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>> absolutely. and we want to remind you folks we'll be crazy with weather. we'll have a lot more on "gma" with reporters across the countr >> stay home. stay home. stay home. sean: now on "daybreak" that is the message for millions of people across the mid atlantic region as a major winter storm bears down on the area. the weather is causing problems for travelers, even here in new hampshire. hayley: tracking the latest path and if it is this weekend. the full forecast ahead. erin: at last big mess to clean up in manchester after a car careened off of the road and crashed in to a cemetery. sean: should voters in new
in the granite state? a proposal is once again moving forward in concord. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. wmur "news 9 daybreak." erin: all right. good morning. it is friday. thanks for waking up with us. sean: heading in to the weekend. looks like we're going to watch the storms from the sidelines. it changed the track? hayley: just slightly. accumulation. really i'm talking about about the timing of the storm. if we get any flurries it will be saturday afternoon in to the evening. sunday this thing is going to be long gone. it is definitely cold. teens across the area. the winds have been rerentless. gusts up near 30 miles per hour. that's resulting in chills.
you should dress for. a few clouds north. sunshine to be expected. and then all eyes on that big system. look at that thing. nasty. moving closer and closer to the mid atlantic. for the school day forecast we'll mix the sun and clouds today. chilly temperatures and wind gusts which will make it feel colder. for a look at morning drive here in the granite state, we're joined live by deb davidson. good morning, deb. deb: good morning. if you are beginning your early morning commute, the bright moon and dry roads are making a pleasant ride. especially north of the notch down to the stateline. we're not seeing any delays at the construction zone at exit four and between exit five at the everett turnpike. that is moving well. 101, 111, and the spaulding turnpike are hassle free at this time. this report is brought
i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: all right. thank you. several states plus the district of columbia are under a state of emergency this morning as a powerful winter storm bears down on the mid atlantic. sean: blizzard conditions are expected from this. the director of the national weather service says the storm could cause more than $1 billion in damage. we are in new york city. the snow should start falling later today. reporter: this morning one last mid dash to prepare for a potentially historic blizzard. outside of costco in virginia lines to get in and lines to check out as stores try to keep up with the demand. >> d.c. is not ready for this kind of weather. reporter: the same scene as the trader joe's super market in the nation's capitol. forced to limit customers to ten at a time. shelves are water are now empty. snow shovels are disappearing just as fast. >> we're down to our
which is like three or four. : the federal government. it announced it would be closing at noon ahead of the epic winter storm. d.c.'s public transportation will be closing later today too. >> we're seeing everything line up for a major storm system affecting the eastern third of the country and affecting 50 million people. reporter: at reagan national airport, deicers are on standby as they offer passengers waivers to rebook the flights. for those staying home, like ryan williams in philadelphia, one last stop before the snow arrives. >> well, i already hit the grocery store. honestly when we're being truthful the most important thing is wine and whiskey. reporter: there's no doubt washington will be hit the hardest with more than two feet of snow expected to fall during the storm. a state of emergency has already been declared
five states have also followed suit. ann news, new york. erin: even though the storm isn't going to hit new hampshire, it is causing problems for people traveling. this is a live look at the departure board at the airport in manchester. you can see some flights are canceled already. ray brewer is live at the airport for us this morning. ray: that's right. even if you are planning to travel by plane, train, car, bus, you might need to rethink those plans. especially by plane. if your plans call for you to head south, airlines are canceled thousands of flights. many, many more expected over the next couple of days. that's having a big impact at the operations at the manchester regional boston airport. even though conditions here are fine other hubs will be all but shut down. we caught up with people from new york who say it
>> going from the is it to laguardia, the normal 25 or 30 minutes was like an hour and 15 traffic. >> it was really crowded. we heard one announcement where they were offering $900 back with a hotel for volunteers to get off one of the flights to charlotte. ray: many airlines offering waivers for changing travel plans. if your plans call for you to fly, we recommend you check with your airline to make sure the flight is still going. live in manchester, ray brewer,wmur news 9. sean: thanks. chris christie is defending his decision to remain in new hampshire through the weekend to campaign instead of returning to the garden state where more than 12 counties are under a blizzard watch. >> if i feel like it is necessary for me to get down there, i will. i'm not driving a plow truck. we've been through
this cabinet. six or eight, ten, 12 inches of snow on a weekend will not be something that i think will be more than we can handle. sean: to track all of the candidates spending time in new hampshire and find out where they will be. you can check out the candidate tracker of wmur.com. the state senate has one again passed a bill to require a 30-day residency for voting. maggie hassan vetoed a similar bill. 22 other states have requirements. reporters say it would cut down in student fraud, but others say it could prevent students from voting. erin: a crash in manchester late last night. a man was driving east on goffstown road when he went off of the road bit mausoleum and crashed through the fence. the car took out five
