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start out in the 30s and 40s this morning. back to a frosty start in bedford at 35 degrees. lawrence and beverly at 39. 47 in boston. down to 33 in norwood. 36 in plymouth. 43 in worcester. and 35 in nashua, new hampshire and 35 in nashua, new hampshire. so there are your 30s and 40s although most of us see sunshine, we do have a little bit of that patchy fog over southeastern massachusetts through about 7:00 this morning through about 7:00 this morning. potentially a little bit developing across the north shore and the seacoast as well. i don't see it being very en extensive. a warm-up takes off after 7:00 this morning which means which noontime in the low to mid-60s. all sunshine. we have got this nice, bright afternoon and start losing heat by the time you hit the road to heat hoed from work. so highs 64 to 70 degrees expect to kind of sit in that range between 1 and 3:00 this afternoon. that is when you are going to see those warmest temperatures. mostly sunny, mild. but also some wind gusts that i am going to continue to cover for you coming up.
plus a look at some of our foggy locations this morning. now julie grauert will live drive time traffic. julie, how are we doing on the roads this morning. >> shiri, still a really nice, mellow time to head out on the roads. 93 south moving along fine from the cloverleaf to medford and somerville. pikes looks good from framingham throughout weston tolls. this is what you will see through brighton. live drive times to help you plan your day. 1 minutes on 24 from 106 to 128 128. 19 minutes from 495 to the nine minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike. sara and gene, back to you. >>sara: all right, julie. we begin with breaking news ca continue toton where large police presence has shut down a major road in town. >>gene: jessica reyes is live on washington street. >>reporter: good morning to you, gene. well, this is all breaking within the last hour, hour and a half or so. but you can see right here that police do have washington street and canton blocked off
for a situation going on at 1425 washington. not clear what exactly is going on there right now, but we do understand that someone may be barricaded inside a home here. we know that mass state police are here right now along with canton police. they are looking into what is going on. this all broke after 3:30 this morning so still waiting to get more information with petition understand that the deputy police chief from canton will be back here to update us hopefully within the next half hour or hour or so. as soon as we get more information from her, we will pass that right along to you. the latest live from canton, jessica reyes, fox25 morning news. we are also following breaking news in dorchester. a young man was found dead with six gunshot wounds to the chest. fox25's catherine parrotta live in dorchester where police are still on the scene in morning. good morning, catherine. >>reporter: good morning, gene. police have since cleared the scene. they cleared it a short time ago, but they were here very early when we first arrived on the scene just a little bit before 4:00 this morning.
the medical examiner was also here on scene. they left with the victim's body around 4:00 this morning. the area where this happened on she haveton street is three building down from where we are standing right now. you can see all is quiet but make no mistake about it, this is still a very active situation. a gunman is still on the loose according to police. this is what we know about this this. police first responded around 12:15 near 15 shefton street. officers went to that address person shot. when they a you arrived they found a 21-year-old man who had been shot six times. he was pronounced dead on the scene. police did speak with one witness but right now they still have a lot of missing pieces to this puzzle and the brigest missing piece of this puzzle who is the suspect in all of this. police say they don't have any suspect information to pass along, but as we mentioned police were on the scene until after 4:00 or so and that's when they left here. the investigation is still in the early stages. still very active at this hour.
