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sean: now on "daybreak," a community in mourning. the latest on a death investigation in plaistow after a high school junior died from a drug overdose. erin: the search for a suspect continues after a violent robbery leaves a store owner in the hospital. kevin: when is left of hermine continues to pull away. what the next system approaching does ahead. sean: less than a week before the primary. jim rue dens challenges kelly ayotte in the latest granite state debate. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9
erin: good morning. i'm erin fehlau. sean: good morning. sean mcdonald. a special anniversary. live love and prosper. star trek turns 50. kevin: i didn't know that. we start out with patchy and dense fog. visibility down to less than quarter of a mile. this is with the higher humidity. we sunshine for most today. i think the cloud cover thicker closer to the shoreline today. temperatures upper 50's to upper 60's as we start. visibilities will be stubborn early. we climb into the low to mid 80's with upper 70's. as far as the humidity, it lingers through the end of the week with two systems that we're tracking. all of the details coming up. let's look at your thursday morning ride.
deb: good morning, kevin. we have road work slowing things down on 93 northbound. the left lane is closed through the stretch. we have some closures from exit six in nashua down to the stateline where the left lane is closed for paving. 101 heading up to massachusetts, the roads are up to speed. erin: thank you. we begin in plaistow. the community is mourning the death of a high school student. sean: a junior highed from of drug overdose early wednesday morning. her name has not been released. live from the police department as they are investigating this
ray: school started just a little over a week ago. now the principal at the high school has had to send home a sad letter saying a member of their junior class died. the principal sent the letter home telling them the sad news, the death of a female in the junior class. in the letter he wrote the death of a result of a drug overdose. now counselors and administers are ov students. on the high school's web site, advice is posted on how to cope with the loss. the school superintendent also said the student died of a drug overdose but did not mention any specific drug or location. so far plaistow police are only confirming they are investigating the death. the principal says classes and activities will go on as planned at the high school. plaistow police say they hope to be able to
reporting live in plaistow, ray brewer. sean: now to commitment 2016 we are now just a week from the state primary in new hampshire. erin: jim rubens is challenging kelly ayotte. adam sexton has more as the republican candidates faced off last night in the third granite state debate. >> i started life on the bottom. i've knocks. reporter: jim rubens tried to brag kelly ayotte into her rough and tumble class. she did her best to set side and pivot. >> when we look at the disastrous iran deal that unfortunately maggie hassan supports. reporter: they say the iran deal is proof that the democratics shouldn't have the white house.
payments to the chargest sponsor. what guess? they took three more american hostages. >> the iran deals have been abysmal. probably the worst that we've seen in many, many years. reporter: rueben died ayotte to hillary clinton. >> the bipartisan come pitchlation doesn't work. she votes kuster. reporter: ayotte didn't mean -- seem to mind being called bipartisan. >> i worked across the isle then on getting things done to keep the people of new hampshire safe. this is part of my dna. reporter: both say they would impose term limits. >> yes, i have
i've traveled around the country promoting a limit. >> senator? >> yes. i've co-funded legislation to establish a time limit. erin: learn more about the candidates and their positions at wmur.com. also we have complete information on how to vote, including finding your polling place, voter i.d. rules, and how to register on looking for a suspect in connection with a robbery that sent an 84-year-old man to the hospital. they are looking for thomas ford jr. of hooksett. he robbed the store at maple street, badly hurting the store owner. >> the first thing was
hurt seriously. we'll see what happens. he's in our prayers. >> that's nerve wracking. i hope they do catch him. sean: police say ford jr. was armed with a semiautomatic weapon and got away with cash. he is armed and dangerous. the store owner is expected to recover from the injuries. and the date remi santos. the court wants to make sure they didn't make a mistake in the allowed evidence. oral arguments are set for october 13th. erin: police say a driver was going north when she crashed into the woods. 56-year-old debra
