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>> all those got pulled out. >> the couch was all torn apart. erin: now one daybreak, a man says he was held at gunpoint for more than an hour is three men ransacked his house and stole bags full of item. should dzhokhar tsarnaev get a new trial? lawyers will start building their case today. kevin: sunshine giving way to approaching from the west. we will talk about the showers than that ahead. parts of the country this
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dangerous and deadly conditions on the heels of another storm. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 daybreak. erin: good morning, new hampshire. welcome to december. there are officially 25 days until christmas. i' m erin fehlau. thanks for joining us. kevin skarupa joins us with a look at our forecast. kevin: kind of a quiet stretch as we lean into the meteorological start of winter. single digits up north to mid 20' s in southern spots with mostly clear skies. you will notice the system approaching from the west. it looks like we will be on and off with shower activity through thursday morning. temperatures start where they did yesterday.
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s to lower 40' s this afternoon. much more on your forecast in just a bit. let' s take a look at your tuesday morning ride. we are joined live by 95.7 wzid' s deb davidson. good tuesday morning. deb: good tuesday morning, kevin. everything looks great on interstate 93 from tilton to the hooksett tolls and from manchester to salem, about a 21 minute ride. 293 is a smooth ride all the way down to the split with 93. no problems on 101, 111, or the spaulding turnpike. the commute into boston is also good right now. this report is brought to you by minuteman health. join the revolution. from the wzid traffic network, i' m deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: thank you. the search is on for three people who held a man at
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the victim says the men were inside when he got home. ray brewer is live in durham with reaction from that victim. ray: good morning. bryan hoch berg thought the house was empty, instead he was confronted by three masked men with guns. he said they ran up the basement stairs pointing their guns at him. they held him for 45 minutes while they filled bags with everything they could find. he says it was terrifying. >> they started leading me through the house, door-to-door. they would kick in a door. one of them would stand in the doorway, put me on the ground, as the other two worse -- two
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ray: after they left, he ran to a nearby bar and called police because they also took his cell phone. the roommates say they will likely move out now. authorities say if you saw anything between 9:30 and 10:30 on saturday night, they would like to hear from you. erin: thank you. investigators will be back in hocking 10 today -- hopkinton today to figure out what started a fire. no one was home at the time and crews were able to save a dog. firefighters were called back to the scene last night after hotspots flared up. heavy snow is falling across parts of the nation' s midsection today as part of a one-two punch of miserable weather. abc'
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megan: the storms created dangerous driving conditions in the upper midwest. in omaha, cars spinning out. in minneapolis, cars in ditches and jackknifed tractor trailers. scott brimner pulled off the interstate. scott: i did not think you guys got this much snow. >> it was way too snowy for us to continue on the highway. megan: that daughter' s -- that driver' s daughter used a chance to build -- the chance to build a snowman. >> who doesn' t like snow? megan: the weather system has always reminded us -- is also reminded us that the weather can be deadly. oklahoma' s governor declared a
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for streetlights exploding to ice coated powerlines. >> it is coming down. hit record. hit record. >> its recording. megan: the storm left 100,000 in the dark. there may be a foot of snow in some areas by tonight read abc news, washington. erin: charges have been upgraded against the driver in a deadly crash. alexander burke is now charged with negligent homicide. his blood-alcohol level was twice the legal limit when he crashed into an suv, killing a woman and seriously injuring several others. the judge set his bail at half $1 million cash. and man from alexandria accused of possessing nearly two dozen images of child sex abuse on his images has waived his probable cause hearing.
