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>> it's been awful. it's been just -- sorry. erin: now on "daybreak," it's been five years since a manchester woman was killed. her murder has never been solved. lynne brennan's family is looking for answers. taken to the hospital after a serious crash in pelham. a 1-year-old child managed to escape thanks to his child safety seat. kevin: your columbus day will be a warm one. when temperatures start to slip back and a rain chance ahead. erin: for the first time the election cycle, the democratic presidential hopefuls are getting ready to face off. the focus will likely be on hillary clinton. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." erin: good morning to you on columbus day. we've had a lot of sunshine so far this weekend.
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today for the holiday, we're going to see a warm up. kevin skarupa with a look at that. kevin: temperatures in the 50's on saturday. 60's and 70's today. a breeze out of the south and southwest. temperatures in the 30's and 40's. we'll warm quickly with a lot of sunshine around. just about everyone gets up above 70 degrees into the afternoon. in southern areas, as high as 77 or 78. much more on the cool down that you would think is eventually coming in your forecast. let's look at your monday morning ride here. joined live by deb davidson. good monday morning, deb. deb: good monday morning, kevin. all major roadways are up to speed. it is a nice ride if you are heading out and you have to commute today. we shouldn't see any problems whatsoever. 293 is looking good through the city of manchester. we have the lane shifts in place for some bridge
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just a reminder, the ramp does remain closed. the everett turnpike, no problems getting through the bedford tolls or from merrimack to the state line. we have the disabled tractor trailer on route 63 southbound in hinsdale near the chesterfield town line. the road is closed. police are going to alternate traffic through the area until about 8:00 a.m. when they expect to have the truck out of there. this report brought to you by peter's honda and kia of nashua. i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: five years have passed since a manchester woman was found dead in her home. the killer has never been found. they ruled the death of lynne brennan a homicide. there are still many questions to be answered. wmur's ray brewer joins us live from the manchester police department with reaction from brennan's family. good morning, ray. ray: good morning. it was five years ago
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yesterday that lynne brennan's body was discovered inside her apartment in manchester. it is unclear when she died. authorities have not said anything about how she died. brennan's family says the mother of three was going through a divorce at the time of her death and had been living in the apartment for just a few months. her brother says there were no signed of forced entry. beyond that, he doesn't know any details. he theys it is important to bring attention to what happened in hopes it will make a difference into the investigation of her death. >> if i lived in your community and there was a killer on the lose or an unsolved murder, i think i would want to know about it. i think it is newsworthy. it needs to be said. someone knows something. i mean, you know, there's someone out there that committed a murder and is still possibility here. : we did reach out to the attorney general's office. they were unable to speak with us yesterday.
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if you have any information, leave an 624-4040. ray brewer,wmur news 9. erin: police are trying to figure out why two cars crashed sending three people to the hospital with serious injuries. a car was turning into the tobacco junction convenience store near the massachusetts state line when it was hit by an oncoming vehicle. a 34-year-old woman was flown to the boston hospital with life threatening injuries. two other people were seriously hurt. a 1-year-old child was not hurt thanks to his child safety seat. two people were taken to the hospital after an suv hit a motorcycle in salem yesterday evening. a 16-year-old driver was turning off of glen road when he collided with an oncoming motorcycle. the rider of the bike massachusetts hospital with serious injuries.