driving while intoxicated. she was taken to the hospital along with a passenger and treated for injuries. check out the damage. police say a chester man lost control of his car and crashed into the front of the home yesterday. unbelievable damage. still ahead, a piece of the world trade center moving through the granite state. why it is being delivered to a town in canada. sean: also the honesty of a 7-year-old boy pays off in his favor. erin: two police officers shot in the line of duty back at
into the low to mid 80's. the humidity is lingering through the end of the week. we'll talk about a couple of rain chances in your extended forecast in just a bit. sean: muggy this morning too. a piece of the world trade center is moving through the northeast, headed to a tiny town up in canada. erin: a convoy of motorcycle firefighter escorted a piece of the building ahead of the 15th anniversary of 9/11. the piece is being given took in thousands of airline passengers who were grounded during the attacks. granite state firefighters joined those from new york and massachusetts for the ride. >> 15 years ago, i wasn't a firefighter. it was pretty much why i become a firefighter, i think. >> to show them support. we haven't forgetten. we won't forget. that's what we do. we just never forget. erin: the piece spent the night
one rochester boy paid off. he found a $100 bill earlier this year and turned it in. after trying to find the owner and waiting the required tame, they gave brayden a check for $100. they say he showed a high degree of moral character and integrity. nice reward. right now it is 5:12. coming up, the wait is over. iphone 7 what major changes have social media buzzing. erin: delta airline footing the
it will include an adapter for standard headphones. >> we know there are people in the world who have some analog old connected devices out there. we've made this. it is an adapt. lightning to mini phone audio adapter. we're going to include that box in the with every iphone 7 and 7 plus as well. sean: there you go. moderate applause. apple says the new iphones are water resistant. they cameras. the phone is available for preorder on september 16th. erin: delta airlines says the bill for the massive computer outage last month is $150 million. the airline canceled 1,000 flights on the day that it lost power and the operation center in atlanta was also forced to ground another 1,000 the next two days. affected customers were given refunds and
sean: guns are selling at unprecedented levels. background checks hit a high. in august, more than 1.8 million background checks were done. which is the most ever for that month. erin: using paypal just got easier. they signed a new deal that allows mastercard users to use and transfer debit cards instantly. sean: the paralympic games is happening right now. the games run until september 18th. happening today is job fair in nashua, new
until 2:00 p.m. jobs range from entry level to full-time and part-time work as well. kevin: unlike the picture, don't come dressed in all black. that's a little deceiving. sean: come with resum?s. kevin: of course. we start off with the humidity out there early on. this lingering even though what is left of hermine and its effects contin the clouds are going to be most stubborn. inland sections any fog or low cloudiness will burn off to partial sunshine. we're going to add a couple of degrees through the afternoon. with the humidity and dewpoints south of the white mountains in the 60's going to feel a lot more like mid summer than it is going to feel like the effects of an early fall kind of situation. we have the longer nights these days. that really allows temperatures to fall off overnight getting more of an opportunity to drop back to the
we start off with high clouds. above that toking it is clear skies. except up in the north country. a couple of showers back to the west. they are dying out. the front itself back through the great lakes will be crossing the state later on tonight. there will be the chance of a couple of scattered showers or even a thunderstorm moving through during the evening and overnight hours tonight. that will be the first of two rain chances we'll have in the forecast. temperatures going anywhere from the upper 50's and u manchester to the shoreline. mid 60's and fog is an issue. we're seeing visibility is less than a quarter of a mile. plenty of warmth back to the west. looks like the warmth and humidity with us through saturday. then we'll start to take the edge off as a front comes through with another chance of scattered showers. highs today for the most. the humidity in place.
