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their final pitch to voters as we just heard. and fox25 has team coverage from the polling places to the candidates to the final stops, and it all starts right now on this tuesday, november 8, election day. >> gene: as mentioned team coverage and we are getting out early when polls open. you will need a coat and gloves. meteorologist shiri spear in the stormtracker weather center this morning. coldest morning in a while. 8:29 >> a little frosty and freezing depending on where you are. boston in the 40s. not anymore, 39 in boston. so many 20s in bedford and norwood and plymouth down to new bedford and nashua. cold start. gene is right. this will be really cold as you get up this morning. calm winds and that is really con due stove these very chilly clear mornings. problem is, until the sun comes
a.m. down around 36 degrees. 46 by 9 a.m. we get back into the 60s by early this afternoon. a town-by-town look coming up. gene, back to you. we have breaking news this morning. crews are getting to work on dealing with a water main break right now in boston. this happened in front of the boston college t stop. and service has not been impacted. water is now shut off. we will share any details as we learn them. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten which is not an issue on route 1 and 93 south. pike is clear from 495 to 128 in the allston-brighton area. a little discoloration on the expressway. flashing lights and another work crew that is not slowing anyone down. 14 minutes on pike eastbound from 495 to mass -- to the weston tolls. 12 minutes from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel. 10 minutes on the expressway.
breaking news brookline this morning. one person was rescued from a fire on a home on cypress street. the photographer on the scene. that ed this photo. you can see the smoke coming from the back of the house. fire fighters have not knocked down the fire and no word if there are any injuries or anyone else in the home. we are working to get more information right now. weeks and months of campaigning wrapping up overnight with early morning stump speeches by both candidate hillary clinton and donald trump made their final pitches states hours after the first votes were cast overnight in new hampshire. >> sara: in the granite state any community with less than 100 voters can open up their polls at midnight and close once everyone has voted. trump edged out clinton.the voting 32-25, but still a lot of votes to be cast. >> gene: those votes are the start of what could be a very long election day and night. we have a team of reporters covering every angle. catherine parrotta, michael
in massachusetts and new hampshire. but first begin with chris flanagan in new york city where the presidential candidates will wait out the final numbers. >> reporter: yeah, gene, sara, good morning. it certainly will. hillary clinton will go to the polls around 7:00 in her hometown of chappaquiddick, new york. and donald trump will vote for himself presumably 10:00 in manhattan. this is the first time since 1944 both presidential candidates will be here in election day in new york city. and you might police presence is huge. the largest police deployment of nypd in its history. 5,000 police officers will be scattered all around the city. meanwhile, on the campaign trail, one final push last night. hillary clinton making a mad dash across the country. she was making a whirlwind final day on the campaign trail. four different battleground states including pennsylvania. supporters came out in
of her campaign. she has star-studded power as well, her husband, former president bill clinton, the obamas and rockers bruce springsteen and bon jovi. clinton made one final pitch at a rally admitnight in raleigh, north carolina. >> i want to you know and i want to you spread the word, i want to be president for all americans. not just some. not just the people who support me and vote for me. i want to be president for everyone. play in building that better future. >> reporter: well, donald trump -- donald trump also making one last push. he ended a five-state dash in grand rapids michigan, hours after clinton campaigned there. trump joined on stage by a rocker as well, michigan native ted nugent. trump urging voters not to give up as he expressed confidence that he will win this election.
restoring honestly to our government. so the first thing we should do, let's get rid of hillary, okay. that is probably -- that would be a very good first step. that is a good first step. >> reporter: well, now it is hurry up and wait. donald trump will hold his election night rally at a hotel behind me, about a block behind me at the hilton hotel in manhattan. hillarcl an exciting day in new york city. live midtown manhattan, chris flanagan. a leaked "newsweek" cover leading to new calls that the presidential election. someone posted this proclaiming hillary clinton as the winner of the election. newsweek has responded by sending our their version of a cover showing trump as the winner. they said they made both covers just so things aren't rushed when the election is decided.
