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they did that and would like to do it in my living room. >> it's beautiful, isn't it? that is what's making news in america this morning. >> stick around for "good morning america." making news in america this morning, breaking overnight, investigators in paris naming the third bataclan attacker. the details just in. firing back, the controversial plan to ban muslims. donald trump responding to critics in an exclusive interview with barbara walters. >> we have a president that doesn't have a clue. we don't know what's happening. >> the backlash growing from his own party and the white house as his lead widens in the newest poll. we are live in washington. caught on camera, one of the hottest toys for the holidays bursting into flames again, this time inside a mall.
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lisa." the secret possibly discovered lurking below the surface. erin: a brazen armed robbery caught on camera. police say the man threatens the clerk. have you seen this woman? police in milton are worried about her. she has not been seen since monday evening. kevin: lingering clouds out there as we start the day. we will talk about the temperatures that start to jump back upward in your forecast ahead. erin: a local father is accused of putting his little daughter in danger just so he could take a picture. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do.
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erin: good morning to you on this wednesday. looks like it is going to be a little warmer out there today than it was yesterday. kevin skarupa joins us. kevin: we are eyeing another warming trend. when you don' t have the snow on the ground, it makes it very easy to see temperatures at the norms or above it. it is a fairly quiet start with an overcast sky. you will notice a few areas of clouds back to the west. s up north. mid-30' s in southern areas. clouds early giving way to at spots. we will talk about the warming in a bit. we are joined live by 95.7 s deb davidson. good morning. deb: good morning, kevin. we are getting word of a
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police are just getting on the scene and they will keep us updated as information becomes available. 93 north and south is a good ride through the entire state. right now, it looks good. this report is being brought to you by peter honda, nissan, and kia of nashua. i' m deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. this morning in milton for a woman last monday evening. 39-year-old ann wade was last seen in the parking lot of the dollar general on white mountain highway and her family is worried about her safety. she is 5' 6", 140 pounds, with green eyes, and brown hair. police searched the water around white mountain highway, but nothing turned up.
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for the man seen in this surveillance picture. the man threatened to stab the clerk unless he turned over some cash. ray brewer is live outside the shop express on central street where the robbery took place. ray: the store will open for business as normal later on this morning. however, it was a scary situation when someone pulled a knife on the clerk. the whole thing was captured on surveillance video. just after 6:00, the man entered the store, pulled a knife, and jumped the counter. the clerk said the man threatened to stab him unless he got all the money. he got away with several hundred dollars, last seen running toward prospect street. >> it was scary. my boss said, leave them alone. they train us, don' t worry about
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ray: the suspect is described as a white man in his mid-20' s to early 30' s about six feet tall, weighing less than 200 pounds. his picture is now hanging inside the store. franklin police are asking anyone to give them a call. reporting live, ray brewer. erin: thank you. investigators say a plastic fan and several other items accidentally fell onto a stove yesterday afternoon in manchester sparking a fire. flames broke out in a fifth floor apartment just he 44:00. firefighters found a woman barely conscious on her floor. several residents try to pull her back to safety, but were forced back by the smoke. a nashua man faces two counts of reckless conduct after allegedly putting his 21-month-old daughter in danger over the merrimack river so he could take
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matthew jordan picked the girl up, swung her over his safe the -- safety railing, and let her stand more than 20 feet above own. >> the circumstances that were involved -- when you think you have seen it all, judge, you really remember you have not. that certainly falls into that category. erin: in court, jordan says he his daughter in danger. two people face burglary charges after leading police on a short chase in kensington yesterday afternoon. police found a suspicious car in a driveway, but i woman jumped in and drove off before crashing a short time later. a man was caught after running into the woods.
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on south road. police in massachusetts are looking for a second man invasion. two men entered a home in quincy yesterday afternoon through the basement and tied up a woman who is six months pregnant with tape. her daughter raced upstairs, locked yourself in a bedroom, and called 911. them? >> i can hear them. >> where are you hiding? >> in my room. erin: police have arrested one suspect in the case and found a gun believed to be used in the crime. the second man remains on the run. still ahead, donald trump defending his recent comments about keeping muslims out of the u.s., but pressure is mounting against him. democrat hillary clinton blasting trump.