we will be following up with them. in the meantime, if you have any information, they are asking whether you call the homicide unit or the anonymous tip line. again we will be on the scene passing along reports all morning. live in dorchester, catherine parrotta, fox25 morning news. breaking news this morning in the russian plane crash. the interfax news agency is reporting that cockpit recordings reveal strange sounds on the plane moments before the crash. that information is on the black boxes which were recovered in good condition. the u.s. government says satellite images show a heat flash on the plane just before it broke apart in the air killing all 224 people on board board. the russians says there no way a technical defect or the pilot caused this disaster. investigators say the sounds heard on the black box recordings are, quote, uncharacteristic of a standard flight. new this morning, crews stomp out the flames at a fire at a bj wholesale club in dedham. the fire was reported at 10:40 and crews had that fire knocked
down by 11:00. no one was hurt and unclear if that store will open this morning. a robbery investigation in edgemere. it happened at the mini-mart. four masked men threatened the clerk with a knife. the clerk was not hurt. the robbers ransacked the store and made off with money and cigarettes. this morning corrections officer has pleaded not guilty to charges for assaulting a teenager. this happened sunday night at jupiter juniper beach in norton. police say jeffrey parillo was drunk and carrying a loaded handgun when he confronted a group of teenagers being loud near near his house. parillo is accused of telling the teens he was a cop and punching one when they asked for proof. fox25 spoke with his roomed. >> mate who said parillo is the victim. >> these punk kids attacking him when he is take him when he is taking a walk. that not right. he is the one that should be pressing charges, not them. he was attacked. he was defending himselfa tsar parillo charged with assault
and battery, disorderly conduct and carrying a firearm while intoxicated. he is on administrative leave from his job from the suffolk police department. a new controversy in billerica. town selectmen have voted to paint the crosswalks. we were live in the morning -- with the morning selectman george similaris went out to paint the crosswalks with green deck paint. he said it was a safety issue. the town said they had to maintain a historic aesthetic. he faced criminal charges before agreeing to were the paint cleaned up. federal agents are on the case of a new hampshire woman killed while taking a walk. someone shot 62-year-old denise robert on a manchester street in august. fox25 has confirmed that the fbi is now assisting local police with this investigation. police have not named any suspects since the shooting. there is a $42,000 reward being offered in the case. and police in portsmouth are looking for a truck that looks similar to the one on
your screen. officers say gray or silver ford f 250 was involved in a hit-and-run. this is near the intersection of lafayette road and heritage avenue. the crash happened saturday night just before 7 p.m. and detectives say the truck may have front headlight damage. an everett police are now looking for surveillance video from the area where a high school football player was stabbed. 16-year-old marvens fedna was stabbed in the hand and back. family members say he was walking home from a party when he heard someone creaming. he was attacked as he ran to help that person. the stabbing happened hours after the teen scored a touchdown in the team's playoff games. he is expected to make a full recovery. this morning, members of a burlington mosque have closure now that teens arrested two teens for vandalizing the building. burlington police poured over this surveillance video as part of the investigation. 18-year-old cameron capello and derrick demoine was arraigned yesterday.
a community leader at the mosque has a message for them. >> we want to say to them understand your own religion first and know about other people religion and about united states, learn what it stands for. >>gene: a judge gave the teens a curfew and ordered them to stay away from each other and they have to return to court next month. police in holling, massachusetts. police found these symbols spray painted on several sturbridge road. someone vandalized a trailing at the holling church. surveillance cameras captured three men getting out of the happened. the ntsb have confirmed they found the wreckage of the el faro cargo ship and still a lot of work to do this morning. the u.s. navy continues to survey the area east of the bahamas and working to document the damage and recover the ship the damage and recover the ship's data recorder. they are also planning to recover any human remains that may soon be there.
investigators say it will be difficult to get sonar equipment to the ship because it is about three miles under water. the el faro sank during hurricane joaquin with 33 people on board including three massachusetts natives. happening today, 53 communities around massachusetts will head out to vote in local elections. people living in boston, worcester, somerville, cambridge and brockton are among those casting ballots. most polling place also open at 7:00 this morning and close at 8:00 tonight. and new this morning, the mbta does not have the money to pay for an expensive safety project it is being force today complete. the t's control board have been ordered to pay $45 million for train technology. the equipment slows down trains that are going too fast. t officials tell "the globe" that the agency will have to borrow money to pay for the project. congress is forcing all rail operators to install the technology.