important pit stop for both candidates in last hours of the campaign. fox25's michael henrich live at a polling place in nashua. and michael, the candidates are working very hard to sway voters. donald trump dropping names of very popular patriots players. >> reporter: yes, a couple of famous patriots he did name drop them. more on that in a second. but i am here at the amherst street elementary school in nashua, new hampshire. polls open up in just a little bit at 6:00 this morning. the morning to talk to voters about their experience here at the polls. new hampshire once again playing a central role in this presidential race. the four electoral votes are a major key as major candidate victory. polls are neck to neck of secretary clinton and mr. trump and both spent time and significant resources here in
yesterday afternoon in durham. at trump's rally, the republican nominee invoked a cup of revered patriots in making his final push. >> tom brady -- [cheering] -- great guy. great guy. he called today and he said, donald, i support you. you are my friend. and i voted for you. [cheering] so he writes congratulations on a tremendous campaign. you proved to be the ultimate competitor and fighter. your leadership is amazing. i have always had tremendous respect for you, but the toughness and perseverance you displayed over the past year is remarkable. >> reporter: okay, for what it
his weekly radio appearance that he did not register and he would need to drop an absentee ballot off to vote because in-person early voting ended a cup of days earlier. brady's wife gisele posted on gram that the pair is not backing trap. regardless the only vote that truly matters here is yours. and here in new hampshire, most polls close at 7:00. this one in nashualo 8:00. it is very important to check for your specific polling place, and we help you out by linking you up to that information on fox25boston.com. for now though i am live in nashua. the balance of power in senate and one of the states that could tip the scale is new hampshire. fox25's daniel miller join us now an daniel, a fierce fight between these two candidates. quite some time. >> daniel: kelly ayotte is one
on to her seats. and a baffle power. ayotte is locked in a tight race with new hampshire governor maggie hassan one of a handful of races up for grabs tonight. take a look at this map you see here. seven races that polls show could go either way, and you can many of them are in swing states including north carolina, pennsylvania, and, of course, new hampshire. republicans hold 54 seats right now and those are senate seats meaning democrats have to flip clinton wins and five trump wins. with polls showing ayotte in the lead others showing hassan in the lead. both candidates made their final pitches to voters yesterday. ayotte had 19 events planned and governor hassan before joining president obama at unh. while hassan has aligned herself strongly with hillary clinton, adwrot did the opposite with donald trump. she haven't endorsed him and said she will not vote for him.
plays out tonight as voters head to the polls. in the newsroom, daniel miller, fox25 news. here in massachusetts, state leaders are expecting a total of 3 million people to vote and voters are not only picking dandz, they are also deciding on four controversial questions on the ballot. fox 25's catherine parrotta is live at a polling place in framingham which is set to open in a little less than two hours, catherine. >> reporter: polls across massachusetts close at 7:00 and -- open at 7:00 8:00 tonight. in framingham, two precincts in the town vote here and interesting to see what voting turnout is like because the first election where massachusetts allowed early voting and quite a success in the communities. started october 24 and went through november 4. state has 4.5 registered voters and more than 1 million cast their mrots during that early voting period. in addition to the presidential race, voter also weigh in on four binding ballot questions.
