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sean: >> i would be mortified if i had learned that someone died because we did not have narcan. erin: school officials in nashua say they are being proactive. narcan will soon be available at city schools. sean: a former businessman has been convicted of lou ring a woman to his hotel room -- luring a woman to his hotel room . kevin: we will tell you how long the milder temperatures last as we look ahead. erin: it is almost time to start
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donald trump raised a few eyebrows in new hampshire last night. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 daybreak. erin: good morning, new hampshire. i' m erin fehlau. sean: i' m sean mcdonald. i was hanging around lake winnipesaukee yesterday. there is still a lot of water. first-hand report. it was a beautiful day yesterday. kevin: since we are a month removed from the shortest daylight hours, the sun angle has started to creep up a bit and becomes more of a factor. we are in the teens to mid 20' s. most showers are in the north country this morning. maybe a passing rain shower for southern areas. highs later this afternoon going into the low and mid 40'
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most locations. let' s take a look at your morning ride. we are joined live by 95.7 wzid' s deb davidson. good tuesday morning. deb: good tuesday morning, kevin. we do have continuing road construction in both directions on 293 between exit 5 and the everett turnpike. if you are commuting out onto the everett turnpike, it looks great between the bedford toll' s and down into nashua. 111 and 101 are moving well from west to east across to the state. from the wzid traffic network, i' m deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: thank you. as a sign of how serious the drug crisis has become, narcan will be available at schools in nashua. sean: the school board voted
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in the city with the drug that is used to reverse the effects of opioid overdoses. good morning, ray. ray: good morning. the school superintendent telling us that principles and nurses -- principals and nurses will be trained in how to administer the nasal version of narcan. the school board voted 8-1. the superintendent said he is not aware of any overdose cases, but that it is about being proactive. he said they are also thinking about staff members and parents who may be on school grounds. >> we felt that it was one more tool that could be available in the hopefully unlikely instance that we might ever have an overdose. ray: before narcan is sexually available, the committee will
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the committee will review the policies. reporting live, ray brewer. erin: investigators think the same man may be responsible for robberies in concord and goffstown. the clerk at the concord mart was hurt trying to fight off a robber armed with a knife. a man with a similar description also robbed the citizens bank in goffstown. the man is missing some of his front teeth and wore the same hooded jacket. sean: the jury in dover deliberated for about an hour before finding a former businessman guilty of kidnapping. 63-year-old thomas minchiello was expressionless as the verdict was read. the former massachusetts businessman used a false name when he met the 23-year-old
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interview to get her to his hotel. he asked the woman to shower, change, and conducted a physical exam. he faces up to seven years in prison. erin: a new report says a navy seal from bedford who died in a parachute accident likely passed out during the jump. a newspaper says the investigation into blake marston' s death found that he should not have been on the plane at all because of a discrepancy over whether one of his certifications was up-to-date. he was supposed to open his parachute five seconds into the jump, but that did not happen and he lost consciousness after 15 seconds. a driver of a bus in warwick, rhode island may have suffered a medical emergency before driving into an auto parts store. none of the injuries are life-threatening. the bus and it up inside the
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in. sean: we are now less than a week until the iowa caucuses. the presidential hopefuls are focusing their efforts on the hawket ye state. the three leading democrats each spoke at a town hall in des moines. lana: the countdown to the iowa caucuses is now being measured in hours. >> 171 hours. that is how long we have until the iowa caucuses. 171 hours. lana: ted cruz seeing his poll numbers slipped in recent days urged voters to turn out. >> it is now or never. lana: ted cruz told supporters -- donald trump told supporters that ted cruz supporters should vote for someone in canada.
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lana: speaking of truth. on the democratic side, bernie sanders said what politicians usually will not. >> we will raise taxes, yes, we will. we are also going to eliminate private health insurance premiums for individuals and for businesses. lana: hillary clinton also campaigning on health care. >> when i worked on health care in 1993 and 1994, i was trying to get us to universal health care coverage. lana: just one republican debate remains before the iowa caucuses. donald trump may boycott the debate if megyn kelly is allowed to participate. lana zak, abc news. sean: republican john kasich is the only candidate with events
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this comes one day after the ohio governor picked up the endorsement of "the boston globe " for the new hampshire primary. they say he is the republican with the best chance to be successful on the national stage. donald trump is taking a stand for eminent domain. speaking at farmington high school last night, he embraced one of the most contentious issues in new hampshire related to projects like the candor morgan pipeline. -- kinder morgan pipeline. while he says he does not love eminent domain, he described it as essential. >> you couldn' t have a pipeline, a road, anything -- i' m being attacked about eminent domain. give me a break. sean: he will be in new hampshire on friday for a town hall in nashua. erin: still ahead, finding a job after college can be tough, but one local school has a special
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sean: mcdonald' s is bouncing back and company leaders say there is one thing in particular that customers seem to be loving. erin: a frightening and painful accident. able borrow man is recovering -- a man is recovering after a
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bargain of america is if you work hard, and you do your part, you should be able to get ahead and stay ahead. but so many families don't feel that's not the way america is supposed to operate. i want to go to bat for them every single day. get incomes rising... get equal pay for women... cut the cost of health caret and child care so people canr actually get ahead. hillary clinton, she has what it takes to get things done. i'm hillary clinton and i
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kevin: it is tuesday morning, january 26. we start out with partly cloudy skies across the area. there may be a passing shower for southern areas into the afternoon. highs today in the low and mid 40' s. the details on the rest of your week coming up. erin: the volatility on the world markets continue this morning. sean: stocks in asia are down. that is driving futures on wall street down today.
