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sean: now on daybreak, a brazen theft at the walmart in hudson. it appears that at least one person targeted an elderly woman and has experience at this type of crime. manchester police are investigating a shooting that ended with one person in the hospital, but they expect to make an arrest very soon. kevin: more bright sunshine out there today, even after a colder start. we will talk about the next system ahead. >> as long as you both shall live... sean: finding the perfect wedding venue is really important and that also included
some spooky costumes for one couple last night. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 daybreak. sean: yes, that wedding happened just down the road. we are going to talk about that great story. thanks for waking up with us. i' m sean mcdonald. it is a very cold start to our day. we are in the middle of a couple of beautiful fall days. kevin: yes, we are in the middle of it before the clouds race in. evening and tomorrow night, it is clear skies with temperatures s. 20' s to lower 30' s elsewhere. if you high clouds to our south. -- a few high clouds to our south. rainfall starts to push in after the lunch hour tomorrow.
warmer than yesterday. the lower half of the 50' much more in just a bit. s take a look at your morning ride. wzid' s deb davidson. good tuesday morning. kevin. traffic is moving well through hampshire. we are not seeing any delays on the plymouth area through tilton, concord, the hooksett tolls. even from manchester all the way down to salem. 293 is moving well from the mill yard. the exit 4 on-ramp does remain closed on the northbound side. the everett turnpike is an easy ride through the bedford tolls. this report is being brought to you by minuteman health. affordable health insurance is here. from the wzid traffic network,
i' m deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean: police in hudson are looking for two people who targeted an elderly woman at the local walmart store. they seemed to be pretty experienced. ray brewer is live in hudson to explain how the robbers went through the woman' s purse. ray: good morning. hudson police are telling us that the man and woman appeared to target that 89-year-old woman at walmart yesterday afternoon. the man and the woman can be seen in surveillance photos from the store. the man distracted the victim and a female partner reached into her car and grabbed the wallet out of her purse. they also stole some personal items. they left in a silver, four-door hatchback. police think the man has experience with this sort of crime. >> we think it could be part of
who is traveling extensively, but definitely in the new england area now, and we are really hoping that some member of the public can recognize them from somewhere and help us identify who they are area ray: police say that both suspects appeared to be hispanic and in their 30' s. please get in touch with the hudson police if you have any information. sean: all right, ray, thanks. manchester police are confident they will make an arrest very soon in a shooting yesterday that sentiment to the hospital. neighbors reported hearing shots around noon. the man was dropped off at the hospital with a non-life-threatening gunshot one. they think it was an isolated incident and that the suspect and victim know each other. a derry man faces charges after he shared images of child sex abuse. the charges against matthew
rettig include possession of child sex abuse images and distribution. investigators believe he used the apps kik and snapchat in these crimes. a littleton man will spend the next 7.5 years behind bars after admitting he gave retinol to a man who overdosed and died. 54-year-old michael millette sold the drugs to his friend edward martin, who died. >> it is a message statewide to get the message out that if you are going to deal drugs and people by from that, we are going to hold you accountable. >> sean: police say millette was a significant drug dealer in the area. taxes will go down per household next year, but it is a far cry from the $1.21 taxes would have
dropped before residents turned down budget cuts. was added back into the budget last week. the republicans running for president are gearing up for their third debate, set for tomorrow evening in colorado. donald trump continues to lead the pack, except for iowa. hillary clinton appears to have a comfortable lead on the democratic side. bazi kanani is on the campaign trail. religion. on muslim women and their veils. >> what the hell are we getting involved for? it is easier. wouldn' t it be easier? wouldn' t it be easier? bazi: trump also refusing to apologize for questioning ben carson'
>> i said i don' t know about it. that' s not an insult. bazi: trump maintains his lead nationally. jeb bush is down in the polls and frustrated. >> i' ve got a lot of really cool things i can do other than sit around being miserable listening to people demonize me and me feeling compelled to demonize them. that is a joke. elect trump if you want that. bazi: he met privately after being forced to campaign -- he met privately with family and campaign staff after being horse to cut -- forced to cut campaign staff. bernie sanders is now going after hillary clinton more aggressively, but the ladies of "the view" he saved his attacks for republicans. >> we have a very right-wing, extremist republican party.
