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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
about rain all summer. we could use any rain we could get. kevin: we have a couple of chances. the second front will knock down the humidity that we've been pilling up. looks like warmer temperatures on the docket for today and tomorrow before that next front gets here. the first of those fronts will arrive later on this evening and with that a couple of passing showers or thunderstorm ahead of that. upper 70's to mid 80 eats. the fog burns off early this morning. the clouds may hold tough. much more on your weekend forecast coming up in just a bit. let's look at your morning ride here in the granite state. we're joined live by deb davidson. good morning, deb. deb: good morning. we have some road work slowing things down right now. the right lane is closed up in the canterbury area. keep that in mind as you are heading out in that direction. on the southbound side, it is a good ride through the state. no problems from concord
salem. we're seeing building volume. 101 busy in bedford. if you are commuting on interstate 9 shortly, it looks good heading to and from the upper valley. i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: all right. thank you. we begin this morning in plaistow where the community is morning the death of a high school student. sean: the principal at timberlane regional high school says aun overdose early wednesday morning. her name has not been released. ray brewer joins us live this morning with the latest developments as police say they are investigating a death. good morning, ray. ray: good morning, sean. it was just a little over a week ago that school started and now the principal has already had to send home sad news telling parents about the death of a high school junior. in the letter the principal relayed the news that the student
drug overdose. donald woodworth writing that counselors and administers are providing support for students. advice is hosted on how to cope with the loss. the school's superintendent said the student die of a drug overdose but didn't mention a drug or location. the police will confirm they are investigating a death. the principal says that classes and activities will go on as planned. release more information later on today. reporting live, ray brewer, wmur news 9. sean: commitment 2016. we are now just under a week away from the state primary in new hampshire. erin: jim rubens is challenging kelly ayotte. wmur's political reporter, adam sexton, has more as they faced off last night in the
>> i started life on the bottom. i've learned a lot from the school of hard knocks. adam: jim rueben spent wednesday night trying to drag kelly ayotte into his rough and tumble classroom. ayotte did her best to side step rueben and pivot to her likely opponent in november. >> when we look at the disastrous iran deal that maggie hassan supports -- adam: they say the shouldn't have the white house. >> you give hostage payments to the largest sponsor of terrorism in the world. guess what? they took three more american hostages. >> the iran deals have been abysmal. probably the worst that we've seen in many, many years. adam: rueben has tied ayotte to hillary clinton and compared her to the elected democrats in new hampshire.
kuster, a liberal democrat. adam: for her part, ayotte didn't seem to mind being called bipartisan. >> first appointed by a republican governor, twice we a democrat governor, and i worked across the aisle then on getting things done to keep the people of new hampshire safe. this is part of my dna. adam: both opponents say they would impose term limits. >> yes, i have limit on myself. i have actively traveled around the country promoting a term limits constitutional amendment. absolutely. >> senator? >> yes, i've co-sponsored legislation. >> two terms? three terms? >> i think two terms in the senate. erin: learn more about all of the candidate and their positions on the issues on the politics page at wmur.com. also complete information on how to vote, including finding
and how to register on tuesday. sean: police inman can chester are looking for a suspect in connection with an armed robbery that sent an 81-year-old man to the hospital. they are looking for thomas ford jr. of hooksett. he's 5'10", 145 pounds, and black hair and hazel eyes. he robbed the han's food mart at around 1:00 p.m. yesterday, badly hurting the store owner. >> the first thing that went through my mind is jeez, i hope he hurt seriously. but we'll see. you know? we'll see what happens. he's in our prayers. >> that's nerve wracking to be honest. i hope they do catch him. sean: police say ford jr. was armed with a semiautomatic weapon and got away with cash. he is considered armed and dangerous. the store owner is expected to recover. the state supreme court will hear the appeal of remi gross santos, the teenager convicted of
whether the court made a mistake in the way it applies assault charges and whether the judge should have allowed evidence about his marijuana use. oral arguments are set for october 13th. erin: a londonderry woman is facing charges after crashing her car tuesday night. the driver was going north when she crashed into the woods. 56-year-old deborah bullard is charged with driving while intoxicated. she and a passenger were taken to the hospital and treated for their injuries. check out the damage done to the house. police say that a chesterman lost control of his car and crashed right into the front of that house yesterday doing a whole lot of damage. sean: scary stuff. yeah. erin: still ahead, a piece of the world trade center moving through the granite state. why it is being delivered to a town in canada.
