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still don't have a clear winner r the democrats and what the candidates are doing to keep momentum rolling. >> julie: candidates looking at their numbers. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> julie: good morning, everyone, tuesday, february 2nd, it is groundhog day, i'm julie grauert. >> daniel: the groundhog did not see his shadow. stormtracker jason. >> jason: temperatures upper 30s and lower 40s, 42 in boston, 36 worcester, 37 in lawrence right now.
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40s not near the warmth and lower 40s and just after 5:00 so getting started on earlier commute, definitely still want the sunglasses and overnight tonight. beginning to see some lower 30s out to the west and some rain approaching, i will tell you what that means for the morning drive time tomorrow. but groundhog day today, plenty of sunshine for massachusetts and cloudier skies to the west. i will have more coming up. >> julie: trouble spots, 93 sluggish to somerville and 128 southbound through lexington as you approach waltham. pike moving along as brighton
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heavy and steady and 495 to mass ave and braintree split to the pike, 53 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. >> reporter: hillary clinton and bernie sanders are in dead heat and trump in second praise and most votes from west roxbury candidate in history. 3rd place finisher marco rubio just one point behind trump and heading into new hampshire and democratic side and right now
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than a percentage point. >> now new hampshire astound the world again. >> reporter: bernie sanders standing in back of pickup truck and next of primary 1 week from today. reporting live in washington, jacqueline fells, fox25 news. >> julie: poor showings in iowa for mike huckabee and martin o'malley are both out. >> daniel: with the caucuses over it is now on to primary and flooding into the state overnight. we have team coverage in new hampshire right now fox25
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the democrats but first michael henrich is live in nashua where chris christie is holding an early morning campaign event. >> michael: supposed to start at 8:00 groundhog day breakfast and it is still going on now. governor christie was a few minutes late and few people did leave, but as soon as he got started everyone again took their seats and it has gone long at this point. he is answering question and president obama was the first senators elected and pointed to ted cruz and first term senators as they run to the presidency now. here is another comment that
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asked about the significance of last night's results in iowa. >> big trouble and did what needed to do. >> michael: clear politics average major polls and 2nd 2nd place here and new hampshire trailing billionaire trump by more than 70 points. ohio governor john kasich exactly has risen in the polls and now according to that
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and most recent average trump up 5% in what with and ended up and new hampshire voters go to the policies. >> julie: catherine parrotta continues the team coverage and people out early to support her. >> catherine: if you can pan a little bit there and security there gathered by the door and security has been tight and already done the sweep through the area where this event will be taking place.
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today. >> iowa astounded the world. >> catherine: bernie sanders has two get out the votes today, first one in keene at three, hillary clinton will have a similar event at nashua community college at 11 and will be joined by former president clinton there and joined by former congresswoman gabby gifford and i asked what she thought about the tight results in iowa and take a listen.