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turning now to politics this morning, it is almost time for the democrats to take over the spotlight. the first democratic presidential debate is set for tomorrow night in las vegas with hillary clinton and bernie sanders leading in the polls. abc's kenneth moton is on the campaign trail. >> the time has come. they will finally face off. the front runner still in the lead but slipping in some polls. it will stay on center stage. it is a chance for the vermont senator rising in the polls appealing to the masses to show a larger audience. >> we somewhere joined the political revolution. let's transform america. >> good to see you. reporter: the biggest political story of the week may not be the debate. in a few theys, we can hear word from vice president joe biden. over the weekend he was dodging reporters. >> get out of my way, will ya? reporter: weighing the
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run. approaching. >> he wants to be president. he would think he would be a better president than hillary clinton. i think the personal is bit. that will be the deciding factor. reporter: the republicans, two debates in, are not resting. a new cbs "new york times" poll shows donald trump is holding the lead at 27%. ben carson is six points behind. >> what's the secret to my popularity? honestly? it is my looks. i'm very handsome. that's the only thing i can think of right now. >> unlike the republicans, there's a much smaller field. o'malley and chaffetz will finally get attention. erin: a weekend hiking trip turned deadly. state fish and game officials say a
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24-year-old man from quebec was hiking the trail in lincoln on saturday when he collapsed. witnesses and rescue officials performed cpr. the main main -- man was air lifted. they are trying to determine how he died. two more students have been diagnosed with viral meningitis. the most recent case involves a child in the town of cumberland. this comes two days after a high school student in biddeford, maine was diagnosed. reported. viral meningitis is typically less severe than the bacterial form. still ahead, honoring fallen heros. hundreds ran through the streets of manchester yesterday in the annual run for the fallen. a new hampshire native refused to become a victim. she put her self-defense skills to good use when she found a random man inside her home. in the next half an
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hour, thousands of airlines passengers faced long delays yesterday, including some in manchester because of what the airline is calling a glitch. it is 6:07. you are watching "news 9
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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%. i'm announcing a detailed plan to crack down on these abuses. commentator: he may be lowering it after hillary clinton blasted him out of the water. her plan would limit
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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. i'm hillary clinton, and i approve this message. kevin: monday morning. october 12th. temperatures in the mid to upper 40's this morning. your columbus day is going to be a warm one. a good deal of sunshine. just about everyone is up above 70. we'll look ahead into the cooler times and shower chances that come during the week ahead. erin: a woman that crew up here in new hampshire says she fought off an intruder inside her home. karen dolley woke up to
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find a man standing in the hallway. the 43-year-old is trained in medieval combat. she jumped out of bed, punched the man, and held the man down until police arrived. >> i can see the guy standing right about here. i came out of it and started punching like this. get out, get out, get out. erin: the man was arrested. police say he was high when he broke in. he thought he was hiding from someone. they say they apologized on his way out. hundreds of people helped honor fallen police officers in the queen city yesterday. the manchester police department hosted the ninth annual foot race. they took part from the police headquarters to gill stadium. >> it is a great time for law enforcement, supporters of the law enforcement, and the families to come together and, you know, i guess reflect on the sacrifices that, you know, our colleagues made in the line of
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duty. but also to reflect on every single officer serving today. erin: all proceeds from the race support the manchester police athletic league which connects local officers with youth through recreational activities. great weather for that event as well. it is now 6:12. coming up, the colonial theater has staged some amazing performances. now there are new plans for this historic place. plus we're going to head to the movies and find
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still conjure erin: halloween is just a couple of weeks away. it seems there's a new favorite costume in mexico. the el chapo mask is
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the company making the production run because the design is so high. even the designers are surprised by the popularity. the pilot of an airlines flight had to slam on the brakes just before take off in las vegas when one of the engines caught fire. there were more than 160 people on board. no one was hurt. the plane was already going more than 100 miles per hour when the pilot aborted. they raced to the scene to douse the flame. five were killed and five others hurt when a helicopter crashed. at least two royal air the dead. it appears the chopper hit the cable of an observational balloon while trying to land. it seems that moviegoers are excited about getting stranded on mars. the matt damon thriller,
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in $37 million to hold on to the top spot at the box office for the second week in a row. "hotel transylvania: 2" remained at number two. the new fantasy "pan" was a disappointing third in the debut weekend. for the just the third time, it appears that millions of people on social security will not get a cost of living boost to their benefits next year. the official announcement is expected on thursday. economist blame it on low gas prices. the cost of living is based on inhalation -- inflation which is being dragged down by the cheaper gas. the curtain fell on the colonial theater and it may never rise on the same stage. it has operated since 1900. emerson college says needed. right now the plan is to year. when it re-opens, the
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school is considering turning the colonial into a welcome center or even a dining hall with a performance space. emerson officials promise there will be future performances at the colonial. they are considering a variety of options. the foilage is at peak up north. the colors are just amazing across most of the state right now drawing huge clouds to the granite state for the long holiday weekend. tourism officials say about 660,000 people will spend time here today. up 2.5% from last year. visitors are expected to they are here. the owners of one motel in lincoln say they have guests from all over the world. >> they come to see the fall foilage. this is very important for them. fortunately we're here something beautiful. >> it doesn't matter if you go north or south, right now.