will gather in boulder, colorado where donald trump will be center stage position. abc news, washington. sean: students at nashua community college are getting a firsthand lesson about the new former senator judd greg and former supreme court justice david souter spoke yesterday about the role of civic engagement in america. they addressed the issues of government. they expressed deep concern about how little schools teach about the three branches of government. >> the public educational system has a lot of pressure on it, but it does not excuse the decline in civic education and civics education. it has been going on since the aftermath of the vietnam war. >> you cannot have an effect of government if you don' t have an informed electorate. people must understand how this government works. it is a complex government that you can'
t just sort of "learn" by not having studied it. sean: they were invited as part of the 100th anniversary of the new hampshire presidential primary. still to come this morning, talk about a memorable wedding. one of new hampshire' s best halloween decorations was transformed last night. >> it has been nearly a year since boston' mayor passed away. sean: in your next half-hour, a would-be robber in manchester chose the wrong store clerk to target.
sean: kevin, thanks. spooky world in litchfield is used to scaring people. last night, the popular halloween destination hosted something for the very first time. >> you are husband and wife for eternity. you may now kiss the bride. [cheers] sean: melissa and tom tied the knot in front of the haunted house. they met and both work at spooky world. last night, they welcomed wedding guest to dress in costume for the haunting ceremony. >> this is the best halloween wedding you are ever going to see. >> this is the girls dream to wear the white dress and walked down the aisle and everything like that with her dad, but my dad is all dressed up, so that is pretty cool. [laughter] sean: the couple says they have always loved halloween and they are able to celebrate their wedding anniversary at the same time now. congratulations to them.
this friday marks one year since austin mayor thomas menino -- boston mayor thomas menino passed away. boston university has been chosen to house the late mayor' s archives. his family will donate a collection of artifacts from his 30 years of service. right now, 13 minutes past 5:00, coming up, the olympics are less than a year away. organizers have a plan to make sure all athletes have a chance to compete even if they don' t have a country. the holiday shopping season is almost here. do you think when you are president you'll be paid as much as if you were a man-male... this is one of the jobs where they have to pay you the same. but there are so many examples where that doesn't happen. i'm going to do everything i can to make sure every woman in every job gets paid the same...
after the u.n. assembly general called on all countries to observe a truce during the 2016 olympics. refugees will compete under the national flag. around the world. house republicans have reached a budget deal at the white house aimed at avoiding a government shutdown and default. it was announced just before the midnight deadline last night. the house will vote on the deal tomorrow. the plan will also raise the debt ceiling and calls for $50 billion of budget relief in the first year, followed by $30 billion in the second year. whole foods is recalling two salads because they could have the styria. curry chicken salad and delhi pasta salad has been pulled off the shelves in seven northeast states. the salads were sold prepackaged, in salad bars, and in sandwiches and wraps.
