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>> gene: busy day in new hampshire, all the candidates in campaign trail and back and forth attacks start to heat up. >> daniel: cost of healthcare has record highs and affordable drugs and controversial executive about to be grilled on capitol hill this morning and why he isn't expected to defend himself. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> julie: good thursday morning, everyone. i'm julie grauert. >> daniel: i'm daniel miller. shiri, just adjusted the snow totals about a half hour ago. >> shiri: bumped them up for central massachusetts, look at radar, all green, it is way too warm for snowflakes here thursday morning commute.
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back through about worcester and lawrence, and cold front, once that is out, rain is done. that's going to be clearing central mass, southern new hampshire and noon time you could see you have to maintain the risk for rain in southeastern mass and noon in boston mostly cloud and he 53, worcester at 49 , 52 in nashua, new hampshire where we get the breaks in clouds and eventually the cape does dry out this afternoon, but the clouds will hang tight. temperatures 48 to 68 and very little movement of the thermometer today. what you're dressing for now, you can wear in lunchtime in the afternoon and layering on a coat tomorrow because it is cold enough for snow and six inches of snow in southeastern massachusetts. julie grauert, over for live drive time traffic. >> julie: missing conditions
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quiet out there and how impacting and 93 south and medford to somerville, 128 southbound pretty typical heavy volume through lexington as you approach the pike. pike is steady and heavy volume, eastbound especially through brighton. , 34 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike, 46 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. and make sure you have the new fox25 weather app ready to go. team of meteorologist now focused on the approaching snow for tomorrow. you can get custom forecast any time. shiri will be back in few minutes. >> daniel: take look at flames shooting from norfolk home overnight. we have been covering the fire since it sparked at 8:00 p.m. fox25 michael henrich live on the scene for us all morning.
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news from the fire chief. >> michael: yes, we did. man and woman that lived here have been released from hospital in rhode island. and interviewed by the fire chief and show you the house now, show you extent of the damage and look at this damage here and leaning toward electrical being the cause but not quite sure yet whether the power outadjust ended before the fire sparked played a role in starting and here is another look at video sent to us by a witness showing how big the flames got, this fire starting around 8:00. now, neighbor homeowner closed
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came back on and shorted out, causing fire and large enough to knock the man that lives here on tucker road out of the garage and across from the neighbor's house and told the neighbor his wife that uses a cane was stuck inside. and fire was not the only safety concern out here. >> car melted at the moment, went up very quickly and dropped straight down to the ground, live wire and pretty frightening. >> michael: suffering minor burns, singed hair and at the top of the report they are both out of the hospital and doing much better than they were last night and as soon as the cause
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have on and fox25 news app. >> julie: student has been hit naker brockton high school this morning. crash happened less than an hour ago and told the victim is girl. she was conscience and alert after the accident and taken to brockton hospital. we are keeping an eye on the situation. no word if charges will be filed against the driver. >> daniel: democrats meeting face-to-face and squaring off in social media and new hampshire good morning. >> gene: two democrats this morning, right now focusing on another debate that's set for tonight, go head-to-head for university of new hampshire. as for the republican donald trump returns to the granite state and first event in exeter
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hour or so from right now. ted cruz making three spots, in portsmouth, ware and laconia and marco rubio in portsmouth before he makes three other stops throughout the day and john kasich starting in pelham and coming up at 9:30 and chris christie starts off the day in keene, new hampshire. after iowa the gloves have come cost between donald trump and top rival ted cruz. fox25 catherine parrotta joins us live from exeter where trump event going to get underway at top of the hour and you have been talking to voters who have been there already. telling the candidates what they already know. the primary coming up february 9th and see if you shift the days a little bit to the all the people gathered at exeter town hall, security here very tight, 1 hour before trump
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that will be meeting with voters today and nearby portsmouth and battle was brewing between the two today and take a look at this, cruz didn't win iowa, he stole it. cruz event last night in iowa trump was topic of conversation. cruz promised not to mud sling after accusing of fraud and poked fun what he called trumpertantrums and said he accepted business loans from wall street and declaring bankruptcy. the feud is making things interesting and some say they are not surprised by it and eager to hear from trump today for a variety of reasons. >> been to few rallies for trump before, even though i'm not supporting him for the