gaming commission should license an additional slots parlor. question two is a charter school question. if the state should allow 12 approval for new charter schools. and question three deals with animal confinement if the state should prohibit the confinement of pigs, hens that prevent them from standing up and turning around freely and question four deals with the legalization of marijuana. people need to decide if people possess, use and distribute limited amounts of marijuana. the law will allow the state to regulate, tax marijuana accessories and. we will have live reports throughout the morning. live in framingham, catherine parrotta, fox25 morning news. >> gene: the polls are opening in just a few hours. fox25 has team coverage throughout the day. chris flanagan will be joined by blair miller and kerry kavanaugh in new york city. their live reports start at
coverage and we will be back on the air at 8:00 and bring you up to the minute results throughout the evening. we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. good morning right now on 93 south. we are looking at about a 19-minute ride from 495 and and jo every to zakim bridge. shiri. >> shiri: although the day starts in the 20s and 30s. temperatures in the 60s and an hour-by-hour look at that warm-up in less than ten minutes. an iconic gun maker looking morning while morning while ma hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis
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use pepper spray as the crowd started throwing bricks and glass at them. fox25's jessica reyes is live at the cambridge galleria mall and they were looking to meet a suffolk player and rapper. >> reporter: jaley brown, the newest pick for the celtics and happened with more than 1,000 people inside. as you saw in that video, things got very crazy very, very quickly. we have video we want to show you. mall last night. sent us to by a fox25 viewer right after the craziness started. the big crowds were all here for that newest draft pick for the celtics jalen brown and rapper designer. the crowd surged forward to hoping to see the two and things got out of hand very, very quickly. >> my shoes and my body got trampled over. ridiculous. i had to hold to my little brotherly to make sure he was
for everyone. six people under the age of 18 were arrested. four boys and two girls facing a handful of misdemeanor and due in juvenile court in a cup of hours. live from cambridge, jessica reyes, fox25 news. brockton police continue to investigate a violent robbery. the suspect is still on the loose. the homeowner attacked by a man wielding a sledgehammer on old farm lane. the victim came home to find a stranger in his house. chris haskins tells international space station that the rob and he grabbed a ax handle and got over him. >> i got to crack him a couple times with it while he was slinging sledgehammer. he landed on top of me and my chest and tried to bash my head in with the sledgehammer. >> gene: he received injuries to his head but he declined to see a doctor. >> we track traffic and weather together. this is the time of day things are nice and quiet. traffic-wise things are pretty steady as far as not a lot
moving along 128 northbound and southbound just fine. shift north of the pike, route 1, 93 south are clear. 5:17. i expected a few things to slow down closer to 6:30, 6:45. here are your live drive times. 12 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin. from yellow to green. those things are looking better. single digits on the expressway. 19 minutes from 495 to the leverett connector. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now, and starting ou improvements in sight, shiri. >> shiri: improvement not just from the morning hours but what we had the last cup of days. things have been cooling down since the middle of last week. the 60s, 70s, midweek last week and since then average temperatures to start the workweek into the weekend. yesterday, 47 degrees in boston, but temperatures actually -- and are pack to the 60s. 39 in boston. 31 in lawrence. 20s on the map in norwood and plymouth.
degrees to go before the warm-up starts. nice clear skies. the best part of this, the winds are very light this morning and no wind chills needed. just keep in mind there is a huge variation of temperatures from town to town. if you were in the 20s or 30s, you might want to have or -- a hat or maybe some gloves. 37 3/4 degrees by 7 a.m. by 9:00 upper 40s. we will be back at 60s by late morning in fitchburg. high you will find a lot of 60s on the map there this afternoon from ipswich, boston and plymouth all in the lower 50s to mid-50s in norwood, framingham and fitchburg. manchester, new hampshire at 62. and upper 50s for the cape and islands which is my cooler spot today. futurecast, easy going stuff. no excuses not to get out there and vote. mild and sunny and calm this afternoon.
tomorrow morning what a difference a day makes. clouds for morning commute and north and west of boston watching for widely scattered showers developing for central new hampshire, massachusetts during the morning drive and reaching boston probably just after the drive end but in time for lunchtime. for lunchtime showers across eastern massachusetts here toward the evening commute. tomorrow we are looking at rain in southeastern massachusetts. point from boston to the north and west likely drying out and seeing some breaks in the clouds. stay clear until about midnight. lows in the 40s and then the clouds start to creep in after midnight. temperatures tomorrow back in the upper 50s with rain around. the seven-day forecast with the weekend falls view. partly cloudy and 52 on thursday. friday, we have a slight risk of a couple of showers and cup of flurries and wind in that cool saturday forecast. back to you. all right, questions around the death of a kitten. coming up the gruesome act of violence neighbors say they
the south carolina property belonging to alleged serial killer todd kohlhepp. authorities were first alerted to the property when they found kala brown chained up in a metal storage container. she spent two months locked away and saw todd kohlhepp shot and kill her boyfriend. his body was found yesterday. he has confessed to killing four more people. a woman was killed at a new york city subway station after being pushed in being pushed in front of an oncoming train at the times square. two women were arguing on the platform before one shoved the other. the people at the station helped identify the suspect who was quickly arrested. police are investigating if she was involved in a similar incident earlier this month. worcester poly technique lawsuit has settled a lawsuit of a woman had was raped studying a i broad.
