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erin: now on daybreak the , democrats running for president took the stage in las vegas last night for their first debate. they covered a wide range of topics but it was one issue that , really drew the applause. >> very proud of my community showing up in numbers. there was record turnout for a special election in derry and voters have overturned a series of controversial budget cuts. kevin: mixed skies today and still fairly mild. cooler air builds in. erin: the damage is done. police in jaffrey are looking for the vandals targeting some special scarecrows in town. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] announcer: no one covers new hampshire like we do.
erin: thanks for starting your day with us. we are looking at some temperatures in the 50' s and it looks like it is going to be cooler today than it was yesterday. temperatures will not be quite as warm as yesterday. above the norm and near-normal tomorrow and friday. i the weekend, things change. 53 in fort smith, light wind early. extra clouds and passing showers up north. those will wonder and from the west. a lot of 50' s on the map early. 60' s by 3:00. exception will be the north, we will talk more about that coming up. let' s look at your morning drive here in the granite state we' re joined live by 95.7 wzid' s deb
change thing building -- >> seeing some volume on 93 as you make your way through the hooksett tolls. give yourself a couple action minutes. 293 is a good ride through the city through the lane shifts. living well on the everett turnpike through the bedford tolls through merrimack to the state line. on 101a we' re seeing delays from route 3 to 111. 111 is good as is 95 in both directions on the seacoast. this is brought to you by peters hundred onda, nissan and kia of nashua. from the traffic network i' m deb , davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: the democrats hoping to replace president obama in the white house squared off for their first debate last night as they shared a stage in las vegas. the two hour debate focused
primarily on the issues, not personal attacks, and bernie sanders even jumped in to defend hillary clinton. abc' s kenneth moton reports. kenneth: round the democrats one, sparring over the issues. hillary clinton feisty, aggressive, defending her record in the senate and as secretary of state. >> i would not ask anyone to vote for me because of my last name. i would ask them listen to what i' m proposing look at what i' ve accomplished. kenneth from gun control. :>> is bernie sanders tough enough on guns? >> no, not at all. >> it' s time to stand up and pass comprehensive gun safety legislation. kenneth to foreign policy. :>> the greatest strategic threat that we have right now is resolving our relationship with china. kenneth the biggest moment of : the night, bernie sanders on clinton' s email scandal. >> the american people are sick and tired of hearing about your -- e-mails. >> thank you me, too. , me, too. kenneth lincoln chafee trying to : seize on the moment. there' s an issue of american
>> credibility out there. >> do you want to respond? >> no. kenneth: that received the most attention on twitter. former president bill clinton tweeting this picture and the hashtag i' m with her. donald trump posting sorry, there is no star on the stage tonight. the top two contenders in the polls celebrating post debate, hillary clinton thanking supporters, bernie sanders calling out republicans. >> i would hope that the american people see the difference between people that are trying to address real issues rather than call people names. kenneth then there' s the joe : biden factor, the vice president was not mentioned last we' week if he' debate as a candidate. kenneth moton, abc news washington. chair of new hampshire' s republican party to talk about s debate. s nothing hillary clinton could t feel much better about bernie sanders. >> when the only viable alternative to hillary clinton
is a lifelong avowed socialist, that tells you this is not your father' s democratic party. they are too extreme, too liberal and too out of touch for the american people erin: we want to know which candidate you think helped their campaign the most during last night' s debate. right now, it is pretty close with hillary clinton and bernie sanders. followed by martin o' malley. you can still weigh in on our website, facebook or by calling the number on your screen. there is another debate today in the manchester mayoral race. republican incumbent ted gatsas and democratic challenger, alderman joyce craig, will face off this morning at the puritan conference and event center with the debate to focus mostly on business issues. the debate starts at 8:00. gatsas hopes to win a fourth november. woman elected as mayor of manchester. voters in derry turned out in record numbers yesterday and overturned a series of controversial budget cuts. more than six thousand people cast ballots in the special
s ray brewer joins us live -- he is in derry this morning and this has been a huge issue for months. ray: ever since the town council adopted budget cuts in may, residents have been upset. especially since the cuts included cuts to public safety. residents forced the special election and yesterday voted to repeal every single one of those cuts. the most overwhleming result concerned cutting firefighter jobs, with more than 58% voting to repeal those cuts. almost as many people voted to overturn cuts to the police department and the closing of a fire department. the closest vote concerned the council' s decision to eliminate the director of human resources -- that repeal passed by less than 60 votes. i want to see services restored. >>i want to see services restored. i live in the far end of derry where the fire station was closed. i' m over an 8 minute response time on a good day. >> obviously i stand by the
believe our town council was elected to do. that was to cut taxes substantially so we can bring businesses to our local economy. ray: more than 30% of registered voters in town cast ballots a record for the town election. the clerk only ordered 2500 ballots but those ran out in the afternoon forcing them to , scramble to prepare more and then count the results by hand. once the counting was done, voters have decided to repeal all eight cuts. live in derry, ray brewer, wmur news 9. erin: police in danbury are getting creative as they try to find someone who has been growing marijuana. officers pulled these plants from a wooded area and left a note behind that said if your summer' s horticulture project is gone and you' d like to talk to somebody about it, please feel free to give us a call. and you should have our number, i left a business card.
