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said donald, i support you. >> julie: tight races and voters winning over in new england. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> daniel: 9:00 a.m. on tuesday november 8th, election day. daniel miller. >> julie: i'm julie grauert. regardless beautiful day out there. people will love it or hate it as far as politics goes and i guess the weather too, shiri. >> daniel: don't hate the messenger. >> shiri: temperature now getting enclosess to 50 in boston, 49? there now and good-bye 20s, we barely got 30s left on the map. 35 in keene and orange.
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same in norwood, 46 in plymouth and some 50s over the cape and islands. nice calm wind as well and wind chills have not been a concern this morning. this is warm-up specific to somerville and you can see basically late-morning and afternoon we are just going to hang out near 60? with all of that sunshine. temperatures taking 65 as dark outside by 5:00 p.m. and then by 7:00 for late voters i have temperatures in the upper 40s out there, i will take you out to your town or city coming up and back julie here now with live drive time traffic. >> julie: it is election day and a lot of kids out of school and overall volume lighter. route 1 opened up, 93 south sluggish around route 16. expressway slow going from the braintree split as you head past the gas tank. over to the live drive times, 17 minutes on route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 38 minutes on 93 south, 30 minutes on 128 south from peabody to the weston tolls. >> daniel: 9:01 and
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election season finally over. today america heads to the polls to pick the next president of the united states. >> we have team coverage of this close race. catherine parrotta and michael henrich at polling stations in massachusetts and new hampshire. but we begin first with fox25 chris flanagan. he is in new york city where security is tight as presidential candidates cast their votes and then wait for final returns. chris? >> reporter: hurry up and wai and polls in new york opened two hours ago. we told donald trump expected to vote in about an hour from now at 10:00 here in midtown, manhattan. hillary clinton you saw live here in fox25 about an hour ago casting her vote. show you video now former secretary of state and her husband, former president bill clinton arriving this morning, not far from the home and elementary school in chappaqua, new york, just outside of new york city in westchester county. hundreds of supporters and media
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tim kaine also voted this morning in his hometown richmond, virginia. here now mrs. clinton shortly after voting. >> i know how much responsibility goes with this and so many people are counting on the outcome of this election and what it means for country and do >> donald trump expected to vote an hour for now and holding midnight rally like mrs. clinton and he was in michigan last night supporting urging voters and confident he will win the election. >> real change also means restoring honesty to our government so first thing we
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and good first step. that's a good first step. >> reporter: today we make america great again and midtown manhattan behind me at hotel and about mile from here donald trump. hurry up and wait here on election day. we are live in new york city. chris flanagan >> daniel: governor and wife voted around seven. he said it is the first time in his life he hasn't voted for presidential candidate but it is
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>> tweeted the picture where she voted. family also joined her to cast ballots. both women are lost in tight race for the new hampshire senate seat. in the final weeks of this close election new hampshire four electoral votes became a must win for both campaigns. yesterday it is important to -- it is important with evidence as donald trump and president obama made a final push in the next granite state. fox25 michael henrich continues the team coverage live outside the polling place in nashua, new hampshire where the polls michael? >> michael: i'm back in here in amherst elementary school in nashua where it has been buzzing with activities since those doors opened at 6:00. see the line remains long here. hundreds upon hundreds of voters already have cast their ballots in this important swing state as all eyes will, of course, be on the results later on tonight.
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influx of voters, handful that we spoke with were not very happy with options on the presidential ticket. >> i really got to poll and that's when i really made my decision. >> i decided in the past couple days. trying to decide which are lesser of two evils to go for. >> michael: show how important the swing state is and early voting here in new hampshire so everybody's mind conceivably could have been changed up until the big day today, trump and clinton appeared in new hampshire in recent days. trump in manchester last night and he invoked a pair of patriot grates during speech. >> tom brady, great guy, great guy.