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lost 200 points. erin: revere university -- rivier university is promising students they will find a job within nine months of graduation. if they don' t come of the school will help to pay federally subsidized to do in loans up to a year or offer up to six masters degree courses for free. it is the only school in new hampshire to offer the program. crews are getting ready to remove 30 acres of trees along the runway at the lebanon municipal airport. officials say the trees could be dangerous for trees taking off or landing. neighbors are worried noise levels will go up without the trees as a buffer. the trees should be gone by march. sean: poll foods is recalling 74,000 pounds of frozen pizzas -- whole foods is recalling
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the label says the pizza contains the pepperoni, but is actually bore -- beef pepperoni, but it is actually pork pepperoni. mcdonald' s is loving breakfast all day long. sales are up nearly 6% over the last three months of last year after all day breakfast was rolled out in october. sales were also up around the world. breakfast anytime of day. it' s a hit, right? erin: coming up, the blizzard shutdown a lot of things on the east coast over the weekend. it seems the storms were great news for entertainment. sean: this may seem like an average wrestling match, but it
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and even the loser here's the truth -- some have proposed to cut social security for the elderly and disabled vets. i disagree. in fact, not only should we not cut benefits -- we should expand them. my plan for social security increases benefits and cost of living adjustments and raises minimum payments for low-income seniors. it will ensure that all seniors can retire with dignity and respect. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. announcer: where do you line up with john kasich on the issues? take the kasich quiz! forced obamacare expansion in ohio. voted for massive defense cuts
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closed pease air force base, which cost thousands of local jobs. even had the worst rating on spending of any governor in the country - republican or democrat. john kasich - wrong on new hampshire issues. right to rise usa is responsible
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sean: the migrant and refugee crisis is starting to create secondary issues. the island of less boasts -- lesbos is one of the busiest places. the vast majority of migrants are leaving lifejackets on the beaches, creatg huge piles of waste. erin: a wrestling champion in massachusetts is no longer undefeated after helping another wrestler' s wish come true. andy howland has special needs. he challenged top ranked deven shooco to a match over the weekend. he ended up winning. shooco said he was surprised by his moves. sean: how cool is that? the pond hockey classic is set to face off in meredith. but because of the warm start to
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ice on lake winnipesaukee. the tournament will be played on lake waukewan. right now, the meredith rotary ice fishing derby is still on for valentine' s day weekend. the ice is starting to fill in on many local lakes or ponds. there is also open water in some areas. you need to be careful. it seems that the blizzard over the weekend was great for business at least for certain things. comcast says it set a record for the number of customers using on-demand at the same time. it was up more than 50% in places like baltimore, d.c., and philadelphia. it seems a lot of people were looking for love. dating app use doubled in new york city over the weekend. [laughter] sean: it tripled in philadelphia. the city of brotherly love. [laughter] erin: you are looking for love.
