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sean: challenges facing law enforcement. kevin: it is a wet start. will it continue with the warmth and humidity? the details ahead. erin: community support. how to help a local single father and his young child after a serious crash over the weekend.
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daybreak." erin: good morning, new hampshire. thanks for starting your week with us. i'm erin fehlau. sean: i'm sean mcdonald. much needed rainfall. it's a while since i heard it coming down like that in buckets. kevin: i wouldn't be surprised if they get over three inches. it has been coming down hard in southern parts of the state. lesser amounts inch of rain not out of the real of possibility. most focused of the rainfall in central and southern areas of the state. a couple of rumbles of thunder to go along with it. the back edge making its way into western parts of vermont will be crossing the state during the morning commute. 60's to start. dewpoints in the 60's with highs into the 70's. a lot drier of an afternoon. the forecast coming up. let's look at your morning ride joined live
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deb: good morning, kevin. all of the heavy rain is causing significant delays. right now we're seeing some heavy delays on the everett turnpike southbound. heavy and slow on the northbound side. 93 south is stop and go traffic. in northwood, some heavy delays at 202 and route 4. in massachusetts, a serious crash on southbound at route 3 in lowell. only the right lane is squeaking by. we're seeing some significant delays through the stretch as well. from the traffic network, i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean: thanks. topping our news, space is getting tight in concord this morning. it is not just because of a massive rescue last week. erin: shelter officials say animals continue to pour in over the weekend. their finances are running thin. ray brewer joins us now
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ray: the spca shelter in concord took in 40 animals on thursday. most of those rescued from a local apartment. over the weekend they took over care for another 27 animals, including eight very sick puppy. one of those puppies, named pickle, is receiving critical care. last year the shelter took in 21 animals. this year the number is at 68. they are even using bathrooms as overflow creating a financial strain. just the number of spayings and neutering needed was expensive of the sick puppies add an extra cost. >> clearly feeding the animals is the number one priority as well as all of the medical care. anyone interested in helping are welcome to drop off any kind of supplies that you would need to clean a home or help take care of an animal. sean: now the spca did hold a
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lot. other donations are coming in as well. they hope that all of the animals will be available for adoption. they are asking for patients as they handle the unusual numbers. in the studio, ray brewer, wmur news 9. erin: all right. thanks. sean: one person is dead after a motorcycle crashed on route 28 in londonderry last night. police say the motorcycle was the only vehicle involved in the crash near the restaurant just before 8:00. the road was closed for several hours because of this. the cause of the crash remains under investigation. new this morning, a teenager from new fields is recovering from serious injuries after crashing his atv in sanddown. fish and game say the teen was riding alone when he lost control in the soft sand and crashed over an embankment. they say he was wearing all of the proper protective gear. the man accused of robbing the bank of america in manchester last week is expected to
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27-year-old justin brady was arrested on friday and charged with robbery. police say they think brady also cased another bank in the city and was recognized by employees there. erin: the fbi is now questioning five people in connection with the explosion in manhattan on saturday that injured 29 people. the five people were detained after a traffic stop. so far no charges have been announced. now officials want to know if there's any connection to the devices found in new rs nbc's ray ramundi reports. reporter: good morning. multiple law enforcement agencies saying the news that happened here right behind me and the one that happened in seaside park new jersey could belinged by what appear to be similar cell phones used to detonate both devices.
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five devices found inside of a backpack. one of them exploding after bomb experts attempted to disarm it. this while authorities say it was near the bridge late sunday night where fbi agents stopped what they call a vehicle of interest connected to the bombings. federal authorities trying to get a clearer picture as to who is responsible for placing the device in thatman hath tan neighborhood. law enforcement on the >> the evidence that we've collected is being taken for review. we're following every viable lead as we continue to work jointly with the n.y.p.d. >> federal authorities looking into a pipe bomb which exploded in the trash can 60 mile away in new jersey is related to the bombings in new york city. new york city is bracing for ab onslaught of security with world leaders arriving for the u.n. general assembly. law enforcement officials are strongly
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suspicious. ray raimundi, abc news, new york. erin: a two-day symposium to honor the life of james foley, the journalist. it is being held at the alma mater, u mass amherst. it is called the task of witnesses. he was kidnapped by isis and killed in 2014. it will begin with a screening about a documentary about his parents. sean: they plan to return to a brush fire in hooksett. they are hoping to get some help. the fire was first spotted sad afternoon. it was contained by last night. officials think the fire had likely been burning for several days. it may have been sparked by lightning or possibility a campfire. with the drought, the fire burned deep into the ground and getting enough water to douse the fire was a challenge.
