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j tell us more about it. >> shiri: 30s on map and the warm-up on the way. 38 in boston. 38 in up slip. 38 in sharon. 50s from fitchburg, to maynard and new hampshire. temperatures a little bit milder and plus conditions are a little cloudier over the south shore and the cape and tapping some 40s right now. not just a little cloudier and windier here. tracking winds gusting between 25 and 35 miles per hour. over t easy going morning for you and it is calm. mostly clear with a few early morning clouds. temperatures in the early 30s. 47 at noontime. 3 p.m. still seeing things in the upper 40s. a cooler day ahead. i will show you some towns and cities where we get back into the 50s today, 60s tomorrow. that is coming up. i will be back in 10. julie is back with live drive time traffic. >> julie: i want to remind
in worcester. that closure will go g into effect at 9 p.m. tonight and until 5:00 tomorrow morning. pike moving wine from 128 to the alston-brighton area. route 1 and 93 south looking good. we are -- live drive time on 93 south. 19 minutes from 495 to the zakim bridge. it is 4:31 and following breaking news, janet reno has died, the general. she died from complications of parkinson's. she was one of the clintoned a m's most recognizable figures. in 1993 played a central role in the end of the waco standoff and in 2005 the seizure of elian gonzalez from his home so he could returned to his home in cuba with his father. she was 47 years old. an investigation is under way after a crash sent the car
catherine parrotta is live in cambridge. catherine, amazingly, no one was you were in the this. >> reporter: the scene has been cleared. one person was taken to the hospital but their injuries do appear to be minor. that is a bit of good news. show you this video of the scene from overnight. and take a look at this. the crash happened right around 1:00 this morning and so and officials tell us two cars were crashed. a suv and a car and the car ended up in the charles river off you have memorial drive in cambridge by the way. the vehicle before the vehicle made it into the water. fire fighters say they were able to take their time to carefully retrieve that with divers. at the time we don't know what caused the crash. we were able to speak with fire officials on the scene and you can hear from the deputy chief in a half hour. for now i am live in cambridge, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. the school of the museum of fine arts made quick work to paint over this anti-trump
the message spray painted along the street building. you can see it reads kill your local trump supporter. they are investigating the message as a threat. mayor marty walsh told the herald would rather people share their political opinions by getting out to vote. we are one day out from election day and both candidates are making a final push for voter support. taking campaign to multiple swing states while president obama stumps fox25's christine mccarthy gives us a look at that event. >> i just know in my heart of hearts in two days from now, new hampshire is going to lead the way to make america great again. [cheering] >> reporter: introducing the indiana governor was former new
who expressed disgust in fbi director's james comey's decision to clear clinton again, take nothing new action in the e-mail scandal. >> it doesn't help the clinton campaign. it helps the trump campaign. increases the level of enthusiasm to see that they have got to overcome that level of democrat corruption. >> reporter: following pence's visit will be the republican nominee himself donald trump in new hampshire. >> i, for one, believe that when we will be a big surprise. >> reporter: pence rally are optimistic more trump supporters than the tight polls indicate. >> a lot of people who are anxious saying they support donald because he has been so smeared with all these really quite ridiculous false phony claims that he is a racist. >> i know many people that don't want to talk about it, because it is too much of an argument. people get condemned.
>> daniel: a lot of disgust in the republican camp of the fbi's decision to clear hillary clinton. director james comey said that clinton will not be criminally charged from the e-mails they pulled from her top aide else computer. she was likely thinking of the big news but did not mention it at a rally in manchester. instead she and her supporters focused on tomorrow and beating donald trump. brought out the top power for the event. james taylor took the stage with local musical entertainment. star father kazir khan who went head to head with trump on ban on muslims. and they want to make sure everybody has a way to get to the polls. zip car has offered up 7,000 vehicles for free on election day in 100 -- hundreds of cities around the country. total of 500 cities including boston are getting the offer. the. it applies to the hourly rate, not the other fees associated
>> julie: stay with fox25 now through election night. results of all the big races including heading to the clinton and trump headquarters in new york city. our special coverage begins with our 4 p.m. news cast and continues throughout the night. this morning the cause of a deadly crash in westport remains under investigation. this car rolled over near exit 10 near 195 around 3 a.m. the story was breaking yesterday morning on fox25 morning news. now we are learning a 25-year-old new bedford woman was thrown from the car and south coast today identifies her as cassandra camacho, the mother of a 4-year-old boy. five other people riding the car were hurt. police are still investigating the cause of the crash. we should mention this is the second deadliest crash in that area since september. at least four people were rushed to the hospital after this bad crash in roxbury. you can see five cars damaged at the intersection of washington and walnut park. it happened just after midnight.
