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>> gene: now at 7:00. we are watching the pike tolls only a couple of days of construction. >> sara: a four-year-old ended up in the hospital after a hit and run while he was out trick or treating. the latest on the child's condition and what police are saying about the driver. >> 1 week to go before voters head to the poll and new poll shows the rice is tightening in one key state.
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coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: thank you for joining us on tuesday morning, brand-new month, it is november 1st, i'm gene lavanchy. >> sara: i'm sara underwood. so hard to believe we are in the month of november right now. forget cold, it is down right freezing. there's good news. let's check in with fox25 shiri spear with stormtracker weather center with when warmer temps will return. >> get through chilly temperatures first. tomorrow a world of difference. different season now. 34? in boston, down to 31 in nashua, new hampshire. got a lot patchy cloud over there, going to burn off around 8:00 this morning, 31? in worcester this morning, 40 in chatham and outer cape clouds are going to help again holding the heat but temperatures compared to yesterday running ten to 15? cooler, so really going to feel a little bit shocking for some of you this morning, hour-by-hour forecast in lowell has temperatures climbing back into the middle
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today but show you when to plan around the 60s coming up. back to you guys. >> gene: we continue to follow the construction on mass pike as old toll booths have been coming down. >> sara: so far things are running pretty smoothly out there. we will check with michael henrich who's up in sky fox. michael, already seeing some progress on the construction work. >> michael: absolutely. we are seeing progress, and yet we are also seeing a change between yesterday and today. take a look at toll area right now. you see the new pavement in the middle of your screen? that is where the center tollbooth used to be. massdot just started the project on friday night and they were supposed to be removing last few weeks and they are already open and here is the change from yesterday. yesterday it felt like everybody stayed away from the pike and everything went really smoothly. now compared to what i was seeing on the ground yesterday
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volume and when we were just flying in sky fox from the allston-brighton toll area to where we are here over weston and you're taking a look now at those eastbound lanes going back that way toward boston, we are seeing that slowdown that you might expect on the pike. it remains to be seen how much of a roll the tolls are actually playing with that the slowdown today verses a sheer volume of cars that seem to be returning to normal routine on t fingers crossed there were no major incidents on the roadways because that's with the toll situation over in allston-brighton and to get you a better feel how that is going. we will go back over the area for the next live report in a few minutes. for the greater traffic picture, let's once again send back into the studio. catherine parrotta has live drive time traffic. catherine, how is it looking overall. >> catherine: map slow, jammed up medford and somerville,
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through quincy milton north and jammed up route 1 all the way from lynnfield to saugus and again as michael pointed out, slow in pockets on the pike and 128 not looking too too bad, slow in the usual spot. wanted to tell you about this, though. severe delays on red line because of disabled train, park street, learning this is because of a pit fire at pa, street station and looking to gather more information on that for you and build in extra time if you're a red line commuter and involves going through park street somehow. ov the map, route 3 southbound, multi-vehicle accident right there at route 4. look over here too, route 2 eastbound accident before 495 in littleton, not seeing severe delays in that one. look at live cameras, you're backed up on the leverett connector, pretty slow over the zakim too but volume pretty typical for this hour. here are drive times for you right now. route 1 as i was pointing out, 45 minute drive time, that's very unusual, only averaging 17 miles per hour.
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commute. 128 from route 1 to the weston tolls just about 45 minutes there. sarah and gene, over to you. >> sara: last half hour a woman will be cited after a young trick-or-treater was hit by a car in lowell. >> gene: four-year-old recovering in boston hospital this morning. jessica reyes live in lowell and talking to police this morning and, jess, they say the driver left the scene of the crash last night. >> jessica: they do. out and talked to people on the street here, but right after that took off on her car from the scene. the area we know was filled with trick or treaters seven clack last night when that happened and four-year-old boy she hit, in boston recovering with pretty serious gash to his head, police say. we have video from the scene we want to show you. this happened on marshall avenue here in lowell last night. street was closed for several hours as police worked to reconstruct the accident
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boy was out with his parents trick-or-treating when the woman driving the silver car hit him. two people that live on the street tell us briefly stopped but then did end up taking off. someone, however, did get the license plate number, and police stopped her a short time later. her car was towed and she was taken in for questioning. this neighbor whom we know was full of people at the time, and this is a very popular spot for trick or treaters and one woman we spoke to said her daughter's boyfriend was one of the people that >> bleeding it is in head and on the side. >> jessica: little boy was taken to hospital here in local and moved to tufts in boston. the cut on his head was serious but thankfully not life-threatening. thank again, we did learn in the last 30 seconds or so, the driver of the car that hit the little boy will be cited. still working to get some more information on that from police, including what the citation is
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soon as we get the information. live in lowell, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: we are down to 1 week before the election and hillary clinton's lead in the polls is slipping. fox25 daniel miller joins us with the race that continues to grow tighter, daniel. >> daniel: that's right, sarah. new numbers from new hampshire show hillary clinton's lead is shrinking. new wmu.r poll shows hillary clinton leading trump 45% to 43% and half of the poll was conducted to revelations of clinton's e-mail server found on former congressman anthony weiner's computer. meanwhile they have obtained tax documents from the 1990s. paper says, quote, legally dubious methods to avoid paying taxes on hundreds of millions of dollars in income. now, the methods were legal at the time but congress later banned them.