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we have a beautiful day today too. so it is all coming together this weekend. erin: certainly is. if you are planning a trip, check out the foilage tracker. you can take advantage of the best views. we've had some seasons where it may be the color hasn't been as bright. this year -- wow -- we're seeing great color kevin: a lot of it has to do with what the seasons are like through the spring and how dry it is over the summer. as long as the sun is out, it looks gorgeous. as the sun continues to come up, mt. washington friday and early saturday picking up a half an inch of snow. that continues to melt on the observation deck with the warmer temperatures. beautiful sunrise this morning. rye beach looking at the sunrise. temperatures up into the 70's. lower 70's in the north country to mid and upper 70's elsewhere. it is with sunshine today before the next
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this eventually is here tomorrow with the chance of a passing shower or two. then the upper level system moves through here with the chance of a couple of passing showers on wednesday. temperatures in the mid 30's up north. a few spots out west. it is 40's elsewhere. 40 in concord, 47 manchester to the coast, and 43 in rochester. 45 in nashua. as we go through the day today, a wind out of the south and southwest. 70's. you know in october this isn't going to last. tomorrow it will still be in the 60's to lower 70's. then we're talking mid 50's to mid 60's on wednesday as we'll continue to fall backward. this one of the days that you want to get out and enjoy it if you have the day off. it is going to be one of the really nice days out there. sunshine is feeling really warm for about three or four hours this afternoon until eventually that sun starts to go down. as you noticed, the cools off quickly. we'll start it clear only to see clouds drift
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you'll notice as we cycle here not only through the daylight hours tomorrow but on wednesday a few breaks of sun here and there. just a couple of passing showers. nothing to cancel any outdoor plans over. tough to time out when they will roll through. the system will start to pull away later on wednesday and into thursday. we get a weak area of high pressure in control. quietest day. another front approaching. that front will mean business. that one will bring in cooler temperatures. each of the next six days after today gradually getting cooler and stepping by three, four, or five degrees. temperatures as high as they will be for quite a while. we're in the 70's statewide. as high as 78 in nashua and salem. we'll slip back into the 40's to lower 50's. clouds will start drifting in by morning. the clouds will hold a shower or two. maybe an additional shower or two with the upper level system on wednesday.
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partial sunshine. friday a stronger front approaches. that will have highs mainly in the 50's with a northest we arely breeze. after that goes by, cooler air rushes in. you'll notice the overnight lows in the 30's and 20's up north. maybe enough to ring out a couple of snow flakes late friday night or sad. erin: going down from here. kevin: you do not have many forecasts where the highs and lows continue to edge backward. erin: i know. enjoy today. it is going to be a beautiful day today. we want to check the stop story. we start off with ray brewer in manchester. >> the brother of a murdered manchester is woman is speaking out. it was five years ago her poddy was found inside her apartment. it is unclear exactly when she was killed. police have never said how. brennan's family says she was going through a divorce at the time of her death. she was living in the apartment for just a few months.
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her brother says there were no signs of forced entry. beyond that, he doesn't know any details. erin: three people were taken to the hospital with serious injuries. one person had life threatening injuries after a head on crash in pelham. a car was turning left off of the bridge street but collided with an oncoming vehicle. a hiker is dead after collapsing on a trail in lincoln over the weekend. crews performed but were unable to revive the 24-year-old man. coming up, james bond always gets to drive a pretty fancy car with lots of impressive features and some of the best were on display
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paris. erin: some impress iftikhars with plenty of fire power. paris. it featured the aston martin in the new movie. kevin: it featured the sun beam alpine used in the "dr. no" and "the spy who loved me" but it will not feature others. erin: a cargo ship sank during hurricane joaquin -- wrangling the cowboys in dallas. another big win for the
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the republicans finally admit it. >>"republican kevin mccarthy saying ...the committee investigating benghazi and clinton's emails was created to destroy her candidacy..." "everybody thought hillary clinton was unbeatable, right? but we put together a benghazi special committee... what are her numbers today?" republicans have spent millions attacking hillary... ...because she's fighting for everything they oppose... ...from affordable health care. equal pay... she'll never stop
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fighting for you. and the republicans know it.
