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the grislfind tha could bring new murder charges today. complete new england news coverage starts now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> daniel: good morning, it is wednesday, december 30. i am daniel miller in today for gene lavanchy. >> sara: i am sara underwood. very cold out there this morning. this is the 6th day in december that we have actually fall that we have actually fall below freezing. fox25 storm tracker weather meteorologist shiri spear joins us now with how long it will take to warm up. >> shiri: just goes to show how mild it has been this december. new year's eve looks great and today and overnight tonight that i have got some concerns. current conditions 25 in boston current conditions 25 in boston. 24 in beverly. 20s out to worcester, southern new hampshire. freezing now in plymouth at 31. although there isn't a lot to zoom into as far as showers or flurries go there is enough moisture to create icy
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temperatures in boston in the upper 20s here. it will take until noontime to get at or above freezing in most spots. mild location today southeastern massachusetts. you can see by lunchtime, we have 40s popping down across the cape, and then for the evening commute, we have a lot of those 30s out there. a lot of middle 30s. in fact he gets you home from work and 36 to 42 for your range of highs. mostly cloudy with patchy drizzle, a couple of flurries today. overnight tonight, another round of freezing rain that we will break down for you coming up. julie grauert with live drive julie grauert with live drive-time traffic starting us off north of the city. >> julie: yes, i am, shiri, and things on the traffic map looks like they are moving along well. no major accidents to report. over on the pike, still things wide open. overall volume is light. starting to see a few more cars head out the door, but we have the crystallized ice on the traffic camera and you will see it on the roads as
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24 minutes on the pike to mass ave. 17 minutes on expressway from the braintree split to the pike. 24 minutes on 128 south from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. sara and daniel, back to you. we are following breaking news in hamilton. a young man crashes his car into a frigid pond. >> that driver was able to get out on his own, but now he is facing serious charges. fox25's catherine parrotta is live at the hamilton police department where the driver's own father picked him up less than an hour ago, catherine. you. >> reporter: yes, he was actually inside the lobby of the police department when i went in there to get more information. the police department, they did give me an accident summary about all of this just before we went on the air with you before 5:00 and we learned that the 21-year-old driver is facing four charges including in oui, speeding, operating without headlights and a lane violation. video of that driver leaving the police department. take a look.
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driver james chase of beverly leaving the police department around 5:15 or so this morning. his father pulled up to the door and they left without a word as you can see. chase was released on personal recognizance. this is video from the scene of the crash before 2 a.m. on the crash before 2 a.m. on shebako road. it crashed into the pond and submerged to hits wheels. our crew at the scene told us that the driver himself got himself out of the vehicle. the accident summary said an ambulance was called to the scene but the driver was not injured in all of this. police tell me that james chase, the driver here, will possibly be arraigned tomorrow, but our crew at the scene told us something else about the road and said this could have partially contributed to the we will tell you what we learned of the conditions coming up next half hour. live in hamilton, catherine parrotta, fox25 morning news. concern from riders as the t runs into trouble during the
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blue line passengers had to wait for shuttle buses during the evening rush hour. trains could not run because of a broken grate and underground tunnels. the trains are runs as normal. yesterday are a frozen switch slowed trains on the red line during the morning rush. several buses ran into trouble. route 39 buses could not get past this section of clarendon street. it took an hour to clear the ice and get those buses moving again. the weather causing problems at the airport as well problems at the airport as well. in the next half hour, how delays and cancellations are -- if you were headed out the door, the fox25 weather app. a kidnapping case turns into a murder investigation as police positively identify remains found by a hunter in upton.
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in avon this morning where the grisly discovery comes two years to the day he disappeared disappeared, jess. >> reporter: it does, sara. the victim's name is james robertson. we know his family has been searching for him for two years now and just a few months ago they passed out hunters at the blue hill reservation. remains found over the weekend are those of his son. a hunter found those remains on sunday afternoon. robertson was last seen at his parents' home in avon on new year's day, 2014 pen two men dressed as police officers came to him hoes for a probation to him hoes for a probation-related drug test. four men have been charged in his disappearance. alfred richie and scott morrison of norfolk are accused of showing up as police officers that day. those two took robertson to james feeney of dedham who
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whole kidnapping. michael showner a former dedh new this morning canada. a coastal city in british columbia 85 miles northeast of seattle. the quake was a magnitude of 4 the quake was a magnitude of 4.9. no knowledge of tsunamis and no reports of any damage so far. a earthquake hit southern california. it jarred some residents you go no incidents or injuries. a plow hit two people in kingsboro -- tyngsborough. the plow hit a man and a woman.
