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>> i spent time with him, i said, no, i don't even know who you are. >> the man's increasingly bizarre behavior that led mothers to call for help. >> plus, a house surrounded by s.w.a.t., the 35-year-old man wanted for trafficking of the reason this elderly man ended up in custody instead. >> complete new england coverage starts right now. this is fox 25 morning news. >> good saturday morning to you. its i'm stephanie coueignoux. >> and i'm jason law. happy weekend, everybody. we have made it to the weekend. and you wonder how it's going to look outside. we're going to check in with fox 25's meteorologist jason brewer in the storm tracker weather center. and you mentioned there's a chance of rain this afternoon. >> jason brewer: a slight chance, lower and middle 60s right now. most of us waking up in the 60s. upper 50s in keene. there's a little bit of fog impacting worcester, the rest of
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for the balloons festival in hudson, a slight chance of shower popping up in the midday in the after. temperatures right around 80 degrees around noontime. and just above that in the afternoon time. a little stronger southeast wind today. upper 70s in the greater boston. if you're headed to the jimmy buffet tonight, the weather looks pretty >> jason: this morning, the investigation continues into a death of a 15-month-old boy left in the air of a baby-sitter. the state has taken custody of three boys including the boy's surviving twin sister. >> live at woburn police department with the latest development. jim. >> well, stephanie, important to note that at the present time, no charges have been filed against anyone. again, after the death on thursday evening of this
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he does have this twin sister emmy. that's where the plot seems to thicken a little bit. sources do tell fox 25, that emmy underwent medical evaluation for unspecified injuries. all of this began on monday, when a medical came in from an apartment on kill bee street of an unresponsive one-year-old and at the time, under the care of a baby-sitter. dcf tells prior history with this family, nonetheless, three children have been taken into protective custody. the d.a.'s office examining this untimely death. they're not commenting until they get a report from the medical examiner. live in -- fox 25 jim morelli fox 25 news. >> a beautiful morning took a disturbs turn, a man is accused of picking up and kissing children he didn't know. the children's mothers are so
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on camera. they did tell fox 25's christine mccarthy, they're now second-guessing where they take their children. >> so i was really scared for my child. >> reporter: it was supposed to be a fun afternoon cooling off in fournier splash park in leominster on wednesday. >> your first instinct is to protect your children. >> reporter: but the moms say this man approached young boys, hugging them, picking them up, running through the water with them. one of the kids, two years old. >> he connection with your son and i spend time with him? and i said, no, i don't even know who you are. >> reporter: the mother of a five-year-old had a seemingly frightening experience. >> he wanted to bond with him. so i told him to walk away. stay away from my children. he started swearing some more. he stopped, went over and urinated on the side of the building. >> reporter: that mom called
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tells fox 25 his speech was slow and slurred his eyes bloodshot and it was evidence that he was intoxicated. he grab my son by his hips, she said, and my son immediately ran over to me. as he was leaving, he had called my son, one more time. he had gave him a kiss and a hug. >> brookman allegedly told police, he had no bad intentions when he touched the children. but this unusual incident has moms rethinking they have always felt safe. >> it's scary, this is a public place for children. >> reporter: i'm christine mccarthy fox 25 news. >> stephanie: brookman arraigned on several charges, including lewdness and assault and battery. >> jason: this morning, a framingham mother and 14-year-old son in the hospital after repeatedly stand in florida and own 16-year-old son
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gus gramman remains locked up this morning. that attack happened during a family vacation. now we're getting a first listen to to melissa's frantic call for helpful we have to warn you, it may be hard to listen to. >> my son is dying here. help me. my son has been stabbed. >> the person who stand your son was 15. >> yeah, it was my son. >> jason: right haven't said why he attacked his mom and procedure. but we do know the teen also sought help for his family. we have the second 911 call coming up in our next hour. gus gram mran, is facing two counts of attempted murder. >> stephanie: police have a man in custody accused of dorchester on murder charges. we told you last night at 10:00, the victim in wednesday's stabbing on paris street has
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police are still investigating. meantime woburn police are trying to figure out the motive for another stabbing. this one was breaking yesterday morning on fox 25. it happened at around midnight outside of jake and joe's sports bar in woburn. a witness tells fox 25, one man attacked another, seemingly out of nowhere. >> walked out and the two guys were there. we were saying good-bye to them. and the guy walked up and head butt them and then all hell >> this morning the victim remains in critical condition. the police were able to track down the man they saw on surveillance video. james lions is facing intent to murder charges. he's being held on bail and due in court on monday. >> jason: take a good look at this surveillance image, this man wanted this morning for attacking an mbta bus driver just after midnight monday at the intersection of cambridge street and brighton avenue. the man was carrying a skateboard and pushing a bike.
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also new this morning, police in new hampshire are tracking down an escaped convict. look at his picture here. andrew shea ran off from a halfway house in manchester yesterday. officers were trying to detain him. 6 feet tall, blue eyes and brown hair. he has a tribal tattoo on his neck. he's serving time for two felony armed robberies and being a felon in possession of a gun. >> stephanie: a needham woman facing charges accused of plowing into a crowd o boston. sha sneak why seal does not have a license and shouldn't have been driving in the first place. cell phone cameras captured the scene in downtown crossing. dozens of witnesses went to help to lift a car off a 9-year-old boy. she also had to stop seal from leaving the scene. seal's lawyer yesterday in court blamed the crash on the car
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something she was trying to avoid and stop. so i think this was truly an accident. >> stephanie: everyone who was hit, including the boy who was pinned, are recovering with only minor injuries. seal is facing an assault charge in lynn because of that charge, being held on $500,000 bail. >> jason: take a look at these numbers, 7 trillion gallons pummeled in three days, 13 are dead, fema says since federal disaster was declared more than 700,000 have called for helpful the worse natural disaster to hit the country since super storm sandy. companies have been donating water and even cleaning services to anyone in need. now president obama has set a date to visit louisiana. he will visit baton rouge on
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backlash for not stopping his vacation earlier and touring the damaged state. >> stephanie: donald trump was one of the people calling out the president for not visiting. with his running mate by his side, he toured damaged homes and high schools. they also met with officials as well as the national guard. democratic rival, hillary clinton, is set to head to louisiana this coming week. in the meantime, she took to for louisiana. she wrote, my heart breaks for louisiana. including a link to the red cross for anyone who wants to help. all right. it is time for an end. we're just one day out for the end of my 2016 games. and it's a gold medal finish for the women's 400 meter relay team with the second fastest time ever. unfortunately not so smoothly in
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runner took an early pass from another runner. this is the 9th time they failed to get it around in the olympics or world champion. the big earn in that went to jamaica and earned usain bolt his 9th gold medal. in women's boston both men and women head to the finals. and the men face off tomorrow and women's today. team u.s.a. continues to dominate in the medal count. medals total. >> jason: one of the most talked about story in brazil has nothing to do with winning or losing, it's a story nobody seems to escape of the and robbery that wasn't. as you know, u.s. swimmer ryan lochte and three teammates claimed they were robbed at gunpoint. turns out, they wanted held at gunpoint, for damages in a
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and said lochte did make up parts of the story. it wasn't until yesterday that lochte finally spoke up and on instagram. he says it's traumatic to be out in a foreign country with a language barrier and a have a stranger point a gun at you and demand money. he went on to thank. >> stephanie: why why? it's just bizarre. >> jason: as if they told the the cover up is always worse than the crime. >> stephanie: very unusual. police were looking for a 31-year-old man on drug charges. the bizarre reason an elderly man end up in the custody instead. >> jason: two weeks out and still no answers for the murder of a princeton jogger. >> we have to get a little bit lucky that there's a perpetrator
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they're hoping they'll find in a national database. >> jason brewer: we hit lower numbers today.
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since a woman was killed when jogging near her mother's house in princeton. this week, state police are back out combing for more evidence. speaks to one expert who says new leads may lie in a federal database. >> reporter: we know from investigators when vanessa marcotte fought for her life, she scratched her killer, likely catching some of his d.n.a., just like you would search google to find a topic, investigators ar data called code in to search for a killer. hovering above brooks station road, they continue to search for evidence in the murder of vanessa marcotte. the most important clue may not be from the air but inside a test tube. former federal agent steven morelli is intimately familiar with how investigators send d.n.a. gathered from crime scenes to labs like this one in
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match. >> we have to get a little lucky that there's a perpetrator that he did something in the past that led him to authorities and put him in the system. >> reporter: police from over the state submit d.n.a. and suspects arrested to crimes into code ex, a match could be instantaneous but it does have limits. >> there's 300 million people in the united states and people outside of the country and not everyone in that database. >> reporter: morelli says even a match now, code ex will continue to search as new profiles are entered every day. the. did n.a. from her body could not only help her find her killer but help get a murder conviction in court. >> now they're taking it personal. personal to the victim, personal to the family and personal to the community because they want this person off of the street. >> reporter: morelli says once she do have a d.n.a. catch off
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cell phone charges that will help place him at the scene of the crime. in princeton, i'm kathryn burcham, fox 25 news. >> jason: in the last two weeks, investigators have received nearly 900 tips related to mark scott's death. any information, of course, would helpful the number there, the hotline on your screen. all calls are anonymous. >> stephanie: a woman being held without bail accused of plotting a columbine attack at worcester polytech nick institute. 23 food service worker at the college. according to documents, lions had planned to place a decoy bomb at the wpi center and set off real bombs in morgan hall. she also told police, armed with a sawed offhand gun, she would kill her former boss and therapists. there was concern that she was capable of following through. in an alert to students, w.p.i. said police found no evidence
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actually carry out her plan. look at this video sent to fox 25 by a viewer, that is a red line train heading down the track, with the back door wide open. >> jason: scary. >> stephanie: yeah, it's wide open as you can see right there. the passenger who took this video, says it was open between quarter station and alewife. the mbta says they're aware of this incident and they're now investigating. >> now >> jason brewer: good saturday morning. want to start you out with a visibility report. most of us are great. around norwood 1.5 mile visibility. clouds and trying to form. but won't be around all day. with the august sun right overhead. we should be able to burn that off all morning. temperaturewise, 60s anywhere else, keene and orange, both in
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not a bad start to the day. after numbers land in the low to middle 80s in most locations, it will be a little cooler as you get over toward the coastline with an on shore wind, that will be all day long. a little stronger than yesterday. i think our chance of hitting 90 inland like yesterday, much lower today, five degrees off of the highs in places like brockton and taunton today. beaches looking good, going to have mostly sunny skies. water temperatures running 70 to and we have a low risk for rip currents. if you're headed to xfinity center tonight. jimmy buffet in town. we're going to keep it dry. numbers in the upper 70s here. under sunshine to begin. and by 8:00 p.m., in the lower 70s, upper 60s even to wrap things up. there is that one wrinkle in the forecast, moisture returning home today out of the northeast, that brings sea breeze, dry
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around midday, a quick chance of brief shower to pop up and move on and get out of your way of don't be changing any plans. you see on future cast, the east and southeast wind coming through. a risk of for any thunderstorms very low today. we will have at least a chance for a shower. there's 7:00 p.m. not much left. our weekend forecast looking good at the beaches, though, overall. here are your sunday temps, a lot like saturday. we'll have more of wind flow coming up on sunday afternoon. so it's going to get a bit breezier on sunday. that's one thing to keep in mind. today, a nice breeze out of the southeast, tomorrow as high up to 20, 25 miles per hour. but very little rain for the daylight hours, i think on sunday. especially the coast. so for the falmouth road race, 9:00 a.m. middle 70s, clouds and sun. it's going to be a little on the humid side. but it's august. the good thing, we'll have that
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around 5 to 15 miles per hour. track the hour by hour rain fall. put the rain totals, you can see places like fitchburg, maybe a .01 possible today and that will be the max. monday here, pile up the rain totals .50 to .75 inch of rain the better chance west of boston. fenway, going to keep dry for saturday night. cooled it off on monday, much more coming up. >> jason: bad news for tourists heading to washington, d.c. this up coming week. the washington monument is shut down as technicians try to permanently repair an elevator there. the elevator out of order since wednesday. it broke down last week twice stranding employees. it will be closed a total of 10 days you can go outside and see
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it. >> stephanie: right now a historic voyage, the first of its kind underway and how much the vacation of a lifetime set back each passenger. >> jason: plus a guy in handcuffs hard at work, pulling his best houdini in the back of a police cruiser, the shocking
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this is video that you need to see to believe. there's a tiny flying object from this car that's crashed. that flying object is actually a baby. a 7-month-old was flung out of a car window during that crash in kentucky. and the most miraculous part to all of this, that baby is actually okay. now police say the baby w the time. and the crash actually happened back in february. we're just now seeing this footage. police say the driver and the baby's parents were all high on heroin and the driver was killed. that was my first time looking at that. unbelievable. >> jason: yeah. >> stephanie: that the baby wasn't hurt. >> jason: it hurts to tell because you can actually see it. we have another crash to tell you about, this one not as serious, nobody held killed in this one, but the video, is unbelievable.
