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erin: now on "daybreak," one andover. it appears to be a tragic accident. sean: a road rage incident ends with a man stabbed and bleeding in the middle of the road. they are looking for the other driver. kevin: early sunshine to clouds. the latest timeline ahead. erin: market jitters. it's been a very bad start to the year on wall street. experts have some good news for investors. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do.
daybreak." erin: good morning, new hampshire. sean: good morning. i'm sean mcdonald. a little bit cold out there. a beautiful day. kevin: white winds tell us everything. especially when you have the sunshine. we'll likely enjoy some sunshine this morning. once it fades away behind clouds, that's likely the last we see of it until monday. we're expecting quite a few clouds over the weekend. a little bit of a drizzle in the state. we start off in the single digits, teens to lower 20's. we climb in to the 30's for most. we'll talk about the clouds for the weekend coming up. let's look at your morning ride here in the granite state. we're joined live by deb davidson. good morning, deb. deb: good morning. we're seeing a pocket of heavy congestion as you make your way past the hooksett tolls. just be aware.
that, 93 is moving well massachusetts. 293 is currently moving yard as well. it is up to speed at the lane shift. we're not seeing any delays right now on 101. 111, or the spaulding turnpike. if you are heading in to boston, route 3 south and 93 south are up to speed and incident free at this time. this report is brought to you by autofare. i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean: topping our news, an autopsy is planned today after a man died in an outside fire. erin: the fire was reported as a propane explosion. but investigators say they've determined there was no explosion. there was a fire in a brush pile outside of the home. bring the time emergency crews arrived on the scene, a man was already dead. his name and cause of death will not be released unless an autopsy is complete
it appears to simply be an accident. sean: police are investigating a serious car versus pedestrian crash. a volkswagen jetta hit a woman near the entrance of market basket. the driver was not hurt. police have not identified either person involved. they may release more information later today. erin: police in massachusetts are looking for the man they say stabbed another driver during a case of road rage. officers in braintree say the incident spanned about a quarter of a mile before both drivers stopped, got out of their cars, and started to fight in the middle of rush hour traffic. then one man pulled a knife. >> we pulled up. it was a man laying down. people ran up and were throwing blankets on him. he seemed to be bleeding. somebody said he was in
bleeding. erin: the victim was taken to a boston hospital. the other driver took off. police are still looking for him. investigators say they have a week vehicle description. they are not releasing it at this point. sean: u.s. stocks are off to the worst start after the dow shed 400 points. stocks in china are up and down again this morning raising new concerns for wall street. as lana zak explains, there's no need to panic. lana: finally a good trading day on the chinese market. after previously sparking global market panics over fearing of a slow economy, they closed 2% higher. that's in contrast to thursday when they fell 7% and trading was suspend 30 minutes after opening, which fueled a nose dive on wall street. the dow closed down 400 points yesterday.
investors pulling their hair, average americans may be looking with concern. what should you do? first experts say don't sell or change your 401(k) in a panic. >> if you end up telling when the market is down, you are setting yourself up for losses potentially. lana: next realize it may present an opportunity to purchase stocks at a discount. >> if there's stocks that have been following, this might be the time to step in. lana: finally take advantage of the benefit. oil prices at the lowest levels in 12 years may be a bomb to your family's finances. lana: this is a terrific thing for people heating their homes, buying cars, people driving, that's free money in people's pockets. lana: another thing to watch out for? the december job reports which comes out today. most are optimistic, forecasting thousands of new jobs.
sean: republican presidential hopeful, carly fiorina, is wrapping up a five-day swing today. she spoke to a packed house in meredith last night and addressed issues like isis and health care. she also took a shot at democrat, orient. >> the way to beat hillary clinton is to point out she doesn't accomplishment and she's been wrong on every challenge. she lied to the american people. not just about e-mails and servers, but about benghazi. she lied over and over again. sean: john kasich is wrapping up a visit today. he has meetings planned in exeter today. tonight we're taking an in depth look at future of the process as well a view of the primaries history and what made it so special. first in the nation airs tonight at 7:00 here on
erin: after announcing a series of executive actions on tuesday, president obama hosted a town hall meeting in virginia to discuss guns in america. one of the invited guest was a native. clai sommers was 13 when her step-father shot her with a hunting life. now she's focused on helping other victims. >> you have to have a license. you can't sell at gun shows anymore. i feel that people have to come from the table on both sides and work on the issue together. erin: new hampshire state police say they performed more than 8,000 background checks for guns last month, more than twice the usual number. sean: the sentence will stand on a man convicting of abusing his girlfriend's son. he is serving 25 and a half to 67 years in prison.