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arrested in the midst of a homicide investigation surrounding the death of 11-month-old shawn sylvester. investigators stress these are two separate investigations stemming from the same address. >> we typically have 90 days to present a case of charges to a grand jury. sometimes we ask for an extension. that is not unusual. erin: page remains behind bars on $500,000 bail. no suspect or person of interest has been named in the death of shawn sylvester, who died from blunt impact trauma to his head. lawyers for dzhokhar tsarnaev are due in court today hoping to get their clients a new trial. his lawyers say the trial should not have been held in boston, claiming a local jury could not be objective. they wanted the trial held in
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they say a supreme court decision put 15 of the convictions against dzhokhar tsarnaev in question. the defense will begin presenting their case in the murder trial of philip chism. the defense will try to prove that he was mentally ill when he killed colleen ritzer. manchester' s winter parking ban takes effect today. the months that are even numbers like december, you should park overnight on the even side of the street. drivers should park on the odd side of the street during odd numbered months. helping people in the city of
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kevin: it is tuesday morning, december 1. temperatures in the single digits. we are in the lower and mid 20' s in southeastern areas. we will have the chance of some scattered rain showers. we will have the details in your forecast coming up. erin: thank you so much. there is a new nonprofit in manchester helping to keep bikes on the streets. the qc bike collective is a community space on the corner of
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bicycles and sell donated bikes at low cost. the idea is popular in other cities. local bike shops are working together and volunteers help people work on their bicycles. >> it is not all about the bike. it is learning how to do something, having the confidence, the skills, the self-reliance to get that done. erin: manchester police are donating about 100 unclaimed bicycles to the effort. the qc bike collective is holding an open house tonight from 4:00 until 6:00 and is asking the city for community improvement funding. you can help put a smile on a child' s face this season by donating to wmur spirit of giving toy drive. along with our partners z107 and rock 101, we are going to be collecting new, unwrapped toys
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sunday in manchester and at the crossings in newington. members of the wmur team will be there on friday to thank you for your generosity. all of the donations will go to the toys for tots program. today is known as the giving tuesday and the american red cross has a giving catalog. options include things like blankets, smoke alarms, comfort kits, or you can donate toward helping provide therapy sessions, medical supplies, or shelter. the magazine is filled with stories by people who have been helped by the gifts. coming up, helping senior citizens feel comfortable with technology. new classes. plus, dog parking -- it is a new trend starting to park -- pop up in new york
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erin: there are several new parking spots in brooklyn, new york that are designed for dogs. the founder of dog parker is installing temporary dog kennels outside of businesses that do not allow dogs inside. users have membership cards that open the kennel doors. so far, about 50 people have signed up for that service. ski season is underway, but a popular mountain in maine is closed. saddleback is still looking for a new buyer. they announced in negotiations two months ago. managers still hope to open at some point this season. two other mountains in maine are offering discounted passes.
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details about its planned prime air drown delivery program -- air drone delivery program. the drones will fly under 400 feet. amazon says it plans to launch the program as soon as government regulations are in place. technology is constantly changing and that can be overwhelming for some people, especially senior citizens. now, there is a program in plattsburgh new york to help old people learn the basics. there are two 10-week programs, one focused on ipads, the other looking at the basics of the internet to help them feel comfortable with their devices. 100 people have already signed up. there are still some things my kids teach me. kevin: the long-standing joke when i go to the school classrooms is the teachers say, if you have a problem, ask one of the third-graders.
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the kids should teach that class. kevin: you begin to wonder sometimes. [laughter] kevin: early son will be giving way to scattered clouds and showers this afternoon. as this runs in after 9:00 a.m., and extreme southwestern parts of the state, there could be a little bit of freezing drizzle before eventually going over to rain showers. it will be a bit milder tomorrow. i temperatures in the 40' s. we will have another round of showers tomorrow night which leads us to the chance of mixed showers in southern areas. there is a look at it. the leading edge of this continues to make its way through western parts of new york early this morning. while it is mostly rain showers, there could be a little bit of
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once that moves through, a little bit of a break tomorrow morning before the next round of showers makes their way in later tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow night. things are relatively quiet. if you are out and about the next couple of hours, you should be fine. anywhere after 9:00 or 10:00, we will start to make -- that will start to make its way in into northern parts of the state. lower to mid 20' s from manchester to the shoreline. a surge of warmth the next couple of days. today, though, a couple of degrees milder than yesterday, but still shy of where we will be the next couple of days. an increase and thickening of
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scattered showers, mostly a light version of the showers through the evening tonight. there should not be travel headaches in a lot of locations. once that pulls away, notice where the precipitation goes as we work our way into thursday morning. southern areas may see a mixed shower. as that pulls away thursday afternoon, we get back to fair skies. maybe even into the middle of next week. we will watch the clouds and showers make their way in this afternoon. tonight, we will have a couple of mixed showers up north. showers ending as a mix in some spots and then a string of sunny days starting friday, lasting through the weekend. erin: if you haven' t gotten up
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plenty of time to do it. ok, we do want to check our top stories. we start off with ray brewer. durham resident who returned home on saturday only to be confronted by three masked men armed with guns. he says the men ran up the basement stairs, pointed their guns at him, then helped him for 40 minutes, what they filled find. erin: lawyers for convicted boston marathon bomber dzhokhar tsarnaev are due in court today, hoping to get their client a new trial. his lawyers say the trial should not have been held in boston, be objective. investigators will be back in hotkinto -- hopkinton today to
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erin: santa is already making the rounds, listening to kids share their christmas wishes. six-month-old zeke fell asleep waiting in line and santa decided not to wake him up. the two appeared to bunk down. kevin: the picture has now been viewed over 30 million times. the family returned for another asleep again.