prevent disasters like the deadly train derail number philadelphia that killed eight people and injured 200 others in may. the city of boston is making it easier for property owners to start home improvement projects to improvement projects. the city is launching a web site for homeowners and contractors to apply for building permits. called permit.boston.gov. and once it is up and running, users will be able to apply for permits online instead of going to the permitting office. more than two dozen cats are being checked over and fed after being rescued from a worcester apartment in a woman is being animal control found 28 animals animals. the conditions they were living in were just awful. while the animals were dirty and in shock, why overall they are okay >> the cats looked like they were in fair condition. i heard reports of the apartment being deplorable with feces and trash and who knows. >> the owner getting a mental
health check at the hospital. the cats are being treated at worcester animal rescue league and should be ready for adopting in a few weeks. 5:10. caught on camera. suspiciously dressed man robs a bank at a lobe grocery store. why thinks outfit could help people spot him. a uber driver aggressively attacked by his passenger. the must-see video spweeping the internet and what happened to the suspect when his boss got wind of the assault. and we are checking weather and traffic for you every ten minutes. right now you are looking at a 19-minute drive time from andover to the zakim. shiri shirsz >>shiri: if you were hitting the roads. mostly clear sky. by 6 a.m., 37. sun up by 7 a.m.
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occasion charges. as for the driver, he says as he mentioned he won't be driving for uber anymore. >> lately incidents have made me feel uncomfortable and that's why i stopped driving at night and the scary part, this happened at the end of my day shift at 8:00 >> the driver ends the assault by turning and pepper spraying the passenger in the face. the passenger was a corporate manager for taco bell and he lost his job monday once that video surfaced. we will be following any new developments on this story all morning. in the newsroom, i am daniel miller, fox25 news. as the holiday travel season approaches, a new report show that passengers aren't satisfied with the service they are getting. consumer reports surveyed 20,000 people about 13 domestic airlines. most of the country's biggest names like delta, american and united got the lowest score possible in multiple areas. most complaints were about leg room, seat width and carry-on space. smaller airlines jet blue and virgin america scored better with the bigger ones.
customers said they had an easy check-in process and friendly staff. more americans heading to cuba will be able to use their cell phones while on the island. sprint said it will have roaming service across the country in a couple of weeks. the carrier signed an agreement with government officials yesterday. last month, verizon also announced plans to offer service in cuba that is going through a third party which has not yet reached a deal with cuban officials. good morning, everyone. 5:16. let's start with the expressway let's start with the expressway. you can see cruising along at 63 miles per hour right now. so not seeing the volume there quite yet. 93 south route 1 also looks good. live look at the zakim bridge where you are moving along just fine. here are those live drive times. 12 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 21 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. 22 minutes on 128 south from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us. and i like this tweet about patchy fog through 7 a.m., but it is very concentrated.
look like norwood and in parts is that what you are keeping track of? >>shiri: you got it. you know what is nice? visibility has gone up just a little bit since i sent that tweet out a little bit ago. in norwood we have visibility at three quarters of a mile. looking okay in plymouth and quarter mile hyannis and the vineyard. problem is on and off until 7 a.m. and we will see that little bit of fog we are coping with. start to thin out -- mention as i got out -- we are seeing alit bit develop from the seacoast. wouldn't be surprised to get a little light fog through the north shore as wellle and foggy spots through 7 a.m. not a huge impact on the morning commute because it is kind of limited coverage now, but julie and i, of course, keeping an eye on that. mild and dry today and tomorrow mild and dry today and tomorrow. late week, we have showers and the timing has changed since yesterday. right now 43 degrees in worcester. seeing some nice, clear skies there. calm winds and guilt with mostly sunny skies all day long in worcester. 45 degrees at 7 a.m.