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jonesboro arkansas, a suspect, 19-year-old landon, you see him kicking the back of the seat, he pulse out a lighter and tries to burn the police car while the car is in motion and then watch what happens. gone. >> oh my god. >> jason: i told you, stephanie, you haven't seen this yet. the police officer actually crashed the cruiser flips, the camera fixed in the corner of the car, that sends younger flying out the back of the window, he's okay. the officer had to be cut out of the car, he was hurt, he was treated and released the officer is okay as well. wild video of that guy disappearing from the back of that car. >> stephanie: unbelievable. why does he have a lighter? ? >> jason: i don't know. why could he get to it. i don't know. >> stephanie: to a different kind of a wedding trend. this is taking off everywhere.
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you're out of luck, people are serving cakes of cheese as an appetizer, this originated in england and found its way to u.s. not surprisingly in wisconsin. the only downside is some of these cheeses don't mold well and they felt. >> jason: city still have the cake too, right? >> stephanie: yeah, if all they had was a wedding cake of cheese? >> jason: no, i want the cake. where >> stephanie: let's get some sugar, right. >> jason brewer: give me my cake >> a couple of 50s out west there, check that out, 70 in boston. a pretty nice start. show you the future cast and get you updated on that in a few minutes. >> reporter: woburn residents mourn the l i have asthma... ...one of many pieces in my life. so when my asthma symptoms kept coming back on my long-term control medicine.
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>> jason: it looks like jason brewer, we're in pretty good shape this weekend. what a beautiful weekend to get up and if you own a boat, get on your boat, enjoy the water. there's a lot going on this weekend, jimmy buffet at xfinity. zack brown playing two nights at fenway this weekend. a lot going on and a great weekend for it. >> stephanie: yeah, a lot music going on. however, if you're lana brown, you like to see a change of pace.
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couple of showers. >> jason brewer: a couple isolated showers this afternoon. a better chance for soaking rain tomorrow night. but more on that coming up. right now 65 to 70 degrees around the boston area. a little low cover and fog, that's the only spot i'm considering in that. we're dry for the morning. west of 495 is where i'm watching for a few of these popping up. fitchburg, keene, worcester, nice and quiet. wind upper 7 water with middle 80s back inland. i will have an update on how much rain to expect for the rest of the weekend in just a minute. send it back to you. >> stephanie: this morning, the investigation continues into the death of a 15-month-old boy left in the care of a baby-sitter, now we're learning the state has taken custody of three children, including the boy's surviving twin. >> jason: jim morelli is live outside of the woburn police department with what we know this morning. jim. >> reporter: right now we've
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case. at best very sad and at worse very troubling. but still no charges filed. all eyes on the medical examiner's office in the coming days as it is expected to issue a report on how this baby died. >> it's devastating to hear this kind of news in your own neighborhood. >> reporter: it is unknown exactly what happened in the apartment, but the end result, tragedy. 15-month-old noah larson died on wednesday, three days after a 911 call came in unresponsive child. >> it's sad. i don't know the girl or the boy. i don't know the boy personally. but it's devastating in your own community. >> reporter: noah has a twin sister emmy. sources she under went a medical examination for unspecified injuries. at the time on monday, noah was under the care of a baby-sitter. >> do you have anything to say about the baby. >> reporter: fox 25 trying talking with her on friday. no charges have been filed. but dcf has taken into custody
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twin sister. and dcf telling fox 25, this he have no prior history with the family. the did a.'s office by the way, is involved in this investigation, but that's normal because this is at this point a suspicious death. they are not willing to say however, this is a criminal investigation. they're awaiting word from the medical examiner. live in woburn, jim morelli fox 25 news. >> jason: on the run more than a year, hyannis man accused of a drug dealer is arrested on cod. fox 25 this morning, police had to do a double take because they weren't sure they had the right guy. >> take a look at these two men. it's the same man. but the picture on the right is him with a very expensive and very real looking mask. his name is shawn miller. he's 31 and goes by the name of chiz miller. miller was indicted in april of 2016 in connection with trafficking heroin. the feds said he had chain and
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25 showed the scene when the cape cod regional s.w.a.t. team surrounded a home in south yarmouth where miller was believed to be staying. officers pulled miller out of the home butten a elderly man walked out instead. after further investigation, police figured out that the elderly man was actually chiz miller in an elaborate and length like mask. they pulled it off and placed miller under arrest. police tell fox 25 the mask cost $2,000. and miller wore it everywhere in an attempt to throw police off of his trail. but that didn't work. inside the home, police found two loaded weapons hidden in a laundry basket. and nearly $30,000 in cash. i'm john monahan fox 25 news. >> jason: unbelievable. miller has been detained. he's set to appear in u.s. district court in boston later this month. >> stephanie: lawyers for aaron hernandez are being forced to
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prosecutors after a ruling by the higher court. they believe it may have evidence in the witness swimtation charge in his up coming trial in boston. the former patriots tight end is already serving a life sentence on murder conviction out of attleboro. defense lawyers had refused to hand over that phone. arguing it could under mine the attorney/client privilege if they provide law enforcement with potentially incriminaing evidence. the nephew of boston hip hop artist a benzene know convicted of shooting his uncle' can. happened during a funeral procession in plymouth back in 2014. prosecutors say it was because of some kind of family dispute. benzino did survive that. he'll be sentenced for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, later on this month. >> jason: donald trump is
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african american voters this weekend. he accused of democrats of taking african american for granted. he says they're struggling with poverty and lack lack of jobs and that democratic nominee hillary clinton is not the answer to their problems. >> look how much african american communities have suffered under democratic control. to those i say the following. what >> jason: well, trump also predicted if he were to run for reelection in 2020, he would win 95% of the african american vote. but a recent "abc news" wall street journal poll shows trump currently has support from 1% from african-americans. >> stephanie: mean tile the latest cnn spotlight has clinton securing the victory. how the protect tore rat college
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blue is for democrats, red, is republican willing and yellow states too close to call. flee bet tell ground states, are now leaning toward the democrat candidate. that's just enough to push clinton over the edge of electoral votes needed to win the white house. new in hillary clinton's e-mail controversy, a judge has ruled the presidential candidate must answer questions about her use of a private e-mail for judicial watch. it's part of a long running public records dispute. earlier this week, clinton said former secretary of state collin powell advised her to use that personal e-mail account. the claim was included in notes handed over to congress on tuesday. in a statement, powell said he had no recollection of that conversation. of course election day is quickly approaching. fox 25 is your home for complete coverage. be sure to stick with us both on air and online for the latest
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election sense. >> jason: a college professor missing for a week, found dead at the bottom of a cliff. the process that lowered him to the place he died, a money plot that got him killed. >> stephanie: plus devastating news for one of the biggest tourist areas in the u.s. the warning cdc has issued for miami beach. >> jason brewer: temperatures a few degrees cooler than yesterday at this time. that's the trend going forward into your ?? glad forceflex. extra strong to avoid rips and tears. be happy, it's glad. there's nothing like trying something new. especially when it comes to snacking. with the laughing cow's nine flavors of creamy cheese, there's no end to what you can discover.
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>> stephanie: a mosquito borne virus is spreading in the united states and miami beach is now dealing with zika. >> jason: five new cases of the virus bringing the statewide total up to 36 people. now the cdc has a warning for pregnant women don't travel to two parts of miami. >> reporter: this is ocean drive, with one of the hottest tourist spots on south beach. different kind of hot spot, one for zika. >> we believe we have a new area where local transmissions are occurring in miami beach. >> reporter: the area 1.5 miles running the beach to the enter coastal highway. the second part of miami, dade county, where the local transmission of the virus has been found. >> the key to find it quickly and respond quickly. that's what we're doing with florida and miami dade county in these two zones where we
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buildings and strong beach breezes could pose a problem. when spraying for a type of mosquito that's notoriously difficult to control. >> we're going to do everything in our power to make this city safe for our residents and tourists. that's the most important, that's job number 1 for the city of miami beach right now. >> reporter: contracting zika is most damaging to pregnant women, sconces for unborn baby, why the cdc warns pregnant women not to travel to miami dade county at all. >> between our efforts and the county's spraying efforts the last thing i'd ever want to be on miami beach right now is a mosquito. >> stephanie: all right. more details, new research shows zika may have more of an affect on adult brains than originally thought. a study on mice found certain brain stems critical to learning and memory may be damaged by the
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it's known to cause severe birth defects. a historic cruise is underway. this luxury slip taking passengers from the pacific through the arctic and then into the atlantic. still ahead the reason the cruise is still one of a kind. >> jason: plus they're always there but rarely noticed that is until they show up on your doorstep.
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exterminating service and these days is very busy primarily because of these. >> 20%. i don't know when it's going to end. >> reporter: they're the nature equivalent of the background noise they're there but barely noticed. but answer of all kinds making their presence known this summer because of the drought. >> they're looking for food and water, kitchen, bathrooms, any leaky pipes, sometimes the sweat from the pipes come in and that's where they're going. >> reporter: the drought has been hard on ants the same reason >> we have drought periods what ends up happening is ground water and other moisture sources that insects rely on to survive tend to dry up. >> reporter: unlike plants, ants know where to find moisture in a crunch and the added advantage of being able to get there. >> no matter how much you clean your kitchen, they're still there. >> reporter: sally is one of the many homeowners in massachusetts dealing with ants. i usually see them a little bit in the beginning of summer and they go away. that happened this summer.
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definitely seen a lot more. >> reporter: she uses a lot of variety of things to control ants but homeowners have to do their port. cutting veg station back from the house. the possibility for homeowners with a an ant problem, even when the drought ends, the infest station may not. >> if it's not broke don't fix it. why try to leave if you've got everything you need. >> reporter: jim news. >> jason brewer: good saturday morning. let me show you this picture here, bob, our weather in essex, great summer shot. nice rays above the nice body of water. a little pond. good shot there, bob. thanks for sending that over to us, weather headlines today, southeast winds picking up. that's going to keep the coast in the 70s, 80s inland, but overall temperatures a little lower today than what we had yesterday due to the strength of
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mostly dry through the weekend. but there is a chance that one or two of us will experience at least a brief period of some rain today and even into tomorrow afternoon. but, again, no changing any plans. we're going to be getting through any of those showers pretty quickly. temperatures 70 in boston. anywhere else, you're in the 60s, except keene and orange. both reporting in the middle 50s right now. calm winds as we head through the afternoon. they'll pick up 10 to 15 middle 60s by 9:00 this morning. by 11:00 we're close to 80 degrees. comfortably warm today. a bit on the humid side. but it is august after all. you'll see those temperatures coolest at the coast with mid and upper 70s. nantucket at 75, portsmouth at 78 and low to middle 80s norwood be bedford and back over into worcester county. lowell vashgs middle 80s there.
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will kick in the sea breeze, a couple of showers flair along that midday through the late afternoon by 7:30, really no rain left. west of i-95 where we have the better chance coming up. only 20% of us will experience rain today. tomorrow, kind of the same thing, a brief chance for a mid day shower as that southerly wind picks up. let me show you our future cast. i picked the best modelled timing i could getting good agreement here that this would be late night. most of us for the balance of the day are dry. 2:00 p.m. sunday. not any threat of any rain. 8:00, the 'burbs beginning to experience the early set showers. through 8:00 a.m. that's when i experience the bulk of the rain come through with this front. not going to have instability because it will be night time, a couple of thunderstorms that we'll be monitoring.
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always in view. middle 80s both days. i put 20% chance because today we have the brief shower and midday and afternoon hours i was showing you. and really going to be late tomorrow into early monday when the better rain chance survives. it clears out after 8:00 a.m. on monday. the rain out of here and breezy and the humidity will really be dropping. we're going to get a tiny taste of fall like temperatures in the overnights on monday and tuesday night, back down into the 50s with high temperatures running 79 to and then late week, middle 80s but no real rain chances through the end of the week, as our next front moves in. back at the end of the hour, with more for your outdoor plans this weekend. >> jason: a school with special needs hitting with a scathing report. the school neglected and abused its students in an a report
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in suicide attempts and verbally abused students. "globe" report called the investigation disgraceful and to further a political agenda. a penn. state professor missing for a week has been found dead apparently pushed off of a cliff. georgishler friends with a the professor lured him to a quarry and pushed him off of the ledge. he fell 80 feet to his the professor came up with the murder plot because the professor had just signed a will in the two thought they would get money if he died. >> stephanie: the massachusetts attorney general sat down to answer difficult questions. >> proactivevists say hey, wait a minute, you're not enforcing the law, interpreting the law for your own political purposes. what do you say to that? >> they're wrong. absolutely wrong. >> stephanie: coming up, what
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i'm adam in necessary sent. get up up to speed on some of the headlines this morning. steven wright was an all star. sandy leon, the star catcher armed hitting close to 400 and rick porcello a cy young candidate. porcello on the mound against the tigers last night. first talk about david ortiz every inch is a milestone
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531 of his career. sox up two nothing. jackie bradley, jr., another two run shot. number 21 of the year. michael foam ma for six runs last night. more than enough for rick porcello, first since traded to boston last year. 7 innings, 8 strike outs allowed. plus one earned. sox win it. half game from the a's in the al east. signed with the rangers, before you wins said in the mix. wggb reports that the b's offered him a top six role. the rangers didn't promise him that. but he chose new york any way. entry level deal. sox and tigers play game
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much more on that on sports wrap coming up tonight as well. >> jason: a historic cruise is underway off of the coast of alaska. the luxury cruise shim crystal serenity sailing from the pacific ocean from the arctic to the atlantic ocean. that feat never done by a ship this big. causing to melt more open water in the summer months making a trip like this difficult but still possible. tickets for the 32 day cruise from there. the rooms are pretty tiny. 2 to 300 square feet. >> stephanie: wow. all right. well, a woman lost her wedding ring on her finger for 60 years. but coming up, the major investigating done by a local detective that helped get that ring back to where it belongs. >> jason brewer: bright start of the day in boston but a chance for a shower over the weekend.