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article. hillary clinton's campaign continued to escalate the efforts to discredit fbi effort james comey disclosure of revived e-mail investigation. the clinton campaign accused him of applying a double-standard for refusing to publicly discuss investigations of russian's meddling in the presidential election. now, comey has come under fire for revelation last week about the discovery of e-mails belonging to clinton on former congressman weiner's computer. told the crowd if the fbi wanted to look at the e-mails they will only find the same thing they found before. meanwhile nbc news reporting the fbi is conducting preliminary inquiry into donald trump former campaign manager foreign connections. paul manafort was reported to be a key player and multi-million dollar player and alleged ties
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posted all morning. in the newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sara: fox25 has you covered with everything you need to know. live team coverage from 1 week today and starting at 4:00 p.m. and stick with us throughout the night. we will have the results on both the presidential and local races as they roll in. >> gene: new this morning firefighters have hands full with house fire in middleton. fire crews told photographer on the scene that there are no injuries in this house fire. that section of the road is closed. part of the first floor of the house collapsed. gene: 15-year-old tewksbury boy has died in the hospital after being at underage drinking party got out of hand. ethan costello got into a fight with joseph zag rello. zag rello was in court and picked up the victim and slammed his head into a concrete floor.
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on life support. >> as soon as i got there i couldn't control how i felt. i couldn't explain -- i didn't noy why it was him. >> suspect led not guilty to assault and battery with dangerous weapon and it could be upgraded depending what police find on the investigation. >> sara: former house speaker sal dimasi hopes to convince a federal judge should be let out health. the 71-year-old is suffering from medical condition and battled cancer twice in prison. the herald reports he lost 45 pounds in the five years he has been behind bars and could soon end up on a feeding tube. dimasi serving eight-year sentence on corruption charges. >> gene: accident happened yesterday morning at corner of dartmouth and come avenue in the back bay.
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witnesses told police the suv hit the fire engine. the truck then careened into eight parked cars and tree was ripped from the ground. >> i was absolutely horrified about the site of the truck that was on the sidewalk. car had been thrown up into the corn and her crushed. >> gene: amazingly no one was hit in the intersection and sidewalk when the crash happened. the driver of the suv and four firefighters were released from the hospital last night and recovering from minor injuries. so far no charges have filed. >> catherine: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. wanted to start off with breaking news here. live look from the photographer who's on his way to park street right now. reason for that is update if we can find the screen here. mbta red line we are experiencing some severe delays because of disabled train at park street and we have learned that's because of a pit fire. you saw the photographer headed over to the scene right now to get more information and live video for us.
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you. >> shiri: 7:00 a.m. temperatures coldest and 3640s back by 9:00 a.m. in boston. we will check out warm-up where you live coming up in ten. >> sara: take look at incredible video going viral this morning. young boy takes his coy car out on ride on busy road. coming up how police officer
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>> gene: months after deadly nightclub attack. we reported before shooter omar mateen idolized the boston marathon bombers and first time hearing him talk about the negotiator. tapes go on for an hour and u.s. air strikes in syria and iraq and pledged allegiance to isis and tapes were released yesterday at judge's order and mateen killed 49 people and heard dozens more in the june attack. he was killed in shootout with
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around in new bedford on bikes. stephanie coueignoux live in new bedford and, stephanie, you spoke with the men who spotted the bikers right before the crash. >> stephanie: he told us it was very scary and sinking feeling before all of this began. he told us about this park, washington square park, this is where he saw a number of those riders and taking a look behind me. he said some of them were at the park and see one of the tracks from the dirt bike right here behind last night when about 30 to 40 bikers on atv's and dirt bikes stopped at this busy intersection at route 18 in elm street and according to southcoast today, bikers ran through red line and that's when police started following them. police eventually stopped the riders at flagship cinema on kings highway and that's when one of the riders, 24-year-old
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trinidad over with his bike. before all of this unfolded again he saw the group of bikers riding down the street and he says that he felt like something was going to happen. >> stopped all traffic and they just proceeded. however, they felt like they were and rest of city didn't matter. >> police gonzalez, number of charge including assault and battery with dangerous weapon, all of them are expected to be in court today. as for sergeant trinidad he is still in the hospital when we last checked in serious condition thankfully with nonlife-threatening injuries and we will continue to check in with police as soon as we have updated for us. we will let you know. in new bedford, i'm stick, fox25 news.
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medford, somerville, jammed up on quincy to milton and jammed up on the pike eastbound as you go through framingham and on route 1. wanted to draw your attention here, this is ray new accident, 128 southbound, right near exit 42 in wakefield, salem street exit. over here we told you about this is a severe delays on red line because of disabled train at park street and because of a pit fire. we told you about ten minutes ago we have a crew on way to gather video and information. of course, we will be getting that t north of the city on route 3, still multi-vehicle accident on route 3 southbound right near route 4 and this accident, this is 495 going south, multi-vehicle accident just before the lowell connector there. delays around those spots. route 1 lengthy and starting to stack up.
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route 16 wellesley after the pike jammed up there as well about a 15 minute drive time for you. back over to you guys. >> sara: 7:19 tuesday morning. did you see the frost. >> chilly when we did the trick-or-treating yesterday and funny responses on twitter this morning. this one coming from steven, not quite ready for the snow and darn cold here. dog didn't want to go out for a walk this morning, can't hold out any more, i need the coat and all things which think on november 1st. heat, pants and jackets. a lot of people have been going for the shorts and fighting me on twitter until now and this is definitely a pants and coats kind of morning, 34 in boston, 31 in worcester, 25 in norwood
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little bit of breeze and temperatures not doing much, back in the lower 40s, middle 40s here at 1:00 this afternoon. we had highs close to about 50?. that's not hot spot today. worcester tends to run cooler. i'm thinking warmest readings south eastern mass with 56 in carver, mattapoisett, bridgewater, over to foxborough. today in boston let's go with 52, ipswich 51, same in wo southern new hampshire and mid-50s over the cape and islands tomorrow. we are trading in 50s for the 60s. mid to upper 60s, in fact, but find that there are more clouds around. we have the warm front coming through and bringing in warmer and muggier area with front around trigger a few more clouds as we get into wednesday afternoon. thursday starts with just clouds but here comes the next batch of showers. it is timed out for thursday afternoon and evening. 7-day forecast for the weekend always in view.