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." erin: good morning to you. it is now 6 will -- 6:30. we watch the sunrise in goffstown. get ready. we're in for warm temperatures. look at that in your forecast after today's top stories. it has been five years since a woman was found dead in her manchester apartment. police still don't know what happened. we're live with the renewed effort to find lynne brennan's killer. southwest airlines customers will want to double check their flights before heading to the airport. a computer glitch caused hundreds of delays
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and no labels problem solver convention kicked off in manchester today. eight presidential candidates will be there looking to sway undecided voters. we're looking at some great weather for today. already we've had wonderful weather this weekend. kevin: it has been a great holiday weekend. if you are lucky enough to have today, today will be the warmest. beautiful sunrise for the state. a little bit of fog. otherwise temperatures would start the day in all come together with highs in the 70's this afternoon. lower half of the 70's and the northern half of the state. upper half of the 70's in the southern half of the state. erin: looking good. we want to check the roads for you. this is the live look at 93 in windham. kevin: for a look at morning davidson. good morning, deb. deb: good morning. all major roads in new hampshire are looking fantastic if you are heading out for an early lots of people have
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today off. lighter volume. if you are heading out later today, be aware the traffic will be heavy, similar to what it was on friday. right now 93, 293, and the everett are all up to speed. we are seeing a smooth commute on 101, 111, and the spaulding turnpike. on route 63 at the chesterfield town line we have the disabled tractor trailer. we're getting reports that the road is now completely closed. it will stay that way for about the next hour and a half as authorities are trying to get the truck out of there. if you are commuting out, please plan an alternate route. this report brought to you by peter's honda. nissan, and kia of nashua. from the traffic network, i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: it is a murder that's been unsolved for five years. in 2010, police found the body of 53-year-old lynne brennan. this morning her family is still searching for answers.
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ray brewer live at the manchester police headquarters with more. good morning, ray. ray: good morning. it was five years ago yesterday that the body of lynne brennan was found inside her apartment. it is unclear when she died. her brother tells us there were no signs of forced entry. he doesn't know any details about her death. on october 11th, 2010, the body of 53-year-old lynne brennan was found in her apartment on river road in manchester. >> it's been awful. it's been just -- sorry. ray: it's been five years since his sister was murdered. time hasn't healed the void. police ruled brennan's death a homicide but haven't said how or when she died. >> i'm a big control freak. i know that my life. there's no control here. there's no positive affirmation of anything. ray: brennan was a mother of three. in 2012 her sons passed
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out fliers on river road in hope of finding someone with answers. but with each passing year, they grow more doubtful of solving the case. >> i think we're all pretty educated people. the farther it gets along, the less likely it is going to be resolved. the only people we can rely on are the attorney general's office and the local police here and the community. ray: he says his sister was going through a divorce at the time of her death and had been living in the apartment for just a few months. >> she was at home, you know. what i've been told there was no forced entry into the home. ray: as the family continues to grieve, they want to keep the case fresh. >> this has to be someone out there that knows what happened, you know? beyond the person who beyond that. ray: if you have any information about the case, you can always phone in an anonymous tip.
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manchester, ray brewer, wmur news 9. erin: tomorrow derry residents get to vote after they rejected an appeal filed by the town council. a judge had previously ordered the town to hold a special election. the town council passed a controversial budget that included several cuts, including public safety. residents filed petitions. conservations officers helped a hiker who become sick on mt. washington this weekend. a 22-year-old woman from maine was hiking up the ammonoosuc ravine trail when she felt ill. she was able to hike down with help from officers and her boyfriend. hospital for treatment. no word on how she's doing this morning. the scary scene in laconia sunday when a 106. the laconia fire department says a ford 250 was fully engulfed in flames when they arrived on the scene. no one was hurt.
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no ward on what started the fire. in rochester, a motorcycle crash backed up traffic sunday morning. police say the driver of the motorcycle abruptly stopped and was rear ended by a car. the biker was taken to the hospital with none life threatening injuries. a driver hit a state troopers cruiser on 93 south in campton. they got a call yesterday saying a driver was weaving in and out of traffic. minutes later, the driver hit the cruiser. troopers arrested 63-year-old katherine d'angelo for driving while intoxicated. sergeant muzzey was treated for minor injury. they launched a new web site to help electricity consumer shop for competitive rates and suppliers. on pu customers identify if they are residential or small commercial businesses. then they select their local utility.
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officials say this will make it easier for customers to scroll through the various products and prices and decide which meets their needs. many travelers flying on southwest were faced with delays yesterday after a technical glitch slowed down the airlines web site and booking system. the system controlling digital boarding passes, their mobile app, they all start working. the trouble began around 10:00 a.m. when southwest began manually issuing boarding passes. by 1:30, the number of affected flights reach 450. >> it is usually good. times that murphy's law gets you. erin: southwest doesn't know it will be fixed. as of this morning, wasn't reporting any delays. it is a good idea to check ahead. it is the holiday weekend for many.
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today the 19th annual lincoln craft festival continues. the village shops along main street for packed with vendors yesterday. more than 100 artisans are selling their crafts and food. one venator in particular had a long line of people waiting to buy cannolis straight from the north end in boston. >> i come up here just to sell cannolis. i do 21 of the craft festivals. meredith and lincoln, i sell you out. it is amazing. once i get you, you are mine. erin: lots of foods for grabs from jams to chocolates to fried dough. commitment 2016 news, several candidates will make stops in manchester today. the big event ahead of tomorrow's democratic debate. lost at sea, the mother of a crew member on board the el faro speaks out. what she has to say about the missing ship. kevin: quick moving system on friday.
