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>> shiri: a windy start for super tuesday and what you can expect as polls open this hour and timeline for rain and ice later tonight. >> sara: reviews are in. what women really think of female viagra. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> gene: good morning, everybody, super tuesday, march 1st, january, february, hit the road and we are glad about that. >> sara: so happy about that. >> gene: i'm gene lavanchy. >> sara: i'm sara underwood. it is going to be a bit cooler today as people get out to vote. good news at least the gusts are
and winds gusting 18 miles per hour and don't have substantially high gusts occurring in boston and a little bit breezy for you here, but the winds actually cause power outages earlier this morning, and at this point those are back behind us. we are starting out with partly to mostly sunny skies, plymouth up to boston 35 , 26 right now in worcester, 28 in nashua, 39 in hyannis, and from here temperatures are going to be really slow to move, and that means 9:00 a.m. temperatures are exactly where they stand right now, noon time up to 40 in bedford and in boston and to the afternoon we go with high temperatures peaking in the 40s today. it stays relatively quiet, you won't see any snow -- excuse me rain or ice on the map until midnight tonight, so highs 40 to 48 today. let's get you over to julie grauert with live drive time traffic. julie, keeping an eye on slow spots. >> >> gene: slow spots expressway >> julie: starting at the braintree split and continuing to morrissey boulevard.
after you get to the cloverleaf, starts right around the medford area and continues down into somerville. taking a live look at route 1 in setting where volume is steady right now. not as heavy as i expected to get by about 7:30, 7:45, getting ready to head out the the door, the sooner the better, live drive times. 19 minutes route 1 to the tobin and 26 minutes on 128 from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. gene and sara, back to you. >> gene: it is super tuesday, biggest day of the presidential election so far except for election day itself, which isn't coming until november. >> sara: that's exactly right. a lot at stake right here in massachusetts where the democrats are battling for votes massachusetts is one of the 11 states along with american samoa making presidential picks today. fox25 michael henrich is live at the polling station in natick where the doors just opened, michael. >> michael: we have already
on into the natick community senior center to cast the ballots. polls around the commonwealth will remain open until 8:00 tonight. the question is, how many voters will turn out. secretary of the commonwealth william galvin at least thinks that this could be a record setting primary day. in 2081.8 million massachusetts voters participated in the primaries. 5,000 of them were on republican side. galvin said we could see 700,000 people vote in the gop primary today. he says a lot of that is because of the controversial nature of that race. >> you might say that romney-mccain fight was kind of a tennis match, and this is kind of world wrestling. so i think it created atmosphere of interest that obviously is i think going to be seen here in
>> michael: 53% of massachusetts four plus million voters are actually unenrolled or independent some would say, and they can vote in either the republican primary or the democratic primary today. just two minutes ago i spoke with the man that was going to vote on the gop side of things, and we will have part of his interview. we are editing it now. part of his interview coming up in 30 minutes on super tuesday. live in natick, i'm michael henrich, fox25 news. >> gene: hillary clinton tweeting about where people can find the polling places. last night her husband, former president bill clinton, at rally tweeted these pictures from the late night event. marty walsh greeted her rally. clinton does not vote because -- her state is not part of super tuesday.
be in burlington, vermont. he spoke to 3,000 supporters in milton. according to recent polls massachusetts' one of only a few super tuesday states that sanders has a chance of winning. and sanders will be in his home state of vermont tonight as super tuesday results roll in. hillary clinton will be in florida. >> gene: donald trump casting himself as front runner for the nomination. on campaign trail the billionaire is repeatedly mentioning several polls which give him a commanding lead. survey shows he is leading in every state except for texas where the most delegates up for grabs. hometown senator leads in texas. both cruz and florida senator marco rubio set a vote for trump is bad for the gop. >> trying to carry out a scam with the president of the united states. >> give donald trump is nominee, hillary clinton wins.
say he will drop out if he does not have a good showing today. gene: trump and marco rubio will be in florida with the results coming in and ted cruz will return to texas, which is the state with the most delegates at stake today. fox25 is your home for complete super tuesday coverage and up-to-the-minute results. sharman sacchetti is on her way to join the trump campaign in palm beach, florida. ted daniel will be following the sanders campaign live in burlington, vermont. we will alert results as we get them on the news app and then watch the fox25 news at ten for full reports and reaction. >> sara: one person is dead, another hurt following a high speed crash in route 24. driver as flew over a guardrail and rolled into the woods. he died at the scene. passenger rushed to brockton hospital with serious injuries, and this happened at exit 20 in randolph, all lanes of that highway are now open.
local delivery drivers say they of crimes. police say more than a dozen drivers have been robbed at gunpoint. fox25 catherine parrotta is live in worcester where some drivers are taking extra precautions to protect themselves now, catherine. >> catherine: police are still looking into this, but they say they don't have any leads in terms of who the suspects could be. as you mentioned though, drivers in the city are on alert. >> very scary. >> catherine: jessica rug is mother of three and long time cab driver. her goal? >> make money to support my family. >> catherine: lately her job has gotten a lot more dangerous. cab and delivery drivers have been targets of robbers and at least a dozen robberies since december in various parts of the city. >> take money, food, took basically everything. >> catherine: road runner pizza says his delivery drivers
showing a gun during the crime, ordeal left the ordeal so frightened that he quit. >> people are robbing people for $25, $50. >> catherine: road runner pizza say they always warn delivery drivers to take precaution. >> just be careful. when you get there, make sure there's light in the house. if there's no light. >> if i don't like the looks of them, they don't get in. >> catherine: she drops money at home throughout her shift so she isn't carrying large amounts of cash but she and other drivers remain alert and hoping they track down the suspect before anyone else becomes a victim. police are asking members of the public to do the right thing. if you have any information you're asked to call police. in the meantime police have released safety tips for drivers as well. we will tell you more about that coming up next hour, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> sara: new developments in a hit and run in worcester.