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to come to because they are highly energetic. >> i'm a big trump guy ever since stepped outs on the campaign trail, impressive he has maintained the lead for five months now. >> catherine: cruz under fire after ben carson was said to have drop out of the race. news said he was going home to florida before campaigning in new hampshire and voters we spoke to at the trump event say they didn't exactly not expect some sort of future breakout. it is the campaign trail after all according to voters we spoke to this morning, much bigger crowd here now as await the rival of trump. again, set to be here in exeter and latest on that event tonight at five and six and all day long and website at live here in exeter,
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parrotta, fox25 news. >> gene: issues ranging from economy, to climate change to isis and sparred over which candidate is more progressive and highlighted the goals for the presidential campaign. >> what this campaign is about not just electing a president but political revolution. >> preventing republicans get back into the white house and undoing the progress that has been made with president obama. >> gene: sanders campaign refused to participate tonight unless an agreement was reached on future debates. in depth reports on the candidates and expert analysis and primary night straight through 11:30 and live reports from the candidates headquarters
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coming up next half hour expert insight about where the parties will be going from here in the state of new hampshire. right now though that's where we get back to julie in dedham. >> julie: thank you. we have new details this morning about story we have been following for nearly two weeks. involves educating of three-year-old in roxbury. documents show he fell off the bed twice while his mother was looking after him. the paper says conviction was also skeptical about another family member who was taking care of him as well as domestic violence in the home. found seriously injured in his home on alpine street sunday and died on tuesday in the hospital. so far no one has been charged in his death. eastbound through brighton, overcast right now which shiri will speak to and volume remains steady and heavy.
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>> shiri: showers around through 10:00 and cloud and he clouds start to thin a little further inland. timeline on today's rain and southeast and when to plan on heavy snow next. >> daniel: talk about leg room coming up what allowed this woman to have an entire commercial airliner to herself for this price of single ticket. >> julie: plus pentagon active
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>> shiri: steadiest stuff continues across the cape and islands this morning. >> julie: fox25 jacqueline fells live in washington d.c. >> reporter: u.s. house oversight committee and take live look inside the hearing room and examining the rising cost of prescription drugs and want to talk to martin celli. former ceo who gained notoriety for jacking up the price of the
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hearing room a few moments ago per pill. he will plead the fifth and not answer any of the lawmakers questions. this upset lawmakers. one of them is pharmacist before coming to congress. he said he was disgusted by the rising cost of lifesaving drug. >> none of the witnesses here today had to look into the eyes of someone to make a decision between buying groceries and buying medication. no one here today has seen the look on mother's face and looking forward to buying the i have. >> reporter: the cost of brand name medicines have doubled in last five years and expecting celli to plead the fifth and
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big pharma companies collecting blood money. jacqueline fells, fox25 news. >> daniel: program helping young men and women from leaving the u.s. military. ash carter created a program which will pay for troops to have sperm or eggs. they are given peace of mind. pentagon says the program could cost $150 million over five years. >> julie: 9:16. blogger who says rape should be legal canceling a series of rallies because of safety concerns. one of the meetings set for saturday in market square in portsmouth. one was planned for paul revere statue. the organizers of the rally says events has been canceled because
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security and can't stop people from gathering. >> daniel: future of superintendent who faces a criminal trial. cape cod times says the mashpee school committee will meet next friday to discuss the status of brian hyde. the superintendent is currently on administrative leave. he was arrested last year and charged with trespassing and family claimed hyde burst into the home to see if teenager girl lived there. >> julie: all nominated for nobel peace prize, someone that wants to remain anonymous nominated trump for acclaimed title, one of hundreds of people nominated and isn't likely to make the short list. the winner will be announced in october and we will continue to follow this story. julie: look at we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes.
