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have a great tuesday. >> she stated she was afraid. >> some parents are upset after threatening note was found in a high school i nashua. they are meeting with school officials this morning. a gruesome discovery in manchester. police think they found the body of a woman missing for three weeks. >> fairly mild out there with the risk of a few showers. how quickly we cool down during the week ahead. >> the democratic presidential hopefuls take the spotlight tonight. but organizers say they have been a podium ready just in case the vice president shows up.
now wmur news nine daybreak. >> good morning, everybody. thanks for waking up with us. hope you had a beautiful, long weekend. but it is back to work. the question is -- can we continue the gorgeous weather? >> each of the next six days cooler than the day before. for the time being, though, it will be another fairly mild day. a couple showers around this morning. into the afternoon. studies of the downpours early this morning will be in southeastern areas of the state this afternoon. out ahead of that, temperatures starting the day in the 40' s to mid 50' s. eventually into the afternoon, we are in the 60' s to lower 70' s. cooler air starts to move in a long. our shower chances more in the forecast coming up. let' morning ride.
deb: right now if you are friday -- starting your early morning commute on 93, watch for patches of heavy fog. that is slowing things down. to the split with 293. things looking good through the city of manchester with no major problems. we have some lane shifts between exits 6 and -- 4 5 and 3. on the northbound side, the exit four on rep is close. no delays of the bedford told. if you are on 95 on the seacoast, things look great in both directions through the hampton tolls. from the wzid traffic network, i am deb davison. sean: thanks. school efficiency -- school officials in nashua are meeting
nashua high school north. the superintendent says students parents are still upset. the district office this morning. good morning. ray: good morning. spoke up after discovering a north had a copy of a book known as "death notes." the book is sold online and in some stores as well. it is basically based on the japanese anime cartoon where characters can write down the names of people who have wronged them and in the cartoon the book has the power to cause harm to those listed. school officials say the students list had 17 names on it. the superintendent says the students were never in danger but they are taking this seriously. >> we did not find any evidence that the student intended to harm students or that the work plans beyond simply placing the students name on the list. >> i think the mystery shrouding this is what is causing the
alarm. parents are afraid. kids are afraid. ray: because of confidentiality, the superintendent says he cannot say what discipline the taken. meeting privately with the morning. sean: investigators expect that an autopsy today will positively identify the remains of a woman found in manchester as those of a woman missing for three weeks. sue hutchinson was last seen at september 20 with her remit. -- her roomate. last sunday night, police found her body hidden in a crawlspace walled off behind the closet. investigators had searcher home before and found nothing. a friend stopped by last night to place a candle in her memory. >> because i loved her. and my heart goes out to her and her family.
and i would do it for anyone that i loved. she was special. sean: investigators say andretti himself that indicate he also killed hutchinson. his body was found last week. officials hope and autopsy will show how she died. in just a matter of hours, the democratic candidates for president will share of -- a stage. hillary clinton will be front and center. but every candidate will take part tonight. kenneth mouton explains what to expect in las vegas. kenneth: it is a high-stakes debate in sin city. hillary clinton will be front and center. hours before the primetime debate, the front runner made a surprise appearance at a union rally outside the towering las
mrs. clinton: some people think mr. trump is entertaining but i do not think it is entertaining when somebody insults immigrants, insults women. that is just unacceptable. kenneth: trump will not be on tonight' s stage. neither will joe biden even though his podium is ready. national polls show clinton with a commanding lead, but new polls in two primary states provide a sobering look for rivals. clinton has a 25 point lead in south carolina. 16 points in nevada where tonight' s debate could be make or break for the candidate from the bottom. >> i do not ask up an idea is democrat or republican. i ask whether it works. if it works, we do it. kenneth: martin o' malley and jim webb spoke via satellite. noticed. attacks against the embattled former secretary of state. don' t expect that political approach from bernie sanders. mr. sanders: let'
kenneth: the candidate spouses are usually in the audience. bill clinton is in las vegas but there is word he will not be at the debate. sean: meantime, two republican presidential hopefuls are spending the day in new hampshire. jeb bush kicks off a three-day visit with events in manchester and lebanon. and senator lindsey graham has stops planned at derry, bedford, concord and newport. john kasich has town hall meetings scheduled. a massachusetts firefighter is on leave this morning after police say he beat a man because he was upset about how long it took the victim to order food at a restaurant. joseph ward is charged with assault and battery. investigators say he threw the victim, who appeared to be homeless, to the ground and punched and kicked him over and over again. ward told police he asked the man in front of him to hurry and the man challenged him to a fight.