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>> jason brewer: right now on fox 25 morning news, updated weekend forecast. where rain can fall today and tomorrow. >> reporter: no one charged but authorities investigating how a 15-month-old boy died in woburn. >> stephanie: a stucking afternoon at a rule splash park.
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befriend young children. >> he was like, i felt a connection with with your son, can i spend time with him? >> i said, no, i don't even know who you are. >> stephanie: the man's increasingly bizarre behavior that led mothers to call for help. >> jason: a house surrounded by s.w.a.t., inside a 31-year-old man wanted for drug trafficking. the unusual reason this elderly man ended up in custody instead. >> stephanie: good saturday morning to you. thank you for joining us, i'm stephanie coueignoux. >> jason: i'm jason law. it is 7:00 a.m. this saturday. it is a beautiful weekend to start out. i hate to say it, we're kind of counting down the end of summer. labor day just around the corner. >> stephanie: i don't want to hear that, jason. >> jason: let's check in with the other jason, jason brewer, to see the temperatures out there. >> jason brewer: weekend pretty good, 75 to 80 degrees.
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three quarters visibility. for balloons and brews hudson, you're looking fine. partly cloudy skies, noontime temperatures around 80 degrees. slight chance of rain midday through the afternoon there. otherwise i think we're just fine. that slight chance for rain, mainly just inland. the beaches are looking fantastic with temperatures in the upper 60s -- and heavier rain coming up. >> jason: the investigation continues into the 15-month-old baby boy left in the care of a baby-sitter. now we learned the state has taken custody of the boy's three children. >> stephanie: jim morelli is live with the latest developments. >> reporter: the most important thing to note is at this point, no charges have been filed against anyone. this after the death thursday of
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15 months old, noah john larson. who has a twin sister named emmy. that is where the plot thickens. sources do tell fox 25 that she also underwent medical examination for unspecified injuries. all of this starting on monday. that is when a 911 call went out from an apartment on kill bee street for unresponsive child under the care of a baby sitter. dcf has tak protective custody, including this twin. at this point, they say they have no prior history of this family. everyone is pretty much waiting for the medical examiner's report to come out to see how this baby died. jim morelli fox 25 news. >> stephanie: jim, thank you. a beautiful afternoon at a leominster park took a disturbing turn. a man accused of picking up and kissing children he didn't know.
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to show their face on camera. but they did still fox 25 christine mccarthy, they're now second-guessing where they take their children. >> i was really scared for my child. >> reporter: it was suppose toed to be a fun afternoon cooling off at fournier splash park on thursday. >> your instinct is to protect your children. >> reporter: this man, michael brookman, approached the young boys, hugging them, picking them up, running through the water with them. one of the kids just two years old. connection with your son, can i spend time with him. i said, no, i don't even know who you are. >> reporter: the mom of a five-year-old had a similarly frightening experience. >> he walked by my son and made a comment of wanting to bond with him. so he just told him to walk away, stay away from my children, he started swearing some more. he stopped, went over to urinate on the side of the building. >> reporter: that mom called police who later arrested
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25, says his speech was slow and slurred and his eyes were bloodshot and it was evident that he was in fact intoxicated. a statement from a third mom, accused brookman of closer contact. he grashld my son by his hip, she said, and my son immediately ran over to me. >> as he was leaving, he had called my son one more time. he had gave him a kiss and a hug. >> reporter: brookman allegedly told police, he had no bad intentions when he touched the children but this unusual incident has moms safe. >> it's scary. this is a public place for children. >> stephanie: brookman arraigned on multiple charges including lewdnist and assault and battery on a police officer during his arrest. he's been ordered to have a mental health check. we reached out to his lawyer but didn't have contact. >> jason: this morning, a framingham woman and 14-month-old son remain hospitalized after being
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her own 16-year-old son is accused of the attack. it happened during a family vacation and now we're getting a first listen to the 911 call a neighbor placed after he turned up on her tour doorstep. >> what exactly did he say to you? >> he said that somebody has attacked his family. >> okay. >> and he says he did it. >> he says he did it. >> i don't know. he just said, he did it. >> who is >> he's not saying. >> jason: the neighbor goes on to tell 911 teenager was not hurt, but was speaking to himself. gus is facing two counts of attempted murder. his mother and brother are in the hospital but expected to live. in the next hour, we'll hear the mother's frantic call for help. >> stephanie: this morning, boston police have a person in custody accused of stabbing a man to death. 18-year-old dory of manchester
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wednesday's stabbing on parish street has been identified as 23-year-old gabe smith. police are still investigating. mean while, woburn police are trying to figure out the motive for another stabbing. this one was breaking yesterday morning on 230kz. it happened at around midnight outside of jake and joe's sports bar in woburn. tells fox 25, one man attacked another seemingly out of nowhere. >> walked out, the two guys already there. we were and the guy walked up and head butted him, and all hell broke loose. >> stephanie: police able to track down the suspect on a surveillance video and a recognizable logo on the man's shirt. james lieion is facing intent to murder charges being held on bail and due in court on monday. >> jason: this man wanted this morning for attacking an mbta bus driver happened after midnight at the intersection of cambridge street and brighton
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if you think you know him give police a call. police in new hampshire are working to track down an escaped convict. take a look at the picture of the man be andrew shea ran off from a halfway house yesterday in new hampshire, when officers tried to detain him. 6 feet tall, with blue eyes and brown hair. a tribal tattoo on his neck. >> stephanie: a needham woman facing charges plowing into a crowd of along the freedom trail in boston. prosecutors say sha sneak why seal does not have a license and shouldn't be driving in the first place. on thursday, cell phone video captured this chaotic scene on thursday. dozens of stand biers lifted a car off a 9-year-old boy. they also had to stop seal from leaving the scene.
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>> the car accelerated and something she was tried to avoid and stop. so i think this is truly an accident. >> stephanie: everyone who was hit, including the boy who was pinned, they're recovering with only minor injuries. seal is also facing an assault charge in lynn and because of that charge, she's being faced with $900,000 bond. >> jason: take a look at these new numbers, nearly 7 trillion gallons of rain, pummeled the people in louisiana are dead. roughly 30,000 more need to be rescued. fema says since the federal disaster was declared. more than 70,000 people registered for helpful the red cross calling this the worse natural disaster to hit the country since super storm sandy. now, president obama has set a date to visit that area. the president will arrive in baton rouge tuesday. over the past few days he's been
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vineyard earlier and touring the damage in louisiana. >> stephanie: donald trump was one of those people calling out the president for taking so long to visit. the republican presidential candidate spent friday touring some of the hardest hit areas. with his running mate by his side. met with officials and the national guard. meantime, hillary clinton is set to hit louisiana this coming week. in the meantime and wrote in part, my heart breaks for louisiana. including a link to the receipt cross for anyone who wanted to help. one day out sadly for the end of 2016 games. a mold medal finish for the women's relay team. wrapped up the race with the second fastest time ever. however, things did not go so smoothly for the men's race.
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this is the 9th time, the u.s. men failed to get the baton around in the olympics or the world championship. in basketball, both the in enand women are moving to the finals for team u.s.a. the women face spain tomorrow, and the men face off with certain bee i can't tomorrow. we dominate in the medal count. and china is with second most medals and great britain in the top three. >> jason: the most talked about story nothing to do with oneing or losing, the armed robbery that wasn't. as you know by now, u.s.a. swimmer ryan lochte claimed they were held at gunpoint. turns out they were held by gun point after a security guard wanted payment for vandalism of the bathroom.
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does say lochte made up part of his story. lochte wrote, it's sorry, it's traumatic to be out in late at night, with a language barrier and a stranger point a gun at you and demand money. he went ton to thank team u.s.sa a and brazil. >> police are looking for a 31-year-old man wanted on drug charges. the looking man ended up in custody instead. >> jason: plus attorney general maura healey is defending her position to track down on assault rifles. >> antigun politician looking to advance her political career. are they right? >> absolutely not. couldn't be further from the truth. >> you're not trying to score political points here? >> i'm trying to do my job. >> jason: one-on-one interview
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running in the low 60s in most places. there will be a rain chance today.
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>> jason: attorney general maura
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track down copy cat assault rifles backlash. >> we've seen too many mass shootings. last year alone, far man, more mass shootings in calendar days. >> reporter: maura heel her first one-on-one interview in her controversial crack down on copy cat assault rifles it's a move infuriating gun activists. >>he play by an ain't tie zealous gun politician looking to advance her career. are they right? >> absolutely not. couldn't be further from the truth. i'm trying to do my job. >> reporter: pro gun rights activists say wait a minute, you're not enforcing the law, you're interpreting the law to suit your own political purposes. what could you say to them? >> they're wrong. they're absolutely wrong. >> reporter: healy says after
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massachusetts assault weapons bans she found 10,000 copy right weapons had been sold in this state alone. so she issued a notice to gun dealers. how can it be enforced. >> the police don't answer to you specifically. the good news, police have been supportive of our initiative. >> reporter: i asked the attorney general why she didn't go through lawmakers. she said she didn't need her approval >> this was an announcement we made a couple days before the no need for a law. >> reporter: what about her political future, i asked her? >> are you running for reelection for attorney general. >> i love what i'm doing. i'm hoping to do it to the best of my ability every day. >> reporter: are you ruling out a run for higher office. >> absolutely. >> reporter: you're ruling it out. >> absolutely. absolutely. >> reporter: healy says she's
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law. sharman sacchetti, fox 25 news. >> stephanie: a woman being held without bail. accused of plotting a columbine style attack at worcester polytech nick institute. she's a food services worker at the college. according to court documents, lieions says she planned to place a decoy bomb and set off real bombs in the hall. armed with a she would kill her former boss and kill students at random. tell police there was concern she was capable of following through. police found no evidence that lieions had actually the means to carry out her plan. >> >> jason brewer: good saturday morning, currently 70 degrees in boston. 69 in arlington.
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valley. 63 in brockton as well. right now upper 60s plymouth. 67 worcester. but look at the pocket of 50s, jeffries, fitchburg weather watchers reporting mid to upper 50s. this afternoon, a little bit cooler, still seasonably muggy, but a little bit lower temperatures than what we had yesterday. lower and middle 80s inland and we'll see more 70s at our beaches of the reason why we had a southeast w already starting and only going to pick up and help to bring more mild ocean air across all of southern new england for the day. now with that sea breeze coming in, there will be a chance for an isolated shower, we had one or two pop up yesterday. today, can't rule that out. it's mainly west of 95, midday through the mid-afternoon. where i'll be watching for that little pop up shower chance. fox 25 weather app. good idea to keep it handy if you have outdoor plans today
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coming by they won't last thing if they do pop up but just to keep an eye on. nice weather at the beaches, keep the rain chance away from the beaches both saturday and sunday. so here's your weekend forecast. could see a little mountain shower pop up maybe a rumble of thunder, but the risk is low. upper 70s both days along the sea coast up toward maine as well. back here around cape cod and over to upper 70s. start the road race tomorrow morning 9:00 a.m. the deal, southeast winds 10 to 15 miles per hour, that will bring a touch of relief. track the hour by hour today. rain chances low, best chance westward. you see maybe a few .100 to .02
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north and west of boston by 7:00 a.m. monday. this next rainmaker is on the way. but really after dark sunday and into early monday, i think by 8:00 on monday morning, showers pushing east to the cape and we're finished with them. for the zack brown show at fenway, we're looking okay tonight. tomorrow, mainly dry as well. and then later on into the night time hours, we watch to the west because that's when the showers begin to approach. that's seven-day forecast with the weekend always in view. middle 80s with low 60s over the weekend for highs and lows, then next week, a nice stretch of weather, in fact, we're going to get a nice taste of fall. lows in the 60s beginning monday night, low humidity and very little rain next week. >> stephanie: all right. looks good. a wedding ring that spent 60 years on a bride's finger lost during a trip to the park. coming up how a good samaritan and a detective that went above the call of duty helped the
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got to see this taken from the back of a police cruiser in jonesboro arkansas. you've got your suspect here, 19-year-old logan looks to loosen and get out of his handcuffs, take kicking the back seat, pulling out a lighter and trying to light the car on fire at one point and watch what happens, he's gone. what happened here, the camera fix understand the back of the cruiser, the police officer driving the cruiser actually crashed. the cruiser sent younger flying out of the back window. he was okay. the officer had to be cut out of the car taken the hospital and treated for injuries but the officer is okay. we're left with amazing video and wild story out of arkansas. >> i wonder if the officer noticed what was going on. >> you would think not. you saw a suspect with a lighter trying to burn the car. and reapply the handcuffs. i don't know what the officer was doing but got into that
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really on a wedding day, really any day of your life. no one wants drama, right. save that drama for your mama. what about a lama. thanks to pictures posted online of their wedding reception. you see right there. it actually just happened to coincide with a lama convention. that apparently is the same thing. posting pictures of the couple. wedding crashers making the rounds on >> jason: lamas are huge. and don't lamas bite and spit and do all kind of nasty stuff. >> stephanie: they pit if they're angry at you. obviously those became best friends. lamas are meeting lamas. or owners are meeter owners. >> jason: there's a convention for everything. >> stephanie: that's true. >> jason brewer: a day for everything. beautiful weather on your way.