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seriously hurt in the car crash and provide care for his 10-month-old son. nick ford and a friend had to be cut from the wreckage after crushing on friday. they were both blown to boston hospitals. ford's family says he suffered several broken bones and is facing multiple surgeries. they hope he will be able to walk again. to learn how to help, including a link to the go fund me sean: we wish him the best. honor flight completed another important trip. erin: exciting news, the changing being made to the popular freedom pass. sean: update on the injury to patriots quarterback, jimmy garoppolo.
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sean: surfers were bitten by sharks in a matter of hours. none of the injuries are considered life threatening. at least one person did suffer what is described as significant wounds to his leg. it is not clear what type of sharkses attacked. witnesses say there were
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water. erin: still a couple of months away. there's a couple of exciting announcements for skiers. the freedom pass provides a ticket each day at participanting mountains. now the extra $50 has been dropped. the number of mountains taking part has been doubled to 13. to learn more, do to the escape outside section of sean: it will be here honor flight made its 34rd trip to washington. 54 world war ii and korean war veterans, including several from new hampshire made the journey to d.c. to see the memorials. this flight included one of the legendary tuskegee airmen.
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woodhouse. erin: it is really a great program. it is 12 past the hour. the miracle on the hudson made national news. could it hold on to the top spot for the second week in a row? sean: plus the highlights and big winners which are handed out
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sean: the miracle on the hudson continues to grab attention. = "sully" took in $22 million over the weekend to hang on to the top spot for a second weekend in a row. "sully" has pulled in more than 70 million total. "blair witch" and "bridget jones' baby" were second and third.
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played the von trapp daughters has passed away. she sang the classic song "16 going on 17." she later wrote two books about maying the movie. she was 73. erin: it was a big night for hollywood. the 68th annual emmy awards were handed out live right here on channel 9 with some big first time winners. lauren lister was there for the ceremony and shares some of the reporter: the 68th annual emmy awards kicked off the celebration with some of the year's most celebrated tv characters. host jimmy kimmel flying in on a dragon and setting the stage for a night that had hbo's "game of thrones" facing off with fx's "o.j. simpson." >> if your show doesn't have a dragon or white bronco in it, go home now.
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politics making it into the show with julia dreyfuss winning her eighth emmy. >> our show started out as a political satire. it now feels like a sobering documentary. reporter: the actress that played clinton. there was a jeb bush cameo, and kimmel singling out the producer of "celebrity apprentice." >> watch reality show. we are living in one. >> please give transgender talent a chance. >> please tell me you are seeing this too. >> i feel so lucky to be on a show that puts women at the center. reporter: winning outstanding limited series and the winning comedy and drama series. >> "game of thrones." reporter: now they are tearing down the emmy red carpet. it is not over.