no word yet on the cause of the crash. boost police are working to track down the person responsible for shooting a man in dorchester. it happened on amazing street. man was found shot to death inside his car on saturday morning. police say this may be a gang-related shooting. the victim's name has not been released but tell fox25 may have been in the mid-20s. hoping that someone recognize this is car that may be connected to another deadly shooting. a man was killed near zigler and dearborn street in last month. it was a newer model nissan ultima. they are talking to witnesses to figure out the cause of a deadly fire. the story was breaking during our 9 a.m. newscast. a house on george street in roxbury went up in flames. one man was killed and another hospitalized. one neighbor tell fox25 that he ran to help after spotting the man running from the burning house. >> he was gasping for air and his face was in black smoke.
and as soon as they got him down to the sidewalk, a motorcycle cop came in and he peeled his clothes off and while we went and started rapping on all the doors. >> reporter: boston fire says the house was known as a popular spot for squatters. no word on the name of the man who died on the condition of the man who was hurt. the globe troops there the fire caused $350,000 in damage and damaged the siding on the house next door. a cruelty charges for shooting a neighbor's dog. it happened in mason new hampshire over the border from town send mass. told police that he shot the dog because it was running and parking at him. and the dog's owner said the dog was on you his own property at the time. dog is recovering. police in new hampshire continue to hunt for an inmate who walked away from a traditional housing nutrient manchester. thomas ramirez was supposed to
and never showed up. he is serving time for criminal threatening and supposed to be eligible for parole in january. once he is caught, he is now facing up to another seven years in prison. fox25 did some quick digging into our archives and found at least seven inmates including ramirez have walked out of the same facility since last year. coming off a tough might. the celtics couldn't pull it together to beat the denver nuggets. offense wasn't thero defense was. denver's player had something to do with that. 30 points for the 20-year-old. isaiah thomas squeeze in many of his own. the celtics lose. they head to washington to play the bruins wednesday night. the bs face off against the buffalo sabres. puck drops at 7 p.m. we track traffic and weather every ten minutes. right now your drive time on
nine minutes from the braintree split to the exit to the pike. highs in the upper 40s to lower 50s. cool and mostly sunny. a little bit different for southeastern mass with a few more clouds around. we will take you through hour by hour coming up next. donald trump is looking to bring in more support by re
for all you friendsgiving hosts, invite who you want, not who you must. serve a turkey, don't serve a turkey. bring classic flaky crescent rolls, or not so classic pizza sticks. and don't forget something sweet, and golden brown fresh from the oven. set the table, set the coffee table, set no table at all. is make it your own.
well, we told you on friday the tree also a arrived at quincy market. if you take a little bit closer look, you will notice a few brown spots. not too surprising with the ongoing drought we have been experiencing. fox25's look at the impact it could have on the christmas tree industry. >> reporter: you can check the computer or check with terry. >> since the 21st of september, we have had about 4.5 inches. it has really brought our -- 4.6 inches. it has brought out trees out of the danger zone. >> reporter: their farms have been around since the 1850s first raising cattle, then dairy. >> every generation sort of reinvented. >> reporter: why terry's dad went to forest and christmas trees and they are in the spotlight after a year of sunlight, not spotlight and not
diversified. >> reporter: jamie, generation number 6. showing 200 acres of christmas tree, ironically in a little rainshower. their focus is on the new crop. >> most of our concern this year was on the little trees that we transplanted that didn't have the established root system. >> reporter: that need the rain more now and for the next few years until they are ready to sell. it is because of that for now the drought has not crippled the christmas tree business. >> potentially six to eit there could potentially be a slightly smaller amount of trees out there to cut. it is more of a future type thing. >> reporter: in the meantime, they irrigate 200 acres of trees at a costly price and incorporate trees like the colorado blue spruce which are used to thrive under less water and mulch helps. >> minimizing expect he tition. weeds and grasses need water to
>> reporter: to keep one of six generations on the farm thriving long with the drought affecting the state. chris flanagan, fox25 news. transportation official are shining a light on their crew members that are not seen on the road. the mass dot dive team work on the roads from under water. they perform 400 dives inspecting bridges and making repairs. mass d.o.t. say the divers are there to make sure every part of the bridge is safe. >> this is really a very special g experts both in diving and in bridge inspection. >> daniel: the divers work on bridges on state highways and working to expand the program. mass dot has started a grant program to pay for bridge repairs in smaller towns. the demolition of the toll plaza along the mass pike continues ahead of schedule. construction ahead of schedule. that's great.