involved about a mile from the scene with a different license plate, and this morning the search continues for the driver. on sunday a couple was hit outside the worcester flea market. the couple's teenage daughter witnessed everything, even banged on driver's window to try to stop her. police say the husband is now out of the hospital but his wife remains in serious condition. >> gene: 7:09, deadly shootout in dorchester, and fox25 has obtained video of the shooting. hear the officers ask the suspect to drop the gun. >> drop the [bleep] gun. that's why. >> gene: happened on february 12th, officers responding to a home invasion. see the suspect, pete fanfan, with officer arriving on left. as fanfan raises his hand he was walking behind his gun and one person shot in the home invasion fanfan's family asked d.a. not
the funeral last weekend. gene: man shot at man who came at them with a knife. the suspect, ryan kuphal, recovering in a rhode island hospital. police say kuphal fought with his mother and drove off when police were called to the home. officers say he ran at them with a knife and shot at them after taser did not work. kuphal will be sent back to massachusetts to face charges of domestic assault, larceny and carjacking. >> sara: new at seven, police hope the surveillance video will help them catch a man that threatened a local convenience store clerk with a syringe. police say the man walked into the village mart in malden on saturday. he struggled with the clerk, and during the fight the man pulled out the needle and pointed it at the victim. a few seconds later the man ran out of the store. >> gene: things back to normal hospital in boston. we were on the scene when it was breaking at fox25 news at ten. hot plate melted a plastic
plastic spilled out of the floor and no one could figure out what it was. so haz-mat team called on. it was on the laboratory side of the building and not the patient side so no one was evacuated. >> julie: 47 minutes from andover to the zakim bridge. >> shiri: temps in the 30s, going to the 40s, i will time out today's warm-up when we come back. >> sara: 3500 in eversource dropped to 2700 for national grid, numbers just updated moments ago and keep you updated all morning long. sara: more bad news for "t" riders. coming up at 7:30, what we learned future fare hikes and
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his wife, ronald hamilton, with his wife, had been fighting and she called police. 11-year-old son ran from the home on the way to the shooting and hamilton active staff sergeant to the support center at the pentagon and he is being held without bail this morning. prosecutors are still deciding whether or not to pursue the death penalty. police union has established a fund to help officer guindon's family. we have it on the home page at myfoxboston.com. in the newsroom i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> sara: arming school officers with semiautomatic weapons and northeastern didn't show up. the city councilors were upset by the school's absence. >> shows complete disregard for own students, neighborhood that they are located in, and i
>> sara: city council wants to hold another hearing that northeastern must attend. >> gene: investigation into local state senator. globe reports federal prosecutors on state senator brian joyce and asked information about affordable housing complex in easton. joyce also a lawyer and reportedly represented the developer while the project received millions in government aid and tax breaks. last month confirmed raid on the law office was part of federal investigation. >> julie: 30 in the framingham area and starting to see the delays push back to right about route 9. not quite back to 495 yet but i will let you know if they continue to linger. things slow on 93 south as make way through the cloverleaf, woburn, medford into somerville. live look at the expressway, volume steady and heavy past the gas tank.
the tobin, 50 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector, 38 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. joining us now. shiri is saying bye-bye to the record highs of yesterday and back to march like weather. >> shiri: comes risk for ice overnight tonight with freezing temperatures and areas impacted by that are going to be pretty limited, keeping that in the low threat category but wind and rain developing for everybody here as we hit the wednesday morning commute through about the middle of the day. tuesday not looking too bad out there as long as you don't mind wind served with morning sunshine, 35 in boston, mostly sunny but there are some high, thin clouds, those clouds are the one that will thicken up later this afternoon. 50 miles per hour sustained winds, that's a lot less than it was earlier this morning. sustained winds in the 20s, gusts into the 40s, winds are weakening right now. tap into mostly sunny skies the first half of the day and expect clouds will be increasing for
look at slow the warm-up is, 36 by 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. 38 , lower 40s, all we are squeaking out today, of course, pair that to the fact we were in the 50s and 60s yesterday. not even close today. there's your high, thin clouds that will be moving in, want to pause things up here at midnight tonight because this is the first of the rain and freezing rain moving in. i see as biggest threat, not so much snow and sleet, we could get a little touch of that here into the northern worcester hills, southern new hampshire, southern vermont, but more of the pink which is going to denote rain falling on top of freezing ground which would be freezing rain which means ice for some of you. if you're going to be up early enough tomorrow for many of you the threat will be long gone by the time you wake up. today though we have mostly sunny conditions, 43 in plymouth, 42 boston, 43 beverly, bedford 46, lower 40s worcester, nashua at 46 , 40 from hyannis over to chatham.
into effect at 8:00 and 11:00 and perhaps midnight tonight and this is only going to go until 1:00 a.m. at central massachusetts, merrimack valley and up into southern new hampshire we will get icy accumulation and expecting warming temperature by 7:00 tomorrow morning. so until then nashua, keene, let's be real careful for slippery spots, if you are up early enough tomorrow morning and wouldn't be shocked until 7:00 in the morning the northern worcester hills and 10:00 a.m. comes along and pockets of heavy rain out there, those will not come to end until about lunchtime, that's when the cold front will push out, so until the cold front is gone, going to be wet, windy, very warm back behind it cooling temperatures
gusty weather with us, high 52, first half of the day, 34 high on thursday, bright and cool still breezy, light snow possible friday and sunday coming up. back to you. >> gene: apple and fbi head to capitol hill as battle over cell phone privacy wages on. the small victory apple just won in court that could help their i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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>> gene: 7:24, two high school are reporting racist chants during a varsity basketball game in northwestern indiana. fans of catholic school accused of shouting build a wall and speak english which is made up of hispanic. gene: group of students supporting lgbt student at another student after antigay
badges on social media and other students posted smiley faces in response and students had every right to exercise their free speech until it became more like bullying. gene: student in trouble for sending threats online and did it for emojis and death threats using emojis and posted things like gun, bomb and knife and students have not said if it has taken in i disciplinary action against the student accused of this. >> sara: school cafeterias on short on cash.
a pivotal role in student's success. federal audit discouraged from students buying school lunches. sara: new pill dubbed the female viagra may be more than placebo. it was created to help low sex drive and marginal and they say the risk of side effects are high and often uncomfortable to deal with but four times more likely to experience dizziness and fatigue. sara: self-driving cars are supposed to be safer but apparently there's risk and first serious accident and why google says it won't happen again. >> shiri: check out stunning photo harbor today and you can see as sun came up all about the sunshine.