the red cross is helping a family of six this morning including four children after a house fire in center ossipee yesterday. laurel road got out safely when flames sparked in the basement -- though the exact cause is still under investigation and the home is not liveable right now. police in jaffrey want to know who destroyed several scarecrows and even set two of them on fire . they were made by kids and on display downtown. the scarecrows shown here are not the ones that were vandalized. officers say damage was found monday on turnpike road and on a trail behind peterborough road. still ahead on news 9 daybreak, scientists say the bobcat population in new hampshire is growing and now officials are considering letting people hunt the animals. with the drug and opioid crisis facing new hampshire there is a new effort to establish drug courts in every county. at a crowd gathered in
kevin: clear skies in southern areas and clouds in the north country. temperatures mild in the low and mid 50' s. we jumped into the 60' s in the afternoon before cooler air starts to win at it we talk about shower chances, coming up. erin: should new hampshire host an annual hunt for bobcats? the new hampshrie fish and game commission is scheduled to discuss that idea today.
bobcats have been protected since 1989 when their numbers dropped. but earlier this year biologists said the population is growing and fish and game officials say there may be enough to support a limited hunt of about 75 per year. today' s meeting starts at 1:00 in concord. there is a new call this morning for the state' s drug czar to be fired. state senator sam cataldo is making the demand after foster' s "daily democrat" reported that the president of the new hampshire medical society said that drug czar jack wozmak has not reached out to physicians. a spokesperson for governor maggie hassan' s office says wozmak has been in contact with leaders at the new hampshire medical society on multiple occasions. there is a new bill in concord to provide funding for drug courts in every county in the state. the 3 million dollar bill would fund half of the cost for creating new drug courts and give financial help to counties that already have the program. drug courts offer an 18-month
as an alternative to jail time. participants submit to random drug testing, constant monitoring and counseling. >> i saw the people graduate and go on to return to their families, return to work. begin to be a positive influence on society when they were a drag on it in the past. so it will work, if run right. erin: if the bill is passed the courts could be up and running in every county by the spring. 6:13 page still ahead most to make sure their children are healthy. - baby is born could play a key role. plus the serious health risks
allowed to return home this morning as wildfires continue to char parts of the plains states. several fires are burning from the rocky mountains to the mississippi river, including one in wyoming that has destroyed 13 homes. a dozen more are in danger in montana. firefighters say prairie grass is especially thick this year, providing extra fuel. officials have now ended the search for victims buried under a massive landslide in guatelama nearly two weeks after a hillside gave way. at least 280 people died and 70 are still listed as missing. authorities have promised financial aid for the victims and are looking to build 150 new homes nearby. a new study from the new york police department adds to the research that officers who served at ground zero after the 9/11 attacks have significantly higher rates of cancer. researchers looked at nearly 40,000 officers and found that cancer rates for those who
served between 2002 and 2014 were roughly 50% higher. rates of malignant brain tumors and kidney cancers tripled, while thyroid cancer and non-hodgkin' s lymphoma increased by about 50%. if you want a healthier baby, you may want to plan on giving birth in the summer. researchers at britain' s cambridge university say babies born in summer months have a healthier birth weight and are taller. girls may also start puberty later in life compared to girls born in other seasons. researchers say more work is needed, but the difference may be because moms-to-be get more sunlight and vitamin d in their second trimester. the unemployment rate in new hampshire continues to drop. compared to a year ago. it is well below the national
rate of 5.1%. if you are looking for work, help is available today hosting a job fair from 4:00 until 7:00 this evening at manchester community college with dozens of potential employers on hand. beautiful sunlight with the foliage. kevin: temperatures starting to half of the week. chilly wind this weekend. as we go to the manasseh not region -- may not knock -- mattanoc showers early this morning. s. year.