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>> catherine: bernie sanders is leading in the polls and isn't the first time hillary clinton is trailing, it would predicted she would lose to senator obama and end up winning by three percentage points and last night any indication. so giving you another live look at the scene in nashua, new hampshire, this is for the hillary clinton event and taking place in two hours from now before she goes out to do other updated. live in nashua, new hampshire, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> julie: we will have live reports and we will be anchoring the coverage from our election studio in manchester. we will also be bringing you primary specials every night at 7:00 featuring fox25 political reporter sharman sacchetti with in depth reports on the candidates and expert analysis. on primary night we will be with you from our news at 5:00 p.m. straight through 11:30 bringing you live results, live reports
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speeches as they happen. we will also stream it live on and the fox25 news app. >> daniel: new details this morning person involved in motorcycle crash overnight has died on main street in woburn before midnight. photographer on the scene as crews were picking up pieces and they tell us the motorcycle were in the back of parked van and won't release the name of the person killed in the crash and man in late 20s. investigators say they are amazed woman hit by the car and dragged for miles is alive this morning. doctors are able to save her arms but say she still has a long road to recovery. the alleged driver of the car that hit her hit her hid her face in court yesterday. she pled not guilty to man and woman in chinatown, dragging woman for 3 miles at southwest expressway in dorchester. another driver spotted the
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exit and she got out of her car, saw the victim on the ground and then took off. police stopped her a short time later. she is now being held on $5,000 bail. daniel: more details on driver's past. she lists job on booking sheet asthmassage therapist and twice been charged offering sex for fee in brighton in 2007 and waltham in 2009 and both are continuing without a finding and next court date is february february 26th. >> julie: fighting to stop standoff becomes a victim herself. cath rick clark home in melrose when police officers swarmed her house and received a computer generated phone call and shots fired and active shooter in clark's home. melrose police determined there was no shooter and incident under investigation. in november clark introduced
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hoax emergency calls known as swatting. through brighton and volume remains steady through on theeeb lanes and we will continue this way for the next ten or 15 minutes and look at drive times in a few minutes. first, here is jason. >> jason: it is clear, sunny, nice start to the day here, no sign of any appending weather and big storm system moving by tomorrow and change things up, and tell you who could see ice in the morning and how much rain to expect straight ahead. >> daniel: fans stole the show and hopes to turn viral image in cash for college. >> julie: local firefighter in
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new punishment for >> daniel: woman says racial slurs were yelled at them and break them. >> shock, upset and remain unbroken, proud of who we are. >> daniel: activists say this isn't isolated event and they have increased security on
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>> julie: town of weymouth days without pay. on facebook carron calls drug addicts losers and patients should be left to die instead of receiving the overdose reversing drug narcan and told fox25 the firefighter was frustrated but that's not an excuse. >> more than writing that. >> julie: chief tells fox25 no further disciplinary action planned. julie: governor charlie baker $2.5 million will help law enforcement agencies and grants will help pay for more overdoses of that overdosing drug narcan and more treatment beds for drug addict patients. >> daniel: emerson college students in trouble for rent.
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students are standing by according to the globe sophomore jack violated the school policy by allowing people to rent on-site airbnb and he was trying to offset the cost of school while providing service and petition on last check and this morning more than 260 people have signed it. >> julie: e. coli outbreak at popular chain appears to be over customers were getting sick after eighting there. the cause is still unknown but the cdc says it has been contained. they are planning to close all stores next monday to discuss the food safety protocols. julie: popular lip bulk won't have to change ingredients eos sued by customers said the lip balk break out into red
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says they resolved the suit and lip balk new packaging to better instructed people how to use them. julie: 9:17 if you're ready to head out the door, slow expressway up to morrissey boulevard. pike moving along at decent clip a little spot of slowing we are seeing through the brighton area that volume still remains steady and heavy eastbound. over to the live drive times, 33 minutes on the pike from 495 to mass ave. 20 minutes from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel. 31 minutes on the expressway. hey, 30 minutes, gained a whole minute from the braintree split to the exit for the pike. meteorologist jason brewer and pleasant day ahead. >> jason: today back to more seasonable weather but still not bad and plenty of sun to go around. tomorrow different story. wind on the way, rain on the way, even the chance for some
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well out to the north and west and see that occur and satellite radar pick all clear, sunny skies, nice conditions outside and 30s and lower 40s and iowa back toward nebraska and that storm will pass well to the north and west but also going to bring the rain on the warm side of it more straight ahead and boston at 42 , sunny skies, feels like 37 with a little bit of breeze but not too much. too much. in the mid-40s between one and 3:00 and slowly coming into the upper 30s well after sunset and lawrence 37 right now with sunshine and sunny skies above u.s. i should say and looking great and 3:00 number of 40 and for you in the upper 30s by 7:00 tonight. as we go into the highs middle 40s, still running about five, ten above normal although