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clouds. we got developing rain on thursday at 67 and warm temperatures come to an end 50s bright and breezy on friday followed by chilly weekend with highs only in the lower 50s. don't forget you're gaining the hour of sleep on sunday morning as you set the clocks back. back to you, gene. >> it was completely selfless act by local teen. coming up why the boy ran back into his burning home after his mother made it out
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of the reality. but i believe secretary clinton really understands the threat that the islamic state poses to the united states and to the american people. and i believe she understands how to wield american power to ultimately defeat this threat and to keep us safe. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. >> sara: learning one person in dead in alabama and five more were hurt. first told you about this last night on fox25 news. colonial pipeline says a crew working along gasoline line in shelby county when a piece of machinery hit the line. the gas started a fire that has continued to burn throughout the night. people within a 3-mile radius were evacuated. this is the same area of the
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leading to gasoline shortages across the south. at this point it is unclear if the explosion will have a similar impact. >> daniel: bill cosby's lawyers expected to ask to dismiss the charges against him. it would prevent him from seeing the accusers and could impact the defense. 79-year-old currently facing three felony assault charges. gene: young boy in china went for spin. captured peddling wrong way into traffic and crosses several lanes and narrowly missed getting hit by oncoming cars after several close encounters and passing officer spotted the boy rushed into action picking him up and taking him off to the side of the road. officer said he was able to reunite with his mother. doesn't get scarier than that. >> sara: i've so glad the
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sara: woman trapped in her overturned suv for nearly a week and okay. it was dangling off the cliff on san bernardino mountains saturday night. five days earlier she used on star feature using 911 and police had been searching for her ever since. >> 20 feet from the car and hair on neck started to stand up. barely left her head and all heard was oh. >> used pully system to stabilize the suv and pull the woman to safety and got pretty serious injuries and that will be okay. >> gene: personal trainer made headlines while having a full set of abs during pregnancy.
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the baby out. i have been saying that for awhile. stronger core only going to cause problems, shiri. >> we will keep them a little padded for now. i will tell you what temperatures below average, 53?, midweek warm-up and hour-by-hour look into the warming temperature coming up. >> sara: settlement that could
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>> sara: first pictures from park street station where firefighters are on the platform. you can see there are a lot of people waiting but no trains are coming. it is a smoky situation right now. coming up in less than five minutes catherine will have more on delays that this situation causing. >> keep on top of the story and 7:30 on first day of november this year continues to chug on by. >> shiri: things will warm up now that the sun is coming up and coldest and that's kind of the situation we have this
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leominster at 30, londonderry, new hampshire down to 28?, boston 34, 27 in reading, 28 in walpole, how about mid-20s in medway as you wake up and 30s from duxbury down to sandwich and falmouth. falmouth good morning, only 33?. here is day planner today. this is for the boston area. i got temperatures by noon time at 48?. reach highs in the 50s today with a mix of sun and scattered clouds. it is going to be bright, winds quite a bit weaker than yesterday, but got that's going to occur starting tomorrow, feels a little more like september that's coming up. gene, sara. >> now on day two of the morning rush with construction crews working on old toll plaza. >> sara: so far things seem to be slowing down and michael henrich live high above the traffic and sky fox right now
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friend? >> michael: because on the ground yesterday and first big commute to today's commute. look now over the allston-brighton tolls and as you see these through the toll ways remaining tollbooth it is going pretty smooth 15 miles per hour speed speed limit and nobody going quite that slow and it is there and people are slowing down. the sheer volume of cars that we are seeing today verses yesterday means seeing a little more congestion and a little bit more of slowdown first big day to today. showed you over in the weston tolls area currently some of the pavement paving and construction work and demolition is a little bit ahead of schedule.
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allston-brighton you can see things are operating right on time and as we showed you a moment ago those toll booths are up in the sidelines and cars still going through it. so again, everybody has kind of crossing fingers, people stayed away yesterday, more people back on the roads today but hasn't led to huge issue on the pike. overall it had morning commute and catherine parrotta with live drive time traffic to see how things are going with bigger picture. >> good news from the pike elsewhere on the map, especially 93, always a problem spot, but you're jammed up to about stein am all the way to somerville and jammed up on route 1 as well and on 128 jammed up there and woburn and burlington. new accident here on the map, 128 southbound, right near exit 42, salem street in wakefield. again, congested area to begin with. also a new accident. this is 93 southbound an accident right there at the zakim bridge.
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stacked up behind the point and getting back to the red line and reading from the mbta on twitter responding to passengers saying trains are standing by in other locations until this is resolved. we learned this is a pit fire there, photo about five minutes ago of the situation at park street and so they are working to resolve that but again, severe delays on red line right now. taking look at route 1 in saugus. i told you the spot was very, and take you hour and ten minutes at this point on the expressway from the split to the pike looking at just about a half hour. gene and sara, back to you. >> sara: four-year-old boy hit
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boy still in the hospitalit this morning. >> jessica: he is at tufts in boston and pretty bad gash and people here on marshall avenue here in lowell say it was a very scary situation right after he was hit and drivers stopped right after hitting him and took trick-or-treating. >> i opened the door and see a lot of people. >> woman lives on the street and boyfriend called 911. >> he had bleeding and then -- in the head on side. >> jessica: this part of lowell popular spot and hundreds of kids out here at the time. police tell us little boy was with his parents when that woman driving the silver car hit him. she stopped and then took off.