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through on this weekend. show you that with our latest future cast timing straight ahead. >> reporter: a child is dead
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it's almost august 20th it's hard to believe labor day is a couple weeks away. >> stephanie: i was grilling out. i refuse to think it's starting to get chilly out soon. >> jason: not feeling it yet. but right around the corner. already got football going, second preseason game. it's coming to an end. >> stephanie: stop fast forwarding time, jason. >> jason: i'm just saying. jason brewer now, it's still hot out there. >> jason brewer: make him stop. 70s in boston. temperatures 60s city. greater picture area wide arrives in the seven-day forecast, but right now tracking a cloud cover at worcester three quarters miles visibility. that's one thing i'm watching. and then as we go to noontime, almost -- i managed to miss it. good work, right, guys, couple isolated showers. i don't want to say we're totally dry today. if you live in worcester,
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the area where you could see a couple of showers. there's 8:00, tonight, though, nice and quiet once again. greater boston upper 70s, closer to the coast, with the ladies back to the west, slight chance back inland, much more on the weekend coming up. >> stephanie: this morning, the investigation continues into the death of a 15-month-old boy left in the care of a baby-sitter. now we're learning the state has taken custody of three children, including the boy's surviving twin. >> jason: fox 25 jim morelli is woburn police department with what we know. jim. >> reporter: at best the bare facts of this case heart breaking at worse troubling. no charges have been filed but all eyes on the medical examiner's office in the coming days as they try to determine how this boy died. >> it's devastating to hear this news in your own neighborhood. >> reporter: it's unknown what happened in the apartment on
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died on thursday after a 911 call indicating an unresponsive child. >> i don't know the girl or the boy, or the boy personally but it's devastating in your community. >> reporter: noah has a twin sister emmy and she underwent medical examination for unknown injuries. >> do you have anything to say what happened to the baby. >> reporter: fox 25 tried talking to the baby-sitter on friday. no charges filed. three children including noah's sister. and dcf telling fox 25 they have no prior history with this family. as of the d.a.'s office at this point, they're not even saying this is a criminal investigation, they like everyone else is waiting to hear what the medical examiner actually finds. live in woburn, jim morelli fox 25 news. >> stephanie: a leominster man accused of having inappropriate contact with several young boys
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michael brookman, after three mothers tell police he approached their son. one mother says he picked up her two-year-old and kissed her head after telling her his connection with that boy and wanted to spend some time with him. another mom told us a frightening experience. >> he walked by my son and made a comment of wanting to bond with him. so i told him to walk away, stay aw he started swearing some more. stopped, went over and urinated on the side of the building. >> stephanie: police say, brookman appeared drunk and did have a small bottle of alcohol on him. >> jason: a hyannis drug dealer has been arrested on cape cod after being on the run for over a year. police had to do a double take because they weren't sure they had the right man.
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the picture on the right is him with a very expensive and real looking mask. his name is shaun miller. he's 31 and goes by the name of shizz miller. he was indicted in 2013 in connection with trafficking heroin. the feds say he had heroin and intended to distribute it. these pictures obtained by fox 25 showed the scene when the cape cod regional s.w.a.t. team surrounded a home in south yarmouth where miller was li officers ordered miller out of the home. but an elderly man walked out instead. after further investigation, police figured out that the elderly man was actually shizz miller in an elaborate and life like mask. they pulled it off and placed miller under arrest. police tell fox 25, the mask cost $2,000. and miller wore it everywhere in an attempt to throw police off his trail. but that didn't work.
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laundry basket and nearly $30,000 in cash. >> i'm john monahan, fox 25 news. >> jason: miller has been detained set to appear in district court in boston later this month. >> stephanie: lawyers for aaron hernandez being forced to turn his cell phone over to prosecutors after a ruling by the state's highest court. prosecutors believe that phone may have evidence in a witness intimidation charge against hernandez in his up coming double the former patriot tight end is already serving a life sentence of murder out of attleboro. defense lawyers had refused to turn over that phone arguing it could under mine the attorney/client privilege if they provide law enforcement with potentially incriminating evidence. the nephew. boston hip hop artist and reality tv start benzino is convicted of shooting his uncle. during a funeral procession in
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of some sort of family dispute. benzino did survive that shooting. his nephew was cleared of the more serious charge of assault with intent to murder. he'll be arraigned later on this month. >> jason: this weekend, donald trump is working hard to reach out to african american voters. speaker to supporters friday, he accused of democrats of taking african-americans for struggling with poverty and lacking jobs and democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton is not the answer to their problems. >> look how much african american communities have suffered under democratic control. to those i say the following. what do you have to lose? >> jason: trump went on to say if he were to run for reelection
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a recently wall street journal poll currently shows trump has support from 1% of african americans. >> stephanie: meanwhile cnn out look has clinton securing victory. it shows how the electoral college would play out with current polls. republicans in red and blue for the democrats, the yellow for too close to call. thre moving toward the democratic candidate. just enough to push her over the edge to win electoral votes to win the white house. election day is quickly approaching and fox 25 is your home for complete coverage. stick with us on air and online for the latest poll numbers, debate updates and election events. >> jason: a university professor missing for a week, has been found dead at the bottom of a cliff.
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>> stephanie: the warning the
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>> stephanie: devastating news in the biggest tourists areas in the united states, zika to miami beach. >> jason: five new locally transmitted cases of the virus, the statewide total up to 36 people. now the cdc has a warning for
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>> it is this is ocean drive, one of the hottest tourists spots on south beach. but now miami beach is a different kind of hot spot, one for zika. >> we believe we have a new area where local transmissions are occurring in miami beach. >> one behalf square miles, the second part of miami county, dade county, where the transmission of the virus has been found. >> the key is to find it quickly and respond two zones where we've documented transmission. >> reporter: the head of the cdc says the high-rise buildings and strong sea breezes could be a problem when spraying for a mosquito notoriously difficult to control. >> we'll do everything within our power to make this city safe for our residents are and tourists, job number one for miami beach right now. >> reporter: the virus could
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which is why the cdc not to travel to my wrapmy beach for pregnant women. >> between our efforts and spraying efforts the last thing i want to be on miami beach right now is a mosquito. >> stephanie: new research shows zika may have more affect on adult brains than originally thought. a study in mice found evidence certain brain stem cells damaged by the virus. more research will be needed to see if that translates to humans and whether it's long term affects. it's also linked to gillian beret syndrome in adults. making waves in the arctic, the first trip on the way and how much that vacation of a lifetime will set you back. >> jason: plus they celebrated their 60 wedding anniversary a few months ago.
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her wedding ring. >> i didn't know it was missing until i got home. >> jason: the decision they made
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>> jason: a car took out a porch in manchester, new hampshire. sky x manchester street yesterday. no one there was hurt. we're told the driver may have hit the gas instead of the break. but the exact cause of the crash still under investigation this morning. >> stephanie: a married couple of 60 years lost one of their wedding rings. attending senior park in beverly when somehow the ring slipped off of the bride's hand. fox 25 erica richie shows us how the decision they made decades
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why your old wedding ring was new ? >> it's a connection to the one i love. >> reporter: that wedding ring placed on her finger 1956. the wedding date on the inside marked the union between she and her husband joe. little did they know then that inscription would be pivotal 60 years later. go back two weeks to park in >> i was like, what a nice time i'd like to have. >> reporter: so much so, she never realized her wedding ring came off her finger. someone at the park, did, the good samaritan turned it in to a beverly police department on wednesday. he took his job to the next level to track down the owner. >> he went to the clerk's office and began going through the marriage licenses.
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initial and the date. found a marriage that day. 1956. came up with a name, an address, happened to be in beverly. we passed the information along. >> reporter: karen got her ring back. >> my life is normal again. ? when your old wedding ring ? >> that's us. ? was new ? >> jason: that was erica r >> the storms that devastated louisiana have many humans devastated. many louisiana animal shelters have been swamped. stepping in to help out across the country, including one in maryland. >> we took in 100 to 250 animals in the last three days. thankfully today starting to slow down a bit.
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homeless pets. >> now your local forecast from jason brewer and your fox 25 storm tracker weather team. >> jason brewer: good morning. just got this picture into our fox 25 news account. nice orange hues in the sky. south east winds are going to begin to see them picking up. 80s back inland and a slight chance for a sea breeze shower to that's what i have mostly dry for the weekend. many of us will be just fine. some of us about 23% of us could experience rain this afternoon. let's track visibility. right now, still low in the worcester area. the rest of grand fine as far as any clouds or fog go. that will burn off affects hours. right now the winds are calm. that leads to a little bit of patchy fog to start things out. the winds pick up out of the
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make for a nice beach day overall. temperatures running at 70 in boston. but i have 60s outside of the city, the cape and islands as well. and keene and orange in the mid and upper 50s right now. a little bit of a cool start there. temperatures this afternoon running 80 to 85 degrees from the coast back to the inland areas. this is about five degrees lower than where we were yesterday except the coast with the on shore breezes that we had yesterday there. it's going to feel similar beaches today. track the rain chance future cast hour by hour, brand new update, here's midday, see the wind bar bes i put on there. the sea breeze, a couple of pop up showers, similar deal with a better chance of one of those affecting your afternoon plans. around 12:00 to 3:00, popcorn showers around, mainly west of
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building over toward the north and west, into southern new hampshire, southwestern parts of the state, into the late day and dying down toward the sunset if we see anything popping up at all. let's track the rain fall too. we've been talking about the extreme drought we're in. and so far this month, good rain at worcester, a good .01 of an inch above normal. both boston and worcester ru for the year. best rainmaker, sunday night into early monday. future cast out in time to 3:00 sunday, we're dry. let's go into the evening. there's 9:00 p.m., a couple showers making their way in around the 'burbs possibly close to worcester by that time. and really going to be late sunday night, say 10:00, 11:00, right through 8:00 monday, that's when the bulk of this rain moves through.
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tuesday, wednesday, look at this fall like temperatures down in the 50s on monday and tuesday night. and no rain next week until at least friday. back to you. >> jason: all right jason. a private school for children with special needs in middleboro abused around neglected its students. according to a study. conducted a 15 month long investigation and report claims that the stamp at the international school were suicide attempts and verbally abused its students. reporting the school allegation calls i it us graceful and uses its authority to further a political agenda. >> stephanie: a penn. state professor missing for a week now been found dead apparently pushed off a cliff. police say this man, george iscler who is friends with the professor lured him to a quarry and pushed him off the ledge.
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a woman living with the professor came up with this murder plot because he had a will and the two thought they would get money if he survived. >> jason: getting calls about ants infesting their homes, the reason ants are making their presence known this summer. >> stephanie: first, get ready for flying angels, you can expect during boston's o hey mom, i could use some basil.
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let's improve public schools for all students, not just a select few. vote no on question 2. >> jason: welcome back. a historic cruise off of the coast of alaska. crystal serenity, sailing from the pacific ocean, to the arctic, through the atlantic
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creating more open water during the summer months making a trip like this possible but still not easy. >> tricky part is the bay off the victoria, where the all of the ice comes down. >> how thick ice can you go through? >> we can't. that's the whole plan. >> you need water. >> yup, we need water. >> jason: tickets for the month long cruise start at $20,000 and they went up from there. 20 grand. the rooms are too. 2 to 300 square feet. >> there's a lot going on around town this weekend. we kick things off in the north end friday with great food and spectacular views. and look no further for your excuse to head back to the north end for this weekend's fisher men's feast. it kicked off thursday night with the blessing of the fishing waters. and tomorrow crowds will gather to witness the famous flight of the angels. boston's oldest continuous italian festival and something
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next, get creative, if you're on the cape, check out the 45th festival of the arts. three day event features 120 artisans and craftsman and women, food trucks, kids activities and much more. a great event for the whole family in beautiful cape park right in chatham. for more on what's happening around town this weekend, make sure to have the fox 25 news app and in the menu click on the around town section or click around town tab on fox25boston.com. wishing you a great weekend no lazcano, fox 25 news. >> >> stephanie: a mother and one of her sons stabbed by one of her other sons. hear the frantic call she made to 911 right after that attack. >> jason brewer: temperatures today a little lower than what we experienced yesterday. i'll show you who notices the biggest difference coming up in just a little bit. and track that rain chance for the went still ahead. >> jason: plus still searching for evidence this weekend. investigators combing through
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>> jason brewer: right now on fox 25 morning news, your updated morning forecast. where rain false today and tomorrow. >> reporter: no one charged but authorities are investigating
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afternoon at a local splash park. a grown man attempting to befriend young children. he was like, i felt a connection with your son, can i spend time with him? i said, no, i don't even know who you are. >> stephanie: the man's increasingly bizarre behavior that led mothers to call for help. >> jason: plus a house surrounded by s.w.a.t. inside a 30-year-old man wanted for drug trafficking of the unusual reason this elderly man ended up in custody instead. >> stephanie: good morning to you on this saturday morning. it is 8:00, i'm stephanie coueignoux. maybe grab that cup of coffee. >> jason: yeah, i'm jason law. definitely grab your cup of coffee. we've had three or four already. >> stephanie: yeah. >> jason: check in with jason brewer. another coffee lover, jason. >> jason brewer: i'm going to go for round number two in a bit. upper 60s, lower 70s to begin the day. we're dry for now.
