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>> shiri: sweet little farewell trist. temperatures are considered a little bit warm. 48 in boston. 47 in boston. 48 in norwood. we are currently clear and clouds that leak in from the north and west during the morning hours. in waltham, your 6 a.m. temperature drops to 43 degrees. we do have those partly cloudy skies that last us through 8 a.m. 8 a.m. temperature, 48. back in the lower 50s by 10:00 this morning. increasing sunshine this afternoon. falling about 10 degrees shorter than those temperatures yesterday and back with a look at the weekend weather. julie grauert up with live drive time traffic. julie, take us out there. >> things looking good on route 1 from peabody to saugus to revere and chelsea. no issues on the pike, but, of course, remember work going on all the toll plazas on the pike and you will see different traffic patterns because of that and expressways looking
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avenue. single digits on the expressway. 19 minutes on 93 south as you approach the leverett connector. back to you. new hampshire becoming a big focus in the final days of the presidential race. >> gene: donald trump is in town today one day after his daughter was in the granite state. hillary clinton and one of his supporters will be campaigning in new hampshire every day between now and the election. our michael henrich is live in atkinson new hampshire where that trump raleigh will take place in a few hours pretty much a toss-up. >> reporter: polls are getting tighter and tighter, each time a new poll end up coming out. again new hampshire is looking like one of the centers of the political universe, and you should not expect that feeling to go away between now and tuesday. let's take a look at the latest polls just to see how tight this presidential race has gotten. this new poll is from suffolk university. came out just yesterday.
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race. this poll was taken entirely after fbi director comey's letter to congress last week about the clinton e-mail investigation. in the wake of that revelation, clinton saw her support drop by 2 points since suffolk's last poll, but trump's numbers did not rise. both candidates campaigned in the carolinas yesterday. >> we know hillary can't be trusted. we learned security. you look at her e-mail situation. can we trust her with our security? >> its bea who we are. it is about what we want. what we are going to do to make our mark on our country at this time in our history! >> reporter: again, the race to is looking to include new hampshire's four electoral votes. donald trump's event in atkinson starts in noon, and
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hillary clinton will campaign in manchester on sunday, and chelsea clinton will be in the state tomorrow and obama will stump for his former secretary of state at unh on monday. live in atkinson, new hampshire, michael henrich, fox25 news. melania trump hit the campaign trail laying out her vision as first lady. she would focus on combating online bullying and serve as an advocate for women and children. the first public speech since the convention. she said needs to make a change. >> our culture has gotten too mean and too rough. we have to find a better way to talk to each other, to disagree with each other, to respect each other. >> gene: this morning some are criticizing trump while she called for an end of bullying, she never addressed her husband's own remarks toward women both in his speeches and on social media. and this is the final day for early voting in massachusetts, and state
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sure to check what time the polls close in your town. towns were allowed to set their own hours and many have half days on friday. secretary of state bill galvin ask some towns to extend their hours and some have. so far more than $800,000 people have taken advantage of early voting and officials think that number could surpass $1 million. we are four days away from the election. this tuesday, stay with fox25 throughout the night. we will have complete coverage online and on air beginning at the night. now 5:04 this morning. questions loom being a person who was struck and killed by a car on 128. state police say the person was walking on the highway before being hit. fox25's jessica reyes is live in waltham this morning, and, jess, state police had to close three lanes in that spot for hours overnight. >> yeah, we actually heard from state police, and they say they opened the highway once again at 1:00 this morning just a cup
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several hours last night and we know this was a very tough scene on 128 south last night. police say that this person was hit by one car and then hit by several others as they pass by. we will have video from the scene we want to show you now and in this video, we can see one of the cars that looked to be involved with some damage to the hood there. police say this person wasn't walking on the side of the road but was actually hit in the middle lane of 128 south. there was a huge response from police. they were out here for sev re-create the accident scene, as we said three lanes of the southbound side of 128 were closed last night as we did their initial investigation for several hours here last night. so a lot of questions about what exactly led up to this. we are working with state police this morning to learn more about who this victim is and what exactly they were doing on the side of the highway here. and we did just hear back from them. one quick update that the road reopened at 1:00 this morning ands in we learned more throughout the morning, we will
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news. live in waltham, jessica reyes, fox25 news. and to dartmouth. two people are hospitalized after being struck by a car near the university of massachusetts campus. this happened just after 6:00 last night at the intersection of old westport and crossroads. police say the victims are 19 and 21-year-olds. the globe reports that both women are students at the school and working to get an update. and the driver remained on scene. police are investigating. the nalt er of a third school is facing charges but the gun did not belong to him. the 8-year-old brought the .25-caliber pistol, pulled it out of his back pack and showed it to several classmates. the boy thought it was a toy. he found the gun in a box that belonged to a relative. the relative's home had burned in a fire and the boy's family was holding on to some of their belongings. the parents of the boy's school were upset what happened.
