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complete new coverag starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> julie: good wednesday morning, it is now 9:00 on november 4th, i'm julie grauert. >> daniel: i'm daniel miller. we appreciate your company. another sunny fall day out there and storm tracker weather meteorologist shiri spear, you're talking record temperatures. >> shiri: talking record heat for today and well above average though not record setting. 57 now in boston, how about many 60s, check this out vineyard, hyannis, nantucket, all at 60 and if you want to wear the short sleeves to start your day, go for it, 53 in fitchburg and nashua, new hampshire, still 40s in orange and in keene but we are seeing massive jumps in the temperature right now. in fact, by noon time today it is going to even out, a lot of lower 60s. this is when short sleeves are in order in most towns and cities and then temperatures get
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coast but inland they continue to rise and 60 and 66 to range of highs today, another bright and warm day, so weatherwise no concerns on the road this morning, but i think your drive times will be different story. let's get you back over to julie for check on you're live drive time. >> julie: take you out to map and live drive times and seeing typical slow spots. expressway from furnace brook parkway to columbia road and 93 south average speeds 9 miles per hour through medford and into somerville. however, take look at this picture of route 1, it has cleared up so much since earlier this morning when it was a parking lot and then there was an accident on it that has since been cleared. here are live drive times, down to 19 minutes route 1 from 128 to the tobin and direction minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connect and her hour on 128 south from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. >> daniel: we continue to follow breaking news in
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bridgewater when body was found burned on the train tracks on morning. fox25 catherine parrotta is live at the police station where, catherine, police source tells you this is a homicide. >> julie: source confirmed apparent hopkins resulting in body being burned and this is what i have been told from a source this morning and right now what i have been waiting for and official update from other official on the scene, transit police and also the plymouth county d.a. timothy crews and just arrived here within the past half hour and right now waiting for one more official to arrive at the police department and then should be learning more about this incident but and show you video from the scene overnight so take a look at this because gives me a sense what police were dealing with overnight there. this is a wooded area near the railroad tracks and this in the this oak street and bridgewater and transit police on the scene there as well as state police and we learned about this when
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we received several tips that body had been found there and that there was also a fire in this area. officials have been tightlipped about this all morning but as i mentioned i was able to confirm with an official that official have been investigating apparent homicide where the body was then burned but we have been referred to the d.a.'s office all morning for more information so again what we are waiting for now is news conference scheduled to take place hopefully within the next half hour here just waiting on one more person to arrive and then we should learn a lot more about exactly what unfolded in that area that you just saw in the video. so as we get along we will pass it along to you. for now live in bridgewater, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> daniel: stay with fox25 as breaking investigation developed today and update new app as we learn more details and learn at five and six tonight for live reports. >> julie: new hampshire woman given birth to baby boy hours after this rollover crash. the woman's husband was thrown from the car and she was trapped inside.
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all of this happening just a block from their home. fox25 jessica reyes is live outside the eliot hospital in manchester where mom and baby are recovering. jess? >> jessica: mother had to undergo emergency c-section and baby and mom doing just fine and she and father they have pretty serious injuries but they are all expected to survive this. surveillance video shows the terrifying moments car clipped, rolled over on to side and then flipped on to its roof. >> one was ejected and other ready stuck inside. >> jessica: ready eight months pregnant and husband dennis was behind the wheel. vuk milanovic said cars were racing down the street.