it into the weekend. the white mountains have had a couple showers. as you get farther south to the monadnock region and the coast. through during today' s serious but you will see clouds move through at times. it' s cool enough that it is not only rain showers moving through north. for some areas as we work our way closer to the weekend, that could be the reality in the north country. a couple sheltered valleys like plymouth into the mid-40' s early. high temperatures from the mid 50' s up north to mid 60' s in southern spots. manchester will have a breeze from 10-15 miles per hour during the afternoon.
s a chance that one moves through in central and southern areas through the afternoon. we begin the cooldown later tonight. lows will be in the 30' s to lower 40' s. highs tomorrow in the lower 60' s in southern areas. better shower chances with similar temperatures, 50' s to lower 60' s friday. maybe: off and higher elevations as the system wraps up friday evening. maybe even a few flurries saturday as the cool air rushes and behind a disturbance. gusty winds with temperatures as highs only in the 40' s on sunday will be the coldest air of the season so far. temperatures anywhere from the 50' s early to the 60' s foremost in the afternoon. the extended forecast shows a gradual cooling trend. the coolest of the afternoon' s will be with sunshine and gusty winds sunday. highs will only be in the 40' s.
chilly start. monday, lowes to the upper 30' s. by the time we get to the end of the 60' s. a very up and down timeline for october. a perfect example. erin: sunday and monday highs in the 40' s? kevin: likely. erin: it will feel cooler out there. stories. ray: voters in derry have decided to repeal the budget cuts passed by the town council in may. it was a record turnout in derry ballots. they voted to repeal every part of the budget cuts. the most overwhelming result concerned cutting firefighter more than 58% voting to repeal those. erin: police in jaffrey want to know who destroyed several scarecrows like these and even set two of them on fire.
local children. state fish and game officials are discussing a proposal today to allow a limited hunt for bobcats in new hampshire. bobcats have been protected since 1989. their numbers are now on the rise. coming up on daybreak it is , tradition for fathers to walk their daughters down the aisle at their weddings. but it was an amazing surprise for this bride thanks to some
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 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,
erin: a woman in washington state may have hit the jackpot at her local thrift store. she bought four paintings for 25 cents each that appear to be early storyboards for the "simpsons," done by the creator matt graining. kevin: the paintings have not been authenticated but experts , think they may have been part of a school project in college.
dollars each. that is it? erin: the college was asking her to give them to the college. good for her. special occasions. but there was some added emotion this weekend in old orchard beach, maine. ralph duquette has been battling leukemia and he and his daughter had agreed long ago that he was too weak to walk her down the aisle. kevin: but he has been secretly practicing walking all summer and surprised her at the ceremony. the two even got to share a father daughter dance at the reception. erin: oh, my goodness. how sweet. he' s been working on that all summer. i' m sure she had mascara running down her face. kevin: a special moment. erin: coming up in your next space in high definition. half hour. the new red camera at the space station is providing detail like
national captioning institute, caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] announcer: no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 daybreak. erin: good morning. as the sun makes its rise over the port city, 54 degrees and we are expecting some temperatures a little cooler than yesterday. because coming up in your forecast. but first, top stories. derry residents turned out in record numbers yesterday and overturned a series of controversial budget cuts. more than 6,000 people cast ballots in the special election, which is an historic turnout for
the town. the 5 democratic presidential hopefuls vying for a seat in the white house took the stage in las vegas for their first prime-time debate last night. front-runner hillary clinton took some hits and even received some support from her rivals. the trial date for matthew dion, the man accused of killing his parents and setting their manchester home on fire, has been scheduled. the court set jury selection for january 19. enjoy this warmth while it lasts. we are heading into the 40' s in the weekend. kevin: today is probably the last day where temperatures will be above average p a beautiful sunrise out of the coast. sunshine in the southeastern half of the state. the farther north and west, a few showers in coos county.