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little bit crisper. 42 keene orange today, 45 nashua, 46 boston and 47 in plymouth this afternoon. now, as we go back to the west, we the storm system approaching, nice and sunny today, we will go ahead and advance future cast ahead in time and up to wednesday 7:00 a.m. let me step over this way because we are going to be watching those 30 to 32 degree readings for places like orange and keene and brattleboro, vermont and place in the early morning hours where we could start out with freezing rain and even sleet mixing in as the system makes way well off to the northwest. then the warm air starts to come in and take over and the rain moves in into parts of western mass by ten in the morning tomorrow. let's go up to about 5:00. showers beginning to move on in across the rest of southern new england. it will be windy, gusts to about 40 miles per hour possible as storm passes by, showers continue to move in and into the evening. so the afternoon drive time on
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looks like the best chance to see the widespread rain and heavier downpours embedded could see inch in spots. let's go up to thursday 7:00 a.m., clearing skies, left-off shower, mainly to the south and east. out of the south and a lot of spots and clouds and rain around won't be able to get and enjoy too much and groundhog day 47 and 30 tonight and then warming rapidly as warm front passes through and rain coverage at 100%. 54 the high but again with the clouds and wind and rain, just nasty wednesday and few showers and mainly south and east of boston and friday we get back to more seasonable temperatures once again on into the weekend. not looking too bad at this point. there will be better chance for some rain and or snow by early next week.
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anticipate drop in coffee state side. >> daniel: super bowl sunday five days away and one question still unanswered about the game. right now we don't know who's going to be singing the national amthem. we don't know that yet and obviously a big game with it brings with the 50 super bowl. >> julie: vegas has thoughts on who will open. right now it is thought to be adele. she should be the main act. other ads taylor swift, maybe duo with blake shelton and christina aguilera and miley cyrus rounds pack 15:1 odds but she is too racy. >> daniel: drake university in iowa stole the show. watch in upper left hand of the corner in the screen.
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it is peter, he is a freshman at drake. this morning he has been dubbed sticker kid throughout the whole speech and covered with stickers real kicker, tells he is not sure he will vote for yet, knew a candidate will be at his school so he went. >> julie: he would auction to pay for tuition. i don't know who would. they were all over his body and face. college is expensive these days. julie: turns out political team proposal was a prank. pulled off by two emerson college kids, man wearing ted cruz for president t-shirt got down on one knee and asked to marry him. it wasn't a real proposal.
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one of them told they were so excited for them. >> daniel: okay. i guess i can be excited for them too, i guess. >> daniel: it was just a prank so what happens when they propose and get married to someone else and see the picture and always have it there. >> jason: mid-30s to 40 from milton to westford and around walpole as well and bright start to the day, temperatures cooler right now than we were yesterday at this time. lots of up and downs reading in 7-day forecast and i will have it coming up the next half hour. >> jessica: so many questions
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punxsutawney phil. don't mess with phil. >> daniel:. >> sarah: refer to punxsutawney phil? >> daniel: i'm going to take it. >> jason: by the looks of the thing today, cooler than yesterday on the order of ten, 15 , but still no big complaints temperatures are running in the upper 20s far west but lower 40s as you get closer to the metrowest location, chelmsford at 41, right now 38 lexington, 35 walpole, 42 boston logan airport and temperatures are in the upper 30s and lower 40s down to the cape and back around plymouth county as well. so our day planner today, it is
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with midday temperatures in the middle 40s and afternoon temperatures topping out in the upper 40s today. now, tomorrow rain moving in. some could see a good inch of rain, widespread showers moving in, wind as well and i will have an hour-by-hour look when you can expect those showers today to impact the neighborhood straight ahead. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes and 93 south we have an accident in the medford area. route 1 in saugus looking better as you could see live look at the zakim bridge where traffic pretty typical on the bridge and on the leverett connector for this time of the commute. here are live drive times. 29 minutes on the pike from 495 to mass ave, 28 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike, 29 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in
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>> daniel: first test in the caucus. >> reporter: what start to season. hillary clinton and bernie sanders in dead heat and donald trump loses to ted cruz. immersed with most votes in iowa caucus in history. marco rubio one point behind trump showing strong momentum heading into new hampshire and a little murko democratic side and clinton leading sanders by less than percentage point and things still being tallied and claiming victory, sanders calling it a virtual tie. >> i stand here tonight breathing big sigh of relief. thank you. >> got in from iowa that
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and new hampshire we can astound the world again. >> reporter: bernie sanders talking with new hampshire. reporting live in washington, jacqueline fells, fox25 news. >> julie: cruz may be celebrating a win but iowa caucuses not be a predicter who will have the nomination. 34% of the votes and behind him mitt romney with 25%. john mccain only had 13% of the votes and ended up getting gop nominee that year and four years later rick santorum narrowly beat out romney. it was so close winner and days later it was revealed that santorum actually won by 34 votes. romney was gop nominee in 2012. >> daniel: this morning candidates are focusing on new hampshire. team coverage from the granite state this morning and primary is 1 week away.