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long waiting for old st. nick. beatles fans will come together for a chance to buy some of ringo starr' s personal belongings. the drummer is selling off 1300 items. they come from his career and his homes. kevin: one of the more important items is a perl black -- oyster black pearl drum kit. erin: that is great. coming up, today is giving tuesday. a survivor of the boston marathon bombing is jumping in with a cause that is very important to her. eyes are not playing tricks. these videos are really suddenly rising above the street, but
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 daybreak. erin: can you believe it? it is december 1, people? this is a live look in portsmouth. a bit chilly. we are going to head near-normal with temperatures today. durham police are searching for three robbers they say held a managed gunpoint while they ransacked his home. planned parenthood in clermont is up and running several weeks after a hatchet wielding vandal caused thousands of dollars in damage to that clinic. a woman dedicated to helping struggling veterans is asking for help for a life-saving
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we did have above normal temperatures for november. usually, that says, when it comes to snow -- kevin: you look to the following winters and those produced below normal snowfall. the computer map gives us a history and a way of looking at it. clear skies, showers pushing in from the west. the warm spot this morning, as you notice year, a top mount washington, which means milder air eventually to come. building clouds and scattered showers this afternoon. erin: we do want to check the roads to see how things are moving out there. volume is picking up out there. this is a live look in 93. kevin: for a look at the morning drive, we' re joined live by 95.7 wzid' s deb davidson. good morning. deb: good morning. the volume is beginning to pick up. many commuters are hitting the
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93 does remain a good ride this morning. if you are heading out on to 293 shortly, you will not see any delays. we do have delays between exit 5 and the turnpike. the everett turnpike is a good ride down through the lane drop. if you are headed in and around boston, 93 south and route 3 are up to speed and incident free. this report is being brought to you by minuteman health. affordable health insurance is here, new hampshire. join the revolution. from the wzid traffic network, i' m deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: thank you so much. durham police are on the lookout for three people they say held a manic gunpoint as they ransacked his home. the rubbery held -- happened -- robbery happened on madbury court. ray brewer joins us live in
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ray: good morning. brian hochburg says it was near 9:30 and he thought his home was empty. >> he was accosted by three men with handguns in dark clothing. ray: he found the three masked men running up the basement stairs, guns pointed at him. for the next 40 minutes, they kept him close by as they ransacked his home. >> they started leading me through the house door to door. one of them would stand in the doorway, put me on the ground, as the other two were ransacking the rooms, taking anything expensive. >> all of that was pulled out. the house was all torn apart. >> they brought me back into the living room and laid me down on
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exited out the back door and it was about 10 minutes until it finally realized they were gone. ray: he was not hurt, but his cell phone was stolen, so he had to run to a nearby bar to call police. >> everything that we had of value was taken from us including xbox is, tvs, electronics. >> my laptop was stolen. my cell phone. watches. ray: the robbery has left the men unsettled. >> i have not felt safe sleeping in my bed the past few nights. ray: durham police say they want to hear from anyone who saw something sis wishes -- suspicious on saturday night. reporting live, ray brewer. erin: planned parenthood in claremont is back open nearly six weeks after the clinic was damaged by vandals. a boy got into the building in october and used a hatchet to
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medical equipment, and plumbing fixtures. officers are keeping a close eye on the facility, particularly in light of friday' s deadly shooting in colorado. an investigation is underway into what sparked a fire that destroyed a home in southampton. the fire broke out at a home on hilldale avenue. the homeowner was sleeping upstairs when the fire started, but he was able to escape. a second person has been arrested in connection with a break-in at the armory in worcester, mass. she had one of the assault rifles that was stolen. the fbi is recovering -- offering a $15,000 reward leading to the location of the six missing weapons. a father accused of being drunk