9 a.m. 53 degrees by 11 a.m. we are knocking on the doors of 60s here and do bust into the 60s this afternoon. and in boston right now, our hot spot at 47. yes, the city is a little bit warmer but because of that, we are not going to get fog in the city. 7 a.m. clearer. 47 degrees. 53 at 9 a.m. by 11 a.m., there is your 60, and we get all the way into the upper 60s this afternoon. futurecast is looking real nice here. sunny and dry to sum up today's forecast. we have got all this warm wind coming in from the southwest today. and every now and then, we will get gusts up around 20, 25 miles per hour at the coast miles per hour at the coastline. it will not do damage but just something you will notice if you are out there. another clear start to the day tomorrow. futurecast going into tomorrow afternoon. but because we have got much weaker winds tomorrow, it allows the sea breeze to pop up allows the sea breeze to pop up, and that will drag a little ocean air into the coastline and cool down the coast. so it will be a couple of degrees cooler here tomorrow because of that sea breeze. but 68 today in boston and
beverly. 69 in lawrence and bedford. even 70 in norwood. 65 in worcester. 69 in nashua, new hampshire. hyannis. loving these 60s. norm is mid-50s this norm is mid-50s this time of 40s tonight. wake up to 49 degrees tomorrow around 6 a.m. 44 degrees in worcester. a couple of 30s in orange and keene, but overall in cool, not too cold weather as you wake up tomorrow morning and then boston gets only up to 59 degrees because of that sea breeze. 59 in beverly. 60 in plymouth. go inland away from it, you gain a few degrees in bedford 62. staple in lawrence. those are your wednesday highs. here is your seven-day forecast with the weekend falls view because come thursday, 68 degrees with increasing clouds. late thursday showers and on friday, although there will be dry times, cat erred showers specifically looking at the early morning and late night.
72 degrees. that is certainly our warm day of the forecast, and then as we get into the weekend. going with dry weather. a few more saturday clouds at 62 degrees. you can see the breakdown from 59 in boston to 60 in plymouth. 61 on the vineyard. 59 in foxborough. 57 in nashua. for saturday. but then a bit cooler on sunday with highs only in the lower 50s. nice and bright and beautiful. and come monday, 56 degrees as the clear conditions continue, but coming up in just a little while. stick around because i will show you the most likely time for some of those thursday and those friday showers. will take an hour-by-hour look. back to you guys. >>gene: 6:28. gronk is good with football and apparently good with money. the lessons the millionaire patriots star says he can teach people about their budget. and a mansion with a notorious history. the crime scene now for sale
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everything from appropriate questions to room temperature. it is part of a the republican national committee's push to reformat debates after problems during cnbc's debate. the next debate will be hosted by fox business network a week from today. 5:26. a man wrongly identified as bag men hours after the boston marathon bombing said the mistake changed his whole life. >> i have been labeled as a terrorist after that moment. >>gene: coming up how he started over after this picture tied him to a terror attack. and happy tuesday. i have got temperatures here for the morning commute. 30s and 40s. by the evening commute, temps will be in the 50s and 60s. i will give you the timeline on how long this early fog will last when we come back. and it is a jarring and it is a jar and it is a ringing sight in the mill -- a jarring sight okay, so everyone is saying, "hurry! you gotta get fios" but why? well, right now for a limited time, you can get a great deal from fios. the 100% fiber optic network. only fios has the fastest internet and wi-fi available from 50 to 500 megs.