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watching bernie and watching everyone here in massachusetts and around the super tuesday states. >> julie: lost momentarily. >> shiri: gusting 25 miles per hour in portsmouth, new hampshire and continue to weaken the rest of the morning, 37 borne to falmouth up to marshfield, 35 in boston and abington, wayland coming in at 31 , there, lowell, maynard freezing in spots, tyngsborough as well 32
worcester and thin clouds and a little bit breezy and slide 42 by noon time and highs middle 40s today, a lot cooler than yesterday, in 50s and 60s on the map, but eventually the clouds will make way to rain and freezing rain tonight. i had show what you time it rolls into your town coming up. let's get you back over to julie grauert watching an accident on the pike. >> sara: >> julie: pike eastbound in framingham, delays stacking up to right about route 9 in framingham area, not too severe, and it is in the process of clearing. over to 93 south things sluggish, average speeds 8 miles per hour and route 1 medford and saugus expressway slow going from the braintree split up to right around morrissey boulevard live drive times, 40 on the pike eastbound 495 to mass ave, 42 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike. nearly an hour on 93 south from
gene and sara, back to you. >> gene: polls now open as tens of thousands of voters are expected to turn out on super tuesday. >> sara: election official are expected record turnout today. michael henrich is live in natick where already seen a steady stream of people heading into vote this morning, michael december at least 100 people and trying to tally up how many we have seen and handful at the time into the gymnasium and some of what we just recorded democracy in action and polls opened up at 7:00 a.m. and stay open until 8:00 tonight. interesting developments leading up to super tuesday in massachusetts, secretary of the
20,000 people left democratic party since the start of the year and 3500 of them switched over to the republican party and 16,000 or so ended up going with unrolled and independent status. that's something worth watching because unenrolled daughters can participate in primary, republicans or democrats. i'm a registered republican so between rubio and trump and right now leaning toward trump because he has the best chance to win on the republican side. >> michael: that will bear watching. donald trump billionaire gop front-runner ahead leading up to primary election day. we will continue to follow
with more voters as they head in and out of the polls. ahead in the next report in 30 minutes, the secretary of the commonwealth talks about the chances of seeing a record setting turnout today. that's coming up in half hour. live in natick, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> sara: bernie sanders hoping for big day in new england despite trailing hillary clinton in most national polls. the vermont senator believes he has a chance to win as many as five states today. that includes his home state of vermont and right here in massachusetts. sanders also believes he will have strong showings in minnesota, colorado and oklahoma clinton remains a big favorite in the sixth other states including delegate rich texas. bernie sanders just cast vote in burlington, vermont, and now
that polling station. hillary clinton will be in florida. donald trump appears to be a commanding lead in super tuesday survey show trump leading in every state voting today except for texas. hometown senator ted cruz leads the lone star state and that could be crucial. texas has the most republican delegates up for grabs today. donald trump and marco rubio will be watching results come in >> gene: confrontation between one of the photographers and secret service agent working at donald trump rally. photographer on the ground and journalist says agent grabbed him by the neck and tossed him
he was near the media area and getting tickets of administrators when it happened. >> grabbed me back the neck. >> gene: they are aware the incident. two different groups of black college students also escorted out of trump rallies by police and secret service agent. gene: fake newspaper story about elizabeth warren. she has not endorsed presidential candidate but web page pretending to be new york times article claimed that senator warren had endorsed bernie sanders for president and listed fake quotes from warren and other political figures. warren cast her vote by absentee ballot. fake article was viewed more than 50,000 times before it was taken down.
tuesday coverage and up-to-the-minute results. political reporter sharman sacchetti on her way to join the trump campaign in palm beach, florida. blair miller will be at clinton campaign in miami and ted daniel will be in the sanders campaign live in burlington, vermont. we are also alert being the results as we get them on the news app and fox the 25 news at 10:00 for full results and action. >> sara: cutting late night trains and raising fares. news isn't going well with riders. good morning, jess. >> jessica: good morning, sara if prices go up they will be up ten or 15 cents and past hour or so talking with people as they get on and off the red line south station and most people seem to grow, not high stakes but irritated to know why the "t" about raising prices also cutting services.
hiking fares once again they may have to shell out more for charlie cards aren't too happy. >> why do they have to go up in fares. >> jessica: making harder to swallow cutting service and ending late night service this month and looking to close a 242 million-dollar projected budget deficit and looking to save money a number of different ways. that includes cutting over time pay for workers and cutting service. right now the current price to ride the "t" is $2.10. "t" officials are looking at two different options for the hike. one that had raise fares to 220, another raise prices even more to 225.