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friend and i voted for you. >> michael: also read from a letter which he says was from coach bill belichick supporting support and admiration from the republican nominee. now i want you to look at this picture here. this is a picture that brookline town officials sent over to fox25 within the last hour showing tom brady at the town clerk's office ballot. absentee ballot at 10:00 yesterday morning. now, there have been some confusion about whether brady voted yet. told radio appearance said to the host that he had not voted yet. then trump made announcement that he had been told he voted for him, so now there's a
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vote. not official whether he cast vote for trump. hundreds of thousands of very least in new hampshire and we will be with you throughout the day to follow that. live in nashua, i'm michael henrich, fox25 news. >> julie: in community 100 voters open polls in midnight. dixville notch most famous and it could be the last night plans to turned into ski resort could make the population sore. eight people in dixville notch cast the ballot and hick won over half of them and two votes went to trump, one to gary johnson and surprise write-in for mitt romney. mill field very different result 16 trump backers, four votes to clinton and one write-in for bernie sanders. >> daniel: catherine parrotta manning polling station in framingham where our local ballot questions are a big part
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it right here. fox25 has team coverage all day long. chris flanagan will be joined by blair miller and caveie kavanagh and live reports start at 4:00 this afternoon and fox25 news will bring you live coverage starting at 7:00 and then we will be back 8:00 and bring you up-to-the-minute results all night long. >> daniel: >> julie: police forced to use pepper spray to inside galleria last night and 1,000 young people gathered to meet new celtics player and rap artist when it became quite unruly. jessica reyes live outside the galleria where at one point people were throwing bricks and
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d off the coast of block island where coast guard responding to a boat collision. they say a fishing boat collided with a yacht about 10 miles offshore. this happened just before 9:00 and look to bring you moor information on that accident. no word yet on injuries. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. look at drive time on the expressway right now, typical 30 minute ride exit for the pike. shiri? >> shiri: yesterday spots like
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upper 40s today, trading those in for lower 60s. i have the timeline on warm-up today and look at much cooler weekend next. >> daniel: a lot more coming your way this morning, eight people ended up in hospital after a strange incident at local school. coming up how cell phone charger made everyone feel sick.
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vo: ending funding for planned parenthood. taking away our right to choose. restricting our health care choices. this is senator kelly ayotte's record. ayotte voted six times to end funding for planned parenthood - s at risk. and she supports overturning roe v. wade. woman 1: kelly ayotte says she's for women. but it's just an act. woman 2: voters definitely cannot trust kelly ayotte. vo: senate majority pac is responsible
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i'm maggie hassan, and new hampshire has a very clear choice: do we keep going with a senator who repeatedly votes with the corporate special interests... or a new senator who sides with the people of new hampshire? as always been on creating opportunity for working families: making college and job training more affordable. lowering prescription drug costs. and always protecting a woman's right to make her own health care decisions. these are my priorities, why i approve this message... and why i respectfully ask
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>> daniel: voting in his torix election now underway. polls opened up about two hours ago in massachusetts and new hampshire. it is expected to be a very long night with so many tight raises that could go either way. joining me now to talk about the election and what we should be looking for as we watch the results come in as boston university political historian tom wayland. thank you for joining us this morning. it is going to be a big night and there has been a lot of focus on new hampshire candidates. what will it mean for both candidates. neck and neck. >> and control the united states senate. kelly ayotte right now
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very slim lead but all, the margin of error. >> 120 million both sides in the election in 90 million of it comes from outside new hampshire and shows how many important state would be this year and give boost to candidate. >> will vote for party lines but floating independent vote which is really going to be the critical final factor here. >> one vote in space to cast. >> shane kimbra already voted and if he can vote from outer
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>> things slow going on the expressway from the braintree split to around morrissey boulevard. as we shift slightly north i'm seeing volume accumulating right after the weston tolls. things also heavy and steady on route 1 approaching the tobin and on 93 as you head toward the zakim. over to the live drive times, 38 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. 30 minutes on the expressway and half hour on 93 south from andover down to the zakim bridge. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now with -- are those picture? very nice out there. >> looks amazing out there right now. doesn't feel so good though. started frost and he freezing. i have to admit we are warming up now, several spots getting close to 50? but we did start in the 20s and 30s this morning. scattered rain moving in tomorrow, today, of course, tapping into that all day. then we got very cold conditions by the weekend. in fact, a bitter saturday is what i see right now.
