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fridays. >> yeah, and that's what's making news in america this morning. >> stay with us for "good >> now on "daybreak," a street in franklin shut down after a startling discovery. the water is back on. why some in boscawen were stuck without water. >> much cooler air arrives today. how cool it will feel and your weekend forecast coming up. >> rock out for a beloved radio host. a special benefit for andy blacksmith. >> no one covers new hampshire
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now wmur "news 9 daybreak." erin: good friday morning. thanks for starting your day with us. i'm erin fehlau. looks like we have in for cooler air. hayley: temperatures will be 20 degrees colder than yesterday. i don't know if you got to enjoy the 70's like we did in southern new hampshire. it felt good, didn't it? it was a one-day thing. the temperatures really crashing overnight here. it won't go up. we won't have much of a rebound once we get to this afternoon. it is 46 degrees. we have temperatures in the 40's. laconia 45. 51 in manchester. you see the clouds moving through. that's the cold front. the clouds will linger through the morning. the temperatures take a big dip. keep that in mind. it will feel colder because of the breeze. more on the weekend's forecast ahead. first a look at the morning drive here in the granite state. we're joined live by deb davidson.
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good morning, deb. deb: good morning, hayley. right now 93 is looking great through the state of new hampshire with no major delays or incidents causing any slowdowns this morning. if you are commuting on 293, everything looks good through the mill yard and through the lane shifts between exits five and three. that's due to some bridge maintenance that's going on through the area. the everett turnpike is moving well at the bedford tolls and down through the lane drops and also from merrimack into nashua. if you are out on the seacoast, 95 looks great. this report is being brought to you by autofair. from the wzid traffic network, i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: we are following some breaking news for you this morning. another fatal campus shooting. one person was killed and two others were injured at tennessee state university in nashville. police say that the
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a dispute over a dice game in an outdoor courtyard. at this time, we don't know if the victims were students. there's no word at this time on the status of the shooter. we've also just learned about a fatal motorcycle accident in newport overnight. police say a call came in shortly after midnight when a single motor vehicle with one person inside drove off of the john stark highway into the woods. fire officials say when crews arrived there was a fully involved vehicle fire in the woods just about 20 feet off of the road. the state fire marshal's office was the called to the scene. all lanes are back open at this time. now to franklin where police say a man made an extremely dangerous discovery while out walking his dog. federal officials quickly jumped into action and set up a perimeter on spring street. ray brewer is live in franklin with more on
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this big response. ray: erin, the man was walking his dog wednesday afternoon in a wooded area off of spring street when he came across what is essentially meth in bottles. sealed off as firefighters and police moved into the area. police say these one pot can be just as explosive as meth labs. it prompted the response teams to seal off of the street. >> we were able to secure the scene. we were able to seize approximately 15 plastic bottles filled with the chemicals. ray: franklin police say they have suspects in the case. they expect to make an arrest soon. live in franklin, ray brewer, wmur news 9. erin: is it unusual to find individual portions of meth? ray: well, erin, it is a little unusual. they are seeing more of this. the reason why they are seeing more of it is
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an actual meth lab. these are literally more mobile. people have been known to make these in their cars. erin: all right. ray brewer in franklin. thank you. moving on, people in boscawen are waking up with running water after being without it for more than a day. the issue is at fessenden terrace. it was because of unpaid water bills. one person still lives there. even though the water is independent of the town, yesterday the health officers ordered the water to be turned back on. >> i know there are still issues that need to be resolved. i hope the two parties are able to work things out and come up with a plan so that something like this isn't necessary in the future. erin: the property manager said shut off the water. the tenants who have been paying on time
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a major spill in maine. 15 gallons of contaminated water was discharged from a river in rum ford. the water is used in the paper manufacturing process. the state says the impact will be min ma'am. officials say the water should have gone to a treatment plant. right now an investigation is underway to figure out why that didn't happen. new hampshire's war on heroin. a man was taken into custody at the econo lodge and charged with selling the drug. they executed a search warrant of the hotel. they arrested 26-year-old paulson papillon. additional charges include possession with intend to distribute heroin and cocaine. bell was set at $10,000. today is the day that granite state car enthusiast have been waiting for. the auto show begins at noon in bedford.