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they were taken to a nearby hospital and they are expected to be okay. the driver has not been charged the driver has not been charged. a car and plow nearly crash into each other in and over. pulling that gun. he and the plow driver got out of their vehicles and started arguing after they nearly collided by the apartment building. mccollum flashed the gun. his attorney said that the plow driver should not have been on the road. >> his license is suspend and driving with his chocolate lab. he tolders? it was a bb gun but later admitted it was a .09 admitted it was a .09-millimeter. he said he shouldn't have lied but the plow driver punched him first. mccallum is . boston police are searching for a vehicle spotted leaving the scene of a murder in mat pa pan. breaking in our 9 a.m.
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two young men were found. witnesses saw a black acura speeding away from the area right after the shooting. and revere police are searching for a second doesn't month. 36-year-old bicep so of effort the reis -- of everett is wanted for murder. another suspect michael deleon was arrested date after the shooting. a deadly crash on christmas eve have many people in one local town calling for safer intersections. karen evers was leaving the library and going through the crosswalk. an out-of-state driver struck and killed her. the crosswalks on washington especially at night. her family believes that traffic signs and traffic lights could have prevented her
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>> they need to look at the sidewalk situation before somebody else gets killed. it could be a kid or another mother moth error. >> daniel: they will discuss the sidewalk concerns in january. they were determining whether the driver will face charges. a man is offering a reward for the return of a plow stolen from his front add yard. richard hugh said someone toll the $700 plow outside his home the night before the storm. every winter he uses the plow to make extra cash clearing driveways and parking lots. he is offering $100 to whoever returns it to him. hoping these photos will track down an indecent assault suspect. the man in the picture assaulted a woman after following her from the red line to the green line at the park street station yesterday. they say he is about 5 into the 7 and between 20 -- 5'7" in between 20 and 25 years old. a massachusetts family who
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iraq a now dealing with a devastating fire. flames damaged the o'hare family's home. all of them were asleep at the time. 2007 marine lance corporal walter o'hare was killed in the fire. >> we are glad god didn't take another didn't take another person. there are people worse off than me. i think i will get by. >> daniel: a go fund me account has been set up to help fire. two mattapoisett police for save for saving an entire family. the officers were working overnight shift when they very ponded to a home on a report of a loud noise. we they arrived they heard what sounded like an alarm. help in pounded on the door and realized there were homeowner and the house was killed.carbon
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>> if that is my family, i would want the officer to go through every he to make sure everybody was safe. >> sara: the family of five just moved into the house. they believe that the carbon monoxide came from a brand-new gas fireplace that they used for the first time that night. we track traffic and weather every ten minutes and ice will be an issue for you on the roads. right now an 11-minute chute from 93 south from the cloverleaf to the leverett connector. first here is shiri. mostly cloudy skies out there, and i have a little fog and sprinkle or temperature in and that means we have enough moisture to create some icy roads. now 25. 27 at 7 a.m. by 8 a.m., 28 degrees. protecting people as they ring in the new year. the extra security in place around the world. and happening today, an affluent teen returns to the
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happening today, the so happening today, the so-called affluenza teen will be returning home in cuffs. ethan couch was convicted in a drunk driving crash that left four people dead. he got ten years' probation after his lawyer said his
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knowing right from wrong. they threw a going away party before going to puerta before going to puerta vallarta. they tracked him down after he used a phone to order a pizza. a man made it harder for himself as he posted a video on facebook. tracked him down. they are using that video he posted as evidence. friends and family said he is just going through a rough time time. >> he is very smart. he is just going through a lot. it is too much for him to handle. >> daniel: his girlfriend haven't said what he has been going through, but he faced operating a vehicle while impaired charges twice before in 2007 and 2011. this morning an actor from the hit tv show "glee" is charged with possessing child porn. police arrested mark salling at his home. police knocked but when no one answered they used a battering
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macy's said customers can return them for store credit. on friday, women in california will be able to demand the same salary as male co-workers without fear of being retaliated against. the state has passed the strongest equal pay law. it requires employers to be sued if they have reasons. it also it helps women who ask companies to provide salary information. starting on the expressway, per hour. and i would say really take it slow out there because there are patches of ice that can sneak up on you that you don't ground. things are moving fine on route 1 and 93 south. route 1 in saugus. you can see the reflection of the wet roads off of those head lights. over to those live drive times. to the tobin. 24 minutes from 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector.