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least that's what it looked like. >> we know denis beaudoin is out of the hospital and according to reports brittany beaudoin gave birth to son via emergency c-section and both are doing okay. all three people involved are expected to survive. vuk milanovic is glad no one was killed and tells the crews in three years of business he has seen far too many accidents here. >> jessica: no charges have been filed but it could change. they are still investigating. fox25 news. >> daniel: father of two shot outside apartment building and homicide officials are searching for gunman and one man shot near granite street in manchester and happened before 6:30 last night. witnesses tell fox25 victim was walking to his car to get diapers for his daughter at the time. neighbors heard six shots and two witnesses tried to help the
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victim until medics arrived. >> her and another nurse gave cpr and took him awhile awhile ago. >> daniel: neighbors say he lived in the building. daniel: interfaith we are americans event will be held at islamic center of burlington. members will vandalize with usa graffiti with sayings like we are usa. two teens arrested monday for the vandalism and have been charged with malicious destruction of property. >> julie: happening today a competency hearing for the teen charged with killing and raping his high school teacher. the trial for 16-year-old philip chism was scheduled to be underway by now but on october 13th the fourth day of jury selection chism's lawyer was concerned he wasn't competent to stand trial and wanted somebody to come into the courtroom and shoot him and
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behavior to manipulate the court and him faces first-degree murder charge in the death of 24-year-old math teacher colleen >> daniel: search crews continue to look for key pieces of the el faro this morning. key piece is missing from the wreckage and ship's command center was somehow separated from the el faro and also missing. the ship's wreckage was found this weekend near the bahamas after getting caught in hurricane joaquin. 33 crew members were on board including three natives from massachusetts. daniel: new at 9:00 firefighters from new bedford rushed to fire on holly street. you can see thick smoke pouring from the triple decker there and fire started before 7:00 this morning sending huge plumes of smoke high into the sky. commuters on route 195 sent us these pictures here of the smoke from the highway and crews remain on the scene, no word this morning on injuries but the
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daniel: 9:07 this morning. firefighters in lowell investigate flames at this home street. lowell sun reports the home was completely engulfed when crews arrived and chief says the home is vacant so no one was hurt. >> julie: erie mystery after worried the stone was stolen over halloween weekend and detectives tracked down the company that made the gravestone situation. >> we found out there was a mistake made on the one found and we made a new one for him and i think that's down at the should be. >> julie: man's first name was spelled wrong on the headstone and first one in proper place at mayflower cemetery in duxbury
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ended up in the wrong place. julie: 62-year-old denise robert was shot while out for a walk. cross and flowers placed along the manchester street where robert was killed has vanished. this week the fbi confirmed that federal ans joined the seven for her killer and so far no arrests have been made. >> daniel: mbta says it is ready for winter. company that runs the commuter rail will update the plans in cambridge. last winter the rail was plagued with serious delays and cancellations for weeks during the height of snow season on the list to keep things moving this winter snow plows on the trains, new snow melters for the tracks and more snow fighting equipment local toddler attacked by the family dog, still ahead this morning, what neighbors did that saved that little girl's life. >> michael: police want your help identifying this woman this morning. why slipping into a school isn't the only security breach police and administrators are worried about.
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>> julie: >> shiri: 57 with sunshine in
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today's warm-up and when the >> daniel: security concerns at medford middle school. she walked in and never stopped. she ended up stealing $800 from teacher's purses. michael henrich at mcglynn middle school where you saw
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firsthand how security worked this morning. >> michael: i went right into mcglynn high school here and walked into the front door to do my due diligence on reporting the story and was greeted, was taken to the main office, asked to sign office, which i was willing to do and when leaving asked to sign out. those security protocols clearly being reported this morning. that the not happening recently when security said somebody was able to get in. i want to show you the picture that was released and seen on surveillance video and police are still looking for her this morning. they say she also drove a get away car that was also caught on camera. police say and school officials say she entered a side door during lunch time and then skoal $800 from four teacher's purses while the classrooms were otherwise empty. then the superintendent says a second school employee did come across the woman, said can i help you? and the woman simply said she was looking for a pen and she
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parents that spoke with fox25 say they are clearly disappointed. >> given the security there i'm really surprised. petty theft not overly concerned but somebody able to get in to steal coins from purses and obviously they can do a lot more damage. >> michael: if you know who the woman who entered the school you're asked to call medford police. superintendent again says protocols were not followed and will redouble the efforts as we have seen this morning. >> julie: sigma alpha lon epsilon denying claims they were denied because of skin color. some say member of frat was guarding door of the house and denying people from entering calling it, quote, white girl's
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only party. >> she went up and tried to get into sea, residential college, i'm in td, you're in td, can we get into the party and he looked at her and said oh, no, it is for while girls only. >> julie: frat president denied anyone made statements and they were from multiple backgrounds. sae national headquarters is now investigating. >> daniel: in a few hours we are expected to learn mer about the death of an illinois police officer who sparked an intense manhunt with three suspects that lasted days. police are expected to announce that joe glen witts took his own life back in september he radioed in that he was chasing three men and then cut off communication and later officers found him dead and investigators say he faked the call and then took his own life. daniel: ireland has radical new plan to help drug addicts. they will decriminalize heroin
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and cocaine and take drugs in special injecting room set up in major cities and there will be provisions there to prevent deadly overdose and spread of disease. irish officials hope this causes people to focus on helping addicts instead of shaming them. daniel: strange new twist in death of whitney houston's daughter. police in georgia say woman in charge of caring for bobbi kristina brown was not a licensed nurse. she worked in hospice center where the woman was in july after being found unconscious. she stole credentials from a real nurse in atlanta hospital and bobbi kristina's death remains under investigation. >> julie: look at maps how things unfolding. expressway still slow furnace brook way up to columbia road and still sluggish 128 southbound through lexington. 93 south average speed about 9 miles per hour as you head from woburn through medford.