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number and police stopped her a short time later. her car was towed and she was taken in for questioning. questioned for several hours and lowell police updated us and told us she has been cited for this but we are working this hour to learn more about the driver, including her name and when she might be in court. also working with police to get update on how the little boy is doing at the hospital this morning and as soon as we get that new information we will pass it right along to you here on the live in lowell, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: dexter mitchell slammed into woman and young twin daughters in salem. police found ten-year-old girls lying about 25 feet apart with blood covered mother going back and forth between them. mitchell accused of leaving the scene after hitting the family and going back and admitting to
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in court yesterday mitchell's lawyer says despite that admission his client was not driving out of control. >> no evidence from any of the witnesses operating anyway and driving. >> sara: mitchell's license is now suspended because he wouldn't do a test. >> gene: facing charges after unloaded gun ihi student was arrested yesterday morning at william monroe trotter school and boy will be disciplined through the school. bpd has charged child with unlawful possession of gun on school property. >> sara: leominster man in custody accused of raping a brockton high school student at the school through interpreter 44-year-old andy toe -- tow pled not guilty yesterday and accused of forcing himself on teenager last week.
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pair know each other and what happened was consensual. sara: epping, new hampshire teen called hero after saved his little sister from house fire. 16-year-old brandon hutchon woke up and realized three-year-old sister was still inside the house and that's when the teen took action back into the flames to geter see anything and i was making. >> gene: definitive players out of town. pats traded pro bowl linebacker jamie collins to the cleveland browns. collins being helped out in part because he will be free agent at
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willing to offer. tom brady weighed in on move on radio show yesterday. >> tough to hear and jamie great player for our team, i'm sure he will be great player for the cleveland browns. i'm always sad when we lose a player that i like and some that i respect like jamie. tough day but part of nfl and part of this business. >> gene: patriots will get a and seven-one patriots to the zero-eight browns. what a bummer for him. brady bunch got into the holiday spirit. having fun with the family dog. wife gisele posted picture on facebook and said when your son wants to be mario and no one wants to be luigi this is what you do. >> gene: fan captured moment
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dressed as rick james and posted pictures to his own instagram page showing off the costume in all of its glory. last season in the league for paul pierce and go out with style and have a little fun seems like. >> catherine: pit fire at park street and we will continue to monitor that and drive times coming up. and 20s and 30s now so it is all about the warm jacket this morning very cold start but the warm-up starting here next hour. that will take us into the 50s and kids parents teachers take us home and show us short sleeves and 60s are back in the forecast less than ten. >> gene: 43 million-dollar
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>> sara: new accusations of what's kelly ayotte costing you? you're paying more for prescription medicines. kelly ayotte blocked lower cost generic drugs. you're paying high interest rates on college loans. ayotte voted against letting you refinance at lower rates. and you're paying higher bank fees while ayotte voted for special breaks to wall street executives. kelly ayotte. she's siding with corporate special interests and that's costing you.
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>> gene: researchers found the focus of discrimination was actually based on customer's name. >> daniel: new economic research found racial criminal nation by uber drivers, study looked at 1500 rides at uber and competitor lyft in boston and in seattle to see whether customers with african-american sounding names experienced discrimination. the study looked at longer wait times for pickup and more rejection to cancellations of their request. it showed drivers in boston canceled pickups for rider with african-american name double the rate for other names and rides
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based on person's name. in boston researchers single student out with two uber profiles so they could compare the experiences of one name to another using both male and female name and there's no concrete evidence the companies themselves discriminate. >> when name passenger usedster typically african-american name much more likely to have the >> researchers also booked rides with lyft using the same experiment but did not find the same cancellation rates. researchers say that could be because of the different ways lyft and uber drivers find out about their rides. uber drivers don't learn the names of their passengers until after they accept the fair. lyft drivers receive the name of the ride and her photo before accepting the ride. uber says it will use the study
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smile apologized to the picture for poor judge a political statement. >> gene: wells fargo in hot water. banking giant agreed to pay more than $50 million in new settlement over appraisal fees and they cost $30 and wells fargo charging three times the amount and labeling in other charges. spokesperson for the bank alleged the company did nothing wrong and says they are settling to avoid a long legal dispute. this news comes two months after what was revealed. wells fargo employees were
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sales numbers. >> sara: fox25 investigates found some charter schools don't help anyone when they suddenly shut down or never even get off the >> sara: fox25 investigates learns how the numbers compared to charter schools in other states and why supporters say those figures don't tell the whole story. >> catherine: look at how roads are doing and 128 southbound right near exit 42,
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behind that one and new accident popping up, 128 southbound right in lexington, bad spot to begin with and extending toward burlington and 93 southbound accident right there at zakim bridge and another bad spot, see the delays stacked up behind there and just about burlington at this point and nothing too severe and mbta, red residual delays upgrade from the previous severe delays experiencing because of that pit fire and live look at zakim bridge, leverett connector, leverett connector still jammed up there and here are drive times for you and pike jammed up, take you almost an hour on 495 to mass ave and expressway from the split to the pike and 128 to the weston tolls and
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>> kind of mornings, 34? with a little bit of breeze and feels like only 29 in boston and looks gorgeous but feels awful chilly out there this morning and warm-up has been incredibly slow. now, it is not the sunrise and 7:17 this morning and sunset. sun goes down just after 5:30 this evening but turn clocks on sunday and last day of the month here sun sets like you go to work and it is dark, get up and it is dark. chilly, clear, warm air going to be moving for the day tomorrow, future cast today as far as the temperatures go by 9:00 a.m., pushing mid-30s. perhaps 40 degree reading coming out of the boston area and mostly sunny, couple more clouds
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high 52 in boston and beverly, 54 in plymouth and 51 in worcester and back into the sixties and few more clouds around and thursday afternoon and high temperature 67? and going to fall during the afternoon and evening and weak-up temps in the 30s and temperatures during the day in the 50s. >> sara: one item no longer
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joanne: she's not fooling me. britt: kelly ayotte sides with the special interests. vivian: now, she's even playing politic games with medicare. vo: kelly ayotte voted to cut medicare and cost seniors up to $1,700 more for prescriptions... while protecting tax breaks for the wall street banks and big oil companies that fund her campaign. joanne: she's not looking out for new hampshire anymore. vo: senate majority pac is responsible
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>> gene: driver's side of the mbta bus is ripped off, degree spilling down on to the road and continue to follow this story