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route 1 in peabody to thes re. storm tracker meteorologist shiri spear joining us and you are reminding people dress for the 20s now, 30s this afternoon and keep your eyes peeled for a temperature in or a sprinkle. >> reporter: i guess the good news no accumulating snow or sleet or anything like we did yesterday, julie. but can be icy and slippery out there. but yesterday almost an inch of snow in boston and inch and a half in worcester and that's it so far this season which lands us well below normal snowfall totals. drizzle and fog this morning and even flurries will help keep those roadways slick and slippery in spots until noontime today. you got to be real careful out there. mostly dry. a lot of clouds around for your wednesday. overnight, though, we have rain. which means we need to watch out for more icy spots for the thursday morning commute and can't escape these icy conditions. 25 in boston and a threat even
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untreated sidewalks, roads. that is what we are most concerned about this morning. 25 degrees feels like 15. because there is a breeze. and this is your slow warm-up. upper 20s at 8 a.m. by 10:00, 32 degrees. 33 at noon. so it takes all the way into lunchtime today to be above freezing, and then we crack the middle 30s there in boston. somewhere cooler like fitchburg at 25 degrees right now. actually this is worcester at 23 degrees right now. also feels like the teens. so you can see here temperatures only get up to about 33 degrees. so we are close to freezing all day longer have us is somewhere like plymouth at 31 degrees. mostly cloudy. a little bit foggy out there and temperatures a little bit closer to 40 there closer to 40 this afternoon. 40s from norwood to plymouth to new bedford. and upper 40s for the cape and island. 38 in beverly. 37 in lawrence. 35 in worcester and 35 in nashua and portsmouth, new hampshire.
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don't see much popping up. could be misty and even a few flurries mixing in from boston northward and plymouth down in the cape and islands if we see anything this morning will likely be more of a little patch drizzle and that's it. through the afternoon we will keep the chance for a little drizzle or temperature in especially along the coastline but the real rain not until 7 to 10 p.m. tonight. this is when we get our next batch of hours. some pink mixing in to the north of boston where we get icy conditions. steadiest rain over southeastern massachusetts ends by about 7:00 tomorrow morning. i think 10:00 at the very latest. but this is the freezing rain advisory that is going into effect starting at 7:00 this evening. weapon have to watch out point north of worcester. the bess opportunities for ties this icy spots. temperatures overnight close to
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46 your high tomorrow. we dry out very quickly. and slowly the clouds will break apart so it turns brighter. quiet for you in year's eve. temperatures if you are going to be out there for midnight or late thursday night, however you want to look at it, temps will be 45 to 50 degrees for mid. 41 your high on if i and 80s this weekend. a popular sight for parents and -- a site for parent and nanny nannies are under the microscope. how people with questionable backgrounds end up taking care of kids.
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twitter has revoyzed their rules of conduct following calls from critics for the site to crack down on extremists. prohibits abusive behavior and cannot promote violence or threatening. twitter says the new rules are a step in the right direction but the real test will be how the site enforces the rules.