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through saugus as you approach lynn fells parkway. here are live drive times, 18 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin and 38 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. >> shiri: sunshine out there and not going anywhere and continue and give you couple breakdowns though and start in plymouth with the sunshine right now, a little bit of onshore wind component and that's what's going to stall out your warm-up today. so we get up to about 60 at 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. at 3:00 p.m. so that's the extent of how warm you guys are going to be versus inland by just a little bit into lawrence at 54 and same sun right now except you're going to be able to warm up a little bit further than spots along the coastline.
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so by 11:00 this morning lawrence up to 56 , 62 at 1:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. and 61. so along the coastline let's plan on high around 60 if not being stuck in the upper 50s inland you got another round of those mid-60s developing around 64 and bump you up by couple more on thursday to 70 and couple more on friday high 73 and that's when we will be talking potential for some record breaking or at least record tying heat. check out what happens over the we dump by 10 on saturday and again on sunday but that brings us back to pretty normal highs in the lower 50s. 59 this afternoon in boston, 60 in beverly and in plymouth and 62 in lawrence, 63 in bedford, 64 in norwood, also in fitchburg 61 in worcester and 63 in nashua, new hampshire. future cast though kind of uneventful here because of all the sunshine. i mean we like it like this, nice and bright but we really could use a little bit of rain. don't have that much rain in the
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with some of the warmer weather late week. temperature tonight in the 40s and nashua, new hampshire at 71 and fitchburg at 69 and 67 in boston. warm air take over into the end of the week and warm conditions tomorrow and not until the overnight hours that i will bring in some of the patchy showers continuing into your friday morning commute. this is 7:00 a.m., notice a lot of dry spots out there but showers are kind of speckled on radar and then we get a dry middle of the day clouds even break up a little bit with the highs and low to mid-70s but we are not done yet because we still got the cold front to come on through and stir up late friday showers. so here is 7-day forecast with weekend always in view 67 today and 70 tomorrow with late rain and friday some scattered showers and 73, then things cool down big time for the weekend with 62 on saturday and gradual clearing on sunday 52 and my
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pick of the weekend though because it is going to be nice and bright check out worcester struggling even to get up to 50 on sunday, 52 in plymouth, 50 in beverly and warming trend into early next week. back to you guys. >> daniel: local teachers getting up early and demands
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>> julie: i >> daniel: this morning the presidential candidates can file to get on new hampshire primary and next hour republican donald trump that is expected to file his papers and pay the $1,000 fee at the statehouse in concord democratic long shot martin o'malley also in concord this morning. 17 major party candidates are expected to enter the race and deadline to file is november 20th. the date for new hampshire primary has not been set yet but it will be in february. >> julie: one year out from the general election dead head. poll has hillary clinton and ben carson tied at 47% support in head-to-head match-up and carson holds big advantage over clinton in independents. clinton holds leads over all republican candidates. >> julie: bernie sanders has