back to the norm friday and well below it for the weekend. erin: even some snowflakes in the forecast. we want to check the roads. here' s a look at 93 in windham. kevin: for a look at the morning drive here in the granite state, we' re joined live by 95.7 wzid' s deb davidson. good morning, deb. >> 93 moving much better than yesterday at this time. seeing some minor delays on 93 tolls and to the split with 293. time. either direction through the on the everett turnpike southbound, traffic is below the speed limit through the bedford tolls. right now, one 01, 111 and the well. if you are commuting into boston, we are seeing pockets of
the 95 connector to the leverett connector into boston. this report brought to you by peters honda, nissan, and kia of nashua. from the wzid traffic network, i' m deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: commitment 2016, what happened in vegas didn' t stay in vegas as the democrats faced off last night in nevada. all 5 candidates eyeing the top spot in the oval office taking the stage for the first time together. our nikole killion has more. nikole: the democratic candidates are back on the trail after their fight night in vegas. in las vegas, the democratic candidates for president laid their cards on the table. >> i' m not taking a backseat to anybody. nikole: hillary clinton defended her frontrunner status as she faced more questions about her ongoing e-mail controversy. >> i want to talk not about my emails but about what the american people want from the next president of the united
think the secretary is right, and that is that the american people are sick and tired of hearing about your -- e-mails. nikole: while clinton' s closet rival bernie sanders came to her defense the velvet gloves , eventually came off. >> secretary clinton just said her policy is tougher than yours. >> that' s not true. nikole: as the candidates sparred on a range of issues from the iraq war. weapons of mass destruction in iraq. nikole: to the economy. >> we do need background checks. nikole: and gun control. >> i come from a rural state and the views on gun control in rural states are different from it' s not about rural and urban >> -- we were able to pass this and still respect the hunting tradition of people who lived in our rural areas and we did it by leading by principal not by pandering to the nra. included income inquality,
the democrats' next match m nikole killion. erin: the democratic debate certainly generated a lot of buzz on social media, particularly from the gop contenders. donald trump live-tweeted during the debate, his feed was mostly filled with retweets, but he did first this sorry there was no , star on the stage. jeb bush tweeted that the democratic contenders are running for president obama' s third term. of responses didn' t come from a from any of the candidates instead, a spouse. bill clinton tweeted this in the middle of the debates, saying, what happens in vegas is i watch hillary clinton prove she' s the most qualified candidate. we want to know which candidate you think helped their campaign the most during last night' s debate. right now, hillary clinton ahead with 41%. bernie sanders, 40%.
this has been changing and we appreciate everyone weighing in. you can still weigh in on our website, facebook or by calling the number on your screen. we want to know what you think. the democratic presidential candidates will debate again next month in iowa. then on december 19, they' ll be here in new hampshire for a debate we' ll host in partnership with abc news. the next republican debate will be in about two weeks on october 28. that debate will be in colorado. the republican candidates will come to manchester for a debate we' ll host with abc news on february sixth. in local election news, a record-breaking set of votes in derry yesterday. the town overturned highly controversial budget cuts. wmur' s ray brewer is live in derry this morning. ray, i hear people were still voting right up until the final minute? ray: they were erin.