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get to sleep early on new year's eve. kids-friendly countdowns. year. this follows a survey that the company conducted that found that most parents prefer to get their kids to bed early. >> julie: good luck with that. head over to julie and daniel. >> julie: check this out a catholic priest in the philippines is in trouble for his christmas eve service. >> daniel: pretty interesting. >> julie: seen riding on one of the hoverboards singing down the aisle. the catholic diocese has condemned it and suspended on him. many on facebook said they liked the priest's idea and would have attracted young people to the church. >> daniel: do you imagine if he fell off while singing? >> julie: that would be dangerous. >> daniel: a live report from logan airport for the delays the next half hour. >> julie: one man was waiting for days to get home to propose for his girlfriend so he proposed over text messages
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airport forever 37 he was stranded at chicago's o'hare and was trying to get to phoenix to propose to his girlfriend. >> daniel: he took a photo of the ring. marry me. took hours to pick this ring out. none of them were good enough for you. she wrote back oh my god, serious, baby, yes, i am bawling my eyes out right now, o mg. >> julie: are you serious, baby? baby, yes. >> daniel: baby, baby, baby. >> julie: save that text forever. a mysterious light is getting a spooky spin in new orleans. a woman posted this picture of what looks like a christmas tree or ghost glowing in a hospital vacant since hurricane patricia hurricane katrina. one man wanted to see for it one man wanted to see for itself what was causing it. a pair of lights and a piece of card board. he wrote on instagram, the only thing scary about this is how much the city spends to keep
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wow, incredible. >> julie: at least it wasn't related to a hover craft like everything seems to be this season. a look at shiri and the forecast. hi, shir. >> shiri: mostly dry conditions and watch out for a couple of drops and. ice icy conditions until tomorrow morning and an hour-by-hour look when we come back. daniel was just talking about this. logan airport dealing with big delays and cancellations. there t could be days of bad weather. yea, it's nespresso.
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at 6:30, winter isn't budging. conditions this morning. if you don't have a garage, you will be scraping ice off your windshield. good morning, everyone, and thank you so much for joining us. i am sara underwood. >> daniel: i am daniel miller in for gene lavanchy. storm tracker meteorologist shiri spear is tracking out the warm-up. >> shiri: conditions this morning, did you feel it if you walked outside. the coldest morning since march. since march, guys, that is nine months. this is what we have. a little bit of moisture hanging tight in spots like plymouth and worcester. boiling down to light fog. i don't have dense fog this
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the fact we might get a little bit of mist or snowflakes that have nothing to zoom into here and i have reports kind of some damp conditions on the roads, and the problem will be some ice, because right now plymouth is at 31 degrees. i have taunton at 29. below freezing temperatures. 20s go strong in norwood at 26. boston at 25. woburn and malden at 24 degrees. lowell at 23. 23 in worcester. 24 from town send to nashua. so it is a cold start to the day. we are dressing for the 20s for the morning commute and 30s for the afternoon. noontime scoot up to 34 degrees and that means all morning long, potential for icy spots on the roads ends up being mostly cloudy. best chance for showers rolls in after 7:00 tonight and i will walk you through those coming up. but right now julie grauert, get you right over to her. she has had her eyes on the roads this morning. what do you have? >> julie: i am seeing the most volume on the expressway.
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as the traffic is concerned. as you head out the door as shiri mentioned the ice on the roads that will be a problem matter. you can see some of the ice still on our lens on the live picture and what you will be seeing on the roads. your live drive time. 13 minutes on the pike from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel. 13 minutes on 95 from 495 to 128. 12 minutes on 128 northbound from university avenue in west from university avenue in westwood. sara and daniel, back to you. the snow and ice are clear will you the travel headaches persist for those who need to fly. thousands of flights have been delayed or cancelled across the country and already a handful of cancellations. michael henrich is live at logan airport and people have been told it could be days before they go home, michael. >> reporter: a tough traffic situation for a lot of people, sara. live outside terminal a where
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we will talk to morning travelers in just a few minutes minutes. as it stands according to the board two mites have.-- two flights have been cancelled a flight to house houston and a 6 a.m. flight to cincinnati. all the flights on the board are on time or pretty much on time. even so the backlog of passengers is significant. just yesterday here at logan 1 just yesterday here at logan 126 flights were cancelled and nearly 350 flights delayed. one couple spoke to fox25 as they tried to get home to austin, texas. >> reporter: when did they say they might be able to get you out. >> the first is the soonest we can get to texas at all, houston -- >>reporter: the first, are you serious? >> houston, austin, dallas, the first. >> reporter: that is brutal and those cities are not close to one another. they have to drive a long way even if they had a flight to houston and dallas.
