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and smooth finish that's never bitter. put down the dark roast you've been putting up with and reach for the one you deserve. >> they are not the stereotypical people that we think of when we first year addicts. sean: a new poll shows heroin is now the biggest issue facing our states, and the deadly epidemic is affecting a wide range of people. police are looking for the driver they say caused this crash in nashua and then ran off. what troopers spotted the vehicle doing just moments earlier. kevin: a bit cooler, but a lot of sunshine and then answers to change tomorrow. even more changes for the holiday weekend ahead. sean: the race for governor starting to take shape with another candidate set to officially launches campaign this morning.
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sean: good morning, new hampshire. i' m sean mcdonald. it is thursday. going to be another beautiful day weather-wise. we' re in the middle of a great stretch them out with the exception, perhaps, tomorrow. kevin: one of the ranges we will have his tomorrow. today, though, nothing but sunshine. light northerly breeze and little bit cool to start, but not too bad. you can see clear skies out there now. the next system will be fairly quick moving, but will be around if people will be traveling across new england to get to holiday destinations. near 54 manchester. highs for most will be in the low to mid 60' s. i' m 50' s up north with clouds increasing overnight tonight. much more new forecast coming up. it' s take a look at the morning ride. we' re joined live by 95.7 wzid' s
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deb davidson. good morning deb. ,>> 93 is looking great from chilton all the way down to the -- and then again from manchester down to londonderry and salem. 293 is moving well to the city, even up to speed through the lane shifts between exit 5 and 3. in manchester yesterday, we did have a water main break that shutdown brown avenue for a while. it has been completely repaired and all the roads in the area are open with no road restrictions. 101 is an easy ride through out to the coast and 95 and but corrections are up to speed out on the seacoast. i' m deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean: hundreds of people have died from drug overdoses in new hampshire in the last couple of years and countless more have
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and now, according to a new wmur granite state poll heroin is the , most important problem facing it' s the first time in eight years that jobs and the economy have not top the list. wmur' s ray brewer is live in derry this morning where a crowd gathered to discuss the epidemic especially the impact on young , people. ray: about 150 parents and educators gathered here at the derry boys and girls club last night to talk about the signs and the need for high quality, ongoing treatment. the forum was called our "our children and the opiate crisis." several doctors and therapists spoke about how many young people start using prescribed pain-killers to treat sports injuries, but think it hoped. and when their prescriptions run out, many turn to the cheaper, more available heroin. lila mazzola talked about how she lost her oldest son ten months ago to an overdose. >> we need to be supportive and
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on what to look out for, for signs, but what to do if, heaven help you, it hits your home. ray: governor maggie hassan also spoke at the forum last night. she addressed the need for additional funding to combat drug abuse and to strengthen education and prevention programs in communities. with the heroin epidemic growing more and more towns are holding , forums like this. reporting live in derry ray , brewer wmur news 9. sean: the man in charge of leading new hamphire' s fight against the heroin epidemic sat down with our josh mcelveen yesterday and says the best thing to do if you or someone you know needs help, go to nhtreatment.org. >> they put in their zip code and they can see the treatment providers in their neighborhood. there' s names, there' s addresses. they can start calling. it' s not as easy as having your appendix out. but it is easy to use. it is very friendly. it maps every service in the state of new hampshire, and
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there' s a lot of service providers. sean: again, that website is nhtreatment.org, which will help connect people with drug treatment options. with governor maggie hassan announcing this week that she will run for the u.s. senate the , race to replace her in the corner office is starting to grow. executive councilor colin van ostern will officially launch his campaign this morning in manchester. the 36-year-old democrat from concord has served on the executive council since 2012 and works at southern new hampshire university. fellow executive councilor chris sununu has already announced that he is running for governor on the republican side. right now state police are looking for the driver they say caused a three car crash in nashua last night and then ran off. a trooper spotted a black suv driving erratically along the everett turnpike just before when the trooper tried to catch 5:30. up found the suv had crashed, , getting off at exit one.
