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>> daniel: local community could be forced to relive the darkest day. why movie producers want to fill what you are the down with gun fire and explosions once again. >> julie: it is 9:00 on tuesday, february 23rd. >> daniel: we have a bit of winter weather on the way. meteorologist shiri spear is in the stormtracker weather center when the snow will arrive. shiri? >> shiri: snow pushing in tonight and likely going to move in during the tail end of evening commute and have winter weather advisory much later today and all i got are clouds, 32 in boston, a lot of 20s still on the map though from areas like bedford, over to
worcester, 35 in plymouth, and we still got plenty of breaks north of boston and thin spots. noon time we are going to be close to 40 , afternoon, take you to 4:00 p.m. because that's the soonest i see snow getting into the worcester area and likely going to approach boston at 7:00 in the evening, so that winter weather advisory for icy travel and good thing for tomorrow morning, in particular west of 128 and 95 and soak up whatever sunshine you can find out there this morning. 36 to 42 , clouds will take over quickly, but no snow until four to 7:00 this evening. now over to julie again for live drive time traffic. good morning. >> julie: seeing residual delays, accident near dudley road and took down powerful and one lane blocked several hours. that's why we are seeing delays stretching past 128 into the weston area.
right now on 93 south through medford, 128 southbound sluggish through lexington. here is live look at 93 somerville through sullivan square, see pretty slow going. over to live drive time, 39 minutes on the pike from 495 to mass ave, 32 minutes on the expressway to the pike and 28 minutes on route 9 from 128 to hammond street. fox25 will be tracking the snow and ice shiri was talking about throughout the day. download the fox25 weather app for messy evening commute and five and six and latest on winter weather advisory. >> sara: >> daniel: story we have been following since 4:00. four-year-old picked up wandering the streets in the cold and take him to the hospital to be checked out. right now police are still trying to find the kids' parents fox25 michael henrich live on blue hill heave where -- avenue where the child was discovered and you have been working to find out where the boy belongs. >> michael: i still don't have
continue to work hard to find out. boston police did deliver the glimmer of silver lining as first reported 30 minutes ago. the ems was called out here as precaution. thankfully as precaution to treat the young boy, four-year-old boy found here at blue hill avenue and gaston street and somebody found him here at three in the morning. three in the morning wandering alone on the streets of dorchester. we don't know and that time at early morning hours and nonetheless, we will continue to work hard to find out. boston police told me when they got a little bit of update, police report simply isn't in the system yet, so media relations department who we speak with often could not release any information until we have it, of course, so as soon
to you either here in next live report in 30 minutes or on the fox25 news app. for now reporting live in dorchester, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> julie: fire investigators are blaming a hoverboard for starting a fire. fire happened at 8:30 last night on monmouth street. here is pictures what was left. the toy was popular holiday gift and federal safety regulators told people not to use them because they can catch fire. fortunately no one was hurt. >> daniel: cambridge cop off the job suspected of hitting a woman on bike with his car and then driving off. it is the story fox25 investigates broke during the 6:00 newscast last night. fox25 catherine parrotta is live at that intersection where it happened. good morning, catherine. >> catherine: good morning. very busy intersection as well, and see it there behind me. and check in with cambridge police and no charges at this
have been turned in and on paid administrative leave. >> motor vehicle accident, motor vehicle. motor vehicle black truck. >> catherine: cambridge police dispatch obtained by fox25 investigates and officers sent to respond sunday night blocks from the police station. 32-year-old woman riding a bicycle was injured. vehicle involved no longer on the scene. >> black pickup truck with extended cab on the back. >> catherine: witness provided police license plate number for the vehicle and cambridge police confirmed to fox25 they are investigating one of their own for the hit and run. sources tell us the officer was off-duty sunday and likely wasn't in uniform. he is now on paid administrative leave as state police accident reconstruction joined the investigation working to piece together exactly what happened. because the officer has not been charged as of right now, we are not releasing the name, which is