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furnace brook parkway up to columbia road. 39 minutes 495 to mass ave, 25 minutes from the weston tolls to the ted williams tunnel, 32 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the exit for the pike. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and, shiri, you have been very busy tracking ever-changing forecasting tools for the snow tomorrow. >> shiri: showers that are going to come to end in boston area within the hour but continuing out across southeastern massachusetts, straight through about 1:00 p.m. today. this is along cold front, cold front clears the coast, we are going to be in the clear so to say for a couple of hours before we get the snow and rain coming into the picture and 55 and
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place and drizzle coming for you does pass through about by 11:00 a.m. again just clouds. clouds then break apart this afternoon with temps in the middle 50s. we will start to lose heat this evening and that continued cooling what's going to lead to change to snow overnight tonight, 51 in hyannis as you wake up this morning, we have showers in place now and got the risk of rain straight through 1:00 this afternoon, even though we dry out, look at what happens at 9:00. see the rain coming back into play, that's the rain that eventually flips over to snow. so afternoon temperatures from 54 in boston, beverly, lawrence and bedford, to 50 in worcester, 53 in nashua, middle 50s plymouth down to new bedford with those thicker clouds and 51 in hyannis. you could see there goes the front and that is going to lead to those showers diminishing around 1:00 this afternoon out across outer cape and rest of the region turning partly sunny, brightest condition north and west of boston, but now we got
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closer initially expected even yesterday looked like most of the moisture will stay offshore. now it is the much closer track and west track and going to draw moisture further west which means further inland and by 7:00 tonight we have the showers working way back from south to north, this evening starts seeing the rain again but after midnight makes change over to snow and by 4:00 tomorrow morning and snow, not rain in boston and this future cast at 7:00 tomorrow, we have the rain-snow line and cape cod canal, to the north of that and heavier burst of snow. and that's what going to lead to higher accumulation that way, and deeper shading you can see heavier snow, especially south of boston and southeastern mass, but southern new hampshire, central massachusetts, northeastern mass, we all get snow accumulation tomorrow morning and ifest part how far it will reach with the snow totals and lunchtime tomorrow in the boston area and along the
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around 2:00 p.m. but ends on the cape closer to four or 5:00 p.m. with that we are going to see clearing skies from west to east, lesser amounts over the outer cape and nantucket, because of that initial mix with the rain, we got three to six inches barnstable, falmouth, plymouth, bridgewater, more likely areas to see the burst of heavier snow, something we are going to be watching here with updates to the forecast this morning as whether we need to pull the three to six inches closer to boston area. boston, canton, malden, danvers all one to three inch range, goes to gloucester to the north and west of that and coating to an inch, but again that's part of the track because going to be sharp cutoff to the snow that gets very tricky. over the weekend let's dress for 20s in the morning, 40s in the afternoon and partly sunny skies, couple sunday flurries, but better chance for some snow accumulation here with tuesday storm. back to you, julie and daniel. >> daniel: closing date has been set for the boston flower
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>> julie: woman ended up being only passenger on her flight. here is why, blizzard delayed several flights into hong kong yesterday and picture she took, same blizzard that left 100,000 people stranded outside train station and most passengers chose earliest possible flight and only one that opted for later flight and airline gave her the luxury experience of being the only one on the plane. >> daniel: gloucester man also running for president. he stopped by election headquarters in manchester last night. he likes to wear boot on head and carry a pink pony. he tells us he has four major
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travel research, three zombie preparedness and fourth one, free ponies for all americans. we are posting full interview on fox25 facebook page this morning actually mark ockerbloom talked with him. >> julie: do you think the snow would keep the zombies away? >> shiri: not sure it goes together here. rain in forecast and travel conditions that are fine out there, just got a few slick spots because of the rain, tomorrow though travel conditions so much worse because of accumulating snow.
