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sean: now on "daybreak," suspect arrested. they want to know why he did it. erin: stepped up security. how they are prepare for huge clouds. kevin: early clouds and cog gives way to sunshine. how long it lasts with future cast ahead. >> our daughter, courtney, isn't coming home. we can do a lot to save other lives. sean: fighting the drug crisis, a family takes their story to washington to push for more funding and resources. >> no one covers new
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daybreak." erin: good morning, new hampshire. thanks for joining us. i'm erin fehlau. sean: good morning. i'm sean mcdonald. it hadn't felt like this in a long time. it still feels muggy. kevin: that's a good word for it. we have fog in the air. it is few hours for that to improve. we're going to set ourselves up with partly cloudy skies. you notice some high to mid level clouds. temperatures are in the 60's early on. we have visibilities early this morning going anywhere from let's say a quarter of a mile to two miles in places. looking at high temperatures today, they will climb into the 80's just about statewide into the afternoon with a light breeze out of the southwest. much more on the rest of your workweek coming up. let's looing at your tuesday morning ride.
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davidson. deb: good morning. we're seeing some delays in the nashua area. the highway is heavy on and also on the turnpike area. it is heavy by the northbound side by exit 13. if you are getting ready to commute, expect some slow-moving volume as you are approaching the hooksett rest area. it is slow on the southbound side through the area as well. if you are heading into massachusetts right now, all of the major roa from the wzid traffic network, i'm deb davidson. erin: federal investigators are looking into the man who carried out attacks. sean: ahmad rahami was arrested yesterday.
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murders of police officers. abc maggie rulli reports from new york. reporter: good morning. it began here and took police to a bar in new jersey where it all ended in a dramatic scene. crossing two states the search for the suspected serial bomber ends in gunfire. >> there's a guy shooting a gun. reporter: unfolding after they sent a text alert of the suspect. the o o linden, new jersey, seeing a man sleeping in his hallway and calls the police. they recognize the suspect. rahami flees on foot, shooting as other police officer pursues him. the takedown is 48 hour after the device exploded. we know rahami is a naturalized american citizen born in afghanistan. and the fbi found more bombs when they searched his apartment. officials tell abc news that rahami traveled to
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wife in pakistan. >> if he had made frequent trips to afghanistan, then investigators, in particular, the fbi are going to have to figure out who he visited and what was the real purpose of his trip. reporter: authorities tell abc news that rahami is refusing to answer any questions or give his name. they are digging into his life online and into the trip in afghanistan, trying to find a motive and figure out if he was really working alone. sean: where there have been no threats against new hampshire, state officials are urging everyone to be on alert and report anything suspicious. erin: with race weekend days away at the new hampshire motor speedway, safety is the top priority. ray brewer is live at track in lowden this morning with more on the
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ray: there are hundreds of fans here at track. the fans are getting geared up for the new england 300. the sprint cup is the next stop in the case for the cup. thousands of people expected to be here. security always a good concern, even more so in light of what happened in new york, new jersey, and minnesota. they can't discuss the specifics of their security plans. they've been getting ready for months, long before the attacks. state emergency management officials say there are some new steps being taken granite staters safe. some actions that people will see and some actions they don't. >> we always suggest to the fans if you see something, say something of we want to make sure when the fans come out the races, they are able to enjoy themselves and all of the activities that we have at new hampshire motor speedway. sean: they are not expecting any problems. they always take safety very seriously. reporting live in
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erin: is man is recovers after she was struck by a car in manchester. the man was hit around 7:15 last night. he is being treated for serious but non-life threatening injuries. no charges have been filed against the driver. jury selection is underway at trial of the driver charged in connection with a deadly hayride crash in maine. david brown is charged with reckless conduct. he was driving the jeep that crashed 17-year-old girl and injuring a dozen other people. the trial was moved to a different county because of the publicity surrounding the case. a new york man is accused of sexually assaulting an 11-year-old girl in nashua. 46-year-old felix perez faces aggravated felonious sexual assault. he knew the child. it happened between april and august and stopped when perez moved
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police say that the allegations are serious and disturbing. perez is due back in court later this month. sean: this is national prescription opioid and heroin epidemic awareness week. a new hampshire family got to share their story of loss. next week marks two years since pamela and doug lost their daughter to a heroin overdose. they struggled to find treatment and insurance coverage for the held memorials and launched a non-profit about a comprehensive addiction and recovery act. >> we're doing this because there wasn't help for our daughter. there's help for the other addicts that need it. our efforts will help them. >> while we're doing everything that we can, that congress needs to appropriate more money for treatment. it is the single biggest issue that we hear from parents, from law enforcement officers, from physicians, that we
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sean: they hope to open a farm. people can transition and work and learn about life. >> more than enforcement is needed. we have to prevent the problem through education. sean: and the department of justice is stepping up efforts to fight the epidemic. coming up in 30 minutes, hear from loretta lynch and what the feds will do to help states. erin: still to come this morning, helping provides thousands of meals. the amount of donated to the new hampshire food bank. sean: new home. a food pantry serving hundreds of families is on the move so it can provide more help. erin: ahead at 5:30 this morning, the goodwill store in hooksett was evacuated after
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when i first found out that carl had been using heroin on and off for a year. i immediately thought not my son. i found him in his bathroom with a syringe still in his hand and that was the worst day of my life. annie kuster is leading the fight regarding this opioid epidemic. she's trying to do everything she can to get laws changed. so this doesn't happen again. she's definitely a leader. i'm annie kuster and i approved this message.