saying they were negligent and did not ensure her safety. details of the settlement have not been released. a firearms manufacturer want to change their corporate name. smith and wesson wants to be america outdoor brands corporation. they say it better reflects their range of products and focus on outdoor activities. firearms will be continued to be monitored under the smith and wesson names. it is rumored that apple may add 7 and 7 plus, but the web site releasing this information say it is might be unreliable. most of the time new iphone colors are released with products revealed but some instances where that is not true. some say a glassy white phone has the opportunity to raise sales. a new viral phenomenon
extended amount of time. video began late last month and people around the country are uploading. comedian kevin hart and his workout squad busted no moves during a gym workout and even the pittsburgh steelers froze up in their locker room, but the most famous one online is beyonce and destiny's child doing the mannequin instagram. so shiri. >> shiri: the guys holding the weight just standing the don't get it. temperatures 20s and 30s. cold start to the day. i will tell you what time the 60s come back to town next. video that will make do you a double take the next time you take a plane and look all around. yep, that is a snake on plane. the everyday item that the passenger used to get that snake that was dangling from the overhead bin. be noisy. be silent. be near. be far. be joyful.
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complete new england news coverage continues right now. this is the fox25 morning news. now at 5:30. election day in america and the final campaign stops go early into the morning. >> sara: the presidential candidates making their final statements to the voters just hours before the polls open. >> there is no reason, my friends, why america's best kay days are not ahead of us. >> we don't need lady gaga. all we need is great ideas to make america great again. that's all we need. that's all we need. >> sara: from the voting booth to the final tally. fox25 election day coverage continues right now. good morning, everybody, it is tuesday, november 8. it is indeed election day.
too. >> sara: yes, they will. but meteorologist shiri spear says a big turn around for afternoon. she is in the storm tracker weather center to time out the improvements. it no excuses not to get out and vote. >> shiri: especially this afternoon. temperatures 31 in boylston to 26 in barre, 26 in londonderry new hampshire. you will double more of those temperatures. kind of warm-up. 39 degrees in boston and milton. upper 20s mansfield. 30 hanover. 30 in duxbury and 31 in -- chilly outside of the city. this is what we got outside in boston. sunny skies. 57 degrees here at noon. we get close to 60 this afternoon. if you were voting later this evening at 7 p.m., temperatures back into the lower 50s. we will go over some of the hot and cool spots for the afternoon coming up in just a
time traffic. check with you on the expressway. >> julie: starting to see a little bit of volume and a little late clearing out. still moving along fine on the expressway. pike wide open from 495 to 128 into the allston-brighton area. no issues route 1 and 93 south. 10 minutes on the expressway. 21 minutes on 93 south. 11 minutes on 128 northbound from westford to the weston tolls. over to you. the stump speeches and campaign stops are over now and finally time to head to the polls. >> sara: the candidates for president wrapping up their final speeches just a few hours ago and now the candidates will just have to watch and wait. fox25's chris flanagan live in new york city where donald trump and hillary clinton are both hoping to throw a giant party tonight. >> reporter: yeah, guys, good morning. they certainly are. donald trump, as a matter of fact, will hold his party a block behind me here at the
hillary clinton will be at the javitz center in the west side of manhattan. they are back here after whirlwind final days of the campaign. trump in michigan. hillary clinton in raleigh, north carolina after 575 days on the campaign trail. >> and years from today when your kids and grandkids ask what do you in 2016 when everything was on the line, you will be able to say, you voted america. >> we don't need jay-z or beyonce. we don't need john bon jovi. we don't need lady gaga. all we need is great ideas to make america great again. that's all we need. that's all we need. >> reporter: and with both
results here in new york city, security as you might imagine is extremely tight. it will look like times square new year's eve. you know how crazy that is. 5,000 police officers will work a special detail for election. streets here in manhattan will be closed. the first time in more than 70 years both presidential candidates will be in new york city on election day. now hillary clinton expected to head to the polls at 7:00 this morning. donald trump will vote in manhattan at 10:00. we are live in new york city, >> sara: polls are opening in just a few hours. chris flanagan will be joined by blair miller and kerry kavanaugh in new york city. their reports begin at 4:00. fox news will bring you live coverage at 7:00. we will be back on at 8:00 and bring you up to the minute results. a weymouth woman is facing animal cruelty charges for allegedly killing her kitten in a drunken rage.