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quiet enough to have some fog forming on the vineyard. quarter-mile visibility. that is what i have. light fog in taunton and provincetown. norwood one and a quarter miles norwood one and a quarter miles. i think you will be able to easily navigate that. nine niles portsmouth. a little bit of haze or fog. inside 128 is where i have my warmest temperatures in the lower 40s this morning. boston my hub of hot weather at 47 degrees. but check out the burbs in the 30s. burlington 38. wellesley, 36. 36 in maynard. 38 amherst, new hampshire. worcester at 43 degrees. but 36 in bridgewater and 36 in plymouth this morning. day. temperatures will be on either where you are. basically we are going to be hours. still a little bit of patchy fog at 7 a.m. but will then lift by 8:00 this morning. noontime winds will gust 20
and at 3 p.m., upper 60s here we go. it is going to be warm. it is going to be bright. and in less than ten minutes, we will actually look at some of the windiest locations as we get into the afternoon. but now back over to julie grauert with live drive time traffic and a look at those drive times right now. >>julie: shiri, good morning. a new accident on route 3 northbound route 18 in weymouth northbound route 18 in weymouth. here is what gene mentioned of that road blocked because of police activity at washington street in canton. avoid that area right now. a live look at the expressway where volume is starting to increase as the morning commute continues. over to those live drive times. 11 minutes on route 3 from 228 to the split. 9 minutes on 24 from 123 to 128 9 minutes on 24 from 123 to 128. 12 minutes on 95 as you approach 128. gene, back to you. we start with breaking news in canton where a large police presence has shut down a major road. fox25's jessica reyes live on washington street where investigators are still on the scene. and jess, you have new
information from state police? >>reporter: . >>reporter: that's right, gene. we heard back from them just about 10 minutes ago and they sent the bomb squad here to investigate. this is all happening on washington street and canton. police have the road blocked off as they continue to investigate here. we are working to bring you more information. we are expected to hear from the deputy police chief in the next half hour to hour or so and right now there may be someone barricaded inside a home here. we are being careful what we can release because we don't want to give up any informing on the police tactics here but we do know that state police are here along with police that are doing these primary investigations. waiting to hear back from that deputy police chief, but she said she had be back within -- again, the next half our or hour to give more information. we will be out here all among long following up on this and bring you more information in the next half hour. the latest live in canton. jessica reyes, fox25 morning news. er. >> also following breaking news this morning in dorchester.
police are looking for clues in a deadly shooting overnight. investigators say they were called to the scene on shefton street just after midnight where they found a 21-year-old man shot six times in the chest man shot six times in the chest. he was pronounced dead at the scene. police are asking neighbors for any information on the shooter. this morning, fbi said a local robber is targeting banks inside busy grocery stores. the suspect was caught on camera in several different towns. look at these pictures. the most recent robbery at bank inside a stop and shop in stoneham. chelmsford and reading police think he may be responsible in their towns too. looking for a white man suspiciously dressed for cold weather when mild outside. call police when you recognize him. new this morning, crews stomp out the flames of the fire at the bj whole sale club in dedham. the fire reported at 10:30. crews have knocked down the flames at 11 flames at 11. no one was hurt. unclear if the store will be open this morning. 5:3, and a warning for
hikers at a state park. coyotes on the nroul ashland. spotted close to possible ewe peculiar places are people walk dogs and hike. station spoke to wildlife expert and if you come across a coyote, let it know who is boz. >> class your hands, blow a whistle, blow a air horn to scare the animal off. that first degreetive interaction and will tell the animal it maybe needs to go back in the woods and not on the path. >> coyote sightings are common because young pups are staking out their territory for the first time. a local kennel owner relieved to have three stolen puppies back home this morning. the puppies went missing from the p irk k a pup kennel in holliston. an anonymous tip led them to a home in plainville where the pips were found. one person is facing charges. the kennel's owner said he couldn't be more relieved. >> just a wonderful feeling. whatever happened out there, we thank anybody involved in
helping to get back these puppies. >> the kennel owner said the puppies appear to be healthy but getting a check-up just to make sure. the owner will be installing cameras and better locks to make sure something like doesn't happen again. a local college student wrongly accused of being one of the boston marathon bomber is sharing his story. he is a freshman at fitchburg state and the days after the terror attack the "new york post" ran a picture of him and another man under the caption "bag men." they were considered suspects in the bombing. both were immediately cleared of any wrongdoing but their lives were change forever. >> from facebook messages, are you a terrorist. did you bomb the marathon or we are on to you. >> he was 17 at the time. his grades suffered and many colleges withdrew their acceptance offers. both men sue the "new york post both men sue the "new york post." they have reached a financial settlement which her not allowed to disclose. this morning, a new hampshire mom wants a local high school to change its mascot.