mother, jessica linscott were found together. isaiah williams reached a plea deal yesterday. the victim was beaten with a baseball bat and gun and put in to the trunk of a car. another man was sentenced back in december. erin: still ahead this morning, sharing the story of james foley. the mother of a slain journalist is writing a book about her son and his death. sean: a local teenager has her sights set on the olympics in curling. erin: ahead, an elderly woman was found dead in warner. she may have been trying to get help before
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temperature in the 20's. single digits and teens elsewhere. clear skies and clouds increasing as the day moves along. it will set up the next system that will be around through most of the weekend. details coming up. erin: the mother of murdered journalist, james foley, is now writing a book about her late son. sean: the new hampshire native was killed by isis militants in 2014. the publisher sheas she will share memories of her son, which will include how the family dealt with the did napping, captivities, with government officials. earlier it was announced that a documentary will air at the sundance film festival. erin: a nashua teenager is making quite a name for herself on the ice in the sport of curling. elizabeth janiak is in eighth grade. she first started curling when she was seven. she only started getting competitive about a clear ago.
u.s. journal nationals later in month in minnesota. >> my ultimate goal would be to take myself as far in the competitive bracket that i can can. i want to continue curling for as long as i can. i would love to go to the olympeics. not even for myself but a chance to see people that are amazing in the sport you love. erin: she admits it can be a challenge figuring out how the ice is different in locations and how to react. sean: it is a fascinating sport. it is fun to watch. erin: it is. she's very talented. sean: she looks great. 5:12. taking some of the stress out of taking a pregnancy test. a new app will help out while you wait for the results. erin: plus the slopes will be busy as the skiers try to break a world record.
sean: astronaut, scott kelly, just showed this picture of a pollution over china. air pollution is killing an average of 4,000 people every day in china. a homeless man in california is recovering this morning after he ended up inside a garbage truck. he was sleeping inside a dumpster and the garbage crew didn't notice him. the truck made several stops and even ran the compactor before he
pounding. installed. the gate likely saved the man's life. he did suffer some crushing injuries. erin: time warner cable saying that hackers may have stolen the e-mail addresses and passwords for customers. they haven't figured out stolen. there's no evidence of the breach of the systems that operation e-mail accounts. instead the information was likely stolen through malware. first response has developed a new high-tech pregnancy test. it uses bluetooth to connect to an app. when you first sign up, you'll answer a few questions about whether you want to get pregnancy or not. your responses determine how you get results. the app will provide suggestions for remaining calm while you wait for results and education plain possible next steps after you find out. sean: cut down on sugar and salt. that's according to a
administration. the suggestions say you should limit the amount of added sugar in your diet to 10% of your daily calories. the cdc says 90% of americans consume too much salt. you don't need to yourself to two small eggs. you should be aware of your cholesterol intake. several ski areas are taking part of in a today. it is part of the nationwide effort for the moats ski and snow board lessons taught in a single day. at least eight mountains in new hampshire are offering a 10-10 deal. for $10 starting at 10:00 you get a level one lesson and a chance to be part of the history as well. we were up at wildcat mountain. it was simply gorgeous. the weather was perfect for skiing. erin: it was. kevin: you're welcome. erin: it was all due to you; right? kevin: no, no, no.