however, fox25 did go to the home where it was believed the officer is living, man came to the door and told us the officer does not, in fact, live there any more and not able to get side of the story. as for the bicyclist taken to the hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries and was expected to be released. of course, keep up with the story all day on the website at myfoxboston.com. also catch the latest on news tonight at five and six. for now live in cambridge, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> julie: this morning a group of gunman now being blamed for terrifying home invasion in one small town. the break-in happened saturday night and one happened on how street and other on camden street. three masked men came into the home with guns and forced the woman that live there to lie on the ground and took one woman's cell phone leaving her no way to call for help. >> didn't have cell phone, went down the street at her husband's business and made the phone call together. >> julie: neither victim was
on street in lawrence. >> julie: this morning police in dartmouth looking for person that robbed the local chipolte. forced employees into a cooler and robbed the manager in the back room and both suspects took off with the cash drawer and $300. >> daniel: this morning police say they got reports of fight of dorchester vigil but didn't arrest anyone or find any weapons. the vigil was held for 15-year-old deon hopkins. 16-year-old amari pope charged with stabbing hopkins in dorchester saturday night. pope was heading to the barber with his girlfriend when hopkins and the girl got into an argument. officials say that's when pope attacked hopkins with the kitchen knife. >> julie: bill cosby's wife will have to testify again in the coming weeks of sexual assault scandal involving her husband. yesterday camille cosby was forced to answer questions seven
against her husband. seven women are suing bill cosby for statements his spokesperson made about them after cosby was accused of raping and drugging the women. lawyers say camille's testimony was key. >> she would be in a unique position to observe, understand without discussion of any communication with husband. is to whether or not this type of behavior was going on. >> julie: bill cosby was not at -- with his wife in springfield and she slipped in and out the without anyone noticing. >> daniel: apple planning big show of support in boston. demonstrators will gather outside the store on boylston street during the newscast. it is part of the battle with the fib and judge ordered apple
san bernardino suspects with siied farook. >> julie: men launch website in next few weeks and plan launch in boston and new york city. it spent too much money for new stores in suburban areas. >> daniel: new law that impacts divorced couples. new proposals comes less than five years after first reform alimony bill was passed and making it need-based and ending alimony for life. critics say it only leads to confusion and misinterpretation. retired schoolteacher chester chin says he was hoping to get relief from the new law but only ended up costing him more in legal fees.
that direction. when i read the law i said there's a chance to get my life back in track. >> to have the case dismissed and really rejected was mind blowing. i couldn't -- to this day i can't understand how it happened >> daniel: critics say some are misinterpreting the law and some are igknowing -- ignoring it and stronger language. >> julie: change the way pets are sold in the city by setting precedent in the state. matt o'malley calling the puppy mill ban in jamaica plain. his proposal would outlaw the retail and roadside sale of dogs, cats, even rabbits because many times they are bread care. >> it is unfair, inhumane and want to make sure boston is known for taking care of all the residents, including four-legged ones.
formally introduced later today and they hope mayor marty walsh will sign it. julie: drive times slower because of accident near derby road and 30 minutes from 128 on route 9 eastbound to hammond street. shiri? >> shiri: right now i got a temperature around 30 . we got increasing clouds as we travel through the day but keeping it dry until we hit let's say mid to late afternoon. so 10:00 a.m. 33 , 11:00 a.m. 36, i will time out today's arrival of snow next. >> daniel: police weren't satisfied and how made things
>> julie: in less than an hour president obama will talk about guantanamo bay and lawmaker oppose closing the detention facility. jackie? >> reporter: president obama would close the prison as first act in office and seven years later he is making good. guantanamo bay is used as recruiting tool by terrorists and too costly to maintain.
