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>> >> >> >> shiri: now at 7:00 we begin the week with snow and a frigid forecast and look at how long the winter weather is sticking around and how long it could affect your travel plans. >> julie: it is not a lot of snow but causing a big mess on the road and tracking increasing drive times and problem spots every ten >> michael: family members reeling after mother killed outside apartment complex. >> it is disgusting. >> gene: what we learned about mitt romney's visit and scott brown. >> sara: self driving cars coming it the boston sooner than later and pilot paramedic set to
this is boston's only local news at 7:00. fox25 morning news. >> gene: good morning, everybody, 7:00 now on monday morning, november 21st, hope your morning off to fantastic start, i'm gene lavanchy. >> sara: i'm sara underwood. you will definitely want to warm up the car this morning that is. the wind is howling, the snowflakes are flying and we are only getting a coating here but check out the berkshires yeah. mid-winter looking and foot of snow dispel meteorologist shiri spear, and if you like the snow that is a beautiful night. >> shiri: a little bit of snow falling and pivoting into new england here and left with flurries between bedford and boston and down into southeastern massachusetts and you're going to find flurries floating around throughout the day and temperatures now upper
day started and worcester and go out to worcester because look at how cold it stays all day long, 28? here at 9:00 a.m., mostly cloudy skies, 11:00 a.m. 31, finally getting above freezing here early this afternoon, not much of warm-up there and spots getting closer to 40?, take you town by town and then attention really turns to the whipping winds in here later on today. timeline on those when i'm back with you in about 10:00. julie grauert now with live drive time traffic this morning in an accident >> julie: sky fox 128 southbound at route 3 and panning in really closely right now to plow. there's not plowabley? out there by any means and slippery conditions, slick conditions and that's why we are seeing all of these accidents and take out to the map, accident near route 3 cleared, tow truck pulled away the car within the commercial break. still seeing major backups on route 2 eastbound though because of a serious crash at 128. as we shift over to 93 south
here are your live drive times and it is -- we are seeing quite a bit of red, 27 minute 495 to 128 and hour and 25 minutes on 93 south and almost an hour and 25 minutes on 128 southbound from peabody to the weston tolls. back to you. >> gene: and we are following developing news out of lowell where a mother of four has died outside a house party. >> sara: this morning the police are calling this a potential homicide as they seven fo fox25 michael henrich live in lowell where investigators, michael, hoping that surveillance video will provide some clues. >> michael: that's one of the reasons lowell police expect to come back here to the scene at some point today to continue that part of the investigation. this actual homicide happened in the parking lot here of the westminster apartment, and the d.a.'s office and family members have combined to tell us a 44-year-old mother of four took
party here with friends, got kicked out and witness says a group of women beat her to death. the district attorney identified the victim as gloribel orengo. one witness that saw the fight did not want to show her face on camera, but tells fox25 the victim's son held his mother in his arms in the parking lot and repeated the words i love you, get up. i love you, get up. orengo was later pronounced dead at a local hospital. the fiance of one of orengo's other sons women attacked her. >> for them to sit there and take her life away over something because an attitude or something, everybody knows these girls. they are a pack of wolves. and it is disgusting. >> michael: noritys have been made on this case, but lowell police expected to come back on the scene today. we, of course, will work throughout the morning to bring you an update on any developments. live in lowell, i'm michael
>> sara: the driver accused of hit-and-run crash in chelsea is expected in court today. the crash was captured on surveillance video. you see a minivan running into a 72-year-old woman, then driving off. this happened at corner of broadway and 4th street on friday morning. tips from the public help police track down the driver. arnold hernandez was arrested saturday examine now facing several charges. the woman who was hit is okay. >> gene: investigation is now man's body was discover at beach off of channel street and hull saturday morning. he has identified as douglas king of weymouth and took hours for police to learn his name because he didn't have any identification on him. official tell fox25 that is becoming a common problem in water deaths along the south shore. now the town of hull is hoping to get new rules in place for rental companies by next summer. >> questions have to be asked, can you swim, do you know where
conditions and conditions offshore and drowned or have to be rescued. >> gene: at this point it is not clear how king died. he was wearing a life jacket when he was found. >> sara: lindh built up in a commercial dryer is being blamed for sparking a small fire at high school over the weekend. custodian put mop heads into the dryer on saturday and when she returned the room was filled with thick, black smoke and firefighters were able to quickly put out the flame a suffered $40,000 in smoke damage and other school is open today. this morning a lawrence school partially reopen a week after a fire in a classroom there. the bruce school will be open for grades three to five only. the school has not said when sixth through eighth graders will be able to return. last week a fire started in a second floor science classroom. the cause is still under investigation, but official believe it had to do with power strip.
donald trump will be meeting with another primary opponents today. rick perry will visit trump tower. he made a can you believe -- couple of deals while meeting with appointees and one person under consideration is mitt romney. he is on short list along with former new york city mayor rudy giuliani and chris christie met with trump at course. former massachusetts senator scott brown spoke with interest in being secretary of veterans affairs. he created hotline for suicidal soldiers that would be staffed 24/seven and taking backboneuses in confident va staffers and va handed out $177 million in bonuses. president-elect also confirming that future first lady and youngest son won't be moving
melania and barron will stay in new york until the end of the school year and trump says he will move to the white house right away and mrs. trump says she will travel to washington as necessary to perform her duties as first lady. >> sara: mayor marty walsh and attorney general maura healey will be among the big names attending huge rally at statehouse today. more than 30 groups are expected to join them as part of an anti-hate demonstration. fox25 catherine parrotta live outside the statehouse where the rally is set to begin, catherine, at 11:00 a.m. >> catherine: you can see everything behind me quiet right now and few hours away from the start of the rally which as you mentioned some elected officials are expected to attend and all of this is to send the message that hate will not be tolerated in massachusetts. more than 30 groups planning to participate in today's rally along with boston mayor marty walsh and attorney general maura heal and he goal is to send a message that regardless who you voted for hate won't be tolerated.