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for then't -- for the event. organizers say it is a great family event and a environment. 5:00 on sunday. still ahead this morning, hillary clinton facing tough questions on benghazi. committee. a special night for andy blacksmith. and the victim of a vicious dog attack in bowe speaking out.
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hayley: good morning, new hampshire. it is 5:09. going up.
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with the breeze that's kicking up. the morning clouds give way to sunshine. more sun on the way for the weekend. >> i've lost more sleep than all of you put together. i have been racking my brain about what more could have been done. erin: 11 hours in the hot seat. democratic presidential front runner, hillary clinton, appeared in front of the committee. reporter: it was a marathon day. she was on the hot seat for over eight hours. the hearing lasted 11 hours. right out of the gate they told clinton the investigation is not about her. >> this investigation is about four people who were killed representing our country on foreign soil.
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it is about what happened before, during, and after the attacks that killed them. reporter: democrats had a different take. >> this abusive effort to derail secretary clinton's presidential campaign. reporter: republicans released a never been seen e-mail hillary clinton wrote to diane reynolds. two of the officers were killed in benghazi by an al qaeda-like group. that's a different one than the obama administration took immediately after the attack saying it was a protest over an anti-islamic video no grew violent. the state department responded for the request for increased security. >> you have two ambassadors that made several requests. here's what happened. they were torn up. >> that's just not true, congressman. reporter: throughout the long hearing, she was
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cool, deliberate, and not taking any political bait from republicans. once again, hillary clinton took responsibility. she grew emotional talking about how much sleep she has lost. karen travers, abc news. erin: lindsey graham will be in the granite state and john kasich will participate in three town halls. it was a special night for the greg and the morning buzz. all of the proceeds to a concert featuring the band's candlebox, red sky mary, and watts were given to donate life new england all in memory of andy blacksmith. the radio personality passed away in june while awaiting a heart
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the $10,000 will help others waiting for a life-saving organ donation. >> that's his legacy is giving life to others. >> he loved all of the bands. this is what he would have wanted, a big party. >> he's watching right now. he's in the front row. >> yeah, thank you to everybody. erin: his legacy certainly living on. he donated his own organs to others in need. he's still missed. it is now 5:13. coming up, a new change facebook users are liking a lot this morning. and believe it or not, thanksgiving a little away. so is the holiday shopping season.
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and small are erin: this week's hometown hero is joanne coffey of merrimack. she broke the state record for assists.
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she has over 1,900 in her three years as a varsity starter. she's a candidate for the player of the year award as well as an all american nominee. she's committed to play volleyball next year at n.h.u. where she plans to study business. have you noticed anything different on facebook? maybe you should search again. they debuted numerous features. one biggy is the new search tool which makes it possible to see all public posts. another new future that facebook will highlight and suggest posts about breaking and developing news as you start to type. it is almost that time of year ago. in preparation for the holiday season, amazon says it will hire 100,000 workers. that's 25% more than last year. the boost comes from the rise in online shopping,
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even traditional retrailers like macy's and walmart have added extra features, but it doesn't mean an increase in hires. new jobs could mean you could pick up extra cash. last month the county with the lowest unemployment rate was grafton county. statewide 3% of granite staters are unemployed. the national unemployment rate is also low at just over 5%. hundreds of thousands of seasonal jobs are up for grabs across the country, including here in the granite state. little local spots in manchester like with heart and hand gift shops and van otis chocolates are hiring. >> christmas starts the day after thanksgiving. it is a big holiday because it lasts all month. people are right into the holiday season. we get going right away. erin: the openings are varied.
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van otis needs a few holiday workers to make up to 6,000 boxes of the famous swiss fudge. i feel like everywhere i've been i've seen now hiring signs up. of hayley: that's a good thing. we need that. as we head into the holiday, the coldest temperatures arriving. today is going to feel a lot cooler. yesterday. today we're back to the october realty. look at temperatures. now they have been crashing up in the north country. berlin and whitefield now in the 30's after overnight temperatures were warmer in the 40's. then across the state that's happening really everywhere. 49 degrees in concord, 51 in manchester. i wouldn't be surprised if we drop a few degrees more with the daylight happening later in the morning. we still have time to cool off. the problem is once we get the sunshine, we aren't going to warm up much. look at these comparisons over the past 24 hours.