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went down to the ground. all i could picture was the school being shot up and my grand babies in here. they are my life. >> gene: we reached out to the school but have not heard back. a killer is trying to convince the jury that he shouldn't be sentenced to die for what he did. the confession of convicted killer gary lee sampson was played in court. sampson is back in court 13 years after his death sentence was thrown out in a technicality. his attorneys are trying to connect brain injury. the government said the confession shows how calculated he was. >> i reached around and stabbed him in the heart, in the lungs, in the chest, in the throat. i slit his throat. why? i do not know. >> sara: sampson was convicted back in 2003 of killing phillip
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eli whitney. once testimony is done, the jury will decide whether to sentence sampson to death. the mother of a u.s. amherst who died in a heroin overdose is suing the school saying they did not help her son find treatment for the addiction. police asked him to be an informant and take down dealers in 2013, he was found dead following an overdose. the mother told her about his addiction, his death could have been prevented. to fight back against sexual harassment to keep riders safe. teamed up with the rape crisis center and other groups. hundreds of signs have been posted and postcards handed out to help raise awareness. their goal is to improve passenger safety and encourage victims and riders to report incidents. >> one person victimized is one too many. many survivors of these assaults.hesitate to come
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their privacy, of being blamed, of not being believed. dpeenz gene-o the campaign launched yesterday and will run through february. a rookie police officer accused of texting behind the wheel right before a crash rallied patrolman robert adams on paid administrative leave this morning. the chief said that adams was off-duty and texting and driving when he hit a parked car and took off in lynn. adams ended up stopping a officer what happened. his sister had an explanation. >> i think he was in shock too. when you are in a car accident, you need to get your bearings and stuff. it was blown out of proportion, the whole thing. so, i mean, he didn't really do anything wrong. >> adams wasn't home when we stopped by. he was cited for leaving the scene of an accident and texting while driving and will have to appear in front of a judge. a plan for delays and detours as you travel route 128. mass d.o.t. will close part of
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highland avenue bridge. here is you what need to know about the project happening on exit 19 starting tonight at 8:00, northbound said of the highway will be closed. a span of three hours tomorrow evening, both sides are going to be shut down when the sun starts. then starting at 6 tomorrow night, the southbound side will be closed. take it slow. look for detours. mass d.o.t. says the project should wrap up by sunday afternoon. >> julie: ah, yes. so much fun to look forward to there. good morning, everyone. on the expressway, watching single digits. 9 minutes were the braintree split to the exit to the pike. shiri. looking at the morning commute. temperatures generally running in the 40s. a few clouds out there. bright and breezy sending you home from work. temperatures only in the 50s. i have got cooler conditions for the weekend and will take a complete look coming up in about 10. 5:10 this morning. a young woman missing for months found alive chained up like a dog inside a metal storage container.
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police right to her and the other disturbing discovery that have police concerned they might have a serial killer on their hands. new health research that is being called a game changer for kids who play football. >> to destroy your brain in a way we haven't seen yet. every time a new charter opens, it takes money away from the regular public schools from students like mine.
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ans we'll lose even more. we've got to stop taking from the 96 percent of kids who don't attend a charter school. if you believe every child deserves a great public
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what's kelly ayotte costing you? you're paying more for prescription medicines. kelly ayotte blocked lower cost generic drugs. you're paying high interest rates on college loans.