and hate here and across the country. last week we reported one incident in natick where a resident reported receiving racist letters and all comes to the heels of the resents administration and come under fire amid is it concerns it won't be ininclude yousive and evidence this past weekend. that rehabilitation came as vice president elect mike pence was a member of the audience of the broadway show hamilton and member of the cast delivered a message to him from stage. >> truly hope this show has in american values and work on behalf of all of us. >> when we arrived we heard few boos and we heard some cheers and i nudged my kids and reminded them that's what freedom sounds like. >> catherine: president-elect trump took to twitter accused the cast of being rude expense with message of his own. >> i want to reassure every american in the days ahead i'm
see president-elect donald trump be a president for all the people. >> catherine: there have been concerns about incidents of hate here in massachusetts. in fact, so much so the attorney general's office set up a hotline so people could call to report these incidents and as of last friday already that line had received more than 300 calls. for now live here at the statehouse, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> gene: new at 7:00 pope franis will allow all priests to forgive what he calls grave sin officials and special confessors had been allowed during the holy year of mers which he ended yesterday. the the pope says nowhere think that the can't be erased if someone is truly sorry and wants to connect with god. francis believes abortion is a sin because it puts an end to an innocent life. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. mornings like today updates are changing just that quickly and
93 south. there are slick spots, very slippery first dusting of snow. >> shiri: looking at increasing winds and 30 miles per hour in boston, hyannis, creating bitter wind chill and beware it feels like it is 21 in boston, wind chill down to 14 in worcester and show you how long the snow, cold, wind, i will stick around when less than ten. >> gene: construction killed south shore and leaving behind devastated wife and three young children. >> why did this happen. why? >> gene: coming up what we know about the federal investigation into her husband's death and coworkers that desperately died to save him. >> daniel: i'm daniel miller. developing news four police officer have been shot in three
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different states where police officers were target of ambush attack and fourth attack still under investigation and all of them happening in 12-hour period and at least one officer killed. daniel miller joins us now with more on sunday violence. >> daniel: four officers shot, the most gruesome of the attacks taking place in san antonio, texas. releasing image of person of interest and possible suspect car leaving the scene after one killed outside police headquarters. >> most families will be celebrating the holidays and sapb will be burying one of its owns. >> daniel: targeted attack on officer. >> worst nightmare. >> benjamin crony shot and
for a drive he pulled over when another driver pulled up behind him, got out and approached the detective's window. the suspect then shot mccrony in the head, reached through the window and shot him second time and took off in what police believed was black sedan and investigators believe the car and the images released overnight and suspect are not connected to the person the detective was writing a ticket for. in st. louis another officer shot sunday in what is targeted attack and car pulled up next to the marked cruiser and opened fire. >> officer not involved in traffic stop. >> daniel: officer shot twice in the head but expected to survive and police believe the suspect was later killed after shooting at officers. and in florida yes another
during a traffic stop and sanibel police chief says the gunman drove by and shot the is iter's patrol car and suspect was taken into custody after an exchange of gun fire with police. >> daniel: in missouri officer was shot in kansas city overnight and circumstances surrounding the shooting still unclear this morning but the governor of the state is asking for prayers for the officer. in the newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox25 >> sara: hundreds of protest clashed in north dakota and video of police using water cannons last night in crowd of 400 people who are protesting against the dakota access pipeline. temperatures were in the 20s at the time. police say the situation turned into a riot when the group tried to get across bridge and on to land operated by u.s. army corps of engineers. officers also used tear gas to keep the demonstrators back.
will hurt the environment and destroyed sites. >> gene: demanding federal prosecutors evidence before they go to trial before murdering 25 people. barry cadon and glenn chin want prosecutors to paren before trial starts in january and two men claim there's no evidence this the they p contaminated pain medication nationwide sparking a fungal meningitis in 2012 and total of 64 people died in the outbreak. >> julie: good morning, everyone, we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. sky fox leaving the scene of accident and over trapelo road and 128. bright sunrise, don't let it fool you, busiest morning we have had on the roads since i can remember at least nothing
cleared out and a little bit of volume approaching the area and 93 south accident at route 60 and head southbound things backing up significantly to the cloverleaf here are live drive times, 38 minutes on route 1 in the segment i pointed out from chelmsford down through billerica approaching 128. hour and a half on 93 south and hour and 20 minutes on 128 southbound peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and, accumulation, especially for western parts of the state. >> shiri: a lot of significance but with all the accidents this morning goes to show a coating can freeze on the roadways and create a very slippery situation and high reports over a foot of snow in savoie and half foot of snow in otis coming from the berkshires and leaving into the berkshires. locally ringe, new hampshire all under a inch of snow and coating
for the next 24 hours. so we still got some flurries in the forecast today. it is just not going to have much luck doing any additional sticking. additional sticking all happens in the berkshires into the green mountains, looking at come more out that way and big issue beside the fact we have slippery roads this morning actually going to be the win. winds today 15 to 30 miles per hour, gusts as high as 50 miles per hour, that is strong enough to do some damage. we could be lookag the tree even some scattered power outages but overall it is going to make you feel very cold out there. we got bitter temperature, we got wind chill on. of that here at 10:00 a.m., future cast painting mostly dry picture and step in and say lots of clouds around, lots of wind around, very unsettled, don't be surprised by that any time flurry and berkshires and into the green mountains and same story for the afternoon and temperatures really struggling
eastern mass but from boston to the north and west, a lot of you getting stuck in the upper 30s. these are the coldest high temperature that i have forecasted yet this season and going to be the coldest date you felt since probably last winter. so just, you know, bear with me here. tomorrow still breezy, not quite as windy as today, at least tomorrow we got some partly to even mostly sunny skies, travelers into northern new england still need to watch out for couple light snow showers as we travel day and smooth sailing, clear skies, and great lakes down the mississippi valley we have snow and rain showers there and middle of the country looking a-okay for your wednesday travel plans. 7-day forecast to the weekend always in view has some flurries wind and chilly temperatures today breezy and brighter tomorrow at 44, 46 here on wednesday and then thanksgiving on thursday. a little rain, snow and ice very light stuff to start off the
>> sara: cambridge based autonomous in boston self-driving somewhere in three continents including service in singapore. during test run newton me work closely with mass dot to evaluate safety procedures if approved by the state and city these will be the first self-driving cars to put public roads in massachusetts. >> test drivers for the drug.