questionable batches were sold between october 18th and october 22nd with a sell by date of october 23rd. walmart has applied to the faa to start testing drones outside. the company has been testing drones inside for months, but wants to test using them for home delivery in certain markets. for now, they want to use them to move products between distribution centers. amazon got federal approval earlier this year to start testing drones. black friday is just about a month away. it' s true. one major retail chain says it will not be open. recreational equipment inc. says it will close for both thanksgiving and the day after, saying that black friday "has gotten out of hand." the 12,000 employees will still get paid for those days and customers will be able to shop online. once they get through a page urging them to get outside and
so, there you go. some people love black friday, but others say, forget about it. kevin: i think i need to get a little bit more sleep. i think i just heard you reference black friday. sean: it is a month away. can you believe that? kevin: let' s take a look outside. sean: come on. [laughter] kevin: i' m not even going to validate any of that. it' s too soon. we are not even to halloween. light winds out there. the full hunter' s moon out there this morning. you have three planets to enjoy -- venus, mars, jupiter -- to gander at. after a very cold start to the day, we will warm up. a lot of areas will be a couple of degrees warmer than what we had yesterday. tomorrow afternoon, we will see the rain push in. it will be heaviest late in the
temperatures could be above 70 on thursday afternoon. cooler air will start to russian after and that will be -- rush in and that will be the cooler air for halloween. temperatures fall off quickly. there is the next system slowly navigating northward. after all the flooding, rainfall for texas, by the time that gets here, it will be moving at a pretty good clip, so we will have the chances of heavy rain, but the window of time is a lot lower and a lot smaller than areas to our south. there is a look at the numbers. upper teens up north. to the south, temperatures s to the s. temperatures are running 10-15 degrees colder than we were yesterday at this time. coldest of the air rotating
through this morning, we will start to warm up. some of the warmer air we will feel on thursday afternoon will be the air mass coming northward for the time being. temperatures today within a few degrees of where we were a couple of notches warmer to the north. it will be clear skies into this evening before some high clouds start to drift in overnight. overnight. rainfall will be pushing him during the afternoon tomorrow. some of the pockets of heavier rainfall will be around for the evening commute and thereafter. 1-2 inches of rainfall are a possibility. we start to cool off thursday night into friday. low to mid 50' s out there with all of that sunshine tonight. upper 20' s to lower 40' s across the area. in the extended forecast, the heavy rainfall that will be around for the evening commute
a lot of sunshine expected for friday and halloween. clear skies for saturday night before the clouds race in on sunday. sean: you might need layers under the costume. kevin: i will have the black friday forecast in the next hour. [laughter] sean: let' s go to ray brewer. ray: hudson police are looking for a man and woman who targeted and 89-year-old woman at a walmart yesterday afternoon. the man distracted the 89-year-old woman while the woman stole the victim' s purse -- wallet out of the her purse and some personal items. sean: manchester police expect to make an arrest soon after a downtown park. he suffered nonlife threatening injuries. he and the suspect know each other, officers say.
a littleton man will spend the next 7.5 years behind bars. 54-year-old michael millette sold drugs to his friend edward martin last november and he overdosed and died. if you struggle to come up with bedtime stories for your kids, why not let an astronaut take care of if you think we can grow our economy while ignoring climate change,
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"good night moon." speaking of bedtime stories, they are standard for many children. did you know you can get stories international space station? space. read a children' s story and then post the videos online. kevin: the goal is to get kids excited about science. the next batch of picture books are headed up for them to read next month. they include "mousetronaut" and "mousetronaut in space." s great. i like it. there is a new warming -- warning about the drug fentanyl and it is especially bad in new hampshire. cigarette users.
loopholes. an explosion in growth and new jobs. jeb: cut taxes. grow america. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 daybreak. sean: good morning, everybody. it is tuesday, october 27. a beautiful full moon. it is chilly, as well. 31 degrees in portsmouth. kevin will talk about the forecast in a moment. hudson police are searching for a pair of thieves they say distracted an elderly woman at a local walmart and then stole a walmart right out of her purse. the u.s. marshals service is trying to track down a man who sold heroin to another man in atkinson last year.