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awards to the afterparties. in los angeles, i'm lauren lister, abc news. erin: i love that jimmy had his mom making peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for the crowd if they got hungry. kevin: you can go no wrong with a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. pictures on top of mt. washington. it is interesting. they said it is one of the few has ever caught the creature up there. you will see bigger beasts up there. interesting to wonder how that got up there at 6,000 feet. no doubt enjoying the weather up there this morning where it is rainfall and 47 degrees on top of the rock pile. for the rest of us, it has been some beneficial rainfall. i haven't said that that quite a while. we're talking a good soaking southern areas of the statewide spread. we're talking over an inch and a half to two
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locally near three inches plus of rainfall in south western sections of the state. the rainfall continues to come down, now focused in central and south eastern spots, even a couple of thunderstorms. no strong weather overnight. heavier downpours are going to lead us to a couple of areas with some ponding in area roadways. tough it drain all of that. bear that in mind as you head out. back tour in a few extra minutes. take it slower as the rainfall continues to drain i that it needs to go. beneficial rainfall. it was the heaviest and most organized of the rainfall we'll have today. a lot of what is lined up to the south, passing to the south. nonetheless southern areas of the state standing that chance of an additional shower or thundershower into the afternoon. can't rule out with a few breaks in the overcast up north that you may see an additional thundershower pop up later on today as well. heaviest of the rainfall focused from the lakes region through manchester into nashua.
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the seacoast hasn't seen a tremendous amount of rainfall. that's headed in your direction. a quick inch between now and 9:00. up north we're looking at a lighter version of the heavier rainfall that's going on in southern areas. you have been better off as far as the drought situation has been concerned. the areas that have sorely needed getting it at this point. this is nothing but good news. temperatures in the 60's. dewpoints al in the 60's. temperatures themselves will get into the 70's. back into the lower hal sticking around through tomorrow. the warmth through wednesday before eventually we start to cool things off at the end of the week and certainly by the time we get toward next weekend. the heaviest of the rainfall focused just to the south may spread a few additional showers or thundershowers into southern areas for the state this afternoon. partial clearing will set up patchy fog. warm temperatures out there tomorrow. 78 to 86 from north to south. we start to cool it off. it becomes a lot less humid on wednesday.
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season on thursday with temperatures either side of 80. a blend of sunshine and clouds ahead of the next system that arrives on friday. that front friday may have a couple of showers with it in the north country. it will be the leading edge of even cooler air that's going to arrive after a shower early saturday. we're talking high in the 60's for most over the weekend. we may not be out of the 50's in the north country on sunday with a pretty good breeze. sean: this is good to know. i cut my finge kevin: it is cooling off. sean: there you go. the top stories with ray brewer. r the spca is appealing to the public for help. they took in 40 animals on thursday and another 27 over the weekend. last week -- last year rather the shelter took in 21 animals during the week. this year the number is at 68. it is all creating a financial strain.
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in londonderry. the motorcycle was the only vehicle involved in the crash near the restaurant just before 8:00. the man accused of robbing the bank of america on hooksett road in manchester last week is expected to be in court today. 27-year-old justin brady was arrested on friday and charged with robbery. erin: and coming up on "daybreak," talk about birthday luck. the incredible streak one woman is on in las vegas.
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brenda willis: when washington bureaucrats threatened access kelly ayotte stopped them. david goethel: and when red tape threatened to crush new hampshire's fishing communities, kelly fought to save us. cheryl coletti-lawson: kelly's legislation on the heroin epidemic
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to conserve our environment... becky stafford: kelly is so committed to our veterans and cares about our needs. marc baillargeon: kelly protected our jobs at the shipyard. kelly is one of us. veteran: she's not forgotten where she's come from. brenda willis: she cares. dean kamen: that's kelly - an independent leader, fighting for new hampshire. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte and i approved this message. sean: a california woman is celebrating an incredible streak of birthday luck in las vegas. erin: you could say that. it started 20 years ago. she asked her father to
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erin: good morning. we could use the rain. a lot of people happy to see it. sean: we needed some ridge rainfall. one to three inches. first let's get to the top stories on monday. five people are being questioned in connection with a weekend bombing in new york that injured 29 people. they found five more explosive devices in new jersey. the pope memorial spca in concord is in dire need of taking in more than two dozen names over the weekend on top of the 40 cats and dogs it took in on thursday. bowe police are asking for the public's help in tracking down a burglar suspect that fled into the woods when officers tried to arrest him. erin: if there's one thing the drought has taught us, it is to appreciate the rain. kevin: nature's bounty.