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it sent temperatures backward. the system does the same. how cold temperatures will be behind the batch
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it is 6:38.
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kevin: monday morning, columbus day. temperatures down near the freezing mark. a lot of fall color to enjoy and what should be a gorgeous day. temperatures into the 70's with a southerly and southwesterly breeze. it does start to eventually turn cooler over the next few days, along with a couple of shower chances. the details coming up. erin: thank you. 6:42. in commitment 2016 news, it is a rare moment in the race for the white house. today democrats and republican candidates will coming together for a bipartisan presidential forum in new hampshire. nikole killion has the latest. nikole: eight of the presidential candidates are expected from both sides of the aisle. from donald trump to bernie sanders, democrat and republican presidential hopefulling will take part in the forum hosted by the bipartisan group, no labels. the event comes a day before the democrats hold their first debate in nevada as speculation swirls about whether vice president joe biden will enter the race.
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>> he has been carefully considering whether he wants to run for president of the united states and, of course, in the democratic primary we would always have room and welcome the sitting vice president. >> over on the republican side, a new poll shows trump remains on top of the field. >> i'm leading every poll. i'm leading by a lot. nikole: carson is number one despite comments linking gun control to the holocaust. >> there are a lot of people that will try to make it into a controversy. nikole: ben carson is not slated to appear today. erin: here's a look at participates for today. republicans john kasich, chris christie, lindsey graham, george pataki, and donal trump.
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martin o'malley, jim webb, and bernie sanders aerosmith is asking trump to stop using his song. they have asked trump's camp twice to stop using the song saying they don't have permission and it gives a false impression that tyler and the band are connected with the presidential bid. trump's campaign has not responded. the mother of a missing crew member is speaking out. mary shevory sat down with our sister station. her daughter, mariette wright, was one of 33 on board when the ship encountered hurricane joaquin. despite what happened, she's not mad at the captain. >> i believe if there was any way they could have prevented it, they would have, but the captain chose to ship out in that tropical storm. erin: she says her daughter
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described herself as being married to the sea. this morning a community is mourning the loss of a police officer killed in the line of duty. it happened yesterday in cordova, tennessee about 20 miles east of memphis. terence olridge was off duty. the shooting is under investigation. a suspect is in custody. the early domination of the 2015 new england patriots are already being compared to the 2007 patriots. after last night, the 2015 squad is out performing the one of eight years ago. second quarter tied at three. tom brady takes the snap. and it only continues from there. fourth quarter brady throws it perfectly to julian edelman. 59 yards to the end zone. patriots win 30-6. the patriots have 149 points.
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that's one point better than the 2007 team with 148. after the patriots came against dallas last night, a man was shot and critically injured in the parking lot outside of at&t stadium. officers say they heard gunshots after a fight broke out in the parking lot. one man in the parking lot was in his 40's and taken to the hospital. they got a look at the new team. they hosted the monarchs and thunder. first period no score. joe diamond scores the first goal of the game for manchester. adirondack answers in the second with two straight goals. they go into overtime. adirondack takes it. brad marchand is out concussion. saturday he took an elbow to the head during the loss to the
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canadiens. marchand left the game after the play and did not return. dale weiss did not see marchand when the twice two collided. it was the contender round opener in the bank of america 500. lap 182 caution as there's smoke coming out of the car as he goes to the garage. logano makes contact. it was logano that led most of the laps and takes the checkered flag. logano will advance to the round of eight. franklin pierce athletics announced four inductees into the 2016 hall of fame. craig stewart, karissa hookstadt, jennifer leedham, and her sister johannah who was one of the most accomplished
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raven's history. >> now your storm watch 9 forecast. erin: all right. we're bake -- waking up to a bit of fog. the temperature is going to be rising. kevin: you can see a lot of traffic this morning. for some folks, it is a day off. temperatures in the 70's. it is a well timed day off because we'll have a lot of sunshine to go along with it. otherwise we're looking at the chance of some shower activity tomorrow and wednesday and certainly the headline will be the cooler temperatures that continue to weave their way in through the week. beautiful sunrise this morning. we are going to get temperatures today running 15-20 degrees above the average in some locations. just due to the southerly and southwesterly breeze and all of the sunshine we'll have. temperatures are starting the day in the 30's and 40's. we're running five to ten degrees above the average with the clearer skies early this morning. we pan out, you'll notice the next system coming at us. there's a line of clouds and showers for the day tomorrow.