it is thursday morning, september 8th. patchy, dense fog in areas. some spots visibility down to less than a third of a mile. that will gradually burn off. low clouds give way to partial sunshine away from the shoreline. temperatures continue to edge up over the next couple of days. eventually the better chances of showers as well. we'll have the details coming up. sean: foggy and muggy. a piece of the world trade center is moving through the northeast this morning headed into a tiny town in canada.
riding firefighters escorted a piece of the building up 95 ahead of the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. the piece is being given to grand view newfoundland a town in canada that took in thousands of stranded airline passengers grounded during the attack. firefighters from new hampshire joined those from new york and new jersey for the ride. >> 15 years ago, i wasn't a firefighter. that's why we haven't forgotten. we'll never forget. erin: the piece spent the night in maine. today it will move up to canada. two tall beams of light were projected ahead of the 15th anniversary of the september 11th attacks. each year the tribute in light art installation lights up the sky in remembrance. more than 80 search lights are placed right next to the world trade
the two columns of light. sean: the honesty of one rochester boy paid off in his favor. rochester police say 7-year-old brayden wentworth found a $100 earlier and turned it in. after rying to find the owner and waiting the required time, they gave brayden a check for $100. brayden showed a high degree of moral character and integrity. i wonder if a 7-year-old can wrap his brain around $100. don't spend it all in one place. sean: 12 memberships past 6:00. the wait is over. we're looking at the iphone 7. what major changes have social media buzzing.
woman: the executive council voted along party lines, striking down more than $639,000 to planned parenthood locations. when republican politicians cut planned parenthood, rol, 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, and we didn't always have health insurance. that's why, as governor, i'll make sure no one gets left behind. narrator: fewer new hampshire students are graduating debt free, while wall street and oil companies
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kelly ayotte the politician. ayotte claims she's independent, then goes to washington and votes with the koch brothers 90% of the time. l street and big drug companies, and then votes to put their agenda before everyday families. higher drug prices and cutbacks to our medicare. so, think about it: new hampshire can choose the special interests' senator with kelly ayotte... or a people's senator, for a change. i'm maggie hassan and i approve this message. sean: it is finally here.
iphone. you can kiss the headphone wires good-bye. it has no headphone jack. the white ear buds connect with the lightning port. apple will include an adapter for standard headphones. >> now we know there are people in the world who do have some analog old connected devices. we've made this. it is an adapter. lightning to mini phone audio that in the box with every iphone 7 and 7 plus as well. sean: that's part of the transition. the new iphones are water resistant with an approved camera. the phone is available for pre-order on september 16th. erin: delta airlines says the bill for the massive computer outage is $150 million. the airline canceled a thousand flights on the day it lost power at the operation center in
ground another 1,000 the next two day. affected customers were given refunds and vouchers were future travel. sean: new data says guns are selling at unprecedented levels. background checks hit an all-time high. in august more than 1.8 million background checks were done. erin: using paypal just got easier. paypal and mastercard signed a new deal that allowsld paypal transfers. they will be able to transfer money to the master cards and debit cards instantly. this is a month after they struck a similar deal with visa. sean: only is it% of tickets were sold at the end of the olympic games. now 60% of tickets for
that are starting right now. the games run until september 18th. good luck to all of the athletes. having today a job fair from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at nashua community college. jobs range from entry level to management positions and include both part time and full-time work. meantime we just saw a lot of fog up there. kevin: a lot of humidity mt. air. that lingers through the day on saturday temperatures edge upward. the higher humidity along with the lighter winds allowing low clouds and fog to form overnight. it is going to take a few hours for that to burn off. it maybe most stubborn closer to the shoreline in the afternoon. temperatures in the mid to upper 70's. inland sections where you see partial sunshine should be above 80 degrees today. maybe as high as 85 or 86 in a couple of southern locations away from the shoreline. partial sunshine for us today. after the low clouds and the fog burn off.