portsmouth firefighters say an overnight fire that badly damaged a home was likely caused by spontaneous ignition of sawdust in a barrel. happy birthday to a major 1980' s music star, simon labonte. kevin: duran duran. a band so good they had to name it twice. sean: right. [laughter] kevin: the chilly start to the day. the next storm system starts to arrive tomorrow afternoon in the way of heavy rain. it is a cold start if you are headed out. bundle those kids as they head out to the bus stop early this morning. temperatures by later today are within a few degrees of where we were yesterday. sean: we have hearty lost some mittens this season. let' s check out the roads. here is a look at i-93. kevin: for a look at the morning drive, we are joined by 95.7 wzid'
deb: good morning, kevin and sean. no delays or incidents as you make your way from north of the notch down through the concord area, the hooksett tolls, manchester, londonderry, salem, it all looks good. 293 is also moving well through the mill yard. we are seeing a slight tap of the brakes by exit 6 and by exits 5 and 3. right now, 101, 111, and the spaulding turnpike all look good. this report is being brought to you by minuteman health. join the revolution. from the wzid traffic network, i' m deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean: hudson police are on the lookout for a pair of use. officers say the man and woman seen in the surveillance picture distracted and 89-year-old woman at a local walmart and then
ray brewer joins us live in hudson with what police say stands out about this duo. good morning. ray: good morning, sean. police telling us they believe especially the man. they say he definitely has some he did not seem nervous at all. as he was walking in the store, he took off his hat and looked up at the security camera as if to say, "catch me if you can." hudson police say these suspects targeted and 89-year-old woman at a walmart on monday afternoon. one got her attention, the other went through her purse. >> she was distracted by a male suspect asking her for help. while she was distracted, a female counterpart reached into her shopping cart and grabbed her wallet out of her purse. ray: the man is described as possibly hispanic in his 30' s
with a medium build. the woman, also believed to be heavyset. they left in a silver, four-door hatchback. >> we think they could be part of a bigger gang or group traveling extensively in the new england area now. we are hoping the members of the public can recognize them from somewhere and help identify who they are. ray: police say it is clear the pair were experienced, almost nonchalant, about what they were doing. sean: if you do recognize the pair were the vehicle or have any information, get in touch with hudson police. ray: reporting live outside the hudson police department, ray brewer. sean: thanks. fire caused heavy damage to a home in portsmouth overnight. the flames broke out around 11:30 last night on stark street at a home undergoing renovations. one firefighter suffered a knee injury on the scene, but has
the house. the fire chief says it was likely caused by the spontaneous ignition of sawdust in a barrel. u.s. marshals are asking for help finding a man who sold heroin that led to another person' s death. felix aguilar is facing charges in connection with the 2014 death of thomas drake in atkinson. aliases. he was last known to be living in southern new hampshire, but also has ties in massachusetts. nicolas austin was arrested earlier this year in connection with drake' s death. the cdc has issued an advisory to health departments around the country regarding an increase in it shows a significant increase seizures nationwide over the last two years. came from just 10 states.
>> we are not talking about pharmaceutical grade fentanyl. this is synthetically made by the same drug cartels that make the heroine. it can be 50-100 times stronger than heroine. it takes more narcan to take someone out of an overdose, as well. sean: experts say new hampshire is taking steps to combat the problem, but we still have a long way to go. manchester police say a would-be robber got a big surprise when he tried to hold up a convenience store at knife point. the clerk also had a knife hidden behind the counter as it -- and it was much larger than the attempted robber' s. he tried to rob the store with a three-inch blade, but he took off when the clerk pulled out her own knife. >> at first, i was like, is he serious? i said, no. i got mad and i picked it up and
i just showed him and then he ran out the door. sean: that is what happened. police do not recommend that anyone confront an armed person, but they are pleased that no one was hurt. the man accused of brutally attacking a bedford couple inside their home is facing new charges. a grand jury indicted charles normil on aggravated felonious sexual assault and a third charge of attempted sexual assault. he committed the crimes in 2012, when he allegedly invaded the home of a doctor and his wife. he is serving a 25-year sentence for breaking into a woman' s apartment in massachusetts and pistol whipping her. a milford man has pleaded guilty to robbing a bank in stratham. 33-year-old seamus murphy held up the citizens bank and now faces 25 years in prison. he will be sentenced in january. a manchester woman is accused of
argument over his pet birds. bernadette alvarez is charged with first-degree assault. she was arguing with her 18-year-old son about getting rid of her pet birds -- his pet birds. he stabbed -- she stabbed her son in the back. a school that has an unusual feature on its grounds has been named to the national register of historic places. on marlborough block, it marks the grave site of a dog considered to be the father of the american cocker spaniel. he was born in the u.s. in 1882 and died in 1895. he was the offspring of two cocker spaniel show dogs from england. kind of neat piece of history. coming up, a school resource officer in south carolina was
kevin: cold start to the day out there for us. s. we have a light wind overnight. afternoon. temperatures into the low-end mid-50' s this afternoon. there is some rain to contend with first tomorrow. sean: a lot of people talking about this video clip right here. a video showing the violent arrest of a student in south carolina has many parents upset this morning. the resource officer' s actions are under investigations. a look at how this all went down. >> flipped over and pulled from her desk, a student'
s arrest in south carolina has cut a lot of attention is this video makes the rounds on social media. the black parents association wants to know why the arrest was so violent. >> just thinking about what could have led up to that and what she could have done that could have warranted that kind of response. >> it certainly alarms you and makes you a little bit afraid. >> a spokesman says he was very disturbed by the video. the officer' s actions are under investigation. >> the student was asked to leave the class several times by the instructor at the school. the assistant principal was there. the officer was called on scene that location. the student refused. you see on the video. >> the circumstances are not clear, but the officer can be heard giving the student an ultimatum. >> i need you to come with me.