damaged or toppled four head stones. the driver was not hurt. right now no charges have been filed. a gnu part man is now charge with arson in connection with a fire in newport in november of 2013. 32-year-old anthony lantas was indicted by a grand jury. he was charged with burglarizing the home that he is accused of setting on fire. another man, frank magistro is serving time for his role in the case. they are looking for a man scene robbing the 7 eleven store. the clerk was sweeping the floor when the man grabbed him. after emptying both
sean: they are requiring a bill that would require gun owners to have liability insurance. they took a first look. opponents say the law could create a number of unintended consequences beyond what they see as an infringement on second amendment rights. supporters say it would keep guns out of hands of dangerous people. >> the idea is a relatively new idea. it has not been done in other states. new hampshire has led the way a number of times. sean: critics say the added burden of insurance would make it harder for low-income people to own guns. erin: still to come, a bedford senior is one of the west in the state and country. now he has his sight set on a new uniform. sean: it seems more and more people are trying to bring guns with them when they fly. new numbers show a frightening surge. erin: two new hampshire men are
hayley: good friday morning. it is 5:11. maybe some solar issues because it will be bright and sunny. temperatures in the 20's today. erin: this week's hometown hero hopes to serve his country after high school. sean: bobby heald is a senior. he won the division ii title at 220 pounds. as a junior at won the division at 285 pounds. he took on the top honors and finished eighth in virginia beach at national championships. >> i would say it is my speed
for a big guy. you don't usually see big guys with a lot of speed. i try to use it to my advantage. technique is important. i think it is something i've improved. it is really an
good technique in this support. sean: the 17-year-old hopes to receive an acceptance letter from west pointe. he would like to continue
his wrestling career in college. erin: mathematicians have discovered a new prime number, it is only divisionable by one and itself. it is 22.3 million digits long and requires about six pages of paper researchers say many prime numbers are used for cryptography. this number is too large for the burp. yeah. a new number. sean: i wish i could find that number on my paycheck. right now it is 13 minutes past 5:00. an important recall warning. a problem with dozens of these infant car seats. erin: the conditions on the
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sean: it seams to tsa agents are very busy. the agency says it found more than 2,600 firearms at security check points last year, up 20% from the previous record. more than 72% of those guns were loaded. dallas-fort worth saw the most guns. two were discovered at security here in manchester. erin: a heads up for parents of young children this morning. britax child safety is recalling more than 7,100b-safe infant car seats because the carrying handles can break. they were made between october 2014 and july of 2015. britax says it has received 74 complaints about the handle's cracking or breaking. one child suffered a minor injury. they will get a repeat
news for fans of sriracha, you can now get the spicy condiment in a single serving packet. it has been available since 1980. until now only in the big bottles. sean: two local ski areas are offering a special deal this weekend as a way to show appreciation to members of the military. all active veteran and retired servicemen and women
can ski. family members can get discounted lift tickets as well. tomorrow afternoon. once the blizzard passes through washington, d.c., they will not enforce a law that bans sledding on capitol grounds. that means kids will be allowed to bring their sleds and take advantage of the giant hill there. however the amount of sledding could be conditions. the conditions are expected to be pretty deep snow. erin: it might be the only way to get around. hayley: they are going
for a while. i'm thinking upwards of two feet. the only problem would be the winds. that might blow it out around. it is going to be a historic storm for them. similar to what we had at the end of january last year. this one. want it. others who don't want to rejoicing. it is going to miss us to the south. here's a live look at dublin. clear skies. it
is very pretty with the moon. very bright at the moment. in claremont, same thing is true. you won't have any issues driving in to work this among. it certainly feels cold. look at these temperatures. we're in the double digits everywhere. 17 degrees in concord. 18 in manchester. 19 now in nashua. problem is we have some wind gusts overnight that have been going all throughout the overnight and even this morning. some of the wind gusts
to 30 miles per hour. we had one just a moment ago in ply mouther. now the most recent at 25 miles per hour. at the airport in concord. when you have wind gusts like this out of the north, northwest, it just really bites in to you. it makes it feel so much bitterly cold. with the wind this is how it feels. two degrees in laconia and plymouth. three in whitefield. only four in manchester. be prepared to be cold winds throughout the morning hours here. looking at future wind gusts, it does look like once we get to about noontime and beyond the wind gusts should diminish. we shouldn't have constant wind gusts up near 20 to 30 miles per hour. it is going to be sporadic gusts. a few clouds from tilton, plymouth, points to the north and upper valley. for central and southern new hampshire, we're enjoying the sunshine or at least will once it comes up. here's a big storm.