this is the symbol of rochester spalding high school. they go by red raiders. the woman says it is insensitive to native-americans insensitive to native-americans. she has written a letter to the district but some students say use of the mascot are already limited. >> we are not allowed to use the word "red raider" on our clothing but not allowed to have a raider intensifies kind of becoming an issue. >> the district plans to review the request. rochester's mayor says no plans to remove the logo from the floor of a city-owned gym even though the floor will resurface this month. massachusetts is one step closer of getting into the fantasy sports business. the state lottery has issued a request for information to learn more about starting its own fantasy sports games and will xeelt with web sites like boston -- -- compete with web sites like boston faneuil and draft kings. >> we must look at everything that you impacts our business
and ways that we might be able to grow that business and what we identified is that this is a very different market than the present lobby player. >> the lottery commission says it still needs a better understanding of the fantasy sports industry before moving 5:37. more details this morning. fox25 has learned high-paid nfl players are now cashing in on fantasy football games. the league tells us the player and other insiders are allowed to win up to $250 in any fantasy football contest. the nfl says the rule is meant to avoid the perception that players and insiders have an unfair advantage; however, sports law experts believe allowing to win any money in fantasy sports could be a problem >> the fact is a player will have access to information that a consumer would not have. >> a new jersey dressman has sent a letter to fanlt see sports sites asking to see how much nfl players, coaches and staff are winning. congressman wants to know if the nfl is enforce the nfl is enforcing the $250
thanks to a private donation, boston's first-night are go on. the city of boston credit union will sponsor the new year's eve fairfax display and the mayor is thankful. >> not the first time they stepped up in the city and they do incredible work and nice to have fireworks in the city for first night and i appreciate all their efforts. >> the credit union will donate $30,000 to continue the fireworks tradition. some company on the head of the nfl standings. there are still four undefeated teams left. carolina panthers remaining perfect against the colts just barely. former patriots adam rain terry ties the game at 23 with time running out in in overtime boston college alum who grabs the tipped ball and the interception of the andrew luck pass and graham ganeau hitting game winner from 52 yards out and it is good! panthers are 7-0 for the first time in franchise history. denver and cincinnati likewise
are undefeated. two high-flying protesters are in trouble for disrupting that game in charlotte. the demonstrators rappeled from the second deck of the stadium to the display -- to display a banner that had a message about a liquefied natural gas facility. the game was not stopped but hundreds of fans in one part of the stadium had to leave their police waited for the demonstrators to come down and then they arrested them. this morning thousands of pounds of ground beef have been recalled for e. coli contamination. maul america issued the recall. it was shipped nationwide. it had a sell by of new year's eve 3 and 20420 is the establishment date. anyone with that product should return it for refund or just throw it away. and the e. coli outbreak that is temporarily shut down dozens of chipotle restaurants was likely caused by contaminated vegetables. they have received at least 100
calls or e-mails from people who recently ate at a chipotle and got sick. so far only three cases have been confirmed as e. coli contamination. chipotle's stock fell 2.5% yesterday. a 7-year-old son placed in handcuffs. the excuse the school gave to the boy's mom when she came to pick him up. a dangerous find inside trick or treat bags shocking parents. >> you hear about it, but it is never really close to home >> the toilet cleaner mixed in with candy. and i am keeping a close eye on the morning drive times. right now we are at 12 minutes on the expressway from the road. shiri. an hour by hour wind gust as we get into the afternoon. winds will gust 20 to 25 miles per hour. strongest coast and cape. we will show y very strong governor, probably the strongest governor in the history of the state of florida. and i think there were some folks in the legislature that thought they might be able to run over him.