bank in nashua this months is due in court today. waldy pena was arrested by police thanks to several tips after surveillance pictures from the santander bank e were shown on the news. still to come on debris, crews have repaired a water main break in salem that officials say this is part of a larger problem with the town' s underground and structure. check out this giant pumpkin. find out what it took to the scales at to take home top honors over the weekend. >> you have been very loved and cared for. mm-hmm. sean: i fin d
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. ...to equal pay... she'll never stop fighting for you. and the republicans know it.
sean: tuesday morning, october 13. kevin: we start it with temperatures in the 40' s. clouds will move in. scattered showers moving northeast. focus right of the coastline this morning. then other showers to the west. in between and other mild before things start to cool off tomorrow. details coming up had sean: officials in salem say they are taking a survey of the infrastructure in the town after yet another water main break. water from a broken pipe flooded the intersection of main and pleasant street yesterday. there have been a half a dozen water main breaks in just the last five months in salem. officials say many of the pipes in town are caps on and are agin g. -- are cast iron. some of the pipe state back to the 1890' s. the manhasset -- the food bank is getting support thanks to a boy. he put on a yard sale and sold
he made $40 which his mother then matched. the food bank shared ryan' s picture as a way to say thanks. check out this massive gourd. the pumpkin weighed in at 1751 pounds, more than enough to take first place at this past weekend' s milford pumpkin testable. -- festival. the grower be fully held the wo - - --- briefly held the world record before. the largest ever tops 200 p 0 pounds. steve wins bragging rights and a lot of pumpkin seeds. hoverboards seem like a great piece of the future but police in england are not sold on the idea. they have actually banned them in public. plus, talk about a day gone wrong.
for a couple in sean: two firefighters were killed when a wall collapsed inside a burning building in kansas city. investigators say the firefighters who died carry two people to safety after saving them from the second floor. falmes -- flames were still shooting from the rubble hours later. an early snowstorm is causing serious problems in southern poland. 8 inches of snow blanketed the area making driving dangers. the storm is already blamed for two deaths. many residents say they have had seen snow in the forecast but did not really believe it. the vatican is now opened up its own homeless shelter run by nu ns. the facility has space for 34 men and is steps from st. peter' s. 20 people are staying there days
after it opened. this is the latest in a string of efforts by the vatican to provide services to homeless people, including free showers and a barbershop. a man in texas certain he made a lasting impression while trying to amaze his date, but not the one he wanted. police say nathan henley confessed to stealing an airplane so he could take his date for a ride. it gets worse because he then crashed the plane. both people walked away and were not hur. t. the plane was for sale and was not insured. a hunter in australia is recovering after spending six days lost in the outback. policing redge fogarty was chasinga camel. he survived by eating ants. rescuers say he was "basically delusional." well, dell is buying data stores company emc, one of the largest employers in massachusetts. the deal is valued at $67
emc is based in hopkinton and provides other i.t. services to companies. hopkinton will still be a technology hub for the combined company, and there are no plans for any playoffs. -- . layoffs. >> this is one of the benefits of the way we structured this transaction -- a privately controlled company. we make sure that as business growers we have more people employed in massachusetts than emc does today. sean: the deal still needs to be approved by emc shareholders. there is a new effort this morning to make at least some college textbooks free. cosponsoring the affordable college textbook act, which open, online textbooks. a similar effort failed two years ago. the average cost -- students spent $1200 on books and supplies each year. bad news for marty mcfly.