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feel the burn underwear. sanders was recently asked if he wears boxerers briefs in case you missed it and i'm sure you're dying to know he said briefs. sales of underwear will benefit charity for injured soldiers. >> daniel: big surprises on election day. two longest serving members of boston city council have lost their seats. >> julie: last night charles yancey conceded defeat. yancey represented much of mattapan and dorchester since 1983. political newcomer campbell beat him and attorney was just a year old when he took office and stephen murphy also lost his seat. murphy did not win one of the city wide spots. he has served on the city council since 1997. >> daniel: for more on who won and lost at local polls head over to the local website at
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let's go to social conservatives notched victories on ballots across the country last night. kyla come bell said they shutdown antidiscrimination, kyla. >> kyla: votedders against measure says transgender rights would have allowed people to use bathrooms of choosing and opponents call it the bathroom bill and argued it would have allowed sexual predators in the woman's restrooms. in ohio people voted against legalizing marijuana for medical and recreational use and in kentucky republican matt bevin became only the second republican in more than 40 years to win the governor's seat. some analysts say bevin's win was test for gop outsiders
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rather for the 2016 presidential race. kyla campbell, fox25 news. >> daniel: keeping people safe when they fly. >> shiri: sunshine now and clear skies for the evening commute, closer to 60 and hour-by-hour look at today's warm-up next. >> daniel: homelessman found them using undersiege. why police say so hard to know the son of a polish immigrant who grew up in a brooklyn tenement. he went to public schools, then college, where the work of his life began -- fighting injustice and inequality, speaking truth to power. he moved to vermont, won election and praise as one of america's best mayors. in congress, he stood up for working families and for principle, opposing the iraq war, supporting veterans. now he's taking on wall street
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contributions, tackling climate change to create clean-energy jobs, fighting for living wages, equal pay, and tuition-free public colleges. people are sick and tired of establishment politics, and they want real change! [ cheers and applause ] bernie sanders -- husband, father, grandfather, an honest leader building a movement with you to give us a future to believe in. sanders: i'm bernie sanders,
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>> julie: pregnant new hampshire woman rushed into labor after horrific car crash. new at 9:30 we will hear from an eyewitness that was behind the cars when the accident happened. good morning, everyone. i'm julie grauert. >> daniel: i'm daniel miller. thank you for joining us with weather meteorologist, shiri spear. what a perfect day. >> shiri: amazing day, you guys. warm-up underway, sunshine out there now, temperatures are doing this, they are like jumping at this point and 60 in bourne and short sleeves, wear them now, love them for the rest
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many marshfield, 57 and go to boston and spots like waltham, norwood, woburn in the middle 50s, you potentially have ten more degrees to gain as we travel through wednesday here, 55 in worcester, 52 in leominster, 53 in nashua, new hampshire and hope you like the sound of 60s that's where we are going. sunshine and still going to be nice and bright at 3:00 p.m. and 64 and at coast in boston get ready for upper 50s, cooler at the coastline today and take you through some of the hot and cool spots coming up and show you how today's highs will break down compared to yesterday's outstanding warmth. get back out to julie and close eye on the road. >> julie: 93 south through medford slow down, 128 south through lexington and the expressway as you head from furnace brook parkway up to columbia road.