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kevin: we start off with plenty of clouds across the area and some fog in some spots. we will have details on the forecast coming up. erin: thank you. republican presidential hopeful donald trump is defending his proposal to block muslims from entering the u.s., but his plan is drawing near universal condemnation in the u.s. and around the world. abc' s lana zak is following the controversy. lana donald trump has ignited an
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some fear it will be used to justify hate and discrimination. sharp condemnation for donald trump from everyday americans to fellow republicans. all in response to his most recent controversial proposal. for young muslim americans, it is hard to see the republican front runner' s opinion as a one-off. >> i' m used to hearing things, "go back to your country." i' m kind of sick of hearing it. this is my country. lana: on the front runner -- front cover of the "new york daily news," a paraphrase of the :. >> are you a dig it? >> not at all.
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lana: lana zak, abc news. erin: the campaign trail is relatively quiet here in new hampshire today. jeb bush is wrapping up a three-day visit. fellow republican carly fiorina starts a three day tour of her own with stops in lebanon and west lebanon. the latest wmur cnn granite state poll shows donald trump leading the pack with 32%, more than twice the support for marco rubio. chris christie is a 9%. jeb bush is at 8%. the latest poll will be released later today. hillary clinton held a town hall in salem last night and called out donald trump. she says he is turning his back on deeply held american ideals and playing right into the hands
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she contends that as the destabilizing the gop. >> we are dealing with a party a undermining the values that we have stood for. go back and read what george washington said about how we must resist bigotry. erin: this was her third visit to new hampshire in nine days as she gears up for the abc wmur debate next me -- week. a generous donation to the salvation army that could provide thousands of dollars to season.
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erin: people swarmed a beach along florida'
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coffee washed ashore and people scooped them up. officials are trying to figure aware the coffee came from. the coast guard says cargo containers did fall off a ship a couple of days ago, but so far there is no definitive connection. according to a new report from harvard, more than half of all renters in the u.s. are older than 40, amounting to 20 million households. the average rental cost is up 17%, meaning that half of all renters must devote 30% of their income to rent. the red kettle campaign is underway at the salvation army. in massachusetts, someone left a wedding band and a diamond engagement ring worth more than $3000 in a kettle on monday. captain david childs found the ring hidden among the hundreds of dollars in counted from the
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s donations. >> it was done in such a way that it was apparent that it was us to have the ring. erin: officials say it is similar to the wave of donated jewelry that helped raise $30,000 last year. our annual spirit of giving food drive kicks off this friday. we will be collecting nonperishable food donations, including prepackaged food through sunday the 13th. all of the food collected will bank. we are approaching mid december already. you would not really know it judging by the weather. of the northeast. in buffalo, new york, they still have not had any measurable snow. we are talking buffalo here. burlington, vermont has had just
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snowmobile officials in new hampshire say they need the ground to freeze, so trails will fries. some people are getting really anxious. situation to last yar when they had all of that snow, eight feet of it in places. around here, you have the mild november. we have started december mild. the longer you go mild, the less snow you will wind up with at the end of the season. in the year 2000, we had it go to mid-january without the first inch of snow. the last couple of years, we had the thanksgiving storm last year and the october snowfall four years ago, so the kind of masks things as far as the perception of what it is supposed to arrive. we are not seeing it on the maps
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we could start to see a couple of sunny breaks develop by 9:00 or 10:00. eventually, you go to partial sunshine. another cool day. we will be a couple of notches milder. maybe a passing shower tomorrow with plenty of passing clouds. it looks like fair skies with another warming trend setting up in time for the weekend ahead of the next system. you can see the overcast skies. there really is not a lot of moisture involved with this. the first chance of showers will be with the low overcast that develops overnight. notice the consistency in temperatures. 31-36. hard-pressed to find a morning
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within a few degrees of each other. we have a southwesterly wind of the next couple of days. i temperatures, 38-44 today. i think the clouds are a little more stubborn in southeastern areas. we could have partial sunshine. you can notice how futurecast really paints a cloudy seen across a good part of the state into the afternoon. the chance of a little bit of drizzle or a light rain shower around tomorrow morning. friday morning. on a westerly wind. sunday, the warm front may get are clouds. s statewide over the weekend. we are looking at temperatures
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tomorrow and tomorrow night, early friday, the chance of a passing shower -- that is really it as far as that is concerned. partial sunshine on saturday. milder with a breeze on sunday. the next system that runs in, a really good chance that that is in mostly rain-form. turning cooler with a breeze on tuesday. erin: amazing weather for the weekend. kevin: we get beyond that system and we are within 10 days until christmas. erin: thank you so much. we start off with ray brewer. ray: things are back to normal at this store in franklin, but a different situation monday night when the clerk had a knife pulled on him -- the crime all caught on surveillance video. the robber jumping over the counter, opening the cash drawer
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the robber got away with several hundred dollars. erin: sir jeffords will resume for a missing woman in milton. 39-year-old ann wade was last seen in the parking lot of the dollar general on white mountain highway. a nashua man faces two counts of reckless conduct after putting his daughter on a wall beyond the safety barrier over the meramec river to take a photo. the child is now in her mother' s custody. excitement is building before the new "star wars" movie opens next week.