current plan that involves transferring most of detainees to other countries. those deemed too dangerous for travel will be sent to detention facility here in the u.s. white house spokesman josh erness urging lawmakers to look with open mind. >> compelling case to be made and members of congress actually willing to be able to do that. >> reporter: white house says it is not ruling out using executive orders to close gitmo. jacqueline fell, fox25 news. >> daniel: thieves rip a brand-new stow from home in oklahoma and done more than
>> it is a bomb inside there. >> daniel: thieves didn't turn off the gas with home filled with it. when realtor walked in it blew up but somehow none of the debris hit him and police are still investigating the theft. >> fire high above construction site and tumbles to the ground and happened in australia. you can see the flames shooting from the motor of the crane, sparked by electrical problem. credibly no one was hurt but nearly dozen parked cars were crushed by falling metal. >> daniel: picture of woman and first child was used without her permission on internet. >> someone stole my family's first photo and put something like that on it, it disgusts me. >> daniel: the photo went
private moment. personal security say it is exciting to have something like this happen. >> long beyond the intended use. >> daniel: it is important to change settings on facebook so pictures can't be stolen. >> julie: still having issues on route 9 eastbound because of earlier accident near dudley road, saw the power pole down and one of the lanes causing backup past 128. expressway still slow from furnace brook parkway up to columbia road, as you can see very slow going as you head past morrissey boulevard and freeport street. 27 minutes on the expressway and 33 minutes 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector and 11 minutes on 128 northbound from university avenue and westwood to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and, shiri, we enjoyed a pretty calm commute in
tomorrow morning we will be dealing with snow and more importantly ice. >> >> shiri: snow moves in and moves in when you will be home today and ice in full force tomorrow morning. rain, got to put that in low threat category because it is only rain and plain rain and not the freezing rain, we are in okay shape. rain going to be much bigger player as we head into wednesday night and thursday because that's when we really get downpours. 32 in boston right now. we are warming up, caught up now to the freezing point. temperatures slide up to 35 at 11:00 this morning. afternoon temperatures get into the upper 30s, not 40 under mostly cloudy skies. check this out though. don't have rain and snow moving in until closer to about 7:00 this evening in boston a little bit sooner out toward point south and west, so worcester going to get into it a little bit earlier than that, but see
in bedford and fitchburg to 39 in nashua, 37 in worcester, upper 30s beverly, boston, down to plymouth and about 40 in hyannis. here are clouds as they roll on in. want to pause things up at 7:00 p.m., so you can see already got snow falling in worcester out across western massachusetts into connecticut. worcester it could arrive as soon as say 4:00 in the afternoon and looking at 5:00 p.m., 7:00 p.m. in boston and wiggle room if this comes in sooner than that, even by hour, we will see impact on evening commute, so clearly we will be tracking this forecast all day long, not just with you here on fox25, but also myfoxboston.com, fox25 weather app, all excellent ways to stay updated. 10:00 this evening, making changeover to rain and southeastern mass, got the rain-snow line that then gets up to about the mass pike and by 1:00 in the morning and going to
gist of it here while you're leaping -- sleeping tonight, go from snow to rain to freezing rain and a lot of spots north and west of boston that will still be freezing, so falling as lick wed and going to freeze to the ground. so areas that you can see shaded a little bit lighter, north shore, boston, southeastern massachusetts, coating to two inches of snow with trace amounts of ice and likely melt away 6:00 in the morning and deeper shading get up to three inches of snow and up to quarter inch of ice and there it is going to linger until probably about noon time and notice showers turn lighter as we go through the morning and kind of end up with sprinkles and lighter showers until we hit the wednesday evening commute and wednesday evening straight through thursday morning, batch of heavy rain and wind on top of that and icy threats tonight and tomorrow morning to heavy rain
look at thursday warm-up, 55 , still blustery here on friday at 54 . on and off clouds over the weekend with highs in the 40s next monday 48. back to you. >> daniel: they can steal your identity with an easy swipe with credit card skimmers. >> julie: hundreds of people i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. her life's work has been about breaking barriers. and so would her presidency. which is why, for
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and impact wherever you're heading on the road. >> shiri: budget time, that is the case tomorrow, 32 tomorrow in boston and randolph, still in 20s wellesley, watertown, lawrence upper 20s right now, 24 in worcester, 27 in lowell and windham, new hampshire and 37 in marshfield and sandwich as the clouds continue to roll on into today and day planner noon time temperatures 39 , clouds just keep thickening as we travel through the day and couple thin spots out there now, maybe a little bit of filtered sunshine, especially north of boston but clouds big player at 3:00 p.m., 40 , still dry outside, and at 7:00 that's around the time that we are going to see snow moving into the boston area and have slippery travel conditions between snow and ice starting like i said around 7:00 p.m. in boston, a little sooner out into central massachusetts and midnight 7:00 tomorrow morning, bigger impact because of the