balancing on one leg and following objects on a tablet screen. it haven't been fully tested. professor says impaired users tend to score lower on the test and currently no accurate field test for drivers who have used marijuana and police use observations. >> gene: considering getting fireworks but wouldn't know from the first night website and front page and new year's eve events are mostly funded by donations and so far organizers $100,000 short of their goal and group says if they can't raise the money they will put on pyrotechnics display in copley square instead. >> sara: expect to see another sign and sound of the season starting today. salvation army kicking off annual red kettle campaign and organization holding a kickoff
mark of red kettle campaign in the state and big gel and bell ringers hoping to raise $3 million state wise and fox25 team also getting into the red kettle holiday spirit with own day of bell ringing. look for us and downtown crossing and red kettle and december 15th and will be there 11-two and perfect time to stop by during lunch break and be out there today. >> shiri: hope to see through. we have the snow and delay at airport due to wind and expanding problem across the northeast. breaking down the windy cold
didn't get any snowfall but in boston 32? and we have freezing conditions like that had dusting of snow and things locked up so have icy conditions in 30 in burlington and light snow in arlington, back to framingham and hanover as well and worcester areas, clouds and 27? and pepperell at 31 and temple, new hampshire 27 and flurries here for the south shore and southcoast, towa couple snowflakes out there and forecast in the boston area will be mostly dry today, don't be shocked if you see a couple more flurries morning or afternoon. not much luck sticking, don't and 35 at 9:00 a.m. and highs getting close to 40? and break down the wind threat when back to you in ten and had huge
>> leave early and take it snow and hate to hear such bad news of accidents but things that slow on 128 southbound because at 1.3 accidents in a row and two eastbound near 128 has cleared and expressway though slow going northbound where you see southbound jampacked ask right now sky fox over the expressway and volume both north and southbound problemat. half hour on the expressway and hour and a half on 93 south from andover down to the leverett connector. i will have another update in ten minutes. >> sara: in lowell police searching for clues in mother of four. >> sara: oldest son when fight broke out and live in lowell where investigators, michael, hoping that surveillance video
>> michael: local police expected to come back into the area and westminster parking lot where this homicide happened and detectives are expected to come back and continue the investigation as they keep looking for the killers. >> for them to sit there and take their life away over something because an attitude or something, everybody knows these girls. they are a pack of wolves and it is disgusting. mother. 44-year-old gloribel orengo. >> i want justice. >> michael: orengo's son says she took her and according his mother get attacked after getting kicked out of the party.
blood and so for him to have to go through that is unbelievable and cut him and he got stirs. >> michael: stirs -- stitches. >> michael: one person did not want face shown says son said i love you, get up, i love you, get up. district attorney says orengo was then pronounced dead at lowell police and district attorney's office working together to find the killer or killers i should have said early and her there have been no arrest so far in this case. lowell police again are expected back on scene this morning and continue to work on the update. live in lowell, fox25 news.
unliveable and latest from northborough. >> jessica: mass state police say stopped pursuit and found wedged inside the home and sun actually overheard two men inside suv >> one of them and got to go and got to go and they ran. >> called it off and susan says behind is river and swampy area. as to the family just days before thanksgiving all seven of them including her elderly in-laws are now without a home. the impact of the crash was so hard that the structure is no unsafe. >> it is the holiday season and we are just trying to figure out where everybody can go.
disrupts the whole family. >> state police analyzing the suv as they search for the two suspects. >> gene: man killed when hit in neck and young fox25 christine mccarthy about the >> want to be complete family again. >> reporter: jen sanderson wants everybody to know who her father was. >> amazing father. >> reporter: 28-year-old jason cutting pipe in the trench to build water line for new homes when the d.a.'s office says the circular chop saw was bound and kicked back, blade cutting his
coworker told fox25 saturday he tried desperately to save jason. >> tried to apply pressure, keep upright and do everything we could until the ambulance arrived. >> couldn't breathe and tried to control the bleeding. >> reporter: have been investigating. >> why did this happen. why? >> reporter: while driving she is also trying to figure out how to care for nine-year-old dillon and 18-month-old twins colin and lilly as single mom. >> this one has a lot going on, and jen says she is grateful for those that did everything they could to try to bring her husband home.