this one arrives later on this evening. there might be a shower in north western sections of the state as quickly as 5:00 or 6:00 this afternoon. notice that the west does have a broken line of showers along it. there could be some showers tonight. not the big drink of water that we need out of one of the systems coming through. we are relatively dry again. there could be a little bit of drizzle coming out of the thickest of the low clouds or patchy fog. otherwise either side of 60 up north. 54 degrees washington. mid to upper 60's in southern areas. light wind today. if anything reinforcing the humidity as it will be light out of the south. you can see visibilities early this morning in several locations. a tenth of a mile at pease. a mile and a half at the manchester boston regional airport. just scattered around the normal fog-prone areas. could be anywhere between a half a mile and mile. the humidity will remain
saturday evening before the second of two fronts comes through. you can see warmer temperatures moving in from the west. there will be an outside shot of a couple of southern areas tomorrow reaching 0e9d degree. today it will be either side of 80 up north. upper 70's at the coast. lower and mid 80's inland. as high as 85 or 86 by later on this afternoon. not far to go. we will have more of a westerly wind tomorrow to get up around 90 degrees. partial sunshine for the afternoon. there's the chance of a couple of thunderstorm later on tonight that comes through. not everyone sees that overnight. any low clouds or fog that build up or even just a stray shower gives way to sunshine and what should be a warm afternoon with the humidity in place. highs tomorrow in the 80's. it looks like mid 70's to mid 80's for highs on saturday. good deal of sunshine through early to mid afternoon. then we get later into the afternoon and the front approaches with an increase in clouds. looks like the best chance of showers will be later saturday evening or very early sunday morning.
the humidity in earnest starting on sunday. temperatures today getting back into the low to mid 80's. away from the shoreline where the clouds may be more stubborn. second front after the one comes through tonight will be later saturday evening. it is behind that with the northwest wind that we start to lower the dewpoints pack into the 50's. high temperatures by monday afternoon will be in the low to mid 70's and maybe 60's up north. we can see the overnight lows falling back as well. a little bit more taste of fallopii the first half of sean: sounds good. let's check out the top stories with ray brewer. ray: plaistow police are investigating the death of a high school junior. a principal sent a letter home to parents informing them of the sad news. in the letter donald woodworth wrote the death was the result of a drug overdose. erin: police in manchester are
hospital. police say the store clerk at han's food mart was robbed by thomas ford jr. ford is considered armed and dangerous. commitment 2016 news, incumbent u.s. senator, kelly ayotte, faced off against her republican primary challenger, jim rubens, in last night's granite state debate. sean: coming up this morning, stay on the college campus long enough, you are bound to see unusual things.
kevin: thursday morning, september 8th. a live look across the state. lakes region looking at an overcast sky. it gives way to partial sunshine. temperatures in the afternoon getting up into the lower range of the 80's. in warner this morning, starting out at 62 degrees. clouds and a little bit of patchy fog giving way to a high of around 83. up in the northeast
a good deal of sunshine. all of the details in the forecast looking for the weekend coming up. erin: thank you. a cat in iowa may have used one of its nine lives after firefighters rescued her from a house fire. sean: look at photos. she wasn't breathing. firefighters spent more than 30 minutes trying to revive cleo using a specialized oxygen mask before she finally started breathing again. will be well enough to go home in a few days. wow. good scare for her right there. speaking of animals, @ not every day you see a camel on a college campus. for students at wichita state university in kansas, it is a typical hump day. it started in 2015 when the student council decided to bring camels to campus. they can saddle up, but they have to sign a
brought them back this year. there was also a petting zoo as well for the college students. maybe this is a way to, you know, get destressed between some classes. erin: bring them back to their childhood. [laughter] sean: coming up, the latest on a death investigation in plaistow as a community mourns the loss of a timberlane regional high school student. erin: two police officers in the
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." erin: good morning to you. it is thursday, september 8th. we're seeing temperatures out there in the 60's a lot of following out there in many spots. you can't really see very far in front of very face. sean: no. it is going to be one of those gray days. let's get to the top stories. the death of a timberlane high school student. the principal says that a member of the junior class died from a drug overdose early yesterday morning. the republican senate candidates face the off in the debate last night. jim rubens is challenging incumbent senator, kelly ayotte. a former nursing home employee will spent a year and a half behind bars after admitting to sexually assaulting an elderly woman. erin: all right. a little bit of rain.