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>> sara: president of property gave us tour in construction site yesterday and finishing foundation of the building and tweaking design of 27 story hotel. they gave us new pictures what they are planning and focus getting job done on time. >> getting thing up and running and can't wait to show wynn boston harbor to >> sara: wynn casino will have 4,000 people working for it and expected to open june 2019. >> gene: ever played a slot machine and this happen you think you're in good shape and won jackpot and actually you did not. that's exactly what happened to one new york woman who thought she hit it big to the tune of $43 million. happened late august in resorts world casino in new york but
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malfunctioned. >> win and house doesn't want to pay out. that's unfair. >> gene: woman wants to sue the casino and can't legally give her payout and only winnings she could collect $2.25. >> sara: that is such a >> sara: game six tonight and catch all the action tonight fox25 and starting at 8:00 followed by the late edition of the fox25 news at 10:00. >> gene: bruins open month of november on the road and take on panthers. third and fourth straight road game on bruins and three game losing streak with one-zero win over the red wings. celtics get back to work tomorrow night and looking at
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after lost last week and marcus smart yet to play in this season and rolled his ankle in preseason game and expected to play against the bull after missing time with the injured ankle. more good news for smart too. celtics announced they picked up option on contract and both signed 2018. >> sara: man and three-year-old were flying from boston to the girl was dressed as doughnut and so sad they had to fly on halloween so dad passed out candy and note that explained his situation. later his daughter trick or treated down the aisle and passengers handed her candy. a woman that works for twitter posted the pictures. they gotten tens of thousands of likes. is that the best dad in the world? ing and my guess favorite candy
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sky bar. >> makes sense. >> gene: coming up at 8:00 why they think the preteen was drunk behind the wheel. >> timeline on thursday rain coming up next. >> sara: turns out 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... ness... and she even fought to put bad guys in jail. now, mom helps make laws that help people - especially when they need it most. i'm really proud of her. and she's taught me that with hard work - i can do... anything. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte, kate: and i'm kate.
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>> jessica: driver cited trick-or-treating local last night and what we are learning about the driver and how the little boy is doing this morning >> gene: list of local politicians giving contributions back and nominee sending it back to the >> sara: new this morning disturbing trend popping up in hospitals. how many children are admitted for opioid poisoning >> sara: flatout freezing outside right now but we have
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fox25 meteorologist shiri spear with look at when warmer temps will return. >> shiri: they are a day away and temperatures in the 20s and 30s and really bitter start to the day, down to 26 in bedford and norwood, boston right now 36?, worcester still freezing at 32. that's one degree improvement from where we were last hour. so, you know, warm-up has started but slow start to warm-up, temperatures ten to 15? cooler than it was at this time and hour-by-hour forecast here in lowell area has 10:00 a.m. temperatures around 47? at noon time 50? and mostly sunny this afternoon, temps start to drop off after two or 3:00 this afternoon. so i will show you where we are in the middle 50s today and when we hit the 60s again coming up shortly. gene, sara? >> gene: follow construction
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come down. >> sara: michael henrich in sky fox and seeing progress on construction work. >> michael: see in the center of your screen and two lanes in each direction newly paved looking good. on friday morning i was out here standing not too far from there and there were to point way ahead of schedule and massdot at this particular location has been able to not only clear the toll booths away but pave the center lanes. all this the said, staying away yesterday are back on the roads
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route 30, merging on to the eastbound pike, your seeing a slowdown there, seeing a slowdown with that traffic coming from further west and a bit more of return to normal but you don't see a slowdown specifically in the toll area. it is hard to point a finger at construction and construction is to blame for everybody's roads. keep eye on that and bigger traffic picture to look at for that let's go to catherine parrotta with our live drive time traffic. catherine? >> catherine: big traffic picture looking pretty busy right now. get into couple incidents on the pike going eastbound right on the shoulder there before 128. you're seeing some delays behind it. nothing too severe, that's good news. over here way over to the corner
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northbound before main street in hopkinton and 128 southbound an accident in lexington area near route 4 and see some backups all the way to burlington, also jammed up before that point too, if you look here on the expressway you see a couple of accidents there. those just popped so check on details of those for you. see the expressway jammed up in the usual spots though. this has cleared since we put it up on the map here 93 southbound and look at tobin as going south upper deck jammed still and route 1 not b today. take look at drive times now. the pike, still in the red, 52 minutes on 495 to mass ave, expressway about a half hour 128 from route 1 to weston tolls and about an hour for that commute. gene, over to you. >> gene: three people are dead after a school bus crashed in baltimore. front part of yellow school bus smashed into the side of maryland transit administration
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right now not clear if the victims were on school bus or the transit bus or if there were any students on that bus at the time of the crash and in you details as soon as we get them. >> gene: >> jessica: 27-year-old cited leaving the scene of accident for personal injury. police say she was the one behind the wheel when she hit the four-year-old little boy here on marshall avenue last night and stopped for a second and took off once again. all happened on marshall avenue here in lowell, very popular spot for trick or treaters here.
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several hours after the fact as police worked to reconstruct the accident. police tell us four-year-old boy was out with his parents trick-or-treating when woman hit him and short time later. her car was towed and taken in for questioning and cited for this this morning. woman we spoke to last night who lives on the street says
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>> sara: hillary clinton's lead in the poll is slipping. race that continues to grow tighter, daniel >> daniel: clinton's e-mail server for congressman anthony weiner's computer. new york times has obtained tax documents from the 1990s and legally dubious messages to avoid taxes on hundreds of
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and they were legal at the time and congress later banned them and hillary clinton's campaign continues to escalate the efforts to discredit fbi director james comey disclosure of revived investigation. clinton campaign advised him of double-standard for refusing of discussions of russian meddling in the >> returning campaign donations to boston law firm. yesterday we told you that the law firm accused of reimbursing attorneys for political contributions. walsh says the office will immediately return $15,000 but there might be more. hillary clinton's camp didn't say how much they are returning but say they are sending to the u.s. treasury and not the law
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a.g. maura healey and candidates for u.s. senate says they will return the donations. fox25 has you covered with everything you need to know. we will have live team coverage 1 week from today. join us at 4:00 p.m. and results on both the presidential and local races as they >> sara: sal dimasi suffering from medical condition and battling cancer twice in prison. he lost 45 pounds in five years
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could soon end up on feeding tube. dimasi is sending eight-year sentence for corruption charges. >> gene: suv hit fire engine and truck careened into eight parked cars and tree was ripped out of the driver of the suv and four firefighters were released from the hospital last night and recovering from minor injuries.