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and you're paying higher bank fees while ayotte voted for special breaks to wall street executives. kelly ayotte. she's siding with corporate special interests and that's costing you. she's not working for new hampshire. 5:14 this morning. months after a former patriots player passed away, experts are linking his death to his years of playing football. all stems from playing research at bu that some are calling a game changer. fox25's daniel miller joins us. and doctors say this goes all the way back to when he started playing football at just five years old. >> yeah, gene. kevin turner was a ter yo typical fullback that lowered his head and ran people over. he played for the patriots for three seasons and died earlier
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initially thought was als. turnerer donated his brain to the bu medical team and they determined that his death was not brought by als but rather the result of repeated head trauma from years of playing football. >> the question is is this really als or cte? >> reporter: different by that question, researchers at boston university's cte center and the va boston health care system dime a dramatic conclusion. >> the cells that run with spinal cord they were destroyed in his brain by cte. this is what the brain of a 60-year-old should look like, and this is kevin's brain at 46. >> reporter: findings unveiled led to moments of palpable emotions as they were detailed. >> this is raymond and myra turner. >> reporter: ray monld and myra turn remember still dealing with the premature loss of their son, reflecting on the life choice that dramatically
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and you hit with your head. that's where you play football. >> kevin turner's case showed if you start at 5 years old and you are successful and 25 years, with it can destroy your brain in a way that we haven't seen yet. >> reporter: the answer to minimizing this problem from the researcher's point of view is straightforward. >> i think the nfl has got out to of the game of promoting and recruiting and marketing 5-year-olds to this game. we have seen there is no safe y brain still developing. >> daniel: clearest indication that cte can cause the motor neuron disease that shows up in patients. kevb turner was the lead plaintiff in a concussion lawsuit against the nfl. not so much about the money then educating the public of the danger of playing tackle football too early. in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 news. a newly discovered viral
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people were affected with ebola in africa. researchers at umass medical school learned this mutation sits at the top of the virus making it easier for the disease to enter human cells. they were looking at a protein found in hiv when they discovered a similar type of protein in the most dominant form of the ebola virus. the outbreak affected more than 28,000 people in west africa. good morning, everyone, 5:16. we track traffic and weather every ten minutes. a lot of green on my approaching the pike. expressway seeing a little bit of slowing right around granite ave because of a overnight work crew. a little bit late clearing out. north of the pike route 1, 93 south moving along fine. zakim bridge wide open. live drive times, 23 minutes on pike eastbound from 49 to mass avenue. nine minutes on the expressway. 22 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear
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that those warmer temperatures the last few days are achanging. >> shiri: they are going ba-bye here. below average temperatures into the weekend. today ahead of the cooler temperatures, gusts 20 to 30 miles per hour. we fall back on sunday morning and we are gaining an extra hour of sleep and sun is going down around 4:30. 48 degrees right now in boston. 47 in lawrence. 45 in norwood. you are dressing for the 40s early on today. hour-by-hour forecast in the city of norwood and i have got temperatures here in the 40s through 9 a.m. and also some early morning clouds. not overcast. just a little bit of cloud cover that will be moving on through. at 11 a.m., 53 degrees. we head into the mid- to upper 50s as we brighten right back up but, again, we incorporate that wind for the late morning and the afternoon part of your forecast. 54 in boston and ipswich all the way to portsmouth, new
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degrees. norwood, 57. the lucky spot new bedford at 59 degrees. yesterday it came close to 70 there. just by comparison ten degrees cooler. and cool air into the weekend because temperatures tomorrow, lower 50s in boston and beverly and nashua, new hampshire even down to plymouth. a cup of upper 40s for high temperatures. break down with the plan around because we have a little bit of cloud cover around this mor increasing afternoon sun and wind here keeping things nice and quiet for your friday night plan. i got flurries and drizzle possible tomorrow morning. i just want to point out it is incredibly patchy out there. i want to say about 90% of you will stay dry and temperature in free here. i want you to be aware of it. what you tap into mostly tomorrow will be partly cloudy skies. into sunday, clouds along the coast here. perhaps drizzle within those clouds and inland, it just gets brighter and brighter as you go
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weekend always in view have partly cloudy conditions both days over the weekend with highs in the lower 50s. 54 with sunshine monday and tuesday. by wednesday, we are tracking the next risk of rain. back over to you, guys. frightening new accusations against a local university. coming up, why one student says northeastern isn't doing enough to protect victims of sexual assault. a police officer's quick thinking helped save a wom most banks are all the same... capital one isn't most banks. ?? it's a relaxed place with helpful people focused on you, not trying to sell you things you don't want. and free checking accounts that are actually free.