hour-by-hour look at that and, of course, the heavy rain that follows for the second half of wednesday coming up in minutes and julie standing by with live drive time traffic. >> julie: slow conditions on route 9 eastbound near dudley in newton and knocked down power pole and crews on scene the last several hours trying to get it cleaned up, only one lane getting by, route 9 eastbound if heading in that direction. expressway still sluggish as you head from furnace brook parkway as you could see slow going past morrissey boulevard. over to the live drive times, 24 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split and 30 minutes 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector and 12 minutes on 128 northbound from university avenue to the weston tolls. >> daniel: developing news out of revere where police will resume for dangerous suspect who tried to trick an officer with a syringe. jessica reyes is live at revere police department this morning
take to the air today for a search. >> daniel: state police going to use airplanes and other resources to try to track down michael gouthro today. as we have been reporting throughout the morning, woman he was with yesterday when he crashed his car, she was arrested and first told you at 7:30 that she is going to be arraigned today over at lynn district court. now, this morning police are now hoping that she could be the key to finding him. a massive manhunt continues on the north shore this morning for this man, michael gouthro. >> saw guy coming up the little hill in my backyard and jumped over the wall and ran across the field. >> jessica: man knew police were searching for gouthro so-called 911 immediately. >> first thing i did was grabbed my bat and called police. >> jessica: he took out
trying to catch them. jacqueline murphy and michael gouthro tried to take off and eventually crashed into another car. police arrested murphy but gouthro got away again. >> i knew it was an accident because one of the other vehicles was stuck. >> jessica: neighbors washed as gouthro ran right through the front yard. >> police asked him to go in the yard and stay him and they were looking for was dangerous. >> jessica: murphy was not seriously hurt in the crash yesterday and taken to local hospital for sometime right after the crash. as for the gouthro, state police aren't being specific is to where they are going to be searching today and when, but we do know that they believe he is still in the area. live in revere this morning, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> julie: four-year-old boy being checked out of the hospital after wandering around
police located the boy when temperatures were below freezing michael henrich is live on busy blue hill avenue where the toddler was found. michael? >> michael: they say he is approximately four years old and all alone. all alone here on blue hill avenue right by gaston street there. see the street corner there, utility truck there now, right in front of the healing program building here, and police still have not been able to tell us what exactly the child doing there and police report isn't in the system just yet, speaking with media relations department and thankfully though they can tell me that the ems that was called out here and see in this video taken in ambulance to hospital and ems up for caution and that's the silver lining we have been able to report for the last hour or so thankfully getting that update here on fox25 morning news. but still so many unanswered
he there, how far did he wander, and person that did find him called police and took care of the boy until police were able to arrive just a couple minutes later. those are questions we will continue to seek the answers to and bring them to you on the fox 25 news app and update the story on the fox25 news at five. live in dorchester, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> daniel: 19-year-old william mccune pled guilty to charges of armed robber and assault of dangerous weapon. police say he and another suspect were involved in robber that triggered campus lockdown and victim attacked in the dorm and hit in the head with a gun. prosecutors say the incident was drug-related. daniel: dozens people arrested after three day house party will be in court several days this week. neighbors tell fox25 the party on maple avenue in bridgewater started thursday. and didn't end until bridgewater police showed up around
police say two 21-year-old hosts were serving alcohol to minors. the clerk's office at brockton district court tells fox25 the rest of the 41 party goers will be arraigned throughout the week. daniel: police in one local town make dangerous and local find and found in chicopee full of packets of heroin and thankful it did not fall into the hand of any children. >> julie: traumatic scene could come back into the streets of watertown. producers of the movie patriots day want to recreate the shootout between police and dzhokhar brothers with gun fire and explosion. some people in watertown still fear fear and panic in the wake of shootout and many have bullet holes in their home. movie producers would work with homeowners individually to compensate them from the intrusion into private party.