on the southern end, there's actually tornado warnings and severe thunderstorms warnings getting in to the panhandle of florida there. over the next few hours it is going to make a beeline toward washington, d.c. it has been a battle for us at least between the high pressure that we have on top of us and the low pressure. for us the high pressure is going to win the battle and keep the system to the south. but there are blizzard warnings posted for washington, d.c. there and even extending up close to new york city. up to two feet in washington, d.c. and close to a foot in new york city. we are missing out certainly on the brunt of this. of it. so if you have any travel plans, washington, d.c., new york city, it comes to a halt later on tonight. by 6:00 tomorrow morning it is in new york. then watch out close it creeps so close to boston and so close to the southern border by about 3:00 or 4:00 tomorrow afternoon. there may be a few flurries in southern new hampshire. it is gone by early sunday. maybe a dusting to an
southern communities tomorrow. that should be about it. today temperatures in the 20's. it would be a great ski weekend. i know the skiers would have love to have had the two neat of snow. it is not happening. mix of sun and clouds. then we moderate a bit. look at that, close to 40 degrees next week. it is a swing and a miss on this storm. efferent a lot of people that love the snow sports are hoping for some snow. sean: no doubt about it. the trails need some snow. erin: we want to check our top stories with ray brewer. he's reporting from the airport. ray: even though the major blizzard will miss new hampshire, it is still happening an impact here. airlines have canceled thousands of flights and many, many more are expected over the next couple of days. that's having a big impact on operations here at manchester-boston regional airport. even though conditions here are fine, other major hubs will likely
erin: a car crashed in to the mt. calgary cemetery inman chester last night causing a big mess. a man went off of the side of goffstown road and took out five sections of fence and four head stones. a newport man is charged with arson in connection with a fire in november of 2014. 32-year-old anthony lantas was indicted by a grand jury. sean: coming up this morning, the hospital can be scary for kids; right? patients in new york are
sean: bobby lenahan created ten iv hero designs. they are paper sleeves that make iv bags look like super hero. two dozen hospitals in new york will soon start using the products. all of the kids that use them say the heros help them feel better. erin: that's great. a coffee shop in sturgis, south dakota has become a -- sean: listen to this. someone started to pay it forward. that's when the chain was started. more than 3,600 people in a row have now paid it forward. they are still counting with no one yet taking advantage of an actual free coffee. erin: that's amazing. sean: unbelievable. erin: that's really great. there are some fancy new footballs this morning. don't expect them on the
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>> nobody covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak". sean: welcome back, everybody. good morning. it is finally friday. january 22nd. a live look in portsmouth. not too bad this morning. 16 degrees. it is going to be another cold day. erin: yes, it will be. the latest on the storm that's going to hit some parts of the country after the top stories. the big blizzard that's hitting state to the south today are causing some travel headaches. some airlines started canceling flights rats the manchester-boston regional airport. conway police
are asking for the public's help in minding a man who they believe stabbed another man in the neck and abdomen.
hampshire are people accused of violent home invasion in maine. sean: safe to say i don't need my snow blower. hayley: i don't know. it has to happen at some point. look at the storm. it is really getting going here and becoming a big storm eventually causing blizzard conditions in places like
washington, d.c., baltimore, even philadelphia over the next 24 hours or so. for us though it is just cold and sunny. hey, we'll take that; right? 17 degrees in concord. 18 in manchester. i know the snow lovers would love to have the heavy dumping. it is not happening with this storm. it is still feeling mighty cold especially with the wind factored in. it feels more like the single digits. here's what you can expect today. a mix of sun and clouds. temperatures climbing to where we were yesterday maybe a degree or two warmer in the mid to upper 20's. the winds will finally slowly diminish a little bit.