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plead guilty to negligent homicide. tomorrow. in february of last year, he was driving on the everett turnpike in merrimack when his car oncoming traffic. his 14-year-old son was killed in the crash. prosecutors are recommending behind bars. we now know the name of a man morning. 21-year-old mason cliche was a senior at plymouth state university and a member of the soccer team. a stratham mom is in the fight the public for help. kidney disease. she needs a kidney with someone from type o blood. a transplant could take 4-6
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her husband started a website in hopes of finding a match. >> it is humbling to know that perfect strangers will step up and try to help. erin: clark cofounded chris' s pets for vets and annie' . the group raises awareness about posttraumatic stress disorder. the organization was named after her son christopher, an army veteran who had ptsd and took his own life. republican presidential candidate chris christie continues his campaign swing through new hampshire today. he will be making stops through londonderry and concord. donald trump is planning to hold a rally at the white mountain athletic club in waterville valley. a survivor of the boston marathon bombing is asking you
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year. adrian now uses a prosthetic leg and works with limbs for life. today is giving tuesday, a national campaign to encourage people to donate to others. adrianne wants americans to think about making a donation to this cause. >> you can give the same amount and say, you get parts to someone who needed them. erin: more than 3000 amputations occur across the country every week. the career museum of art -- cour -- currier museum of art is kicking off its shoes for schools campaign. they will go to manchester families who cannot afford to buy a pair of shoes.
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hoverboards for sparking a fire at their home. a bizarre scene in china. what caused these vehicles to a p a levitating off the street. kevin: showers on the doorstep. a couple waves of rain before we head into a completely different
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>> you were watching wmur news 9
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mcdonald, and kevin skarupa. kevin: we start out with a live look. morning. temperatures get back into the s through the afternoon. southern areas. a warming trend setting up with more showers in the forecast. erin: repealing the affordable care act is something that congressional republicans have been trying to do for years and they may be a step closer to getting it on the president' s desk. nikole killion' s live in our washington bureau for us. how is this coming about? nikole: senate republicans could get the ball rolling as early as today to fast-track legislation to repeal parts of the affordable care act. mitch mcconnell presented the plan last night.
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democrats cannot filibuster the bill and they only need a simple majority to pass this along. if it clears congress, it is all but certain to get a veto from president obama. erin: what else does the measure include and when could we see a vote. the senate is tweaking a house bill that is already passed. nikole: it repeals the individual and business mandates, the cornerstones of the president path health care law. of medicaid. in terms of a timeline here, senate leaders hoping to get this bill passed by this thursday. erin: we will be watching. thank you so much. police in massachusetts are searching for a killer. they say that someone shot a cab driver in new bedford over the
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the victim was found near his cab in the parking lot of a park and was pronounced dead at the hospital. police have surveillance video from a gas station where he picked up a fair before he was killed. police are looking for two young males between the ages of 14 and 18. a family in louisiana is limning a hoverboards for sparking a fire at their home. she says that he plugged the hoverboards in to recharge it and moments later, she watched it explode. >> both wheels, it was like a firework, like you just lit a firework. before i could yell, "the houses on fire," the middle part went into flames. >> when it happened, i couldn' t believe it. it was hard to put it out. it was pretty big.
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from a company called fit turbo. the consumer product safety commission says it has had eight reports of the hover board injuries in the last three months, but all were related to falls and not fires. good news for rob gronkowski and the patriots. it turns out the knee injury he suffered is not that serious. according to reports, an mri showed only a bone bruise, not ligament damage, which is really the best case scenario here. tom brady was asked if he thought the hit was dirty. tom: i hate to see it, but they talk about -- it is really the only way for the defenders to hit now. i' ll bet you if you asked a lot of players, you would rather go high than low, but when you go low, that is what happens. i don' t think it' s dirty.