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filed. >> catherine: barely moving eastbound on the pike and check on drive times for you coming up. >> cold out there, 36 now in boston, 40? 9:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. temperatures still in the lower 40s so slow warm-up and temperatures are headed when back in ten. >> gene: serious injuries after hit by alleged drunk driver joanne: she's not fooling me. britt: kelly ayotte sides with the special interests. vivian: now, she's even playing politic games with medicare. vo: kelly ayotte voted to cut medicare and cost seniors up to $1,700 more for prescriptions... while protecting tax breaks for the wall street banks and big oil companies that fund her campaign. fred: kelly ayotte sold us out.
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>> gene: omar mateen pledged allegiance to isis. mateen killed 49 people and hurt dozens more in the june attack and killed in shootout with police. >> sara: officer ran over with a dirt bike and group of men running around new bedford on the bikes. fox25 stephanie coueignoux live in new bedford and you just spoke with the man spotted the >> said he had a sinking feeling knowing was something was wrong and on halloween night, a lot of kids out trick-or-treating. police say the men were driving recklessly. now, the witness directed us to this park. this is washington square park. you can see one of the grooves he says the dirt bike made before sped off on to this road right here. police say this all started last night when about 30 to 40 bikers
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intersection on route 18 in elm street and number of those bikers ran a red line and that is when police started following them. now, police eventually stopped the drivers at old flagship cinema on king's highway and one of the riders 24-year-old carlos gonzalez ran sergeant trinidad over with his dirt bike. the man that we spoke with earlier this morning says before this all unfolded and again he saw the group of bikers on the road and felt like was about to happen. >> i had a bad feel. really had a bad feel. blocked traffic. stopped all traffic on dartmouth street and proceeded.
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trinidad in the hospital with serious but thankfully nonlife-threatening injuries, all nine men set to appear in court today. in new bedford, i'm stephanie coueignoux, fox25 news. >> catherine: pike going eastbound there and shoulder near 128 you're jammed up ahead of the point and also slow in framingham. over here 128 southbound that accident in lexington still near route 4 jammed up ahead of that as you approach waltham. over here as well. pointed these incidents out to you last update, promised check on them and see 24 northbound, that's where one of the accidents is, before 128, furnace brook parkway accident near the expressway and neither on expressway themselves and expressway jammed up at this hour and take look at pike eastbound this is not good
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allston-brighton old tolls anyway and you can see barely crawling as approach the point as you go through brighton. look at drive times for you. pike from 495 to the weston tolls take you 23 minutes. pike from the tolls to the ted williams tunnel 27 minutes and expressway from the split to the pike you're jammed up there looking at about 34 minute drive and, shiri, chilly start to the day, but even talking about snow. >> shiri: cold enough to snow. deep breath, no snow in forecast and first day of november and acknowledge this is typically the month boston starts to see inch or two of snow. so normal in november, 1.3 inches, way snowier in december, january, february, march, don't be alarmed if you would start seeing the snowflakes weave way into the forecast. 36 in boston, cold enough for it to actually snow and nice clear skies, 30? in plymouth, 33 in portsmouth, new hampshire, 32 right now in worcester and taking closer look had in central massachusetts right now
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wind chill and 48 here at 2:00 p.m. and should get you about 50? in worcester and some spots a little warmer, i think worcester probably ends up being cooler spots. looking for hot spots today, here they are and only middle 50s from mattapoisett to carver to bridgewater in brockton, walpole and foxborough, about 51?, same in ipswich, we got 49 in portsmouth, new hampshire. 51 today in worcester. 54 in hyannis. we are running mostly sunny, probably going to find a few more clouds across the cape today and tomorrow clouds to start to beef up and keeping tomorrow dry and only exception i could possibly see in southern new hampshire and closer to the front but overall i'm just looking at increasing clouds for you wednesday and going to be
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uncomfortable, a little noticeable out there and for thursday waking up and getting you into work with dry conditions here at 7:00 a.m. but look at what happens when we get into the afternoon. we got rain showers spreading in. north and west of boston we got the chance for afternoon showers, but most of this, this has just updated first time actually seeing this brand-new update and this is actually slowing down a little bit, so coming in a little bit later here on thursday and this would be hopefully just missing the evening commute, but i still at risk for rain and then continuing into the overnight hours. friday clears out, it is breezy, bright, sorry, no more 60s. it is back to high of 50? and we got wake up temps in the 30s, highs in the lower 50s through the weekend. back over to you, sara. >> sara: new england teen being hailed a hero this morning for quick actions during a fire. still ahead this hour, how the teen says he managed to run through the home full of smoke to save his little sister.
