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bigger than manned operations. >> it will be in a lot of homes christmas. that's what's making news in america this morning. >> and stay >> just wish he was walking across the stage with us this year. >> now remembering a classmate. dozens gathered a week after a spaulding high school senior was found dead. what a mess. little league officials say it will cost thousands of dollars to clean up the damage caused by vandals over the weekend. kevin: cooler temperatures and full sunshine. the midweek storm system that has the chance of heavy rain ahead. sean: rain, rain go away. more than a foot of rain caused flash floods in texas. officials say it could have been a lot worse. >> no one covers new
now wmur "news 9 daybreak." sean: it is monday, the last week of october. thanks for waking up with us. yesterday we started off cloudy. it turned into a beautiful night. kevin: we had the clear skies in a lot of areas. temperatures today will run about ten degrees cooler than the highs yesterday. it should come with partly to mostly sunny skies and a light breeze. it should feel good. we're expecting a good deal of sunshine. that's our next system moving in on wednesday. looks like the rainfall could be heavy. temperatures in the 30's and 40's early, climbing into the 40's to lower 50's with sunshine and light winds. we'll talk about the next system and where temperatures go from there. let's look at your monday morning ride right here in the granite state. good morning, deb. deb: good morning, kevin.
if you are starting your early morning commute, it is a beautiful, moonlit ride. 93 north and south is incident free through the entire state. if you are commuting in the manchester area, we're not seeing any problems on 293 as you make your way through the mill yard. everything looks great as well. the everett turnpike is moving well through the bedford tolls and down through the lane drops from merrimack down to nashua. if you are out on the seacoast, no delays. this report is brought to you by peter's honda, nashua. i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean: thanks. family and friends gathered to remember 17-year-old eve tarmey more than a week after she was found dead inside a motel room from overdose. ray brewer is here now
classmates celebrated her live. ray: eve tarmey's classmates planned the candle light vigil to help people grieve and remember the 17-year-old. tarmey was found dead last weekend in a rochester motel room where she was staying with her mother and mother's boyfriend. her death is being investigated as a possible drug overdose. more than 100 people gathered to honor her life and the impact she said along with sharing her memories of eve. >> she would always help people. she was really sweet. she was a beautiful person inside and out. >> she was such an outgoing and great girl to be around. we had dreams of being fashion designers together and starting our own business. it is nice to have that memory with her, you know. ray: several classmates say graduation in the spring will be difficult when eve isn't there to walk across the stage with them.
they are waiting for toxicology results to determine the exact cause of her death. sean: thanks. officials want to know who caused a lot of damage to the building this weekend. someone broke windows, painted graffiti and sprayed the inside with a fire extinguisher. league officials say despite the damage, they will be ready for the 2016 season. the team from bedford made it all the way to the new england regional championship game in this year's tournament. a londonderry woman is dead and another in the hospital after a crash on interstate 93 in windham. a car rolled over and ended up on its roof early yesterday morning. 20-year-old suzanne darcy was pronounced dead at the hospital. 22-year-old kelsey lenfest was taken to portsmouth regional hospital. the cause is under investigation. a truck driver said a mechanical problem caused him to lose
control as he tried to pull over in i-95 last night. his big rig went over an embankment and into the trees. two lanes were closed. the driver walked away. crews removed the truck. texans learned their lessons and were prepared for flash floods. the storm is still causing problems with nearly two feet of rain in one town just since thursday. bazi kanani reports. >> the lone star state drenched up. up to 20 inches of rain falling in texas. emergency crews going in with boats and humvees to reach stranded residents. a close call for more than 70 rescued south of dallas. this man and their dog pulled from the flooded truck. another man stuck when he waited in to find the submerged vehicle. >> i watched my car
disappear. >> when they derailed, the two people on board swam to safety. a cow needed help ground. in san antonio, rescuers managed to reach a man who was swept more than a mile through the storm drain. >> you can imagine crashing along the walls. it is an amazing story. them. >> the storms swept in. two reported tornadoes. >> i look out the window. you saw a whirl wind of trash. reporter: roofs ripped off. flags warn of the dangerous surf. waves forced an empty tanker to run a ground. more flooding in neighbors louisiana. power outages forced many businesses to close. others getting by on candlelight. bazi canaanny, abc news, washington. sean: a maine father accused of
killing his son is due in court. eugene martineau was charged with murder after his son was taken to the hospital with serious injuries. the boy and his sister were both born premature she remains hospitalized. her condition is not related to the boy's death. a crowd took part in the making strides against breast cancer walk. the goal was to raise more than $260,000 and attract more than 1,600 walkers. this event continues to grow. >> we have a couple of people that have just jumped on board to be event chair next year. we're looking forward to become bigger and bigger and bigger. sean: they continue to grow. the money raised to go to the american cancer safety to help find a cure for breast cancer and support programs and services as well. dozens of people took a few laps around the
memory of lance corporal brandon gaer grant. -- garabrant. he was 19 years old and had just graduated from con val. he was killed in afghanistan. >> it is overwhelming. just the sheer degree of support. >> levi made his rounds thanks to generous help from his teachers and neighbors. haunted houses are common. one has a feature that makes it creepier than others. coming up, helping connect homeless people with long lost loved ones.