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>> julie: 9:30 tracking rain and bigger story what's to come. primary headquarters but first,
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about the snow. >> shiri: timing of the snow couldn't be worse, very busy tomorrow morning and coming to town for the morning commute. right now green on the screen which is, of course, the rain but nothing compared to what we will have tomorrow and cape and islands some dense fog in nantucket and that's where we have the steadiest rain from orleans, down to about to push through nantucket and borne. temperatures in the 50s though abington getting break and going to sag into southeastern massachusetts and done with the showers and worcester at 47 , tyngsboro 55 and 47 in new ipswich and those last showers are on the front itself. so as that moves out, the showers and noon time 52
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showers on the cape lunchtime today brightest skies inland and 7:00 p.m. temps dropping back into the 40s, setting stage for cooldown in the snow and friday morning forecast and walk you through it hour-by-hour coming on up. let's get over to you for check on the roads. >> julie: want to focus where we are seeing slow spots and slow through the allston-brighton tolls. it is 93 south and heavy volume as medford and leverett connector. and it is very slow going on the zakim bridge. make your way downtown. over to those live drive times, 55 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave, 32 minutes on braintree split and weston
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tracking more rain this morning and snow on the way friday and close eye on ever-changing models and we will bring you the latest information as we get it. we also want to get to some breaking news this morning. we have reports and we have been -- they have been confirmed that boy -- body was recovered and state police say someone noticed the body after 8:00 this morning. divers now working to recover it they say it appears it has been submerged for a long time. we are following the story and bring you very latest tonight on the fox25 news at five and six. >> daniel: also following breaking news in brockton, fox25 learned that a student has been hit by a pickup truck near morning. these are still pictures from the scene just released before 8:00 this morning. we are told the victim is teenage girl. she was conscience and alert after the accident but was taken
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no word if charges will be against the driver. >> julie: look at how close the tree came to causing what could have been a tragedy. >> jessica: children bedrooms are and talked to children last night, and if the son had been in his bed, that could have ended much differently. a terrifying night for a family in amesbury where high winds sent a tree toppling into their home. into kids room. >> jessica: massive tree snapped off and two bedrooms
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just missing one of them. >> sat on chair to watch tv and in his bed and ran right on top of him. >> >> jessica: his wife was in the shower and ran out to find kids in shock. >> when i came out all the kids were in the dining room, crying and screaming and freaking out. >> jessica: path of damage and several towns to the north shore and merry christmas. over in tewksbury strong winds took down the tree, narrowly missing the house and shed. in lowell tree fell on to lawrence street blocking traffic as crews cleaned up the mess. family grabbed what they could and going to be a long time until things will be back to normal here and they are thankful this wasn't much work. >> bedroom two or 3 feet away. >> jessica: look back out here live, that is the top, what's left of the tree that fell, can imagine the top of the tree is very, very heavy. we know the family does not stay
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clear when they will be able to go home next. live in amesbury, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> daniel: candidates all back in new hampshire and before next tuesday's primary. gene lavanchy is back up at the new hampshire primary headquarters in manchester this morning with the look at what we can expect from the campaign trail. good morning, gene. >> gene: democrats focus on debated with bernie sanders and hick will go head-to-head. republicans busy day and donald trump returning is not granite state in exeter and that will be getting off in 25 minutes from now. ted cruz making three stops today, portsmouth, ware and laconia. marco rubio also starting the day in portsmouth before making three other stops throughout the day and three other candidates take note, john kasich will start the day in pelham and event that started there about five minutes ago and chris christie will kick off his day at the elbeings lodge in keene.
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and ted cruz is heating up. last night at cruz event in nashua, trump was topic of conversation. cruz poked fun at rifle what he called trumpertantrums and criticized him accepting business loans from wall street and declaring bankruptcy. it came after trump cruised ted cruz of fraud, saying he stole the win in iowa. cruz says he is not going to engage in this type of behavior and says the voters deserve better and staffers told voters in iowa that his opponent ben carson was about to drop out of the race. earlier this morning political historian and b.u. professor tom whalen joined us at
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headquarters and cruz have any merit. >> a lot of ethical questions involved and cruz campaign was misleading and certainly ben carson come out and said the same thing and cnn denied the fact that cruz people said cnn was reporting that carson was dropping out of the race. >> they care about character and attack on cruz's character and raises questions. >> gene: hillary clinton, smart moves on her part. >> she will probably lose her and just as question of how much if she can get it under ten points she can declare herself moral victory for herself and look good as she heads into south carolina. >> gene: once she gets by new hampshire it is a juggernaut. >> infrastructure and sanders
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>> gene: fox25 is place to turn to all week leading up to the new hampshire primary. don't miss the primary specials every night at 7:00. political reporter sharman sacchetti will have in depth reports on the candidates as well as expert analysis and primary night will be live with you from the news at 5:00 p.m. right through 11:30 bringing you live reports, live reports from the candidate's headquarters and speeches as they happen. so a lot going on here today. of course, in new hampshire we will have much more on what the candidates are up to coming up on the fox25 news at five and six. back to you, daniel. >> daniel: thank you for thein sight. daniel: second person under arrest accused of stealing human remains from cemetery. police found alters with human skulls in basement of felix
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in december another connecticut man in connection with the case and eight bodies taken from mausoleum at the cemetery in october. >> julie: city leaders in worcester say one company controls dozens of properties not safe or san tar and he includes a mice infested apartment on king street where three chirp were found during a drug raid last month. the telegram says city inspectors recently looked at 22 of 25 properties owned by mns realty and intend and vermian infesteddan infestation and no gas or heat. the inspectioning took place in september and inspectors were not allowed to enter. >> daniel: methuen police posted a video on their facebook page of the robbery at the stop quick on haverhill street. you need to see to believe. take a good look at this man in surveillance video. do you recognize him? methuen police are looking for him after he attempted to rob a stop quick.