ballots, more than 30% of derry ' s registered voters showed up at the polls. that was a record. when the ballots were counted, they voted to repeal all the budget cuts. the line stretched outside of hood middle school as thousands cast ballots on eight budget petitions. the town clerk says it was the biggest turnout in a derry election as more than six thousand went to the polls. >> i' ve lived here 13 years. i vote in every election, local, state, and federal, but i' ve never seen a turnout like this. ray: five months ago the town , council passed a controversial budget that cut public safety departments in favor of lowering taxes. cuts included slashing fire and police positions and the closing of a fire station. residents then filed petitions asking the council to either reverse the cuts or hold a special election. councilors took no action, so a judge ordered that yesterday' s special election take place. a yes vote reversing the budget cuts. >> what was the facts and data
particular council gave was that these things were just, it was a dart board. ray: a no vote would have keep the cuts in place. >> you see houses up for sale everywhere. and a lot of the elderly who lived here for 30 years said i can' t afford to pay these taxes. i have to sell my house and move. that' s not right. that' s just not right. ray: the clerk ordered 2500 ballots and ran out. more than six thousand people casting votes. >> i want to see services restored. where the fire station was closed. i' m over an 8 minute response time on a good day. >> obviously i stand by the , crafting the budget that i believe our town council was elected to do. and that was to cut taxes substantially so that we can bring in more residents so that we can attract more business to our local economy. ray: one vote in particular came very close, that was article
resources, that was repealed by only 60 points. the restoration of cuts to the fire department was passed by more than 1000 votes. live in derry, ray brewer, wmur news 9. erin: for more details on the thank you. derry special election visit wmur.com. a vigil was held yesterday to remember a manchester woman believed to be dead after a body was discovered inside her home. sue hutchinson was last seen 3 weeks ago. police say see she vanished around the same time as her roommate, stephen andrade. police say he killed himself in a massachusetts motel room last week. investigators hope an autopsy will positively identify the victim found in hutchinson' s apartment. but her friends are already in mourning. >> if she had to give you the shirt off her back, she would do that. >> i need to say goodbye to her. and let her know that we shall remember her always and forever. erin: an autopsy was scheduled for yesterday to determine if
the body is in fact hutchinson. an investigation is underway to determine if andrade had anything to do with hutchinson' s disappearance. the trial date of matthew dion has now been set. dion is accused of killing his parents and setting their manchester home on fire. the court set jury selection for january 19. the trial is expected to take two weeks. the home where the murder took place is expected to be demolished before trial, so prosecutors will use video to show the scene. cologne has landed a manchester man in jail. was confronted by loss prevention officers as he tried to leave a lord and taylor store that' threatening them with a switchblade and warned them not to call police. he is charged with robbery and criminal threatening with a deadly weapon after he was caught in a nearby swamp. much more ahead on news 9 daybreak. a former nba star hospitalized after being found unresponsive.
kevin: peak foliage. at any point today, we could have a stray showers appeared otherwise, we blend sunshine with clouds and a chance of a passing shower in the afternoon. low to mid 60' s today but cooler air winning out, we will talk about that coming up. erin: dutch investigators have confirmed that a surface to air malaysia airlines flight 17 last year. in its final report, the dutch safety board concluded a russian made missle exploded less than a yard from the cockpit, causing the front of the plane to break off. shrapnel was found in victims. the report says while some of the passengers may have been conscious in the time it took
t fully aware of what was happening. a baltimore judge says statements made by one of six officers charged in the death of freddie gray can be used in trial. gray died from a severed spinal cord while in police custody back in april. the judge denied a request to suppress sergeant alicia white' statements to police investigators. three other officers withdrew motions yesterday to have their statements suppressed. the six officers face charges ranging from second-degree murder to assault. they have all pleaded not guilty to the charges. in sports, former nba star lamar odom is currently hospitalized in nevada after being found unconscious at a brothel yesterday. paramedics were not able to airlift odom to the hospital because of his height, 6' 10" was , too tall for the helicopter so he traveled by ambulance instead. odom has been out of the nba since 2014 after being cut by the knicks. the 35-year-old is also known as the ex-husband of reality tv star khloe kardashian.