not quite as chilly as what we had last week. we're going to look for cooler temperatures with almost complete sunshine today and tomorrow. details on the midweek system and chances of heavier rain coming up. sean: chilly start up north. halloween is still a few days away. one boy from rollinsford finished his trick or treating and got the night to himself. 10-year-old levi is battling brain cancer and will be recovering by the time the weekend rolls around. his teachers organized a special trick or treating event for little captain america with neighbors handing out his favorite treats. >> it made me very excited. i know what i went through last year when i went through chemotherapy. this is big to give something back. >> you see my hair?
i had chemo last year too. sean: that's awesome. they donated a golf cart to heaven him go door to door. there are plenty of options for haunted houses. the maine historical society is hosting tours of henry longfellow. the tours are based on the family members that are died in the house over the years and include stories that are not typically told. very creepy, but very cool at same time. 5:12 on monday. coming up, many kids campaign -- complain about taking too many tests. the president degrees. he wants to reduce the amount of time the
a migrant toddler. they found the boy last wednesday along with a dozen others after the boat capsized. the child was barely responsive. the fisherman cleared the water from his lungs and warmed him up. the boy is back to normal. incredible story. police say a woman that drove her car into the crowd over the weekend is due in court this morning. 25-year-old adacia chambers is charged with four counts of second degree murder and driving under the influence. four people died and dozens more were hurt. chambers lawyer believes she suffers from a mental illness but wasn't drinking before the crash. they ended their frost issue black bear hunt because the kill rate was faster than expected and almost to the official limit. they suggest the bear population is bigger than they thought after plunging to just a few hundred in the 1970's.
the hunt was just approved after a contentious debate. it was a slow weekend at the box office with new releases failing to impress movie goers out there. instead after four weeks on the big screen, "the martian" reclaimed the top spot. "goosebumps" was a close second. "gem and the holograms" had one of the worst debuts with $1.3 million. people weren't interested, i guess. even "steve jobs" couldn't attract jobs. the biopick made $7.3 million, less than half of what had been predicted. general motors and the union have reached an agreement avoiding a strike. the deal was announced before the mid night deadline. exact details have not yet been released. local union leaders will vote on wednesday before
workers at gm plants weigh in. the contract covers 53,000 employees. president obama says too many schools obsess about testing and students spend too much time taking unnecessary exams. according to new numbers, students spent 20 to 25 hours each year. the white house wants to cap the standardized testing time at 2% of classroom time. right now the average eighth graders spends 2.3% on testing. a meeting is scheduled in the oval office today to discuss options. ski season is right around the corner. many ski areas say the business is surging without snow thanks to things like zip lines, mountain coasters, bike trails, weddings, festivals. loon mountain says revenue for the summer and fall was up 3% from a year ago. ken mountains aerial tram way was up 12%. bike rentals up 24% this summer.