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direction, 80 degrees at noontime. a slight chance for rain. we'll have a southeast breeze picking up 5 to 12 miles per hour. stronger at the coast. on shore breezes will keep the upper 70s as you get closer to the sea fort with middle 80s across the western part of the boston area. headed to jimmy buffet, we're in good shape tonight. sea breeze coming through, 70s by 6:00, 7:00, keep it rain free there. but coming in coming up. >> jason: a 15-month-old boy's death. >> stephanie: jim morelli live at woburn police department with the latest development. jim. >> reporter: well, stephanie, important to note that at the present time, no charges have been filed against anyone after the death thursday of the 15-month-old boy whose name is
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is emmy. this is where the plot thickens. sources tell fox 25 that she also received a medical evaluation for unspecified injuries. this all started on monday. that is when a 911 call went out from an apartment on kilby street, reporting an unresponsive child there. at the time this child was in the care of a baby-sitter. now, the department of child and family services, dcf, again, telling us they took three custody, including emmy. but they say they have no prior history with this family. the d. am's office not saying much at all right now. not saying whether this is a criminal investigation. that's because they're waiting for the medical examiner's office to determine how this little boy died. live in woburn, jim morelli fox 25 news. >> stephanie: a beautiful afternoon in a park took a disturbing turn. a man accused of picking up and
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want to show their faces on camera they're so disturbed by the incident. they're now second-guessing where they take their children. >> reporter: it was supposed to be a fun afternoon. cooling off at fournier splash park in leominster on wednesday. >> to protect your children. >> reporter: several moms say this man, michael brookman, approached young boys, hugging them and picking them up, running through the water with them. one of the kids just old. >> he was like, i felt a connection with your son, can i spend time with him? i said, no, i don't even know who you are. >> reporter: the mom of a five-year-old had a similar frightening experience. >> he walked by my son and made a comment about wanting to bond with him. so i told him to walk away, stay way from my children, he started swearing some more. stopped, went over to the urinate on the side of the building.
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arrested brookman. a report obtained by fox 25, says his speech was slow and slurred his eyes bloodshot and it was evident that he was in fact intoxicated a statement from a third mom accused him of closer contact. he grabbed my son by his hip and my son immediately ran over to me. >> as he was leaving, he called my son over one more time. he gave him a kiss and a hug. >> reporter: brookman told police he had no bad intentions when he tch but this unusual incident has moms rethinking the place they always thought was safe. >> it's scary. this is a public place for children. >> reporter: i'm chris store teen morelli fox 25 news. >> stephanie: he has been charged with lewdness and assault and battery on a police officer during his arrest. we reached out to his lawyer but couldn't make contact. >> jason: a woman and her son in the hospital after being stabbed in florida.
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accused of trying to kill them both. gust ragman is alocked up. we have to warn you this 911 call is hard to listen to. >> been stand by another -- please hurry my son is dying here. help me. my son has been stabbed. >> the the person who stand your >> yes. it was my son. >> jason: police haven't said why ragren attacked his mother and brother. but we do know they have sought help for his family. right now gust ragran is facing two counts of attempted murder. >> stephanie: accused of stabbing a man to death, 18-year-old of dorchester arrested last night on murder
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the victim of the stabbing on harrison street has been identified as 23-year-old gauge smith. police still investigating. meantime police are trying to figure out the motive for another stabbing yesterday morning on fox 25 happened around midnight outside of jake and joe's sports bar inno woburn. a witness tells fox 25, one man attacked another seemingly out of nowhere. this morning, the victim remains in critical and due in court on monday. >> jason: take a look at this man, andrew shea, he ran from a halfway house in manchester when officers were trying to arrest him. he's feet tall, with blue eyes and brown hair. he had a tribal tattoo on his neck. he's serving time for two felony armed robberies and also being a
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crash in warner, two cars that both ruled off route 9 yesterday. 33-year-old paul bradley of dennis massachusetts was thrown from his car. he, a female passenger and the driver of the other car, were all brought to the hospital. two dogs were also involved and were coaxed out of the roadway by other drivers. the cause of the crash is still being investigated. a needham woman facing charges accused of plowing into a crowd along the freedom trail in boston. prosecutors say does not have a license and should not be driving in the first place. on thursday, cell phones caught this chaotic scene in downtown crossing. dozens of witnesses went to help lift a car off a 9-year-old boy. they also told fox 25 they had to stop seal from leaving the scene. in court yesterday, seal's lawyer blames the crash on a car malfunctioned. >> it accelerated and something she was trying to avoid and stop.
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accident. >> stephanie: everyone who was hit, including the boy who was pinned, are recovering with only minor injuries. seal is also facing an assault charge in lynn and because of that charge, she's being held on $500,000 bond. >> jason: the worse of the rain over, and the recovery efforts underway in louisiana. look at these startling numbers, nearly 7 trillion gallons of rain, estimated to hit louisiana in just six days. at least 13 people are dead, roughly 30,000 more needed to be disaster was delivered, more than 70,000 people have registered for help of the red cross calling this the worse natural disaster to hit the country since super storm sandy. major companies donating water and even cleaning services to anyone in need. now, president obama had set a date to visit the area. he will arrive in broouj on tuesday. he's been hit with a lot of backlash for not wrapping up his vacation in martha's vineyard
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>> stephanie: trump was one of the people calling out obama for not visiting. with his running mate by his side, trump toured damaged schools and high schools a ended met with officials and the national guard. democratic rival hillary clinton is set to visit louisiana this coming week. in the meantime, took to facebook to send her support to the area. she wrote in part, my heart breaks for louisiana. red cross for anyone who wants to help. >> jason: hard to believe but we're just one day out for the end of the 2016 summer games in brazil. a gold medal finish for the women's relay team, wrapped up the race with the fastest time ever. in basketball, both the men and women moving on to the finals for team u.s.a.
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sunday. we have the most medals and most gold medals. china next and great britain next. >> stephanie: one of the most talked about stories in brazil has nothing to do with winning or losing. it's the one story you can't escape. it's the armed robbery that wasn't. you probably now u.s. swimmer ryan lochte and three teammates claim they were robbed at gunpoint. turns out they were held at gunpoint by a security guard who wanted payment for damages after the group vandalized the bathroom. it wasn't until yesterday lochte finally spoke up on instagram. he said he was sorry and went on to say this, it's traumatic to be out late at night with your friends in foreign country, and have a stranger point a gun at
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olympics becames, and brazil. all four are likely to be banned from the olympics team. i have to say this, does it feel a little less than inner if you do it on instagram. >> jason: especially after you do national on camera about the story and weird place to do it. he's probably cost himself a lot of money in future endorsements. >> stephanie: it's disappointing. disappointing. a s.w.a.t. situation with an police looking for a 31-year-old man wanted on drug charges. the bizarre reason an elderly man, this one, ended up in custody instead. >> jason: also this saturday, nearly two weeks and still no answers in the murder of a princeton jogger. >> we have to get a little lucky that there's a perpetrator that did something in the past. >> jason: this week, the evidence they're hoping to make
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four hundred million dollars. that's how much charter schools will drain from massachusetts public schools this year. four hundred million siphoned from local districts that desperately need it. four hundred million that won't fund more science and technology, arts or preschool, counseling, or smaller class sizes. of students who don't attend charter schools. let's improve public schools for all students, not just a select few. vote no on question 2. >> jason: tomorrow, magazines two weeks of the young woman killed during jogging at her
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now state police are back out combing for evidence. kathryn burcham spoke with experts who says one lead may lie in the federal database. >> reporter: we know from investigators when she fought from her life, she scratched her killer likely captain churgs some of his dna. just like you would search google for a certain topic, investigators are here using a database called code ex to search for a clue. experts clue may not be seen from the air, but rather inside a test tube. >> code ex is basically the federal clearing house. >> reporter: former federal agent now criminology professor steven morelli is intimately familiar with how investigators send dna gathered from crime scenes to labs like this one in boston to be analyzed for a possible match. >> we have to get a little bit lucky that there's a perpetrator that did something in the past that led him to authorities and
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>> reporter: police departments from every state submit d.n.a. from convicted offenders and suspects arrested in crimes to code ex, or the combined ena index system. a match could be instantaneous, but the system has its limits. >> there's 300 million people in the united states and people outside the country and not every is in that database. >> reporter: even if if her killer is not in the database, code ex will continue to search as it could help win a murder conviction in court. >> they're taking it personal, personal for the victim, for the family, for the community. >> reporter: they'll also have to search other type of evidence like highway toll charges or cell phone records that will help place him at the scene of
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fox 25 news. >> jason: in two weeks investigators say they've received nearly 900 tips to marcotte's death. in i information can helpful that number pour the tip line is your your screen and remember all calls are anonymous. >> stephanie: a woman held without bail accused of plotting a columbine style attack at worcester pole stek institute. according to court documents. lyons said she planned to place a decoy bomb in the center and set off real bombs in morgan hall. she also told police, quote, armed with a sawed off shotgun, she would kill her boss and then begin shooting people at random. there was concern that she was capable of following through. in an alert to students, police found no evidence that lyons had the means to actually carry out her plans. take a look at this video, sent to us by a fox 25 viewer
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down the track with the back door wide open. the passenger who took this video, says the door was open at least between quarter station and alewife. the mbta told that passenger, supervisors are aware of this incident and they're now investigating. >> now your local forecast from meteorologist jason brewer and the fox 25 storm tracker weather team. >> jason: good saturday morning. want to start you out with where you were on friday. managed to get up to 90 in norred would. here lower than we were yesterday. due to a strong on shore wind. all beginning to take over on the cape and islands. visibility improving. we did have some fog around worcester earlier. that now up to 2 miles. some clouds around, but nothing to cause any trouble on the roadways. temperatures in the low 70s now. beginning to come up just a bit from those lows. lawrence and burlington, both at 70 depress.
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lower 70s most of cape cod, 69 on nantucket right now upper 60s for worcester and even those spots here, fitchburg, up 50s early now sitting at 63. here's the other numbers i want to share with you dew point the temperatures, any time they're in the 50s, it feels a little more comfortable and getting a few of those. upper 50s we'll take that here in august. but tomorrow more of a south wind flow, going to begin to bring in a little more moisture. not an impressive day all day but late sunday evening, we'll start to feel a lot of that humidity around. enjoy today, temperatures nice in the low and middle 80s in most locations. we're going to be seeing some 70s at the coastline today and around hyannis and chatham, you'll see high temperatures, approaching 80 degrees but probably not quite getting
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east and southeast winds coming in, starting now and increasing in speed throughout the midday and afternoon. that's a little purge of winds off of the ocean, could bump up the shower or two, inland not concerned about rain at the beaches today but west of 95 from noon to about 5:00, that's that window to watch out for one of these brief passing showers, could get a quick .01 inch of rain. us stay grab your fox 25 weather app. maybe up in stone brook for balloons and brews. temperatures in the upper 70s and there's a look at the cape and islands for your weekend. lots of sunshine. tomorrow, a little bit more humidity and more of a breeze as well. that breeze might actually be a nice -- for the road race tomorrow morning on the humid
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in august. with the south east wind at 10 to 15, refresher coming in to cool some of us down. hour by hour rain fall. here's 11:00 tonight, spots out to the west getting appreciable rain not anything washing out any plans. then as we go into sunday night early monday, start to see the rain totals increasing here, north and west of boston. that's because we have an approaching front that's going to move through, bring in the rain early that clears out after 8:00 a.m. monday. and we get cooler and breezy and less humid throughout the day. a little taste of some 50s coming up by monday night. back to you. >> jason: got bad news for tourists heading back to washington, d.c. this week. the inside of the washington monument is closed down as they try to repair an elevator. just last weekend it actually broke down twice stranding employees of the monument will
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the obama administration expects to surpass its goal of admitting more than 10,000 syrian refugees into the u.s. this year. the administration will accept more applicants. the goal is a floor not a ceiling. critics of the settlement program have long concern about the terrorist groups to make their way over. the state department standing by their rigor of vetting process and the the most vetted. >> stephanie: how much that vacation of a lifetime set every passenger back. >> jason: plus wild video this weekend, the suspect hard at work pulling his best houdini in the back of a police cruiser.
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>> jason: you've got to see this video from the back of a police cruiser in jonesboro arkansas, this is wild. i'm going to walk you through it. this is your suspect, 19-year-old logan younger and he manages to get out of his cuffs somehow. you can see him kicking the back seat of the police officer who is driving the car. he pulled out a lighter at one point. tried to light the car on fire. and then all of a sudden.
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police officer driving actually crashed and the cruiser was flipping over. the camera is fixed so you can't tell but the cruiser is flipping. that sends younger flying out of the back window. he's okay, believe it or not. the officer had to be cut out of the door, he was pretty banged up. but the officer is going to be okay as well. >> stephanie: you saw him using the lighter to light the back of that cruiser. >> jason: that's one way to stop a bad guy. it's unbelievable to he's okay, and the cop is okay too. >> stephanie: now to another wedding trend kicking off. but it's disappointing people out there. people apparently serving cakes of cheese as an appetizer. originated in england. found the way to u.s.