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the drivers of the other two cars were treated for minor injuries. again, police have not been able to find the driver of the black 2003 mercury suv. police say both speed and drugs are likely to blame for a serious crash in pelham the driver, a 28-year-old man from massachusetts, was flown to a boston hospital with possibly life-threatening injuries. police say he went off the left side of bridge street yesterday afternoon and hit several trees knocking him unconscious. , manchester police are looking for the masked man they say robbed the shop&go on massabesic street last night. officers say the man entered the store just after 8:30 wearing a ski mask and demanded cash before running off. a west stewartstown man who faced intense scrutiny after his step daughter was murdered four years ago is behind bars this morning on unrelated charges. 52-year-old wendell noyes is charged with criminal trespass and resisting arrest. he was arrested at his home in west stewartstown on sunday after complaints about disturbances at a mobile home park and a store as well as
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no arrests have ever been made in the murder of 11-year-old celina cass, but investigators say the case remains open. the man accused of stabbing a mother of five to death inside a supermarket in maine is expected to plead guilty to murder today and ask for a life sentence. connor maccalister is charged with slitting wendy boudreau' s throat back in august inside the shaws in saco. investigators say mccalister did not know the woman. still to come on news 9 daybreak, doctors could soon be making a lot more house calls in new hampshire -- sort of. telemedicine will soon be available for thousands of patients. >> i' m really strong and i just want to go home. sean: this little boy is getting his wish after spending more than a year in the hospital, and he was even able to walk out under his own power. and in the next half hour manchester' s finest are sporting , a little extra fuzz these days. but all those beards are helping local children.
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>> we start out with temperatures in the upper range of the 40' s. a beautiful sunrise and what should be a great autumn day with temperatures in the low and mid 60' s. clouds and showers are in the forecast. we will talk about that and the holiday weekend coming up. sean: a beautiful sunrise. your ipad, smart phone or computer could soon be key to helping you get medical attention. anthem blue cross blue shield is introducing telemedicine to its 290,000 customers in new hampshire. once patients register for live help online and answer a short
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any time of day any day of the year. all are licensed in new hampshire and can discuss non emergency health issues. >> i can honestly say in three years and two months that i have only sent one child to the er , and that was for a burn. so usually, i' m referring them back to their primary care physician probably the next day if it' s something i feel i can' t treat. sean: starting january 1, most anthem blue cross and blue shield members will have the normal office co-pay for an online visit. a little boy from massachusetts is finally home this morning after spending more than a month in the hospital. >> yay, christian. sean: three-year-old christian caruso contracted some sort of virus that attacked his spinal cord and brain leaving him , paralyzed and unable to speak or breathe on his own. doctors thought he would only be in the hospital for 12 to 14 weeks but that stretched to 14 , months. now incredibly he walked out of , the hospital on his own power and can speak eat and stand on his own and doctors say they
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expect that christian will make a full recovery. amazing. good for him. 6:11, coming up, it has been ten we' ll speak with some of the people who led the effort to repair the miles and miles of plus, buy local. a new study suggests that
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pay more for local produce. it is time to deal with skyrocketing out-of-pocket costs. commentator: the 32-year-old head of a pharmaceutical company raised the price of a life-saving drug overnight by 5,000%. to crack down on these abuses. he may be lowering it after hillary clinton blasted him out of the water. her plan would limit the out-of-pocket costs that consumers have to pay. clinton: nobody in america should have to choose between buying the medicine they need and paying their rent.
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sean: house republicans are scheduled to vote today on their choice to replace outgoing speaker john boehner. even though the gop controls the house, their choice today isn' t necessarily a lock to get the job. that' s because there is some dissent within the party and some members could break party lines when the full house votes later this month. current majority leader kevin mccarthy and congressman jason chaffetz are running for house speaker. the federal bankruptcy court for new hampshire is moving.
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space in manchester. but by the summer of 2017 it the u.s. district court house in concord a move that officials , say will save a lot of money without costing any jobs. this is part of a mandate that the federal judiciary reduce the amount of space it takes up by 3% across the country. it seems that granite staters are willing to pay more for locally grown fruits and vegetables, but not necessarily for organic. according to a study by unh new hampshire residents spend about 21% of their grocery budget on fresh produce. and many like to support local farms and feel that locally grown produce is a better product, though most actually buy the local produce at grocery stores instead of farm stands or farmers markets. this month marks 10 years since the deadly flood in alstead one of the most important projects after the flood was to get the roads open again. and network largely fell to the state department of transportation.