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you could see still slow going past the gas tank on the expressway. here live drive times 24 minutes on the pike from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel 34 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike and 38 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. >> daniel: breaking news in bridgewater where body found burned on the train tracks and remains discovered early this morning and police calling this a homicide investigation. fox25 catherine parrotta is at the scene -- the police station where news conference is set to begin soon. >> catherine: awaiting more information from exactly what unfolded in bridgewater and this morning we have been revved to the d.a.'s office and able to confirm earlier this morning through a source and officials are investigating an apparent homicide that resulted in a burned body and just a short time ago within the past half hour the d.a.'s office also sent out an e-mail confirming there's an ongoing investigation into
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the discovery of a burned body and i want to show you video from overnight because you can see that it was still an active scene here in bridgewater. this is in the area of oak street and wooded area along some railroad tracks there and just seeing video and all morning again officials have been pretty tightlipped what exactly they have been dealing with and confirmed earlier through a source this is an apparent homicide investigation into a burned body that was apparently discovered there at that scene and again the d.a.'s office just confirming a short time ago through e-mail that this is an investigation into the discovery of burned body there at that location. so what we are waiting for now is news conference with transit police, bridgewater police and d.a.'s office and we should learn a lot more about what unfolded there at that time. so as we get that information we will certainly pass it along to you. for now here in bridgewater,
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>> daniel: stay with fox25 as breaking investigation develops today and update you on news app as we learn more details and make sure to watch the news at five and 6:00 p.m. tonight for live reports. >> julie: pregnant woman and husband are thrown in the air when car was struck. mom was rushed into the hospital after the accident and gave birth to baby boy. eliot hospital where talked with eyewitness to the crash. jess? >> jessica: incredible in survived, the woman wash husband, baby and woman and husband did have pretty serious injuries but they are expected to survive this and we have a look at surveillance video from the crash that mother brittany beaudoin just 23 years old and was eight months pregnant when this happen. she was stuck beneath her and husband dennis was thrown from the car and this is a photo of the two of them from the wedding day. this morning we know dennis is out of the hospital, the crash happened at beach and silver
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streets here in manchester and witness that was driving hint the couple says the entire thing was terrifying to watch. >> looked scary and tough part of the telephone pole and one of the scariest i have ever seen. >> jessica: police have identified the driver of other involved in the crash and greg beaulieu and police looking into charges that could be filed. jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> daniel: father of two shut outside the apartment building has now died this morning. homicide detectives searching for the gunman as first reported last night at 10:00 one man was shot near the building on granite street in manchester and happened before 6:30 last night. witnesses tell fox25 the victim was walking to his car to get diapers for his daughter at the time. he lived in the building with wife and two children and again
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the last ten minutes this is now a deadly shooting and have much more tonight on the fox25 morning news at 5:00. daniel: drudge investigation on -- troubling investigation on the cape and determine the cause of death of infant in sandwich. emergency crews responded to a call and unresponsive child at home on short way around 6:30 yesterday morning. child was taken to the hospital but pronounced dead. dcf says they are looking into allegations of abuse and negative of the one-month-old. as of this morning the district attorney says there does not plan to be any sign of injury or trauma. daniel: police officer tried to run over a teenager with his car. officer jeremy smith yelling at employees at burger king drive through. police say when the officer approached davis the teen tried to hit him with his car. davis is charged with assault with intent to murder a police
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returns to court on monday for dangerousness hearing. >> julie: happening today south boston man will be arraigned in connection with murder of marshfield man. this came into the newsroom about 30 minutes ago. state police arrested mark o'brien overnight with connection of killing of mckenna. mckenna was murdered in dameons point road in september. o'brien faces murder and burglary charges and two other suspects were arrested last month. julie: fight between brothers in canton turns deadly. we covered breaking news all morning yesterday. police responded to call on washington street just before our 4:00 a.m. newscast. they found one brother stabbed. he is expected to recover. the suspect larry king junior held police at bay until finally taken into custody and also had stab wound and died later at the hospital. julie: police found weapon on school property and officers were investigating possible