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hang out during the blizzard. sean: we are going to start hearing about the blizzard babies. kevin: i bet the ratings for the football games over the weekend were through the roof. we start up early this morning fairly quiet out there. temperatures are in the teens to mid 20' s. we are a solid 15 degrees above normal this time of year. we are still 4.5 degrees above normal for the month of january. we are looking like we are only going to jump above that over the next several days. we have a fairly quick moving pattern which keeps the coldest of the arctic air locked up in canada for the type being -- time being. temperatures go from 38 to 46 this afternoon. we have a breeze that will dry us out tonight with clearing skies tomorrow. temperatures slip back into 30' s
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pretty good dose of clouds out there this morning. you can see if you break spec to the west. back through new york, you can see some snow shower activity starting to move northeast. a couple of rain showers on the southern extent of this. we are the warmer edge of this system for the time being. the couple of mixed showers or snow showers are a possibility. temperatures up near 10 -- back near 10 up north. we are still pushing 30 around manchester. a very light breeze out of the south and southwest. that is going to help boost temperatures into the afternoon. through tomorrow. we may have a fuel holdouts in
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southern areas of the state going anywhere between 42 and 46 later on today. kind of a back-and-forth between clouds, a few breaks of sun, and a fairly comfortable afternoon. clearing skies overnight setting up what should be partly to mostly sunny skies. that is it through thursday. the next quick-moving system arrives on friday. after a little bit of a break early saturday, it looks like another system makes its way toward us out of canada. this leads to another chance of a passing snow shower or flurry sometime over the weekend. temperatures will remain at or above the average is. a lot more 40' s for highs then 30' s on the maps. bottom line here if you are
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this, traveling weather looks pretty good over the next seven days. erin: we will take it. we do want to start off with our top stories. ray: the school board in nashua has voted to put narcan in the schools. the superintendent is not aware of any overdoses, but this is a case of being proactive. nurses and principles will be trained on how to administer the nasal version of narcan. the drug will be provided by the state. erin: investigators think the same man is responsible for a pair of recent robberies. he robbed a convenience store and a bank in goffstown. businessman guilty of kidnapping. he pretended to on a company and leeward a woman -- lured a woman to his hotel room. 63-year-old thomas minchiello faces up to seven years behind bars.
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a plan is in the works and it
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erin: niagara falls is one of the most popular destinations in the country. transportation officials are considering shutting off the water to the american side. sean: crews want to replace two 115-year-old bridges connecting the u.s. mainland to an island in the middle of the falls. they would build a temporary dam to deborah water to porsche -- divert water to horseshoe falls.
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dry falls could boost tourism. erin: it takes a long time to get from the u.s. to australia. a group of women just completed the trip by rowing. sean: it took the four women 235 days on the sea to row from san francisco to north queensland. they stopped in hawaii and samoa to pick up supplies. sharks. they made friends out there. erin: let' s hope they took a they got their supplies. the shirts touting it patriots win were already made and ready to go. what happens to all this gear now the new england lost? >> debating the future of entitlement programs. why some say social security and medicare are in need of brief
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today in america, the top 1/10 of 1% owns almost as much wealth
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this great country and our government belong to all of us. wall street, corporate america, wealthy campaign donors have so much influence that the only way they are defeated is when millions of people begin to stand up and say loudly and clearly, "enough is enough." i'm bernie sanders,
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 daybreak. erin: good morning to you on this tuesday, january 26. we are seeing temperatures more mild than what we have seen the past few days. sean: i found myself outside yesterday, no jacket on. the nashua school board voted to stock city schools with narcan. the medication that can reverse the effects of opioid overdoses. a moultonborough man is recovering from second and third degree burns after a vaporizer
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a mother from austin peay -- ossipee is accused of transporting drugs while her children were in the car with her. erin: another school day off in boston and d.c. because of all the snow. kevin: we have fairly changeable conditions. the coldest of the year stays locked up in canada as we continue to watch a lot of areas to the south. high temperatures into the afternoon, upper 30' s to mid 40' s. a brief developing out of the south. erin: we do want to check the roads for you. this is a live look at 93 in windham. kevin: we' re joined live by 95.7 wzid' s deb davidson. good morning. deb: good morning. right now, 93 is a great ride throughout the entire state in the north and southbound
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then again from manchester into salem. commuting out onto 293, we are not going to see any delays whatsoever. the everett turnpike looks great making your way into nashua. commuting on to 111, that is moving well across the state. the left lane is closed between exit 2 and 1, but we are not seeing any delays at this time. from the wzid traffic network, i' m deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: nashua schools will soon be stopped with the medication used to reverse the effects of opioid overdoses. sean: the school board voted to approve a proposal to keep narcan at city schools. several other districts are considering the same step as well. ray brewer joins us live. ray: good morning.
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opioid overdoses in any of his schools that he is aware of, but he' s called on the schools to stop the narcan just in case. the nashua school superintendent urged to the school board to be proactive by having the nasal version of narcan in schools. in a district with more than 11,000 students, it would also be available for use on staff and parents. >> it is easy to administer as a nasal spray. there are not known allergies. if you administer a someone you have misdiagnosed, you are not going to harm them. ray: it does not have to be administered by a medical professional. there are still some concerns. >> i question whether we enable people with the narcan. ray: most members want narcan in the school medicine cabinet.