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wmur' s andy hershberger met some of the people who faced a giant task and tackled it head on. andy their job was to put the : roads and bridges back together. a task, at times, that seemed pretty overwhelming. >> you know i think the first , thing that comes in is just the displacement. just the displacement of that community was the first thing that just caught my eye. andy mark moran had seen this : type of destruction before. he was in north carolina for hurricanes fran and floyd. but the alstead flood was different because it was his responsibility to get traffic moving to an area that needed help. >> when you got out there and you find large segments with no payment, with no reference it' s , definitely overwhelming. andy he spent a week working on : route 9 between roxbury and sullivan, then turned his attention to route 123 and a six mile stretch of road that was virtually destroyed. they developed a two pronged approach where clean up and construction would happen together.
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on a relatively simple approach. so we started, basically, recycling. we found out we had a lot of wood mixed with dirt mixed with tires. we had like 90 something tons of tires that had washed down. andy wood was burned around the : clock for 3 days. stumps were shaken and the dirt given to local farms who had lost top soil. every effort was made to get personal items back to their owners. >> it was tough. it was tough for the people that were there. you felt bad for the people that were there. the people that live in the community. so as we' re doing this clean up. i' m very congnisant of what they' re feeling. andy the clean up and initial : road work lasted months. more permanent fixes to the town and the entire area would take years. andy hershberger, wmur news 9. sean: tonight we will have much more this 10 year anniversary. alstead was ground zero, but many saw these washouts.
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kevin: when you have a tornado, you generally have that in the summer months, but flooding can happen any part of the year for us. that is always the moderate consideration of any sort of hazard for us around here in the granite date. we start off this morning looking at the cooler air as to bidders are in the 20' morning with partly cloudy skies s this morning with partly cloudy skies. mid 40' s and central parts of the state. a good deal of sunshine expected for us today, light northerly breeze will keep things very comfortable with the autumn feel end of the afternoon. temperatures today in the low-to-mid 60' s for most, some 50' s up north. quick moving system does not look like all that much right now, but i think by the time this gets here, there could be a 10th of an inch to maybe a half inch rainfall arriving just before sunrise tomorrow in the north country and exiting the seacoast probably around mid-evening tomorrow night.
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manchester. you will notice a little surge of warmth trying to make its way in, but cut off at the cooler air coming in today. high temperatures in the low to mid 60' s, close to where we should be for this time of year. with sunshine and the light northerly wind, should feel like mid autumn day with sunshine. we will start the evening with clear skies, temperatures and 40' the clouds moving overnight. northern and western areas, best chance of a sunrise shower and then it moves west to east across the area. a couple of downpours and ball. should not be an all-day situation, but they will be out there more often than not for the afternoon before pulling away to marr evening. skies clear overnight, setting a perfect timing for the weekend and folks off on columbus day holiday weekend, as we' re expecting almost nothing but sunshine for all three days. there will be a weak system gliding through canada on sunday. that is it. the next front, moving into the
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pacific northwest now, get through the chance of a couple of showers by tuesday. high temperatures today with a good deal of sunshine in the low and mid 60' s. the light northerly breeze that turns to the south tonight after a clear start of the evening, starting to see clouds roll in. by early tomorrow morning, starting to see showers push and from the west for western and northern areas and then enveloping the rest of the area after. scattered chances of showers by 6:00 to 7:00 tomorrow evening. and skies start to clear tomorrow night. should be a brighter day on saturday, coolest over the holiday weekend on saturday, 50' s to lower 60' s. 60' s for most on sunday and in 60' s to maybe even lower 70' s for columbus day. partly to mostly sunny skies, chilly us to of the knights will be saturday night. -- chilly asked of the nights will be saturday night. sean: let' here'
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ray: the heroin epidemic is the number one concern of the granite state according to a new poll. 150 people gathered last night to discuss the problem. several doctors and there is spoke about how many of people start by using painkillers to treat sports injuries and then get hooked. they talked about the signs and symptoms of opiate abuse and the need for high-quality ongoing treatment. sean: state executive councilor colin van ostern is set to launch his campaign for governor today. the democrat from concord is the second candidate to officially join the race. republican chris sununu is already in. state police are looking for the driver they say caused a three car crash in nashua last night and then ran off. troopers say the driver of a black 2003 mercury suv crashed getting off at exit one on the everett turnpike. coming up on daybreak, daddy' s home. a little girl couldn' t wait to