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so they melt. so you have a soupy cake there. >> you get your new hampshire -- nachos. >> stephanie: two cakes must be a bit moch. >> jason: i want the frosting. jason brewer. >> jason brewer: good morning. a chance of 70s, a chance of a shower inland i'll time that out for you.
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complete new england coverage continues right now. this is fox 25 morning news. >> stephanie: good morning to you. thanks so much for joining us on this early saturday morning. you're taking a live look from our tower camera. this is boston common. it's actually kind of starting to look cloudy outside. >> jason: a little overcast. since we last looked out there? >> stephanie: yeah, it did. go right over to fox 25's meteorologist jason brewer. a lot of clouds out there. >> jason brewer: yeah, we are is seeing a deck of clouds coming through. they're not going to last all day. right now beginning to see moisture coming back off of the atlantic, over the relatively cool morning air. as we heat things up today, we should be able to get plenty of sunshine. risk of rain mainly inland not at the beaches. over all closer to 70s along the
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free. temperatures the upper 70s along our coastline today. back with more on the rest of your weekend. and we'll talk more about outdoor events coming up. >> stephanie: this morning, the investigation continues into the death of a 15-month-old boy left in the care of a baby-sitter. now we're learning the state is taking custody of three children, including the boy's surviving sister. >> jim morelli outside of the police station with the latest development. jim. >> well, potentially troubling facts here. i say potentially because thus far, no one has been charged with anything. everyone waiting for the medical examiner's report to determine how this child died. >> it's devastating to hear this kind of news in your own neighborhood. >> reporter: it's unknown what happened in the apartment on kilby street. but the end result, a knowledgetrady. 15-month-old know where a
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thursday. >> it's sad. it's devastating in or i don't even community. >> reporter: noah has a twin sister emmy. sources say she underwent a medical evaluation for unspecified injuries. at the time of the call on sunday, noah was under the care of a baby-sitter. >> do you have anything to say about the baby? >> fox 25 tried to talking with her on monday. no charges on file. but dcf has taken into custody three children, including noah's twin sister. having 25 they have no prior history with this family. the middlesex county d.a.'s office is not saying much either. again, all are waiting for the medical examiner's report to see just how this child died. live in woburn, jim morelli fox 25 news. >> jason brewer: on the run for more than a year, john monahan explains this morning, the police had to do a double take because they weren't sure they
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well, it's the same men, but the picture on the right is him with a very expensive and very real looking mask. his name is shaun miller. he's 31 and goes by the nickname of shizz miller. miller was indicted in 2016 in connection with trafficking heroin. the fed say he had heroin and intend to distribute it. these pictures obtained by fox 25 showed the scene when the cape cod regional surrounded a home in south yarmouth where miller was believed to be staying. officers ordered miller out of the home. but an elderly man walked out instead. after further investigation, police figured out that the elderly man was actually shizz miller in an elaborate and life like mask. he pulled it off and placed miller under arrest. police tell fox 25, the mask
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police off his trial. a but that didn't work. inside the home they found two guns inside a laundry basket and $30,000 in cash. >> jason: miller remains in custody and set to appear in u.s. district court in boston later this month. >> stephanie: lawyers for aaron hernandez being forced to turn over his cell phone to prosecutors after a ruling by the state's highest court. they believe the phone may have evidence in the witness double murder trial in boston. the former patriots tight end is already serving a life sentence of a murder conviction out of attleboro. defense lawyers had refused initially to turn over that phone arguing it could under mine the attorney/client privilege if they provide law enforcement with potentially incriminaing evidence. >> this weekend, donald trump is working hard to reach out to african american voters. speaking to supporters in
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american voters for granted. he said african americans are struggling with poverty and the lack of jobs and democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton is not the answer to their problems. >> look how much african american community have suffered under democratic control. to those i say the following. what do you have to lose? >> jason: trump predict, if he went on for reelection for 2020 he'd win 99% of the african american vote. a recent poll shows trump has currently 1% support from african americans. >> stephanie: meanwhile, cnn's shot has clinton securing victory. this map is show you the electoral college will play out with the state polls. red for the republicans blue for
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to call. that's just enough to push clinton over the edge of electoral votes needed to win the white house. well, new in the hillary clinton e-mail controversy. a judge has ruled the presidential candidate must answer questions about her use of a private server from conservative legal group judicial watch. the lawsuit is part of a long running public records dispute. earlier this week, clinton said powell advised her to use a personal e-mail account. that claim included in the nose handed over to congress on tuesday. in a statement, powell said he had no recollection of that conversation. and election day is quickly approaching and fox 25 is your home for complete coverage. stick with us both on air and online for the latest poll numbers, debate updates and election events.
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found at the bottom of a cliff. the money that got him killed. >> stephanie: the warning the cdc has issued for miami beach
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a mosquito born virus now spreading in the u.s. and miami beach now dealing with zika. >> jason: five new locally
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now the cdc has a warning to pregnant women. don't travel to two parts of miami. >> jason: in is ocean drive one of the hottest tourist spots on miami beach. now miami beach a different kind of hot spot. one for zika. >> we believe we have a new area local transmissions occurring in miami beach. >> jason: it's the second part of miami, local transmission of the virus has been found. >> the key here to find it quickly and respond quickly. that's what we're doing with florida and miami dade county in the two zones where we documented transmission. >> jason: the head of the cdc high-rise buildings and strong sea breeze could be a problem. when spraying for a mosquito notoriously difficult to control. >> we'll do everything within our power to make this city
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tourists. that's job number one for the city of miami right now. >> jason: the virus can have devastating consequences for an unborn baby. which is why the cdc warns pregnant women not to travel to miami beach and not to dade county at all. >> between our efforts and the county's spraying efforts the last thing i'd ever want to be on miami beach right now is a mosquito. >> stephanie: new details now. new research shows that zika may have a adult brains than. >> originally thought. a study in miles found certain brain cells may be damaged by the virus. they need to see if that translates to humans and long term affects the zika virus is known to cause severe birth defects and also linked to
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still ahead, the reason this cruise is one of a kind. >> jason: plus they're always there but rarely noticed. that is until they show up on your kitchen counter. coming up, the reason ants massachusetts public charter schools are among the best in the country. our charter schools are public, and we have longer school days with more personal attention. we have a proven record of helping students in underperforming areas succeed.
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and result in more funding for public education. every parent should be able to choose the public school that's best for their child. announcer: vote yes on question 2. for stronger public schools. four hundred million dollars. that's how much charter schools will drain from massachusetts public schools this year. four hundred million siphoned from local districts that desperately need it. four hundred million that won't fund more science and technology, arts or preschool, counseling, or smaller class sizes. the ninety-six percent of students who don't attend charter schools. let's improve public schools for all students, not just a select few.
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>> reporter: because of the drought. and looking for food or water. kitchen, bathrooms, any leaky pipes. sometimes the sweats from the pipes come in and that's what we're doing. >> reporter: the drought hard on ants, the same reason it's hard on plants. >> we have ant periods, what ends up happening, ground moisture sources that insects rely on to survive. >> reporter: unlike plants, ants know where to find moisture in a crunch and added advantage of >> no matter how much you clean your kitchen they're still there. >> reporter: sally is one of the likely homeowner dealing with ants. >> i usually see them a little bit in the beginning of the summer and then they go away. and that happens in summer. but i would say within the last few weeks i've definitely seen a lot more. >> reporter: she uses a lot of chemicals to control answer but says homeowners need to do their part too.
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even when the drought ends, the infestation may not. >> if it's not broke, don't fix it. why try to leave if you've got everything you need. >> reporter: jim morelli fox 25 news. >> jason: many people homes flooded in louisiana. but humans aren't the only ones in need of help down there. many animal shelters now swamped. shelters across the country stepping in to help out. including this one in animals in the last three days thankfully today started slowing down a little bit why. >> they say the key how is finding foster families for all of the homeless pets. and that's not easy to do. >> jason brewer: and good morning. just wanted to share with you some of our viewer photos who are getting in here to
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send them in to our and we'll share them on the air. a little orange in the sky. beautiful sunrise, now a few clouds rolling through. but they won't last all day long. in fact, right now, watching visibility improving in with worcester down to quarters of a mile just moments ago and now just low clouds lingering around. visibility not to go too bad overall. lower 70s, most spots include right now the cape and islands. and a few 60s as you go to the west, where we were even i right there on that nook around fitchburg and temple new hampshire earlier this morning. now, starting to climb. dew points, they are on the sticky side. however, they will get stickier, as we go into sunday afternoon. especially evening. because we have an approaching front that's going to cause the winds to go more out of the south and bring in extra moisture for us, we need rain, tracking that potential straight ahead. but for today, temperatures due to a little extra cloud cover
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a little lower than yesterday. today we're going to shave off about five degrees from those high temperatures. keep it in the up 70s to near 80. the cape and islands the south shore upper 70s along the north shore and sea coast. go to noontime on future cast. not what's happening, beaches fairly bright. maybe a shower or two, popping up in the worcester hills, back into the 'burbs, southeast winds really take over here. and we'll keep the beaches dry today and leave that isolated mention of rain making its way northwest ward through the early evening hours, maybe a zack brown band for tonight and sunday. we'll be pretty good overall. temperatures sneaking back into the 70s there in fenway toward sunset and on sunday, maybe one to two degrees warmer, but a slight chance of rain later on in the evening.
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through midday tomorrow. then 11:00 tomorrow night. that rain chance starting to rise as we're watching this front from the west and then monday, early morning, when you get started, you're going to be watching for showers, even a few rumbles rolling through as this next front makes its way in. this front will be fairly strong. it's going to have some older air attached to it. colder, maybe cooler, i should say. we'll notice the change as it passes by. now the rain with it, it looks like we could get half inch of rain a bit more. we're running eight inches below normal for the year. even though worcester so far this month, we're actually running a couple temps above normal. don't let that fool you we're still in a long term drought. there's your with the weekend always in view. middle 80s, lower 60s, highs and lows, rain chance rising after dark sunday night on into early monday. i think by 11:00 monday, most of the rain is out of here, pushing off of the cape. then breezy, less humid.
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50s coming in on monday and tuesday night. a little taste of fall. back to you. >> stephanie: a private school for children with special needs is being hit by a scathing report. according to the disability law center, the chamber international school in middleboro abused and neglected its students. the center conducted a 15 month long investigation. the report claims staff at chamberlain were neglectful when it came to prevents student's suicide attempts anallied verbally abuse students. the globe reports the disgraceful and accused the law center of abusing authority and furthering a political agenda. >> jason: a penn. state professor missing for a week has been found death apparently pushed off a cliff. police say this man, george ishler, who was friends with the professor, lured him to a quarry with the lure of marijuana, and pushed him off the ledge. he fell 80 feet to his death. ishler and the woman who had been living with that professor
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because the professor had just signed a will and the two thought they would get money if he died. >> massachusetts attorney general went down for a one-on-one with fox 25. the accusation she defended herself against. >> they're wrong. they're absolutely wrong. >> stephanie: also what she has to say about her political future. >> jason: first the red sox take care of business this weekend. the ace on the mound that has
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all star, andy leon, starting catcher. and rick porcello a cy young candidate. porcello on the mound. ortiz a milestone mom. this got him one step closer to another. 28th of the year. 531 of his career. sox up to 2 nothing. jackie bradley, jr. another sox phenom michael for six runs last night. more than enough for rick porcello first start back since detroit since the trade, the team's 8th, 8 strikes allowed just one earned. hanley ramirez, a night as 8: two rbi doubles. unbelievable. sox win it 10-2. half game back of the jays in
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signed with the rangers, bruins said to be in the mix. wgib reports, the b's offered him a top six role. the rangers didn't promise that. but he chose new york any way. entry level deal. sox tie tigers. much more on that on sports wrap coming up tonight as well. >> jason: 8:55 now. a historic cruise underway off of the coast of crystal serenity, sailing from the pacific ocean from the arctic to the atlantic ocean, using the northwest passage. the feat never been done by a ship this big of but rising temperatures cause the ice to melt creating more open water in the summer months making a trip like that possible, but still hard. >> how thick of a ice can you go
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that's the whole plan. >> you need water. >> yes. we need water. >> jason: tickets for the 30 day cruise started at $20,000 and went up from there. the rooms at 2 to 300 square feet. >> stephanie: that's $20,000. a woman lost her wedding ring that's been on her finger for years. the work by a detective that helped get that ring back where it >> jason brewer: lower and middle 70s already appearing on the map. how warm we get today. some spots cooler than yesterday. we'll talk about that rain chance looming in parts of the weekend out look straight ahead. >> jason: also a mother and one
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>> jason: plus a house surrounded by s.w.a.t., inside a 31-year-old man wanted for drug trafficking. the unusual reason this elderly man ended up in custody instead. >> stephanie: good morning to you. i'm stephanie coueignoux. >> jason: i'm jason law. it is saturday morning, august 20th. to jason brewer and the storm tracker weather center. good morning. >> jason brewer: good morning. a small chance for rain today, lower 70s to begin the day. a few 60s out west. but i'm watching the thermometer rise, blues and booze in hudson. temperatures out of the 70s, up to around 80 by noontime and falling back there toward 6:00 p.m. greater boston area upper 70s closer you get to the water.