one tax cut wasn't enough- he had to do more. it wasn't enough to have 15,000 kids with school choice in florida, he wanted to have 100,000 kids. if he didn't like a project, it was going to be vetoed. it didn't matter if you it didn't matter if you were his best friend. he said: 'this is where we're going, this is how we're going to reform state government...' every politician comes in and generally there's not much change. but governor bush made a lot of changes. he got the nickname veto corleone. if he saw something in the budget that he thought violated his conservative principles, you could guarantee it was gonna get whacked. he vetoed a bunch of my stuff and i was the senate president. the message to washington, d.c., is 'get ready...' because there will be change. nright to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. when we go to the store, i find my box of honey bunches of oats and i' m checking to see if i packaged it. best cereal in the world right there.
cleaner was found in candy bags. >>gene: it was found in one halloween stash in hopkinton. daniel miller has more from a mom that spoke only to fox25. >>daniel: investigators are trying to determine who handed out the toilet cleaners to two trick or treaters. fox25 the only station to talk to one of the mothers whose child got one of the toxic treats. she was going through her 6-year-old son's candy basket when she found a sealed white package with a blue disk inside package with a blue disk inside. it turned out to be an still have strength toilet cleaner. she took it to police and gave the locations where she went trick or treating over the weekend. the mom it not want to show her face, but she has a warning for other parents this morning. >> to make sure you check your kids' candy and candy baskets because you just -- you never know. >>daniel: another 14-year-old also found the cleaner in his candy staff. both said they were trick or trick or treating in an area around main street. now investigators are urging parent this morning to contact
anything suspicious in their kids candy. we will keep you updated on this story this morning. in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 morning news. return of the ice tonight. the bs will host tyler seu in. dallas in first place right now in the early going in the western conference. bedside catching touchdowns bedside catching touchdowns, gronk is handing out financial advice. teaming up with capital 1 for a program called gronkonomics. he will be sharing tips. he has not spent a time of his football salary. his last contract extension was for over $54 million. he lives off the money from his endorsement deals. if you could know in your 20s offer 30s that you carried a gene for a fatal disease, would you want to know? >> started showing signs probably in his late 30s. things got, you know, slowly worse, and he was finally tested at age 46.
that he definitely had the genetic mutation. >>gene: but a simple test could provide answers for his children and even your family. we will show you how it works in a spellings report tonight on the fox25 news at 10:00. -- a in special report tonight on the fox25 news at 10:00. good morning, everyone. 5:46 and start with a rollover accident on the pike eastbound blocking the exit ramp at 128. volume overall is light and not having a huge impact on drive times. things starting to slow down as you make it through the cloverleaf on 93 south. live look at 93 through sullivan square where the volume is starting to pick up. your live drive times to help you plan your day. 12 minutes on the pike from the weston tolls to the ted williams. 16 minutes on the expressway from the braintree to the pike. 21 minutes from 128 south from peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and updating us started with 30s and 40s. a little bit of fog out there in the usual spots, right?
>>shiri: no the a big impact on the commute, julie, but considering these daylight hours because we are losing two and a half minutes of daylight per day and i feel like the day is squeezing in on me here. sun comes up at 6:20 and goes down at 4:30 and that's where the day is shortened. by december 25, by christmas morning, the sun doesn't come up until after 7:00 in the morning and that is after 4:00. we are losing one hour and 10 minutes of daylight by christmas time. still dark outside at 47 degrees in boston. we have calm winds. it is going to be sunshine for the day ahead. we do have that little bit of fog you heard julie mention. it is not going to make it into boston. so 47 degrees at 7 a.m. by 9 a.m., 53 degrees. 60 by 11:00. by 1:00 this afternoon, 66 degrees. and that's not even your high. it goes a little bit the higher than that. and we have dry conditions. we have high pressure ruling
your forecast. yes, we have some showers now moving across northernmost new england as plain rain, because it is so mild early on this morning. locally we dodge all those raindrops in favor of a nice, bright forecast straight into the afternoon pausing things up with futurecast at noontime today. take you into the afternoon because you see a whole lot of nothing changing because it is the same sunshine. just a little bit of a breeze which you can't see, but the breeze is going to be up around 20 miles per hour along the coast. it is no not going to do any damage but notice it as you are outside. 68 this afternoon in boston and malden. 69 in quincy. how about 70s. 70s in brookline and cambridge, arlington, watertown as well as newton down to dead ma'am. temperatures and much of metro west at least flirting with 70 degrees. framingham, 70. holliston, 70. sudbury at 8 degrees. ashland 69 degrees and will end up being cooler if you go far enough inland into central
massachusetts where we have the middle 60s from rutland at 65 to worcester at 66 and fitchburg at 59 degrees. you can see we are pretty warm between boston. 70 framingham. 69 in lawrence. hampshire. and about 64 in hyannis this afternoon. low temperatures tonight back to the 40s we go will feel like this morning with those 40 this morning with those 40-degree readings. and high temperatures come a little cooler. what is going on, yes, still warm and above average for this time of year and the reason that temperatures are only getting up to 59 in boston. 60 in plymouth and lower 60s norwood, framingham and lawrence because we have got this sea breeze. we start with sunshine here tomorrow, and we have sunshine in the afternoon. but because the winds are still week, it -- still weak it allows the marine air to move on shore. that is our sea breeze and taps our warm-up. pulls in that cooler air and keeps those temperatures, our highs a little on the cooler side.