on movie and search for dzhokhar brothers. >> julie: this morning boston police want to fingerprint every taxi driver. process will take place every year. fingerprints will be part of background checks on the dryers. local cab companies say this is a big security advantage override sharing firms like uber. >> daniel: getting more insight into the amtrack signal failure that created nightmare. local amtrack workers were not able to quickly fix the issue so crews had to be flown in from other states. problem stranded commuter rail riders for hours last thursday. mbta general manager frank depaola explained why it took so long to fix the problem. >> wiping the program from approximate plc, this is '80s technology. program itself had to be flown
wasn't overnight thursday until friday they were able to do that operation. >> daniel: massdot says amtrak has promised to perform action review of how it handled the signal failure. mbta making headlines again, this time over the agency overtime policy and internal audit had no standard policies or procedures for regulating overtime. the audit shows some employees were approving own ot and taking shifts on nights and weeks and mbta says it is working to develop a policy that will track and manage overtime. >> julie: happening today local wildlife official will create haven for snakes that is being called snake island. state division of fisheries and wildlife hoping to establish colony venomous snakes.
swim off the island but some say that will be highly unlikely. julie: reminding to keep cars locked. police in fitchburg say number of homes were broken into. >> daniel: big papi arrived for final spring training. during the offseason he announced it would be the last is spent first day at fort myers taking few swings in the cage and catching up with all the teammates. dustin pedroia are expected to be the leaders of this year's team as looks to bounce back from last place finish in 2015. there was speculation how ortiz would get along with new teammate david price. this post sure cleared that mystery up. big papi is following price on
the two had heated battles when price pitched other teams but it seems to be over. daniel: live report from jetblue park all week long here on fox25 and follow along for bonus coverage on social media. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. slow drive times on the expressway. average speeds 22 miles per hour with drive time of 24 minutes as you head from the braintree split to the exit for the pike. shiri? >> shiri: temperatures now 20s and 30s mostly cloudy skies, a lot thicker i should say cloud cover around at 5:00 p.m., 34 to 38 , couple spots far inland seeing snow, in the yet in the boston area. i will time out when it moves in next. >> daniel: mandatory guns for all employees. coming up why business owner
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convenience stores last weekend. thieves are trying to cash in before magnetic strips are phased out and all have security chips. >> with magnetic strips going out it will be on the rise. >> julie: best way to cover up the keypad is cover up the pin. >> daniel: families and friends will hold memorial for six people killed by uber driver we have been covering the story out of michigan. jason dalton confessed to the deadly rampage in court. on saturday began firing at random people while apparently driving uber passengers around. dalton is married father of two with no prior criminal record. police say they found significant stash of weapons
still no word on possible motive daniel: police in las vegas are investigating unusual death at hotel. investigators say 26-year-old woman's body was found inside a laundry shoot. police were told she had a medical episode and fell into the shoot but homicide investigators were brought in because seems suspicious. the woman has been identified as a legal secretary in vegas celebrating birthday with husband and friends. lumber liquidators greater risk of causing disease and people that brought the flooring are three times more likely to get cancer. the problem is the formaldehyde and flooring. lumber liquidator has ten stores in the state and company responding saying in part, quote, cdc revised calculation overestimates health risk from
conclusions. >> julie: health experts in the united states working to get ahead of dangerous outbreak. cdc will work with scientists to investigate complications caused by the zica virus. virus is mosquito borne and especially dangerous to pregnant woman and want to see if causing a surge in birth defects. one case is here in massachusetts. >> is it a concern with safety issue? >> i've not going to lie to you. it is a tedious tough process and try to do the best we can. >> reselling with open recalls is not against the law but eric rasmussen found out the problem is so big dealers are having a hard time keeping track.