we'll have the clouds trying to hang on closer to the shoreline they've we've been seeing play out. farther inland we'll continue to see the partial sunshine. there are the showers back out to the west. showers and maybe a passing thunderstorm during the evening and overnight hours. any clouds giving way at the shoreline which will allow temperatures to jump into the 80's statewide. we could be looking at 87 to 89 in a couple of interior section the next system gets geared up. that looks like it is timed out for later saturday, mainly saturday evening and early sunday. it will be behind the second front that comes through that the winds turn to the northwest. a good breeze for sunday. temperatures for most today will be in the low to mid 80's. as you'll notice the humidity still in place through the day on
coming through on saturday evening with scattered showers and maybe even a thunderstorm. the second of the two systems. behind that will be a breeze that will start clearing things out on sunday. temperatures will slip back into the 70's to lower range of the 80's. a good deal of sunshine and comfortable on monday. looks like we start another warming trend ahead of the next system that would arrive on wednesday. behind that, cooler air as we start to ebb back closer to the averages for this time of year eventually keeping the pools open. erin: at least for the weekend. sean: the top stories with ray brewer. ray: plaistow police are looking into the death of high school junior. the principal sending a note home. the principal says it was a drug overdose. but it did not specify where the overdose took place or what type of drug was involved. plaistow police say they hope to be able to release some more
the humidity still in place. highs today in the low to mid 80's. we're going to talk about even warmer temperatures tomorrow before a front arrives over the weekend with your forecast coming up. erin: all right. a cat in iowa may have used one of its nine lives earlier this week after a firefighter rescued her from a house fire. sean: this is a happy ending. cleo the cat was engulfed in smoke in a basement. they spent more than 30 minutes try cleo before she finally started breathing again. they are hoping she will be well enough to go home in a few days. quite the rescue there. speaking of animals, it is not every day you see a camel on the college campus. for students at wichita state, it is just a typical wednesday. it started back in 2015 when the student activities council
camels to campus. students who wanted to take a ride did have a sign a waiver. take a break from your studies. erin: i was thinking it got started because of a school prank. i guess not. sean: they decided we wanted to celebrate hump day. there you go. coming up, the latest on a death investigation in plaistow as the community mourning the loss of a timberlane regional high school stts erin: two officers on the job after they were shot back in
>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." erin: good thursday morning to you. it is september 8th. this is a live look in meredith. we're seeing temperatures out there in the 60's. we're going to see the mercury rising as the week goes on into the weekend. sean: the humidity is sticky. kewi plaistow police are investigating the death of a timberlane high school student. a member of the juneon class died of a drug overdose early yesterday morning. the republican candidate faced off in the debate last night. jim rubens is challenging kelly ayotte. and a former nursing home employee will spent a year and a half behind bars after admitting to sexually assaulting an elderly woman. erin: it is pretty foggy.
place as hermine continues to move away. for the time being we have high clouds up in northern areas. visibility is down to less than a quarter of a mile in several locations. for most, temperatures starting the day in the 60's and in a few spots well into the 60's early this morning. that fog will eventually give way to partial sunshine except closer to the shoreline where the clouds maybe more stubborn into the afternoon. highs today for most away from the coast in the low to mid 80's. warmer tomorrow. sean: the humidity is erin: through saturday. erin: all right. we want to look at the roads. here's a live look at 93 from the common man camera there in windham. it is a little foggy in the spot. kevin: yeah. for a look at the morning drive here, we're joined live by deb davidson. good thursday morning, deb. deb: good thursday morning. we have road work on 93 northbound in the concord area right between exit 17 and 18 where the left lane is closed. that is lowing things
okay. the everett turnpike in both directions. we have some road paving work that's wrapping up between exit six and the massachusetts stateline. the left lane is closedly there and causing some delays. no problems in massachusetts heading into and around boston. from the traffic network, i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: all right. thank you. the timberlane regional high school community is mourning the death student. sean: the rinse pal says a junior died from a drug overdose yesterday morning. her name has not been released. authorities say they are investigating the death. good morning, ray. ray: good morning, sean. school has only been in session about a week. yesterday the principal at timberlane regional high school had to pass on the sad news that a member of the juneon class had died. the principal of timberlane sent a letter