board to the u.k. whell scooters in public. they are not allowed on sidewalks and are too dangerous to ride on roads. malls and business centers can make their own rules. private property. they are barely out there. if you could pan down, you can morning. kevin: skater shoes at all time. sean: fashion. kevin: we start off early this morning with a few passing showers a possibility. one chance this morning, and another one late this morning -- this afternoon. wedged in between is clouds and sunshine. mild temperatures again today. we will be in the 60' s. but there will be some lower 70' s to be had in southern parts of the state. the cooling trend after highs in the 70' s yesterday continues not only tomorrow but through the end of the week, bottoming out
saturday night into sunday. there will be a couple more showers around friday. not all of that may be in liquid form. so a couple of showers wandering northward along the connecticut river. this batch of rain looks like it is headed for the seacoast and just in time for the morning commute. you will notice it is moving rather quickly to the north. so what will be out west over the next couple hours should be long gone by 8:00. and will be seen here south of long island, should be to our north by night :00 this morning. this front -- does not approach western areas until after 5:00 this afternoon. there is going to be some breaks in the activity heard but there will be some showers out there heard starting to see a few developed in southwestern areas. temperatures are milder early this morning. you will notice letter cities -- lower 50' s. you will notice the cooler air waiting to the west. we will gradually step backward by 5:00 -- five degrees predate all the way to the end of the week. again, after highs in the 70' s yesterday, we are in the 60' s to
lower 70' s. tomorrow, 60 statewide. then falling back into the 50' s thereafter. so that round of showers move northeast and is in maine by 10:00. and there is the showers back to the west which will move across the state this evening. clearing overnight. tomorrow more of the same. if you brace of sunshine. maybe a passing shower in the afternoon. -- a few breaks of sunshine. cooler air starts to come in after partial sunshine. looks like the driest of the day will be thursday. friday, the next system tries to approach. that could be another round of showers, making it cool enough as that approaches as that air comes out of canada, there could be some mixed showers involved state with a few snowflakes even sadder morning. for now we are talking 60' s. clouds with a few breaks of sun. morning. then gradual clearing overnight. s to s.
each of the next five to six days, the high temperatures continue to tumble. the overnight loans at do the same. we have a couple of showers out there this afternoon. a couple of more on wednesday afternoon. then you notice friday another front approaches. a few showers with that. cannot rule out that a couple of those ball is snowflakes form in the northern half of the state later on friday and early saturday. this is be a blast of cold air, the coldest we have seen so far this season. sean: it is him us likely a good closer to winter. let' s not talk about that yet. -- it is almost like we are getting closer to winter. ray: school officials in nashua are meeting privately this morning with the parents of students who names were found on a list placed in a book called "death notes." . the book is sold online and is based on a japanese anime cartoon were characters can write down the names of people who run them. the book has the power to cause harm to those listed. officials say the list had 17 names on it. the superintendent says the students were never in danger.
police think they have found the body of a missing manchester woman. the body believed to be that of sue hutchinson hutchinson found in a crawlspace that had been walled off behind a closet in her apartment. an autopsy is scheduled for today. salem officials are surveying the underground infrastructure in town after the sixth water main break in five months. officials say some of the water pipes in salem date back to the 1890' s. still to come, running away from your wedding usually is not a good thing. one couple got hitched in a very
las vegas is known for quick chicago this weekend to get married o nthe run. they actually got married while running the chicago marathon. he wanted a big ceremony with lots of people. she wanted a short and sweet function. so, they compromise. kevin: isn' reversed? minutes. they had customized bride and groom -- toasted with gatorade before finishing the race. it so quickly. sean: can only take a few minutes. kevin: wouldn' t you wait until the end to make sure you finish? one way to do it. sean: bruins captain chara return to the ice last night but was he enough to help boston start th-- stop their slow start?
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sean: welcome back. it is tuesday, october 13. after the long columbus day weekend, a lot of folks returning to work and to school. we will talk about the weather in a moment. first, our top stories. school officials in nashua will meet with parents today after a threatening note was found at nashua high school north. officials say the student' s list had 17 names on it. derry residents will head to the polls today for a special election. this comes after controversial budget cuts were made by the town council. and today, the 2016 democratic
in las vegas. candidate on the ticket is set to take part tonight. we had a beautiful three days. kevin: we have the rainfall friday and we had the showers well. ll notice, rainfall making its way north out of southern parts of new england this morning. it looks like there will be a that. this line of showers from the west starts to make its way in later today. 40 to 50' s early, 60' s to lower 70' s. temperatures should jump a bit. sean: and a little better rainfall, so keep the umbrella handy. looking at eye-93. kevin: we' re joined live by deb davidson. >> right now 93 is looking good in both directions as you are
making away by the hooksett tolls, but be aware of patches area. that is reducing speed a bit, so give yourself a couple of extra getting word of a very serious a tractor-trailer. that is right by the waystation and traffic is backing up really quickly to the area. traffic is also slowing down on the southbound side as everyone is stopping to take a look at it. emergency vehicles are approaching the scene at this time, and authorities are asking you to avoid 93 northbound at the waystation of possible. this report is been brought to you by -- minutemen health, join the revolution. sean: thank you. today, nashua school officials will meet with parents after a threatening list was found at nashua high school north. officials say the list was placed in a japanese anime wmur' s ray brewer joins us live from nashua with the story. good morning, ray.