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yesterday a lot of us cranking it up into the 60's and even some low 70's like in manchester. we've reached 71. look at temperature i'm expecting today. only 50 in manchester and nashua. that's a good 20 plus degree change in a 24-hour period. the main driver of that is some colder air coming down from canada. it is all courtesy of the wind. it is coming right out of the northwest. especially up north where it's been cranking 13 miles per hour and plymouth 10 miles per hour. as we go through the day, the strongest winds will be around lunchtime. could be some gusts up near 20 miles an hour. nothing crazy in terms of strong winds here. it is going to make it feel all the more cooler as the cold air drains down from quebec and ontario. over tonight, the winds will diminish. with the clear skies and those winds dying down, it is going to be colder tonight. cold front moves through
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now. we still have some clouds in place. those will kick on out of here. we'll have more sunshine afternoon. this system is what we're going to have rolling flu we'll get some sunshine over the weekend. there's the threat of showers that come on sunday. here's how things go on the future cast. clouds. could be a mountain of snow shower. tonight clear skies, cold, we'll start out saturday mostly sunny and clouds are going to increase. by dinner time we'll be overcast. sunday morning is when the rain showers move through. breezy winds out of the northwest. temperatures in the 40's north. some 50's in the southern part of the state. for friday night football tonight, clear skies. it will be breezy and cool. you won't need the rain gear, but you'll need the warm weather gear. sunny and saturday. after a cold morning, tonight temperatures dips into the 20's region wide.
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54 on saturday. 58 with morning showers on sunday. then next week very seasonal temperatures with highs in the 50's all week long. not a bad weekend. we'll call it a 50/50 weekend. some sun and some rain showers. erin: it's been getting dark so early. my kids soccer practices have to cancel early because it is too dark. all right. ray brewer with news after discovery in franklin. ray: a man makes an explosive discovery. she was walking his dog when he came across meth in a bottle. it is just as explosive as a regular meth lab. they say they do have suspects and expect to make an arrest soon. erin: one person is dead and two other wounded in an off campus shooting at tennessee state university. police say the shooting was prompted by a dispute over a dice
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game. the male victim died in the shooting. newport police are investigating a fatal motor vehicle accident that happened overnight. that vehicle ran off of john stark highway. police say the only person in the car was killed. that vehicle crashed near the woods and caught fire. coming up on "daybreak," an obnoxious bird in massachusetts has been captured.
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th i had no idea snhu had this amazing campus. even the walk to class is amazing. i love the sense of community. people actually hold the doors open for you here. all my professors really know who i am here. they genuinely want you to succeed. i've made so many friends here. friends i know i'll have for life. snhu is the place for me.
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erin: this week's adopt is pet is phoebe. the 4-year-old boxer-mix loves people and gives
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lots of kisses. she could do best in a home without cats or young children. she would make a great hiking companion and also loves the water. for more information on phoebe and other adoptable animals go to wmur.com/pets. well, this bird, you know, we could call him listed as one of the brookline, massachusetts. dino is a pesky cockatoo. he started pecking holes in homes. they have tried to catch dino or square scare him off. dino made himself a home and able to be lured into a cage by some food. is that a woodpecker or cockatoo? people at the heart of the heroin crisis in new hampshire come together to talk about the problem and also about solutions. the new ways treatment is expanding. and paul ryan entering his name official buy the race for the house speaker. details on the special
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if you work hard, and you do your part, you should be able to get ahead and stay ahead.