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fitchburg reporting much cooler temperatures and veil locations are slower to warm up that way, 43 in lawrence, 43 in norwood. plymouth 46? right now, nice bright sunshine, warm-up will take you to 56? at 11:00 a.m., 59? at 1:00 p.m. and 3:00 today and then for the evening hours drive home from work and any late voters we got lower 50s and upper 40s between five and 7:00. now, let's go out to fitchburg because it is going to be a little b afternoon. sunshine doing its job, going to be a quick warm-up, so maybe some of the thermometer readings a little bit behind. but hoyou about sixties lunchtime today, mid-sixties highs around 1:00 this afternoon and got the same evening cool down and before 4:30 temperatures really tend to plummet. lower 60s up and down the coastline here for the north shore to boston to the south shore, upper 50s both for the sea coast of new hampshire and
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norwood, framingham and fitchburg today. 61 in worcester. 62 in manchester new hampshire. future cast i mean doesn't get better than this for election day. warm and sunny. i can not give you any kind of weather excuse not to get out there and vote. remember, get out there and vote if you are looking for warm times to do it the afternoon will do. 7:00 tomorrow morning though we got clouds moving in, this is a newly updated future cast, even if you have seen the timeline, this is the newest widely scattered rain showers for the morning commute, primarily central and western massachusetts into the merrimack valley, southern new hampshire. i can't rule out an isolated shower moving through boston during the morning commute. i just tend to arrive in boston probably closer to about 10:00 a.m. lasting through lunchtime noon and tapering off around two or 3:00 in the afternoon. that 5:00 p.m. drive home from work tomorrow evening is going to be a sloppy one. south of the city.
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downpours out there, simply wet roads which you know are going to slow things down and inland towns and cities start to clear out, drying out, so traveling north and west of the city probably going to be a much easier drive to get you home from work. tonight mostly clear skies, going to stay clear up until midnight before the clouds come in and got temperatures in the 40s. not as cool, you're going to wake up to the temperatures tomorrow morning and from there highs in the 50s, remember, we got more clouds, we got rain which is going to cool things readings southeastern mass where close to 60. going to end up being cooler in central mass and southern new hampshire and 50 and 7-day forecast with the weekend always in view. dry on thursday, partly cloudy and 52?, 53 here on friday with chance for late scattered rain showers. again, not a washout, just seeing some kind of spotty action there. saturday i'm keeping more clouds around, it looks pretty unsettled to me, i think it is going to be windy, couple
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worcester on saturday. we got mid-40s in boston and then warmer and brighter sunday. back to you. >> daniel: coming up two police officers injured on the line of duty and credible act of bravery by another officer after
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ben hassan is my older brother. he is so funny, and so smart, and my best friend. all families have challenges, and my mom instilled in us very early on the importance of finding solutions to those challenges. and working really hard with your community to get things done. and she made it possible for ben and for me to have a family just like any other family. that's part of the reason that she got involved in public service, because that's what's in her heart... and mom's still that way today. i'm maggie hassan
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>> daniel: victim came home to find stranger in his house and tells fox25 the robber had sledgehammer examine grabbed ax handle and chased after him. >> crack him a couple times while having a sledgehammer at me and bash with >> daniel: problems with phone charger and to the school and boston firefighters say student at manville school in mission hill brought the charger to school and started sparking. someone gave off vapor that made several people sick yesterday. no one was seriously hurt. fire crews tested the air and cleared the school for class to continue. >> julie: wyoming only
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dressing attacked. the dorothy lynch salad dressing making firecracker like sound. caused $2,500 in damage to the carpet, wall, clothing and computer. didn't think anyone would believe here so had to snap pictures. >> hard to explain i was attacked by bottle of salad dressing and probably thought i was in whiskey or something. >> julie: later found out dressing had been recalled. dorothy lynch said it was bubbling causing to spew out. >> daniel: connecticut state police had a big task to tackle when they were called to get a moose on rental car lot. the confused moose was found wandering around the parked car yesterday. official had to shut down part of highway as troopers used vehicles to coral the animal away from the lot and back into the open woods where it belonged.