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lesser amounts farther north. we need the rainfall. we can't be picky on when it is coming, how heavy it is coming town. we'll just take it. temperatures in the 60's. dewpoints also in the 60's. temperatures into the 70's. most organized are the rainfall will be this morning. it will become a lot more widely scattered. erin: uh-huh. the lawns are happy; right? we want to check the roads for think morning. here's a live look at how things are moving on 93 from the hooksett camera. the rain is kevin: yeah. my lawn is dead. joined live by deb davidson. deb: good morning. my well is very happy. right now we're seeing some slow-moving volume as you are making your way from concord to new london. it is heavy in the upper valley area. 93 south right now is a slow ride from exit three in windham all the way down into boston. 93 north is heavy and
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nashua by exit one. those delays continue down to the 95 connector in burlington, massachusetts. in a crash on 495 southbound. only the right lane is getting through. significant delays through that stretch. from the traffic network, i'm deb davidson. sean: thanks. the heavy rain is not only causing but it is causing problems. >> i got my car out. the rest of the people weren't so lucky. erin: here's a live look. we're told the water is starting to recede. it is leaving some
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lot of puddles and hydroplaning. explosions in new york and new jersey left more than two dozen people juried. erin: the fbi is stopping people. jennifer davis with the latest. reporter: they are now questions five people. this morning n.y.p.d. residents wake up to damage. they toured the area following the explosion in the busing health 15 district. surveillance video showing the force of the explosion that injured 29 people, spreading fear reminiscent of the 9/11 attacks. >> people were scared.
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dumpster. a second unexploded pressure device found blocks away. they are looking into whether the devices are connected, as well as any possible link to the pipe bomb blast earlier in the day. cell phones were discovered. expressing relief and the damage wasn't worse. >> when you see the amount of damage we really were at the time. >> the governor says it is still early in the investigation. at this point, there's no evidence the chelsea bombing is connected to international terrorism. erin: the pope memorial is asking for help as it deals with a major influx of animals. sean: the shelter took in 38
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now funds are running short. ray: it took in 68 animals at the same time a year ago it took in 21 animals. a majority of the cats and dogs were rescued from several more strays. 15 more on sunday including eight puppies that are very sick. the overflow of animals is forcing the staff to use the bathrooms as temporary homes. donations have been coming in, more money and tries are needed to help care for all of the
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>> we want to bring all of them up to late. ray: some of the animals will be available for adoption within the next couple of weeks. there are plenty of other animals there that need homes. if you would like to help, find information on how to make a donations by heading to the web site at in the studio, ray brewer, wmur news 9. erin: thank you. new on "daybreak," a woman from gilmanton is facing after she lead them on a chase while driving drunk. it all started shortly before 11:00 when belmont police say they clocked sherri driving 90 miles per hour in a 45 mile per hour zone on route 106. officers tried to stop the pickup truck. it kept speeding into laconia and then into gilford. they caught up with the truck when it stopped at a mcdonald's. officers say she refused
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window to arrest her. she's scheduled to be arraigned today. sean: officers say they were trying to arrest 38-year-old christopher benson when he took off running. benson is now wanted for resisting arrest. he was last seen running into the woods behind the circle k. benson was wearing yellow shorts and a black t-shirt. they believe he is in the concord area. officers say he also has ties to weare. erin: the driver accusedf pizza shop killing two people, including a derryfield school graduate is set to face a judge today. 55-year-old brad casler is facing charges of motorcycle homicide and driving to endangerer. the charges stem from a deadly accident in march in which he slammed into a restaurant in newton, massachusetts.
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injured. sean: lebanon police are investigating a possible meth lab. they found it inside a home while conducting a welfare check yesterday morning. the unit was evacuated. at last check, police were waiting for a search warrant to continue looking through that home. they are expected to release more information later today. erin: the navy has abandoned its third attempt to enlist the private sector to re-develop a in 19 74. the navy has no plans for its future use. it is too costly to repair and too expensive to tear down. sean: what will become the only senior living facility in the north country. the morrison will be breaking ground.