you found out first hand about these things taking the zip line there at gunstock. i should say taking. you observed the zipline. >> yes. even the bike ride made me queazy. you get to a point are they rooting against the snow? sean: i'm sure that's not the case. there's lots to do. >> we start off this morning. you notice a live look in portsmouth. clear skies. temperatures have dropped back into the 40's there. there are a lot of 30's farther west and north. not a bad start to the day. we have a little bit of fog out there in a few spots this morning. we're going to be looking at a good deal of sunshine into the afternoon with temperatures today making their way back into the 40's to lower range of the 50's. it comes with just about full sunshine for us today. a light wind out of the northwest which will only go at around five miles an hour into the afternoon. mostly sunny skies tomorrow. then the clouds start to increase. the rainfall starts to push in on wednesday.
i think we start dry wednesday and end on the wet side. temperatures in the 30's to lower 40's early this morning. note the 16 on top of mt. washington. wind chill at 11 below zero. eventually the winds start to turn more southerly. we'll see a couple of notches warmer tomorrow with highs in the mid 40's to mid 50's ahead of the next system that arrives with milder air. mid 40's in the north country today. lower half of the 50's from the lakes region south. we'll with looking for a light wind today out of the northwest around five to ten miles into the afternoon. you'll notice we're expecting mostly sunny skies today. mostly sunny skies out there tomorrow. the high clouds ahead of the next system approaching start to drift in tomorrow night. it won't be quite as chilly tomorrow evening. rainfall on the doorstep. likely clouds thickening in the morning. once that starts,
after that anywhere after lunchtime could be heavy at times into the afternoon or even into the evening on wednesday before we end with some showers early thursday. looks like we'll have some milder air before the cooler air arrives on thursday afternoon behind the system. there could be the potential of over two inches of rainfall in a few spots out of this. it will be a fairly quick mover exiting to the northeast on thursday evening. that's it as far as weather systems through the end of the week. high temperatures today besting 50 degrees in state. we'll be in the mid to upper 40's up north. light wind and sunshine will make it feel good. tonight we ease back into the 30's. a lot of 20's farther west and up north with mostly clear skies and a light wind. more sunshine around tomorrow. the first couple of days this week feeling very autumn-like. then we start to increase the temperatures on a southeast wind. the rainfall develops either side of midday. it becomes heavy into the evening before ending showers on thursday. it will be turning
milder thursday with temperatures up into the 60's. that will be short lived as we cool back down. temperatures in the lower 50's. even as we set the clocks back on sunday. sean: we just need to keep the bad weather away. kevin: we should be fine. sean: the top stories with ray brewer. ray: people gathered to remember the life of a 17-year-old girl who lost her life in an apparent drug overdose. eve tarmey's classmates planned the gathering at the rochester commons. her death being investigated as a possible drug overdose. more than 100 people gathered to honor her life and share their memories of eve. sean: bedford little league officials say it will cost more than $5,000 to clean up the damage vandalled caused to the league building. someone broke windows, spray painted graffiti,
kevin: huey, dewey, and louie? identical triplets are uncommon. sean: michael jordan retired more than a decade ago. he's still a huge draw. crowds waited for hours to check out the new store in chicago. kevin: it features several stores packed with many products. there are tributes to each of the six nba titles he won with the chicago bulls. sean: reminds me of myself. hanging in the air. kevin: if you had a nickel, i know. sean: if i had sneakers, i would be able to jump like that. the new warning health experts have about bacon. plus a showdown in foxboro. highlights from a key
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." sean: good morning to you. it is monday, october 26th. a live look at the blue lights there on memorial bridge waiting for the sun to come up. a beautiful night with the moon. kevin will talk about the weather first. more than 100 people gathered last night for a candle light vigil in memory of a 17-year-old girl who died earlier this month. a franklin father accused of holding his own baby hostage is scheduled to be arraigned on charges including endangering the welfare of a child. a pair of manchester men are due in court after being arrested during a meth bust at a motel in bulkton, massachusetts.