than they show they have revenue for. >> jessica: people say it targets low income riders and students and senior citizens that can't afford to pay more. >> they are the most vulnerable. >> jessica: they have projected deficit by more than 40% and despite that they need to raise fares and put all the money for the maintenance projects and should have been done years ago. here in boston this morning, i'm jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> gene: fbi just released transcripts of dzhokhar's interview of beth israel hospital. dzhokhar said he and his brother tamerlan decided on their own where to place their backpacks near the finish line and before
his brother to synchronize the detonation. dzhokhar didn't warn friends to stay away from the marathon because he didn't care if they got hurt. >> sara: two local men facing charges for breaking into a bellingham home and stealing from a dead man inside. the two men are brothers. police say they broke into the home and found the dead man decomposing in the bedroom. they left them there and then ransacked the home. stripped the home of everything valuable, took the man's checkbook, wrote themselves check. brothers were caught when woman went to police because she thought the checks were fishy. >> julie: stoughton train 656 inbound tying on to earlier train stopped on the track and seeing issues on providence stoughton line this morning and winds still around 15 miles per hour in boston and check out how
sends tweet and makes comment and screams it at her. she is suing michael barrett for $75 million after barrett used peephole from adjoining hotel room in 2008. the sportscaster broke down seeing her face all over a newsstand. >> naked body was on front page of new york post. my girlfriend was calling me telling me throwing coffee on all the papers because she felt so bad. it is just crazy. >> daniel: andrews explained how former employer espn forced her to discuss the issue on national television against her will before she was allowed to return to broadcasting duties. he taped andrews so he could sell the videos. he served two and a half years for the crime.
>> gene: apple and fbi taking fight to congress. house committee will hold the first committee on san bernardino case. apple scored a big win yesterday in the new york court. federal judge ruled investigators can't force apple to unlock iphone owned by convicted drug dealer. decision could set a precedent in the san bernardino case. the fbi also wants apple to help them open the phone that belongs to the shooters. apple currently being pressured by federal investigators to break into 13 iphones for various cases across the country. >> sara: google taking responsibility for a car crash involving one of the self driving cars. a car like the one right here california. google says the car was trying to get around something when it the bus. no one was hurt. this is the first known accident that the self-driving car at fault. google since made changes to their software to avoid crashes like this in the future.
astronaut in year will return to earth. scott kelly set to return home, on international space station for 340 days. that is a record for an american kel and he another astronaut have been up there, so scientists could study the effects of space travel on human body. all part of nasa's goal to make sure astronauts can handle the trip to mars. and trip, julie, could take about a year. so pack what you need. >> snacks, water, kleenex, definitely need those things. new accident to tell you about that, 128 in randolph and see those delays stretching back quite a ways almost into st. pete because of that accident at pretty busy interchange. overto the expressway things slow right around the braintree split, then up through neponset and up to columbia road where you can see volume steady and heavy, at least it is a nice clear day out there this morning shiri will explain how that's going to change tomorrow. here are live drive times, 37 minutes on the expressway from
51 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. 18 minutes on 128 northbound from university avenue in westwood to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear with us now dressed for the 30s today, shiri, but we will have some challenges overnight on the roads. >> shiri: today stays quiet, sun out there now, winds calming down and look ahead to the problem weather tomorrow. overnight it starts as a little bit of slippery travel with some freezing rain far inland between midnight and about 7:00 a.m., and then we see heavy rain 50 miles per hour gusts and temperatures peaking tomorrow back into the 50s. it is going to be early, early day highs and then cooling temperatures tomorrow afternoon. so hey, we got high pressure in control today, look forward to the sunshine really from start to finish, 35 right now in boston, winds down to 15 miles per hour sustained, so a little bit of wind chill, does feel like the 20s when you add in
temperatures here kind of slow to respond to the sun we have out there, 9:00 a.m. 36 , by 11:00 a.m. 38 , lower 40s are back this afternoon, along with some increasing high, thin clouds. so going to be thickening up during the afternoon and during overnight, 42 , 44 lawrence, 47 in norwood, more upper 40s as well in framingham, 43 plymouth, 40 in hyannis, lower 40s from worcester to orange up into keene, new hampshire. things are looking pretty bright, see that here with future cast, basically zip through today featuring thin clouds mixing with blue skies, overnight tonight, clouds roll into town this evening and midnight you can see we have the first hint of both rain and freezing rain out there moving from west to east here during the overnight hours, and problem is where we get the flash of pink out across northern mass, worcester hills, southern new hampshire, that's where we have the potential for some icy spots, not looking at a lot of it here south of worcester and merrimack valley, trace amounts
and northern worcester hills, southern new hampshire, southern vermont as well, we could see higher ice totals perhaps a tenth of an inch and even slightly more than that depending how fast we warm up. here at 4:00 tomorrow morning see worcester already expected to be above freezing, central massachusetts as a whole should really warm up before you wake up tomorrow morning, but the problem is i could see a couple spots like fitchburg, nashua, keene, stuck freezing until 7:00 in the morning. that's when everybody is safely warm, boston impeach even at 50 and we have pounding rains, gusty winds, visibility issues because of the heavy rain and then at 1:00 p.m. as we start to dry out, it stays really blustery here for the second half of the day and see gusts 30, even 40 miles per hour here on wednesday afternoon. winds' high 52 but come afternoon we are going to be dropping through the 40s. temperatures as you wake up thursday and friday in the teens, highs close to freezing, bright on friday, slight chance
sunday, better chance for rain-snow mix as we hit monday of next week. back to you. >> sara: it was historic day on supreme court. coming up at 8:00, what one justice did that he hasn't tried in approve this message. her life's work has been about breaking barriers. and so would her presidency. which is why, for every american
>> gene: guardrail slicing through a car but guardrail performed as it was supposed to and following the case on 128 in canton on friday. fox25 investigates confirmed the type of guardrail end cap in friday's crash is same one linked to lawsuits and et focus has been to investigation. speed was excessive enough all the vehicle's energy could not be absorbed by the collapsing end cap causing the car to rotate into the ribbon guardrail we have been in touch with a family friend of the driver. the person tells u.s. he is
heading into the surgery this morning. gene: station have begun removing them all together and 2015 there were nearly 7,000 of the guardrail end caps on roads across the state. >> sara: explosion inside a local police vehicle caught on surveillance video. flashlight exploded inside one of the suv's. a police officer had recharged the batteries earlier in the day unfortunately for him he was inside of the police station at the time of the explosion. the department says they are now making some safety changes. >> look at batteries, knockoff brand, revenue done on lithium batteries. >> sara: consumer product safety commission issued warning about the batteries, specifically when they are used with hover boards. as we have reported the past few
caught fire or exploded around the controversy. >> gene: students trying to keep a big st. patrick's theme party from getting out of control. 2147 people were arrested during the blarney blowout and limited to concert and similar works for this year. >> getting engaged and let people know what kind of bowedries there are. >> gene: headliners will be announced later this week. now, 7:56 this morning, most probable ending to basketball game ever. coming up early celebration that cost the rhode island hospital a state title. >> shiri: normal high march, 32 .