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some are booking passengers on competing airlines to get those people home. even as things smooth out many planes are out of condition because of the bad whether over the weekend. we will keep a close eye on the board inside here at logan as soon as we pop in. reporting live, michael henrich, fox25 news. breaking news in hamilton where a young man crashed his car into a frigid pond. on his own. fox25's catherine parrotta live at the hamilton police department where he is facing serious charges. good morning, catherine. >> reporter: good morning, daniel. facing four charges oui, speeding, driving without headlights and a lane violation violation. he was released on personal
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-- recognizance. we want to show you video of what this scene looked like just before 2:00 this morning and shebako road here in hamilton. the car was driven by james chase of beverly and it crashed into the bond. fire fighters were sent in wearing red suits to get that car out. police tell me it submerged only to about its wheels. according to a crew at the scene the driver is able to get the road out and the rote was narrow and winding and this partially contributed to the crash. this driver will likely be arraigned possibly tomorrow. probably will not happen today is what they are telling me and, again, he was released from the police department here on his own recognizance. we were here in the parking lot when he left the police department. we were able to get video of the driver. we will have that for you next half hour. live in hamilton, catherine parrotta, fox25 morning news. new this morning, relatives of the massachusetts teenager killed in the terror attack in
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tragedy. the parents of ezra schwartz flew to israel on thursday. the 18-year-old from sharon was killed last month when gunmen open fired on cars stuck in a traffic jam. schwartz was spending a gap year in israel after graduating from a school in brookline. on sunday his parents went to the scene where he was killed. and several recent cases found waltham-based failed to properly conduct background checks of caregivers background checks of caregivers. the issue came up again when a boston nanny was arrested for stealing $300,000 from the family she worked for. the woman had spent time in jail and on probation when she registered on the web site. the company is dealing with lawsuits from nebraska and wisconsin after they say their babies were killed by nanny nannies. another presidential candidate is pulling out of the
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former new york governor george pataki says he is ending his white house bud bid. pataki received little to no support in polls. hillary clinton is heading back to new hampshire in the new year as her husband hits the campaign trail on her behalf. clinton made her way to the granite state yesterday holding town hall events in sports mouth in berlin. she tacked about the plan for alzheimer's. bill clinton will visit new hampshire on monday in the first campaign trip of the year exeter. meanwhile, winter weather kept jeb bush out of new hampshire this weekend. he had to cancel his planned town hall in peterborough yesterday. it will be rescheduled for a great date. his opponent ohio governor john cassic was able to make it to
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events in nashua and keene. one of the hottest toys sent two family sent two families to the emergency room. hoverboardss can catch fire and explode. one lynnfield mom said her child was a pro but she fell off when she tried and smashed her head on the pavement and she is warning other families to be careful. >> if you were on it for 10 minutes, 20 minutes, kids need to wear a helmet because what happened to me can happen to anyone. >> daniel: she is okay but had to spend fight hours on the er. we talked to another whose daughter fell face first. a pretty clear. she went into a store and jumped children's clothesing into her bag until it was full. when she was finished she left and came back for more. police are hoping that someone will recognize her from this picture. last 20 years, there has been one constant in the legendary rivalry between the
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tonight, kobe bryant will make his final appearance at the garden. bryant is retiring at the end of the season. should be an interesting night. a brutal battle on the ice in the gardens, bruins and senators dropping the gloves a few time. brad marchand getting involved about the with the rough start. reviewing this low hit from the first period of last night's game and marchand could be suspended for the winter classic. also plenty of goals last night. dorchester's jimmy hayes with a huge night. he converts the two on one with max talbalt with the sect on the night. a second remaining hayes gets the hot check. bruins win 7-3. next up montreal outdoors at gillette stadium. new hampshire native chip kelly is no longer a nfl head coach. the philadelphia eagles fired kelly yesterday. 26 26-21 in three years with the eagles. the team has six wins this
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toe offense has struggled to produce points. kelly was a star high school player in manchester and coached at unh before gaining national attention as the head coach at the university of oregon. we track traffic and weather every ten minutes. right now a 24-minute drive time on 93 southbound from 495 in andover down to the zakim bridge. however, i would budget another 10, maybe 15 minutes in so you can take it nice and slow out there because there are icy spots out there on the roads. shiri? >> shiri: you don't want to risk it. the winds from the north pulling in this cooler air today and although winds are running 10 miles per hour in post. it is making it feel like in the teens. we have wind chills in the teens from boston to worcester to northeastern mass. a slow look at that warm-up today when we come back. feeling the burn in the bay state. why new hampshire is not the only new england state getting more attention from
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people are dead in missouri and you can see why. an entire town submerged. the river has rose to levels never seen before. the governor issued a state of emergency. the threat remains high. >> water levels in some location are expected to exceed the historic crest of the great flood in 1993 which caused significant and widespread devastation. >> daniel: many of the 13 deaths occurred when rising waters swept away cars. missouri will be dealing with the historic flooding through early next week. this morning, investigators in alaska want to know why a pilot that crashed a plane into a building was allowed at the controls.