him. >> gene: jen sanderson is part-time work but she will not be able to return to work. the family is getting donations. >> sara: law goes into effect next month and police and fire department employees and in massachusetts there's already law in the books that prevents firefighters from smoking tobacco and patriot ledger police are making it clear they also have zero tolerance for marijuana use and tells the paper the union likely fight any department that tries to punish someone.
complete rules. >> gene: tom brady went back to bay area and lit up 49ers and getting patriots back on winning track. deon lewis back in action, and first-down and brady looking for julian edelman back in then zone and six-zero lead and move ahead to edelman, spins and lost screen past james white and makes it up 13-three and pouring rain third quarter scoreless and back on the board and nicely and end-zone and pats up and from own 44 rifles it past the ear of 49er defender to malcolm
and gone and first career touchdown for mitchell and another look at throw by brady. don't get much better than that. patriots win. >> pregame warm-up. >> gene: they will be taking on jets next sunday. >> sara: according the patriots tight end just bought 2 million-dollar penthouse condo in seaport district. two bedrooms, two baths, private roof deck and state-of-the-art kitchen and has home in foxborough and reportedly building a second one nearby julie we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. very focused on roads at drivers and don't want to negative "t" and commuter rail red line
train near quincy center and framingham worcester line, fitchburg line and rockport line delays or stalls out right now because of train traffic and some weather trouble. shiri? >> shiri: tracking chilly temperatures. lower 30s right now through 9:00 this morning, wind chills in the 20s, even the teens out there. i will show you how long the whipping winds and cold temperatures stick around. >> gene: popular toy pulled from shelves before this happens
>> shiri: boston area and south boston and west roxbury to make a train and slippery travel and locally drying up, don't be shocked to see into the afternoon and timeline coming up in five minutes. >> gene: daniel miller joins us now with plea for woman's family to find the driver that hit her. >> daniel: four hit and run. kim long more in intensive care and ruptured spleen and struck friday morning in brighton near the brookline line and two daughters told fox25 she walks in the area everyday before she begins her job at driscol where she is the head secretary. >> i'm sure she know they hit her because of how much force
>> daniel: boston police are investigating the hit and run and police told the family there are surveillance camera in the area where she was hit and in the process of trying to see if any of the cameras picked up a vehicle. the family is raising money to cover medical expenses. more information on how you can help. head over to the website at fox25boston.com. in the newsroom this morning, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> six people are bac ground this morning after being rescued from the sinking scallop boat. it happened yesterday in buzzards bay 5 miles off the coast. 72-foot ship making way to new bedford when started to take on water. coast guard and local emergency crews attempted to bail out the boat but had to tow it away for repairs and what caused it to sink is underway. no one was injured in the accident. pair of massachusetts men are safe and sound after becoming stranded on cliff along hiking
shadow route on cannon mountain in franconia saturday. rescue teams found out about the situation and went to the top of the cliff. men identified as 29-year-old william spreker and went to the top of the cliff and hiked out yesterday. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. take look at live pictures from sky fox milton square and southbound commuters slowing things down. northbound seeing the typical heavy steady volume. over to route 1 stop and go through saugus but 128 southbound has really been problematic for us as you head from woburn to burlington and into lexington. 93 south also stop and go. here are live drive times, 47 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. 33 minutes on the expressway and
about an hour and 20 minutes or so on 128 southbound from peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. shiri spear, we don't want people to write off today and not a lot of accumulation. really slippery. >> shiri: these are pictures i'll getting on twitter and talking a patchy coating out there and create the very slippery conditions on the road. julie reported ton of accidents and we will check snow will be the smallest concern today. i'm not saying the slippiest roads are not a big deal and snow very unlikely at this point and wind going to be howling today. in fact, beyond that wind could be damaging today with some gusts up at 50 miles per hour. be very caucus -- cautious about the wind. 32? in boston right now, fantastic in the wind sustained 16 gusting 30 miles per hour and
we went on air at 4:00 a.m. and been in the teens. so mostly cloudy day ahead and flurries floating around examine not much sticking and temperatures restricted to the upper 30s, up to about 40? in the boston area. a lot of early morning snow flakes are drying up there, still got snow bumping into the berkshires and that's where we will see additional accumulation, one to three more inches from the berkshires as well as the green today and locally windy and couple rogue flurries around. now, then when he slide into tuesday. tuesday a little better for travel plans because it is going to end up being brighter here, partly sunny skies, still breezy though the wind not as strong as today traveling into northern most new england and a little bit of light snow that continues and into wednesday because travel day evolved and along the great lakes and going down the mississippi river veil and rain showers but the middle of the
all looking primed and fine for travel plans. we got highs today at 39 in boston, 40 in ipswich, norwood and plymouth and only into likely the middle 30s in the worcester area. tomorrow on the flip side we see many more of the lower 40s on tap and ends up being brighter but check out sustained winds 15 to 20 miles per hour. jumping ahead to thanksgiving this is the next weather maker here. going to start out a little bit slippery in the morning and mix of snow, rain and freezing rain. it looks very light but still coverage and exact timing of that and i can tell you warming up into the lower 40s means it will change over to just plain light rain, likely during the morning hours. friday 34? and when you weak up for early shop in here, black friday 50? and mostly cloudy and next weather maker comes in on saturday.