charged with a crime. the police report say that campbell came home drunk and killed her 3-pound cat, pumpkin. she said the police have it wrong. her neighbor accidentally ran over the kitten and then pretended that it didn't happen. >> all he had to do was complain. >> reporter: this is completely wrong. not out of a drunken rage. >> aid reason for being crazy and mad because of the cat that i flipped out what i saw. >> the neighborhood said they are moving -- the neighbor said they are moving out of the neighborhood because of the incident. >> reporter: keith lashing herring pleaded not guilty to murder and other charges in malden district court yesterday. herring is accused of killing 21-year-old gary decoat during a drug deal on ferry street. the herald reports that prosecutors used a gps bracelet thating her was wearing to
of his bail in an attempted murder case in middlesex county. an emotional message from a man to his missing wife. >> i am coming, honey. imtrying. i am doing everything i can. and i love you. >> sara: the struggle for the father of two as he pleads for ?? our neighborhood public schools. they are the bedrock of our communities. the place where 96% of our kids are educated. but even now, these local schools are losing more than 400 million dollars a year to privately-run charter schools. and if question 2 passes, it will only get worse.
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. i can do... anything. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte, kate: and i'm kate. kelly & kate: and we approved
we check traffic and weather together every ten minutes for you. >> sara: and the sun not as heavy. >> julie: kids heading to school, everybody's traffic pattern off slightly but i will watching them for you, 128 southbound in woburn reasonable ride from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. you may are to get that scraper out. i had to scrape my windshield, but don't worry, warmer temperatures. >> shiri: feels like winter to start and spring to end. huge turn around with temperatures today. 20s and 30s right now out there. we have clear skies. the only concern will be the cold. for commuters coming home at 5 p.m., i have temperatures in the 50s. in between there, we are going to see some 60s for your highs today. i have got an hour-by-hour look at the warm-up coming at you in about ten minutes. gene. a westborough high school teacher has been arrested after
wayland police say mary flanagan a world languages teach her a blood-alcohol level more than twice the limit when she crossed the line and hit two cars. charged with oui and other charges. flanagan expected back in court in december. a billerica man accused of hitting and dragging a police officer with his van is held without bail. he and to be using drugs in a parking lot friday night and hit the officer as he was trying to get away. that officer is expected to make a full recovery. obleniz will be back in court for a dangerousness hearing. two manchester police officers shot in the line of duty will receive one of the top honors. officers ryan hardy and matt o'connor received the medal of valor in a ceremony. they were shot in the line of duty trying to make an arrest last may. during the ceremony, we learned
>> officer mcghee pretty much threw himself on top of matt after matt went down. >> it was awful. i had to tell him that everything would be okay when i didn't know. it was hard. and he just looked at me and said go get the guy. >> officers hardy and o'connor are now back on full duty. 5:41. a scare at a local school.
massachusetts' newspapers rarely agree, but they do on question 2. run a "campaign of misinformation" to spread "fear through white, affluent neighborhoods." they agree in the suburbs question 2 will have "no impact on their schools 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
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30 in lowell and 27 in framingham. a cold one. for now it will feel like november, but for now temperatures will be more like may a little bit later. the timeline on when temperatures will climb in less than five minutes. right now only an hour and 15 minutes until the polls open in massachusetts that happens at 7:00 this morning. the start of voting means the end of a wild presidential race that spanned more than a year. donald trump and hillary clinton went down to the wire finishing up their a live report right now at a polling place in nashua, new hampshire. the granite state is not only a battleground for the presidential race, it also could be the tipping point in the balance of power. kelly ayotte and maggie hassan are locked in a tight battle. in the bay state four very hotly contested ballot questions up for grabs. one about the slots parlor, charter schools, cage-free animals and recreational marijuana.