been making it feel all the worse. sean: it's been cold. at least the snow we have isn't going anywhere. let's check out the roads this morning. this is a live look at i-93 from the common man in windham. erin:
we're joined live by deb davidson. good morning, deb. deb: good morning, hayley and sean. it is a good start to your friday morning commute. all major roads in the state of new hampshire are incident free and moving well. if you are commuting on 93 south, no delays from north of the notch down to the state line. it looks good as well as through the hookset tolls and at the split. 101 eastbound is moving well as you heading out to the coast. 95 is okay. keep in mind the left construction between exit two and one. you need to stay to the stretch. this report is brought to you by autofair. from the traffic
davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: people along the east coast are embracing for a winter storm. sean: it is expected to hit some states like washington, d.c. that could get record amounts of snow. the federal government will be closing its offices at noon today. nikole killion is in because with a closer look at preparations. reporter: things are quiet now. in a few hours they are going downhill with the nation's capitol under a blizzard warning. after an inch of snow crippled the commute. >> it usually takes me about 20 to 25 minutes. i've been on the road close to five hours now. reporter: washington is bracing for two feet or more. >> i'm dollarring a state of emergency for the district of columbia. reporter: the nation's capitol shutting down from mass transit to the federal government, even the president who had a slippery ride wednesday preparing to hunker down. >> my guess is the president will stay warm and toasty here inside the white house. reporter: the national
more than 50 million people will be affected not only by significant snow along the east coast but ice and freezing rain that's expected from kentucky to the carolinas. >> the cold temperatures and strong winds -- we expect the winds will be very strong with this storm system, especially along the i-95 corridor, will add to the impacts. reporter: in preparation, thousands of flights are being canceled. folks are stocking up to keep warm. >> honestly when we're being truthful the most important thing is wine and whiskey. reporter: the storm could take a toll financially. damage could top $1 billion or more. sean: all right. thanks. airlines in the path of the storm are preparing for mass cancellations later today and storm. erin: ray brewer joins us now at the manchester boston regional airport. there's a ripple effect; right, ray? ray: that's right. even though it is staying to the south of
including here at the manchester-boston regional airport, have already started canceling flights. by thursday night, just a few cancellations for flights departing the manchester-boston regional airport today. airlines expect planes to be grounded in the storm zone from this afternoon through saturday. travelers arriving home to new hampshire from new york say there was no calm before the storm getting out of the city. >> going from the city to laguardia with everybody going to the airport, the normal 25-30 minutes was like an hour and 15 minutes with the traffic and everybody getting there. it was quite crowded. >> it was really crowded. we heard one announcement where they were offering $900 back with a hotel for volunteers to get off one of the flights to charlotte. ray: at the annual travel expo were travelers are relieved it is staying south of new hampshire. >> wonderful. >> i'm very happy about it.
in the next few day, airlines are offering waivers and suggest you be proactive in shifting your schedule. >> the best advice is we're lucky it is not coming to boston. it is going to be affecting, you know, the pattern all the way down the east coast to try to get out earlier. ray: it could take days for the airlines to get all of their flights back on track. the good news is that saturday is the slowest traveled day of the week. that still means some 22,000 flights will be impacted. manchester-boston regional airport, ray erin: thank you. conway police are asking for your help in tracking down a man wanted in connection with
a tabbing. suspect. he's considered armed it happened yesterday the 24-year-old victim was stabbed in the neck and abdomen. his injuries are not life threatening.