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watching the arrival of republican candidates and first we begin with catherine parrotta who's live in nashua this morning where clinton campaign event will get underway later today. good morning, catherine. >> catherine: good morning, daniel, that event set to begin about an hour and a half from now at nashua community college and show you the scene here, wanted to start with the line line of people that you can see leading up to the door of the building here, all of them waiting to get inside at the hillary clinton event, and then if my photographer continue panning around, see on lawn there, security details and security personnel with a dog. of course, security here is tight and inside the building to make sure the building is secure and then continue panning over there where members of the media are and see that they are actually checking members of the media too before we are allowed into the building. security very tight as typically is as 1349 campaign events but hillary clinton, bernie sanders, they are both in new hampshire
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after 4:30 this morning and again, clinton will be starting her date in nashua. she will anybody nashua community college at 11:00, get out the vote event and with former presidential candidate who will spend the -- former president clinton who will spend the day campaigning for his wife gabby gifford will be there and get the out the vote in keene followed by another event a few hours later and this morning he is reflecting on iowa while looking ahead to new hampshire. here is what he said. >> fought at campaign 30, 40 points behind and we are very proud of the campaign that we want and i think the significance is that for folks that did not think bernie sanders could win, compete against hillary clinton, i hope that that thought is now gone, we are going to fight really hard in new hampshire and then we are going to nevada and going
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we look forward to doing well around the country. >> catherine: one event in new hampshire and town hall meeting tomorrow night but they have been locked in debate over future debates over the weekend, sanders and tentatively participate in debate on thursday. however, in exchange sanders has requested they do three more and dates and location and live to new hampshire, first event of the day for hillary clinton and get situated for the event and keep you updated from the campaign trail.
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first but many for a big one next tuesday and continues the live team coverage in nashua where chris christie currently holding a rally. michael? >> michael: in fact, the event ended within the past 30 minutes or so and during election year and spoke at length answering questions for a long time. among them delivering his -- some speech of sorts on his resume talking about his experience as a u.s. attorney and how he says that would help him if elected president when dealing with homeland security, and that sort of message did resonate with at least one undecided voter in the room. >> sounds like you might have made up your mind here. >> i want to feel safe in this
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to say about that fact, if we feel safe, then all the other faction work out. >> michael: christie has uphill battle and real clear politics, donald trump is in the lead here in the granite state with 33.2% of the vote. ted cruz, senator from texas, has 11 and a half percent, which is actually tied for second with ohio governor john kasich. governor jeb bush then has 10.3%, senator marco rubio nine and a half percent and then have christie at six and a half. no consolation to him mean there are three candidate polling at less than 4% but he says he will continue to work hard to try to elevate the status within the next week. you will see a lot of candidates repeating that sort of message and first in the nation primary here and with nightly specials
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so stay with us. live in nashua, new hampshire, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> julie: bernie sanders and hillary clinton are in a dead heat. handful of precincts were so close they had to be determined by flip of the coin. clinton was awarded additional delegate. means she took five of the precincts eight tied precincts and fox25 place to turn all week leading up to the new hampshire primary and we will have live reports and we will be anchoring the coverage from the election studio in manchester and also be bringing you primary special every night at 7:00 featuring fox25 political reporter sharman sacchetti with in depth reports on candidates and expert analysis and then on primary night we will be with you from the news at 5:00 p.m. straight through 11:30 bringing you live results, reports from candidates headquarters and speeches as they happen. we will also stream it all live on and on the fox25 news app. >> daniel: 9:39.