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but the republicans... v they want to go back to letting v the super wealthy call the shots. they don't stand up for equal pay for women. they don't support paid family leave. they don't even really support refinancing student debt. we've got to get this economy working for the vast majority of americans, not just for those at the top. that's what i intend to do as president. i'm hillary clinton and
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." erin: okay. you are going to find it a little bit cooler out there today. i guess the winds are going to be picking up. details on your forecast for today and into the weekend in just a moment. first today's top stories. we are following some breaking news out of tennessee. authorities say one person was killed and two others wounded in an overnight shooting at the state university in nashville. it is unclear whether the shooter is still on the loose. an investigation is underway in franklin after police say a man discovered bottles of
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meth while out walking his dog in the woods. state police say a woman wanted in pennsylvania for the last 12 years was finally arrested in manchester last night. after that rain went away yesterday, it was just a gorgeous, gorgeous afternoon. hayley: it was. i even had, you know, the short sleeves on and was comfortable outside. you probably won't be able to do that today. temperatures are going to be much cooler. we're starting out in the 30's up in the great north woods. 40 degrees in plymouth. 45 in laconia. 51 inman chest person the cold air is still coming in. we'll only climb a degree or two warmer later on today. the other issue is the wind. it is really cranking in some spots. up to 12 or 13 miles. per hour. the winds coming out of the northwest. that's bringing down the colder, drier air out of canada. not much relief from the cool temperatures. only a degree or two warmer as you see there
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for the bus stop this morning and a few clouds. at least we get some sunshine which lingers into the weekend. the latest on the weekend forecast. erin: people interested in that. we want to check the roads for think morning. here's a live look. no backups or any problems on the stretch of 93. hayley: for a look of the morning drive, we're joined live by deb davidson. deb: hey there. 93 looks great in the southern part of the state. it even looks good as you are commuting up to the upper valley area. northbound. concord up to new london is a trouble free and incident free ride. if you are coming southbound, absolutely no problems. it looks good at the junction with 93. 293 is a smooth ride through the mill yard right now and at the lane shifts between exits five and three. 93 as you mention a moment ago looks good in the southern part of the
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right now 101, 111, and the spaulding turnpike are all up to speed and incident free. this report is being brought to you by autofair. from the wzid traffic network, i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: now to the breaking news we're following out of tends. one person was killed and two others were wounded in a shooting in nashville. the shooting apparently happened during a dispute over a dice game in an outdoor courtyard. no word on whether the victims are students. the two people who were injuries. it is not clear if the shooter is on the loose. a supervisor says there's no indication of an active shooter. we're also following breaking news out of brighton, massachusetts. searching for the person who shot and killed a man last night and left him to die in the street.
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the scene, they found a 30-year-old man dead from multiple gunshot wounds. again this shooter still on the loose. police are checking surveillance cameras in the area in hopes of identifying a suspect. back here in new hampshire, a disturbing discovery in franklin. police say a man was out walking his dog in the woods when he tumbled across bottles of meth. ray brewer with the latest on the investigation. reporter: the discovery was made wednesday evening when the man was walking his dog along the wooded area in spring street. the dea had to be called in to dispose of the dangerous materials. >> individual walking the dog happened to notice something that looked strange. it was a plastic bottle that was smoking or had some ingredients in it he didn't recognize. ray: franklin police say the man discovered meth inside of bottles.
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authorities jumped into action. >> we were able to identify it as a methamphetamine one pot. ray: they say they are just as explosive as any over meth lab. they sealed off of the area as they worked to dispose of the materials. >> we were able to secure the scene and seize 15 plastic bottles filled with the chemicals. ray: police say there's a good reason. >> it is much more mobile. people have been known to do this in their cars as thiara driving. it produces the product they are looking for. ray: franklin's police chief say they have suspects in mind. they expect to make an arrest soon. live in franklin, ray brewer, wmur news 9. erin: thank you. a woman who was on the run from police for 12 years was finally arrested in manchester last night. state police say a
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interstate 93 when he noticed a car having a mechanical problems. license and discovered she was wanted in pennsylvania. andrea erceg has a she's ken expected to be arraigned on a fugitive from justice before being extradited back to pennsylvania. littleton police arrested a suspected heroin dealer. 32-year-old kenneth humphrey was arrested following a lengthy investigation. he's due in court next week. hillsborough police made several arrests during a drug bust yesterday. they found cocaine and heroin during the search of a home.