>> gene: symptoms fever, muscle aches, stiffness and stolen problem. >> problem with popular toy at season. toys are us tonka truck after one of them caught fire and happened to couple in washington state as they were driving home after buying the toy. they say the 12-volt mighty wheels dump truck burst into flames in the bed of their
like fire. so pulled over, flames start shooting. >> couple was not hurt and toys are us pulled the toy while it investigates. sara: chipolte has lawsuit against chiro wording 300 is sausage alone and men say they are asking lawsuit cover anyone to eat at chipolte over past four years. >> laid into the president-elect
>> i love my husband president obama and our children sasha and malia. >> spot on. >> gene: trump having the same speech. gene: green day most overtly political act and ranted no trump, no kkk. green day known for political opinions and said similar things about president george w. bush. >> sara: harvard dealing with a mumps outbreak. number of cases confirmed on cambridge campus. >> shiri: tracking chance of
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like this one and problem spots every ten minutes. >> daniel: >> michael: family members reeling after mother of four killed outside apartment complex. >> they are a pack of wolves and it is disgusting. >> family members behind the attack and what police are doing this morning to help catch a killer. >> gene: new francis with a message to priests about abortion. special message he granted them. >> >> sara: i'm sara underwood. >> gene: snowflakes of the season. just dusting or coating, no big deal but that was not the case
weekend. >> shiri: locally snow showers and creating slippery roads and additional accumulation like here. windy, mostly cloud and he wind threat and julie grauert now standing by with live drive time traffic and problem not only in the road. >> we are not safe from issues on the "t" and branch severe delays because of disabled train
sky fox bringing us live pictures on stall southbound and off on right-hand lane at east milton square and see two lanes getting by and normal morning volume and that's why seeing bright red traffic snow northbound and southbound. hour and a half on 93 south, and hour 23 minutes peabody to the weston back to you. >> sara: mother of four has died after a fight outside house party. >> gene: police are calling this a potential homicide as they search for the people responsible. fox25 michael henrich live in lowell where investigators are hoping surveillance video will provide some clues. good morning, michael. >> michael: good morning to you. d.a.'s office and lowell police are together working this case at this point and they are
westminster apartments here in lowell. this is where everything happened late saturday night. the d.a.'s office and family members combined to tell us a federal rules federal rules -- 44-year-old mother of four and got kicked out and then witness says group of women beat her to death in the parking lot. the district attorney identified the victim as gloribel orengo and one witness that saw victim's son held his mother in his arms in this parking lot repeating the words i love you, get up. i love you, get up. orengo was later pronounced dead at local hospital. the fiance of one of orengo's other sons says five to six women were part of the attack. >> for them to sit there and take her life away over something because an attitude or
girls. they are a pack of wolves and it is disgusting. >> lowell police and d.a.'s office are considering the case a homicide at this point. nobody has been arrested. with lowell police expected back on the scene and looking it the get you update on this case. bring to you as soon as possible. live in lowell, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> daniel: driver accused in hit-and-run crash in chelsea is expected in court today. >> gene: crash captured on 72-year-old woman and then driving off. this happened at corner of broadway and fourth streets friday morning. tips from the public help police track the driver down. arnold hernandez was arrested saturday and facing several charges. woman that was hit is okay. gene: teenager remains in the hospital after a police chase in wareham. finding scene on county road and video you could see there isn't much left in the car that 17-year-old boy was driving.
reported being hit by erratic driver. when police responded they said the car sped by with no headlights on. police say after they called off the chase the car skidded off road and hit trees and lying in the road hurt. police say the driver is from wareham and may have been driving with suspended license and his name has not been released. >> sara: man's body discovered off beach in hull saturday. he has now been identified as weymouth but it took hours for police to learn his name because he didn't have any identification on him. officials tell fox25 that's becoming a common problem in water deaths along the south shore. now the town of hull is hoping to get new rule in place for rental companies by next summer. >> questions have to be asked, can you swim, wind conditions will be this afternoon before they put in situation where they are offshore and we drowned or have to be rescued. >> at this point it is not clear
when he was found. >> gene: contagious disease mumps spread across harvard and it is not sure if it is connected to the previous outbreak and they are keeping an eye on situation. >> sara: president-elect donald trump will meet perand he hear more appointments. he had made couple deals over the weekend meeting with couple administration appointees and one person under consideration mitt romney. romney on the short list of secretary of state along with rudy giuliani who had a second interview on sunday and chris christie also met with trump and private golf course yesterday. seems scott brown could be
massachusetts senator spoke to trump last week and expressed interest at being secretary of veterans affairs. brown laid out plan for department including creating a hotline for suicidal soldiers and taking back bonuses and handed out $177 million in bonuses. president-elect also confirming the future first lady and youngest son will not be moving into the white house at least right away. melania and barron trump will stay in new york through the end of the school year and he will move into the white house right away and mrs. trump says she will travel to washington as necessary to perform her duties as first lady. >> gene: dozens people come together to take a stand against hate all in response to the hundreds of hate crimes across the country since donald trump was elected president. live outside the statehouse
walsh and other big names expected to be there, catherine. >> catherine: elected officials and number of groups taking part in the rally. it is a few hours away from the start of the rally but this rally is sent message hate not be tolerated in massachusetts. more than 30 groups planning to participate along with mayor marty walsh and attorney general maura healey. the goal is to send a message that regardless who you vot for hate won't be tolerated. the rally come amid is it a surge in incidents of harassment and hate. both here and massachusetts and across the country. just last week we reported about onent in natick where rent reported receiving racist letters. all comes to the heels of the recent election as trump administration has come under fire amid is it concerns won't be inclusive and that was evidence this past weekend. that reaction came as vice president elect mike pence was member of the audience of the
message to him from stage. >> hope it has inspired to our american values and work on all of us. >> when we arrive we heard few boos and we heard some cheers and nudged my kids and reminded them what freedom sounded like. >> president-elect trump took to twitter accusing the cast of being rude and harassing >> i'm very confident they are going to see president-elect donald trump be president for all the people. >> catherine: of course there has been concern racism and harassment and actually opened a
>> gene: attorney general healy questioned as part of lawsuit involving exxon mobile homele and accused of hiding badged data about climate change and questioned about exxon lawyers in the probe regarding global warming and claimed it was politically motivated and new york attorney general was also called before a judge. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. if you can leaf earl and that's causing a lot of accident. now at hour and a half on 93 south from andover to the zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: winds gusting right now 30 miles per hour in plymouth and we are going to see the wind get even stronger into the afternoon. check out the wind chill as a result. feels like 23 in boston, 16 in worcester, i have timeline on the cold, wind and those flurries coming up next.