the book that this list was found in is sold online and in bookstores. school officials say they don' t believe there were any plans by say they' re taking the situation seriously. danielle and eric charest say their 15-year-old daughter came home from nashua high school north last friday scared after her name was discovered on a threatening list. >> i think the mystery shrouding this is what' s causing the alarm to parents. parents are afraid. kids are afraid. ray: school officials say a student spoke up after finding a classmate with a book called, "death note." it' s based on a japanese anime cartoon where characters can write down the names of people who have wronged them and the book supposedly has the power to cause harm to those listed. officials say the student' s list had 17 names on it. >> we don' t believe children were in danger in any point in time. ray: school leaders emailed parents and contacted those whose children were included in the book. >> we did not find any evidence
that the student had intended to harm students or that there were the students' names on the list. ray: the charest' s are frustrated by what they say is a lack of information from officials. more recently, they say the student reached out to their daughter on facebook to say that there was never any intent to be but that didn' charest' s at ease. being that it' s never something that would turn into a tragedy. but how do you know it wouldn' t? t the beginning of a tragic situation? ray: because of confidentiality, the superintendent can' t say what discipline the student will face. reporting live in nashua, ray brewer, wmur news 9. sean: today people in derry will budget cuts made by the town council. councilors made the cuts, which included public safety, over the summer. residents filed petitions asking them to reverse the cuts or have
a special election. three people sued when councilors did nothing, and a judge ordered an election. voting will be held from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. at hood middle school. governor maggie hassan is asking federal authorities to provide resources to those affected by the contaminated wells at pease air force base. hassan wants a long-term program to monitor citizens for health problems after they were exposed to pfc' s, a type of chemical compound used to make a variety it' s still unclear what the long-term effects of pfc exposure are. in a letter to president obama, governor hassan asks for additional resources to ensure the water quality is restored. residents in marlborough can now drink their tap water again. a water sample tested positive for e-coli last week. but newer samples tested negative for the bacteria and health officials say the water is now safe to use without boiling. fewer than half of granite staters on public water systems have access to fluoridated
water. a new survey places new hampshire 43rd in the country. experts say fluoridated drinking water is a safe and simple way to help prevent cavities, keep to the enamel strong, and protect against tooth decay. a new hampshire lawmaker is proposing legislation to ban therapy aimed at changing the sexual orientation of minors. state representative eric schleien says research has led changing someone' s orientation can be dangerous. if the bill passes, new hampshire would become the fifth state to ban the practice. farmington police say a report of shots fired with someone injured turned out to be fake. multiple agencies responded to glen street yesterday after the call came in. police are now investigating who made the false report. two motorcyclists are charged with reckless driving for speeding on i-93 monday afternoon. state troopers say the drivers were traveling at 118 miles per
hour in a 70 mile an hour zone. 26-year-old christopher grant of manchester and 25-year-old brandon clark of weare were taken into custody and later released on personal recognizance. and state police say a third motorcyclist was speeding on i -- i-93 this time in campton. a state police aircraft clocked the motorcycle at 113 miles per hour in a 70 zone. 20-year-old eoin gillespie of massachusetts is charged with reckless driving in that case. a campaign is underway in one new hampshire town to help a remarkable family. pam takes care of her 15-year-old daughter, maura, who was born with a chromosome disorder so rare it does not have a name. maura is non-verbal, in a wheelchair, and attends special classes in the goffstown school system. her mother is a single mom, working full-time as a nurse and struggling to get her daughter and the heavy wheelchair into the family' s old van. now friends hope to raise money to buy a wheelchair van. >> i don' t want to hurt her and i don' t want to hurt me, because
i want to take care of her as long as i can. you know, because she' s -- she' s my daughter. sean: to learn more about the wheels for maura fundraiser coming up in november and how you can help, just log onto wmur.com. new from overnight, anheuser-busch inbev and sab miller have agreed in principal on a merger to create world' s largest beer company. a.b. inbev already has six of the world' s largest beer brands, including budweiser. if the deal with sab miller goes through, the united company would be the world' s largest controlling 31% of the , global beer market. coming up on daybreak, the stage is set for tonight' s democratic debate in las vegas. what the candidates can expect as they take the floor. and manchester residents have a new app just in time for the election. how you can get connected with your favorite candidates. kevin: a couple of shower
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showers through about 10:00 this morning and another round late this afternoon. mixed in between, clouds, temperatures s. we will get other rain chances in a cool down by the end of the week come in just ahead. 2016 coverage, it' s going down tonight in vegas. the first democratic debate of the 2016 cycle kicks off in a few hours. wmur' s nikole killion is live in washington with more on what to expect. good morning. nikole: good morning. party officials tell us the tone will be much different than the republican debates as the democratic candidates get their first chance to take on each other and the issues. democrats debate in vegas. five candidates will appear in the ring, but some are placing bets whether there will be a sixth -- vice president joe biden >> you know, i can' t speak to that. you' ll have to tune in to find out. nikole: biden may not be tipping his hand yet.