days. temperatures felt much warmer. now the clouds will be moving in after sunshine this morning. i think we still have partial sunshine for western and northern areas in to the afternoon. the farther south and east you go the quicker the clouds will be racing in off shore or on shore as the morning moves along. that sets up in to the afternoon the chance of a little bit of a patchy drizzle. by later tonight, as temperatures fall below the freezing mark, the drizzle could be in the form of patchy, freezing drizzle. those with a light east and northeasterly breeze will continue to work its way on shore. early sunshine for south eastern areas quickly giving way to clouds. then after that chance we have this to contend with which likely starts to edge in early on sunday. temperatures right near country. a few places still below zero. 25 on top of mt. milder air above. in clouds. again as i mention a
east and northeast flow. it will start to make its way on shore later this morning. inland sections farther removed. partial sunshine allowing temperatures to get up at 36. we'll be in the mid to upper 30's if south eastern areas. the chance of a little bit of drizzle later on this afternoon. as that continues to work its way in later on this evening, we'll see an overcast sky in most locations. and a little bit of patchy drizzle or a mixed shower. if you are headed out early tomorrow morning, pre8:00 or 9:00 a.m., there's the chance there's going to be a couple of slick spots tomorrow morning. from there, cloudy sky otherwise. the chance of a mixed point tomorrow. maybe a couple of flurries or snow showers up north. but the main push doesn't arrive until just after sunrise on sunday. the overcast sky lingers shower. here comes the rain. the rainfall will be possibility of strong
southeast. as this arrives, it may be just cold enough i specially in some of the lower valleys or in central and northern areas it may briefly start as a mix. as you'll notice here, it wins out as rainfall. we could see well over an inch of rainfall out of this before it pulls away later on sunday evening. winds will eventually turn to the northwest behind it. then the colder air will start to rush in as we work our way in to the first half of next week. high temperatures today in to the 30's for most. look for a chilly start and clouds increasing. south eastern areas and farther north through the afternoon. cans of a little bit of drizzle during the evening and overnight hours. there could be a mixed shower around tomorrow. hours. early mix on sunday goes to rain. it could be heavy sun afternoon and sunday night. could be some strong winds coming on shore gusting over 40 miles an hour. sean: so the landscape might look different come monday?
have an inch or two on the ground likely gets washed away. the areas with heavier snow pact, i don't think it is going to do much. erin: thank you. we start off with the top stories with ray brewer. ray: an autopsy planned today after a body was found in a fire in andover. firefighters were called to 189 kearsarge mountain road. an incident was reported as a propane explosion. they determined there had not been an explosion. there was a fire in a brush pile rather outside of the home. by the time emergency crews arrived on the scene, they say a man was already dead. erin: a woman is in the hospital with several serious injuries after she was struck by a car in manchester. police say of the woman was hit lars night near the entrance to the market basket on west auburn street. police in braintree are looking for the driver who stabbed another driver in an apparent road rage incident.
erin: actor and comedian, stephen frye, is providing a new video etiquette guide for tourists visiting new england. sean: the video will be offered this week. frye suggested visitors only need to know four things, brits love to talk about the weather, -- because it is always raininging -- the love of
is customary to cheer smashes. erin: i guess the line in the okay. beyonce is returning to the super bowl halftime show. sean: she will join cold play for the game on february 27th. beyonce headlined in she recently collaborated with cold play for the bands new album. remember it was her hair drier that knocked out the power
at stadium. wasn't the rumor? erin: yeah. bruno mars also? sean: that was the rumor. erin: we're just going to have everyone there. a student from nashua is headed to college football championship after winning a contest to get in front of the camera. sean: if your tv isn't big enough, try stacking them like legos. check out the new option
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." erin: good morning to you. it is friday, january the 8th. we're seeing some temperatures out there in the teens in many areas. we're going to look at your forecast for the weekend. sean: we're in the pattern where the car can't warm up fast kevin will talk weather in a moment. an autopsy will be conducted on the body of a man found dead. they will not release the name until the autopsy is complete. police in warner say an elderly woman found dead in the snow may have fell and hurt herself before she passed away. and a hearing is being
held today for a manchester man who is
he assaulted some officers. erin: so after a week of pretty cold temperatures, we're in for some rain this weekend. sean: it looks that way. as temperatures warm up with a wind, likely any sort of the mix will go over to rainfall. you'll notice quite a bit of cloudiness to the southeast. that will start making its way in there morning. quick developing clouds. farther west and north it may take
a good part of the day to two from early sun to clouds. temperatures in to the afternoon up in to the fairly light wind out there today. bad. again the precipitation chances are the issues for the weekend. erin: all right. we want to check the roads right now. kevin: for a look at the morning drive here, we're joined live by deb davidson. good friday morning, deb. deb: good friday morning, kevin and erin. as you are starting your early morning commute, all of the major roads are moving well and
with no incidents or delays to report on. 293 is a good ride. you are up to speed between exit five and the everett turnpike. we're not seeing any issues on 101, 111, and 95 is also a smooth ride in both directions along the seacoast. it is smooth saling the boston area. this report is brought to you by autofare. from the traffic network,
i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean: all right. thanks. chinas stocks rebounded after taking a major plunge on thursday, rattling global markets. erin: the shanghai composite index was up 2%. trading in chinese stocks was suspended after a key index plunged 7%. that raised a lot of concerns among investors here in the u.s. the dow lost nearly 400 points yesterday. more details on the stock market concerns coming up in a live report from the washington bureau.