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>> a nice start to this thursday morning. a little bit of a northerly breeze initially and that should be at around 10 miles per hour in the afternoon, but nothing but full sunshine today. the opposite tomorrow, nothing but clouds and scattered showers. we will talk about additional changes for the holiday weekend, coming up. sean: the museum of modern art in new york city is hosting what is being called a once in a lifetime event. it is the best collection of sculptures by pablo picasso ever assembled in a single place. museum. kevin: curators spent more than three years gathering the pieces from around the world many of which use common household items including one featuring two , kitchen colanders. sean: these are the sculptures you have to stare at for a while. soldier homecomings are always girl in colorado just couldn' t
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daddy. 300 soldiers were still lined up and in formation at fort carson in colorado yesterday but a little girl made a break for it to get a hug. the crowd cheered as the two embraces and then the girl ran back to her mother. the soldiers had been gone for 8 months. kevin: i' m guessing she is two or sean: coming up in the next three. half-hour president obama is , issuing a rare apology after an airstrike hit a doctors without borders hospital in afghanistan and there are calls for an international
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur news 9 daybreak. sean: good morning, it is thursday, october 8, a beautiful sunrise in portsmouth, but a rainy friday on tap. our top stories. first, dozens of people turned out in derry last night for a public forum on the opiod crisis. this comes as a new wmur-granite state poll shows that heroin is the most important problem our state is facing. there are new developments in the search for a pair of missing roommates. manchester police say the man has been found dead, but the woman is still missing. and berlin police say a suspected drug dealer is now behind bars following a year-long investigation.
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a beautiful day today, not so much tomorrow? kevin: we had to take our medicine to get into the weekend with really nice weather. tomorrow has to be the shower day and it looks like the timing sets up pretty well for the weekend itself. today, low and mid 60' s for most with sunshine, clouds increasing after midnight tonight. some showers push in tomorrow morning. they will be off and on tomorrow . the end game is to clear the deck and move the system out friday night, setting up what should be a really nice weekend. the roads. let' morning. live look at i-93 from our common man camera in windham. kevin: for a look at the morning drive here in the granite state, re joined live by 95.7 wzid' s deb davidson. good morning, deb. >> on major roadways in new hampshire are looking good and up to speed. we are getting word from the department of transportation on interstate 89 and 11 area, exit going on. the crews are working on the
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on 89 south into concord, it looks good at the junction with 93. 93 remains of to speed all the way to the state line with massachusetts. in manchester, yesterday' s big headache at brown avenue and south beach street, with a water main break that caused some road closures but that has been repaired and all roads are reopened this morning for commuters. heading out to the airport as well. 101, 111, spalding in the everett turnpike are all up to speed. this report brought to you by peters honda, nissan and kia of nashua. i' m deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean: a new wmur-granite state poll shows that heroin addiction is now the most important problem new hampshire is facing. nearly half of granite state adults say they personally know someone who has abused heroin in the last five years. that number jumped to 60% for residents 18 to 35-years-old. ray brewer joins us live in derry now. people dealing with this
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epidemic first-hand spoke out at a public forum last night. ray: good morning. about 150 parents and educators showed up at the derry boys and girls club for an informative "our children and the opiate crisis." >> i have to start by saying, before i came here, i stopped at the cemetery. ray: straight talk about an issue now hitting at the heart of every new hampshire community. >> i lost my oldest son peter 10 months ago last weekend to an overdose. ray: experts talked about gateway drugs and warning signs, but the emphasis was on awareness and education about an opioid crisis hitting all ages, many of them young people between the ages of 19 and experts say they start taking 25. pain killers for fun, but they need more to get the same feeling. and when the prescription runs out, they often turn to the
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>> so the person you are buying them from says to you "i got , something cheaper," and that something else is mostly likely heroin. ray: the crowd got to see what heroin looks like, what it costs, and how it is now often mixed with fentanyl. >> now we' re taking a drug unknowingly that is 5, 10, 50 times stronger, and they' re overdosing. ray: the governor calls the opioid crisis the most serious public health and safety challenge we have as a state citing the need to continue , medicaid expansion. >> we need additional funding for substance abuse. we need to continue to strengthen prevention and education efforts in our communities. ray: forums like this are on the rise, as is attendance. the governor also adding that by communities and governments working together, we can not only stem the tide, but reverse it. live in derry, ray brewer, wmur news 9. sean: thank you.