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erin: the new "star wars" movie does not open for a week still, but some people are already lining up. in hollywood, a line is forming outside the chinese the at her and they plan to stay there -- theater and they plan to stay one couple even plans to get married while waiting in line. kevin: it also serves as a s foundation. erin: i cannot imagine getting married in line to see the star wars movie. new study shows just how little activity american children are getting these days and they are some of the most in active in the world. we are going to meet one of the best volleyball players in the state.
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people are working harder than ever, but the everyday cost of perscriptions, child care, or even just buying groceries can be a stretch for too many
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minimum wage, get equal pay for women, cut taxes for the middle class, and new incentives for business to share profits with employees instead of just rewarding ceos. those at the top are doing just fine. it's your family that needs a raise. i'm hillary clinton, and i
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 daybreak. erin: good morning to you on this wednesday, december 9. it is going to be a little bit warmer out there today. we will have details after today' s top stories. police are asking for your help in finding a man they say held up a franklin convenience store at knife point. a portsmouth man is facing charges after police say he crashed his truck two times after allegedly driving drunk with kids in the vehicle. the family of a chesterfield man who vanished says that his body has been found.
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little bit warmer air. degrees. the true jump occurs tomorrow. we are in the low and mid 30' s as you walk out the door. the system back to our west does not have a lot of moisture contained with it. temperatures today anywhere from s. light breeze, clouds trying to give way to a couple of sunny breaks. erin: unbelievably mild air for the weekend, right? kevin: it looks like we are headed back into the 50' s. erin: we do want to check the roads for you. the highways look pretty sparse at this time. kevin: for a look at the morning drive, we are joined live by 95.7 wzid' s deb davidson. good morning. deb: good morning, kevin and erin. police are still on the scene of that crash in deerfield on
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nottingham road is shut down and it will be indefinitely and detours are in place. 93 north and south is a great ride through the state. if you are commuting into boston, all major roads in massachusetts are incident-free. this report is being brought to you by peters honda, nissan, and kia of nashua. from the wzid traffic network, i' m deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: thank you so much. franklin police are trying to track down the man they say held up a convenience store at knife point. the clerk said he walked into the store and threatened to stab him if he did not hand over cash. ray brewer is live with the details. ray: we spoke with the clerk who was behind the counter when the robbery happened. he said the man threatened to stab him as he pulled a knife on him and he made off with hundreds of dollars in cash.
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hesitate to get back behind the counter after being robbed at knife point. the robbery happening at around 6:00 at the shop express in franklin. the robber pulls out a knife, jumps over the counter, and opens the cash register. >> he was asking me, "can i have the money?" i said, "what are you looking for?" he said, "i' if you don' t give me the money." ray: the suspect stole about $600 and ran away for prospect street. the owner said it was unusual. >> that usually does not happen here. it is a friendly atmosphere. sometimes, you know, it happens. ray: the suspect is described as a white man in his mid-20' s to
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s, about six feet tall, and less than 200 pounds. the clerk said he is thankful no one was hurt. >> yeah, it was scary. just leave them alone. they train us, don' t worry about the money -- worry about your life. ray: anyone who recognizes the robber is asked to get in touch with the franklin police department or get in touch with the regional crimeline. erin: thank you. a portsmouth man is accused of crashing his truck while allegedly driving drunk with kids in the vehicle. christopher serlin is charged with aggravated dwi and two counts of endangering a child. he crashed his car and left the scene. minutes later, he crashed into another car parked in a driveway . no one was hurt, but police say
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age of 16 writing -- riding in the truck. a somersworth woman crashed her car in rochester. 28-year-old trish farr was driving on franklin street yesterday afternoon when she appeared off the road and clipped a jogger with the mirror of her car. she then crashed into a tree head-on. the jogger was not hurt. three kids were in the car. police in nashua say a case of road rage and it with a man being assaulted. the victim was trying to cross a macy' s parking lot when 51-year-old anthony curtis drove by and started to argue with him. at one point, curtis sprayed pepper spray into the victim' s eyes. he was arrested on monday. the family of a chesterfield man who disappeared july of last year says his body has been found. ronald cheever was reported