back here at home an autopsy on the body of a man who was killed in the fire in andover. erin: the deadly fire broke out at a home on kearsarge mountain road shortly after noon yesterday. ray brewer live at the andover fire department. it was officially reported it involved an explosion. they don't think that's the case? ray: yeah. that's right. the call came in for reported propane explosion. they later determined. there was no explosion. the fire started in a brush pile outside of a home. now emergency crews quickly arrived on the scene. by the time they got there, they say the man was already dead. officials are not releasing his name until after an autopsy is completed today. the cause of the fire remains under investigation. but the state fire marshals office says this appears to be just a tragic accident and it is not considered
reporting live in andover, ray brewer, wmur news 9. erin: thank you. an explosion across the border in north andover, massachusetts left four people critically injured. that blast happened at dow chemical. hospital officials say four people were hurt. they suffered shrapnel and burn injuries. investigation. they do say the workers were handling a chemical at time that appears to have come in to contact with water or air, setting off the blast. >> what the patients had was blast injuries from the pressure of the explosion as well as the chemical on their bodies that they were exposed to. patients were washed with water for an extensive period of time to remove any contaminants that could be on their clothing or bodies. erin: this is not the first time the plant has dealt with an explosion. in 2013, a dow employee died after suffering severe burns and other injuries following an explosion inside the lab
sean: warner police say a woman found dead on bear pond road may have suffered an injury before she passed away. the body of 87-year-old allison robertson was discovered. it appears her car got stuck on a rock and she fell and hurt herself help. her body was found in the snow. it appears she had been laying there for a couple of days. >> i turned around got the lights on her. i realized it was an old lady. family. i would like to get in contact with them and give them my wishes and everything. let them know we were the ones that found her and she can rest in peace. sean: an autopsy is scheduled for today. erin: a manchester man is facing assaulted some officers. they were called to hanover street for a report of a man wearing a box cutter at people
search the suspect. 24-year-old ousman trawalley say he dropped it out of his sleeve and in to his hand and officers. he ended up punching and kicking them before he arrest. >> had the officer not taken the quick actions that he took and secured the item in his hand, one or two officers could have been stabbed or seriously injured. fortunately no one sustained serious injuries. erin: trawalley is being held without bail pending a hearing later on today. manchester police are searching for two women wanted in connection with an attempted robbery where a suspect was shot in the chest. 21-year-old julie lambert and 26-year-old amanda gurley were both in the car when the robbery attempt took place. the women are wanted on charges of conspiracy to commit robbery. police believe they still may be in the manchester area. erin: salem police came to the rescue of an injured owl. the department posted
facebook page saying an resident found the injured owl on the side of the road. officers say the bird is being treated at the wings of the dawn wildlife rehab center. erin: the jackpot for the powerball continues to climb. it is at $700 million. it works out to $428 million. that number is expected to grow. we asked some lottery players what they would do with all of the cash. >> i'm going to retire. that's what i'll do. >> i have nine great nieces and nephews. >> i've got plans. i've got plans. i'll be living some place very warm. i'll be living in a nice house. maybe in south america. maybe in the islands. lamborghini. got to have one of those. erin: that man has a will the of plans. this jackpot is setting a record for the largest powerball jackpot in history topping the
million. get your tickets while you can. sean: i just want a lamborghini with a nice house in a nice play. an unusual delivery for doctors in texas. >> no one could give ever. >> a grandmother recently gave birth to her own granddaughter. erin: sick of having cold toes in the winter? we're doing it tell you about some new smart shoes that can heat your feet. kevin: clouds moving in today and stick around for the weekend.