accident. >> why did this happen? why? >> still ahead the oceania investigation underway this morning as we learn more about the tempt to save the man's life. >> daniel: good morning, daniel miller, i'm following developing news right now. four police officers shot in three states in night of who says i shouldn't have a soda every day? my doctor. my dentist. definitely my wife. hey wait. we have better bubbles. make sparkling water at home and drink 43% more water every day. sodastream.
>> shiri: hick am cohasset and isolated flurries out there and bulk of the snow will stay over the berkshires and how much more accumulation that way when i come back in five. >> sara: we are following developing news overnight in three states, police officers where the target of ambush attacks. there's also a fourth attack still under investigation. all of them happened in 12-hour span and at least one officer has died. fox25 daniel miller joins us on more on sunday violence.
four officers shot the most gruesome of the attacks taking place in san antonio, texas. possible suspect car leaving the scene after one of the officers were shot and killed outside police headquarters. >> most families will be celebrating the holidays. sapd had a loss. >> daniel: targeted attack on officer. >> everyone's worst nightmare and don't want to see anything like this happen. >> daniel: patrol car outside police headquarters and just returned to the vehicle to write a ticket fordriver he pulled over when another driver pulled up behind him and got out and approached and shot mccrony in the head reached through the window and shot him a second
believed was black sedan and investigators believe the image released overnight and suspect not connected to the person detective was riding a ticket for. >> officer not involved traffic stop. >> officer expected to survive and police say the suspect was later killed after shooting at officers and in florida yet another shooting. sanibel police chief says gunman drove by and shot the officer's preliminary investigation car. the suspect was taken into custody after an exchange of gun fire with police. also in missouri officer was
overnight. the circumstances surrounding the shooting still unclear at this point and governor of the state is asking for prayers for that officer. in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 news. >> daniel: >> gene: >> gene: puts end to innocent life. >> sara: british teenager now frozen in time. final wish after dying of cancer. this was a controversial decision to take her to court before death. judge ultimate ruled the 14-year-old was mature enough to be cryojenically frozen and when she passed away her body was
cryogenic facility and girl says it hopes her to be revived one day when cure for cancer is found. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. waiting for accident to clear on 128 southbound before trapelo road in waltham. still have several accidents on side streets. be careful of overpasses, underpasses and more slippery and slick than the main roads. this accident that i have been following and seeing heavy volume and blocked around willard street. northbound jampacked and typical volume we are used to and live drive times, 35 minutes route 1 from 128 to the tobin and 27 minutes on the expressway, hour and 20 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and, shiri, few flakes that we have seen really
savoie got over a foot of snow, otis six inches of snow and berkshires three inches of snow and obviously western mass a lot more than we did in the bulk of new hampshire or eastern massachusetts where we have all under an inch snowfall report this morning and still have flurries out there and still got potential here for a little coating of snow and what many of you will find outside and additional snow today, restricted to the there into the green mountains as well, highest elevations could get slightly more and attention goes from very snowy conditions and windy concern and winds sustained 15 to 30 and gusty 30 miles per hour and strong enough to do damage and future cast showing you mostly dry conditions here and monday picture is going to be mostly dry. i just want you to be ready for couple smear there flurries. little consequence not really going to stick out there but
blown day ahead. high 39? in boston and points north and west of boston have a tough time getting into the 40s today. southeastern massachusetts runs couple degrees warmer, lower 40s but all of these are ten? below average and coldest day so far this season and damaging we get toward wednesday though huge travel day around great lakes and rain and snow zipping down the massachusetts veil here and rain showers that way but eastern united states, central united states and weather maker and wednesday here thanksgiving giving mess we will have to deal
does look very light out there and a little bit of snow or sleet or freezing rain first thing in the morning could make for dangerous thursday morning and thanksgiving travel so be aware of that and bring you latest update as i get them and friday for black friday shoppers, 30s, 50?, slight risk that we have a little sprinkle left but we have more rain and snow in the forecast here for next saturday. back to you guys. >> sara: new hampshire fighting to state law after overdose. >> these are human lives. when do you not reach out to and section 35 why are we not doing it. >> sara: section 35 what the law called here in massachusetts allowing families and police for involuntary commit addicts and new hampshire has highest opioid in the nation, close to 500 deaths in year and compared to
tonight at 10:00, stephanie coueignoux sits down with mother and investigates the benefits and drawbacks of the law. >> gene: 8:21. massachusetts new marijuana law goes into effect next month and there are still some loose ends coming up this hour the people that will not be allowed to smoke pot even when it is made legal. and self-driving cars are coming
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>> gene: acc patrick lone walk ceremony and whole thing cost more than $300,000. the expenses all covered by donations for private citizens and corporations. one of the biggest ticket items was patrick statehouse portrait cost more than $73,000. >> sara: self-driving cars could be hitting streets of boston the new year. cambridge based newton me plans to start testing autonomous in south boston and company