weeks ahead. the state expects the bulk of the work to wrap upwards in the next two weeks. we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes and want to remind you work done on 290 westbound in worcester overnight. 290 pbd close at 9 p.m. a.m. and reopen at 9 a.m. route 1, 93 south moving along right now just fine. pike wide open. if you head from 495 to 128. and no complaints about the expressway. here are those l here are those live drive times. 13 minutes from 128 to the tobin. 19 minute on 93 south. 22 minutes on 128 southbound from peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now with the forecast. i have to say our weekend was fantastic. >> shiri: you like it. >> daniel: with the daylight saving time change. enjoyable. >> shiri: eastern mass saw a little rain and a little snow mixing together. nothing accumulated. pretty easy going.
and an easy day where you do need to know your wind chill is down to 30 in boston. honestly feel like it is freezing if you catch that breeze. mostly sunny skies in the city. 6 a.m., 38 degrees. 40s on the map. 10 a.m., 44. and then this afternoon we peak in the boston area in the upper 40s. notice we do have more clouds that are being directed into the cape and islands. some of these will sneak into southeastern massachusetts from time area under the influence of this little bubble of high pressure is going to stay nice and clear and honestly the temps and cities that see morning cloud cover will likely brighten up this afternoon. 7 a.m. temperatures take a peek at the map. we have some cape clouds here. cape is starting the 40s, so is the south shore and down to 33 in bedford. 35 in nashua, new hampshire at 7 a.m. temperatures will hit rock bottom between 6 and 7:00 this morning but the warm-up will be
still south of boston tapping into a little bit of cloud cover, but to the north and west of the city you will be golden. nice and sunny. 5 p.m., sun is down, my friends. it is going to be dark here. temperatures are responding by dropping back into the middle 40s for the drive home from work. this afternoon the high temperature guess up to 49 degrees in boston and quincy. 51 for lowell, framingham. worcester at 47 degrees. milford and nashua, new hampshire both at 50. a 50 and upper 50s in brockton, plymouth and bridgewater and 50 degrees for the cape and islands. as you know that increased cloud cover for you folks through about the early afternoon. tonight remember going to drop things back into the 20s and 30s. a chilly start to the day tomorrow. but the warm-up will be a great one. temperatures that will rise back into the low and the mid-60s tomorrow. my hot spot right there, norwood at 64 degrees. name is fitchburg. upper 50s for the cape.
move in here on wednesday. here is futurecast at 7 a.m. you can see very spotty morning showers here. i tend to think lunchtime will be the wettest. 2 p.m., you can see we still have lingers rain over the cape here. back behind this system, we should find partly cloudy skies for wednesday afternoon developing. seven-day forecast with the weekend always in view. 50s today, 60s tomorrow and meet in the middle with 56 degrees on wednesday as the clouds increase and we bring in we will have a little period here of rain. scattered stuff. thursday clearing out and 50 degrees by friday and saturday only including the slight risk for a rain or snowshower. most of the time it will run mostly dry, and sunshine back for the second half the weekend. temperatures in the weekend highs only in the 40s. back to you guys. >> julie: all right, shiri. chicago is celebrating the cubs world series win and why
new england is making one sports fan a bit of a celebrity. the now infamous yearbook message
o i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. "i don't remember."