kevin: starting off your friday morning with clear skies across the area. temperatures in the single digits in the northern half. in the teens to lower 20's elsewhere. start, sunshine but adding clouds, quickest along the shoreline. starting to work their way inland and farther north. those clouds hang around for the weekend. the details of the precipitation chances coming with them ahead. sean: thanks. wall street is trying to recover after another major loss. most of it was prompted by concerns over china which shut down trading twice this week.
on the stock shock. how are things looking so far today? nikole: they are looking a little bit better. that's for sure, sean. china's markets were volatile again today. they did close up about 61 points. it follows a series of steep selloffs that forced them to suspend trading. it has taken a toll on global markets. it includes the concerns about china's economy which is the second largest in the world. >> its economy has been growing by gang busters until recent years. no the economy is slowing. markets are nervous because they think that china may be falling even more quickly than they originally thought. nikole: the dow has lost more than 900 points since the start of the new year marking its worst four-day start on record, sean.
concerns over china here? is this more going on? nikole: that expert that we spoke to, you know, told us that, of course, china is a big part of the equation here. there could be other factors like the fed recently raising interest rates. some investors concerned how high they could go and how much the fed could raise rates and also iting earning season. in the next couple of week, we'll be finding out how they are doing. back to you. sean: in washington. thank you. erin: a philadelphia police officer is recovering after being shot while sitting in the cruiser. the officer was ambush and had to undergo surgery overnight. he is expected to survive. authorities say the suspect fired a total of officer three times in the arm. he returned the fire and shot the suspect. suspect's condition. cancer is the leading cause of death in new hampshire. 21 other states government health statistics. nationwide heart disease
the american cancer society's annual report shows that the cancer death rate has fallen 23% since 1991. the heart disease death rate is dropping at a steeper pace. it predicts 600,000 people will die from cancer this year. sean: an israeli reporter was literally stabbed in the back when the demonstration of the stab proof vest went wrong. the reporter volunteered to be put on the vest and another person to stab him in the back. in an earlier demonstration, everything went smooth. later on the knife went through the west. the report suffered a surface wound. whatever, just a knife in my become. erin: my debate is
brewing in one -- in new york over one town's seal. it depredicts the founder in a friendly wrestling match with a local native american.
how whites gain report from the local indigenous people. offensive. they are asking it be changed. next week the town's people will get a chance to vote on a series of new images that could represent the town in the
future, but it is not legally binding. sean: a 54-year-old woman just gave birth to a baby. this was not the typical delivery. the woman gave birth to her own granddaughter. surrogate. the grandmother offered after the couple struggled to conceive. much. i didn't want to disappoint her. >> it takes a mountain of a woman. i think that's what tracy is as far as her spirit and strength. >> mom stepped in there. the family named the baby kelsey which is a combination of mom and grandmother's names, kelly and tracy.
bulls in chicago. brad stevens was not with the team. his former college players in indiana who has been battling cancer. in the first quarter, the bulls were down by three when derrick rose pulled up with a floater off of the glass. isaiah thomas scored 18 points. crowder finished with 17 points. celtics will play at memphis on sunday. sean: they have a winner in the camper contest. the winner will be heading for the college football national championship game. >> i can't wait. it is going to be fantastic. i can't wait to be in front of the camera. i love to entertain in front of a camera. i've always had a vision that my friends when they are grown up they have kids and spouses seeing me on tv on a weekday night on prime time. that's what i dream for. this opportunity is
>> that's 21-year-old cam rogers. he won an all expenses paid trip to arizona. it required students to use social media to rise to the top. rogers received support on twitter from ryan seacrest and other celebrities as well. he leaves this morning and will be in arizona until january 12th. how cool is that? erin: super awesome. he's well on his way. sean: a federal judge has ruled a monkey cannot be declared the copyright owner to the series of selfies the animal took. erin: what? sean: you remember this picture? erin: peta filed a lawsuit asking the court to let it represent the monkey. they wanted to administer all proceeds to benefit the 6-year-old monkey. the judge said the copyright because it is an animal and not a human. sean: remember "the bee movie"? court. a new type of television is catching a lot of
a new way to watch "daybreak." samsung debuted a tv that can be stacked like legos. they form one large tv unit. you can see the black lines between the displays there. a powerful processing pictures to whatever shape you create. i'm sorry, you don't see the black lines there. it is a total uniform screen. erin: interesting. another invention featured at the rho would be a hit in states like new hampshire. the smart shoes can warm your feet with just the touch of a smartphone app button. they tighten and losen without the person wearing them. the smart shoes can track your foot step and tell you how many calories that you are burning. they include a small headlight in each toe so you can see where you are walking in the dark. wow. the shoes of the future. kevin: does it make coffee? sean: it will soon. that's an option to get on it.