some sad news. the death of a female student in the junior class. in the letter donald wrote the death was the result of a drug overdose. the school counselors and administers are providing support for those who express a need. should your student exhibit any signs of difficulty or if you have any concerns that you feel we should know about, please call administration or guidance. the school superintendent also tells news 9 that the student died of mention any specific drug or location. plaistow police will only confirm they are investigating. they are not yet releasing the circumstances surrounding the student's death. on the high school's web site advice is posted on how to cope with loss along with information about grieving a drug overdose. ray: the principal says that classes and activities will go on as planned. plaistow police say that we can expect more
reporting live, ray brewer, wmur news 9. ray: thank. incumbent u.s. senator kelly ayotte faced off against her republican primary challengers, jim rubens in the debate. ruebens attacked ayotte as being too liberal and too bipartisan saying new hampshire needs a solid con seckive in the senate. ayotte did her best to side step ruebens and pivot to the likely opponent in november. both candidates agree control neither the white house nor congress, they cap their ability to fight for the principals in the senate by imposing term limits. >> i have self-imposed a two-term limit on myself. i have actively traveled around the country providing a term limits constitutional amendment. >> senator? >> yes, i've co-sponsored legislation. two terms in the senate. sean: that limit could become a
she noted she's not thinking beyond 2016 right now. in our granite state debates continue with the republican candidates for the second congressional district go head to head. on friday the g.o.p. first congressional candidates get their chance to debate the issues. before you vote, head to wmur.com to learn all about the candidates. you can compare them and watch the series of ten questions we asked every candidate and learn fun facts about thosen erin: i-89 in lebanon is back open to traffic after being shut down due to a serious crash. that accident happened in the area of exit 20. at the time, state police are not saying how many vehicles were people were involved. we'll keep you posted as we learn more information. sean: a vermont man is accused of stealing a gun. 24-year-old robert warrington of white river junction sold the
call. when they confronted him, he pulled it out and threw it on the ground. he's facing charges, including theft of a firearm. new this morning, a portsmouth man is accused of firing a rifle into the air. adam doyle was arrested early yesterday morning after he fired the shot on white cedar boulevard. erin: a former nursing home employee has pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting an elderly woman in his care. it last year that 46-year-old timmy morrissey was with a 79-year-old patient when a co-worker walked in and saw morrissey sexually assaulting the woman. he was fired on the spot. in court yesterday, morrissey apologized for his crime and was sentenced to a minimum of a year and a half behind bars. >> i would like to extend my apologies to the family. not only the family -- i
family but also to the rest of the families at nursing home as well. the residents. erin: as part of the plea deal, morrissey will never work as a nurse again and never work with the elderly or young people. sean: firefighters are headed back into the woods today to check on a brush fire. stub and fire was burning for three days in the woods after grove road before crews finally managed to put it out yesterday. we're told the fire burned roughly who acres. foreca campfire left behind. not only does the drought provide an added challenge, crews were dealing with beehives. one firefighter was stung several times. the recent rain should help out. erin: definitely. a long-lost relic has reportedly been found. sean: well, it was incredibly patriotic. just to know i'm looking at something this
woman: the executive council voted along party lines, striking down more than $639,000 to planned parenthood locations. when republican politicians cut planned parenthood, it was devastating. birth control, cancer screenings -- they were all cut back. plunkett: it was colin van ostern who got that funding restored and helped expand medicaid, too. i'm colin van ostern. i was raised by a single mom, r,
kevin: thursday morning, september 8th. we start out in the upper 50's to lower 60's in parts of the north country. mid to upper 60's with the higher humidity in central and southern areas. looking at a blend of sunshine and clouds after the fog burns off this horning. it d continues with warmer temperatures tomorrow before the next system moves in over the weekend. we have the details ahead. sean: we are following a developing story out of afghanistan. the taliban is pushed into the capitol of uruzgan providence. erin: all check points around