his current condition is unknown at this time. manchester' s chip kelly, the next head coach of the usc trojans? you never know. usc fired their coach yesterday and almost immediately kelly' s name was thrown around as an attractive candidate. kelly is the head coach of the eagles and has extensive authority over all of the football operations for the team. kelly' s next media availability is on thursday. stay tuned. moving now to our high school football power pole. after 6 weeks we have a new #1. its goffstown, who defeated the bedford bulldogs on saturday. the grizzlies are the number one in the power poll for the first time ever. >> there are six more games so there' s a lot of football to be played. the goal is to be at the top at the end of the season. >> we are number one in the state but we have to prove it. we have a target on our back. >> in means a lot to be
recognized. i do not think we are the number one team yet. we still have a lot of work to do. erin: and the rest of the top 10, winnacunnet moves up 3 spots after bearing down on number 1 pinkerton last week. other teams receiving votes were nashua north and merrimack. you may not find a sweeter chicago cubs fan than this, loretta dolan has been waiting more than a century to see a post-season cubs' victory. this week she attended her first , playoff game at wrigley field, that' s where she recalled decades and decades of tracking >> i' m 101 in two months. we used to take our own lunch and pop. and we never paid anything. i could sit and cry when they t, when they don' t win. erin: now lunch and pop is going to cost you a pretty penny. playoff victory monday. the cubs beat their arch rivals, the saint louis cardinals. maybe she offered good luck, the cubs beat the cardinals again
last night 6-4. announcer: now, your storm watch 9 forecast. erin: the sun is up in manchester. we had seen some mornings where we had a lot of thought that today not really the case. kevin: autumn is one of the seasons wherefore several days you can feel like early autumn or you can stray into the heart of autumn. that' s where we head into the weekend it early this morning, sunshine central and southern areas. a thicker cloud cover up north. along with that, a couple showers early on. nothing has a today but enough to keep things cooler. the north country is likely not out of the 50' s today. that is a taste of cooler air that wins out into the weekend. most of this showers continuing to move eastward, drying up
the coos county area and will continue to do so into the afternoon. central and southern areas are looking at sunshine. there may be a stray shower into the afternoon in southeastern spots. temperatures behind the upper-level system are cold enough in canada for a little snow. as we continue to cool down, the possibility is therefore a couple of northern areas and maybe some central spots by saturday. temperatures in the 40' s to near 50 degrees. a mild start all things considered. we get into the afternoon today. yesterday. s, still above average. starting tomorrow and through friday. high temperatures today will be a bit cooler in the north country. 50' s because of the extra cloud shower. central and southern areas, there may be a stray shower but
i think we have the morning and clouds moving out. north. lower half of the 40' s and southern areas tomorrow. not quite the potential and temperatures we have today. lower 60' . similar ratings friday but with more clouds and an occasional shower, the highest elevations may go over to mixed showers friday. there may be a few flurries saturday with the cool air rushing in. the flow coming out of canada and that seemingly happens through monday. high temperatures today in the low-to-mid 60' s. changeable sky for central and southern areas. up north, clouds and the occasional shower. extended forecast, we move temperatures backwards over the next several days. we eventually bottom out on sunday. high temperatures by then only
winds at time 15-20 miles per hour. we will put wind chills in the 30' s for sunday. we climbed back after a cold start monday. a lot of southern areas where the growing season may end into monday. erin: a new camera on the international space station is playing a key role in experiments. kevin: the red camera shoots video at a resolution four times higher than the normal high definition camera. that lets researchers on earth see more details when they review video of experiments. in this one, astronaut scott kelly pops alka-seltzer tablets into floating water, making them dance. erin: it makes you wonder about the other center tablets. kevin: what is that doing in your stomach? erin: that is really interesting. still ahead on news 9 daybreak, a new study revealing helmeted
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ray: voters in derry turning out in record numbers for a town election on budget cuts that had been adopted by the town council in may. the voters overwhelmingly rejected all the cuts. erin: state fish and game officials are discussing a proposal today to allow a limited hunt for bobcats in new hampshire. bobcats have been protected since 1989. police in jaffrey are trying to figure out who destroyed several scarecrows like some in jaffrey fire. the scarecrows were all made by local children. now for a look at your travel times out there this morning -- it is going to take you a bit yourself extra time. we' re seeing one hour 15 minutes manchester.
big problems on route three this morning. more than four billion people are off-line, according to a new report from the united nations. most people in the world do not google, tweet, or even bank online. the u.n. broadband commission says 57% of the world is off-line. kind of hard to believe when so many of us are so plugged in. kevin: it does seem that way. look at that. erin: beautiful shot. bringing the sunrise. kevin: low and mid 50' central and southern areas. sunshine early up north. a couple showers through coos county and sprinkles or showers are a possibility into the afternoon. bottoming out on sunday. erin: next on "good morning america, more on the face-offs. democratic candidates for