off crummy. kevin: milder temperatures. we see the same thing play out wednesday into thursday. we likely turn mild with temperatures up into the 60's on thursday. we're kind of in the back and forth. we skew cooler now for the next couple of theys with clear skies and fairly light winds ahead of the next system that arrives wednesday afternoon. temperatures in the 30's to lower range of the 40's. highs for most in the 30's to lower 50's. that will be with almost nothing but sunshine into the afternoon. sean: that sounds mighty nice. let's check out the roads this morning. kevin: for a look at morning drive, we're joined live by deb davidson. good morning, deb. deb: good morning, kevin and sean. everything looks great in the state. north of the notch, 93 north and south is moving into concord. then again from the hooksett tolls to the state line. we're not seeing any delays on 293 through the lane shifts between
exits five and three. a reminder that the northbound exit does remain closed for construction. 101, 111, and the spaulding turnpike are all a decent ride right now. 95 is a routine commute along the seacoast and as you make your way through the hampton tolls. this report is brought to you by peter's honda, nissan, and kia of nashua. i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean: thanks. dozens of people came together in rochester to celebrate the life of a 17-year-old girl who died from an apparent drug overdose. eve tarmey passed away on october 17th. she was found dead at a rochester motel where she was staying with her mother and mother's boyfriend. ray brewer live in the news room to tell us how loved ones are remembering eve. ray: good morning. eves classmates planned the candle light vigil who those who knew her could grieve and
celebrate a life cut short. more than 100 people came together sunday night to say good-bye. >> it is hard to believe. i was talking to her just two weeks ago. all of the sudden it just happens. it's shocking. ray: a candle light vigil was held for the 17-year-old who died more than a week ago in a hotel room. police are investigating her death as a possible drug overdose. eve was a senior at spaulding high school. >> she would always help people. she was so sweet. she was a beautiful person inside and out. >> she was such an outgoing and great girl to be around. we had dreams of being fashion designers together. it is just nice to have that memory with her, you know. >> for me it is personal. i know eve's father. i don't know eve. she's a child. she's part of the community. ray: police haven't released the official cause, friends say the
drug crisis is getting worse and something needs to change. >> the greater hope is that we can start to have better facilities and more treatment for people in this community. ray: eve's classmates are trying to cope with the fact she will not be there when we graduate. >> i wish she was walking across the stage with us this year. it is really a tragedy. ray: right now police say there are no new developments in the investigation into eve's death. they are awaiting toxicology results. live in the newsroom, ray brewer. sean: thanks. a franklin father accused of holding his one-month-old baby hostage is scheduled to face a judge today. thomas carroll is expected to be arraigned on charges including resisting arrest and endangering the welfare of a child. carroll was arrested on friday when officers went to a home on west bow street for a complaint of domestic violence. carroll assaulted his wife and took their one month old baby hostage barricading himself in the home. detectives were able to negotiate their ware
inside. they arrested carroll after a brief struggle. two manchester men are accused of producing methamphetamine at a hotel in burlington, massachusetts. eric sowmick and 52-year-old tony pickard are charged with possession of meth following a dust. dustin beliveau was also arrested. they found a large quality of meth. hotel employees alerted them after seeing beliveau walk into a room carrying a container of paint thinner. another employee reported seeing him wear a gas mask. all three suspects are scheduled to be arraigned today. a massachusetts woman narrow le escaped injury when her house suddenly exploded. the explosion happened yesterday afternoon at a home in taunton. the blast and fire that followed leveled the home. neighbors as far away as a block say the explosion was so powerful it caused their homes to shake. the home owner was inside at the time. she managed to safely
escape. >> i heard a bang and shake. >> it was horrifying. >> i saw the owner screaming for help. >> all of the neighbors way. >> thankfully she's alived and everyone around her uninjured. >> especially with the sean: scary stuff. they believe the explosion was gas related. the cause remains under investigation. returning to new hampshire today. presidential contender is holding a town hall meeting this morning at club. a project to create a bike path from northern massachusetts has been put on hold. the new hampshire seacoast greenway would run more than 17 miles salisbury, negotiations for the sale are now stalling the project. the greenway is also
project to create the walking path that would stretch from northern maine all the way to the florida keys. a man from san francisco is on a mission to help homeless people reunite with their families. >> my heart is -- i guess hurt. i've known. >> kevin adler is travellering across the country to carry out a project called miracle messages. he was in manchester over the weekend. he's reporting short videos and posting them to social media in hopes of making a connection. they are asked to talk directly to those they want to see again. it is a simple act of kindness with a very powerful message. >> someone who is just homeless joe or jane to you or i could be the most important person in the world that's looking for them. that's what motivates this. >> adler is now challenging everyone to offer this to someone in their city or town. to learn more about his
mission, head to our web site at wmur.com. coming up on "daybreak" this morning, a whale watch takes a tragic turn off of the coast of canada. at least five people were killed when their boat suddenly sank. a warning for those of you planning to cook up some bacon this morning. a new report shows that processed meats could be just as bad for your health as cigarettes. kevin: a lot of sunshine. a system making its way north.