among four people accused of holding a family at gun point. police arrested xavier watson and vincent casazza of newmarket and two men on charges including robbery. it happened last friday. five victims reported that four masked men entered the home with long guns and pistols and stole several items, including
guns, money, and medical marijuana. watson is accused of sexually assaulting one of the victims. the victims were able to identify the suspects when they removed their masks while in the home. erin: a search is under way for two people wanted in connection with a beating and robbery in somersworth. they are looking for joel leary and another man who is not yet identified. felicia smart and edward dorr have been arrested. the victim responded to an online ad to meet a woman. he went to an apartment on main street where smart was waiting for him. dorr, leary, and a third
the victim leaving with facial injuries. it is believed there may be other victims who have chosen to remain quiet. >> probably an embarrassment issue. we are asking if anybody has been involved and a victim of this type of thing in the seacoast to please give us a call. especially 23 they recognize any of these individuals. erin: prosecutors claim they have evidence that edward dorr was robbing the things posting online ads were things they did to support themselves. erin: julie shine has pleaed guilty. her husband, william, tried to sell the 14-year-old girl to a man to sexually assault her not knowing he was an undercover police
erin: a number of candidates hitting the trail today including john kasich, chris christie, rand paul, jeb bush, and jim gilmore. on the democratic side bernie sanners, martin o'malley, and hillary clinton will all be here today. learn more about their stops by checking out the candidate tracker in the politics section at wmur.com. sean: attention hunters, the 2016 moose lottery is now open. those who want to participate have through lottery. the cost is $15 for new hampshire resident and $25 for out of staters. the exact number of permits that will be offered has yet to be determined in this. the nine day moose hunt begins on october 15th. erin: coming up, a couple in massachusetts pleading for help after someone broke in to their apartment and stole their beloved dogs. canada.
hayley: good morning. a live look in concord. a chilly start for all of us. especially when you consider the winds are still gusting upwards of 20 miles per hour. the wind chills in the single digits. here's a look at forecast today once the sun comes up. we'll have bright sunshine through the day and a few passing clouds. still breezy with the high temperatures getting in to the mid to upper 20's. more on the weekend's forecast coming up. erin: we're following a developing story out of north korea. the country announced it arrested an american student for alleged anti-state attacks rather. sean: a local news agency says the student enters as a tourist and plotted to undermine the north system. it claims the student has linked to the u.s. government. erin: a 1-year-old boy is in state custody after he was revived with a drug that's typically used for heroin overdoses. last week paramedics
found the baby on a verge of going in to cardiac arrest. they gave him narcan. he is expected to be okay. they think a heart medication found in the apartment made the baby sick. a neighbor say state officials have had contact with the family before. >> she doesn't hit the baby or nothing. he never did any of that. she just didn't pay any attention to him. erin: police say it is the same apartment where a 2-year-old girl died in september. they are now looking for any connection between the two incidents. sean: china's food and drug administration says it discovered that opium poppies were being used as illegal seasoning in 35 students. five of them are being prosecuted. the 30 others which include dumpling and noodle shops, are being investigated. they were seasoning with the powder. it is not clear if the
customer. erin: a massachusetts couple is asking for help after a dog napper was caught on camera stealing their beloved pets. olga spivak and her husband say they broke in and stole jewelry, including the couples most prized possessions, a pair of pomeranians named caesar and cleopatra. they said there was a security image that looked like it was a small dog walking down the street. >> this person was a horrible monster. he broke our hearts and took part of our family. erin: the spivaks are pleading with the thief to bring their dogs back no questions asked. in case that doesn't happen, they are offering for a reward for the safe return of their pets. sean: a driver is facing charges after he was caught driving a car almost covered in snow. only a small portion of the drive's side wind
it was given a 110 ticket and charged with an obstructed view. he was too old and weak to brush it off. the officer cleared it for him and let him on his way. erin: the bruins skated on their home ice against the vancouver canucks. the canucks scored first. late in the second period the bruins were able to tie it up. boston was down by one goal in the third, and they tied it up again. but the canucks added an empty nether and went on to win this one 4-2. sean: there was a little football game going on this weekend. the patriots are gearing up for the afc championship game. the only way to tackle rob gronkowski is to go low and hit him and take him out at the knees, which we can expect to see from the broncos on sunday. >> i mean y'all asked me a simple question. how do you tackle a 6'6", 250 pound a tight end.