kevin: with hermine out there, all we saw was just .01. we need rain. it looks like we'll have a couple of chances of showers. what is approaching from the west will be a broken line of showers later on tonight. ahead of that, the humidity remains high. next to hermine that comes in the way of fog early this morning and an uncomfortable afternoon. temperatures in the low to mid 80's with partial sunshine. erin: this hit roads and look how things are moving out there. we're going to see some of the fog in windham. this is from the common man camera. conference we're joined live by deb davidson. good morning, deb. deb: good morning. if you are starting your commute on interstate 89, things are looking great from concord to the upper valley. we need to be aware of patches of area fog as you do make that commute. on the southbound side it is a little bit busy at exit one at the bow junction getting on to
manchester. it is getting busy again at exit four. 101 busy at route 114. 293 southbound we're beginning to see increase in volume through the mill yard. from the traffic network, i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: the timberlane regional high school community is mourning the death of a student. sean: a junior died from a drug overdose early yesterday morning. her name has not yet been released. ray brewer live at t authorities say they are investigating the death. good morning, ray. ray: good morning, sean. school has only been in session here in plaistow for about a week. the principal at timberlane regional high school said he had to tell students a member of their junior class passed away. the principal sent a letter home to parents telling him he had to share some sad news. the death of a female student in the junior
woodworth 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 a drug overdose, but did not mention any specific drug or loc 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. the presence pal says that classes and activities will go on as planned. plaistow police say that we should be getting some more information from them later today. reporting live, ray
sean: incumbent senator, u.s. kilny ayotte faced off against jim rubens in the debate. ruebens attacked ayotte as being too liberal and bipartisan saying new hampshire needs a solid conservative in the senate. ayotte did her best to side step and pivot to her likely opponent in november, maggie hassan. both agree that democrats should control neither the white house nor congress, they cap the senate by imposing term limits. >> i have self-imposed a two-term limit on myself. i have actively traveled around the country promoting a term limits constitutional amendment. absolutely. >> senator? >> yes, i've co-sponsored legislation in my time to establish term limits. >> two terms? three terms? >> i think two terms in the senate. sean: the two-term limit could become a big story for kelly ayotte. she noted she's not
in the granite state debates continue when the republican candidates for the second congressional district go head to head. on friday the g.o.p. first congressional district candidates will get their chance to debate the issues. and before you vote next week, head to wmur.com to learn all about the candidates. you can compare them on the issues, watch the series of ten questions that we asked every candidate, and learn about some fun facts about those on the ballot. erin: i-89 in lebanon i open to traffic after being shut down last night. the accident happened in the area of exit 20. at this time, state police are not saying how many vehicles or people were involved. we'll keep you posted as soon as we get new information. sean: a vermont man is accused of stealing a gun from a parked car in lebanon. 24-year-old robert warrington stole the loaded revolver from a car. when officers confronted him, they say warrington
his waistband and threw it on the ground. he's now in this casing charges. erin: a former nursing home employee pled guilty to assaulting a woman in his care. timothy morrissey was with a 79-year-old patient when a co-worker saw him sexually assaulting a woman. he was fired on the spot. he was sentenced t half behind bars. >> i would like to extend my apologies to the family. not only the family -- i mean -- especially the family but also to the rest of the families at the nursing home as well. the residents. erin: as part of the plea deal, morrissey will never work as a nurse again and will not work with the elderly or young people. sean: firefighters are heading back into the woods of acworth
it was burning for three days in the woods before crews managed to put it out yesterday. we're told the fire burned roughly two acres. forever rangers say it was started by a campfire that was left behind. not only did the drought provide an added challenge, crews were dealing with beehives. one firefighter was stung several times but will be okay. just another challenge as they deal with some of the wild fires out there. erin: coming up, a long lost relic has >> well, i figured it was incredibly patriotic for one thing. just to know i'm looking at something this important. erin: find out how the flamed ground zero flag ended up in washington state. sean: we've all tasted things that are salty and sweet. what about starchy? why starchiness should be added to the list of tastes. erin: a couple of rain chances at the same time. more warmth and humidity in the forecast. until we get to the