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and an unbelievable story out of south carolina where a missing woman was found a you life. she was chained up li since august. kayla brown was discovered on property in wood rough, north carolina in the person part of the state. they were responding from a tip from a neighbor who heard banging coming from the container. police are relieved she is okay. >> this is stuff you see in the movies, there is no question about it. i can't say enough about how great the investigators are and how good god has been to us for letting us find in lady alive.
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he is a registered is, offender and has been arrested with kayla's abduction. she was reported missing along with her boyfriend who is still missing. kayla told police as many as four body mace have been burned on the property. more details on that suspect's background. online web sites show thated that the 27-year-old is a real estate agent with several degrees and several properties including a brick house which crime scene. but court documents reveal a darker past at 15 years old. he was charged with kidnapping and sexually assaulting a girl who was 14 years old. an oklahoma police officer's quick thinking helped save a woman's life right on the side of the road. >> what do you got going on. >> officer jordan jones can be seen quickly jumping out of his patrol car and helping tina costello's husband bring her outside.
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able to get her breathing again before rush to the hospital. costello's heart attack was so severe she only had a 10% chance of surviving. >> the first time i ever truly saved somebody's life. from the lord, right place, right time and knowing how this respond. >> reporter: costello's husband said she is expected to make a full recovery. bruin are back home winners of three in a row. beat in a shootout that required a lot of patience. bruins twice squawnlders a two-goal lead with the lightning coming back to tie the game at 3. then after a score willing overtime, off to a shootout that went ten rounds. the game winner to the glove side. bruins win it 4-3. back home against the rangers. and in cleveland finding themselves a bit shorthanded. no crowder or olenick.
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and made a comeback helping the celtics get within five. the green can't close the gap losing to the cavs 128-122. will be back home to take on the nuggets on sunday. and yesterday we had highs in the 60s in boston and worcester, bedford and marshfield. today it is back to normal in the 50s. i will show you how much colder it gets for the weekend. people living in one local town dealing with dark water coming out of their faucets, they say it has been 457g for years. what is in that water and why the town says it is taking so
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joanne: she's not fooling me. britt: kelly ayotte sides with the special interests. vivian: now, she's even playing politic games with medicare. vo: kelly ayotte voted to cut medicare and cost seniors up to $1,700 more for prescriptions... while protecting tax breaks for the wall street banks and big oil companies that fund her campaign. fred: kelly ayotte sold us out. britt: with kelly ayotte, it's all politics. joanne: she's not looking out for new hampshire anymore. for the content of this advertising. every time a new charter opens, it takes money away from the regular public schools from students like mine. massachusetts schools already lose 400 million a year to charters and question two means we'll lose even more. we've got to stop taking from the 96 percent of kids who don't attend a charter school.
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education, vote no on question two. kate: my mom and i love shooting hoops. but you know what - she could still learn a few things from me - just like i've learned a lot from her. mom helps with homework... she helped dad start his business... and she even fought to put bad guys in jail. now, mom helps make laws that help people - especially when they need it most. i'm really proud of her. and she's taught me that with hard work - i can do... anything. kate: and i'm kate. kelly & kate: and we approved this message. complete new england news coverage continues right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> reporter: both major party presidential candidates making new hampshire a priority
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up here in the granite state. the harvard men's soccer team suspended for rating female players based on their looks. and the university's president says this was not an isolated incident. people living in one local community say they are plagued with dirty water. >> i can't give them baths. they have to brush their teeth with bottled water. i can't -- i can't wash up the town from building a new water treatment facility. >> gene: good morning, 5:30 on this friday morning. november 4. hope your morning is you off to a great start. >> thank you for joining us. back to november-like temperatures today. we check if, in with meteorologist shiri spear. band 10 degrees cooler right now than it was yesterday at this time. >> shiri: yeah, cooler in the afternoon as well. starting off with mostly clear skies in eastern mass and new hampshire allowing temperatures to drop. this batch of clouds will be
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skies to get knew work today. 48 degrees right now in boston. down to 39 in nashua, a new hampshire. 39 in norwood and 52 in hyannis. quite the range from the 30s to the 50s. right out to boston. 47 degrees at 7 a.m. we have just a little bit of cloud cover i was mentioning. noon time looking mostly sunny at 53 degrees. sunshine and wind. at 3 p.m., 54. that's where we go some gusts 20 to 30 miles per hour stop forecast and take you right into the weekend coming up in about 10. julie grauert is back with live drive time traffic and a look at the expressway. >> reporter: right around the corner an start on the expressway where things are moving along nicely. i don't expect them to slow down for another hour or so. 5:30. if you were headed out the door, i think you will miss the majority of that. and if anything happens or changes, i will be the first to let you know.