fanning out across the state and in new york city where both of the presidential candidates will be headquarters tonight. we will be there throughout the day and throughout the morning. sara, over to you. gene, today, many head to the polls to vote in the first election to feature a female candidate from a major party. to honor the occasion, many are paying respect to pioneer of the suffrage movement, susan b. anthony's grave is covered with "i voted" stickers. she was arrested on november 8 1872 died before women getting right to vote. bury in the home cemetery. and you can vote from anywhere with an absentee even from outer space. shane timber recently filed his ballot from the internation space station. about a year before launch, astronauts select which elections they wish to participate in.
and vote via e-mail from the space station. and in case you were wondering all astronauts vote in texas because they live near or in houston while training for the launch. the bruins is a different team with tuukka rask in net. the bs goalie has been fantastic where he made 3 2 saves of the shootout. looking for career win number 400. the bs break in with three goals in the second. a good spot home a rebound, and it is 1-0 boston. they keep the pressure on. power play a few minutes later. david krejci grabs it and rips it from the faceoff circle. one-timer extraordinary. 2-0. a break-away chance and tuukka is there to shut him down. and red sox in the mix for -- it is all based on the
mlb announcing the timeist mookie bets and angels mike drought for the mvp award. what a fantastic breakout season. he put up monster numbers. 318. 31 home runs. an sox from a candidate in the mix for the cy young award. rick porcello is the finalist with a 22-4 record. career best by far for him. cory cluver and justin cory cluver and justin verlander are finalists. the parents of an amesbury newborn is trying to find the mystery neighbor who they say saved their child's life. early saturday morning the parent of raylin saw their baby was struggling to breathe. they ran outside and called 911 for help and a neighbor heard and came out to give help. >> one nice lady came out of the nowhere in the dark and
and soon after i heard her start crying and i was really relieved. i knew he was getting air. >> reporter: the ambulance arrived a few minutes after that. raylin is home and fine now. her parents hope to find her and thank her. >> sara: hopefully that neighbor was watching tv and see what a wonderful thing they did. wow, amaze. >> gene: 5:48. you will feel the cold but not sticking around for long because we have a warm-up coming. >> sticks a 9:00 and then the warm-up kicks in a huge way. like it too. high pressure is giving us these clear skies. clear mornings are always the coldest. starting off cold here. i see no problems with voting as far as the weather goes across much of the nation. the only issue from rain showers from the upper midwest down across the mississippi and basically into louisiana and texas. a couple of thunderstorms. nothing severe.
we have clear conditions. nice, light winds. wind chills not a concern. by 7 a.m., boston is teetering around that 40-degree mark and still a lot of 20s and 30s on the map at 7:00. 9 a.m., 47 degrees. mid-50s by 11 a.m. this afternoon. we should get boston up to 61 degrees. so i have got lower 60s up and down the coastline. the cape is our exception. our cool spots in the upper 50s which is stillbo middle 60s in norwood and fitchburg. worcester, 61 and 62 in nashua, new hampshire. tomorrow more up wither 50s and tough to squeak out the 60-degree ratings because scattered rain and more cloud cover. the rain will not be torrential, from a few hundreds of an inch up to a quarter inch of rain. so kind of light and scattered stuff expected for the morning commute. the best bet would be southern new hampshire or western massachusetts. inching into central mass.
lunchtime, so a few hours before, a few hours after. that's when we will see bulk of the rainfall falling over southeastern massachusetts for evening commute, but boston to the north and west drying out, and also seeing the clouds start to break apart. scattered showers around all day. just depending on where you are. you either get them earlier north and west of boston or a little later to the south and east. the seven-day forecast with the weekend always in view. 60s today and mostly sunny. 56 here tomorrow with more clouds around and scattered ra. staying partly cloudy. a few showers around late on any at 58 degrees. and chilly for the weekend, a high of only 45 with wind on top of that saturday. we are going to be on flurries watch here on saturday, but come sunday, should be nice and bright and 52. get you over to julie with live drive time traffic this morning. how is it going, julie. >> julie: a few accidents to tell you about on route 3 right before 139 in the pen
shift slightly westbound. another accident on 24 north before 139 from stoughton into randolph. 24 does have a tendon tee to slow down during our -- tendency to slow down during the commute. 12 minutes on route 3 from 228 to the split. turned red right in front of us because of that accident i just told but. that drive time jumped up. 26 minutes is long -- slow for 5:50. 15 minutes on the expressway to you. 5:51. a week since a missing mother of two went missing after going for a jog. her husband believes that she was abducted and he is making a tearful plea for her return. >> daniel: he says this is the worst thing in the world that he and his family are experiencing. an emotional interview with a reporter from mountain gate, california say his wife was
november 2 and haven't been seen since. hapini came home to find his wife shiri nowhere to be found. she was last seen wearing a pink exercise top. he knew something wasn't right when his family did not come home -- when he came to the door. he learned the children were still at day care and he found his wife's cell phone along the trail. he says he is determined to find his wife and bring her home. >> if to say that we are trying, and i am -- we are trying the best we can and i am sorry that we are not here. >> daniel: he said time is going by slowly. the two children don't believe that their mother is missing. she went missing while out on her jog. he has put up a $50,000 reward to bring her home.