>> that means saying no to donald trump. nikole: but hillary clinton is trying to increase her odds after losing some ground to vermont senator bernie sanders >> let' s treat each other civilly. let' s treat each other respectfully. nikole: also looking to hit the jackpot, former maryland governor martin o' malley. >> i' m looking forward to the democratic party finally joining this game and having a debate. the cocoa and lower-tier candidates like former senators jim webb and lincoln chafee. >> debate is a great opportunity for unheard of candidates to make a name for themselves, show off their charisma, show off their dynamism. nikole: asked if they expect to break viewership records like the republicans, democratic officials won' t say, but note hundreds of debate watch parties are being held tonight around the country. sean: nikole, and on the other side of the aisle, what are the republican candidates up to today? nikole: jeb bush will be delivering a speech in manchester on his plan to repeal
ohio governor john kasich is also expected to be in the granite state for a series of townhalls. and mike huckabee, rick santorum, and bobby jindal will be in iowa. meantime, no scheduled events for donald trump, but he' s predicting the debate will make people fall asleep. sean: thank you. organizers say a political convention in manchester yesterday was all about ending partisanship in washington. eight candidates for president addressed the room full of undecided voters. their plans for the economy, reducing drug dependence, and gun control. while each had a different plan, they all said it was important for the president and congress to work together to fix the country' s problems, the ultimate goal of this convention. >> believe me, i will take care of the people in this country looking at right now. that i can tell you. >> i want to take what we did in south carolina to washington.
economy in the world. >> that' s why trust is so important in this come also. there has to be sense of trust you develop with the people you represent. >> the question is, is how do you do solve the problem the problems as opposed to just talking about it? >> when you go about doing this, everything doesn' t have to be slash and burn. it is finding the most effective way you can do it to serve the customer. sean: the three democrats who participated spoke via satellite because they are in las vegas preparing for the debate. manchester is one of two test cities for a new political app that just rolled out. the man who helped start napster and served as facebook' s first president is one of the minds behind brigade. it' s designed to engage young people in the political process by helping them find information about candidates and issues, and connect with other people who have similar opinions. brigade started testing yesterday in manchester and in
a "washington post" journalist held in iran has been convicted of espionage. jason rezaian could reportedly face up to 20 years in prison. little is known about the evidence against the "washington post" reporter because his trial was held behind closed doors. rezaian has dual u.s.-iran citizenship and worked in iran. he was accused of being a spy last july and was detained. >> it' s cruel. it' s just inhumane the way they are treating him mentally, and it' s taking a huge toll on him. he' s very depressed and i' m just really worried for him. sean: the paper says he' s an innocent victim arrested without cause, and they' re working with family and legal counsel to pursue an immediate appeal. one of the biggest road races in new england was held monday the tufts health plan 10k for women in boston. the 39th year of this race. molly huddle broke the course
record in 31:21 minutes. -- 31.21 minutes. there were more than 4300 finishers. all of the registered runners were women. newmarkets keely mcguire was the top new hampshire finisher in 35th overall. the boston bruins were on the ice yesterday against the tampa bay lightning. the b' s got their captain back. zdeno chara played for the first time this year. game number three of the season the b' s still looking for their , first win. pick it up later in the second period, bruins power pla, and david krejci scores on a blast from the blue line. 3 to 3 game. but the lightning regained the lead before the period ending, steven stamkos with a power play one time. 4-3 lightning after two. third period, two more for tampa bay, including jonathan drouin here tuukka rask gave up 6. blame the bruins defense there. the lightning win 6-3. boston is 0-3 to start the season. today former patriots player aaron hernandez is due in court for a pretrial hearing. hernandez is charged with murder