victory and what could accepted both sides to supreme court. >> gene: drivers are on edge and becoming victims of crime just replacing a food order. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> sara: good morning, everybody, it is tuesday, march 1st. it is super tuesday and hope you get out to vote this morning. i'm sara underwood. >> gene: michael henrich reporting live on super tuesday but first fox25 meteorologist shiri spear is in the stormtracker weather center on windy morning. although that's tapering down a little bit. >> gene: be. >> shiri: winds relaxing and not temperatures not budging. 27 in worcester and temperatures get stuck as we travel through the rest of the morning. boston at 35 , right now norwood 35, bedford 34, lawrence 30, 28 in nashua, new hampshire, 39
temperature a little bit better over the cape and islands this morning but through 10:00 this morning, look at that, boston going to about 38 , so go up by a couple degrees. 40 for lunchtime. today sun and high, thin clouds through the afternoon, 4:00 p.m. temperatures here in the 40s, and then as we head toward midnight tonight, look at that, first of the rain, first of the ice moving on in. so up ahead of that today we got highs 40 to 48 , a little bit gusty this morning, guagain, that situation improving now. we got mix of sun and clouds today, show you how long the rain and ice stick around coming up let's send you over to julie grauert with live drive time traffic, keeping an eye on slow spots. 93 south still very sluggish as you head through medford down into somerville. we have an accident on route 3 at 495 but not having huge impact on drive time. live look at route 1 where volume remains steady and heavy.
minutes route 1 from 128 to the tobin, 46 minutes on 93 south connector. 37 minutes on 128 southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. gene and sara, back to you. >> sara: super tuesday is here and by the time voting done it could score a huge lead and massachusetts one of the 11 states along with american samoa making presidential pecs today. republicans will vote in 13 states. michael henrich live at polling station in natick and voting has been going on for about an hour now. good morning, michael. >> michael: good morning, sara already in the natick community and senior senior to cast the votes dozens upon dozens, upwards of couple hundred by this point and speaking with handful over the past several minutes just to get things how
the way, until 8:00 tonight. one of the reasons we are so curious is what the secretary of the commonwealth, william galvin said, just yesterday about his expectations for the race. he says he believes that upwards of 700,000 people could vote in the republican primary. that would be more than 200,000 votes rather than in 2008, plus there are only 468,000 registered republicans here in massachusetts. so that would be quite a number, of course, counting participation of many of the unenrolled voters that could vote in either primary. we spoke with one unenrolled voter a couple minutes ago and picking upa i democratic ballot. >> i'm going to vote for bernie sanders. >> michael: why is that? >> i like what he says. i think he is authentic and
said throughout the campaign. hear from some of them in the next half hour in our next report as we follow this super tuesday voting very closely. for now live in natick, michael henrich, fox25 news. >> sara: seconds before 7:30 this morning bernie sanders cast own vote in home state of vermont. we brought it to you live from burlington. hillary clinton won't cast her own vote until new york's primary in april. sanders will be in his home state of vermont tonight as the super tuesday results roll in. hillary clinton will be in florida. >> gene: charlie baker had supported chris christie for president but christie no longer a candidate, he dropped out. new jersey governor made headlines last week when he
governor baker would not say who he voted for but he did say it was not donald trump or ted cruz trump casting himself as front-runner, billionaire is repeatedly mentioning several polls which gave him a commanding lead. survey showed trump leading in every single state except for texas where most delegates up for grabs on super tuesday. hometown senator ted cruz leads in texas. both cruz and florida senator marco rubio said vote for trump is bad for the gop. gene: donald trump and senator rubio will be in florida to watch the results as they come in tonight. senator cruz will be in home state of texas. fox25 home for complete super tuesday colon and up-to-the-minute reports, political reporter sharman sacchetti in palm beach, florida blair miller flying out now and tyson delgado will be sanders live in burlington, vermont and
the news app. >> sara: one dead and another is hurt following high speed crash on route 24 this morning. one person thrown from the van as it flew over a guardrail and rolls right into the woods into the scene. another person was rushed to brockton hospital with serious injuries. now, this all happened at exit 20 in randolph. all lanes of the highway are now open. also this morning, someone is targeting and robbing cab and delivery drivers in the area. now police want everyone to be safe out on the roads. fox25 catherine parrotta is live in worcester where drivers are taking precautions. catherine? >> catherine: these robberies have been happening for awhile and warning drivers to be on alert. police say the suspects are still out there. now, according to police the robbery started in december. again, there have been about a
dozen happening since january, and they are happening across the city of worcester. delivery drivers for pizza shops and cabbies have been the targets. some of the drivers are so scared they quit their jobs. one single mother worked as cab driver says she is taking her own precaution. >> emergency button in here and don't like the looks of them, they don't get in. >> catherine: worcester release have released safety tips and car toppers drivers and acting on spur of the moment and callbacks to verify the order where it is being delivered and police say drivers should never get out of the car to deliver to a dark home. they say they should look around from inside the vehicle ask call 911 if the address looks suspicious, and police are also asking for the public's help. they say if you have any information about this robberies, do the right thing, give them a call. meantime we spoke with two people who could be affected by these robberies. one business already has been affected, so hear from some of the people coming up next hour.