only on fox25, 15 years after her mother's death, a framingham woman wondering if a former inmate could provide answers in the unsolved murder. karen marchioni was stabbed repeated hee in her apartment. the authorities recently turned over her mom's jewelry including the watch she was wearing when she was killed. around the same time she got a tip of a former inmate at the billerica jail who have letters discussing the someone who was cell mate said letters that police needed to see. >> sara: the letters are in the hands of the police. fox25 reached out to the da about the letters. in a statement they said they are following up on additional leads and continue to actively investigate the murder. a georgetown police officer is recovering at home after his cruiser was hit in a
95 north just before route 33 last night. the officer's cruiser was parked with blue lights flashing when it was hit from behind. the officer was treated and released from the hospital. the driver of the other car was treated for minor injuries. police are investigating the crash. a jury have ordered rolling stone magazine to pay out $3 million to a virginia administrator. they described the rape on university of virginia campus that never happened. at the time charge of investigating reports of sexual assaults. the article described her as cold and dismiss sieve of the student's rape. the jury found that the magazine and the reporter failed to properly vet this story and intentionally defamed aramo. world health organization says women should go to the doctor eight times during their pregnancy. more doctors visits reduce the chance of having a stillborn
only 64% of women received the recommended amount of prenatal medical care. the first time in history, cover girl will feature a muslim woman on its cover. beauty blogger who has more than 200,000 youtube subscriber also be featured in the newest ad campaign wearing a jihab. was picked adds one of the new brand ambassador. the role is particularly meaningful for her and a milestone a reallife snake on plane for a aeromexico flight. this is enough to make your skin crawl. a passenger spotted the snake dangling touring a two-hour flight. others used a blanket and magazines to capture the snake. the plane made an emergency landing so animal control can take over and i am just -- i can't even look at that. i cannot look at that. >> gene: not really a violation because the snake fit in the overhead bin.
>> gene: they all the to make a movie about that. >> sara: oh, my goodness. parents will need a hatch a plan to get the holiday toy. >> hatchables are some out. the sought-after toys that let them nurture a speckled egg until it hatches is still available on amazon but triple the price. one listing had them as high as $160. $1,000. experts say they haven't seen anything like this in years comparing the hatchables to the tickle-me-elmo. my daughters have not mentioned this. >> gene: first i heard of a hatchable. >> sara: i never hear of it and i am not going to mention it. >> gene: you are not part of the frenzy. a healthy meal turns into a disaster. the salad dressing that caused more than $2,000 damage to
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massachusetts and new hampshire as well. we are following the big ballot issues and the big senate race in the granite state. >> sara: a look at the tight races that could go either way and where we are expecting long lines to vote. >> gene: good morning, thank you for being with us on this tuesday morning, november 8. it is finally election day. i am gene lavanchy. >> sara: a and i am sara underwood. no weather woes for election day but you will need a coat and gloves early this morning. meteorologist shiri spear in the storm tracker weather center with what weather take us to the 50s. >> shiri: back to the 60s. at lunchtime back in the 60s. 38 in boston and losing another degree laguardia hour. 27 in nashua and bedford. 26 in norwood and 32 in plymouth. of you starting out freezey if plymouth. of you starting out freezey if not frostbitey out frosty. oftentimes very, very cold and temperatures this hour probably