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massachusetts and new hampshire as well. we are following the big ballot issues and the big senate race in the granite state. >> sara: a look at the tight races that could go either way and where we are expecting long lines to vote. >> gene: good morning, thank you for being with us on this tuesday morning, november 8. it is finally election day. i am gene lavanchy. >> sara: a and i am sara underwood. no weather woes for election day but you will need a coat and gloves early this morning. meteorologist shiri spear in the storm tracker weather center with what weather take us to the 50s. >> shiri: back to the 60s. at lunchtime back in the 60s. 38 in boston and losing another degree laguardia hour. 27 in nashua and bedford. 26 in norwood and 32 in plymouth. of you starting out freezey if plymouth. of you starting out freezey if not frostbitey out frosty. oftentimes very, very cold and temperatures this hour probably
a.m. somerville at 41 degrees. by 10 a.m., 52. we are back in the lower 50s by early this afternoon and sun is not budging. . showers and more on that. gene, back to you. crews are getting back to work as they deal with a water main break in boston right now. this happened in front of the boston college t stop. now the water is now shut off, but we are learning of some service impacts. julie grauert as we look at this tuesday morning commute. >> julie: green line is being impacted. the green line d branch service please board at the intersection of commonwealth ave and lake street. the latest situation from the mbta. we will let you know if anything changes. waiting for the roads where just a few minutes ago we saw our drive times change colors right before our eyes. back ups stretching into
live drive times. 26 minutes on 24 from 106 to 128. 30 minutes on 3 south. 18 minutes on the expressway approaching the exit to the pike. back to you. we are following breaking news brookline. crews putting out a house fire on cypress creek. it started at the back of house and did damage to the second floor. there are no other reports of injuries to people living in the house. the weeks and months of overnight with early morning stump beaches by both candidates hillary clinton and donald trump made their final pitches in two battleground states hours after the first votes were cast in new hampshire overnight. >> sara: in the granite state, any community with less than 100 voters opened their polls at midnight and trump edged out clinton in three small towns. still a lot of votes left to be cast. >> and those votes are just the
long election day. we have a team reporters covering every angle. catherine parrotta and michael henrich are in polling places. fox25's chris flanagan in new york city where the presidential candidates will wait out the final numbers in what could be a very long night, chris. >> certainly could, gene. hillary clinton heads to the polls in about an hour at chappaquiddick new york. and donald trump will vote at 10:00 here in manhattan. the first time since 1944 both presidential candidates in new york city on election day. as you might imagine, security will be tight here in the big apple. the nypd deploying the biggest presence ever on election day. 5,000 officers will be scanning all around the city to keep us safe and many roads will be blocked. will be pretty dicey this afternoon in the city. campaign something over after a year and a half. it is over.
hillary clinton making a whirlwind tour last night visiting several battleground states. he landed early this morning. as a matter of fact, just a while ago at the westchester airport. he campaigned in four battleground states including making one final pitch to voters at a midnight rally in north carolina. >> so i want to you know and want to you spread the word, i do want to be president for all americans, not just some. not just the people who support president for everyone because we all have a role to play in building that better future. >> reporter: donald trump also making a last push. he ended a final day five state dash in grand rapids, michigan just hours after clinton campaigned there. trump joined on stage by ted nugent, a michigan native. trump urging voters not to give up as he expressed confidence that he can win this election.