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member of the civil air patrol but was not authorized to fly the plane that hit a building in anchorage yesterday. the pilot was killed and no one in the building was hurt. the civil air patrol helps the disaster relief missions across the country. the clock is ticking down on 2015 and while new year's eve is a time of celebration, also a moment of concern in the era of terror. fox's kelly wright shows us how cities around the world are trying to keep new year's partiers safe. >> reporter: as we say goodbye to a troubled year, authorities around the world are trying to safe. tensions are especially high in muscles about two -- brussels where two people are under arrest accused in a possible terrorist plot. all of belgium has been on edge since the november 13 terrorist attack. security is also tight in europe for you in year's eve.
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the new year's eve celebrations in london. we say the general threat level is severe in the uk and will be that way for some time. >> reporter: in california preps for the tournament of roses parade with unprecedented precautions are being taken. this year's grand marshal is filmmaker ken burns who take a fatalistic approach. >> none of us get out of this alive but we have to celebrate life, and the only way in which these terrorists win is if we succumb to the fear they wish to create in us. we can not do that. >> reporter: in new york police say times square will be the safest place on earth as 2015 turns into 2016. on new year's eve, the department will be out in force. there will be tremendous number of officers who you will see. there will be many officers you won't see. there will be obvious security measures that you will see and a number measures you won't see. >> reporter: an estimated 1 million people are expected in an around times square to ring in the new year.
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started in 1907, and it was only interrupted during world only interrupted during world war ii blackout. in washington, kelly wright, fox news. police commissioner bill morning and we will be asking him about the security plans for boston's celebration. we will also talk about crime in the city and why the murder. murder right is down for the year. join me for that interknew just about an hour. good morning, 6:47. route 3 south of town first. things are moving along fine from 228 in rockland past route 18 into weymouth and braintree 18 into weymouth and braintree. the main roads that feed to 128 the main roads that feed to 128. 24, 128 and 95 looking good. the expressway the highest volume around morrissey boulevard. quite a few brake lights. the roads are slippery and slick. here are your live drive times.
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braintree split. 24 minutes to 128. 17 minutes from the braintree split to columbia road. fox25 stormtracker weather meteorologist shiri spear joining us. and shiri, the coldest it has been since march. we heard you correctly, didn't we? >> shiri: yeah, you did. we hit those overnight lows late last night around 10 p.m., but the coldest overnight that we had since march. since march, folks. normal low we would wake up to 24 degrees. this is actually normal for this time of the year. we just haven't been normal so far this month. average high 37. we are basically going to be on track for a light december day. let's go ahead and dress for wind chills in the teens this morning. but you can see that we do have the slow warm-up today with 28 degrees by 8 a.m. by 10 a.m. 32 degrees and we sneak it up to 33 by noontime today. it is a very slow warm-up and
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lunchtime and boston hits the upper 30s for highs. not so concerned about this system stalled out to the north and this system will bring us weather in the form of rain and freezing rain overnight. we don't get much during the daylight hours. this is no more than a couple of flurries or sprinkles giving us really only choice of precipitation. after 7:00 and after to 10:00. pockets of heavier rain and will be looking up to a quarter inch of rain. heaviest i suspect over southeastern massachusetts to the north and west of boston. you see those numbers. these are trace amounts of ice accumulation because temperatures will be close to freezing in these spots and from boston to worcester northward. we have that concern. a freezing rain advisory for the worcester area and into southern new hampshire. i wouldn't be surprised if that had to be expanded closer to boston. we don't see very much happening on futurecast until 10:00 when we have that rain moving on in and the pink to the north, that is the freezing rain.