parrotta, fox25 news. >> sara: police found car involved about a mile away from the scene with a different license plate and this morning the seven continues for the driver. on sunday the couple was hit outside the worcester flea market. the couple's teenage daughter witnessed everything, even banged on driver's windows to try to stop her. police say the husband is now out of a hospital but his wife remains in serious condition. >> gene: person wearing a scary mask commits a violent attack inside a store. this is what the police looked like before shooting the gas station clerk in cranston, rhode island last night. you can see the person wearing skull mask and black hoodie. shot several times but did survive. the suspect ran out after the shooting and remains on the loose. >> gene: also new this morning police hope this surveillance video help catch a man threatened local convenience store clerk with a syringe and man walked into the village mart on saturday ask struggled with the clerk and man pulled out the
victim and few seconds later the man ran out of the store. >> sara: boston police are involved in deadly shootout in dorchester, and fox25 has obtained sudbury river of -- surveillance video of the shooting. you can hear the officers ask the suspect to drop his gun. >> drop the [bleep] gun. >> sara: this happened february 12th. officers were responding to a home invasion. see pete fanfan in top right corner as officer arrives and cruiser on the left as fanfan raises his hand. the officers was walking out from behind his cruiser with his gun. one person was also shot in the home invasion. fanfan's family asked the d.a. not release the video until after his funeral this past weekend. two dartmouth police officers are on administrative leave this morning for shooting a man that came out them with a knife. state police are now
the suspect,, -- ryan kuphal, is recovering. he fought with his mother and drove off. officers ran at him with a knife and shat at him after a taser didn't work. kuphal will be sent back to massachusetts to face charges of domestic assault, larceny and carjacking. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. right now on 93 southbound getting to thick of your morning commute. 46 minute drive from 495 in andover down to the zakim. shiri? >> shiri: temperatures in the 30s under mostly sunny skies. wind backing off right now and as you head home from work later, few more clouds and in the 40s and how much warmer and wetter it will be for wednesday coming up. >> gene: coming up why new england university is refusing to sell red bull. >> sara: rookie cop with new england ties is killed on first day of work. next overwhelming show of support and plans f
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>> gene: funeral for new england native will happen today daniel miller joins us now with details on why she will eventually be brought back home. >> daniel: today at noon ashley guindon's funeral is taking place in west springfield that's where her father is buried. responding to domestic violence call. it was her first day on the job just one day after being sworn in. as you can see here police cruiser has been turned into a growing tribute of flowers. guindon was merrimack native and held a moment of silence yesterday and people in new
community in virginia are doing the same. ronald hamilton's wife called police and she was killed. he was assigned to support staff at pentagon and held without bail this morning. prosecutors still deciding whether or not to pursue the death penalty. police union helped established fund in family. i have that on myfoxboston.com. newsroom this morning, i'm
news. >> sara: two high schools now reporting racist chants by fans game. this is from northwestern indiana. fans of catholic school are accused of shouting build a wall and fans from the school responded in spanish with chant that means yes, we can. >> gene: school cafeteria short on cash and turning to washington for help. local school lunch director coming it the d.c. this week ask congress to chip in extra 35 cents per meal and they play a pivotal role in success. >> children with healthy breakfast and lunch improves the behavior, test scores. >> gene: usda spokeswoman says children can charge more for meals in the added cost but federal audit last fall raising
buying school lunches. >> julie: braintree split to columbia road. 93 south average speeds 8 miles per hour as you head from woburn into somerville and seeing heavy volume as well as you approach the tobin bridge. wide look at the zakim bridge where you can see volume remains steady and heavy heading into boston. over to live drive time, 43 minutes on the pike eastbound from 495 to mass ave. 38 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike, 45 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. shiri, i know you said the wind will start to die down around the 7:00 hour and still in the progression. wind gusts 30 to 40 miles per hour, going to look forward to the weather threats tonight and tomorrow and that's going to involve a little bit of sleet and mostly a little bit of ice out there.
problems gone by the time you wake up tomorrow morning and tomorrow will be heavy rain and wind. i think that's where it is going to get tricky out there. 35 in boston and bet you're liking those mostly sunny skies, the wind now sustained 12 miles per hour and yes, it is a little bit breezy, but it is not going to do any damage. these wind gusts and speeds really are just going to be something you notice, verses any kind of nuisance i suspect at this point. winds will be pretty light once we get into the afternoon and temperatures into the lower 40s and means don't have massive warm 81 -- warm-up coming into town and despite all the mostly sunny skies, high, thin clouds temperaturewise today, really going to be talking low to mid-40s for most. check out what happens at midnight tonight. midnight first of the rain drops out there where we get the pink temperatures are freezing at the ground, so getting ice developing.