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there are new developments this morning in the search for a pair manchester. police say 36-year-old stephen andrade was found dead on tuesday at a motel in tewksbury, massachusetts. officers believe he shot himself. manchester police have been looking for andrade and his roommate, sue hutchinson, for about two weeks. hutchinson is still missing and investigators believe andrade was the last person to see her before she disappeared on september 20. on monday, police found her car, s gym in merrimack. they are now asking anyone who may have information on her whereabouts or who had recent contact with andrade, to call the manchester crime line. berlin police ended a year long narcotics investigation with the arrest of 30-year-old man. ricardy roseaux of rumford, maine, is charged with four counts of selling a controlled drug and one count of conspiracy to sell. police took roseaux into custody after a traffic stop tuesday night, then searched his silk screening business on main street. officers found large amounts of
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cash, prescription pills and , drug paraphernalia. >> the defendant sold a controlled drug, that being cocaine, to cooperative individual for $300. sean: police say there are other incidents in which roseaux sold different types of drugs. he could face more charges as police continue their investigation. littleton police have made an arrest in connection with an armed robbery. they say 25-year-old eric briggs held up the circle k on cottage street at knife-point sunday night. in a statement, littleton' s police chief said "it is clear that this armed robbery was the direct result of heroin use." fire officials in massachusetts are trying to figure out what sparked a three-alarm fire at a mill in oxford. the building houses a lumber re-purposing company. at first, firefighters were kept back from the flames because officials were concerned that toxins could be sent into the air, since the building' s former occupant was a chemical company. hazmat crews and the department
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called in to monitor the air quality. after the fire was put out, it was determined that the air is safe. today is national depression screening day, and harbor homes in nashua is holding a special depression awareness event. from 9:00 until 5:00, people can go to harbor homes at 45 high street for a free depression screening. screening for mental health, inc. will provide a comfortable and private way for people to meet with clinicians in order to assess their mental health status. inmates at the women' s prison in goffstown are taking part today in the annual making strides against breast cancer walk. the inmates will walk around the recreational yard 34 times, which is the equivalent to five miles. this is ninth year in a row the inmates have participated in the walk. last year, they raised more than $400,000 for breast cancer research. about half of manchester' s police officers are sporting beards as part of a fundraiser for the child advocacy center of hillsborough county. the officers started growing their beards just seven days ago, and so far they have raised
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$11,000. directly with the county' s police departments, interviewing children who may have been sexually abused or witnessed a crime. >> they have very limited funds through state and federal grants, so we thought, let' s give back to an organization that has given much to the city of manchester. and the manchester police department this year alone they , have done over 300 forensic interviews of children. sean: chief nick willard says the officer who raises the most money will get some bonuses, like a day off from work. coming up on daybreak, a frightening scene in connecticut. a teenage girl is caught on camera jumping from a moving car in order to escape a kidnapping. and a new seating design could give airline passengers a lot more room to recline. airbus has patented a seating arrangement that stacks passengers on top of each other. kevin: up-and-down forecast with
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temperatures and sunshine. the next system arriving tomorrow.
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as we set up what should be a really nice weekend today with cooler sunshine, upper 50' s to mid 60' s. tomorrow, similar temperatures, through. sean: thank you. the top u.s. general in hill this morning. this after the commander-in-chief apologizes for a deadly bombing on a doctors without borders clinic. nikole killion is in washington this morning with the latest on the administration' s mea culpa. >> sean general john campbell , will testify again, this time before a house armed services committee when he appeared before a senate panel earlier this week, he said the bombing of a doctors without borders hospital was a mistake. wednesday, the white house said president obama phoned the head of the aid group to personally apologize for the u.s. airstrike, which killed at least 22 people. and he called afghanistan' s president to express his condolences for the afghan civilians who lost their lives. >> when we make a mistake, we' re honest about it. we own up to it.