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his family said his body was found by hunters last week. an autopsy confirmed his identity. he was suffering from dementia at the time he disappeared. massachusetts health officials e. coli that made as many as 80 boston college students sick. they all ate at the chipotle restaurant in brighton. the location has been shut down while it is cleaned from top to bottom. >> upon entry to the establishment, the inspector did identify three violations that caused enough concern that she felt it was prudent for us to close the establishment. erin: chipotle says it does not believe the sickness is related to the e. coli outbreak that affected 52 people in nine states. a new hampshire student has been
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11-year-old kaitlin clark is a sixth grader from north woodstock and was selected as one of 35 kid reporters in the scholastic news kids press corps. she will be covering things like current events, breaking news, entertainment, and sports. congratulations. coming up, a rendezvous takes a frightening turn for a man in vermont. he was kidnapped and robbed well trying to meet up with a woman he met online. a new warning for people who use electronic cigarettes. most of the devices contain a flavored chemical that is linked to a severe respiratory disease. kevin: a couple of sunny breaks this afternoon and a weak system back to the west that produces temperature changes by the
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kevin: a live look out at hampton beach. 34 degrees there. mid-30' s about statewide. we will expect sunny breaks to develop in western and northern areas. the clouds are going to be pretty stubborn in spots. we will look ahead toward a warming trend expected for the
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erin: the secretary of defense is heading to capitol hill to testify about the ongoing fight against isis. nikole killion joins us live. this testimony comes at a key time. nikole: that' s right. defense secretary ash carter' s testimony comes as congress considers a governmentwide spending bill. he warns that short-term measures harmed the defense department' s ability to defeat isis. lawmakers are going to pass another temporary measure to buy time for negotiations, most likely. the house just passed a new visa waiver bill, aimed at tightening travel restrictions. travelers must get a visa if they have been to countries like
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erin: back to isis and some new developments overnight in the paris attack investigations. what do we know now? nikole: french officials have identified a third attacker who was involved in the attack on the bataclan concert hall, the scene of some of the worst carnage. he is a french man who left for syria in 2013 and possibly recruited others. he was killed during those attacks. erin: thank you so much. the cofounder of the north face clothing line passed away yesterday. doug tompkins died while kayaking in patagonia, chile. there is no word on the cause of death. he founded the company in 1964. he is survived by his wife, who spent 20 years as the ceo of patagonia. police in vermont are investigating a brazen
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up with a 19-year-old --19-year-old hailey rheaume fox . when he got inside the car, fox' s boyfriend allegedly held a knife to his throat. they drove the victim to an atm and forced him to withdraw cash before speeding away with a cell phone. >> if i had to sum it up, i would say it is a sad state of drug addiction in our state. this is how it manifests. >> drugs were the motivation here? >> yes. erin: the suspects are due back if convicted, they could be sentenced to life behind bars. police in ohio are trying to track down the thief who stole $81,000 worth of gems from the history. person of interest in the case. the thief smashed a glass display case to get to the gems.
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mother' s house in order to steal her' s to. he sent his mom a text message saying he was hungry and wanted to come over to eat. his mom told him, no, but he was not taking no for an answer. he broke into his mom' s house, grabbed a pot of stew out of his mom' s fridge, and took off. he is charged with burglary. researchers say a flavored chemical linked to respiratory disease can be found in most electronic cigarettes. more than 75% of flavored e-cigarettes contain a chemical linked to a debilitating respiratory disease known as popcorn lung. the disease first happened in workers who inhaled artificial butter flavoring in buttered popcorn. fewer than one in 12 kids in the u.s. meet the current exercise guidelines and that makes american kids among the least
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one of the main reasons is a lack of active opportunities at school. some of you may remember the drink crystal pepsi from the 1990' s. it is about to make a limited come back. there will be a contest that will reward thousands of fans with a sixpack of the translucent cola. pepsi would not say if there would be a more permanent return. some people believe that mona lisa' s smile is hiding a secret. pascal cotte says that there are three hidden paintings beneath the leonardo da vinci masterpiece. he says one hidden picture shows a woman looking into the distance.