we might see com kevin: off and run on monday morning. looking at temperatures through the afternoon climbing into the lower range of the 50's. that's with a light wind out of the northwest. a lot of sunshine across the area. it continues through tomorrow before the next system arrives. all of the details coming up in just a few minutes. sean: thanks. 5:41 on monday. it is a big week ahead for the republican candidates as they prepare to square off in other debate. it is game on for the democrats now that the race is down to three. nikole killion is live in washington with the latest for the campaign trail. there's quite a shake up in the polls; right? >> that's right.
donald trump and ben carson neck in neck in iowa. >> headlines all over the place. for two days headlines. trump losing in polls. >> donald trump on defense, died with ben carson in ohio after trailing the neurosurgeon in a pair of polls last week. >> i even seventh day adventous i don't know about. >> i think ben carson is lower energy. >> i'm not going to be talking about people. i will tell you in terms of energy, i'm not sure there's anybody else running who has spent 18-20 hours intently operating on somebody. ray: bill clinton making one of his first cameos for his wife along with katy perry. >> sometimes you have to
>> bernie sanders. reporter: he's trying to distinguish himself. >> we have differences of opinion. people participating need to know the differences. reporter: today is hillary clinton's birthday. she's 68 and celebrated with a big birthday bash in new york with demi lovato and john legend. sean: hillary clinton is trying to woo biden supporters now that he has decided not to return. what did he talk about? reporter: a wide ranging interview he said he really decided not to run because he determined he just couldn't win. he also disputed reports claiming that his dying son, beau's wish was for him to run for president. he did weigh in on hillary clinton saying he likes clinton. he said he wasn't taking jabs at her over the
we are following some breaking news right now out of afghanistan. a powerful earthquake rocked the country. there's no word yet on the full extent of damage from the 7.7 magnitude quake. no word yet whether anyone was killed. we'll keep you updated on the situation. an earthquake overthere this morning. at least five people were killed when a whale watching boat sank off of the coast on sunday. authorities say one person remains missing now. 27 people were on board when it made a may day call. the boat was partially submerged. they were able to pull 21 people to safety. officials say they don't know yet what caused the boat to sink. a shooting at north carolina central university sent one student to the hospital last night. the school says the victims suffered non-life threatening injuries. a university spokeswoman investigating. so far no arrests have been made.
airstrikes have destroyed the jail in northern iraq where dozens of hostages were freed last week. they worked together on the mission. one u.s. soldier was killed in the raid. newly released video shows the moments when trooped moved in for the jailbreak. the mission marks the first time that u.s. soldiers engaged isis fighters on the ground since the u.s. sent troops into the country last year. a man in washington state is trying to track down at the thief who stole his pricey star wars collection. he turned home last week to find $30 worth of star wars collectibles missing from his shelves. fortunately the thief did not take all of his memorabilia. he still has $15,000. >> thank god they left a lot of stuff. it is a mint condition millennium falcon. this sounds corny. when i get home, i like
to see my toys. it brings me back to his childhood. sean: he says with the new movie coming out, he's not surprised someone would go after his collectibles. he asked the police to help get his hemophilia back. tom brady made his 213th start setting a record held by bruce armstrong. first place on the line in the division. the jets led 20-16 in the fourth quarter. brady and amendola made an 80-yard touchdown. two minutes and brady passed to gronk. gronk caught 11 passes for 108 yards. the patriots went on to win this game 30-23. they improved to 6-0. next up, pats host the dolphins on thursday night. to the racetrack now.
