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. now at 4:00, a baby is dead and two adults were rushed to the hospital. the reason neighbors say they weren't surprise to see police at the home where it happened. a second victim in a deadly home invasion has passed away. the impact the death can have on the trial of the two people already accused of plus a new hampshire man is accused of lying to be a federal agent to try to get into a house. the role his job may have played to pick the house he allegedly targeted. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. good morning, it is 4 a.m. on this friday, november 11. i am daniel miller. julie good morning, everyone, i am julie grauert. happy veterans day. starting you have with nice
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celebrations. meteorologist shiri spear with a look at when clouds and wind will move in. >> shiri: the clouds will be the unsubstantial thing coming into town. a cold front draped across northern new england, rain and clouds as well. by the time it reaches us the air will be so dry, all the rain and all the snow dries up. passing clouds by lunchtime. starting off nice and clear. 48 in boston and plymouth. 42 in nashua, new hampshire. 50 in new bedford. but i am still watching those temperatures drop off. this afternoon you can see the passing clouds there late morning, early afternoon. the hour-by-hour forecast. this is for lowell and applies to most of us southern new england. 48 degrees by 8 a.m. 10 a.m. comes along in the lower 50s. that's where we stay. this afternoon temp also cool behind that cold front. we brighten up again but man, oh, man, that wind starts cranking.
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julie has traffic. >> things looking good 93 and route 1. south of the pike, expressway, no issue president braintree split. 12 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. 20 minutes on 93 south. 23 minutes on 128 southbound from peabody to the weston tolls. we by begin with 4:00 with breaking news. this is the scene right now in portland, oregon as police in riot gear are clashing with police say that started as a protest but is now a riot. we have seen video of demonstrators shooting fireworks in the direction of officers and police say things have been thrown at them as well. cars have also been vandalized . some of the officers fired smoke canisters and flash bang grenades to disperse the crowds. that is the smoke you see in the video. they are shutting down roads and saying this is an unlawful assembly. 1 a.m. in portland right now
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to update you throughout the morning. >> protests across the country. one of the demonstrations in one city. president-elect donald trump took to twitter to address the situation. he tweeted thought message pointing the blame for the outrage writing in part professional protesters incited by the media are protesting. very unfair. those protests happening as the final results from arizona came in two days after the election. we are learning arizona went red. meanwhil t is getting ready to take over the oval office. fox25's blair miller takes a look at the long conversation between president obama and his successor. >> that meeting happened here at white house inside the oval office, you would have thought was an awkward meeting with everything that was said on the campaign trail, but it turns out both sides were pretty relaxed. the president-elect arrived to meet with the president, the first time the two have ever met for a meeting that trump
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>> i have great respect. the meeting lasted for almost an hour and a half, and it could have -- as far as i am concerned it could have gone on for a lot longer. >> reporter: the two appearing together after the meeting but didn't take any questions. but days after trump won the election in a campaign where the president and trump launched insult to each other, the president-elect called president obama a very good man and the president described the meeting as excellent, but not revealing specifics on what they talked about except for domestic >> we discussed a lot of different situations, some wonderful and some difficulties. >> reporter: the president recalled his own transition from eight years ago and told trump, he wanted to make sure he gets the same treatment. >> most of all, i want to emphasize to you, mr. president-elect, that -- that we now are going to want to do
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succeeds. >> so mr. president, it was a great honor being with you, and i look forward to being with you many, many more times in the future. thank you. >> reporter: melania trump was also here today met with the first lady. they both met behind closed doors and the president called it "an excellent conversation." at the white house, blair miller, fox25 news. >> the mexican delegation met with top leaders of republi president-elect pence went to doyle meet with paul ryan and mitch mcconnell to put a conservative plan in place. log on to you will find the video of trump and president obama addressing reporters after their meeting. more details of trump's win and the backlash. 4:05. a infant dead, four adults hospitalized inside a marlborough home.