>> give me your hands. >> for now, officer ben fields is on administrative leave. the department is investigating what happened. sean: the death toll from monday' s earthquake in the middle east has climbed to 311. rescuers are still struggling to reach remote areas of pakistan and afghanistan where all the deaths were reported. the 7.5-magnitude earthquake was sacked nold -- centered deep he needs the hindu kush mountains. authorities in massachusetts say a mother was killed and her two young children are badly injured when their car hit a cement truck head-on. the accident happened on route 20 in oxford. the woman was driving east with her two children. an eight-month-old baby was in the car and a two-year-old child, i should say, when the
car crossed the centerline and slammed into the cement truck. a man driving behind them rushed to help the children. >> i saw the little boy still in the car seat, so i get the boy out. he was coming in and out of consciousness. i hold the baby for quite a while. while i was getting the two-year-old out and i saw the other baby, the eight-month-old -- crushed up against the door and the seatbelt. sean: police say the two-year-old suffered serious injuries in the crash. the eight-month-old was critically injured and is now on life support. a murder suspect in new mexico is blaming the tv show "the walking dead" for his actions. damon parry told police the killing happened when he was bench watching episodes of the tv show. he claimed he thought his friend was turning into a zombie so he allegedly beat him with an electric guitar and microwave
>> it is pretty crazy. i didn' t think anybody would doing something like that from watching "the walking dead." it is sad to hear about that that is what our youth is coming to these days. lot of alcohol the night of the murder. airline passengers will no longer be able to pack bags under a new federal rule. it is meant to protect planes from in-flight fires. passengers will be allowed to pack them in their carry-on bags, but they will not be allowed to recharge the devices while on the plane. the department of transportation says there have been 46 incidents since 2009 -- 26 incidents since 2009. the rule goes into effect within the next two weeks. this is the week when the celtics and bruins are in their regular-season schedules.
the celtics open against the 76ers this week. it is time for the fall classic. game one of the world series plays out tonight. kansas city lost in game seven of the world series last year to the giants. they will host games one and two. the mets are in the series for the first time since 2000. it should be an interesting football game this thursday night. the 6-0 patriots host the 3-3 dolphins. the latest win came for the patriots came in foxborough on sunday against the jets. here is a good omen. the last two times new england started the season 6-0, they made it to the super bowl. miami torched houston for 44 points on sunday. it will be an interesting matchup. >> there are a whole new team. they are playing the ball right now. they' re playing well together. their defensive players are
playing hard. the last two games, i was just watching film, they played hard, they are tackling hard, they are playing well as a defense. sean: the other team is playing hard. a comet named lovejoy is pumping out a lot of alcohol. experts at the paris observatory said the comment is expelling the equivalent of 500 bottles of wine every second. the discovery marks the first time that ethyl alcohol has been observed in a comment. lovejoy is also sprinkling out a type of sugar, as well. the alcohol, right there. interesting phenomenon. didn' t know that comments did that. kevin: neither did i. [laughter] sean: it is like someone punctured a hole in a cake and shot it into space -- keg and shot it into space. [laughter] kevin: that is an interesting finding.