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counter talking with the clerk but seconds after the clerk leaves the counter the man grabs the register and tries to escape through the front door. but the clerk wasn't far behind and see he was holding a putter and attacked the man as tries to escape the store with the register. you can even see money coming out of the register, clerk has blocked the door but that didn't stop the man from using the register to break the tempered glass. man eventually crawls out of the front door and escapes. police say the man dropped the knife before leaving the store. they say he left in blue suv possibly a jeep and may have injuries after leaving through the front door glass. we put the entire video on our facebook page for you to see. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. look at drive times, still slow going on the expressway, average speeds about 18 miles per hour. and you're looking at 28 minute
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>> shiri: moving across the boston area clearing framingham and continues in sharon and randolph and still travel across southeastern massachusetts and decent pocket of rain now moving across nantucket. >> julie: woman went to get a pedicure and instead wound up with serious infection. karry kavanagh what to look for when getting a pedicure. >> reporter: she went there for countless times before. >> after it was done the pedicure looked nice and a
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we were on a plane. >> reporter: ointments weren't helping. >> when it came back they said it was mrsa. >> reporter: it was result of technician aggressively scrubbing her foot with a used buffer. >> you think you know what protocol you're supposed to follow and cleaning their equipment properly. this is where the consumer needs to be the police. >> advocate for making massachusetts nail salons safer. >> see something that doesn't look right or something happened to them in salon, they need to report it. >> reporter: check to see if they are prominently displaying a current license. make sure they wash their hands and clean hands or feet and ask if technician using new buff and her something state law requires is the salon cleaning all files
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to be is is sterilized. >> if there's debris on it, that's unacceptable. >> are they properly disinfecting tools or foot bath. >> i visually show my clients they have been sterilized and open that up in front of them. >> reporter: even salon with the best practices isn't worth the risk. >> i haven't had a pedicure since. >> reporter: approximately 212 complaints and lack of sterilization and inside nail salons inside the state in 2015 and state works to crack down on businesses taking shortcuts with your safety. we were with those investigators when they shut one local nail salon down and show you violations they found tonight on the fox25 morning news at 10:00. for fox25 investigates, i'm karry kavanagh. >> daniel: this morning millions of drivers being told airbags. 12 auto makers have been warned
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the last eight years could explode sending pieces of shard metal at driver. so far more than 20 million cars built in 2008 have been recalled and recall expected to be expanded to include newer models the faulty airbags are linked to nine deaths in the united states. >> julie: 93 south is seeing very slow conditions right now from woburn through medford and into somerville. you will be able to see those rain drops on camera lens and volume on zakim very heavy and steady which is a typical this time of morning commute. live drive times, 17 minutes route 1 from 128 to the tobin and delays on the zakim reflected in drive time were over an hour still or we just gained four minutes, hour on 495 to the leverett connector, 29
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route 1 in peabody and weston tolls. shiri spear, we will be dealing with snow in some places. fog and showers we have out there and snow tomorrow, man, that's going to make mess of the morning commute and cold front coming there you this morning and comes through with the last of our rain and once clears the coast, kick those out and see period of clearing before the next wave of and moisture with it and also a lot closer. so morning hours right now, we got the last of the drizzle moving through the north shore and boston area, this is going to scoot through south eastern massachusetts and make way off the cape around one tom menino and boston 11:00 this morning and dry, cloudy, 1:00 p.m., mostly cloudy skies and temps in the 50s and there's the