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neighbors tell fox25 crystal haynes this is not the first time they have seen police at the house. >> i can't make anything out involving a child, i believe. >> reporter: marlborough police came to this place on harrison place for two adults and a baby unresponsive inside. the baby neighbors say 2 months old dead at the hospital. >> i don't like the idea of the baby. no. i don't understand why -- what happened at a >> we need an ambulance up here please and the rescue. >> reporter: middlesex county district attorney tells fox25 that a 23-year-old man and a 19-year-old woman are being treated at a local hospital. jasmine benitez says that young woman was a classmate of hersed a marlborough high school. >> i don't know the full story, but i thought they were pretty all set and happy families.
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says this is not the first time he has seen police activity at the house. >> quite a few times police have been at that house. >> reporter: nicole stowe lives a few houses down and is shocked to hear about the tragic event. >> they always say hi. they were very nice. very simple. >> reporter: reporting in marlborough, crystal haynes, fox25 news. >> daniel: fox25 learned that the department of children and families are investigating. the agency reports this as a criminal they are working with state and local police. it is now 4:07. from his bourne are working to track down the man accused of attacking a teenager as she walked to her school bus stop. it happened near pure tan and elderberry roads. someone attacked the 14-year-old from behind. >> choked her, put her to the ground, put his hands under her stomach so no way for her to defend herself
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woman saw what was happening and ran to help. the suspect is a white man of medium height in his 20s and 30s driving an older model sedan blue or gray. we are learning more details of a rollover crash on 495boro. one person was seriously hurt. it happened around 9:30 last night shutting down two lanes of the highway. "the globe" reports a woman was behind the wheel and has life-threatening injuries. police are still investigating the cause of the crash. violent break in has now died. 77-year-old joe man in fisher died yesterday morning in the hospital. last month, police say two people attacked fisher and her 95-year-old thomas hardy in their home in orange. hardy died in the attack and fisher was found seriously hurt. two people joshua hart and britney smith of athol are facing charges for hardy's death. the pair was arrested days later in virginia.
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death. not clear if that can bring a second murder charge. a loaded handgun, stun gun, ski mask and rope, some of the things a new hampshire had when he tried to talk his way into a home in arlington. fox25's ted daniel reports, the man told the homeowners he worked for the fbi. >>reporter: in a 2012 facebook profile picture posted around halloween. daniel leblanc and to dress that one similar . >> a pair of gloves, a pad lock. >> reporter: revolver, stun gun and knife. >> a ski mask, open package of zip ties. >> reporter: he knocked on their door and had weapons and a right to be frightened i suppose. >> reporter: he lives above the apartment that leblanc showed
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showed them a wanted poster and asked to use the bath room. >> i am a mover and i don't ask to use the bath room in people's homes and i am there all day. >> works as a senior loan officer and may have targeted the arlington home because the woman who lives there is a mit employee and a customer of mit credit union. police report finding sticky notes with the private information of four other mit credit union customers including an arlington man works for m irk t laboratories, a groton woman who works for the will be a, a woman to works for the lab and another who is a professor at mit. >> he had all the equipment of a a modern-day police officer including a handgun. we will work with our federal partners to determine what his motives were. >> reporter: leblanc is being held without bail. in court on thursday, his lawyer said they have no
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understanding. reporting in arlington, ted daniel, fox25 news. we traffic and weather every ten minutes. single digits typical. 9 minutes from the braintree split to the exit to the pike. shiri? >> shiri: winds sustained. 25 miles per hour in nantucket. a little bit of a breezy start. gusts into the 30s here this afternoon and even tomorrow morning starting off with winds gusting into the what that means for wind chills to start off your weekend coming up in just a few. >> julie: all right, shiri. an online video shared thousands of times sparking outrage at a local college. >> you can get arrested and subject to trespassing. think of your grandkids.the place students and footage that got them thrown out of their fraternity. a settlement between a
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the parents say they are happy with the court's multimillion dollar ruling even though they will never see a dime. protests have turned into riots. these are live pictures. you can see all of those police officers in s.w.a.t. gear lining the streets. protesters in world going head