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learned that someone died because we did not have narcan. >> i think it is very important and a very responsible thing for the district to do. ray: the vote was 8-1. >> we felt it was one more tool that could be available in the unlikely instance that we might ever have an overdose. ray: before the narcan is made available, the school nurses and principles will be trained in its use. reporting live, ray brewer. sean: a moment burrell man --a 63-year-old thomas minchiello -- a moultonborough man is recovering in the hospital after a vaporizer battery blew up in his pocket. >> he was burned so badly. down to his flesh. sean: surveillance video from his work shows smoke from the
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he received multiple skin grafts and recovery will take months. his mother said he bought the vaporizer a month ago in an effort to quit smoking cigarettes. >> when i such as the underwear, i almost fell apart. it is your kid. if grandson had been here and pick that up, it would have killed him. it just breaks my heart. sean: the battery company is based in china. erin: a mom from ossipee is facing charges after she was busted transporting drugs while her kids were in the car. 23-year-old marie fletcher was stopped for a traffic stop. officers found 63 grams of
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sean: 24-year-old matthew gioia is charged with criminal mischief. the neighborhood was hit earlier this month and back in august. houses, mailboxes, and cars were tagged with spray paint. three other men were also charged. erin: manchester police are trying to figure out who fired several shots on amherst street last night area -- night. police in new ipswich are investigating a crash involving a propane truck. the truck rolled over on route 124 yesterday, forcing part of the road to be shut down. the driver was not hurt. sean: as granite staters gear up to cast their ballots, we are learning that two judges will be
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that develop during voting. judge david anderson and judge robert mcnamara will be called for any issues stemming from the february 9 election. election cases could raise from voter id questions to conduct at polling places. anyone who does not bring identification will have to sign an affidavit and have their picture taken. erin: as part of our commitment 2016 coverage, we are using the weeks leading up to the primary to take it look at eight key issues in this place -- race. aixa: tens of millions of americans benefit from entitlement programs, including social security and medicare. >> they are very popular programs, which is why politicians tend to shy away from making changes. aixa: their future is a topic of
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some candidates are proposing cuts, while others want to expand them. >> the leadership of the republican party has called for reforming these entitlement programs. democrats are resistant to significant changes. aixa: aarp says social security is one federal program that has succeeded over the years and deserves to be saved. >> by 2034, if it stays the same, everybody' s benefits get cut up to $10,000 per year. aixa: one proposal is to raise the retirement age. another is to lower benefits for wealthier americans. >> it has become an income replacement program and a subsidy for many retirees that do not need that assistance from the government. aixa: aarp says social security is not as generous as some may think. >> we are in an economy where most people have to rely on
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aixa: medicare is another program in need of an overhaul, some say. >> this is not a sustainable program. >> we are most successful when we can bring both parties together, have an honest debate, and come up with a bipartisan solution. aixa: according to the social security administration, the average monthly benefit is a little more than $1300. erin: we want to know how you think the country should handle the programs known as safety nets. you can go to our facebook page to share your comments. you can find all eight weeks worth of issues in the politics section of or our mobile app. sean: almost two weeks to the minute from today. drivers in texas. road rage took a violent turn
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traffic. erin: a small dog makes a big impression at a half marathon. she finished in the top 10. kevin: a couple of showers are a possibility today. we will look at other chow or the person who lives here... has to solve problems as big as the world... and as small as your kitchen table. that's the job. everyday. and now, the first lady who helped get healthcare for eight million kids... the senator who helped a city rise again... the secretary of state
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kevin: it is tuesday morning, january 26. 11 degrees there. one of the cooler spots. a couple of snow showers up north into the afternoon. we will talk about the milder stretch of weather coming up. sean: we are following a developing story out of afghanistan. officials say a policeman turned his weapon on fellow officers overnight, killing 10 of them. the taliban has claimed responsibility, saying the shooter is now with them. he fled after stealing all of their weapons and ammunition. erin: a texas grand jury has cleared and parenthood -- planned parenthood of any wrongdoing.
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activist making the video have been indicted. they are in talks with authorities to turn themselves in. planned parenthood accused the group of editing the footage. sean: president obama wants to ban solitary confinement for juveniles and federal prisons. he said it should be a last resort for inmates who pose a threat to themselves or others. a case of road rage took a violent turn in texas and the whole thing was caught on camera. >> you see the guy with the bat going at the other dude. >> i was thinking that guy was going to pull out a gun.
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traffic. it started when the drivers of changed -- exchanged rude and of seen gestures. when the light turned green, both of the men got in their vehicles and took off no one has been arrested. erin: the boston celtics took on last night. marcus smart was set for the layup, but bradley beal took an elbow to the mouth. he did not return. the celtics were leading 84-70 and they never looked back in this one. boston went on to win 116-91. the celtics host the denver nuggets tomorrow night. erin: the boston bruins skated at the philadelphia flyers last night.