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the detour is in place at the toll plazas while the construction continues. route 1, 93 south looking good. live drive times. ten minutes on the expressway. 20 minutes on 93 south as you approach the zakim bridge. 11 minutes on 128 northbound from westwood to the weston tolls. back to you. counting down to election day and the big name people in new hampshire. >> gene: a very contentious senate race in new hampshire as we fox25's michael henrich live in atkinson, new hampshire with the new polls showing how tight these races really are. >> they are getting tighter and tighter and it is going to be really interesting to see how things shake out on tuesday. with that said, donald trump will be here behind me in atkinson in a raleigh that starts at noon and he is coming back to the granite state on the heels of some good news for his campaign.
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and hillary clinton now a statistical tie in the latest polls. once one of them gets elected they will have to work with congress and new hampshire could also tip the scales in the bass of power when it comes to the senate. a look at the polls in the hotly contested senate race. the umass lowell polls just released yesterday show it is essentially a statistical tie with this race as well because it is a error. trailing maggie hassan by a single point. the latest suffolk university poll also out yesterday show ayotte with a two-point lead, 44% support to hassan's 42%. very, very close. and that also, of course, describes the presidential race here in the granite state with
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polls between trump and clinton. trump will be here later today. he will be in manchester on monday, and hillary clinton will be in manchester on sunday with you president obama making a bush in the granite state at unh. live in new hampshire, michael henrich, fox25 news. we are four days away from election day. this tuesday, stay with fox25 throughout the night. we have complete coverage online and on air starting at 4 p.m. along-terming accusations against northeastern university. a new lawsuit. morgan hell ofman is a northeastern student. the 21-year-old from new jersey says she was rape by a classmate after a party in 2013, and according to the lawsuit, she reported what happened to campus police, but other student was not prosecuted. he was also not expel the from school and was allowed to deep living in the same dorm as helfman.
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investigation made her feel victimized again >> the questions they asked knee were completely inappropriate and thinking about it now, i can't believe that other people have got to go through this as well. >> reporter: the lawsuit also claims that northeastern misrepresents the number of sexual assaults on campus and fails to follow state and federal laws about reporting crimes. northeastern said they can't comment because they have not been served a complaint. and does say that student safety is a school's priority. on any vim investigation related to this case. a new report showing how much taxpayer money to political vips over the fourth of the july weekend. the state comptroller's office show the party by the department of conservation and recreation managers used 2500 of taxpayer cash for items like golf cart and event planning. the agency originally claimed
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the report also revealed the department of corrections staff set up the vip area for the private party's guest. former dcr deputy commissioner matthew fiske resigned after the scandal first surfaced. a dcr spokesman said the agency worked with the comptroller's office in the latest review and the two managers who threw the authorized party have paid back the $2500. a big shake-up in the sneaker world. reebok is moving world headquarters from canton after 16 years in canton, moving to an undisclosed location in the city since next april. converse and new balance are made similar moves. marty walsh cause the latest edition a big win for the city. >> excited about reebok coming in. i had a conversation with them a few days ago and excited about the potential opportunity coming into the city of boston. about 950 employees at the cantons. reebok said 350 of those are
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of the rest half will transfer out of state and the other half expected to lose their jobs. well, the world series mvp scored some big points with his neighbors. coming up. the chat that turned into an impromptu autograph session the chat that turned into an impromptu autograph session that lasted for hours. massachusetts' newspapers rarely agree, but they do on question 2. they agree opponents have run a "campaign of misinformation" to spread "fear through white, affluent neighborhoods." they agree in the suburbs question 2 will have and their children." they agree it will provide vital "choices for urban parents" and help reduce "the achievement gap." question 2 is "a kid's civil right." join leading newspapers and governor baker in voting yes on 2. what's kelly ayotte costing you? you're paying more for prescription medicines. and governor baker kelly ayotte blocked lower cost generic drugs. you're paying high interest rates on college loans.