looking to see if it is the lost nuke. the nuke has been missing ever since an american bomber crashed in the 1950s. the world's largest cruise ship set sail with futuristic features. royal caribbean harmony from the seas is on its maiden voyage. the 16-deck ship has a bar that is run by robot bartenders. do you think you have to tip them? maybe not. >> daniel: maybe not. nine stories -- does it make your ears pop? i have all these questions. there is a virtual balcony. ship is hold 7,000 passengers. ten of thousands hit the pavement for the 46th annual new york city marathon. a 19-year-old from a african nation became the youngest person to win the new york city marathon with a time of 2 hours, 7 minutes and 51 seconds.
mcfadden took home gold for the fourth year in a row that mark a clean sweep in the four major marathons. 800 runners used last year's race to enter into the upcoming boston marathon. survivor mark puril were among those who completed the new york marathon. he is member of the achilles freedom team of wounded veterans. he lost his right leg in the marathon bombings. he says he feels great and marathons a year. >> julie: congrats to him and everyone that did the race. we told but the thawns radio back on the ice and the team spent the night celebrating the parent to be. a baby shower for 50 military couples, gift boxes filled with baby supplies. expectant parents had a chance to talk to parenting experts and learn about newborn health. tom brady and the patriots are also making dreams come true. fox25's kerry kavanaugh sat
who had a chance to check out gillette thanks to make a wish. >> i was all nervous. >> i was so nervous. i didn't get one hour of sleep. >> reporter: butterflies before a big day. for calvin, 11, and christopher, a 15, of cohasset, it was a long time coming. calvin was born with a heart defect that continues to impact his health. at age 13, christopher was diagnosed with thyroid cancer. he is now in remission and his treatments continue. through th through. >> i was going through that i could take a break and watch the patriots. and i will never forget when they won the super bowl with the malcolm butler interception on my birthday. >> you had to overcome adversity and never gave up. you stuck with football and became one of the best players of all time. i also had to overcome a lot of struggles with my health and also being bullied as school. >> reporter: both contacted make a wish, massachusetts and rhode island and said it was
braid host inspired them for so long. >> tom brady. it has to be tom braidy. that day was tuesday. >> i said his name backwards. i said brady tom instead of tom brady. i couldn't believe -- i have been waiting two years and i mess up his name. >> reporter: make a wish massachusetts and rhode island along with the patriots treated both families to a day with gillette with their hero. >> tom shook everybody's hand. where are you from. how are you? week. we were all looking at each other like, no way. >> he was really chill. >> reporter: they even hit the field to catch a few passes. >> i was thinking, the golden spiral. >> reporter: they left with a full bag of souvenirs and very full hearts. >> it felt really good to definitely just walk out there knowing that all those people really cared about how your day went. it was amazing. >> reporter: kerry kavanaugh, fox25 news. >> julie: the kids also got to
robert. >> daniel: i understand. someone you want to meet and you want to meet and you pronounce their name backwards. i am sure tom brady for gives them. one day away from election day and no rest for donald trump or hillary clinton. day and no rest for donald trump or hillary clinton. the final push. you said you wanted to feel better about your cereal. day and no rest for donald trump or hillary clinton. the final push. general mills big g cereals hear you. that's why we say "yes" to whole grains as our first ingredient. ? in every honey nut "o". every lucky charms spoonful. and every cinnamon toast crunch square. ?
complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: now at 5:00, a frantic final 24 hours for donald trump and hillary clinton. both candidates pulling out all the stops in new hampshire to try to sway undecided voter. the push today as we count down the final hours before the polls open across the country. plus tail lights barely visible beneath the surface of the charles river.
details of the crash that sent a car plunging into that water. and another harvard sports team under fire amade scandal. the athletes that turned themselves in over a so-called scouting report. good morning, everybody. thank you for joining us on this monday morning. it is november 7. i am gene lavanchy. >> sara: and i am sara underwood. starting off the new week with a little bit of a chill out there, but thankfully meteorologist shiri spear says we have some 60s a few days away. she is in the fox25 storm tracker weather below average temps right now. >> reporter: below average temps right now but the big warm-up tomorrow. temperatures in the 30s. 37 in boston and norwood. 30 degrees in nashua. freezing in fitchburg at 32. we do have 40s and more clouds over the cape and islands right now. it is also pretty breezy out there. sustained winds. 10 to about 20 miles per hour and the motion of those winds will keep the clouds over the southeast. really the south shore and the