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compelled to embark on the project due to the need of senior housing in the area. erin: concord is stuffing its cruiser full of food. stuff the cruiser event took place at the market basket yesterday. volunteers collected non-perishable food items. more stuff a cruiser events will be held this week. people can drop off police department. sean: big thank you to everybody that helped out. coming up, a tough break for the new england patriots dug their home opener. quarterback, jimmy garoppolo, left the game. what fellow players are saying about the new hurdle. erin: health officials are issuing a warning to chicken owners. why they are being told to not kiss their birds. kevin: much needed rainfall and other chances coming up.
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kevin: wet start to monday morning. the heaviest of which will continue to wind down. humidity high today with temperatures climbing back into the 70's
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much more and other rain chances with your forecast coming up. sean: that mean, we needed it. the patriots won the home opener beating the dolphins 31-24. the win came at a cost. quarterback, jimmy garoppolo, suffered an injury. garoppolo, who is filling in for tom brady, was great while he was in the game. two touchdown passes and completed 18 of 27 passes f three touchdowns. look at this. then he got hurt. late in the second quarter, garoppolo was driven into the ground. he left the game and was taken to the hospital for tests. now our sister station, wcbb, learned that garoppolo suffered a strained shoulder. he is expected to miss thursday's game against the houston texans. he will be monitored day to day. that means rookie,
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now. we'll see it they pick somebody up. erin: the red sox completed a four-game sweep last night. drew pomeranz got the start for the sox and spotted the yankees 4-0 lead. hanley ramirez came through again belting a three-run home run in the bottom of the fifth. his 27th of the season. the game was tied at four in the seventh when ramirez did it again. this time hitting a solo home run. the red sox rallied from behind to win it 5 series at baltimore tonight. sean: it is a hot back. the sprint cup chase began in chicago. a late caution caused a green/white checkered finish. martin truex jr. was strong, able to get past and hold on for the win. last the third win of the season for the 78 which qualifies him for the next round of the chase. joey logano was second, followed by chase
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keslowski. next week it is here in new hampshire. erin: a man got himself into an unusual predictment. his head got stuck. the man dropped his phone in the water and tried to get it back, but ended up getting his head lodged between the rocks. firefighters worked for two and a half hours to free him. they could not use air bags, because the rocks could have shifted. they went with a different method. >> lots of olive oil did the trick. we managed to spray him down and applied a lot of olive oil. we were able to dislodge him. he was in good spirits. he's a healthy 31-year-old male. erin: the man was treated to hypothermia and a minor injury to his foot. they got him out. sean: the cdc is urging chicken owners to refrain from kissing
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cases. a number of people got it from kissing their chickens. according to the cdc's research, 13% of chicken-related salmonella cases they studied from 1990 to 2014 were due in part to people kissing or snuggling their fowl. erin: interesting. are you having trouble sleeping? it could have something to do what you are eating. the best according to the best include cherries, milk, jasmine rice, bananas, and sweet potatoes. the worst include chicken, wine, dark chocolate, indian curry, and bacon cheeseburgers. sean: doesn't that make you sleep? i'm so stuffed i'm going to take a nap. i just love the sleep file video. can we just keep reairing that.
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bacon cheeseburgers. erin: that sets you over the top. kevin: we start off with the wet highways. some spots over two to three inches of rainfall with what has come through overnight. lesser amounts farther north. the monadnock region picking up over two and a half inches of rain. we're going to continue to see it taper off over the next couple of hours. just light rain here and there through about 9:00 or 9:30. from there, it is a matter of scattered activity into the aften. temperatures today will get back into the 70's. dewpoints are in the 60's. it will be a warm and humid afternoon. partial clearing which will set up fog. mainly fair skies. the next system trying to arrive. a front on friday could make it feel autumn-like by the time we get toward the weekend. it has been rainfall and lightning and thunder overnight as well, as well some heavier downpours coming down. that's under selling it in a couple of south western spots.