four more drivers were eliminated on sunday. the camping world dot-com needed a green-white flag. just as the flag came out, several cars crashed. they determined it was logano in front. he won his third consecutive race while dale earnhardt jr. finished second. >> i thought the green flag flew. they said one more time. it was cool. we played by nascar's rules. we're in their sandbox. we'll play by those. thankfully it worked out for us. >> i can't be too upset. i did everything i could. i'm proud of myself and my team. my guys did a good job on pit road. if the group sticks together, we're going to do great things this year. you know? sean: plan in the sandbox. dale jr., hamlin, and
from the chase. he's talking about next season already. there are a few bacon eaters out there. processed meats are just as big of cancer threat as cigarettes. they are publishing the report on the dangering meat. it is expected to list it it as a canner-causing substance. the world cancer research fund has warned for years that consuming too many processed meat is linked to bowel cancer. according to studies, black cats can bring bad luck when they cross your path. 46% of people who say they owned a black cat have won a contest or lottery compared to 40% of people who never owned a black cat.
black cats have bad luck have black hair. i'm not sure how it is related. do them just in case it makes you feel better. if you own the black cat, doesn't that keep you immune? kevin: i thought it was an old wives' tale. sean: do you break mirrors and get freaked out? kevin: no. i don't walk under ladders. i draw the line there. there's a line of delineation. i will climb the corporate ladder, just not walk under them. a cooler afternoon by a good ten degrees. going from 44 to 54 in nashua out toward the seacoast this afternoon. we're looking for a bit milder conditions tomorrow. we maybe up by another two or three degrees. the clouds start to increase late in the day tomorrow. us. could be heavy at times. the potential there for
over two inches of rain. for now, we have the clear skies and fairly quiet start to the day. it will be a light wind we have out there. high temperatures from the mid 40's to mid 50's. there's the next system. it is all producing extremely heavy rain through texas and flooding there and along the gulf coast. while that continues to lift north, it will gain speed. we won't quite see the numbers that they have been seeing down there as far as rainfall amounts. there could be one to two inches plus of rainfall. you can see a lot of areas settling back this morning. lower 40's at manchester boston regional i want. a lot of 30's on the map this is morning. temperatures settling back with the clear skies and light winds as we continue to cool off after a milder afternoon out there yesterday. sunshine today. should get us back into the mid 40's to mid 50's into the afternoon. a light wind out of the northwest. upper 40's to near 50. low and mid 50's elsewhere up to the foothills.
as you get to the other side of the white mountains, it looks like 40's is a likely possibility with the sunshine out there and just a few clouds around the mountains later on. tonight temperatures ease back into the 20's up north. kind of a seasonal night out there with mostly clear skies. tomorrow good deal of sunshine yet again. temperatures may be just a couple of degrees warmer than today with a fairly light wind yet again. you'll notice the clouds start to increase and thicken up on wednesday morning. you'll notice the shower activity starting to come in. anything that we see develop after early to mid afternoon on wednesday will turn heavy wednesday night before pulling away as scattered showers early on thursday. once it goes by, we get one mild afternoon thursday before we start to cool off friday into next weekend. so temperatures starting the day in the 20's and 30's. we get back into the mid 40's to mid 50's through the afternoon. as you'll notice, just a
the clouds start to increase tuesday and thicken up wednesday. looks like rainfall moves in either side of midday. turns heavy into the evening commute before pulling away scattered showers. a little bump in warmth thursday much like we had yesterday before turning cooler again friday. halloween looking like clear skies. it will be chilly. temperatures will be falling through the 40's during the evening. sean: all right. that's to be expected for halloween. i can't believe we're turning the clocks back. a certain hair style is gaining more traction
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contestants of every breed that were paraded in hopes of winning best in show. the costumes including a doggy dinosaur, wizard of oz, and one as pope francis. kevin: one of the dogs had the tongue hanging out. completely in character. sean: some of the costumes are funny. a hair style typically associated with women is gaining popularity. >> you want the insanity and explosion. you don't want a tight bun. sean: i've said those words 100 times. more and more men with buns. kevin: one stylist is training on how to do the perfect man bun. many celebrity support the man bun including
beckham. sean: i believe there was a man bun years ago. kevin: if he's never doing it anymore -- sean: that might work for you. kevin: i don't think so. sean: i'm just throwing it out there. newly released numbers. president obama says students are spending tests. ray: about 100 people gather to remember a life cut short. what they had to say about eve tarmey. reporter: a dangerous across the south. coming up. dunkin' donuts smoked sausage savory...smoky... and unmistakably flavorful. with one today.