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and turned up in his food. not exploding salad dressing that turned up in though. look at picture though. 82-year-old man found the ring in a carrot from his garden. what? he says he lost it just after he and wife celebrated fiftieth wedding anniversary and gave up on looking and wife always remained positive the ring would eventually reappear. >> daniel: that's a story i believe. >> julie: me too. >> shiri: magic carrot. warm-up underway headed close to 60 trees and timeline -- 60? and cooldown for the weekend. >> daniel: woman wants to look at murder from 15 years ago. why former inmate could hold the key for solving the kate: my mom and i love shooting hoops. but you know what - she could still learn a few things from me -
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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. kelly & kate: and we approved this message. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue
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to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!? joanne: she's not fooling me. britt: kelly ayotte sides with the special interests. vivian: now, she's even playing politic games with medicare. $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
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complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> julie: welcome back, 9:30 on election day. live look over back bay. little blue sky out there at the top of the screen. >> trees are finally starting to change colors. finally. >> daniel: no excuse for folks not to cast ballot.
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we are in the clear right now. >> shiri: here where temperatures stand, 43 in boylston, short distance, big change in temps, down to 36 and even within a certain town you might find a pretty big temperature thereuxuation. 35 in hollis and bundle up location and lower 40s lexington, brockton and boston so close but not quite at 50? yet. i got 53 in hanover, 43 in falmouth, 53 on the vineyard and here is the warm-up. this is specific to boston. so in boston at 10:00 a.m. going to be the lower 50s, all day sunshine, not a worry in the world here for heading out to vote. 58? at noon time. 3:00 this afternoon, temperatures sitting very close to about 60?. and by 7:00 this evening i got 51 out there.
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late voters. look at next batch of rain and going to need to grab umbrellas for the day and coming up at 10:00. back to you at live drive time traffic. >> julie: look at pike and things moving along fine and weston tolls. a little slow on the expressway in the usual spot right around morrissey boulevard. north of the pike route 193 south moving along fine. 29 minutes on the expressway right now from the split to the exit for the pike. 28 minutes on 93 south. 12 minutes on 128 northbnd tolls. >> daniel: we continue to follow two pieces of breaking news this half hour. start in stow where police confirm ultralight plane has crashed. crashed into the asbat river and told in the water right now. faa has no information and police are working to find out if anyone is hurt. have crew headed to the scene and bring you any new updates as soon as we get them. it has been a long year election season and most voters are feeling the fatigue but tonight
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scandals one of the and will be the next president of the united states. >> julie: fox25 chris flanagan live in new york city and police planning heavy security as votes come in and watching candidate headquarters which is a few blocks apart. >> reporter: polls have been open in new york a few hours from now. donald trump expected in next 30 minutes or so to cast his in the elementary school in manhattan and live on fox25 a little while ago casting herbal on the in chappaqua, new york. let's show you video right now, former secretary of state and husband former president bill clinton casting ballot as elementary school in their hometown of chappaqua. that's just outside of new york city and west cheter county. hundreds of supporters and media on hand as they arrive this morning. by the way, the running mate tim kaine also voted this morning, early this morning in hometown
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donald trump making one mad dash on campaign trail last night like hillary clinton. he held midnight rally to fire up his supporters. this one was in michigan. trump urging them not to give up as he expressed confidence he will win the election. with both candidate watching results here in new york city, you know security will be at all time high, it will be so tight. really look like times square new year's eve and more than 5,000 police officers who work a special detail for the also be many roads closed here in the midtown manhattan area with both candidate here in town. this is first time more than 70 years both presidential candidate will be in new york city on election day. okay. what's going on? today both candidate kind of hanging low but tonight they are both holding what thisy hope are victory parties. donald trump about a block behind me at hilton hotel in