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continue to cool down conditions conducive to snow by the time you wake up tomorrow morning. showers through about i want to say 1:00 this morning and lower 50s all day tonight though and showers are back between seven and 9:00 p.m. and then they don't budge. that's where the snow will come into play and worcester, mostly cloudy forecast, temperatures taking a little bit into upper 40s and worcester does get to 50 this afternoon, 53 in fitchburg and manchester, new hampshire, middle 50s in boston and for that matter and 55 plymouth to plymouth and clouds aren't going to have as easy time breaking up there and closer to the front and clouds being pretty stubborn around plymouth and verses boston, points to the north and west and where we get partial sun today, so short lived and starting at 7:00 p.m., weather will start working way back northward, and
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see the rain move back in and after midnight it makes that change over to some snow. i want to freeze frame things here at 7:00 tomorrow morning because this is the heart of the morning commute and deeper shading from boston to norwood and especially plymouth and tends to be the heaviest here north of the rain-snow line and that means southeastern massachusetts going to see some of the worst of the snow, even so the flip over to snow across the cape which means we got accumulation for most everybody, winoon time -- boston, north shore, south shore between three and four, see snow showers come to an end and cape closer to five and got pretty rapid clearing back behind it. because of the initial mix with rain, one to three inches expected for the cape and islands, three to six sandwich falmouth, mattapoisett, bridge water, this is where i'm expecting a jackpot total and in the boston area right now going
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the updates i have seen to the forecast models indicate we might have to pull the three to six inches into the boston area. right now boston looks like it is getting solid three inches of snow out toward worcester and boston up the coat as well coating to one to three and to the north and west this is where we get the sharp cutoff which means pretty tricky in and of itself, merry merrimac valley and coating to an inch and saturday and sunday partly cloudy, temps in the 40s, bigger storm in the works for tuesday with potential of more snow. back to you guys. >> julie: if you were hoping
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to the super bowl and there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision above the obstacles in place and look to the american horizon. to a nation where every child can not only dream of going to college, but attend one. where quality healthcare will be a birthright of every citizen. where a good job is not a wish, but a reality. where women receive equal pay and a living wage is paid to all. an america where after a lifetime of labor, there is time for rest and grandchildren. a nation that defends our people and our values, but no longer carries so much of that burden alone. i know we can create that america if we listen to our conscience and our hearts and not to the pundits and the naysayers. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message,
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>> daniel: parents in arlington waiting it the learn more this morning why long time high school principal is off the job. fox25 learned that arlington catholic principal steven bagiani placed on administrative leave and something happened in recent sunday detention at the school. e-mail to parents from the school says there's no reason to
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allocation -- allegation of sexual abuse. >> good guy. always there for us if we need him. >> been a trouble free zone here, gray environment. >> >> daniel: principal has worked at arlington catholic for two decades. daniel: 81-year-old turned herself in after police issued arrest warrant and hit another car in kohl's parking lot and then took off when the driver was trying to get her information. >> julie: possible mel breakthrough that could help us live longer. researchers at the mayo clinic say they have found a new way to keep lab mice alive longer. in recent study scientists found removing cells that no longer multiply called junk cells animal's lifespan. the scientists remove the cells
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they believe the discovery will help find new ways to help improve human health. >> daniel: super bowl sunday is this weekend and going to be the most expensive sporting event in u.s. history. seat geek says average ticket is $5,000. hundreds more than last year's ticket. denver broncos will face carolina panthers sunday in silicon valley and ticket prices area. >> julie: woman whos voice was known to generations of new englanders is now gone. she died on tuesday. she was star of prince spaghetti special that was made in 1969. she yells anthony from her window in the north end calling dinner. she was a icon in the north end
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