fine in yarmouth point. they discovered a rare native they discovered a rare native-american stone point at a dig at the taylor grave farm. it is estimated to be it is estimated to be 9,000 years old. several artifacts found in eastern massachusetts, but the first one on the case. volunteers found a tool estimated to be 3500 years old. a new "star wars" movie won't be out for week but already breaking records. early ticket sales broke i max telling more than 6 million dollars worth of tickets. to put this in perspective, dark knight rises, hunger games all sold tickets but in the $1 million range. it boosted monday not football. 16 million people watched, more than 2 million more than a
4:54 am
typical monday. this morning "back to the future" is now the present. october 21, 2015 is the date marty mcfly and d oc brown set as their prediction and most of movies predictions 25 years didn't come true, no flying car didn't come true, no flying cars, no self-tying sneakers and dehydrating pizza but did come close on one thing. >> cubs win the world series. >>julie: the cubs are in the playoffs and we will have to wait and see how they fair tonight. a number theatres are showing the 25-year-old movie. >>daniel: i thought we would have flying cars by now. i am a "jetson s" fan. >>julie: almost self-drive >>julie: almost self-driving. >>daniel: that's right. helping addicts and the city's bottom line. how much one city's heroin treatment program is saving that community's budget. .
4:55 am
4:56 am
4:57 am
4:58 am
4:59 am


info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on