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javid. >> daniel: controversial ballot questions are also weighing heavy on the mind of voters. fox25 catherine parrotta live at polling place in framingham where, catherine, doors open at 7:00 this morning. >> catherine: people were lined up waiting for the doors to open. dozens of people showing up before those polls were actually opened for the day. polls will be open until here right now. it has been a pretty busy morning past two and a half hours the polls have been open. it will be interesting to see what voter turnout is like here and across the state today. this is the first election for which massachusetts allowed early voting. ran from october 24th through november 4th and many communities saw great success with it. the state has 4.5 million registered voters and more than 1 million cast ballots during the early voting period. in addition to the presidential race voters in our state will
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particularly decisive. they are questions two and four. question two is charterer school question, voters will decide if they should allow and question four legalization of marijuana. voters need to decide people 21 and older should be able to possess, use and distribute limited amounts of marijuana legally and law would also allow the state to regulate and tax marijuana accessories and products. this morning i talked to voters who were here for opened. here is why they came first thing today. >> been a very divisive campaign. voting early i can put in rear view mirror sooner. >> i want to make sure that i voted early. >> voters spoke with many of them say question two this
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and three, whether or not the gaming question license slots parlor and confinement of animals so a lot going on with election today and of course they do anticipate it will be a busy day at the polls right up until 8:00 tonight. live in framingham catherine parrotta, fox25 news >> reporter: record breaking amount to control the u.s. senate and so many competitive races and tonight we will find out if it was all worth it. >> combined $836 million and big
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three senate races topped more than $100 million. look at new hampshire. incumbent kelly ayotte expected to be the most expensive race per vote and her $120 million have been spent and compared that to pennsylvania, much larger state where spending is around $160 million. >> when you look at respective population, there might be more folks in than entire state of new hampshire. >> eight competitive races watching today and democrats need five seats and control the senate if donald trump wins tonight if hillary clinton wins, they will need four seats to take control. reporting live in washington, jacqueline fell, fox25 news. >> julie: polls open now in massachusetts and fox25 has team coverage all day long. chris flanagan will be joined tonight by blair miller and karry kavanagh in new york city. join us starting at 4:00 and
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evening and up to minute results as ballots are counted. >> daniel: brighton man held without bail accused killing man without everett. pled not guilty to murder and other charges in malden district court yesterday. herring is accused of killing 21-year-old gary cot sunday night. the herald reports they used gps bracelet herring was already wearing to track him down. gps bracelet was condition of his bail in attem case in middlesex county. a georgetown police officer is recovering at home after cruiser was hit in construction zone. this is video from the scene on 95 north just before route 133 last night. police say the officers cruiser was parked with blue lights flashing when it was hit from behind. the officers was treated and released from the hospital. driver of the other vehicle was also treated for minor injuries. police investigating the crash.
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and he man o'connor awarded medal of valor in ceremony that included nearly three dozen other officers and police dispatchers. hard and he o'connor shot in the line of duty while trying to make arrest last may. during the ceremony we learned how another officer bravely jumped into the fight. >> officers mcgee pretty much threw himself on top of matt after matt went down. >> it was awful. told him everything was going to be okay and hard. he just look get the guy. >> officers hardy and o'connor now back on full duty. >> the parents of amesbury newborn trying to find the mystery neighbor who saved their -- who they say saved child's life early saturday morning parents saw baby was struggling to breathe. nab overheard the commotion and
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dark and grabbed her and started doing cpr from her and soon after i heard her start crying. >> daniel: ambulance arrived few minutes after that and raelynn is home doing well and parents hope to find the neighbor and thank her. >> julie: drive time on 93 south, really come down, under 30 minutes right now from 495 in andover >> endless sunshine and clear skies for the drive home from work with temps in the 50s, in between we got a huge warm-up, we got may like temperatures and show you what time the temperatures peak today and start to drop again. >> a little girl recovering from surgery gets a very big surprise from one of her favorite patriots. rob gronkowski showed up in pj's to say hi to very special person. >> julie: an emotional message from a man to missing wife.