done to protect buyers and steps you could take. >> julie: clearing out a power pole that went down. expressway sluggish right around morrissey boulevard. pike though looking nice through brighton. volume has drastically lightened since a little bit earlier. live drive times, 29 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. 22 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike. half an hour on route 9 street. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and tracking incoming weather that will be a challenge to people driving late tonight and early tomorrow. >> julie: first stop snow gets to boston around 7:00 tonight. i do have some icy spots through noon time tomorrow. >> shiri: you're going to have
wednesday. and then we got heavy rain developing wednesday night and continuing into thursday morning a little bit of 1-2 pinch here. got the first storm system coming through tonight. this is the one that rolls in with air cold enough to support snow flipping over to rain and freezing rain. this is one that's going to have the downpours and stronger winds as we hit wednesday night and thursday morning. so right now 32 in boston, 5 miles per hour winds, winds are nice and light right now, but the clouds they cannen up as we go. we have temperatures just going to hang tight in upper 30s through much of the afternoon and even into the evening in boston, but notice between -- i even want to say by 7:00 p.m., i expect we will have a little snow in boston, and again at 9:00 p.m. we will see things starting to mix. going to be pretty mild for snow, so going to be a pretty sticky, heavy wet snow in place layer today and 39 in boston, beverly and lawrence to 31 in quincy, 42 in norwood, lower
we got nashua at 38 . gardner at 37 this afternoon and 40 in marshfield, 41 bridgewater, 39 in plymouth and lower 40s for the cape. everybody getting a decent dose of those clouds, but check this out, snow that moves into western massachusetts between two and four but it is not going to hit the boston area until closer to seven. so wedged in between we got some sloppy conditions developing across central massachusetts as we hit the evening commute so we will start to see some snow mostly on the back roads there, keep in mind it is going to be pretty mild, so i expect it is going to be pretty easy to treat the roadways here, but back roads that will be a little snow covered in central mass by the evening commute, but dinner time and even a little bit later, by 10:00 tonight, already changeover to rain happening in southeastern massachusetts, rain-snow line scoots up to the mass pike by 1:00 and possibly by midnight tonight, and then the transition continues up into southern new hampshire.
of you are waking up as long as you're not waking up at say, 2:00, 3:00 in the morning, already changed over to rain and freezing rain and points north and west of boston we will have icy conditions out there on the roads and along west of 495 it will stay icy until noon time tomorrow, so coating to two inches of snow lighter shading north shore boston south shore with trace amount of ice on top, icy in the light shaded areas until about 6:00 tomorrow morning, but it is going to stay icy possibly as late as noon time who right-hand, concord, lawrence, merrimac valley, central mass, southern new hampshire, up to three inches of snow meaning coating up to threisms of snow and quarter inch of ice on top of that and most dangerous travel conditions tomorrow morning, showers do tend to lighten up and see a lot of light showers or sprinkles or freezing drizzle out there, but showers intensify again in time for the wednesday evening commute, and especially overnight and into thursday morning.
winds on top of that. we get passing thunderstorm coming through, even potential for wind damage on top of the downpours here thursday morning. thursday middle of the day we dry out, get couple springstein and flurries -- sprinkles and flurries. highs 50 on thursday with 44 on friday under mostly cloudy back to you. >>. >> daniel: whether you want to dress like kiss and how federal
this after remaining fairly steady for nearly 3,000 years. >> julie: owner making mandatory making employees get conceal carry permit. some like the idea. >> commit to training and expert on firearm and also commit to being ready to use it if you have to. >> julie: owner says other businesses may soon follow the lead. >> daniel: new way to pay selfieas security. mastercard launching new technology to have selfies for online purchases and you making that purchase. you have to blink and use a different picture every time. the company says selfies and fingerprint scans are safer than typed passwords. other companies are looking into voice authentication as well as
free shipping got harder to come back by amazon shoppers who have not signed up for prime service. amazon has raised minimum amount to get free shipping to $49 per an order ships for free. that's 40% increase from the previous minimum of $35. amazon prime memberships which cost $99 a year are not effective. >> julie: big collection of rock 'n roll history going up for sale because the owner owes a lot of money to the i.r.s. it will be auctioned from kansas two pairs of boots worn by gene simmons and guitar from nirvana. i.r.s. will not say who they seized the items from. >> daniel: those are big boots. >> julie: those would make you tall. >> shiri: don't want to be in those kind of heels when overnight weather comes into
serious snowboots, anything that has a good grip in the morning because we actually go from overnight snow to ice by the time people are hitting the road in the morning. we got a pretty dangerous situation here, in fact, so we will be here with you morning every step of the way and through the morning hours that icy threat really doesn't expire until almost lunchtime and heavy rain and wind late wednesday and
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