government. so the first thing we should do, let's get rid of hillary okay. that's probably -- that would be a very good first step. >> reporter: now it is hurry up and wait. donald trump will have his party a mile behind me at the hilton and hillary clinton will hold center. live in new york city. chris flanagan, fox25 news. a leaked newsweek cover leading to more calls that the presidential system is rigged. someone posted this image apparently showing newsweek cover proclaiming hillary clinton as the winner of the link. newsweek have sent out their version of the cover showing trump the winner and said they make both covers so they are not rushed once the election has been decided. new hampshire was an important pit stop for both
the campaign. fox25's michael henrich is live at a polling place in nashua that has just opened up and michael, the candidates are working very hard to sway voter there is and donald trump even dropping names of very popular patriots. >> reporter: we will see what influence the name dropping will have on the race. you will see his comments. but the action behind me. the electoral actions, voters are heading into amherst street elementary schoohe just opened up at the top of the hour. new hampshire is a key part of either party's victory in the electoral college. the four electoral swing votes. polls are neck and neck between clinton and trump and both came here multiple times in recent weeks and in recent days. some held a rally in manchester and president obama campaigned
in durham. at trump's raleigh where the republican nominee en forecasted patriots to make his final push. >> tom brady. great guy. great guy. he called today and he said, donald, i support you. you are my friend. and i voted for you he writes, coach belichick, congratulations on a tremendous campaign. you proved to be the ultimate competitor and fighter your leadership is amazing. i always had tremendous respect for you but the toughness and perseverance you display over past year is remarkable. now for what it is worth, brady told weei in the weekly
not voted yet and if he is registered in the bay state, brady would need to drop an absentee ballot off by noon for order to him vote. in person, early voting ended a couple of days ago. brady's wife gisel tweeted on instagram that the pair is not backing trump. either way, they are not registered here in new hampshire. how much influence it will have remains to be seen. the polls here at this location are now open. it vary that's why we link you up to the info that you can find your polling place opening hours at fox25boston.com. so check it out before you head to the polls. now i am live in nashua, michael henrich, fox25 news. now 6:08. the balance of power in the u.s. senate also at stake touring today's volt. one of the states that could tip the scales is new hampshire. fox25's daniel miller joins us now. daniel, a fierce fight between these candidates.
tonight, and the balance of power is also on line. in new hampshire, ayotte is in a very tight race, and just one of a handful of races up for grabs tonight. a total of 34. take a look at this map here. there are seven races that the polls show could go either way and many of them are in swing states including nevada, missouri, indiana, new hampshire and, of course, north republicans hold 54 seats meaning democrats have to flip four seats to gain control if clinton win and five if donald trump wins. some polls showing ayotte in the lead. both candidate made their final pitches to voters yesterday. ayotte had 19 events planned and governor hassan had supporters in peterborough before joining president obama at unh. while hassan has assigned herself strongly with hillary clinton, ayotte has done the
very opposite with donald trump. haven't enforced ill and said she will not vote for him. we will see how this plays out as voters go to the polls. daniel miller, fox 25 news. here in massachusetts, state leaders are expected a total of 3 million people to vote. voters are not only taking candidates, but they are deciding on four controversial questions on the ballot. catherine parrotta is live at a polling place in framingham which is set to open in a little less thana an hour, >> reporter: vote voters are arriving getting set up. two precincts. across the state polls open at 7:00 and open at 8:00 tonight and interesting to see what the polling numbers are like. how many voters turn out. >> reporter: the first election where massachusetts allowed early voting from october 24 to november 4 and many communities saw great success. the state has 4.5 million registered voters and more than 1 million cast their ballots
today is expected to be a busy day at the polls. in addition, voters are weigh in on four ballot questions, two have divide the not only voters but our local leaders. one of those questions is question two. if the state should allow 12 approvals each year for you in charter schools or enrollment in existing charter schools but enrollment can't exceed more than 1% of public school enrollment. governor charlie baker has been -- even says charter schools give parents a choice and provide a pathway for students trapped in a failing school. boston mayor marty walsh is urging voters to vote no on question two that it will drain district budgets. the other question we heard a lot about was question 4 that deals with the legal education of marijuana. if the state will allow people over the age of 2 to possess, use and distribute.