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ted for special breaks to wall street executives. kelly ayotte. she's siding with corporate special interests and that's costing you. she's not working for new hampshire. every time a new charter opens, it takes money away from the regular public schools from students like mine. massachusetts schools already lose 400 million a year to charters and question two means we'll lose even more. we've got to stop taking from the 96 percent of kids who don't attend a charter school. if you believe every child deserves a great public education, vote no on question two. putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof.
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you can do anything. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. uh... i can't say that either. alright, good. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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and do it every ten minutes. >> sara: yes we do. julie is back and things are looking good. >> i may not be sounding as good but things are looking good on the expressway. 5:39. about an hour before things start to slow down. 12-minute ride from the braintree split to the exit to the pike. shiri keeping an eye on the bus stop temperatures and a little cooler. >> shiri: a little cooler and keep it away from freezing so you can continue to improve. 45 degrees. i don't have many clouds at this point but do expect to see more pop-up through the morning hours. at 7 a.m., i have 42 degrees with partly cloudy skies. i will show you how windy and bright and cool it is going to get. and for the weekend coming up in 10. gene. cvs announced cutting 650 jobs and 250 of those positions are in rhode island. the woonsocket-based company is working with the department of labor and training to find work
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possible that many of the worker also be able to find new positions at cvs. the pharmaceutical chain plans to add people to other departments. more than a dozen children got the swine flu after being near pigs in state fairs. 18 people, 16 of those children came down with a new type of flu never before seen in humans. they all visited pig barns at fairs in michigan and ohio. everyone is fully recovered, they urge fairgoers to wash annual flu shots. an annual tradition and a sign of the season has arrived in boston. ? ?. >> reporter: those are the carrollers at faneuil hall. singing as the christmas tree arrived. the norwegian spruce is 85 feet tall and decorated with more than 30,000 lights. the tree will go up in a little more than two weeks. hard to believe we are talking about christmas.
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>> bring it on.put the tree up on labor day and let's move on from there. >> sara: there you go. might as well. doctors are calling him a miracle baby. >> gene: coming up. one child's incredible journey vo: ending funding for planned parenthood. taking away our right to choose. restricting our health care choices. this is senator kelly ayotte's record.