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>> sara: massive pipeline explosion in alabama and one person is dead and five more hurt. we first told you about this last night on fox25 news. colonial pipeline in shelby county when a piece of machinery hit the line. the gas started a fire that has continued to burn throughout the night. people within a 3-mile radius were evacuated and this is the same area of the pipeline that burst in september leading to gasoline shortages across the south. at this point it is will have a similar impact. >> gene: 12-year-old boy recovering after a car chase. this happened in austin, texas and may have been intoxicated and refusing to pull over for officers and reportedly crashed head on into another car and kept going and eventually hit a pole. boy suffered minor injuries in the crash and official are still
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poisoned by powerful painkillers. jacqueline fell live in washington with alarming statistics. jackie, the research says that children are dying from opioid overdoses. >> reporter: number of kids that receive emergency treatment more than doubled in just 16 years. study coming from the yale school of medicine. it found among children younger than ten years old most overdoses accidental e in the medicine cabinet or on countertop. lead researcher says children were, quote, eating them like candy. some suicide tempts. in both age groups painkillers like pop icon, percocet was dramatic and 165% increase in poisoning from opioid painkillers among those 19 and
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use among teens has increased 161%. reporting live in washington, jacqueline fell, fox25 news. >> sara: raising hdl level protect against heart attack and stroke and recent study found extremely high level of good cholesterol actually increases heart attack risk. they say that could explain why companies struggled to create a drug increasing good cholesterol. new study suggests zika virus affects fertility in males. male mice exposed to the virus had tougher time impregnating female mice. doctors don't know -- doctors know that zika can survive for months in human male organs and cdc recommend travel to zika virus hot spots use condoms for
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>> shiri: 53? and nice warm-up wednesday and thursday and going to feel like september and hour-by-hour look into the
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>> gene: here is what strike me about the shot, see if you think what i'm thinking leaves still on the trees. >> catherine: a lot of green out there. >> sara: don't let the blue skies and green tries fool you because it is cold out there. >> shiri: plenty of cold and rough start for some of you because we are down into the 20s and 30s, even right now during the 8:00 a.m.-hour it is 24? in barre, 31 leominster, 31 hollis, new hampshire, 28? in
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reading, 30? in marlboro and temperatures into the mid-30s duxbury down to sandwich in sandwich 33? right now and it has been a very cold start to the morning in boston right now, one of the warm locations at 36?. we got mostly sunny skies, noon time 48?, 50 here at 3:00 p.m., there are towns and cities that actually get into the mid-50s today and get close to 70? tomorrow. i will give you the little town ten minutes. catherine parrotta back now with live drive time traffic and pair of accident near expressway, 24 northbound before 128, also furnace brook parkway, accident near the expressway, expressway, by the way, jammed up as
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multi-vehicle accident before main street and hopkinton and look at how the pike is doing and earlier and traffic is starting to ease up a bit and route 1 to the weston tolls, hour and five minutes there, not a great ride 128 right now. sara, over to you. >> sara: maryland and baltimore police confirmed six people, six people were killed in crash involving a school bus and transit bus. they also say there were no kids on the school bus. now, we don't know anything else and see here incredible and front part of the yellow school bus smashed into the side of the
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>> jessica: officers say woman behind the wheel when hit four-year-old little boy and took off. shut down marshall avenue last night after a driver hit four-year-old boy out the trick-or-treating. >> opened the door and see a lot of people. >> jessica: daughter's boyfriend called 911.
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side. >> jessica: car was towed and she was taken in for questioning. once again, we are learning more about the driver this morning, 27 years old a accident with injury. little boy here on marshall avenue last night as trick-or-treating and due in court at later date. jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> sara: driver of another hit and run held on bond. slammed into young twin daughters in salem and ten-year-old girl lying 25 feet apart with blood covered mom
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them. mitchell is accused of leaving the scene after hitting the family and going back and admitting to police that he had been drinking. in court yesterday mitchell's lawyer says despite that admission his client was not driving out of control. >> offering negligence and one of them was driving. >> sara: mitchell's license breathalyzer test. >> official found unloaded gun in lock and her arrested yesterday morning at william monroe trotter school. phone message sent out to parents administrators say boy will be disciplined through the school. bpd has charged him with gun of
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pointing gun at employee and firing off a round. no one was hurt and all three were arraigned yesterday. juvenile now in dcf custody and martin and pringle being held until a dangerousness hearing later >> sara: epping, new hampshire teen called a hero. 16-year-old brandon hutchin says woke up last week to see the flames outside his window. when family gathered in the yard he realized three-year-old sister was still in the house. so that's when he took action running back into the flames to get her.
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because smoke and got me really dizzy. could not see anything. i was not making guesses. >> sara: police investigating what caused fire and as for brandon he says he doesn't consider himself a hero. he was only doing what he could to protect the family. >> gene: patriots shipped one of the deft defensive players out of town. salary he wants bigger than patriots will to accept. tom brady weighed in on the move yesterday. >> i'm sure jamie will be great player for the cleveland browns. always sad lose player that i like. it is a tough day and part of
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>> gene: spir and it sun clippers game and pierce sitting in sideline dressed as rick james. he is super freaky. pierce also posted pictures to his own instagram page showing off the costume in all its glory. that is myrick james impersonation here in case you didn't catch that. >> catherine: route 1 in saugus no obvious cause of slow
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and main street saugus exits. i will have drive times coming. >> sara: what mayor asking the chief of police to do about the photos. >> daniel: good morning. ride sharing companies under the of discrimination in boston. coming up next, new study finds passengers name could add minutes to wait time for what's kelly ayotte costing you? you're paying more for prescription medicines. kelly ayotte blocked lower cost generic drugs. you're paying high interest rates on college loans. ayotte voted against letting you refinance at lower rates. and you're paying higher bank fees while ayotte voted for
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>> daniel: customers with african-american sounding name experienced discrimination. the study also looked at longer wait time at request and drivers in boston with african-american sounding name doubled wait and based on person 's name and using both male and female name and university of washington transportation of engineering professors says there's no