will tax marijuana, accessories and products. they have been urging a no vote portraying marijuana as a gateway drug that will transform the state's main street. supporters of question 4 say prohibiting marijuana use doesn't work and makes tense to tax and regulate it. there are two other ballot questions as well. question one deals with whether or not the gaming commission should license one additional slots parlor. question three, the of animal for food. questions that you will need to weigh in on. the polls open at 7:00 across the state. and those polls open at 7:00 tomorrow of the hour and fox25 has team coverage for you throughout the day. chris flanagan will be joined by blair miller and kerry kavanaugh in new york city. their live reports at 4:00 this afternoon. fox news will bring you coverage starting at 7:00 and we will be back on the air at 8:00 to bring you up to the minute results throughout the evening. we track traffic and
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six people under arrest. fox25 sent thus video of the chaos during a celebrity meet and greet. they were forced to use pepper spray as the crowd started throwing brick and glass at them. jessica reyes live at the cambridge galleria. they were there to meet a celtics player and rapper and
inside this mall last night. more than 1,000 people came to see that rapper and that celtics player and things got out of control so quickly that police had to come in with not only mace but dogs to break everything up. >> reporter: crazy keen inside the cambridge side galleria. people shoving their way to get a look at rapper designer and celtics newest draft pick jalen brown. they tried to calm the crowd of 1,000 but things got out of trampled over. it was ridiculous. >> reporter: police were brought in full force coming out with k-9s to control the brought in full force coming out with k-9s to control the . >> we had to height in h&m. >> reporter: they were assaulted with glass and bricks and had to use mace to break up the crowd. >> we were literally ten feet away. it was crazy.
outside but by then, police had enough. >> they gathered and decided to squat there at which point the police made a wall and moved everyone down. >> reporter: so a pretty scary scene for everyone. six people were arrested. six people under the age of 18, four boys and two girls. they are now facing a handful of misdemeanors for this and are due in court in just a few hours. live in cambridge, jessica reyes, fox25 news. today lawyers of boston marathon bomber dzhokhar tsarnaev will be back in federal court fighting for an appeal. robel philipos was convicted of lying to the fbi during the bombing investigation, but his lawyer said his confession was coerced by a federal agent. philipos himself will not appear in court. the outcome when the section wraps up. toll plaza demolition is in place in most spots.
moving to phase two. traffic will be detoured into newly paved section of the road and drivers can still travel at a posted work zone speed. the second phase of toll remove was not scheduled until after thanksgiving so julie, the good news, they are ahead of schedule. >> i love to hear that. no complaints. good morning, everyone, the expressway still looking okay from the braintree split into boston. 128 moving along without issue. a little bit of volume being on 95 as you approach 128. north of the pike brand-new accident that happened right after the cloverleaf from 93 south. so drive time just slightly. things starting to low down on the zakim and leverett connector. here are your live drive times. 18 minutes from route 1 to the tobin. 22 minutes on the expressway. 37 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now with a look at today's weather headlines. shiri. >> shiri: absolutely.
starting frosty and freezing. good-looking but not necessarily good feeling. scattered rain by tomorrow and very cold by the weekend. we have a cup of different seasons during the course of one day. 38 in boston. 26 degrees in norwood. 30 in fitchburg. at least we have the clear conditions out there. and by the afternoon, check out all the 60s and feel like may. 61 in boston and plymouth. 60 in ipswich. and cool spot the cape and islands and upper 50s which is still great for this time of the year. still above average. today easy going. warm and sunny and no excuses from the weather department not to get out there and vote. increasing clouds. we have a cold front that comes through and along the cold front we are going to find spotty rain showers. during the morning commute, best bet to see wet is up across central massachusetts, central and western massachusetts. by late in the morning and