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lowell and 18-year-old lewis chrispin had gun in his pocket and when searched they found a loaded gun. he will be back in court november 20th. >> daniel: cohasset teachers protesting. picket lines prompted by stall contract negotiations. we got the new video of crowd of cushing highway during the news at 7:00. salaries are the biggest issue under the current contract first year teacher with master's degree earns $49,000 a year and teacher with 15 years experience makes $93,000 a year. compare that to hingham teachers who make fifty-two thousand first year between 91 and 99,000 after 15 years. the next mediation session between the teacher's union and district is tomorrow. the chairwoman of the school
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to stay as long as it takes to work out problems. >> julie: tuitions are rising but financial aid is staying the same which means many students won't be able to afford it. tuition and fees have gone up about 3% from last year but family incomes have not changed. according to the report the average total cost for instate public schools are just over $24,000 a year. private schools cost average $48,000 a year. >> daniel: this morning governor charlie baker pushing for more diversity in the business world. he has launched new effort to create more opportunities affair businesses owned by minorities, women, vet veterans, disabled and lgbt community. it sends a great message in our everyone. daniel: new person in charge at ll bean and first time it is someone outside the founding family. stephen smith coming from online grocer in china and taking over as the company is struggling to
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keep up with demand for signature rubber toe boats -- boats and he will begin his job in january. >> julie: agency lacks consistent performance measures to know if it is achieving the goals. tsa administrators were put on hot seat in front of congress about the findings. >> also revealed the officers did not fully understand the capability of the equipment and several procedures were inadequate to resolve alarm. >> julie: tsa has corrected procedures and now transit officers understanding how to use the equipment properly. >> daniel: boston based fantasy sports site accused of violating another couple patent. herald says draftkings and rival fanduel being sued by technology company in texas and lawsuits claim the fantasy sport sites used patented technology to run their games. draftkings and fanduel are not commenting on the lawsuits. >> julie: forward chris kelly
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broke his left femur less than two minutes into last night's game into the dallas stars and kelly will have surgery today and out of action six to eight months. as for the game a huge night for former bruin tyler seguin and great shot through traffic and also score second period and then in the third as great path across the ice and rifles puck into the net and stars win 5-3. >> daniel: new england patriots are preparing for sunday's match-up with the washington redskins. you can see all the action right here on fox25. coverage begins at 6:00 a.m. on the fox25 morning news and then fox nfl sunday takes over at 11 followed by kickoff at 1:00. after the game join us for the post game show. we will take you inside the locker room and have all the post game interviews and analysis. it is sunday right here on fox25. >> julie: next story will make you want to do a load of laundry coming up the item you use everyday that's germier than the toilet. >> daniel: first lock it or
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lose it. why new england police department is stealing from people's cars. questions about whether it is even legal. >> shiri: yesterday middle 70s in norwood, fitchburg, nashua, we will lose 10 this afternoon. i will show you where we don't even climb out of the 50s next. 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. so whatever speed you need, fios has it. get 50 meg fios internet, tv and phone starting at $79.99 a month. and get $300 back with a 2-year agreement. this is your last chance. offer ends november 7th.
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>> daniel: toddler recovering from a vicious dog attack.
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large pitbull grabbed the head of 18-month-old girl with its mouth and girlfriend of the girl's mother saved the child. >> he instantly grabbed the dog and threw him in a room and dog you could hear talk kind of get through the door still like for the 18-month-old. there was just like -- it was crazy. >> daniel: toddler lost a portion of her ear and has cuts in skull and face and neighbors believe the dog attacked out of jealousy and fall river animal control took the animal from the home. >> julie: this morning three young boys launching violent attack on innocent victims. lowell police say 14 and 12-year-old kids fired pellets from bb gun and tossed rocks at several homeless men and victims under a railroad bridge near dutton and fletcher street and men suffered deep bruises and one may have a broken hand. one of the victims tells fox25 they woke up to the attack. >> all woke up to pellet gun
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>> looks like what we carried, firearm, semiautomatic and sent the picture out because we want looked like. >> julie: boys caught shortly >> daniel: police in connecticut are actually going out and stealing items in order to teach people a lesson. officers will be out in force looking into the windows of every car they see and see any valuables of cars unlocked officers will break into the cars and take the goods. instead of work laptop you would see a note from police about where to pick up your stuff. as you can imagine civil rights attorneys aren't in favor of that new policy. >> in effect they are stealing people's property, no right at all and fact that it is not locked doesn't mean it isn't your private party. >> daniel: city officials say there's a caretaker provision and state law that allows them to do this and started this program now because usually