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in the hospital in critical condition following some sort of incident at home in roxbury. we did some digging and have uncovered reports that dcf has been at that home before. fox25 jessica reyes is live outside the home with the latest on the investigation this morning. hi, jess. >> jessica: police have been in and out of the home all morning long. you can see the crews are right here, couple up and down the street in the last couple of minutes and what they are doing we know is they are watching the scene until investigators get back here later on today at some point to continue processing evidence on the second floor unit where this family lives. now, a source did tell the crews last night it was a family member that injured this little boy but this morning so many questions about this still. >> came downstairs because i saw police cars and emt's.
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where helpless three-year-old boy sunday. >> can't imagine. in state of shock. >> jessica: severe head trauma with other serious injuries and tells us person responsible may be a family member. police comb through the house monday, sickened when she learned why they were there. >> breaks heart someone inflicted injuries. >> jessica: they are working with police and taken the boy and five-year-old sister into custody and this morning they are praying for the little boy's recovery, anxious on what exactly went on inside the home. >> it is a very quiet neighborhood, something like this, shocking.
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still ongoing, still very active at this time and little boy we know, he is still in critical condition at boston medical center. jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> julie: slow going over the bridge and leverett connector right now and have look at live drive times in a moment. first, here is jason. >> jason: rain in here tomorrow and time that out coming up and let you know how much warmer we will get in the coming days as well. >> daniel: so-called snake island getting green light and put poisonous makes right in the
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>> daniel: stock market opened up 15 minutes ago and already the dow is down 228 points as you see there, and it is fluctuating as we continue to tell you about it and continue to follow the market online for the latest and head over to >> julie: investigators releasing little information why virginia tech student killed teenage girl. one of the suspects described as student athlete, other had dreams of working for nasa.
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court yesterday on charges they abducted and killed 13-year-old and he told the investigators i believe the truth can set me free and said she was not killed with a gun. they conditioned find what they were looking for. >> daniel: comedian bill cosby will go before a judge in pennsylvania and asked to ask a judge to dismiss criminal charge allegedly that he sexually assaulted a woman in his home back in 2004. he claims the encounter was consensual but today's case goes further than that. his lawyer says cosby testified in a civil case involving the same woman years ago as wouldn't be charged criminally and former district attorney says the promise was never made.