destroyed. there's no word on how many people were injured or killed. sean: a russian fighter jet threw within ten feet of the u.s. navy surveillance aircraft. they say the jet made the maneuver yesterday as they were conducting routine operations. the russian jet conducted four intercepts and the one that was considered unsafe lasted about 19 minutes. a russian defense minister spokesman says the u.s. aircraft did not have its transponders on and it approached russia's border twice. erin: six people, including three kids were sent to the hospital after high levels of carbon monoxide were found inside an apartment building. >> it smelled like a car was running. i went down in the basement. it smelled really bad. erin: the incident was reported at the riverside condominiums in water town. mike says he called his landlord after smelling
levels of carbon monoxide. the building was evacuated and aired out. the six people taken to the hospital are expected to be okay. sean: two manchester police officers who were shot in the line of duty in may are now back on the job. officers ryan hardy and matt o'connor returned to work two weeks ago. they were shot during the pursuit of a suspect on manchester's west side. hardy was shot in the face and shoulder. o'connor was sho midnight shift and requested no fanfare. >> i do know the community is emotionally investigated in their recovery. it's meant a lot to me and the department. i was hoping to offer the community some visuals of these brave men back to work. being the humble officers they are and they just wanted to come in quietly. that's what they've done. sean: the alleged gunman is
his trial on capital murder charges. erin: they are hosting an open house in nashua today for addicts. groups will be opening its doors from 3:30 until 6:00 p.m. the clinic combined aa-type therapy with medication-assisted treatment in an effort to reduce drug dependence. you can learn more by heading to joingroups.com. sean: the famed ground zero flag that disappeared after 9/11 has reportedly been found. a fire station in everest, washington by a man who claimed to be a marine. it was sent to the washington state patrol crime lab for forensic analysis to determine if it was, in fact, the ground zero flag. the scientist who examined the flag discussed his findings. >> if you look at the original photograph, you see a certain black electric tape. it had the same general profile. i knew that this could
9/11 museum ahead of the commemoration ceremonies. good timing for that. good to have it back. erin: definitely. scientists have long known the human tongue can detect sweet, sour, salty, bitter, and savory. now a new study says a sixth taste should be added to the list. sean: i don't know about this one. they say starchy is a newly identified taste that may shed light on why we enjoy carbohydrate-heavy foods. they conducted experiments with 100 participants. many of them described a liquid solution as starchy. a finding suggests that starch can be tasted. erin: salty. in sports the red sox finished their series against the san diego padres. they attorneyed david ortiz.
surfboard with his mug on it. don em emceed the event. now in the second inning, travis shaw hit a home run that gave boston the 2-1 lead there. hanley ramirez hit a homer in the eighth. brock holtz added a pinch hit homer in the ninth to help boston win 7-2. the red sox are now one game ahead of the toronto blue jays in sean: the former fisher cats is at the padres. olympic swimmer, ryan lochte, is facing suspicious. he will be suspended for ten months. he will not be allowed to participate in the 2017 world championships. the punishment stems from the drunken gas station incident in rio de janeiro during the olympic games. erin: olympic gymnast, aly
medals. she's training for the 2020 games in tokyo. >> i'm excited. i thought i was in the best shape of my life in 2012. it was better now. i'm excited to see what will happen in 2020. erin: we are too. raisman says she's taking a year off before starting her training again. sean: the patriots continue to gear up for the regular season opener on sunday. jiminy garoppolo was asked how things are going without star quarterback, tom brady. >> yeah, it is i'll say that. it is -- it is just me and jacoby. all of the remembers and we know where we sit on that. it is different without tom. no question about it. it is what it is at this point. sean: football starts tonight. they traded for defensive quarterback from the eagles. erin: we are featuring a slide
players for 2016. andrew luck of the indianapolis colts comes in first making $24,500,000. carson palmer comes in second with $24.3 million. joe flacco of the ravens is making $22 million. green bay quarterback, aaron rodgers, also making $22 million. russell wilson rounds out of the top five with th tom brady came in 11th. he makes $20.5 million. sean: a chunk of change. and a famous wife who makes money herself. kevin: if you were to take the household income of those quarterbacks -- yeah. i think -- i think they will be just fine. erin: not worrieded about them at all. no.