area and last in boston until about 2 or 3:00 this afternoon and then for the evening drive, we have the showers focused over southeastern massachusetts. so before lunch to the north and west. after lunch to the south and east tomorrow. but even at that, it is not going to be a drencher for most of you. scattered rain maybe a couple of a 10th of an inch. that's it. clear through midnight. lows in the 40s. wake up to 40s in the morning and from there highs in the mid- to upper 50s. i tough to squeeze out the 60-degree reading tomorrow and temperatures stay in the 50s through the end of the workweek. 60s today. 56 with scattered rain tomorrow. 52 and dry on thursday. upper 50s back by friday and tracking some late, again, some spotty rain showers. saturday, cold day, windy and 45 with some flurries. back over to you, gene. >> gene: 6:21. a local woman is accused of
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sounds that cost about $2500 in damage to the carpet, calls, clothing and a computer. mcclain said she didn't think anyone would believe her so she had to take these pictures. >> well, it is hard to explain i was attacked by a bottle of salad dressing. i think he probably thought i was in the whiskey or something. she found out later that the dressing had been recalled. dorothy lynch said a bacteria in the product is bubbling causing the dressing to foam and spew and we have clear skies in the boston area. 38 degrees in the temperatures. no wind chills because the winds are nice and light. see how warm it will be for the afternoon when we are back with you after the break. and if you weren't afraid with flying before, this is not going to help. how passengers ended up wrangling that snake that slithered through coach. a local man is under arrest
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complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: now at 6:30. election day has finally arrived and both candidates had a late night trying to s+ way voters. >> tomorrow you can vote for a hopeful, inclusive -- >> tom and he said, donald, i support you. you are my friend. >> sara: we have a complete look at the big races including an early morning push to sway voters in new england. >> gene: 6:30 on election day. we appreciate you being with us. it is cold at least for now anyway. >> sara: it is cold and shiri spear said a big turn around by
we wil >> reporter: now that the sun is up, the warm-up can slowly begin. down to 40 degrees in worcester. look that the 29 in north grafton. 31 in boylston. 26 in hollis, new hampshire. mostly 20s and 30s on the map. upper 20s in continuation burry and natick. boston at 38 degrees. a little warmer in the city center. 33 duxbury, 31 in wareham and 28 in harwich. definitely a chill in the air. how we warm up in the boston area. 44 sunny skies. noontime come along. how about upper 50s and lower 60s. we hang tight to those temperatures through 3 p.m. 7:00 this evening if you are getting out and voting late. temperatures will be back in the lower 50s. even a little bit cooler in the suburbs a town-by-town look in a couple of minutes. julie grauert is with live drive time traffic and an accident update. >> julie: waiting for this
slowing near the cloverleaf. we shift south, expressway moving along fine. live pictures from skyfox on that water main break we have been reporting on all morning. com ave and lake street. we are working to clean it up and impacting after of green line. they are asking to board the station or go on to the station at com ave. 32 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass avenue. 22 minutes on the expressway. 28 minutes from peabody to the weston tolls. >> now it is time to head to the polls. >> wrapping up final speeches just a few hours ago and now the candidates will have to watch and wait. chris flanagan is live in new york city where donald trump and hillary clinton are both homing to throw a big party tonight, chris.
>> reporter: they certainly are. donald trump will hold his behind me. hillary clinton will be behind down the street at the javits center. after a whirlwind mad dash both holding midnight rallies, trump in michigan and hillary clinton in raleigh, north carolina. ending 575 days on the campaign trail. >> and years from today when your kids and grandkids ask what you do in 2016 when everything was on t l voted for a stronger, fairer, better america! >> we don't need jay-z or beyonce. we don't need jon bon jovi. we don't need lady gaga. all we need is great ideas to make america great again. that's all we need.
>> reporter: both candidates are here in new york city. security will be tight. the big apple looks like times square at new year's eve. 5,000 police officers will be working a special detail for election day and many streets closed here in manhattan. this is the first time that more than 70 years that both major presidential nominees will be in new york city on link night. now hillary clinton expected to go to the polls in about a half hour from now in new york. new york. -- chap by qua new york polls are opening in 30 minutes here in massachusetts. fox25 has team coverage all day long. chris flanagan will be joined tonight by blair miller and kerry kavanaugh in new york city. their live reports will start at 4:00 today. fox news will bring us live coverage at 7:00 and then will be back on at 8:00 and bring you up to the minute results all night long.