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with the breeze coming through, with xfinity jimmy buffet in town tonight, nice out there, upper 60s by 9:00 tonight. we'll show you month are on when and where of the rain chance on future cast in a few minutes. >> jason: this morning, the investigation continues in the death of a 15-month-old boy left in the care of a baby-sitter and now we're learning the state is taking custody of three children, including the boy's surviving twin sister. >> stephanie: fox 25 jim department. >> reporter: the d.a.'s office is getting involved, any time you have a suspicious death. so far important to know that no charges filed against anyone for the death of this little boy. his name is noah john larson. 15 months old. he has a twin sister, emmy.
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too underwent medical evaluation for injuries we don't know anything about. on monday, 911 call from kilby street reporting an unresponsive 1-year-old and he was under the care of a baby-sitter. now, dcf, department of child and family services, have taken into protective custody, again, three children, including emmy, the twin noah. but they do tell us they have never had any issues before with this family. we're all waiting medical examiner's report to come out to determine how this little boy died. live in woburn, jim morelli fox 25 news. sarah wroblewski: all right. jim, thank you. a beautiful afternoon at a leominster park took a disturbing turn. a man accused of picking and even kissing children he didn't know. the children's mothers so worried by this incident that they can't want to show their faces on camera. but they did tell fox 25 christine mccarthy, they're now second-guessing where they take their children.
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my child. >> reporter: it was supposed to be a fun an of. cooling off at fournier's splash park? leominster on thursday. but several moms say this man, michael brookman, approached the young boys, hugging them, picking them up, running through the water with them. one of the kids just two years old. >> he was like, i felt a connection with your son. can i spend time with him? i said no, i don't even know who you are. >> reporter: the mom of a frightening experience. >> he walked by my son and made a comment of wanting to bond with him. so i told him to walk away, stay away from my children. he started swearing some more. he stopped, went over and urinated on the side of the building. >> reporter: that mom called leominster police who later arrested brookman. a police report obtained by fox 25 says his speech was slow and slurred his eyes bloodshot and evidence that he was in fact
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closer contact, he grabbed my son by his hires, she said, and my son immediately ran over to me. >> as he was leaving, my son came over to me one more time. he had gave him a kiss and a hug. >> reporter: reported police, he had no bad intentions when he touched the children. but this unusual incident has moms rethinking the places that they always thought was safe. >> it's scary. this is a place for childr. arraigned on multiple charges, including lewdness and assault and battery on a police officer during his arrest. he's ordered to have a mental health check. we reached out to his lawyer but didn't have contact. >> jason: this morning, a mother and her son hospitalized after repeatedly stabbed. her 16-year-old accused of carrying out the attack. gust -- we're hearing the 911
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appeared on their doorstep. >> what exactly did he say to you? >> he said that somebody has an active family. >> okay. >> and he said, they did it. >> that who did it? >> i don't know. he just said they did it. >> who is they? >> he's not saying. >> the neighbor goes on to tell 911, the teenager was not hurt but was talking to himself. he's facing two counts of attempted murder. hospitalized but are expected to survive. >> stephanie: this morning, boston police have a teenager in custody last night on murder charges the victim is wednesday's stabbing on paris street has been identified as 23-year-old gauge smith. police are still investigating. meantime, woburn police trying to figure out the motive for another stabbing. this one was breaking yesterday morning on fox 25.
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outside of jake and joe's sports bar in woburn. a witness tells fox 25 one man attacked another seemingly out of nowhere. >> walked out and the two guys there. we were saying good-bye to them the and the guy walked up and head butted him. and all hell broke list. >> stephanie: police were able to track down the suspect based on surveillance video and a recognizable logo on the shirt. james lie to murder charges being held on bail and due in court on monday. >> jason: police new new hampshire are working to chase down an escaped convict. andrew shea ran off from a halfway house when officers there were trying to arrest him. 6 feet tall, with blue eyes and brown hair. a tribal tattoo on his neck. he served -- he is serving time now for two felony armed robberies and being a felon in possession of a gun. >> stephanie: needham woman
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on the freedom trail in boston. prosecutors say shaniqua seal does not have a license and shouldn't have been driving in the first place. on thursday, cell phone cameras captured this kay yachtic scene in downtown crossing. dozens of witnesses ran to help lift the car off a nine-year-old boy. they had to stop seal from leaving the scene. seal's lawyer blamed the crash on the car something she was trying to avoid and stop. so i think this was truly an accident. >> stephanie: everyone who was hit, including the boy who was pinned, are recovering with only minor injuries. seal is also facing an assault charge in lynn. because of that charge, she's being held on $500,000 bond. >> jason: the worse of the rain is over and recovery efforts now underway in louisiana. take a look at these numbers,
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trillion gallons of rain full melled louisiana. at least 16 people dead, thousands more need to be rescued. since a federal disaster declared more than 70,000 registered for helpful the red cross causing this the worse natural disaster to hit the country since super storm sandy. now, president obama has set a date to visit that area. the president will arrive in baton rouge on tuesday. over the past few days hit with a lot of criticism a earlier and touring the damage in louisiana. >> stephanie: donald trump was one of those people calling out the president for taking so long to visit. the republican presidential candidate spent friday touring some of the hardest hit areas. with his running mate by his side. he toured damaged homes and high schools and also met with officials as well as the national guard. meantime, rival hillary clinton is set to visit louisiana this coming week.
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facebook to send her support to the area. she wrote my heart breaks for louisiana. she included a link to the red cross for anyone who wants to helpful. all right. it had to come to an end at one point. we're one day out from the end of the 2016 summer games and the gold medal finish in for the women's 4 by 100 relay meter team. the women wrapped up that race with the second fastest time ever. sadly things didn't go as well for the men'ses race. the u.s. men's team after one runner took an early pass from another. this is ninth time, the u.s. men's failed to get the baton around in the world championships or the olympics. the big win went to team jamaica. which earned use sane bolts ninth gold medal. both moving to the finals for the team u.s.a., the women's basketball today against spain
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serbia. we do have most medals and medals total. china travelling behind with the second. and great britain rounds out the top three. >> jason: one of the most talked about stories in brazil has nothing to do with winning or losing or medals. it's the armed robbery that wasn't. as you know by now, ryan lochte and three teammates claimed they were gunned at gunpoint. then that story fell apart. turns out they were held at gunpoint. for payment after the group vandalized the lochte's team apologized and -- it wasn't until yesterday lochte spoke up on instagram. said he was sorry, and quote, it's traumatic to be out late with your friends in foreign country and have a language barrier and have a stranger point a gun at you and and in your money. he went on to thank u.s.a., the olympics committee and the brazil. all three are likely to be banned from the u.s. swim team. >> stephanie: police were
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the bizarre reason this elderly looking man ended up in custody instead. >> jason: this morning, attorney general maura healey weekending her decision to track down on copy cat assault rifles. >> called this a political play by a zealous antigun politician looking to advance her political career. are they right? >> absolutely not. couldn't be further from the truth. >> reporter: next our candid one-on-one interview with the questions that people want answered. >> jason brewer: we're looking slight chance of rain inland. i'll show you more on that with
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>> jason: attorney general maura healey defending her controversial move on copy cat assault rifles despite the backlash. sharman sacchetti spoke with healy in the first sit down interview since the crack down. >> reporter: we have seen too many mass shootings, last year alone, far man, more mass shootings than calendar days. >> reporter: i sat down with her first one-on-one interview since her copy cat assault rifles.
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gun politician looking to advance her political career, are they right? >> absolutely not. couldn't be further from the truth. >> reporter: you're not trying to score political points here. >> i'm trying to do my job. >> reporter: pro rights activists say hey, wait a minute. you're not enforcing the law, you're interpreting the law to suit your own political purposes. what do you say to that? >> they're wrong. they're absolutely wrong. >> reporter: healy says aft orlando and despite massachusetts's capital right laws, so she issued notices to gun dealers. >> this is a matter of enforcing the law. >> reporter: the finger pointed to you specifically. >> the good news, police have been supportive of our initiative. >> reporter: she says she didn't need the lawmakers approval. >> this was announcement we made a couple days before the legislature went into recess.
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th >> reporter: what about her political future. i asked her. are you running for reelection for attorney general? >> i love what i'm doing. i'm hoping to do it to the best of my ability every day. >> reporter: are you ruling out a run for higher office? >> absolutely. >> reporter: you're ruling it out? >> absolutely. absolutely. >> reporter: healy say she's not looking for any law abiding gun owners who bought a copy cat before her announcement. when it comes to an that she files she says she is on firm ground. >> stephanie: a woman is under arrest accused of -- a food service worker at the college. according to the documents, lyons says she had planned to place a decoy bomb at the wpi campus center and set off real bombs in morgan hall. she also told police, armed with
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kill her former boss and shoot and kill at random. psychiatrist told under the right circumstances there was concern that she was capable of following through. in an alert to students, wpi found no evidence that lyons had the means to actually carry her theory out. arrested a man with a backpack only to find out he was wearing a mobile meth lab on his back. they arrested william hate unrelated charges and found his backpack contained hazardous materials. they were forced to shut down the street because they were worried his backpack would explode. fortunately, they did not. hate is now facing drug chargs. >> jason brewer: bright blue skies return again above the city of boston.
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hospitals ago but now 72 degrees. a light easterly wind, that will pick up midday in the afternoon. going to keep the coast a little cooler today. going to bring us all down a few degrees compared to yesterday. 70s right now in a few locations. nantucket at 73. vineyard 76. plymouth, 76 degrees as well. fitchburg, pepperell, climb into the lower later this afternoon. slight chance of a shower, and chance better exist closer to worcester county. terrain hillier. and east coast coming up those hills and rising moisture and get a little shower to develop that way. we'll take a look at afternoon highs in boston. how about upper 70s on east side of town. low and middle 80s back to the west around natick and dedham over to new bedford. lower 80s today. 80s marshfield. how about lower 80s around
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track that future cast rain chance, there you see by noontime. one or two light showers of rain popping up in bifr county. that's pretty much where they're going to reside. they'll generally drift to the north and west. up into southern new hampshire. late day, can't rule out one or two showers west of 95. but most of us are dry, about 20% chance overall and then into the evening. we're looking just fine as those on shore winds keep us nice and quiet. fairly comfortable. so good beach day today. mostly sunny. wate 74. and that kind of weather for the weekend goes all the way up to maine and continues along the north, south shore for the cape and islands as well. the falmouth road race is tomorrow morning. let's take 9:00 a.m. folks getting there earlier than that. but as we get runners underway, clouds and sun mixed in. humid weather, but the southeast breeze actually may end up being a nice help and bring in a little refreshment right through
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running into the wind is no fun but at least keep some of us cooler. look at the rain chances, low today and for the balance of the day tomorrow. really going up, late night, 11:00 sunday night. into early monday. that's when the next front comes in. this front has cool air attached to it and lower humidity. so you're going to feel that change after the rain clears out. after 8:00 a.m. on monday. dry skies, breezy, northwest wind in here. almost l where we dish temperatures into the 50s. below normal coming up on monday night and tuesday night. we're going to keep it nice and sunny dry next week. looks great. although we need rain or drought relief. we'll talk more about that in the next half hour. >> stephanie: a wedding ring spent 650 years on a bride's finger lost during a trip to the park. how a good samaritan and a detective that went above the call of duty helped the woman
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jefferson road between monroe and share rid dan. they fix the power line to restore power. no word on what caused that tree to go down. >> stephanie: former first lady nancy reagan known for her style. now you have a chance to dress like her at a price. christies set to auction off jewelry from her private collection next month. some of the items up for bid, you're gold necklace and after certify and ruby american flag ring. that's not all. items belonging to former president reagan also will be up for bid including a cowboys boots with presidential seal on them. the auction will benefit the ronald reagan presidential institute. >> jason: new features to combattrology. more control over what you see and who you interact with. if you don't want to see notifications from everyone, you
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only people they follow. can be filters for blocking harassment. the other quality filter, the improve the quality of tweets you see, by using signals like account origin and behavior. all right. here is wild video. we've been showing it all morning long. we want to show you again. it's crazy. back up police cruiser in jonesboro arkansas. 19-year-old to get out of the handcuffs, kicking the back seat of the cruiser, pulling a lighter out of the pocket. and you see the handcuffs and all of a sudden he's gone. the police officer driving the cruiser crashed and flipped the cruiser over. that sent unger flying out of the vehicle, believe it or not. younger is okay. the officer had to be cut out of the vehicle and taken to hospital since released and going to be okay.
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he's there one minute and gone the next. >> stephanie: a lot of questions i have about that video. >> jason: how is he able to get you have to the handcuffs. >> stephanie: yeah and why is the lighter in his hands. you don't want to deal with drama on your wedding day. but what about a lama. why not hang out with a lama, this couple wanted to. this is actually at their wedding reception. it happened to be at the same venue where was going on because those things do exist. and you know, they're making the most out of these wedding crashers right there. these photos are making the rounds on reddit and facebook. >> jason: a lot of people have those photo booths. isn't that best? i would love to have my picture with a lama like that. indoors pretty neat.