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it is long gone. the clouds are breaking apart and we have sunshine in here. so unfortunately it is the morning commute that we will be impacted by showers and ice impacted by showers and icy spots, but it will tend to dry out. this afternoon let's plan on mostly cloudy skies. highs in the low to mid-40s here across southeastern mass here across southeastern boston hits 38 degrees. the same in brookline, framingham. worcester into 35 worcester into 35. lows tonight, though, this is why i am concerned, because i have lawrence at 32. framingham, 33. just a degree above freezing. so if it ends up being a little cooler, what do you know. we have ice there as well. the seven-day forecast. tomorrow's high gets to 46 degrees and after early showers we clear on out. friday, partly cloudy and friday, partly cloudy and thrust and 41. 40 over the weekend, breezy and
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back to you guys. >> sarah: all right, shiri. the best stocking stuffier ever ever. how the local woman is paying back her brother who got her a winning lotto ticket for christmas. new at 7:00, before the patriots take on the doll tins over the weekend. new concern of the equipment on
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the new report r john kasich's an impatient rascal. paces, pushes. but, unlike some, his state is now booming. unlike some, john kasich has proven he can do the job. brought back jobs from mexico and china. keep us safe, make us boom. because he's done it before. only an impatient rascal can bring america back. john kasich. new day for america is
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a new report out this morning finds that most people who survive painkiller overdoses are still prescribed the same drugs by their doctors. research found those results in more than 90% of cases where patients oded on drugs like oxycontin, vicadin and percoset. those patients had twice the odds of overdosing again. and in many cases doctors who continue to prescribe the narcotics didn't know their overdose. another new study shows that exercise early in life can promote a healthy brain. according to researchers, exercise
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the community of organisms in the stomach in positive ways. doctors are not sure why, it can positively effect the human brain and metabolism own the whole course of life. reality star rob kardashian is rushed to the hospital. according to tmz doctors have diagnosed the 29-year-old with diabetes. he suffered from depression and weight gain over recent years. unlike the rest of his family on "keeping up with the kardashians" he avoided the public high for the past two years. . >> sara: ready for this? there is talk this morning of a guns and roses reunion. original band members axl rose and slash will come together again this spring at the coach again this spring at the coachella music festival. their first joint stage appearance in over two decades and could launch a possible north american summer tour. a rare sight in rhode
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this is a 50-foot hump back whale. he heard a colossal splash in narragansett bay. the whale was halfway up when he saw it splashing around for 45 minutes. humpbacks are not supposed to be lingering around there this time of year. the can en dee clan welcome the can en dee clan welcomed their newest member. congressman joe kennedy and his wife introduced their daughter eleanor and plan to call her elie and grateful for all the received. a christmas present turned into a big windfall for a massachusetts woman. shankay received a $10 scratch brother. that ticket ended up being a $1 million winner. she chose the cash option, received a one-time payment of $650,000. the lottery says she plans to use some of the money to help her niece and nephew pay for college. can you imagine.
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>> daniel: she didn't say anything about helping her brother. i am sure she will. all right. still ahead this morning, something you might expect from a new bee, leaving a sunroof open during the snowstorm. the life longer new englander who made this mistake and the nickname it earned him online. worcester 21. coldest since march. how long your town or city stay how long your town or city stays below freezing is next. all new at 7:00, i will sit down one on one with boston police commissioner bill evans. how his department is tackling terrorism terrorism threats from here and
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plan after trying brookside crunchy clusters, @carlybeyar tweeted: at this point, i should just be a brookside chocolate ambassador. well, i am sorry, carly... it' s something you earn. brookside.
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