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trying, doing everything i can trying, doing everything i can and ben hassan is my older brother. he is so funny, and so smart, and my best friend. all families have challenges, and my mom instilled in us very early on the importance of finding solutions to those challenges. and working really hard with your community to get things done. and she made it possible for ben and for me to have a family just like any other family. that's part of the reason that she got involved in public service, because that's what's in her heart... and mom's still that way today. i'm maggie hassan
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>> julie: todd kohlhepp first alerts to the property thursday where they found kayla brown
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two months locked away and saw kohlhepp kill her boyfriend. there's previously unsolved case julie: husband speaking out after wife disappeared. he knew something was wrong when he came home last wednesday to find empty house. kids were still at daycare and his wife was missing. he believes she >> say that we are trying and i'm -- we are trying the best we can and i'm so sorry that i'm not there. >> he says essex extremely grateful for the outpouring of support from the community. he put up $50,000 reward for the safe return. >> daniel: only on fox25 15 years after her mother's death framingham woman wanders if former inmate could help provide
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repeatedly in her apartment. her daughter jennifer kate says authorities recently turned over her mom's jewelry including the watch she was wearing when she was killed. kay says around the same time she got a tip about a former inmate at billerica jail who has letters discussing the murder. >> someone who was a cell mate of someone close to my mom reached to a friend of mine saying that he had some letters that he thought the police needed to see. >> daniel: kay says the letters are now in the hands of the police. fox25 reached out to the middlesex d.a.'s office about the letters. in statement the d.a. told us they are now follow up on additional leads and continue to actively investigate the murder. new this morning brookline one person was rescued from a fire in home on cypress street. photographer on the scene snapped the pictures you see here. you could see smoke coming from the back of the house. firefighters have knocked down the fire. no word if there were any
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we are working to get more information right now. crews are getting to work to deal with water main break in boston. it happened in front of the boston college "t" stop but service isn't being impacted. water now off and share any new details as soon as we get them. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. thing really looking good out there route 1 seeing a lot of green on map and things finally started to clear out. we do see red icons. not going to ior side streets and impacting overall drive times which you can see all in the green. 12 minutes route 1 southbound from 128 to the tobin. 25 minutes on 93 south and half hour on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now and keeping an eye on the warm-up that we are expecting today. >> guys ready to feel like may? >> please. >> you guys will be a huge fan of the temperature today. no rain, snow, clouds, all
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saying. no excuses. >> no excuses. >> considering this morning we were scraping ice off the windshield. >> temperatures now warming up beautifully, got high pressure. it is steering us clear from any clouds. shield if you will. so all we got down to the ground right now sunshine, warming things up, things are starting to stir, things are starting to warm. as far as election day conditions go across the nation, showers i have along this front right here from the upper midwest to t the mississippi, some of the heavier showers will be over louisiana and over texas today, but even there no severe weather expected. so i think that we are going to get a good turnout if you're facing it on the forecast. sometimes bad weather will be conducive. 49? boston right now, nice perfect sunny skies. 11:00 a.m. 57? and 59 at 1:00 p.m. we are going to be close to 60 through the afternoon by 5:00 p.m. jumping down to 55?.
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pretty quickly here. going to be back at 50? 9:00 p.m. and by then polls are closed. suburbs are going to cool down fast and her late voters will find 40s out there. let's enjoy these while we can. can probably take a picture. keep in pocket because i don't have any more temperature like this for awhile. 61 in boston, 63 in lawrence, 64 in norwood this afternoon, lower 60s straight into southern new hampshire, exception is keene at only 59? today, worcester at 61. i got some upper 50s in lower 60s down across the south shore, cape today with all of that said, upper 50s nantucket, about 55? there and then tomorrow we got more 50s on tap. not quite as warm if you're looking for hot spots tomorrow and i don't know if i would like to call it that and warmer over southeastern massachusetts, a little bit dryer and worcester and nashua and warm-up is really
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folks. rain totals not blowing my mind here, talking couple hundred of inch of rain, up to quarter inch of rain, showers will be scattered, generally speaking going to be light but can't rule out one or two pockets of moderate rain. 7:00 tomorrow morning spot to watch for wet conditions on the roads initially tomorrow, central mass, merrimack valley, southern new hampshire. going to take longer to get into boston and probably happens around 10:00 a.m. and through lunchtime here and two and 3:00 in the afternoon, a lot of steadier morning commute north and west that we are watching, evening commute south and east of the city here with clouds actually breaking apart a little bit further inland. so 7-day forecast with weekend always in view, today going to be the gem of the entire week. 61? for election day, sunshine, 56 here tomorrow with developing rain byes this we are going to be at 52?, partly sunny skies, friday comes along and i got the late chance for widely scattered
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things down big time into the weekend. freezing temperatures as you wake up, high 45 with wind on top of that saturday and going to have to watch for some flurries and brighter and milder sunday with high around 52. back to you guys. >> thank you. everyone is encouraged to get fios is not cable. we're wired differently. so we're offering incredibly fast 150 meg internet, just in time for the holidays. hurry, freddy, you're gonna miss it. coming.