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the balloons and brews blues, got a lot of outdoor events so lots of forecast for you. slight chance of rain inland today. got that for you on future cast coming up. >> reporter: a child dead, three
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four hundred million dollars. that's how much charter schools will drain from massachusetts public schools this year. four hundred million siphoned from local districts
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>> jason: good morning, everybody. welcome back. that's more like it. those clouds -- >> stephanie: yeah, it was cloudy an hour ago and now it's gone. >> jason: now at 9:30, much more sunny downtown. as you take a look. that's a good thing. because a lot going on tonight. zack brown at fenway, jimmy buffet in town. a lot of activities going on outside this weekend. >> stephanie: shaping up to be a beautiful day. but i know, jason, you're actually tracking a couple of showers probably today? slight chance. i don't want anyone to be caught off guard. moisture coming back up here and with the sea breeze coming in, could see a few showers pop up. mainly just interior locations. great beach weather. upper 70s later in the day with 80s back inland. nice and bright beach day. not concerned about any rain. the sea coast, the north shore, the south shore, or the cape today. but back with future cast.
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a few more minutes. >> stephanie: this morning, the investigation continues into the death of a 15-month-old boy left in the care of a baby-sitter. now we're learning the state has taken custody of three children, including the boy's surviving twin sister. >> jason: jim morelli live outside of the woburn police department with the latest on this investigation. jim. >> reporter: well, jason, the middlesex county da has taken over this case as always when we that is one when we don't know what caused it. they're waiting on the medical examiner on the initial report of how the child died. >> devastating to hear this news in your own neighborhood. >> reporter: it is unknown what happened in the kilby apartment. noah larson died three days after a call came in indicating an unresponsive child.
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community. >> reporter: sources say twin sister emmy underwent medical investigation for unknown injuries. at the time of the call, he was under the care of a baby-sitter. fox 25 tried to talking with her on friday. no charges filed. but dcf has taken into protective custody three children including noah's sister. having said that dcf al t us they have new prior history with this family. live in woburn, fox 25 morning news. >> stephanie: a police arrested this man, michael brookman, after three mothers told police, that he approached their sons. one mother told fox 25 he picked up her two-year-old and kissed his head before telling her he
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another mother described a frighteningly similar experience. >> he walked by my son and made a comment of wanting to bond with him. so i just told them to walk away, stay away from my children. he started swearing some more. stopped, went over and urinated a on the side of the building. >> stephanie: brookman appeared drunk, police say, and did have a small bottle of alcohol on him. he was arraigned yesterday. >> jason: a hyannis man on cape cod after being on the run for a year. police had to do a double take because they weren't sure -- >> reporter: take a look at these two men. well, it's the same man. but the picture on the right is him with a very expensive and very real looking mask. his name is shaun miller. he is 31 and goes by the name of shizz miller. miller was indicted in april of 2016 in connection with trafficking heroin. the feds say he had heroin and
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25 showed the scene when the cape cod regional s.w.a.t. team surrounded a home in south yarmouth where miller was known to be staying. they ordered brookman to come out of the home but an elderly man walked out instead. they found out that the elderly man was actually shizz miller in an elderly mask. wore it everywhere in an attempt to throw police off his trails. but that didn't work. inside the home, police found two loaded weapons hidden inside a laundry basket and nearly $30,000 in cash. i'm john monday than, fox 25 news. >> jason: wild. well, miller is in custody this weekend. he's scheduled to appear in u.s. district court in boston later this month. >> stephanie: new at 9:00, a
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the school year. hazardous material was stirred up during an hvac upgrade at the elementary. the massachusetts called in the department of environmental protection and the agency determined, it's going to take about two months to make the building safe again. during that time, students and staff will work out of other facilities within the district. more details will be revealed this week. informational session is being held thursday evening at the high school. meeting right there on your screen. >> jason: this weekend, donald trump is reaching hard to reach out to african american voters. trump accused democrats of taking african american voters for granted. he says african american are struggling with poverty and lack of jobs. and democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton is not the answer to their problems. >> look how much african american communities are
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control. to those i say the following, what do you have to lose? >> jason: trump predicted if he were to run for reelection in 2020, he would garner 95% of the african american vote. however, a recent "abc news" wall street journal poll shows trump currently has support from just 1% of african american. >> stephanie: in the meantime, the latest cnn snapshot of the out look h victory. this map shows how electoral college plays out with the current polls. red for the republicans, blue for the democrats and yellow too close to call. three battle ground states now leaning toward the democratic presidential candidate. the election quickly approaching and fox 25 is your home for
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online for the latest poll numbers, debate updates and election events. >> jason: a university professor missing for a week, found dead at the bottom of a cliff. the promise of pot that lured him to that place where he died and the money plot that got him killed. that's come up this saturday. >> stephanie: plus devastating news for one of the biggest tour areas in the u.s. the warning the cdc has issued for miami beach. >> jason brewer: we're talking about the concert calendar here concert. jimmy buffet at xfinity tonight.
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four hundred million dollars. that's how much charter schools will drain from massachusetts public schools this year. four hundred million siphoned from local districts that desperately need it. four hundred million that won't fund more science and technology, arts or preschool, counseling, or smaller class sizes. four hundred million unavailable to the ninety-six percent of students who don't attend charter schools.
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>> stephanie: devastating news hits one of the biggest tour areas in the united states. zika has spread to miami beach. >> jason: florida's governor rick scott announced transmittal of the virus bringing it total up to 36 people now for the state. warning for pre don't travel to two parts of miami. >> this is ocean drive, one of the hottest tourists spots on south beach. but now miami beach is a different kind of hot spot, with unfor zika. >> we believe we have a new area where local transmissions are occurring in miami beach. >> jason: the area 1.5 square miles. it's the second part of miami, dade county, where the local transmission of the virus has been found.
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that's what we're doing with florida amiami dade county in the two zones where we've documented trans-i mission. >> jason: the high-rise buildings and the sea breeze could be a problem, when spraying for a mosquito notoriously difficult to control. >> we're going to do everything within our power to make this city safe for our residents and tourists. >> jason: most damaging to pregnant could have -- consider not travelling to my wrapmy dade county at all. >> between our efforts and the county spraying efforts the last thing i'd ever want to be at miami beach right now is a mosquito. >> stephanie: more details right now. new research shows zika could have more of an affect on adult brains than originally thought.
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virus, more research needed to see if the results translate to humans and whether that damage can cause long term affects. the zika virus is known to cause birth defects and also known to gauze gillian bar's syndrome in adults. the first of the trip on the way and how much this vacation of a lifetime set every passenger back. >> jason: also this morning, they celebrated their anniversary a couple months ago, but two weeks ago, the bride lost her wedding ring. >> i didn't notice it was missing until i got home. >> jason: the decision made
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. >> jason: new this morning, new
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warner. it involved two cars that both rolled off route 89 yesterday. investigators say 33-year-old paul bradley of dennis, massachusetts, was thrown from the vehicle. he, a female passenger and the driver of the other car were all taken to a hospital. two dogs were also involved and were coaxed out of the roadway by other drivers. the cause of the crash is still being investigated. >> stephanie: a married couple of 60 years lost one of their wedding rings. the couple attending senior day at ledge park in beverly when the bride's hands. fox 25 erica richie shows us how the decision that made decades ago helped them get it back ? when your old wedding ring ? >> i'm connected to somebody i love. ? was new ? >> reporter: that wedding ring was placed- other finger the day
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the union of she and her husband joe. little did they know that inscription would be pivotal 60 years later. two weeks to lynch park in beverly. it was senior day. >> i was so busy preoccupied, what a nice time i must have had. >> reporter: so much so, she never realized her wedding ring came off her finger. >> injury notice was missing until i got home. >> reporter: but someone at the park did. the good samaritan who found it turned it into a good he took his job to the next level to track down the owner. >> he went to the clerk's office and began going through the marriage licenses and the only information he had were the initials and the date. they found a marriage that date, 5/19/56. came up with a name, an address, happened to be in beverly, we tapped the information along to detective barrett. he was still waiting at the
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ring back. >> my life is normal again. ? when your old wedding ring ? >> that's us. ? was new ? >> reporter: erica richie, fox 25 news. >> stephanie: i just love a happy ending. all right, well a historic cruise off the coast of alaska, this crystal serenity cruise ship sailing through the arctic through the atlantic ocean using a northwest passage. the reason this is significant. this has never been done ship this big. rising temperatures have caused the sea ice to melt creating more open water during the summer months, making a trip like this possible, but still not easy. >> tricky part is cambridge bay up near victoria straight, that's where all of the ice comes down. >> reporter: how thick of ice can you go through? >> we can't. that's the whole plan. >> reporter: you need water. >> yup. we need water. >> stephanie: this isn't cheap.
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started at $20,000 and just went up from there. the rooms, 2 to 300 square feet. >> now to your local forecast from meteorologist jason brewer and the fox 25 storm tracker weather team. >> jason brewer: good saturday morning. nice blue skies greets many of us starting the day. today our southwest wind flow will pick up. midday through the afternoon. 15 to 20 miles an hour. that's going to keep the coast a cooler through the going to help the inland areas cool off a little bit more compared to yesterday. a nice saturday on tap. mostly dry throughout this weekend. but will be a slight chance of a shower to pop up inland today. that coming up. temperatures running in the lower to middle 70s. a few 60s hanging around orange and keene. nice golf temperatures today. t times by noon right around 80 degrees. at 3:00 p.m.
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worcester high today of 81 not bad fairly typical this time of the year. lower 80s around southborough. chelmsford middle 80s. closer to the coast, boston around the seaport area, upper 70s. braintree in the lower 80s as well as holliston. south forward into plymouth county. pocket of middle 80s around the water. heading out to zack brown for the evening, we're going to be okay at fenway. tomorrow late into the night, for some approaching rain. our rain chance is low today. again, west of 95 from noon to 5:00 p.m. 20% risk of a shower coming through. tomorrow, kind of the same deal. watching south and east winds carry a slight chance of rain during the day. but really going to be 11 p.m. to 6 a.m., late sunday into early monday. rain chance rises the highest. we need the rain. check out the rain fall set.
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still running an inch below normal in boston just for the month. in worcester, a couple tenths above normal. don't be fooled. we are running more than 8 inches below normal. for boston and worcester for the year. extreme drought still ongoing. here's your with the weekend always in view. middle 80s, got that low rain risk. low 60s tonight. then humidity coming down after the rain gets out of here after 8:00 on monday morning. it's going to be breezy. high temperatures in the upper 70s. and then into the night time hours is when you'll most notably feel that change. look at the 50s coming back monday and tuesday night, high temperatures on tuesday and wednesday, running 80 to 84. later in the week, slight chance of some showers by friday afternoon as our new front approaches. a very low threat at this point. as we get into the workweek, we're looking good. >> stephanie: a penn. state professor who had been missing
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cliff. this man, george ishler, who was friends of with the professor, lured him to a quarterry with the promise of marijuana and then pushed him off the ledge. the professor fell 80 feet to his death. prosecutors say ishler and a woman who had been living with the professor came up with the murder plot because the professor had just signed a will and two thought he would get money if he died. >> jason: this weekend, get ready for flying angels the marco...! polo! marco...! polo! marco...! polo! marco...! s?? polo! marco...! polo! scusa? ma io sono marco polo, ma... marco...! playing "marco polo" with marco polo? surprising. ragazzini, io sono marco polo. s?, sono qui... what's not surprising? how much money amanda and keith saved by switching to geico. ahhh... polo. marco...! polo! fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more.
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it's me! the extra crispy colonel. my extra crispy, twenty dollar fill-up feeds a family of four. it's crunchy! juicy! and oh so tasty. kfc. it's extra crispy good. >> reporter: there's a lot going on around town this
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end, with great food, people and spectacular views and look no further for your excuse to head back to the north end for this weekend ice fisher men's feast. kicks off thursday night with the blessing of the fishing waters. tomorrow crowds will gather to witness the famous flight of the angel. this is boston's oldest continuous italian festival and something everyone should get to experience. next, get creative. if you're on the cape, check out the 45th festival of the arts. this free three day event features 120 craftsman, and tradesman, food trucks kids activities and much more. a great event for the whole family in beautiful chase park in chatham. for more happening around town this weekend make sure you have the fox 25 news app in the menu click the around town section or click around town tab at fox25boston.com. wishing you a great weekend no matter what you do, i'm michele lazcano fox 25 news. >> jason: all right buddy.
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po tune times whether during. >> jason brewer: i managed to miss it. go to noontime. >> stephanie: can i say. you just blended it with the two. i honestly didn't know this happened. until he pulled it up. he got that screen grab. did you hear it. >> jason brewer: it was one of the those things, i had a tickle. i clamped it >> stephanie: you were a true pro. i couldn't tell. i really couldn't tell. >> jason put it on your facebook page and i shared it to mine. jason law, jason brewer. >> jason brewer: if you want to to have a laugh at my experience, you're more than welcome. >> jason brewer: temperatures in the low 80s. humidity creeps up a little tomorrow. slight daytime rain tomorrow.
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this batch of showers comes through. a few rumbles with it. but then next week, we really need rain but this weather looks sweet. >> jason: i was going to ask about the drought. >> more than inches below normal. extreme drought among new england. i don't see any tropical help soon and with this front coming in, that's not going to do it. >> stephanie: make the best out of this situation, and make while we have it.
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