sean: we are going to send one of these things to land on the comry et now. kevin: if it was a manned aircraft, they would want to stay a while. sean: the first-ever comet bar. [laughter] kevin: you will notice the clear skies and light winds early on. most. some lower 30' s hanging on for manchester. minimum. we will have the sunshine out that' ll ends later this evening. the system has been producing quite a bit of rainfall and flooding through texas and the gulf coast. it continues to weaken and move quicker to the northeast. for us, we will have a chance of a period of rain which could be heavier tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow night. it is a progressive system by the time it gets here. it will be up and out of here by thursday morning.
you notice a lot of 20' s on the map. you will notice mid-20' s all the way back to the merrimack valley early on. you get a little farther north and these are the types of mornings that really frees the ground and make it that type of lawn that has that concrete feel to it when you walk on it each afternoon over the next several months. a few upper teens in the north country. a lot of folks in the 20' s as you walk out the door. a lot of areas back into the 50' s this afternoon. yesterday, in the north country, you were in the 40' s. temperatures will approach 50 by midafternoon. mid-50' s for a lot of areas south of the mountains. light wind with the fall sunshine. it will feel good through the afternoon. temperatures tonight will not fall off quite as much thanks to the approaching system and the high clouds. there will be a lot of 30' s as you start off the day tomorrow.
hours earlier than what is best chances of locally heavy rain will be late in the day tomorrow through tomorrow night and then wrapping up early on thursday morning. break with a few breaks in the overcast. the cooler air does not rush in until thursday evening. as the system moves away and we get clearing skies on thursday, we could have temperatures likely into the lower range of the 70' s in some southern parts of the state before we start cooling off thursday night. we start off into the 20' s, jump into the 50' s for the afternoon. extended forecast, the rainfall moves in tomorrow afternoon. heavy late in the day and into tomorrow night. it wraps up early on thursday. it turns milder in the afternoon. as far as the trick-or-treating forecast, friday night, it will be cold with clear skies. temperatures will be falling
through the 40' s for trick-or-treating on saturday evening. sunny skies on each day on friday and saturday. halloween is a few days away and we have posted a list of the trick-or-treat times on her website. some communities will be giving out candy on friday. you can check out the dates and times by heading to wmur.com. a new survey by michelin finds that most drivers are heeding the advice of their parents rather than their driver' s ed instructor. 52% of those surveyed say they have followed advice given to them from their dad while they are behind the wheel. 32% say mom is the best source of advice. 75% say they admitted to offering their own advice from the passenger seat. [laughter] sean: it is always nice to have two drivers in the car, right? a man in minnesota finds an interesting way to get rid of his giant gourd.
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p and i approve this message. hampshire university was only online. but then i visited amazing campus, with a great campus culture. the community was just amazing, i really feel like this is my family. i've made so many friends here, friends that i know i'll have for life. i have everything i need to succeed right here. there's always something happening here. this is such a fun place to be. everybody really loves what they're doing here.
kevin: take a look at this stunning picture. nasa released this image of the messier 94 galaxy. it is about 16 million light-years from earth, give or take a light year or two. there is a bright starburst rang around the galaxy and the european space agency says new stars are quickly forming inside that ring. that is where starbursts come from, as well. kevin: the candy? sean: just in time for halloween. [laughter] sean: dozens of people gathered in minnesota over the weekend to watch a man destroy his giant pumpkin in an interesting way. take a look. [cheers] sean: was i not supposed to park that there? the man used a crane to lift the
kevin: he raffled off the chance to pull the release that held the pumpkin. a two-year-old won the honor. sean: you' ve got to make sure the right car is there. coming up, a couple picks and an unusual --an unusual spot to tie the knot. ray: hudson police asking for your help in finding a pair of thieves targeted an elderly woman. why police think they may have struck before. sean: children are getting a