low cloudiness burn off. away from the shoreline, it is partial sunshine and warmer. warmer yet tomorrow before we start to work our way into the weekend. we'll have all of the details and when we finally knock out the humidity ahead. sean: we are following a developing story out of afghanistan. the taliban has pushed into the capitol of the aye urozgan providence. erin: they say authorities only havetr headquarters, which the taliban is trying to take over. all check points have been overrun or destroy. there's no word on how many have been injured or killed. sean: they say a russian fighter jet flew within ten feet. they say the jet made the unsafe maneuver has they were conducting routine operations. the russian jet conducted four intercepts. the one that was
not have its transponders on and approached russia's border twice a spokesperson said. erin: three kids were sent to the hospital after high levels of carbon monoxide was found in a massachusetts apartment building. >> it smelled like a car was running in the apartment. i went down to the basement. it smelled really bad. erin: the incident was reported he called his landlord after smelling a strange odor. they detected high levels of carbon monoxide. the building was evacuated and aired out. the six people taken are expected to be okay. sean: two manchester police officer who were shot in the line of duty in may are back on the job. ourses ryan hardy and matt o'connor returned to work two weeks ago. they were shot during the pursuit of a suspect. hardy was shot in the
leg. they both work the mid night shift and requested no fanfare. >> i do know the community is emotionally invested in their recovery. it's meant a lot to me and the department. i was hoping to offer the community some visuals of the brave men back to work. being the humble officers they are and, you know, they just wanted to come in quietly. that's what they've don. sean: the alleged gunman is being held the trial on capital murder charges. erin: an organization is hosting an open house in nashua today. group the will be opening its stores from 3:30 until 6:00 p.m. the clinic combines aa style therapy with medication-assisted treatment many an effort to reduce drug dependence. you can learn more by heading to joingroups.com. sean: the famed ground zero flag has reportedly been found.
a fire station in everett, washington two years ago by a man who claimed to be a marine. it was eventually 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 original photograph, you see a certain black electric tape holding two lines together. it had the same general profile. this c the iconic flag is at the 9/11 museum ahead of the commemorationer is ceremony. erin: a california man caught a lucky break. check out the nugget. he's not sure where he discovered the gold which weighs about 18 ounces. he says prospecting and he makes enough money to get by on the gold he
his wallet. >> i would like to see the man get 70. >> $70,000? >> $70,000. erin: not too bad. the nugget will spark the interest of collectors which could drive the price up higher. sean: he's not exactly sure where he found it. he's not telling anybody. erin: he's headed back there though. sean: he sure is. erin: scientists have long known sour, bitter, and savory. they want to add starchy now. sean: starchy may explain why we like eating carbohydrate-heavy food. many of them described the liquid solution as starchy. it suggests that starch can be tasted. erin: moving into sports, the
last night. the padres honored david ortiz before the game which is his last at petco park. they gave him this. a custom surfboard. the former red sox play by play is from conway in new hampshire. he's now the padres play by play announcer. in the second inning, travis shaw hit a home run. a two-run shot that gave boston a 2-1 lead. hanley ramirez hit a homer in the eighth. afterha added a pinch hit homer to help boston win it. the red sox are one game ahead of the toronto blue jays. sean: hot bats out there. ryan lochte is facing suspension. a source says lochte will be suspended for ten months and 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
raisman, is looking to add more medals to her record. she announced yesterday she's training for the 2020 games in tokyo. >> i'm really excite. i thought i was in the best shape of my life in 2012. i was even better now. i'm excited to see what will happen in 2020. erin: who knows. maybe more gold. raisman says she is taking the year off before starting to train again. sean: good luck to her. on the web site this morning, we're featuring a slide show of the nfl's highest paid here. look at top five. andrew luck of the indianapolis colts comes in first making $24.500,000. carson palmer of the arizona cardinals coming in second with $24.3 million, joe flacco is making $22 million, green bay packers quarterback, aaron rodgers, also makes $22 million; russell wilson