continents including as a taxi service in singapore. during its test run newtonmy will work closely with dot to evaluate safety procedures and these will be the first self-driving cars to hit public roads in massachusetts. >> gene: 2016 might not go out with bang and getting rid of traditional firework but and first thing featured as fireworks and funded by donations and so far organizers $100,000 short of their goal and if can't raise the money they will put on pyrotechnics display in copley square instead. >> shiri: tracking travel delays right now getting nuclear in on it and travelers to new york, nuclear newark and issue i
>> gene: 8:30 and live look at boston right now. we got snow lingering around and wind what will really make it cold out there and just feels like >> sara: i was bundled up and still freezing. >> julie: get cold real fast. >> shiri: south shore around scituate flakes left brockton as well and temperaturewise here it is lower 30s in and around all
worcester 27?, pepperell 32, amherst, new hampshire 30? and we got 33 in plymouth, 35 in falmouth and 36 on the vineyard. a little batch of light rain headed toward nantucket right now. honestly today and radar not very well picking up fine flurries i still think occasionally you will catch a couple of those and very windy day, 39 in boston at noon, 40? at 3:00 p.m., the windy conditions not just one thing. i will show you how long they stick around. julie grauert now with us and live drive time traffic and you have major drive time. >> we are not out of the woods. several accidents following throughout the morning and most recent on 128 south before practice tello road and finally been cleared out but we are
and earlier scene causing slowdown that is been cleared and southbound drivers moving once again. here are live drive times and last two or three minutes it was 103 minutes and triple digits no longer and at hour and 40 minutes on 128 south from peabody to the weston tolls. back to you. >> gene: police investigating possible homicide. >> sara: mother of four died at fight outside party. fox25 michael henrich live in hoping surveillance video will provide some clues, michael. >> michael: mother of four lost her life at apartment
they are a pack of wolves and disgusting. >> michael: 44-year-old gloribel orengo killed. owner's son says the home health aid and mother of four took 28-year-old son with special needs to party at westminster apartment in lowell with long time friends. mother get attacked after >> blood and all this and for him to have to go through that is unbelievable and they cut him, they have stitches and mom. >> michael: repeating words i
was then pronounced dead at local hospital. lowell police and d.a. working together and it is considered homicide and no one has been arrested and lowell police expected on scene today we will, of course, continue to work throughout the day to get you update on the case. live in lowell, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: family inside the home was sleeping when stolen suv crashed into their front of their home leaving a giant hole ne days before thanksgiving the family doesn't have a home and northborough police station where they are looking for two people that stole the suv. good morning. >> jessica: crews at home start working after all of this and happened early sunday morning as everyone inside was asleep and as you said the next couple months the family can't live there.
sunday morning, this black suv crashed right through the front door on hudson street. >> was it scary. >> jessica: mass state police say it happened sunday morning and pursuing the suv they say was stolen down 290 and stopped the pursuit after it left the highway. short time later troopers found it wedged inside the cone's home. susan says her son actually overheard two men inside suv arguing before they ran off. >> he said that one of them said that they should stay, it was accident and stay and deal and they ran. >> jessica: eventually called it off and susan says behind the home is river and swampy area. as for the family she says just days before thanksgiving all seven of them including her elderly in laws are now without a home and impact of the crash was so hard the structure now unsafe.
>> jessica: anyone with information asked to call state police. jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: osha investigating a accident at construction site. man was killed when saw kicked back and hit him in the neck. young father of three's widow spoke only to fox25 christine mcdearth bethe devastating loss. >> >> christine: true family man. >> he was an amazing father. >> chris:. >> crystal: >> reporter: d.a.'s office says circular chop saw bound and kicked back and blade cutting his neck.
save jason. >> tried to apply pressure, tried to keep him upright and do everything we could until the ambulance arrived. >> couldn't breathe. hit his carotid artery. tried to control the bleeding. >> christine: duxbury police have been investigating but jen has questions. >> i mean why? >> christine: trying to figure out how to care for children. >> this one has a lot going on, on feeding tube. >> christine: meanwhile jen says she is grateful for those that did everything they could to try to bring their husband home. >> thank you to everyone that
>> chris mccarthy, for example 25 news. >> sara: she won't be able to return to work now she has to care for her children. her family is putting together a account at south shore bank for donations. sara: law for recreational marijuana in massachusetts and police and fire department re-assessing for employees and in massachusetts there's already law on book that officers and firefighters from smoking tobacco and police and fire departments across the state are making it clear that they also have zero tolerance for marijuana use but one lawyer tells the paper that unions will likely fight any department that tries to punish someone. with just a few weeks to go before question four becomes legal, make sure you know how it works. log on to fox25boston.com for
regulations. >> gene: tom brady lit up 49ers and getting back on track. first down and another weapon for patriots offense and looking for julian edelman for the back of the endzone, six-zero patriots and extra point was missed and move ahead to second and fake to edelman and then he to james white, he makes it for the pile on and pouring rain kept fourth quarter scoreless and first play of the fourth quarter danny amendola and patriots up 20-ten and might be brady's best pass of the season and right pass an ear to malcolm mitchel and catches it in stride and he is gone. his first career touchdown patriots win it 30-17.