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and she supports overturning roe v. wade. woman 1: kelly ayotte says she's for women. but it's just an act. woman 2: voters definitely cannot trust kelly ayotte. vo: senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. every time a new charter opens, it takes money away from the regular public schools from students like mine. massachusetts schools already lose 400 million a year to charters and question two means we'll lose even more. we've got to stop taking from the 96 percent of kids who don't attend a charter school. if you believe every child deserves a great public
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right now it is 5:44. a live look at the city of boston and the zakim bridge. it is 48 in cambridge, 47 in lawrence and 45 in norwood. shiri tracking a big cooldown for the weekend. how cool will it get in your town and flurries coming up in
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day and new hampshire a big factor in the race for the white house. looking live atkinson, new hampshire where donald trump will be. not the only one pushing for votes. president obama, chelsea clinton, some of the people visiting grant knit state. state police investigating a person killed on 128 late last night in waltham. investigators say that person was walking in one of the southbound lanes when they were truck. down while police investigated. looking live, the road is back open in time for the morning commute. our jessica reyes is in contact with state police and will bring us an update as soon as we get it, sara. harvard university has suspended the men's soccer team for the rest of the season all over a so-called scouting report that rated the players on the women's team base and their looks. catherine parrotta is live from harvard. the school's president says
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this is not a one-time incident. >> that's why they are taking this so seriously and. the team had another game they were supposed to play against columbia saturday. if they had won that game they would have been headed to the naacp tournament and that is not going to be happening and the president said because they take this behavior seriously. this decision was made to cancel the rest of the season after allegations surfaced about the men's soccer team. the men were rating female soccer players based on their look last month that the accusations started with the 2012 team, but fox25 learned the ranking systems were have tradition and continued. they reacted to the suspension. >> embarrassing for the college as a whole. with the values that the college really tries to exempt fly. >> reporter: in a state to fox25, harvard's president said i was deeply distressed to learn that the appalling
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individuals and harvard said it would be educating student athletes on the campus especially those on the men's soccer team. again their season has now ended. live at harvard university, catherine parrotta, fox25 morning news. well, tom brady making history on the patriots bye week named the afc offensive player of the month in october. pretty amazing considering he was us is spemed all of september. the ninth time that bradenton earned that honor. named player of led patriots to 4-0 record as a starter throwing for more than 1300 yards with 12 touchdowns, no interceptions last month. red sox starting to put together their roster for next season. sox announced picking up 13.5 million on pimper clay buchholz. buchholz' season was up and down last year and he pitched well down the stretch. picking up the option for david ortiz just in case retirement doesn't pan out for big papi.
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win. the parade at 10:00. the mvp from the series made himself the most valuable neighbor. second baseman ben sfwlo pwris lives two miles from wrigley field. spent hours signing autographs and talking to fans and it all started when he was talking to one of his neighbors holding on to his baby and then people started coming up and asking him for autographs. >> we just won the world series. of course i will sign your autograph. i wi long for everybody and hopefully get everybody at some point. god bless y'all and thank you so much. >> gene: now there is a guy that gets it. way to go ben zobrist. >> sara: a good guy. all those people -- all those kids appreciate it so much land never forget. >> gene: good work by ben zobrist. that's why they love their cubbies. >> sara: that is exactly right. we love shiri, but we don't love the cooler temperatures so much.
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been talking about this early morning sunset. not loving it easternly. >> gene: who is at 4:30. now 4:32. >> shiri: so everything today is kind of an hour ahead of us because we haven't changed the clocks yet, but on sunday -- before you go to bed on saturday, you change the clocks back and an extra hour of sleep, but means that the sun comes up at 6:24. sunset at 4:31. that sunset is really early. close eye on this front. that front will come through and bring a cup of clouds our way this morning and i have got partly sunny conditions this morning. not overcast and tossing in a couple of clouds mixing them in at 10 a.m. after that the afternoon brightens up. the only spot for lingering clouds end up being the mid- to upper cape. temperature-wise today not the 60s like yesterday. temperatures that will be in the 50s. 54 in boston, lowell and lawrence. 55 in westborough to 50 in
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norwood at 57. same in bridgewater. mid-50s over the cape and islands as well. 58 on the vineyard and 59 in new bedford. new bedford got up to 70 degrees and the cool down that we have today you. gets chillier over the weekend. partly cloudy skies. slight risk for a little drizzle or a temperature in. the best that will actually be in some of the higher elevations like the worcester hills or the brookshires or the mananocks. keeping shower and temperature in chances very slight on both days over the weekend and winds coming in off the water and you will find more clouds along the coastline and where you have the best shot of seeing a stray sprinkle. the further west you go, the brighter it will get. we are in store for a see sent and chilly weather. -- decent and chilly weather. 50s both days on the cape. the seven-day forecast with the