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debate about mona lisa' s identity. many people think she is the wife of a florentine merchant. cotte believes it is seven entirely different woman. the new york yankees have a new middle infielder. they traded pitcher adam warren to the cubs for starlin castro. the 25-year-old hit 69 rbis last season. he spent most of his career at shortstop, but shifted over to second base this year. a couple of high school seniors are going division i as lacrosse players from the new hampton school. caroline wenners will play at holy cross. auden menke is going big-time with the notre dame fighting irish. congratulations are in order to merrimack high school volleyball star joanne coffey. she has been named the gatorade player of the year in new
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her older sister won the title last year. joanne coffey had 724 assists this season. she is going to play at smh you next year -- snhu next year. outside we go. 32 degrees in plymouth. right around freezing in some spots. kevin: low and mid 30' s pretty much statewide. it will be that same effect that happens through the afternoon. as the sun comes up, things will not warm-up quite as easily. i think we break apart at least into a couple of sunny breaks. south and eastern areas, it is going to be a little bit more difficult. we will have a light southerly breeze that reinforces the maritime air that will be in place.
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more high clouds drifting in from the west. next system back out through the great lakes does not have a lot of moisture with it. while this approach is, there will be the risk of a little drizzle or a light rain shower overnight. there may be a passing shower tomorrow, tomorrow evening, or into friday. it does not look like a big deal for us. we are looking at temperatures in the lower half of the 30' s in southern parts of the state. we are going to look for temperatures to move up quickly. by the time we get to lunchtime, we are talking mid-30' s to lower 40' s. a few breaks in the overcast out west could push temperatures as high as 45 or 46 today. the closer you get to the shoreline, we will have the
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we will see a slow, stubborn klein -- climb. inland chances, a better chance of sunny breaks in the afternoon. drizzle that tries to develop overnight. with temperatures close to the freezing mark up north, there could be valleys this he freezing drizzle or patchy fog. we are talking upper ranges of the 30' s in the north country. we only had upward from there. we are talking lower and mid 50' s for highs on friday afternoon. 50' s statewide for both days over the weekend. the brighter of the two days looks to be saturday. there will be a warm front approaching on sunday that could mean even warmer temperatures in the afternoon. low and 40'
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more clouds moving in from the west later tonight. patchy drizzle or fog are a possibility. warming trend. beyond that, we are looking at way into the weekend. temperatures continue to ebb back upward a little bit. sunday, the concern would be some extra cloudiness. a breeze pushes temperatures higher across the area. highest as that system approaches -- it looks like a mainly rain situation. the only chance of anything different might be in the mountains as the storm pulls away. we start to cool off after. erin: we have not had a whole lot of snow and i am enjoying that, but others here differently. kevin: we have heard from both ends of that on a daily basis.
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top 10 list of states that produced the most peace corps volunteers. new hampshire came in eighth on the list. vermont came in first for the third year in a row. a mystery in massachusetts has been solved. somebody has been leaving coats, hats, and gloves for people in need. >> it' s an invitation for anyone to come. they can come here and take what they need. nobody is really watching. they can take what they need to keep warm. erin: she says she heard about someone doing the same thing in new york city. she said you wanted to give back to her own community. abc is coming out with a new version of the hit 1987 movie "dirty dancing." actress abigail breslin will play the lead of baby. the film originally starred jennifer grey and patrick swayze. abc will film a three-hour
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other cast members have not been announced. stay tuned. still to come, if you like shop kins, someone forked over tens of thousands of dollas for one of those tiny little toys. our u local hot shot picture of the morning. check out this masterpiece. this is an artistic rendition of josh judge.
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erin: if you have a daughter, you probably know about shopkins toys. a special one has sold on ebay for more than $21,000. yikes! the toy, called gemma stone, is a one-of-a-kind glass blown item created in february for special
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the winning bid came from florida. the money raised will go to benefit the toy industry foundation. wow. that is a pretty pricey little shopkins. have you seen how tiny they are? teeny tiny. that. right now. a man in canada is putting a stylish twist. kevin: paul mason decided to become a fashion santa. he got rid of the hat and updated santa' s red jacket. he has been a model for 30 years. >> you get people that are a little confused. once they think about it for a second, they warm-up. i am wearing a velvet jacket. kevin: it looks a little bit more comfortable. fashion santa has been a holiday
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erin: he is a chic and svelte santa. a terrifying situation for a mom and daughter in massachusetts. >> i think they are hurting her. please hurry. erin: two men broke into a home in tied up a pregnant woman while her teenage daughter was hiding in the house. ray: you will hear from a clerk who had a knife pulled on him. lana: as donald finally gone too far?
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