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charged and brandon coombs and mr. nettleton were also charged. they shared new ways to battle opioid abuse here in new hampshire. we heard about the treatment program in the jail. it is considered so successful that less than 20% of inmates who take part return. police describe how they are teaming up with federal agents to cut the supply from new hampshire to mexico. and medical experts say dropping stereotypes is important. >> there's no one face of addiction. really getting more people involved, the more the better. really opening our eyes and getting a better understanding of what addiction is and how people are pulled into addiction. erin: licensing restrictions are being eased in order to open up more treatment facility and offering tuition for people entering the counseling professor. you can head to our web
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go to wmur.com/helpheroin. you'll find all of the video and our prior coverage on the crisis there as well. a woman is recovering after suffering injuries in a crash in exeter. it happened shortly before 4:00 yesterday afternoon on the westbound side of route 101. state police say 57-year-old cynthia carbone of derry went off of the road causing her suv to roll over several times. she was taken to the hospital with head and facial injuries. the victim of a vicious dog attack says he likely survived because of an experience with wild animals. the fish and game officer says he and his dog were attacked by a pair of pitbulls while they were walking on a popular trail in bowe. he fought off the dogs with pepper spray and his fists. dave is convinced if the dogs attacked a woman or child, the outcome could
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have been catastrophic. >> i've been in law enforcement for 20 plus years. i've never had anything like this. not wild animal, domestic animal, that was a fight for our lives with your literally. you know, it is not an indictment against pitpulls. you know, you have to control them. >> dave's dog needed at least 30 staples to close the wounds. the owner of the pitbull faces violation level offenses. a home once owned by tax evaders ed and elaine brown has been sold at auction. james hollander bought the property. items found inside are going up for auction next month. they range from china and joule reto tools and antiques, even the kitchen sink. >> the first thing i stove. it is a crawford stove. apparently looking at it, it is a $20,000 on
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erin: the auction is set for day before. the audiocassettes -- auctioneer is warning people to come up cash. and a popular halloween costume is raising concerns. why they are taking issue with the invisible man suit. hayley: there'd clouds moving across the area. sunshine later on the day. the problem is it is not going to warm up all that much. i'll have the forecast in a couple of minutes
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it is 5:4 hayley: good morning. it is in the 30's. it has cooled off over the past couple of hours. it will continue to see the temperatures not really going up all that much as we go through the day here. passing clouds this morning. then bright sunshine in the afternoon. as you see there, temperatures only going from the upper 40's close to 50 later this afternoon. i'll have the full weekend forecast in a couple of minutes. erin: it is now 5:43. wisconsin congressman, paul ryan, officially declared his candidacy
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for speaker of the house last night. ryan will face elections next week in a closed door house gop meeting on wednesday. then on the house floor on thursday. the 45-year-old republican agreed to run under some conditions, including full support from his party and a schedule that does not interfere with his family time. now to a developing story out of france. police say at least 42 people were killed this morning in a crash between a bus and a truck. they say the bus caught fire after the collision. according to europe 1 radio, the bus was carrying mostly elderly people. an american service member was killed yesterday during a raid on an isis compound in iraq. the fallen troop was the first american to die in combat and iraq since the u.s. began the campaign. the service member was assisted in the mission to free hostages who were facing execution.
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american troops stepped in after iraqi soldiers came under fire. the mission was highly successful. about 70 captives were freed. some business owners are trying to track down the thief that stole some prized possessions from their shop. it was caught on camera. the owner say was it is not the barber supplies. the man made off with 12 signed jerseys worth about $6,000. a new study by aaa finds that hands free driving does not necessarily eliminate distractions behind the wheel. the study says that hands free systems can distract drivers for up to 30 seconds while they make calls or dictate messages. voice-activated systems landed in the high distraction category. >> hands free isn't risk free. using your voice to try to interact with the
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system can lead to levels of distraction that are not safe. erin: they are stressing the importance of keeping your eyes and brain focused on the road. a certain halloween costume is raising serious concerns among some parents. the black invisible man costume is a simple black suit. some people worry that kids wearing it will be invisible to drivers at night. that could lead to a tragic situation. >> some parents are out with their kids. sometimes that doesn't make a difference. your kids are excited. they've had a ton of candy. you turn your back for oe second and they are in the street. erin: they say the black version sells 40% more than the other colors. turns now to sports this morning, the new england patriots are preparing to take on the new york jets. the 4-1 jets play the 5-0 patriots this sunday. so far this week we
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normal rivalry stuff back and ford between the locker rooms, just lots of compliments. >> they are good team. on film they look really good too. they are big, fast, they can cover and play the run. we the go to go out there and execute as a team. >> they do a lot of different things on defense schematically. they are talented across the board. they don't rely on their front or backers. i think they've got a talent everywhere. erin: sunday's game gets underway at 1:00. good news from the red sox, manager john farrell's cancer is now in remission. the skipper left the team in august to be treated for stage one non-hodgkins lymphoma.