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week to week. he likely will not play in the next two games. isaiah thomas scored 16 points in the game for the celtics last night. 105-95. thursday. two brothers are gaining international attention after coming to the rescue of a bald eagle in canada. they were hunting in the woods when they found the bald eagle. one of its talents was locked in a trap. they managed to get the bald eagle out of the trap and they took a selfie with it. the bald eagle was set free minutes after they found it. there is that selfie. check out this video in china. surveillance video captured vans
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look at that. right off the street. two vans rise, one after the other. then a car heading in the opposite direction also jumps. it turns out the cause had nothing to do with magic or the weather. a steel cable that got caught on a sanitation vehicle is actually what tripped up the cars. if you can believe it. kind of crazy video. look at that. kevin: i initially thought earthquake. erin: kind of wild. kevin: yeah. erin: there was no magician. kevin: hopefully, you don' t encounter something like that on your morning commute. erin: hopefully not. kevin: single digits, teens to lower 20' s early this morning. clear skies initially. that is going to change gradually as the next system edges in. it will mean some showers around this afternoon.
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the best chances will be in southwestern areas. with temperatures cool enough initially, there may be sheltered valleys that are not sufficiently above the freezing mark when it arrives, so there could be patchy areas that see a little bit of freezing rain. later tonight, temperatures may cool in extreme northern parts of the state. again, a good 80-90% of the precipitation from this system through thursday morning will likely be in the form of rain shower activity. it is as the system pulls away that the northern half or third of the state may see it go over to wet snowflakes before wrapping up. the warm spot, as we mentioned, is mount washington.
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last day of chillier air. within a few degrees of where we were yesterday at this time. temperatures into the afternoon will get a couple of degrees warmer. yesterday, it was highs in the 30' s. temperatures in the southwestern half of the state will be in upper 30' s to near 40. temperatures will hover in that direction as rain showers move through. there may be patchy areas of drizzle in far northern areas of this eight. there will be a couple of showers, which could move through at any point. later tomorrow evening, we will see the next round of showers moving through. as that goes by, just enough cool air on the backside of that on thursday to see a few inches of accumulation.
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that will set up another sunny stretch of weather which starts friday and goes through the week. system approaching and that is going to mean scattered showers. showers on and off tomorrow before wrapping up again as if you areas of light snow -- that northern half of estate. we go back to full sunshine starting on friday. friday. ideal conditions if you are going to be outdoors. erin: above normal and it continues. thank you so much. the family of a man seriously burned in taiwan says that they are ending their gofundme page. the family posted yesterday thanking everyone for their generosity and their support. he suffered burns over 90% of his body. he will have more surgeries to
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the national christmas display outside the white house will hampshire. olympics crafted a dozen ornaments that will hang on new hampshire posture he -- new hampshire' s three. the national christmas tree lighting will take lace starting on thursday afternoon. one lucky customer at shaw' s supermarket is getting a very big present today. the customer will be presented with a brand-new ford escape at 11:00 a.m. at the shaw' s supermarket on daniel webster highway in nashua. still ahead, interesting revelations regarding a popular american landmark. apparently, the statue of liberty was conceived as a muslim woman originally.
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kevin: starting off early this morning with temperatures in the single digits up north. teens to lower 20' s elsewhere. clouds moving in as the day moves along. showers in place this afternoon. erin: check this out. a man in australia has set a new world record with the most light on an artificial christmas tree. the tree has more than 518,000 twinkling lights. the previous record was held for five years by universal studios in japan. kevin: wow. erin: you could see that from space. we are learning some interesting
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institute magazine" lady liberty was conceived as a muslim woman. kevin: the ruler of egypt dismissed the project is being -- as being too expensive, where it was originally intended to be placed. symbol of our country. if you are feeling down in the dumps, we have a video sure to cheer you up. >> show me your man face -- mad face. [laughter] erin: you don' t want to mess with this little one. she is going viral. kevin: the video has been shared across several social networks and many are saying they can' t stop watching it. [laughter] kevin: wow. erin: i love it. kevin: as long as she is just getting around about that. erin: coming up, the red cross
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