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dinner can put you under breaking the law. feds want it lowered to .05. to the average woman that had be only one drink per hour. medford police are asking for the public's help identifying the man in this surveillance footage. and man breaking into a five guys burgers in station landing and man stole cash from the safe around 2:00 yesterday afternoon. you're asked to call medford police if you can identify the suspect. >> julie: 9:47. grocery store warning customers about a scam. coupon posted on facebook is fake, they are not giving away coupons for $200. spokesman says they are getting it removed from facebook and urging customers not to click on it or provide any personal information. julie: this is what you need to know right now. still slow on the expressway from the furnace brook parkway up to morrissey boulevard. 93 south we have an accident
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otherwise route 1 and 128 southbound at decent clip. pretty average delays right now on the leverett connector, but keeping decent pace over the zakim bridge itself. here are live drive times, teen minutes route 1, 128 to the tobin and 495 south to the leverett connector and 23 minutes leaders 128 southbound route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. >> jason: most quiet and tomorrow storm system back over the central u.s. is headed our direction. so we will start to see clouds move in, wind and rain, but right now the sunny skies big story after yesterday's 60s, today cooler despite full
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above normal for this time of year and gusts 40 miles per hour day tomorrow and windswept rain moving in too warm for any snow and ice out west what we will be watching for and rain to start early enough and 42 in boston, 39 norwood and plymouth as well and early on on nice start on the tuesday and running mid to upper 40s, plenty of clouds and warm up more, warm front comes by. boosts numbers into the 50s but with rain moving in and won't be able to get out and enjoy 50 degree readings like we did yesterday. look at future cast, seven in the morning, lots of clouds aren't, not much rain yet, going to see the rain begin, it might begin as freezing rain or even sleet mixing in for places like
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early in the morning and warm air continues to stream in so we will change it all over to more of a rain event as we get into the late-morning and middle part of the day. here is look at your wednesday 1:00 showers most likely for the lunch hour, west and north of boston, but for the afternoon drive time rain becoming more likely across the central parts of the state as well and on into the evening and showers begin to push down to the south and east. so heavier bouts of rain coming up late day through the evening tomorrow and then we will be slow to clear things out on thursday. so it is just a slow moving type front. it is not one of the fast moving bouts of northwest wind that come through and just clear us out quickly. so we will be seeing leftier -- leftier total, 47 , nice and sunny out there to enjoy the outdoor plans, 30 tonight and then by tomorrow the 50s and wind and rain.
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yet. remember, slow moving front. so we don't get big blast of cold air. we do finally get back to normal on friday and then over the weekend 20s in the morning and still 40s peeking up in the afternoon experts chance of rain and or snow by early next week. julie? >> julie: thousands of children found with high level of lead in their body.
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today in america, the top 1/10 of 1% owns almost as much wealth as the bottom 90% this great country and our government belong to all of us. wall street, corporate america, wealthy campaign donors have so much influence that the only way they are defeated is when millions of people begin to stand up and say loudly and clearly, "enough is enough." i'm bernie sanders,
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>> julie: charlie baker says he supports the department of fishery and quabbin reservoir island with colony of rattle snakes and some residents are concerned the snakes will swim across the water and attack people but experts say the snakes will not survive if they escape the island. julie: proposing 50 bobcat permits through lottery system and first bobcat hunt since 1989 and it is being met with a a lot of criticism. hundreds of both sides attended
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it would take effect. >> daniel: mosquito borne illness is circulating through south and central america and one of the countries added is dominican republic. fox25 talked to pregnant woman from medford who was planning on moon. she says the outbreak has caused her to change her plans but it haven't been easy. >> paperwork, doctor's note and to you. >> daniel: cdc has map of all the countries where zica is spreading right now. you can find that on our website at and located under the help tab indecent assault thousands of massachusetts children have been recorded with high levels of their bodies. wash bureau does do the numbers, finding in 2014 nearly section thousand kids under section were found to have elevated lead levels.
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lead poisoning when retested six months later and 92 confirmed cases of lead poisoning in new hampshire. >> no pattern, doesn't happen in cities, happens in small towns and rural areas where you have elevated lead levels. >> julie: cdc says there are no safe levels of lead for children and reported on a bill to report spikes in lead levels within 15 days. >> daniel: final check of the forecast. yesterday was fantastic. i'm hoping we can top that today. >> jason: sunny. >> daniel: that's good. we will take it. >> jason: today get out of the record territory and he not bad for groundhog day. tomorrow not looking good. going to be windy, rainy, temperatures in the 50s and going to be a messy day. thursday begin to cool a little bit, really friday when you start to feel more like typical
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still not much in the way of any snow chances, guys, going to be early next week, guys, before we see any real chance for flakes out here. >> daniel: you know, however long it stretches out, i'm okay with that. >> julie: then the grand hog punxsutawney phil did not see the shadow. >> daniel: which means spring will come sooner. >> julie: who was it, mrs. what would you do with five minutes to kill, and a smart phone? check the scores. probably post a pic. text a friend. how about register to vote? really? you can. five minutes online and a massachusetts drivers license is all it takes to register
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