furtado and daniel de abreu. prosecutors are seeking access to physical evidence involving a third party. their motion has been sealed from public view, and neither side would describe the evidence. hernandez was convicted in a separate murder earlier this year and is serving a life sentence. kevin: with a beautiful weekend, but waking up to some fog. showers will follow-up the fog early this morning as we are looking at two areas of showers today. the first moving an and another later on this afternoon. really quite start otherwise, but some fog reducing visibility less than half mile in spots. we will see showers continue to push and from the south early this morning, a few light showers out west. otherwise, looking at temperatures which started a generally from the 50' s to near 60 degrees early on. looking at one more mile day across the area with
going anywhere from the mid-60' s s. there is a band of showers taking away north and maybe even a downpour coming north out of long island and it looks like it will be the far southeastern spots across the state. this front arrives late this afternoon for western areas, mixed in between. there will be drier hours allowing temperatures with a the 60' s to lower 70' s for one be about it for us today. temperatures right now in the 50' s to even upper 40' s across the area. the fog should left rather quickly once we get beyond about 8:00 this morning, but likely around for the start of the height of the morning commute. farther north, temperatures in the 40' s. a couple of 30 sprinkled in and the north country early on where we have had clear skies through the greater part of the evening. highs today from the 60' s to lower 70' s. chance of a couple of showers this morning, a few more pushing in from the west end of the afternoon.
a couple of more showers later today with gradual clearing, setting up temperatures tomorrow in the 60' s. it looks like just about statewide. then we start to slip back to the 50' the tommy get toward thursday. that should be the driest day. partial sunshine. the next cool front arrives early on friday. a couple of more showers try to daylight hours on friday, maybe just cool enough as that arrives could be in the form of some the air will come straight out of canada and likely will be around to the weekend with highs only in the 40' s to lower 50' s. that will also come with a northwesterly breeze by the time 60' s to near 70 degrees today. showers this morning, a couple more late into the day and this in between, clouds and a few breaks of sunshine. and extended forecast, temperatures continue to cool off day by day the next several same thing.
today, maybe a passing shower tomorrow. try on thursday. a couple of more showers could be the rain form and southern areas but mixed form farther north in elevation. a be a few flurries around on saturday. mainly up in the north country. would not be surprised of a couple reported to the lakes region. it will be a chilly weekend, temperatures in the 40' s to lower 50' s. the breeze will make it feel cooler. sean: may be a good time to check out the furnace and make sure it is working. following news out of wyndham, i accident. -- i-93 north, pretty bad accident. time for our ulocal hotshots. look at that picture.
ulocal members, by logging onto >> temperatures around 50. it looks like we will have showers for the morning commute in a lot of the southeastern communities in the state and other showers move in on the wet late this afternoon and it did this evening. sean: a couple of enterprising men in vermont have come up with an unusual way to make money. they are picking fall leaves from vermont tree, and selling them online. kevin: the two harvest the leaves, vacuum seal them in bags, and sell them. for a sense of vermont' s foliage you can order an assortment of , 12 leaves for $20 of a box of 50 for $40. shipping is free. sean: the other guy was selling three for $20. deal. fans of will ferrell can now party at a bar paying homage to the comedic actor. kevin: stay classy new york is a manhattan bar featuring decor and drinks inspired by ferrell' s tv and movie characters.
inspired by ferrell films, including "anchorman" and "talladega nights." it' s unclear if ferrell even knows about stay classy new york, but the owners say he is always welcome to drop in. sean: "elf" was in new york. it can go on and on. woman' s body is found in why police weren' t able to find it when they first searched her home. a threatening note found in a nashua high school, why officials are now sitting down with ahrens. another water main break in salem. what officials are doing to keep it from happening again round one of the democratic debate. coming up, i will show you what hillary clinton and the other
>> she stated she was afraid. sean: some parents are upset after a threatening note was found in a high school in nashua, and their meeting with school officials this morning. a gruesome discovery in manchester. police think they' ve found the body of a woman missing for three weeks. kevin: still fairly mild with the risk of a few showers. how quickly we cool down in the week ahead. sean: the democratic presidential hopefuls take the spotlight tonight for their first debate.