kevin: i'm waiting on that one. i'm right there first in line. sean: they can walk for you. kevin: of course 37 we start off with the weather headlines. temperatures in the 30's today. early sunshine gives way to clouds. it will be quickest to come on shore at shoreline. we go inland farther west and north it is going to take a few hours for you to see those clouds. under the thickest of the clouds by later this afternoon it could be a places. as temperatures continue to cool tonight and the clouds continue to increase and thicken, that drizzle likely will be in the form of some patchy, freezing drizzle. just scattered around. from there, there could be a mixed shower around at any point tomorrow. maybe a few snow flakes up north. then the next system that arrives here on sunday looks like it could be an early mix if it arrives. we're looking at rain and wind through the afternoon and evening. some of the rain is going to be heavy. there could be some spots over an inch, inch and a half of rain. you have to imagine with the icy coating over some of the snow right now.
is going to run off as opposed to melting the snow rather quickly. that's the cloudiness. this will all continue to come in on a very light east and northeastly breeze. it plays on as the clouds move in. these move in later on tonight. the combination along with the extra moisture could produce some patchy freeze the drizzle. temperatures in the teens to lower range of the 20's. seasonally chilly and fairly close to where we should be as far as average lows are concerned. we're looking at the clouds to continue to increase and thicken through the day from then farther north where you can see temperatures early this morning are down in to the single digits above and below zero. high temperatures today back in to the 30's. a lot of areas will be above freezing. another couple of hours streets. the secretary roads, the areas like the driveway and back porch that you haven't been able to chisel away due to the ice. you'll notice the temperatures with the clouds continuing to thicken up hold in the
then they start to slip back. a little bit of patchy form in the drizzle will go over to patchy freezing drizzle. if you are stepping out tomorrow pre-8:00 a.m., you'll want to see how the roadways are. a cloud-filled day tomorrow. temperaturing in the 30's. if this area of rain arrives early, there could be a mix initially. especially in central and northern areas. it goes over to all rain sunday afternoon and sunday night wednesday then the winds turn to the northwest dragging down colder air. nothing as cold as what we just contended with. temperatures in to the 30's. sunshine to clouds from east to west. there could be some patchy drizzle later on or freeze the drizzle or a couple of mixed showers early tomorrow morning. stray mix shower with mostly cloudy skies
to the 40's. we could see a few lower 50's for a time late in the day on sunday or sunday evening. we're going to quickly cool off as winds turn to the northwest. maybe a few snow showers up not mountains. neighbor a couple more by wednesday. there will be a storm that will be located well off shore, but it could provide some snow showers. erin: we'll stay tuned for that. a highly anticipated event at snhu in manchester tomorrow. the 2016 first robotics competition. more than 75,000 high school students from around the world are taking part. at the kickoff, they will receive their kit of parts and will have six weeks to design and build the robot. sean: eventually they will come back and do competitions.
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sean: archaeologist have discovered two ship in the arctic. noah -- noaa says with less ice, they can go farther than before. they discovered them about 144 years after they and others sank off of the northern coast of alaska. they are believed to have been the remains in 1871. i can't believe the conditions they faced. erin: it is. china is the last market to see the new star wars movie. the wait is almost over. sean: the movie will hit theaters there tomorrow. there's a new music video honoring the film. kevin: disney enlisted the help of a chinese pop star for the new star wars-themed song called "the inner force." it received more than eight million hits in the first eight hours of release. sean: good marketing.
as well. kevin: do you want to demonstrate? sean: i was going to ask you. you are the dancing jedi master. kevin: come on. sean: maybe later. erin: local reports are participating trying to set a new record for the most ski lessons taught in one day. ray: an autopsy planned today after a body is discovered following a fire in andover. what officially brought firefighters to the scene. sean: we'll tell you about an app that will let you think about thing whens you are waiting for the pregnancy test results. erin: looking for a great