tom brady came in 11th making $20.5 million. the poor guy falls down the list. what are you going to do? conference number one in our hearts. we start off with fairly quiet conditions. we have fog to contend with in areas. other spots it is low clouds. upper 50's in parts of the north country early this morning. lower to mid 60's. even a few upper 60's closer to the shoreline. dewpoints are running in the 60's. 64 on top of mt. washington with sunshine there. looks like it is going to be mainly fair skies. most certain in the western and northern half of the state. a little bit more uncertain the closer you get to the shoreline. the clouds may be a bit stubborn today. holding temperatures in the upper range of the 70's. above 80 elsewhere, you see at least one or two breaks of sunshine. we're looking at the chance of a passing shower later tonight or thunderstorms. lows ill be in the 60's with the humidity still in play through tomorrow. even into saturday with
the chance of showers or a thunderstorm saturday evening will be the difference between the summer-like warmth we'll have and that taste of fall coming back into the air for the first half of next week. you can see partial sunshine out there this morning. the low clouds burn off. we will continue to see the sunshine develop. the exception to that may be the thicker cloud cover closer to the shoreline. we'll call it mostly cloudy skies. there could be a couple of sunny breaks. back to the west, broken line of showers approaching. tomorrow morning setting up the warmest day tomorrow. for the time being looking at the showers dying away. if we're going to see a shower during the daylight hours, the best chance would be in north western sections. temperatures in the 60's to near 70 degrees in the southern half of the state. patchy fog again an issue in some spots. visibilities are down to less than a quarter of a mile. you get farther north, it is either side of 60. low clouds giving way to
sunshine, the warmer the temperatures will be. visibilities are going to be pretty stubborn closer to the shoreline. you can see the thickest of the fog right now located in the north country and as you get closer to the shoreline. dewpoints still running in the 60's. the numbers aren't expected to move all that much through saturday before the second of the two systems make it ises way in. highs today in the low to mid 80's. upper 70's at the coastline. we'll look at partial sunshine. a quick-moving system r thunderstorm. 60's to lower 70's. tomorrow a jump into the 80's for most. maybe as high as 87 to 89 in southern locations. that will be with sunshine tomorrow. then the second of the two systems arriving saturday evening looks to bring in more refreshing air on sunday. that will be with the building northwesterly wind. for the time being, we have the warmth and humidity in place. temperatures up a couple of extra degrees today. then a few more degrees
temperatures as warm as they will be tomorrow afternoon. mid to upper 80's before dropping back. the difference saturday to sunday will be very noticeable as far as the humidity is concerned, especially as the picks up on sunday. it will be that way for most of the next week. sean: fans in the classrooms. uncomfortable for the kids. durham has made the list of the safest towns in america. safest compiled crime statistic. durham, which is host to the university of new hampshire is listed as the sixth safest college town. last year it came in sixth as well. minnesota took the top followed by minnesota, charleston, and grand rapids. erin: still ahead, a final look at top storyies, including a
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high school is mourning the death of a student. ray: the principal sending a letter home to parents informing them saying the high school junior died from a drug overdose. her name is not being released. plaistow police say they are investigating the death. they should be able to release more information later today. erin: manchester police are on the lookout for an armed robbery suspect. they say 20-year-old thomas ford jr. held up han's food mar the 81,000 -- 81-year-old owner. ford is consideredded armed and dangerous. sean: a former nursing home employee will spend a year and a half behind bars after sexually assaulting a woman in his care. as part of the plea deal, he will never work as a nurse again. erin: jim rubens is challenging incumbent senator kelly ayotte. tonight the republican candidates for the second congressional
head. surgeries all right. if you are heading out the door, check out some travel times. i-93 manchester to boston is an hour and 16 minute. 95 portsmouth to boston it about an hour 13 right now. kevin: a little bit of fog. some of the visibilities down to less than a quarter of a mile. that will be burning off to par essential sunshine away from the shoreline. upper 70's to mid 80's today. 80's statewide with sunshine and the humidity in place tomorrow. look lik fairly warm on saturday with an increase in clouds later in the day. it could be some showers saturday night or very early sunday morning before giving way to lower humidity on sunday. erin: the fog we're seeing could slow your morning commute. coming up next, elizabeth vargus opens up about her personal battle with alcohol addiction. dr. richard besser will weigh in on her situation. that's ahead.
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