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now to a story you will see only on fox25. an off-duty state trooper killed two people and will only be spending 120 days in jail. prosecutors asked for five years in jail but a judge imposed a much lighter sentence. now the victim's brother and uncle are speaking exclusively to john monahan about the decision. >> we wanted to see justice and we don't think we saw justice. >> reporter: tim sat down with fox25 frustrated at no one is at fault for the fatal head opinion on collision involving an off-duty state trooper that left his sister, susan mack o'er and her daughter, juliet, dead. >> he was at fault for something. speed and alcohol alone. >> reporter: john basler was not on duty back on september 22, 2013. he was found guilty of driving drunk with a .19 blood-alcohol
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crushing the front end. susan died instantly. juliet at the hospital. >> they were very close. >> the mother and daughter were inseparable. this is the last picture of the two taken at the red sox game that night. on the way home, they were killed. after a five-day trial, a jury found basler was not guilty of motor vehicle manslaughter and motor vehicle homicide. >> it boggles our mind that is not a contribute not a contributing factor to the end result of their death. >> reporter: it is that question called causality in legal terms of that frustrates tim. >> we don't have any revengeful feelings for him. if there is any pain right now it is with the justice system. >> reporter: that frustration is why tim spoke to us. he wants his sister and his niece to rest in peace. on the way home from the courthouse, he stopped at the scene of the fatal crash to say goodbye. >> put some flowers to say
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>> reporter: i am john monahan, fox25 news. 4:16 now. a judge awarded $4 million in damages to a cambridge couple who claimed their irish nanny killed their baby girl. the couple filed a wrongful death lawsuit after their 1-year-old died in the harvard square apartment in 2013. the murder charges against ashley brady mccarthy was dropped last year after the medical examiner changed the baby's cause of death from the couple's lawyer say they know mccarthy doesn't have enough to pay up, but yesterday's luling keep her from make anything money from movie or book deal. we check traffic and weather every ten minutes. this is important and i want to make sure you are aware of it. the needham line service is suspended along the entire line. began last night through 8:30 and will continue through sunday. alternate bussing will not be provided. if that is a line that you
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be unavailable through sunday night. expressway moving along fine. no issues route 1 and 93 south. 22 minutes on the pike eastbound. 9 minutes on the expressway. 21 minutes on 93 south. just coming up on 4:18 this friday morning. veterans day. shiri, shooting star as soon as. >> shiri: yes, in fact in this this is the perfect time to go out and see them. a meteor shower. not ton of them. not like some of our meteor showers active. the taurid meteor shower. the best viewing before dawn. a few meteors per hour and go and make a wish if you will. current condition in the 40s. a cup of 50s. and 48 from plymouth to boston. fitchburg at 49. worcester at 43 degrees. although we do kick start things nice and clear. a little bit of a breeze already at 13 miles per hour. it gets much windier as the day
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hanging tight where they are. by 8 a.m. 45 degrees and we will get up to 50 in the worcester area today. a lot of stuff will rise into the mid- to upper 50s. and we have got a period of clouds that come through between 10 a.m. and about 1 p.m. that's our front. a front that is stirring up rain and snow in northern new england and future cast kind of breaks it down running into such dry air here that is can't dry as it tries to get down to the ground. 10 a.m. points north of the boston and north of the pike and partly cloudy skies. and by 1 p.m. we have got those clouds focused across the south coast, cape and islands. not a lot of clouds. ends. you mostly sunny for many of you today. this afternoon sustained winds, 15 to 25 miles per hour. and even stronger gusts in that, so it is going to be very wind blown for any activities and parades you plan on attending here for veterans day. 57 degrees in boston and
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manchester, new hampshire only 50. remember cold front passes through those points like southern new hampshire first, and kind of stunts the warm-up there since it gets to new bedford or plymouth or hyannis later in the day. temperatures allowed to warm up considerably more even knocking on the door of 60 degrees in new bedford. tonight, a lot of 20s on the map and not just 20s. it is 20s with wind. we will start out feeling much cooler than that because of wind chills. tomorrow's highs up to 50 in upper 2340z nashua and beverly. and then upper 50s on sunday. we warm up nicely, but tomorrow morning, watch out for those wind chills. wind chills in the teens and 20s at daybreak. mostly sunny skies. what you will find late in the day we have passing clouds and you will wake up to some of those on sunday. brighten up and turn milder with a switch in the wind direction. the seven-day forecast of the weekend falls view. 57 degrees today with the winds developing and continuing into your saturday morning.