lingering clouds. there are spots where visibilities are down to less than a quarter of a mile. you get closer to the seacoast. that's where the clouds are going to be more stubborn today. probably just giving way to mostly cloudy sky. inland sections, especially farther west and north have been weeding in more sunshine as of late. i think more out there today even in places that haven't seen much like concord and manchester likely getting in on more sunshine today as the effects of hermine continue to slowly shift away. still a lot of linger the low to mid 80's. lows in the 60's with a passing shower or storm. even warmer tomorrow. tomorrow likely the warmest day of the entire stretch before we have another front coming through over the weekend which will start to lower the humidity. looks like that starts to develop on sunday on the northwesterly wind. for the time being, partly cloudy skies out there. patchy fog due to the higher humidity overnight and longer evenings out there. you notice the first of two fronts back out to the west. this crosses state later on tonight.
shower chances if we're going to see anything would in far north western sections after 5:00 or 6:00. then from there, the better chance will be overnight for anyone as they will continue to see the chance of a passing shower or storm moving from west to east across the state overnight. temperatures right now in the 60's to near 70 degrees. of course we have the dewpoints in the 60's south of the white mountains. temperatures with the longer evenings just allowing to fall back to the levels. this is known as the time of year with a lot of fog. the time being. while you have the longer nights out there. still some 50's up north. even there have a little bit warmer than the last few mornings. temperatures today will be making their way up into the upper 70's to mid 80's. just kind of scattered around. as you get down in elevation seeing the patchy fog play out. a lot of that will be burning off here by 9:00 or 9:30. that leaves us with partial sunshine.
maybe as far inland. you are likely stuck in the clouds today. we'll call it a mostly cloudy skies. just a few breaks later on. that will keep temperatures down there. inland sections will go into the low to mid 80's. chance of a passing shower storm. doesn't look like much. tomorrow we give way to sunshine. it should be a warmer today. highs tomorrow 80's statewide. maybe as high as 88 or 89 in a few southern locations. then the next front looks like it approaches over the weekend. looks like any sort of day saturday will be give way to clouds. another front crossing saturday evening or early sunday could start to lower the humidity levels starting as quickly as early sunday. i think early sunday with it building northwesterly wind, we'll start to knock down the humidity for the first half of next week. low to mid 80's today. fog giving way to partial sunshine. clouds will be hugging the coastline. a shower or storm with the warmth and humidity.
cooldown after we have the secondary front come through saturday early into sunday. looking like a good weekend. we get most of the shower activity saturday evening or early sunday. erin: all right. the humidity is sticking around. all right. the united way kicked off in manchester for the openinger is knownnies. between now and next friday, thousands of volunteers from dozens of companies will dedicate their time. the program will impact more than 200 communities. sean: great effort. a lot of volunteers. a beach goer makes a fascinating discovery. where she came across the dinosaur footprints. now time for the u local hot shots. looks like the chipmunk found itself a snack. check out the cheeks. he's not hungry anymore. join the thous of
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sean: a beach goer in australia made an interesting discovery. she stumbled upon the massive dinosaur footprints. yes, a paleontologist says the 130-million-year-old tracks have probably been covered by sand or water. the tides finally revealed them only to be discovered by the shell collector. efferent that's awesome. kevi t sean: apparently so. kevin: paleotologist has to be like what you want me to come and look at what? in the sand? erin: a north dakota couple has a lot to celebrate. that is because all three of their children were born on the day. their first child was born on september 1, 2014, last year came sister, and this year baby henry was born on september 1st. kevin: all three kids were
all had different due dates. erin: that's crazy. they only have to plan one birthday party for them. sean: what are the odds of that? coming up? the search is on for an armed robber in manchester. we'll give you a description of the suspect that held up an injured 81-year-old man. ray: plaistow police are investigating the death of a high school student.
sean: now on "daybreak," a community in mourning. the latest on a death investigation in plaistow after school officials say a high school junior died from a drug overdose. erin: the search for a suspect continues after a violent robbery in manchester leaves a store owner in the hospital. kevin: what is left of hermine continues to pull away. what the next system approaching does to all of it ahead. jim rubens challenges kelly ayotte has the republican candidates face off in the latest granite state debate. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." erin: good thursday morning. thanks for starting your day with us. i'm erin fehlau. sean: good morning. i'm sean mcdonald. the clouds have rolled