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>> julie: two men standing outside of trump side and outside of jalape?o's grill. the controversy started last week when posted the picture on facebook with the comment they yesterday the owner's daughter fired back in her own facebook post defending family and dad told fox25 he has lived in america for 20 years. >> daniel: today many will head to the polls to vote in first election feature -- election featuring female candidate from major party to honor occasion many are paying respect to pioneer of movement. right now susan b. anthony grave with i voted stickers. arrested on november 8th, 1872
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woman ever got the right to vote. she is buried in hope ceremony in rochester, new york until the polls close later tonight. daniel: vote anywhere with absentee ballot even out of space. shane kimbrough filed ballot from the international space station. six months later received application for absen and then vote via e-mail from the space station. in case wandering all astronauts vote in living near houston while the launch. >> julie: voluntary agreement angelina jolie will have custody and have therapeutic visits with the kids and likely see joint custody. jolie filed for divorce in
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toward his son on airplane. julie: prince harry says media needs to stop harassing girlfriend. rumors have been making headlines the past few weeks. the prince says media has crossed the line by using racial undertones and sexism in the articles. in the statement he asks lives able to remain private despite the celebrity status. julie: parents are going to need to hatch a plan to require this year's most coveted holiday toy. interactive creatures called hatchables have been sold out for weeks. here they are -p -- sought after toy and still available in amazon and listing we had them as high $160. ebay prices are climbing past $1,000 and haven't seen anything like this for years.
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phenomenon sweeping the internet. it is mannequin challenge and it began appearing late last month and uploading mannequin poses and getting in on action and kevin workout squad and even pittsburgh steelers throws it up in their locker room and probably the most famous video online is beyonce and destiny's child doing instagram. >> almost looks like they are pinning across the picture there. gronk was on hand to spread winning spirit at boston children's hospital this week. wore pats pj's met with ten-year-old katie aben and recently dig noseed with colonitis and colon removed. >> daniel: trying to get sky
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crashed into the assabet river and told it is in the water right now and don't know if anyone was hurt and give you latest information on the website at and also on the news at 4:00. >> shiri, when wrap this up look at the forecast. >> highs around 60, sunshine, get vo: ending funding for planned parenthood. taking away our right to choose. restricting our health care choices. this is senator kelly ayotte's record. d parenthood - putting access to birth control and cancer screenings at risk. and she supports overturning roe v. wade. woman 1: kelly ayotte says she's for women. but it's just an act. woman 2: voters definitely cannot trust kelly ayotte. vo: senate majority pac is responsible
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hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? re about isis than the generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of
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it's november 8th, time for new viral videos "right this minute." cries of a boy are ignored. people pass by. >> he's just throwing a tantrum. >> how he finally escaped the clutches of a woman with one sinister plan. searchers can't believe their eyes when they spot a missing >> they were basically looking for a needle in a hay stack. >> the lucky break that saved a man from certain death. a color blind men with special glasses gets a surprise that is super emotional on so many levels. >> why that t-shirt holds a message that lights up his life. plus, the buzz word for your shot to win a new ipad mini as christian, oli, charity, nick, and gayle break down the best on


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