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then the upper level system on wednesday. yesterday the temperatures in north dakota were in the 90's. right now we're in the 40's to near 50 degrees. the closer you get to the shoreline, we have a little bit of patchy fog to be had. it isn't locally dense or widespread across the area. a lot more 30's up in the north country. it will be in the 40's to lower 50's out ahead of the front as it makes its way in. high temperatures today up above 70 just about everywhere. pittsburgh, lancaster, 72 today. while for southern areas of the state, up around 77 or 78 with enough. it could be pushing 80 degrees in a couple of southern locations away from the coast. you'll notice it will come with sunshine for us today. partly cloudy skies. then the clouds really inside in number early tomorrow morning after lows in the 40's to lower range of the 50's. it will still be mild for the day tomorrow. 60's to lower 70's.
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which is still way above the averages for this time of year. there will be that risk of a shower here and there maybe early in the day or later in the afternoon. the main theme a lot of drier hours maked in between. similar scenario wednesday. maybe a couple of brakes of sunshine. you'll notice a couple of showers from the northwest. the northwesterly direction is going to start bringing in cooler air. highs by wednesday only in the mid 50's to mid 60's. then we're talking 50 ohs to near 60 on thursday. that will be with a similar amount of sunshine and clouds today. then from there, cooler air starts to make its way in at the end of the week. a front coming through late thursday night and early friday that may hold the shower with it. then you'll notice the temperatures which continue to slide. each of the seven days cooler than the day we're going to continue to see the overnight lows. by the time we get to friday to early saturday, enough moisture and cool enough temperatures there's the possibility in the northern half of the
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state we may have a couple of snow flakes as you get out there in elevation. the potential is there. not uncommon. we saw a half an inch of snow over the weekend. an average of 17 inches of snow. just kind of a sign of especially after temperatures in the 70's to start the week. to get the chance later in the week is a pretty harsh reality. erin: we're lucking out with the holiday forecast. kevin: i can imagine the pictures we're getting with mt. washington in the background. erin: send them our way. a final check on your top stories, including that it has been five years since a woman was found dead in her manchester apartment. what we know about the case today. and our u local hot shot photo of the morning. violet taking her first look at fall. submit your own pictures and video.
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erin: welcome back. it is 6:54. updating our top stories. it is a murder than been unsolved for five years. in 2010, police found the body of 53-year-old lynne brennan in her manchester home. ray brewer with the latest. ray: lynne brennan's brother is speaking out now five years after her death in hopes of drawing more attention to the case. there were no signs of forced entry inside the apartment. beyond that, he doesn't have any detail. if you have any information, phone in an anonymous tip by calling 624-4040. erin: derry residents will get to vote on the town budget tomorrow after the state supreme court rejected an appeal filed by the town council. the town council passed a controversial budget earlier this year. two people were taken to the hospital
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yesterday evening. police say a 16-year-old driver was turning off of glen road when he motorcycle. glitch caused hundreds of delays across the country. officials urge passengers to arrive at the airport extra early today in case there any more issues. kevin: it is going to be a fantastic way to end columbus day weekend. if you have today off within it is excellent timing. temperatures up into the 70's with sunshine today. you'll notice how we continue to fall back each day through the remainder of the week. overnight lows are going to be the same. the chance of a shower or two or wednesday. neither day is a wash out. there will be a lot of cry hours to both. that will be the first it would have. the second one coming through later in the week later thursday or into friday. it will bring the chance of a shower with it. it will also bring in colder air. some of the coldest air of the season coming by the end of next week and maybe even a couple of
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mixed showers. much colder air arriving. the bottom line is get out today. erin: get out today and enjoy the fall color. that's for sure. coming up, it is called the jury duty scam. people all over the u.s. are guilty of falling for it. how to spot that scam is america." see you back here in 25 minutes. take care and have a
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good morning, america. right now, big decision. the vice president dodges crowds and questions. >> get out of my way, will you? >> closing in on whether to run for president. as hillary clinton and her rivals get ready for tomorrow's first major showdown. also overnight. suspended. major league baseball strikes back. coming down hard on the dodgers' chase utley. >> chase utley going in hard at second. tejada is down. >> banning him two game for barrelling into mets' shot sport ruben tejada and breaking his leg. the league calling it illegal. utley is appealing.
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