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of chilly early next week. wake-up temperatures near freezing on monday morning. we will get up to about 54 degrees with sunshine. nice and bright on tuesday and the next chance showers is actually going to roll in on wednesday morning. julie grauert up now live drive time traffic this morning and how is it looking julie. >> julie: very nice on route 3. bright green traffic flow past 28 and route 18 to the braintree split. 24, 95 are clear. expressway starting to see a the naponset area as ge from green over to orange and volume increasing just slightly approaching the gas tank. live drive times. 10 minutes on route 3 from 228 to the braintree split. 14 minutes on 24. 2 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to columbia road. back to you. this morning, a woman who survived this week's deadly multibus crash in maryland is
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i woke up on the floor. >> sara: michelle kennedy said the only reason she was on the bus in baltimore tuesday is because she overslept. normally she takes a much earlier bus. the 32-year-old broke her jaw and suffered multiple cuts. six people were killed and another ten were hurt in the crash. new video from italian fire fighters show the extensive damage to historic buildings from this past weekend's powerful earthquake. the 6.2-magnitude earthquake destroyed city landmarks that stood for hundred s of years. fire fighters are struggling to save what is left of the historic buildings. samsung is facing the first class-action lawsuit over smartphones that have not been recalled. the california law firm that claims their phones caught on fire. the galaxy note 5 and s and s 7
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note 7 which was recalled earlier this year. one customer says his phone overheats often and terrified that it will burst into flames. >> i feel uneasy, anxious. it forces me -- because i don't want something to go hay wire to take it off of the stand and tut it in front of the air conditioning unit of my car. >> they want to recall all three models and reimburse customers. an entire town turning on their fauc to drink. neighbors tell us a problem they have been dealing with on and off for nearly a decade. fox25's daniel miller joins us with the problem and the bush to get -- and the push to get this fixed. >> reporter: so full of iron and magna knees that -- mange ga knees. and it comes through the toilet. she is the mom of two kids and a wife of a fox25 employee who alerted us of the problem. they are fed up because they
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the problem is so bad that the water department has to come to people's thoms flush the nearby hydrants too clean out the gunk. >> i can't give them baths. brush their teeth with bottled water. i can't wash laundry. >> no real solution. the town has no water treatment facility. the department of environmental protection mandates that the town flushes twice a year for safety and these days happening once a week. is to have a water treatment plant and the site planned for the facility may have connections to the wampanoag indian tribe so it first has to pass inspection which is scheduled for next tuesday. now if that site passes inspection, then groundbreaking will happen in the spring of next year and then another 18 months before it is in operation. in the newsroom, i am daniel miller, fox25 news. a new hampshire couple's battle with the u.s. army reserve is over and they won. we told with you captain shane
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heart attack doing push-ups at fort devens. the army ruled that the heart attack was not in the line of duty and refused to pay their medical bills. now concerned that the decision has been reversed. >> in the past year we have been living under the cloud and all of a sudden it feels like we are free. >> captain morgan says his medical bills total $1,000. it the army will pay all of it including out expenses not covered by his private insurance. now when no one showed up to the birthday party of a 9-year-old boy, a local author reaped out to make him feel special. oregon's boy was home schooled until the age of 8 so when he enrolled in cool he wanted a birthday party with his friends with the book "diary of a wimpy kid" these pictures tell it all and when his mom posted it to
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and jeff kinney gave him the very first copy of the new book as a special present. >> he had the book two or three days and i heard he really guarded it with his life. you have to keep this secret. you can't tell anybody. he had it to enjoy before anybody else did. >> well, it didn't end there. kinney gave him a virtual tour of the studio and the two now call each other friends. now 5:56 this morning. a bus driver safes the day after a student takes a spill on the way to school. the touching gesture that is gaining praise all over the the touching gesture that is gaining praise all over the country. hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to
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6:00 on this friday morning. it is november 4. we do appreciate you being with us this morning. i am gene lavanchy. >> sara: i am sara underwood. gay suburban to the warm weather. things will be chilly for the weekend. meteorologist shiri spear is in the fox25 storm tracker weather center with a dropping temperature, shiri. >> shiri: today is back to normal. it will feel like november. over the weekend will feel even colder than that and clear skies in boston at 48 degrees. 46 in lawrence. lower 40s in norwood. 40 degrees in nashua, new hampshire. we have cloud but waltham, one of those spots that we are going to see mostly clear skies and the warm-up pans out like this. 8 a.m. 45 degrees and by 10:00 this morning, we are in the lower 50s. we don't go too much high they are afternoon and we have got sunshine and wind. we have got mid-50s which is pretty normal for this time of year. on top of the cooler weekend temperatures. weather and traffic he ten minutes. we are back in just a few.


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