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spike in car burglaries around the holidays. >> julie: another major blow to airbag maker takata. honda says they will no longer use them because misrepresenting data and faulty airbags killed at least eight people in honda vehicles and u.s. automotive will fine takata $200 million for failure to issue timely recalls. julie: carbon dioxide for volkswagen for 800,000 victims and it has cost vw ceo his job and forced the company to set aside more than $7 billion to recover costs. volkswagen says it deeply regretted the new discovery and safety of vehicles was not compromised. >> daniel: police giving fox25 access to vice unit to show you a problem they are seeing too
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often. >> got a signal. step out. >> may not waste any time, see girl, pull up to her, have a conversation with her and ask for a particular service. >> daniel: talking about increase in prostitution and sex crimes tonight at 10:00 fox25 blair miller goes undercover with police to show us how the old-fashioned and high-tech tools they are using get rid of sex crimes on the streets. >> julie: head out and take look at roads and getting ready to head out the door, 128 southbound still sluggish through lexington, 93 south slow you down through medford. we have an accident on the expressway, it is southbound right near furnace brook parkway and also seeing typical delays in the northbound lanes but live look right now at the expressway this is by exit 13 -- exit 14 and can see pretty heavy volume accident. 20 minutes weston tolls to the
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ted williams tunnel and 29 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike and 34 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. fox25 storm tracker weather meteorologist shiri spear joining us now with look at another warmer than average day ahead. >> shiri: starting out in the 40s and 50s right now but 60s this afternoon and in the next couple days expected to see more 70s. so that means indian summer to live out friday, already had first frost of the season or first killing frost and now we have well above average temperatures and things really seriously cool down once we hit the weekend. so this is what it looks like right now in boston 57 , seeing lots and lots of sunshine there, winds still fairly weak but as they come in off the water means temperatures will be steady in the upper 50s at 1:00 p.m., at 3:00 p.m. here, so it is possible in boston if you're like me and get cold easily might not end up taking off the jacket there, back to 55 by
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you are with this sunshine coupled with temperatures well into the 60s, i do expect for many of you it will end up being short sleeves weather this weather and sunshine across new england right now future cast shows that we really don't see that change very much as we head into the afternoon or even evening hours and couple late night clouds moving into southeastern massachusetts so that means highs today will range anywhere from the upper 50s and lower 60s at the coastline itself so temperatures slightly warmer as you look inland. so let's check out some of the temperatures in and around the boston area here you could see boston area gets up to 60, malden 60, quincy 60 and it is going to be similar if not in the upper 50s from portsmouth, new hampshire to the sea coast to the north shore and ipswich 59 and marblehead gets to 60 and you will see a couple of those lower 60s, hull, hung am and then duxbury and plymouth and norwood 64, same in framingham and fitchburg today
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62 manchester, new hampshire, afternoon. tonight we fall back to the 40s, wake up to the temperatures early tomorrow morning and then we actually rebound much higher tomorrow, norwood 70, same in framingham, lawrence, manchester, new hampshire, boston and worcester both in the upper 60s and the warm weather is week. i'm going to pull in some late day clouds on thursday but going to keep it dry until the overnight hours and that's when you see some spot showers form and continue into the friday morning commute. even if you see future cast come back over, it has just updated and for that friday morning commute it is favoring eastern and southeastern massachusetts a little bit more than previous runs and even at that it is just spot showers for the middle of the day we will see a little bit of dry period with clouds breaking up and this is front end up coming through late on friday and bring us last batch of rain before we start to cool down into the weekend and friday looking for potential of near
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is what we are forecasting now and guess what, 73 that is the actual record high in boston set in 1959, 70 is record high in worcester 75 and concord, new hampshire so going to be close if not break it by saturday 62, how about lower 50s on sunday and then gradual warm-up through the 50s into early next week. back to you guys. >> daniel: tomorrow earth will know a little bit more about mars. nasa unveil ongoing exploration of red planet and agency made an aircraft studying mars since 2014 trying to figure out how the planet lost most of the atmosphere. mars air used be thick enough to support bodies of surface water. deciding to give up on getting instagram, coming up next reason social media model has turned off all of her accounts and what she is hoping other teams will learn from her decision.
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so good for her being real. shiri, how is forecast? >> shiri: 60 this afternoon, well above average and 70s back in town thursday and friday and period of rain thursday night and probably again friday night and a little heads up now, it is possible that the friday morning commute is going to be wet in spots. i'm not seeing downpours but just for your planning purposes weekend cooldown. >> daniel: thank you so much
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