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the president did in this case, and we implement the kinds of changes that make it less likely that those kinds of mistakes will occur in the future. >> president obama said the u.s. will review the attack, but doctors without borders says it still wants an independent investigation. in washington, i' m nikole killion, wmur news 9. sean: thank you. the coast guard has ended its search for the missing crew members on board a u.s. cargo ship that sank off the bahamas during hurricane joaquin. seven of the 33 crew members have ties to new england. jon nicoll, a retired captain who now lives in wolfeboro, spent nearly 40 years on the same route the el faro ran to puerto rico. he says he is looking hard at the captain' s decision to head into the storm instead of going around it. nicoll says the fact that the storm turned from a category one to a category within just a few four hours could have been key factor. >> it was very explosive, so to
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tough one. and to guess what he was guessing was even tougher. sean: nicoll predicts the ntsb will be looking into whether the crew may have been under pressure to deliver cargo on time, despite the menacing weather. company executives have denied that theory. authorities in the eastern european country of moldova says the fbi helped them thwart potential smuggling of nuclear and radioactive material three times in the last five years. u.s. officials were concerned that the smugglers would try to sell the materials to extremist groups such as isis. in one of the raids authorities to russia. dramatic video out of connecticut shows a teenage girl jumping out of a moving car in order to escape a kidnapping. the incident happened monday morning in bridgeport, connecticut. the 17-year-old victim told when a woman in her 40' s lured her into her car assaulted her and started driving. at one point, the girl was able to jump from the moving car. she was not hurt.
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the driver is still on the loose. two men in texas led police on an unusual chase. they were riding horses as the officers went after them. police say the men got into a fight at the rodeo and then galloped off, refusing to stop. one of the men eventually pulled his horse over. the other left his horse in a backyard and took off on foot. the officers later tracked him down. a flier advertising a south carolina high school' s homecoming dance is sparking dismay among some parents. the flier instructs female students to "leave something to the imagination." it also includes a quote from a fashion designer that reads, "your dresses should be tight enough to show you' re a woman and loose enough to show you' re a lady." some parents are upset that the flier only addresses the dress code for girls and says nothing about boys' attire. turning now to sports, the boston bruins host their season opener at t.d. garden tonight. they will face off 7:00.
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the national league wild card game played out at pnc park in pittsburgh last night. the pirates were home in this game for the third straight year. they hosted the chicago cubs. the teams were battling it out for the right to advance and play the cardinals in the next round. this was a complete game shutout for cub' s pitcher jake arrieta, who is the favorite to win cy young award in the national league. the cubs ended up winning the game 4-0. we are one day away from week 6 of friday night football. and it' s a light one with only 12 games on the schedule. the game of the weekend comes on saturday with the bulldogs versus the grizzlies. the game features number 2 goffstown hosting number 3 bedford, a pair of undefeated teams likely to determine the north division champion. these are two of the top offenses in the state. game time on saturday is at 1:30. on our website this morning, we are featuring a slideshow of the most popular car colors in north america. the color topping the list is white. black comes in second. grey, third.
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most popular car colors. higher. airbus has filed a patent for a new airplane seating plan that stacks passengers right on top of each other. the double-decker seating arrangement would allow passengers on both levels to recline their seats until they are flat. take a look at that. not a bad idea. the top level seats would go where carry on luggage usually goes, and in order to get to your seat, you would need to take stairs or a ladder. experts say there is very slim chance you will see this seating plan anytime soon, because most airbus patents remain just ideas. so this may never actually come to fruition, but the idea of being able to recline all the way seems kind of nice, even though you are stacked in their like cattle. coach are ready feels like that anyway, so. kevin: when they say there are full to capacity, that was certainly -- you can' t argue with them in that situation. sean: tough to go to the
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bathroom if you' re hanging on above everyone else. kevin: justin idea. we start off with some beautiful looks across the great state. mostly clear skies, if you extra clouds through the white mountains. otherwise, beautiful sunrise in what should be a really nice autumn day. temperatures in the low and mid 60' s through the afternoon. sunshine. clouds don' t start to truly increase until later on tonight, mainly after midnight where we will start to see showers creep in to northern and western areas just before sunrise tomorrow. a fairly quick moving system, the autumn version of the vertically -- over the quicker -- alberta clipper. it looks like this is one of those types of systems which will produce anywhere between 1/10 of an inch to a half-inch of rain once it goes by then things clear out quickly friday night which is good timing for the weekend. temperatures anywhere in the 40' s and southeastern areas of the state, dropping back to the
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upper range of the 30' s in a few spots with patchy fog. lower half of the 40' s in the lakes region and then getting up further north, lower range of the 30' s. i think the coldest of the mornings for the holiday weekend will be sunday morning where temperatures in the north country will likely be back into the low and mid 20' s, while we will see 30' s elsewhere across the state. high temperatures today, 56 to 66 from north to south. light wind out of the north. nothing but sunshine tonight stop we start with clear skies only to see clouds move in overnight. a few showers try to creep in before sunrise tomorrow. scattered showers off and on, not anyone given location seeing them -- any one given location seeing them. skies clear quickly tomorrow night and that eventually gets us back into the sunshine for a good part of the holiday weekend. aweak system gliding across northern area sunday afternoon.