tackle him is hit him in the legs. >> that's part of the game. i've seen it all year and my whole career. i've got to get low and get my shoulder down and protect the ball and just protect myself in any way when i see a lot of guys coming or when i know there's not a chance to make that many yards just go down on the play. >> gronk is a character. he's one of the funniest dudes. i used to go over and chill with him. he's a good guy. real good. exactly how he is on commercials and everything, that's how he is in real life. funny. sean: i don't think he will be that friendly on sunday. erin: he's going to take down his friend. sean: it begins in denver. the cardinals are take on the panthers at 6:40. erin: this is cool. america's council of fashion designers has released the round of footballs as part of the fundraiser for the nfl foundation. auctioned off. you are not going to find many people
there are a few other versions sporting flowers and a day of the dead football and even a lego tribute. sean: yeah. that's neat. erin: to super bowl l. very cool. i love the creativity. sean: i was invited to the american fashion council. i didn't have time to do it. i like the footballs. hayley: too bad. you probably would have designed the spikey one. this is a big game. a big weekend on sunday coming up. weather does not look like it will be a factor in denver, which is a good thing. temperatures will be pretty mild with highs there getting in to the mid 40's by game time. so it will be cloudy and at least dry for much of the game with those mild temperatures. all right. we could take that 44, couldn't we? this morning it feeling mighty cold, doesn't it? 17 in concord. 18 in manchester. there are some single digits readings when you get up in the great north woods and places
whitefield at 11. we have 15 in lebanon. 12 degrees in keene, jaffrey, about 14. the issue is the winds are continuing to be gusty and maybe you heard it in the middle of the night whistling around the house. the wind gusts have been getting up as high as 30 miles per hour. the latest gusts hit the airport in concord 25 miles per hour. when you factor in the northwest winds are continuously gusting and bringing down the colder air, it feels much more brisk. wind chills across the state are in the single digits. be prepared for that when you are stepping out this morning or for kids waiting at the bus stop this morning as well. north. north of tilton and the lakes region. otherwise it is going to be bright and sunny today. then all eyes go to the south eastern part of the u.s. as this major storm starts to form. it already has brought damaging winds and even tornado watches and warnings to parts of the southeast.
you see, is just starting to get going with the snow really blossoming. it is going to be a major storm system for in the pink area in talking a foot of snow and then on top of it ice up to a half an inch. so this is an nasty system. it will also come with a lot of wind. for us we're just by. on saturday afternoon and saturday evening we may get some light snow in far southern communities. that's going to be about it as the system slides off towards the north and east. here's the timing of it all. look up here over us. we're still enjoying the sunshine today. this is 2:00. it is just starting to washington, d.c. by early storm morning it arrives in new york city. travel delays galore new york city. it arrives in
about mid afternoon. look at that. it creeps so close to the new hampshire state line. we may get a little bit of snow in southern communities like nashua, keene, plaistow, salem, and in to portsmouth. it is gone on sunday morning. we're back to sunshine. any accumulation will be very light if anything in the southern communities on saturday afternoon and saturday evening. for today temperatures in the 20's and sunny and cold. a bit chilly with the winds. that will be creeping up to about five to 15 miles per hour in the afternoon. highs in the teens and low 20's up in the northern part of the state. a great looking weekend for skiers. temperatures warm up by sunday getting up close to 30 degrees with sunshine. a few mountains snow showers on monday. it looks quiet and temperatures milder. temperatures approaching 40 degrees. erin: very cool. the sixth annual nansen
gets underway today. it features a sled dog race, ski competition, ice skating, and broomball as well. for more information, head to skinansen.com. sean: good weather. an iraq war veteran is not letting the snow get in the way of his wheelchair. justin anderson attached a plow. he says the chair has an on the fly tilt. he can adjust the height of the blade. he's planning to add more winter modifications to his snowplow wheelchair. they say necessity is the mother of invention. there it is right there. erin: that's wonderful. he's able to get a special instrument is jewelry fair. how many the blinged out guitar is worth. morning. check out the beautiful scene. the picture taken at the
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sean: a barber in new york has been recognized by guiness as the older barber in the world. anthony mance -- mance mancinelli is 104. he works five days a week, if you can believe that. he drives, lives alone, and cuts his own hair. he doesn't look that old to me. he's still going. hayley: it is amazing. sean: they say stay busy when you get old. it keeps you sharp. erin: special guitars at the international jewelry fair in tokyo. it features 10,000 diamonds. it also has a lot of gold as well. hayley: that looks cool. it took 68 designers to
piece. it was certified as the world's most valuable guitar. it is worth $2 million. erin: what would you play? sean: stairway to heaven and then smash it on stage. right through the amp. coming up, an unusual crash. police are assessing the damage after the car crashed in to a cemetery. nikole: we're on blizzard watch in washington. the latest predictions coming up. ray: even though the blizzard is going to miss new hampshire, it