animal cruelty charges for killing her kitten in drunken rage. elie campbell was arrested and charged with the crime friday night. the police report said that campbell came home drunk and killed her 3-pound cat pumpkin. campbell said police have it all wrong. her neighbor accidentally ran over the kitten and pretended nothing happened. >> accidents do happen. all he had to do is explain that he ran our kitten over. drunken rage -- >> i had a reason for being crazy and mad, not at the cat. because of the cat that i flipped out from what i saw. >> gene: we tried to get a comment from the neighbor but the neighbor said they are moving out of that neighborhood because of the incident. >> reporter: a brighton man is being held without bail. keith herring pled not guilty to murder and other charges from malden district court. herring is accused of killing a 21-year-old during a drug deal on ferry street.
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6:38. we check traffic and weather every ten minutes. >> julie: a lot of kids don't have school today because it is election day, but we requirely see this on the expressway. 25 minutes from the braintree split to the exit to the pike. meteorologist shiri spear with us. and earlier this morning, we spotlight had to chip a little frt but things looking better. they are on their way out. >> shiri: temperatures are on the way up. if you leave the house do scraping action on the frost on the windshield. 20s and 30s. tons of sunshine. look beautiful. beautiful for that drive home from work as well. although we have 50s at 5 p.m. and i need to turn that icon dark because it will be dark by then. 60s in between the timeline on your warm-up and your town is 10 minutes away. gene.
teacher has been arrested of a allegedly crashing her car while under the influence. a world language teach her a blood-alcohol level more than twice the legal limit when crossed the double yellow line. charged with oui, driving to endanger and several other charges. flanagan expected back in court in december. a billerica man accused of hitting and dragging a police officer with obliniz and to be using drugs and hit the officer when he was trying to get away. that officer is expected to make a full recovery. he will be back in court for dangerousness hearing. two manchester police officers shot in the line of duty received one of new hampshire's top honors. officer ryan hardy and matt o'connor were awarded the metal of valor in a ceremony that included three dozen other officers and police dispatchers.
during the ceremony we learned how another officer bravely jumped into the fight. >> officer magee pretty much threw himself on matt. >> it was awful. i had to tell him everything would be okay even though i didn't know. he just looked at me and said go get the guy. >> officers hardy ander in back on duty. brangelina haspl coming up, why only one parent will be responsible for the
?? our neighborhood public schools. they are the bedrock of our communities. the place where 96% of our kids are educated. but even now, these local schools are losing more than 400 million dollars a year to privately-run charter schools. and if question 2 passes, it will only get worse. we can't let that happen.
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right now we are back at 6:343 this morning. -- 6:43 this morning. a live look at the clear skies. sun is up and 40 in quincy but cooler away from the coast. 30 in lowell and 27 in framingham. shiri says it will feel like november for right now, but expect temperatures to feel more like may a little bit later. timeline when those temp also start to climb coming up in five minutes. 15 minutes until the polls open in massachusetts. end of a wild presidential race that spanned more than a year. donald trump and hillary clinton went down to the fire finishing up their final stump speeches well after midnight. the granite state is not only a battleground for the presidential candidates but could be a tipping point for battle for senate. maggie hassan and kelly ayotte are locked in a tight battle for a senate seat. and in framingham in massachusetts, four very hotly contested ballot questions.
cage-free animals and recreational marijuana. our reporters will be in new york state, new hampshire, throughout the day and as results come in. a family that runs a walpole restaurant said donald trump supporters targeted them because of their heritage. this picture looks innocent enough. two men standing with a trump sign outside jalapeno's grill. one of those men is richie kadesh. the controversy started when he posted a picture wit comment we are paying for the wall. the daughter's owner fired back in her own facebook page defending her family. her father told steaks he lived in america for 25 years. >> that is what makes this country great. we have nationalities from everywhere and we all try here to build a better future. >> sara: kadesh has since taken that post down. the first female candidate
paying respect to a pioneer of the suffrage movement. right now susan b. anthony's grave is covered with i voted stickers. she was arrested for trying to vote and died before women ever got a right to vote. she is buried in hope cemetery in rochester. city will keep the cemetery open tonight. the bruins are a different team with tuukka rask in net. fantastic and 32 saves shout out. claude jude yen looking for shout out. claude jude yen looking for career win number 100 and a good spot in front. the rebound to make it 1-0 in favor of the bruins. they keep the pressure up with the power play a few minutes later. david krejci rip it is, and rip it is from the faceoff circle. one-time extraordinary. 2-0. has been a difference of late.