last long because temperatures will rise and everybody above freezing, 42 in boston this morning, 42 in beverly, 43 in plymouth and middle 40s norwood to bedford 45, 40 hyannis and soak up the sun when we can and winter weather advisory and central massachusetts it only goes and merrimack valley into 1:00 a.m. and unless you're traveling at 1:00 a.m. things should be nice and mild to have plain rain out there, goes until 7:00 a.m. in southern new hampshire, and even there seeing indications based on some of the latest stuff i was looking at, that by 4:00 in the morning almost everybody will be above freezing and that's what future cast is also reiterating here. yes, there's a threat that couple spots will have a tough time warming up, get a little bit of cold air stuck and go until 7:00 a.m. to keep you safe, just to keep you alert to the potential of some lingering chilly spots and temperatures in
50s from boston into southeastern massachusetts. tomorrow morning going to be incredibly wet. we got about an inch to half inch of reason coming through. it is going to come through with wind gusting 15 miles per hour and even through late-morning. 10:00 a.m. we still got showers out there, going to move out around lunchtime tomorrow, then we get the clouds breaking apart, stays very blustery the second half of the day and see 50, 60 miles per hour and 30 to 40 miles per hour and noticeable wind, that's going to be the kind of forecast where you want to stay on top of wind speeds what they are doing and fox25 weather app pretty handy as well and 51 in boston, norwood, plymouth, beverly, 46 in worcester, 50 in nashua, we will achieve the temperatures before noon and then temperatures will flip back into the 30s here tomorrow afternoon. cool with teens to wake to on thursday and friday, highs close
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like i cannot believe it. >> julie: already done the dog pile. >> got to play. >> gene: heads up play. >>. >> shiri: don't count your chickens before they hatch. got rain and ice coming back into play overnight tonight and into the day tomorrow. showers peaking during the morning commute and take you
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officially begins but really 34 days is when it will truly feel like spring because the sox will kick off the season. you made the graphic earlier today, and just brightens my morning. >> shiri: so exciting. >> gene: first day of meteorological -- >> shiri: yes because we consider that -- >> gene: another word for it. >> shiri: things start to warm up, march, april, may and things get a little bit warmer and take look back at winter as well and have really neat article that we posted on myfoxboston.com and it is about how meteorological winter stacked up and still winds kind of breezy, 18 miles per hour in boston and bedford,
as well. 38 in bourne, 37 plymouth in marshfield, 35 in boston, hope you like the way these temperatures feel because that's what i have for you the rest of the morning, 34 in natick and millis, 32 woburn, 33 tyngsborough to 27 in worcester and 27 in keene, new hampshire. it is still kind of chilly out there, freezing temperatures north and west of boston now. boston itself at about 36 . still just a little bit breezy. mostly sunny skies, mostly sunny as well at noon time around 40 . 46 at 3:00 p.m. with increasing clouds and by 7:00 this evening we are back down to about 37 , and those 30s, that's what sets the stage for a little bit of ice for some of you before the flip to rain by early tomorrow morning. i'm going to time out changes coming up in a few. now, let's send you back or to julie grauert with live drive time traffic. >> julie: average speeds 9 miles per hour so slow going as you head from woburn down to medford and into somerville and
approach the tobin bridge. expressway slow from the braintree split, up until columbia road, you can see the live look, very slow going in the hov lane and then in the rest of the lanes as you head northbound, southbound moving along fine. here are drive times 36 minutes on the expressway from the braintree split to the pike, 45 minutes on 93 south from 495 to the leverett connector. >> sara: voters cast ballots on super tuesday. this is a critical day for the presidential candidates who are competing in more than a dozen primaries and caucuses across the countries. fox25 michael henrich is live outside polling station in natick where a steady stream of voters have been casting ballots before heading to work, michael. >> michael: fun speaking with
senior senior and one of many polling places in metrowest and handful of people to exercise their right to vote on this super tuesday presidential primary here. now, there are a lot of people here this year alone and primary atillation and secretary of the commonwealth says 20,000 people have left the democratic party. 35 of them switched right over to the republican side of things and about 16,000 decided to be unenrolled. very popular choice. 53% of the electorate unenrolled leaving them with option to vote in gop or democratic primary today. we spoke with one person about 45 minutes ago and asked them what he was leaning toward as unenrolled voter and how he ended up making his choice. it has been very entertaining but nobody would convince me on the republican side.
back several years, mitt romney looks pretty good this year i would say. i'm going to vote for hillary today and i think she is the best choice and it was not a difficult decision. >> secretary of the commonwealth also talked about the possibility of seeing a record setting turnout here on primary day full of presidential primary and go over that in greater detail coming up in the next report in 30 minutes. live in natick on super tuesday. >> gene: joined by tom whalen, 11 states up for grabs today on super tuesday in terms of primaries. who's expected to be the big winners? >> hillary and trump and wrap it all up and cruz cannot survive losing his own state.
will get out after today? >> john kasich waiting until everything goes to the north. illinois, michigan, home state of ohio and sanders raised apparently about $40 million the end of february, so he could stay in until convention. doesn't bernie really need massachusetts? delegate mass starting to work against him. >> blue state in the union, he has to win the state if he has any credibility moving forward. >> reports that a lot of democrats are dropping out of the party and donald trump, what do you make of that? support trump or make sure he wins because like favorable match and favorable match-up for there. >> more getting trump out of the way and that's bad news, particularly for bernie sanders because he needs every vote he
to be a close race. >> gene: stay with us for complete super tuesday coverage of everything that's going on for you want to the minute results. political reporter sharman sacchetti will be with the campaign in palm beach, florida, blair miller in miami and ted daniel in burlington, vermont. we will alert you as we get them on the news app and watch for full results and reaction. >> sara: looks like hike is imminent and another train popular with college kids is getting cut. not so happy about the changes. >> jessica: prices for "t" could go up ten or 15 cents and chatting with people here at
the busiest stops on the red line and people seem to understand the money going toward maintaining the "t," a lot of them not too pleased about it today. as the mbta gets ready to vote on hiking fairs one against, commuters learning they may have to shell out more for trolley cards are not too happy this morning. >> don't get it why you have to go up in fares. >> jessica: next monday the board will votey raise fares 6.7 or nine points 7%, making it harder to swallow cutting service and ending light night service program this month. "t" official looking to close 242 million-dollar projected budget deficit and are looking to save money a number of different ways. that includes cutting overtime pay for workers and cutting service. right now the current price to ride the "t" is $2.10. "t" official are looking at two different options for the hike.