return home. >> very cool. doesn't get any better than that and ever do that with special and pregame warm-up and last play of the game. >> >> gene: patriots take on jets in new york on sunday. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. 93 south a little bit longer than hour and hour and ten minutes in zakim bridge. shiri? >> shiri: mostly cloudy day ahead and flurries linger into the afternoon and gusts up to 50 miles per hour. it is going to be windy up there, highs only in the 30s to lower 40s. chilly day ahead, i will show you when we are on track for a little bit of warm-up next week next. >> sara: it is supposed to be a night about music but american music awards turned political. still ahead how the host and musicians turned on the president-elect. >> gene: outrage from
experience a breakfast sandwich made for bacon lovers. america runs on dunkin'. >> shiri: berkshires ongoing snow and across massachusetts though and right now stray flurries impacting middle cape down to nantucket. >> gene: weymouth woman several serious injuries and months in the hospital after hit in crosswalk. two good samaritans helped a woman. >> daniel: kim longmore in intensive care in beth israel hospital in boston and ruptured
longmore struck around 6:00 friday morning in brighton near brookline line. head secretary. >> i'm sure they know they hit her because of how much sports and how much damage done to her body. >> on sunday lindsay says her mother puts in a 12-hour workday and hometown of weymouth helping adults with special needs and hit and run and police told the family there are surveillance camera where she was hit and they are in the process now trying to see if any of the cameras actually picked up vehicle. family is raising money and meantime to cover the medical expenses. for more information on how you can help head over to website it
>> julie: accident in spot problematic all morning and route 3 and trouble spot and tweets, facebook messages and how slippery and icy it is over there. as we shift south expressway jampacked from the braintree split up to columbia road and looks like new accident now insult to injury and 128 to the braint tobin and this kind of heavy steady volume will stay with us until about 9:30. here are live drive times, 44 minutes on pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave, half hour on expressway and hour and ten minutes 128 south which is improvement along the triple digits seen in last report. >> still be dangerous out there. >> tweets and pictures out there
coating out there this morning and doesn't take a lot to slicken roadways and temperatures at freezing right now and locked up moisture as for any additional snow accumulation, my concern of that will be very, very low. although we got a couple flurries, no additional accumulation really expected in the area unless you're headed out to the berkshires today. wind is going to be the biggest concern, gusts up around 50 could definitely do damage here especially to tree limbs, perhaps tr and causing property damage and power outages and on top of that it is extremely cold and we got wind chills because of the wind. so right now 33? with mostly cloudy skies in boston, winds gusting 25 miles per hour. it only feels like 23 and so far this morning has felt like it is in the teens. so over the next 12 hours temperature in boston hanging out in the 30s, getting up to 40s if we are lucky. the clouds hang tight today, so does the wind. don't be shocked to see a couple
and even this evening. and you can see most of them have dried up, we have snow that will continue to bump into western new england, additional one to three inches accumulation expected there as we travel through the rest of the day but future cast painting mostly dry picture here, definitely windy, big thing today. as we get into tomorrow you will find things a little bit brighter, especially in the afternoon and additional light snow and northern most new england and huge travel day wednesday and bringing dry conditions to eastern united states and even middle of the united states but right there in the middle up around the great lakes, mix of rain and snow down the ohio valley into the mississippi valley and we got scattered rain showers and weather maker actually shifts toward us as we get toward thanksgiving and not just as rain.
slight risk that we get couple more flurries, temperatures tomorrow going to be slightly warmer, going low to mid-40s in most spots tomorrow. got partly sunny skies, no more flurries in the forecast but still have wind and just keep in mind as we start thinking head toward thanksgiving travel plan and going down the road to maybe relatives house, we start out with the potential of slippery conditions, including rain, sleet and some freezing reason. still working to iron out the details there, transition over to light and patchy plain rain showers. right now looks very light but saw this morning with just a little coating of snow can do to the roads and how slippery it can get and watching for next weather maker on thursday for thanksgiving for friday we are waking up to the 30s, highs around 50, mostly cloudy skies, only slight risk for sprinkle here for black friday shopping and next weather maker after that is time for the weekend saturday again chance for rain
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>> gene: going away for thks be alone. 49 million people will travel 50 miles according to aaa. 2% increase over last year and most of the people will be driving and they won't have to dish out as much money to do so either. thanksgiving gas prices are the second cheapest in nearly a decade and report says people in central and northwestern parts of the country will face the highist risk of delays. gene: midnight black
to find discounts and deals. shoppers are expected to spend since hundred $55 billion on holiday gifts this season. >> sara: new survey shows people that currently own samsung smartphones are just as loyal to their brand as apple iphone users and stick with the company when it is time for samsung after the company's recent recall for fire prone galaxy phones. it may have issues to shut down unexpectedly and problem isn't a safety issue and only a small number of iphone 6s devices and apple is urging anyone to take phone to apple store and if
things about george w. bush. >> sara: new image of flip-flops reviving the internet dress craze and look at newest optackle illusion. some people say the flip-flops are blue and black while others are seeing gold and white. i see gold and blue. the image has been shared thousands of times as people take the debate the color they say and just like the infamous dress and led to scientific colo a perception and go back to the flip-flops shiri says she sees black. >> blue and black. >> we have risk for some additional flurries today and
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>> daniel: local mother beaten to death as apartment complex as herb son watc for suspects but family members say they know who's responsible. >> catherine: two hours there will be a gathering for a anti-hate rally. >> julie: pope making permanent shift when it comes to abortion. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news.