and bruins shut out buffalo 4-0. major post-season awards. remember this is based on the regular season. not what happened in the post season. that is a good thing. mlb announcing finals, mookie bets. and for the american league most valuable player award. a fantastic breakout season for mookie put up monster numbers, .318, 31 home runs and 131 runs batted in. rick finished with 22-4 record. the indians cory krueger and former teammate with the tigers justin verlander are finalists. >> the parents of the newborn are trying to find a mystery neighbor that saved their child's life. the parent saw their baby was struggling to breathe and called 911 and ran outside started yelling for help and a
help. >> one nice lady came out of nowhere in the dark and grabbed her from me and started doing cpr and soon after i heard her crying and you knew she was getting air. >> sara: the ambulance arrived a few minutes after that. raylin is home and doing fine. her parents hope to find that neighbor and thank her. >> gene: knew what to do. >> sara: a beautiful baby and so happy for the good boating. >> gene: no excuse in the weather department. if you can't go out to vote, because the weather will not affect you. >> shiri: here at home high pressure and clear skies. tall means is a cool start to you. sunshine and 60s this afternoon. now a couple of the spots that will see rainfall for voters out there go from the upper midwest to ohio valley down the mississippi. heavy showers and expect spots like louisiana and texas. nothing severe.
so across the united states, thumbs up for that election day forecast. 38 degrees here at home. right now we don't have any you a lot of wind. wind chills is not something we need to factor in this morning. at 8 a.m., boston up at 44 degrees. 10 a.m., 51. upper 50s by noon time and we hit 60 degrees. if you are voting later this afternoon, we are dropping in the 50s. 61 your high in boston. worcester at 61 cool spot the cape and islands in the 50s. in the 50s with a lot more clouds around. rain showers around. rain showers not looking all this heavy. they will be pretty widely scattered and a few hundreds of an inch of rain to probably less than a quarter of inch of a rain. not helping too much with our drought situation. 7:00 tomorrow morning, it is
risk for showers. i can't rule out stray showers during the morning mute. but most of the rain in boston during the morning mute. but most of the rain in boston between 10 and inland towns and cities not drying out but seeing breaks in the cloud cover late tomorrow. the seven-day forecast with the weekend always in view starts today with those 60s and sunshine by far the nicest day of the seven-day forecast. 50s are thursday, partly cloudy and 52. by friday, we got the late chance for spotty showers again. it does not look like a washout to me, but something we will be watching. upper 50s and what a cooldown for the weekend. wake-up temperatures will be freezing. high on saturday only 45. when you put wind on top of that it will feel even cooler. looking out for a cup of flurries but no big-time rain or snow. fun and 62. julie grauert is up now with live drive time traffic.
>> yes, because of that early water main break we have been reporting on outside of boston college station. green line the branch service. they are asking you to board at com ave. over to the roads, still a little bit slow on 24 as you approach 128. waiting for this accident to clear on 93 south as well right after the cloverleaf. things very slow going on route 1 in saugus. but overall things are moving along at a decent pace because many kids don't have school and people are off their typical schedules. from the weston toms to the ted williams. 31 on route 1 south. 18 minutes from westwood to the weston tolls. back to you. 6:51. nearly a week since this mother of two vanished while she was out jogging. her husband believed she was out jogging and now making a tearful plea for her return. daniel miller joins us now with more on this heartbreaking story. >> reporter: keith papini says the worst thing in the world that he and his family are
in an emotional interview with a reporter from mountain day california yesterday, papini said his wife was definitely taken against her will. sherry has been taken. she was out for jog and she haven't been seen since. she was last seen wearing a pink exercise top during her neighborhood jog. papini said he knew something wasn't right when he came home and the children were in day care. he found his wife 'cell phone along a trail. he is determined to find his wife and bring her home. >> hard waiting. you are waiting for a phone call. you are waiting for something to tell thus is the direction or this is the house, this is the car and this is very difficult right now. >> daniel: pipini says time is going by slowly and to make motors worse, their two children do not know their mom is missing.