degrees, it is 64 here for your wednesday. so nice and bright thursday. 68 degrees and even in the lower 70s by friday, there will be some showers in here not looking into a washout either day and thursday night specifically into early, early friday morning so this future cast comes to an end friday by 10 a.m. when we have a good chance of a couple of showers and again as we hit friday night, we will have to watch out for a couple of showers. the good news for your weekend watchers is that the weekend forecast is now try. high of 52. 51 with mostly sunny skies. and coming up take a town by town look at the weekend weather. back to you gene and sara. a new class is helping the bostonian the bostonians to lose their accents. teaching people to say ha-vard yard like everybody else. and new details and breaking news canton. police have identified two people involved in a stabbing
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he says that she ripped off lyrics for the hit "shake it off." assassinate players are going to hate, hate, hate >> jessie graham said the line is too similar to what came out in his song. haters are going to hate note players are going to play >> good luck with that, jessie graham. the new york daily news said graham filed a lawsuit after swift refused to take a picture with him. he is asking for $42 million. new study is raising concerns over rear-facing car seats this morning. it found infant crash test dummy dummies and serious head injuries in a rear end car crash. the injuries were more severe when the cars were attached with latch anchors instead of seat belts. infants and young children are still safest in rear-facing car seats. new research show restaurants are benefitting from putting calorie counts on menus.
pair of fast-food chains that post calories offer healthier options. it comes after a new rule force all eatery all eateries with 20 locationings or more to publish the calorie count. google says they hope to have drones deliver packages by 2017. the program is called program wing. amazon was the first online shopping giant to announce plans to use drones; however, the federal government has blocked the commercial uses of devices until authorities decide how they should be regulated. a one-day class may be wicked smart. might be a wicked smart idea for some people in boston. the herald says a speech pathologist is coming to the hub to teach residents how to lose their boston accent. the course will be at the boston education for adult education. the woman behind the class says the process is difficult and for many people, their accent is part of their cultural identity. an overweight dog gets
internet famous for flying first class. this is hank. his photo went viral after a passenger at los angeles international airplane posted it on twitter. it may seem a little sillier, but he scored a top-notch seat for good reasons. his owner suffers from migraines and hank makes a special noise to warn her when they are coming on so she take the medicine. >> he knows before i know. like a bird. nobody can believe it when they hear it. they are like, oh, that sounds like a bird. he does this kind of [bird sound] [laughter] >>gene: people on line have been calling hank the tank. carrie is not happy about that say he is not as fat as he looks in the picture. i have seen pictures of kangaroos flying in first class. strapped in and the whole thing thing. tsar santa rosa i would like to bring sally with me. >>gene: can you get away with it. >>sara: i don't think so. a young girl shows up to school and no one shows who he is. the mistake at a boston kindergarten and why it took