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at worst, partial sunshine. the next system arrives with the cold front and a chance of showers, but not until sometime on tuesday. rice sunshine today, 56 to 66 from north to south. tonight, we fall back into the 30' s and 40' s. similar to bidders, but clouds and scattered showers tomorrow. -- similar temperatures, but clouds and scattered showers tomorrow. the coolest of the nice will be saturday night. 60' s on sunday to even 60' s to lower 70' s by monday. a big hello to the fourth at the guarantee elementary school i visited yesterday in salem. we talked about how the weather what works and our upcoming winter, which everyone is curious about. they are home of the bobcats, baron bobcats. the big thank you to them. a hoddie, which will go well --
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what size is that? my size. sean: wmur is celebrating a little known birthday today. on this date 20-years ago our website wmur.com first appeared on the web. you may not know in the early days of the internet, our website was ground-breaking. many of things that are standard on sites today first appeared on the early version of wmur.com. >> i remember distinctly no one knew what it was, what is the world wide web? i didn' t even know what it was, actually. sean: remembered the dialect daisy echo -- dial-up days? tune in tonight at 11:00 for more from the station' s first web-master. and the late 1990' s website link that actually made headlines. still to come on news 9 daybreak, a final check on your stories. humidity members gathered to discuss the heroin prices. -- community members gathered to discuss the heroin crisis. and now time for our ulocal hot shots.
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sean: updating our top stories, dozens of people turned out for a for them in derry last night to discuss the opioid crisis. ray: a new poll finding heroin number one problem in new hampshire. last night talked about the need for ongoing treatment. several doctors and therapists spoke about how many young people start using prescribed painkillers to treat sports injuries, then get hooked. when the prescriptions run out, turned a cheaper, more available heroin. sean: new developments in the search for a pair of missing roommates. stephen andrade was found dead tuesday from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. his remake, sue hutchinson, is still missing. investigators believe stephen andrade was a last person to see her before she disappeared. state police are looking for the driver they say cause a three-car crash and nashua last night then ran off. trooper say the driver of a
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black 2003 mercury suv crashed while getting off exit one on the everett turnpike. berlin police a suspected drug dealer is behind bars this morning following a year-long investigation. he is charged with four counts of selling a controlled drug and one count of conspiracy to sell. if you' re heading out to work this morning, 93 manchester down boston will take you about an hour and 18 minutes. 95, portsmouth the boston, just about 62 minutes. kevin: a beautiful start, little fog and western areas of the s and even some 30' s of north , near 50 in manchester. highs in the low to mid 60' s with sunshine. tomorrow, clouds and occasional showers -- a pull away friday evening, really clearing everything out and time for not holiday we can for some. after a chilly start saturday and sunday morning. sean: i feel like mother nature
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coming up next on "good morning america," reality tv star speaks out live for the first time since her dramatic departure from "dancing with the stars." hear how she is doing after suffering a mini stroke. we will be back in about 25 minutes.
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good morning, america. right now, on alert. more than 60 dams in south carolina ready to burst. crews working around the clock desperate to stop millions of gallons of water. and this dramatic new video showing a man and his grandmother clinging to a cross in raging water. new overnight, crossing the line? billionaire rupert murdoch sparking a firestorm saying ben carson would be america's first real black president, and will a joe biden meeting with his family shake up the race? highway inferno. a tanker caught on camera swerving to avoid a mattress on the road. the fireball melts the guardrail and pave many. big questions this morning about safety on the highway.
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