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brushing -- brad marsh and scored on another power play. philly tied it up to-two. with just under two minutes to go, brett connolly got an unassisted goal for the bruins and they went on to win the game. erin: he was a look at the latest u.s. college hockey online poll. dartmouth is creeping closer to the top 25. they have won seven of their last eight games. they will host number one of the act -- quinnipiac. sean: for the second year, fisher cats fans will be featured on this season' s tickets. 10 families were selected as the winners. the winning photos were selected from social media channels. the special edition tickets are only available as part of the
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books and the luxury suite ticket books. cute kid. love to get that ticket. erin: that is a ticket you are going to hold onto. now that the patriots season is over, the afc championship year will never be sold. the t-shirts and hats will go to the charity world vision, which will send the closing to -- clothing to countries in need. sean: one super confident predicted that his team would bowl. he got the super bowl 50 champs tattoo on friday. he said he proudly sports is new inc. despite the fact that the 50 champs. >> they are champs anyway. you know what i mean? re the best anyways. t regret it at all.
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sean: the artist who did the honors knows a thing or two about patriots tattoos. he has worked on several players. couldn' t he have waited until after the championship game? erin: i don' t get it. kevin: what would be the point of jumping out ahead of that? sean: i have no explanation for you. it is a nice tattoo. erin: maybe the tattoo was going to will them to victory. he has no regrets, all right? kevin: he was tempting fate. we start off early this morning with clouds, a few breaks. the best chance for showers is going to be in the north country. a passing shower for southern this afternoon. the breeze that picks up today will turn to the west later on this evening. temperatures will start to come
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by the time we get -- two thursday, overcast skies moving initially. you can see how today is not going to necessarily be one sky condition for us like it was yesterday. we are looking at a fairly changeable sky. you can see the straddling area of this front to the south and west. anything that does happen would be fairly brief. this is the pattern we are in. it looks like he' s fairly quick moving systems keep the colder arctic air from being too entrenched for several days at a time. temperatures at or above the average. temperatures in the teens and 20' s early this morning.
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we usually are for this time of year and time of day. for most areas, it is 42-46. there was a chance of a passing shower at any point today. there will be a chance lingering into this evening. some snow showers will go up through the white mountains and the great north woods overnight tonight. a good deal of sunshine around tomorrow, but the wind turns to will bring temperatures down. s thereafter to wrap up the week. the next of the quick moving systems arrives after. we are not expecting any travel problems from anything we are days. we will see a strong cold front come through.
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temperatures for more than a day or two at a time late next week. temperatures, mid-30' s to mid 40' s with a breeze picking up out of the west. temperatures will be about five degrees cooler tomorrow and another five degrees cooler by the time we get to thursday. by then, it is full sunshine. by friday, we are talking highs in the low and mid 30' s. maybe a couple of flurries over the weekend. no big systems out there. temperatures in concord, 32-33. erin: participants in a half marathon got a big surprise when a dog finished in the top 10. the bloodhound trotted alongside the runners for the 13.1 miles and finished seventh place and was even presented with a metal
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she then took home -- went home and took a well-deserved nap. sean: there should be a quadruped and biped category. snowfall in more than a congress doesn't regulate wall street... wall street regulates congress. it's a rigged economy that sends most new wealth to the top 1%. and it's held in place
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where wall street banks and billionaires buy elections. my campaign is funded by over two and a half million small contributions. people who know you can't level the playing field by taking more money from wall street. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. join the fight
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don' t see every day. authorities in ecuador came to the rescue of a sloth who was trying to cross a busy beltway. the sloth was released back into its natural habitat. very slowly. [laughter] sean: cute. erin: hanging on for dear life. kevin: a city in japan is seeing snow for the first time in recorded history. the snow piled up on a tropical island. many cities throughout northern
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inches of snow. sean: we need to get some of that our way. erin: staying on the snow thing -- seem, take a look. t you cold? m from wisconsin. there you go. >> thank you for that. >> that guy. >> you can always go honky-tonking. erin: is that how they roll in wisconsin? [laughter] sean: why are we replaying that? erin: a man walking down the street frigid --in the frigid temperatures. kevin: you may be surprised to hear that reporter call him dude, but that is exactly how he
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sean: #dudearentyoucold? niagara falls could be shut down soon. ray: the school superintendent in nashua says putting narcan in the schools make sense. >> the last minute push is happening for votes in iowa. coming up. erin: an officer in ohio is speaking out after a terrifying ordeal. he was hit and dragged several feet by an out-of-control
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