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themselves discriminate. >> these are actions of individual drivers using those platforms and no reason to think every driver. >> researchers also booked rides with lyft using same experiment but did not find the same cancellation rates. the revenuers said that could be the different ways lyft and uber drivers find out about their riders. uber drivers don't actually learn the names of their passengers until after they accept the fare. lyft drivers receive the name of the ride and her photo before accepting the ride. uber says it will use the transportation and equalities. in newsroom, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sara: glare from passport
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>> sara: open enrollment for obamacare and sharp increase and change insurer or doctors and under enrollment by young healthy consumers and program found many younger people opted to pay a penalty fee for uninsured rather than enroll in >> those fees typically cost $30 and wells fargo was charging three times amount and labeling those fees other charges. spokesperson for the bank alleges the company did nothing wrong and says they are settling to avoid a long legal dispute. this news comes two months after it was revealed wells fargo were
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>> sara: some charter schools never open or suddenly shut down. >> we were on christmas brake and never reopened christmas. >> sara: granted charters to 108 schools and 28 of them closed over never opened. tonight after world series fox25 investigates learns how those numbers compare to charter schools in other states and why supporters say those figures don't tell >> catherine: 128 southbound an accident that's near route 4 and pointing that out to you, still there on the map, still jammed up as you approach
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northbound. wanted to give you look at tobin bridge, upper deck still jammed and last update about ten minutes ago show what you route 1 in saugus looked like, similar story, so really route 1 not the spot to be today. here is look at drive times for you, pike 42 minutes, expressway from the split to the pike going to take but 36 minutes. 128 from route 1 to the weston tolls and another slow spot today about a 64 minute drive there. shiri, it is sunny out there but boy, is that look outside, see the sun. >> shiri: 36? wind chill and freezing in boston this morning. sun came out after 7:00 a.m., actually 7:15 a.m. but i have to say it is sunset this time of year that got me, sun goes down at 5:37 today and turn the clock on sunday, sun going to set around 4:30, last day of the month goes down at 4:13, even
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so we are chilly, we are bright right now, we do have a few patchy clouds going to be tracking those along the cape today and i think all things considered it is going to be bright, winds are calmer, we are in great shape today and temperatures 10:00 a.m. lower 40s, incredibly slow warm-up, you could see a couple clouds along the coastline but overall locking pretty bright and noon time we will shift into the upper 40s. temperaturewise we should hit the 50s this afternoon and that's what i got in store for 5:00 p.m. and highs, let's take closer look what to plan around today and middle 50s in spots like norwood, plymouth, down to hyannis, 53 in bedford and lawrence, 51 in worcester and that's all i got in boston as well, portsmouth, new hampshire gets up to 50?, but tomorrow we trade the 50s for the 60s. so mid and upper 60s, plus we are going to add some more clouds as we travel through the wednesday. wednesday staying dry. i think the only exception could
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that chance looks incredibly slight. thursday waking up in the morning. this is 7:00 a.m. future cast bringing in clouds. dry drive into work. once we hit the afternoon we will have to watch points north and west of boston for a couple spotty lighter showers. main rain though is going to be coming into town, likely developing during the evening commute and continuing overnight, there's the potential for pockets of heavier rain out there as well. 53 today, cooler out there still, going to be bright, few more be the warmest here on thursday and because we are looking at some downpours we could look at
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g for new hampshire. >> sara: behind-the-scenes look at progress new wynn boston harbor resort in everett. president of the property gave us tour of the construction site yesterday. they are finishing the foundation of still tweaking design of the hotel and saying the focus is getting job on time. >> all about getting people to work and getting up and running and can't wait to show off wynn boston harbor to our guests. >> sara: the wynn casino will have 4,000 people working for it once it opens and expected to open in june 2019.
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new york woman who thought she looked big to the tune of $43 million. apparent jackpot happened last august at resorts world casino in new york, but when the woman went to claim the prize, she was told the machine had malfunctioned. >> doesn't want to pay out but >> gene: they can't legally give her max payout and only winning she can collect is two dollars 25 cents. >> sara: cleveland will be popping champagne if they win do not. >> gene: bruins in action
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on road and b's in florida to take on panthers. third of fourth straight on the bruins and snapped a three game skid saturday night and one-zero win over red wings. >> gene: marcus smart expected to play against the bulls after missing time with injured ankle. more good news for smart and and that of terry roseer as well and both are signed through 200018. >> sara: trick-or-treater won president obama's halloween party. duck costume wrapped up in bandages and take on next week once new president is elected. and happened out candy on the
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what a cutie. >> gene: four-year-old hit by car while trick-or-treating and now in the hospital. after the break we have new information about the driver who left boy in middle of busy neighborhood. >> sara: reporting police officer was hospitalized last
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kate: my mom and i love shooting hoops. but you know what - she could still learn a few things from me - just like i've learned a lot from her. mom helps with homework... she helped dad start his business... and she even fought to put bad guys in jail. now, mom helps make laws that help people - especially when they need it most. i'm really proud of her. and she's taught me that with hard work - i can do... anything. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte, kate: and i'm kate.
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joanne: she's not fooling me. britt: kelly ayotte sides with the special interests. vivian: now, she's even playing politic games with medicare. vo: kelly ayotte voted to cut medicare and cost seniors up to $1,700 more for prescriptions... while protecting tax breaks for the wall street banks and big oil companies that fund her campaign. fred: kelly ayotte sold us out. britt: with kelly ayotte, it's all politics. joanne: she's not looking out for new hampshire anymore. vo: senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> jessica: driver has been cited for hitting three-year-old boy in lowell last night. what we are learning about the
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>> daniel: hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign donations being returned to boston law firm. the growing list of local politicians giving back to contributions and presidential nominee is joining them. >> catherine: new statistics getting admitted and how many children are now dying from the powerful painkillers >> daniel: good morning, 9:00 on tuesday, november 1st, i'm daniel miller. >> catherine: i'm catherine parrotta. chilly start to the day out there. still hanging on for the warm-up. shiri spear in the fox25 stormtracker weather center. shiri spear, you say the warm-up is talking and even talking mid-sixties in the future. >> shiri: 39? in boston, so nice to see us getting close to

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