he is grateful for the outpouring of support. he offered a $50,000 reward to bring her home. in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 news. only on station, 15 years, a framingham woman realizes if a inmate can solve a murder. a woman was stabbed repeat lead in her apartment and they turned other heir got a tip of a former innate who has letters discussing the murder. >> someone who was a cell mate of someone close to my mom reached out to a friend of mine saying that he had some letters that he thought the police needed to see. >> sara: kate says the letters are now in the hands of police. fox25 reached out to the da's office about the letters. in a statement the da told us
continue to actively investigate the murders. the jury has awarded rolling stone magazine to pay out $3 million for a administrator. an article described a rape on the campus that never happened. at the time nicole aramo was investigating reports of a sexual assault on campus. the article described her as cold and dismiss sieve of the student's rape. the jury found that the magazine and the reporter failed to properly vet the story aramo. >> the world health organization said women should go to the doctor eight times twice the previous recommendations. they say more doctor visits reduces the chance of having a stillborn child and other health issues. last year only 64% of women received the recommended am of prenatal medical care. the first time in history, cover girl will feature a muslim woman on its cover. a beauty blogger with more than
will be featured in the campaign wear a jihab. she was picked as a brand ambassador for the mascara. she said it is important to her and a milestone for the muslim community. a real-life snake on the plane for a aero mexico flight. a passenger spotted that snake dangling during a two-hour flight across mexico. two other passengers used a blanket and magazine to capture the plane made an emergency landing so animal control could take over. do you think people were just crying and screaming on that plane and, like, hiding? >> gene: i would think so. i would think so. something you wouldn't want to see when you are flying. parents are going to need to "hatch" a plan to get this most coveted toy. >> sara: interactive creatures called hatchables have been
it let's kids nurture a speckled egg until it hatches is available on amazon but triple the price. one listing has them as high as $160. on ebay they are climbing as close to $1,000. experts say they haven't seen anything like this in years comparing the hatchables to tickle-me elmo. that was special and my 12-year-old when she was a baby, obsessed. cracked her up. >> gene: a big deal. people get vio this. 6:56. a gun maker in massachusetts looking to make a change. coming up, why smith and wesson wants to change its name. and one of the hotly debated issues this year in massachusetts. next at 7:00, we will sit down massachusetts. next at 7:00, we will sit down with both sides o massachusetts' newspapers rarely agree, but they do on question 2. they agree opponents have run a "campaign of misinformation" to spread "fear through white, affluent neighborhoods." they agree in the suburbs question 2 will have
historic election is underway and polls just opened and presidential candidate are strapping the performance of voter turn turnout. >> good look and get out there. >> sara: in new york city both campaigns will watch the results come in. >> gene: lady gaga and the boss comes out to support hillary clinton, donald trump
>> he called said and said donald, i support you, you're my friend. >> what he got from coach belichick. >> complete news coverage starts right now. this is fox25 morning news. 7:00 on election day, tuesday, november 8th, the polls now open in massachusetts. i'm gene lavanchy. >> sara: you will need a coat and gloves if you plan on voting early. >> hit 60? today. >> around lunchtime today, nice to see boston up to 40? this hour, last hour still in the 30s, but look it is so much colder, plymouth and beverly at 31?, 20s in bedford and nashua at 28 and very chilly start to
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