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saturday's highway say about 50. more 20s and 30s when you wake up. high 57. overall this weekend looking nice and bright. monday sun and scattered clouds at 60 degrees and tuesday and wednesday we are actually starting to watch a coastal storm. and the timing is a little uncertain and it does look like it will come through with heavy rain. right now we are favoring wednesday and looks like some adjustments needed as we get a little closer. back to you guys. rescue crews in florida getting up and national bird. the unusual spot that a pair of eagles got wedged that had
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exotic fruit flavor inside. brookside. for all your sides. two people accused of a carjacking and stabbing two people is now behind bars. the crime spree started in connecticut and ended in a worcester neighborhood. chris flanagan talked to woman where the arrest happened in her driveway. >> reporter: this is where the chase ended in her driveway. she was upstairs with her 2-year-old daughter and had no idea what was unfolding.
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thought she would get inside the house. something she could have done or just attacked me. , me or my daughter. >> reporter: the two suspects both from connecticut, a 21-year-old man and and woman were quickly arrested by mass state troopers. started in connecticut where police say they stole a car, crashed it, and then flagged down two women. when they stopped to help, police say they stabbed them and stole their nissan that led in a child chase across state lines and go to worcester. he saw it unfold with his ladder working next door. >> i show here and all the police cars, boom, boom, the only thing i look at and the suspect when they put her into custody. >> reporter: twoments suspects were arrested and taken to jail. the nissan rogue towed. >> i was scared. i was shaking.
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kids there. so it was very scary. >> reporter: and in dudley, chris flanagan, fox25 news. >> daniel: both suspects are due in district court. as to the two people that were stabbed, both will be okay. a group of local veterans are making -- marking an important moment this veterans day. six veterans who found themselves on the wrong side of the law found themselves at veteran treatment court. we special program where vets get help instead of jailtime. they work with other vets to get them what they need. the program turned their life around. >> i decided to screw up. you know. and then -- i am back, and i can build my life up the right way. >> reporter: it can take up to two years to finish the program. if the court ever see these vets again, it will probably to
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found themselves in trouble. attacked at a naval reserve center is being honored by his high school. pope high school in springfield announced a plaza in the school's new campus will be for gunnery sergeant thomas sullivan. one of five people killed in the attacks in chattanooga in 2014. hillary clinton spotted for the first time since her devastated loss. details of the chance encounter between one woman and the and backlash at clinton's and backlash at clinton's alma mater. students from another alma mater. at longhorn, tonight's special: great steak pairings. a center cut sirloin with a choice of bacon-wrapped shrimp,
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now at 4:30, chaos erupting across the country in the early morning hours. breaking news oregon where anti-trump protesters have spiraled out of control and
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adults are rushed to the hospital. details of the investigation under way this morning. a man facing charges accused of trying to talk his way into the house by lying about his job. how his real jock may have played a part in the scheme. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> good morning, it is 4:30 on this friday, november 11. i am daniel miller. >> julie: good morning, i am julie grauert. and happy veterans day. thank you for everybody that serv and clear and clouds are coming. meteorologist shiri spear in the fox25 storm tracker weather center timing out the big changes headed our way. >> shiri: a little cloud cover. a lot of wind to talk about today. gusts at 21 miles per hour on the vineyard. 28 in chatham and 21 in nantucket. these locations potentially seeing wind gusts at 40 miles per hour here this afternoon. a bit of a mild start. 52, hyannis. 48 in marsh field. check out the clear skies.


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