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notice the focus of the rest of the rainfall looks to be sliding just to the south. southern areas of the state could get in on the activity into the afternoon. up north a few breaks in the overcast could lead to a thundershower. again we'll have enough humidity in the air any sort of sunshine may develop clouds and a pop-up shower or thundershower later into the afternoon. so lighter version of the rainfall back out west and even through south western parts of the state. we've seen the heaviest of the rainfall totals. now th i eastern and south eastern spots across the state. a lot of this will be edging east over the next couple of hour. this is the next organized activity we'll have around for the rest of the day. later into the afternoon we'll have a up -- couple of scattered thundershowers. we're looking at the quieter set of circumstances. temperatures with rain-cooled air in the 60's to near 70 degree this is morning. we really aren't expecting much of an improvement in the humidity scale until sometime tomorrow
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tomorrow evening. from there, less humid conditions on wednesday. for now, dewpoints will be in the 60's. temperatures themselves will be into the 70's through the afternoon. it will come with a mostly cloudy sky and maybe a couple more showers or thundershowers. best chance would be in far northern areas, and in southern spots where that next area of rain slides just to the south. partial clearing and patchy fog. tomorrow a good deal of sunshine around. a small chance of a shower up north. mostly sunny skies. for tomorrow, highs with most locations into the low to mid 80's. we start to fall back on wednesday. first day of autumn on thursday. looks like we'll have partly sunny sky. temperatures in the 70's to lower range of the 80's. 70's out there today. nothing nearly as organized as what we've been having around. some fog as we start the day tomorrow giving way to sunshine. still warm and humid out
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humidity for wednesday and thursday. we'll have another front arriving on friday. that could be some big changes making it feel more fall-like after the first day of fall on thursday by the time we get toward the weekend. sean: hanging on to some of the heat for a while. kevin: beneficial rainfall. the total is still coming in. erin: warm for the first day of fall. a special event was held in manchester over the weekend to benefit the children's hospital at dartmouth. this was the scene at storybook ball at manchester community college. i had the pleasure of emceeing the event. designers are invited to pick a children's book and decorate a table using that book as inspiration. more than 30 people created incredible storybook-themed table. >> c.h.a.d. helped my daughter and my family. i wanted to inspire others and get them to come out and create a table. it is just one less stress for the parents.
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my heart. i will do this every year as long as they continue to do it. i love it. erin: this year the children's hospital at dartmouth highlighted its program that treats babies who are born addicted to opioids. organizers had a goal of raising $150,000 for c.h.a.d. they say that the donations even surpass that. sean: great effort there. if you are looking for something fun to do today, you may want to head to rochester. the weekend with rides, pig races, and a hollywood circus performance. admission is free for those who want to visit the livestock. otherwise it is $15. it is always a fun event. looks like it is going to b nice weather. erin: it does. it is now 6:51. still ahead this morning, a final check on your top stories, including a look at how all of this rain out there could impact some
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erin: it is now 6:55. updating the top stories. sean: the pope memorial spca in concord is asking for help as it deals with a major influx of animals. the shelter took in 38 cats and two dogs. over the weekend, 27 more animals were taken in. now donations are needed of the pets. erin: a woman is facing charges after she led them on a chase through belmont, laconia, and phil ford. when they finally caught up with sherry giddis, she refused to open the door. sean: a motorcyclist was riding last night when the bike crashed near the yard restaurant. the victim's name has
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erin: the heavy rain is causing problems for some people in concord. one man woke up with about two feet of rain. they are working to help people get water out of their homes. kevin: if you slept through this, heavy rainfall. we are expecting temperatures to edge upward. thundershower this afternoon. erin: all right.
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good morning, america. breaking news. a new explosion overnight at a new jersey train station. after a backpack with five devices discovered near the tracks. authorities detain five people during a traffic stop at a new york city bridge. millions of commuters on edge. >> this is the nightmare scenario. >> the now investigating after a weekend of terror. >> explosion from a garbage pail. >> that blast on a crowded street injuring dozens. >> big black clouds of like smoke. >> another bomb going off at a charity race for the military in new jersey. and isis taking credit for an take at a minnesota mall. the candidates weigh in. >> we better get very, very tough, folks. >> it's always wiser to wait.


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