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jerry remy will be back next season. they resigned remy to a two-year deal as primary collar analyst. he will do a minimum of 120 games and a maximum of 125. a boy is being united with his teddy bear because of a special search mission. the mother of a 5-year-old boy said her son had lost the teddy bear somewhere along the highway in indiana. the bear belonged to the child. he believed finding the bear would be a long when he went to check the area, he actually found it. >> a lot of the calls we get to, we don't know what to expect. sometimes when you -- you get a chance to make a huge positive impact on somebody -- this kid will probably never forget the story. erin: the bear is now making the 500-mile trip back to the rightful owners.
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child that was really attack -- attached to any stuffed animal. hayley: that was sweet. erin: the fact that it belonged to the mom too. hayley: a nice story. they have to deal with the bad stuff. i'm sure they enjoy that. yesterday was really warm. we have a big change of though. colder. we're waking up to a new clouds there in derry. the pavement is dry. no threat of any wet weather. this morning for the commute into work same thing is true in dublin. temperatures while they are not all that cold right now, we're in the 30's up north. we've certainly been colder than that. the problem is we don't make much of a rebound later this afternoon. in a lot of these spots, maybe a degree or two warmer than where we are now will be the high temperatures later on this afternoon. 30's up north at the moment and then 40's really across the rest of the state.
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the winds are going to play a big factor in how it feels today. they are going to be cranking. they are. that's going to make it feel colder too. the winds coming right out of the northwest dragging down the colder air from canada. 15 miles per hour the sustained wind in plymouth. you might be hearing that. a few passing clouds. this is what's left of a cold front that's passing through. it is not really bringing us much in the way of rainfall, really none at all. it is bringing in the much cooler air. this system that's in the central u.s. who is going to impact us and get one more day. really today and most of the day tomorrow where we are going to see sunshine before this thing comes through bringing us a few rain showers. here's how things go in future cast. bright and sunny throughout the day other than morning clouds. lots of sun through the afternoon. temperatures into the upper 40's and low 50's. that's all we're going to get. overnight tonight with the clear skies and winds diminishing, it is
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20's across the state by 7:00 a.m. we'll wake up to bright, sunny skies. the sunshine doesn't last all day long. look at this. by 5:00 in the evening, it is mostly cloudy and overcast. the rain holds off until after midnight. we will have showers on sunday morning. sunny skies, cool and breezy. temperatures in the mid 40's up north. low 50's in the southern part of the state. the winds out of the northwest will get going between 10-15 miles per hour. check this out, a big event going on in rochester tonight. the sixth annual zombie walk. it is going to be a little creepy and a little cold for the zombies. 42 degree. you might need a layer or two. clear skies and breezy. another event going on. this is tomorrow. the laconia pumpkin festival going on. they will have sunshine through much of the day. it is going to feel cool when checking out jack o'lan terns.
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showers. 58 degrees. back to sunny weather on monday and tuesday. overall, not really a bad weekend. perfect for the pumpkin festival. erin: the laconia pumpkin festival gets underway tomorrow. this shows the trucks bringing in the pumpkins. it was held in keene for 20 years, but it moved to laconia following the ray -- riots. keene hold the current record of 35,581 pumpkins set in 2013. to learn more about the event visit the escape outside section of wmur.com. maybe you can bring some pumpkins and help them break the records. still to come, as the kids get ready to go trick or treating, we're going to let you know
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most popular erin: over the summer, we told you the finalist. now the winner has been announced. southern biscuits and gravy. the woman who suggested the flavor is going to get $1 million for her winning idea. makes you wonder how much chips they -- how much money do they make off of the chips? speaking of new flavors, kellogg's is rolling out new flavors of poptarts. they include chocolaty care mel, maple bacon, and frosted lemonade. they will only be available through spring of 2016. here's something to keep in mind for the candy, a new survey asks people which halloween candy is
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hayley: reese's peanut cups took first place. erin: you had to go down to number seven to find a non-chocolate. skittles. what's your favorite? hayley: three muskateers. erin: coming up, good news for people looking for a job. many new hampshire businesses are hiring
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