raise prices even more to 225. >> this board statutorily to have a budget for fiscal year. can't spend more than they show they have revenue for. >> people ride "t" and against the hikes say it is unfair and targets low income rider, students and senior citizens who just can't afford to pay more. >> i feel like they are dumping problem on people because most vulnerable. >> jessica: all four board members at last night's meeting, voted to end the late night service program and only been in place for two years now since march 2014. the board says it will save $9 million by not having it and they just were not having enough ridership to keep it going. live at south station, jessica reyes, fox25 news. >> gene: looking at dzhokhar tsamaev's first words. fbi has released transcript at
dzhokhar said both he and brother tamerlan decided on their own where to place the backpacks where the finish line, and before detonating his device, dzhokhar called his brother to synchronize the detonation. dzhokhar says he didn't warn friends to stay away from the marathon because he didn't care if they got hurt. >> >> sara: two men that are brothers broke in and found dead man decomposing in the bedroom and left him there and ransacked the home. they stripped the home of everything valuable and even took the man's checkbook and wrote themselves check. the brother were caught when woman went to police because she thought the checks were fishy. >> gene: northeastern university disrespecting the city. last night police, counselors and students attended hearing to discuss arming school officers with semiautomatic weapon. northeastern didn't show up.
the school's absence. >> shows disrespect and disregard for their own students, neighborhood they are located in and i believe for the city of boston. >> gene: city council wants to hold another hearing that northeastern must attend. >> julie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes. right now on the expressway, 22 minute commute from the braintree split to columbia road shiri? >> shiri: 35 and a little bit of blows, 12 miles per hour winds gusting to 18 and afternoon i will time out the return of the winds and wet weather next. >> gene: 8:40 tuesday morning and that could be the future of air travel. why nasa says this plane will be faster and quieter than any
put bars over me and girlfriend calling me telling me she was throwing coffee on all the papers because she felt so bad. it was just crazy. >> daniel: she explained how former employer used her to discuss the issue on national television against her will before she was allowed to return to broadcasting duties. he taped andrews so he could sell the videos. he served two and a half years in prison for the crime. in the newsroom this morning, i'm daniel miller, fox25 news. >> gene: house committee hold first committee on san bernardino case. apple scored a big win in new york court yesterday. federal judge ruled they can not force apple to unlock iphone owned by convicted drug dealer and could set precedent in the
they want apple to help them open the phone. apple being pressured to break into iphones various cases across the country. >> gene: clarence thomas asked about beening of gun for domestic violence offenders and seemed to imply he was against such a ban for misdemeanor offenders. only time he spoke from the bench the last ten years was to crack a joke about yale. >> sara: state police guardrail slicing through a car and guardrail performed as it was supposed to. we have been following the case since the crash on 128 in canton on friday. fox25 investigates has confirmed the type of guardrail end cap in friday's crash is same one linked in lawsuits to fatalities and dismemberments. the et plus also been the case
but state police tell us that, quote, speed was excessive enough that all the vehicle's energy could not be absorbs for the collapsing end cap to rotate in ribbon guardrail. we have been in touch and told us recovering into hospital and heading into injury this morning mass dot replaces terminal when damaged. other states removing them altogether. 2015 there were nearly 7,000 of these guardrail end caps on roads across the state. >> julie: you can see things slow on drive times, 24 minutes route 1 from 138 to the tobin, 41 minutes on 93 south from 495
minutes on 128 to southbound from route 1 in peabody to the weston tolls. meteorologist shiri spear joining us now. shiri, the wind has kind of let up. looking at clear commute. really nice tuesday forecast and look at problems we will see here for wednesday. potential for couple slippery spots inland through 7:00 a.m. because that's when the winter advisory expires and thinking 4:00 tomorrow morning most locations will be above freezing and gusts tomorrow morning and temperatures in the 50s and peaking early in the day, we will cool down tomorrow afternoon. this is today, set-up today, we get this half of the map, good half of the map because features sun and thin clouds, this is the mess that we tap into tomorrow. let's take you hour-by-hour through today, starting right now at 35 degrees in boston, 12 miles per hour breeze isn't going to hurt anybody. we got temperatures in the upper
we speak in the lower 40s today, and then as we hit the afternoon we will stay steady in the upper 30s in boston, so boston you're not going to be freezing as the rain moves in, not as risk for seeing ice in the city itself. 42 in boston, 43 in lawrence, 43 in plymouth, we got upper 40s, above 46 norwood over to framingham, 41 worcester, 44 manchester, and 40 in hyannis. let's particular you through future cast, step-by-step locate the forecast today involves what do you know the sunshine i have been talking about. i want to pause things up at midnight. first of the rain drops heading into the worcester hills, this is brand-new updates. so i do encourage you to come on over and freshest information and got hints of pink near worcester, that's the chance for a little bit of ice in the northern worcester hills and up into southern new hampshire.
about one or 2:00 a.m. and fitchburg around 40 and a little skeptical and fitchburg slow to warm up and locations let's say through 7:00 tomorrow morning should be on alert to the potential of some ice, but these numbers and straight up with the rain and heavy rain and wind in the forecast 10:00 a.m. and after that the afternoon is going to bring some increasing sunshine, very gusty all day tomorrow, thursday wake up to the teens, 34, friday light snow and 33 over the weekend going dry on saturday, sunday more light snow and monday we got a little bit of mix in the works.
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fatal crash in paris back in 2000. >> gene: local man puts health at risk to fight off a robber. see the battle that took place inside a store and weapon which could have been extremely dangerous. >> shiri: normal high temperature march 1st 42 by the end of the month, high temperature 50. i will show you how march like it is today when we get a little bit of warm-up next.
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>> daniel: mystery around key lawmaker votes this morning. >> julie: new ruling that could send both sides to the supreme court. complete new england news coverage starts right now. this is the fox25 morning news. >> julie: good morning 9:00 on super tuesday, i'm julie grauert. >> daniel: i'm daniel miller. windy morning but things have died down. meteorologist shiri spear stormtracker weather center with look at rising temperatures. >> shiri: we have gone up a degree in boston, warm-up has officially started, 37 plymouth and norwood, 31 still freezing