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there were times we were looking at visibility 1/16th of a mile. we have low clouds and fog that will take several hours to burn off before the sunrises. from there, we should be warming up into the afternoon with the humidity. details on the rest of the workweek coming up. erin: thank you. september is hunger action month in new hampshire. the new hampshire food bank is getting a big boost. sean: that's right. metro walls $20,000 to the food bank yesterday. the money will help thousands of families. the manchester-based business has been supporting the food bank since 2011. it has donated more than $80,000 in the time. >> i love the organization and the people here. they do a great job. and what better way to help the community than to help feed people. >> the food bank with money like that, we have the ability to turn every dollar donated
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it in new hampshire. sean: kudos to them. last year the food bank distributed more than $12 million pounds of food. that's a 55% increase over four years ago. erin: there's good news for the seacoast family food pantry in portsmouth. the pantry is officially moving into a new home at 210 west road this morning. until now the pantry has been at the city hall building. officials say the move will provide more storage space for food and allow them to grow to serve their the seacoast family food pantry provides more than 275,000 meals each year. so it is great to see so many people helping those pantries out. average lot of people doing good work. 5:12. a warning before you make your breakfast. why thousands of eggo waffles are being recalled.
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narrator: over and over it's been their agenda:
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kelly ayotte and washington republicans voted 6 different times to defund planned parenthood. they're on a crusade to block services new hampshire women and families depend on: cancer screenings, birth control, basic women's healthcare. kelly ayotte and washington republicans have put defunding planned parenthood at the top of their agenda... and it's time for that to change. i'm maggie hassan and i approve this message. we are one nation under god. i'm maggie hassan that black and white, we are one nation indivisible. that republican and democrat, we are all americans. i'd like to punch him in the face. you know what they used to do to guys like that? they'd be carried out in a stretcher, folks. i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters. priorities usa action is responsible
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erin: federal health officials say a neighborhood is clear of zika. they are still warning pregnant women at traveling to the area. the cdc says thanks to aerial spraying, the arts district is no longer an area of active transitions. that was the first place on the u.s. mainland where mosquitoes started transmitting zika. more positive mosquitoes are turning up at sean: a new hampshire hospital is looking for a new chief medical officer after david folks announced he's resigning. dhhs has not said why he is leaving. this comes ahead an ongoing controversy for a state contract for staff. folks released a statement last night saying in part i've made the difficult decision to leave my position as chief medical officer at nhh. i urge state officials
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relationship between nhh and the department of sigh cry cry -- psychiatry for the benefit of new hampshire. erin: people who have the samsung galaxy note 7 can get new phones. it was recalled after the phones reported catching fire. they can pick up their fro replacement tomorrow from samsung, wireless carrier, or the store where they bought the phone originally. the exchange program started yesterday in other countries. many customers reported problems getting a new phone. you may want to lego your eggo. they are recalling 10,000 cases of the whole wheat waffles because they could be contaminated with listeria. they were sold in 25 states, including new hampshire and almost all of new england. they are sold in
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of november 21st and 22nd, 2017. sean: changes could be coming to the red line in boston. they are looking to replace 86 trains instead of overhauling them. upgrading would mean the red line could carry 50% more passengers. get this, putting premium gas in your car is a waste of money. that's according to research from aa. the auto club says using premium does not fuel economy, nor does it reduce emissions or clean engines any better than regular gas. with premium costing around 50% -- 50 cents per gallon more than regular aa says drivers wasted more than $2 million. when i drive around in the porsche, it requires me to put in premium.
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car. i'm like sorry, kevin. kevin: the very small -- you know -- hand crank the whole thing. we've start off and notice we have visibilities okay in certain locations. other areas contending with some pretty thick fog. visibility is down to less than a quarter of a mile. this is due to all of the heavy rainfall and the lingering humidity and you have those longer evenings this time of year as we approach the first day we continue to have some patchy fog. we'll play it all over again later on tonight in spots. early fog giving way to sunshine. most locations across the state best 80 degrees this afternoon. dewpoints will be starting in the 60's. that will start to fade later on this afternoon and feeling a lot less humid and more comfortable by tomorrow. partial clearing later on tonight. fair skies tomorrow and thursday with a good deal of sunshine and lower humidity both days.
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a pretty big dip in temperature in time for next weekend. it is all about wind direction. it is out of the south and southwest. that continues to bring in some humidity. you'll notice as the fog burns off this morning, still some high clouds drifting through early on. again we'll give way to partial sunshine. for a few areas, this is going to be stubborn. it may take into the afternoon for it to occur. up in the north country today, a weak front sliding toward you with a couple of areas of a broken line of showers and one or could wander in. temperatures ahead of that near 60 up north. mid to upper 60's. a 20 degree climb into most locations. you'll notice here we mention the word patchy ahead of the word fog. this is why certain areas and other areas contending with visibilities. we'll have dewpoints still in the 60's this morning. they will start to lessen a touch through the afternoon, more noticeable by tomorrow with the sunshine out there. mild air goes all the
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you'll notice in the northern plains there's some cooler air to be had. event that gets here in time for the weekend. temperatures today in the 80's. a few less on the map by tomorrow. it will be less humid as well. mid 70's to lower 80's. more fog overnight tonight as well. we have the sunshine tomorrow and thursday. the front will start approaching on friday morning up in the north country and start to slide across the rest of the state friday afternoon or friday evening. not a huge fanfare with the front coming through. could be some scattered shs night. they will dwindle by early saturday morning. high temperatures up into the 80's after starting off in the 60's with the patchy fog and the low clouds. less humid by tonight and tomorrow. first day of fall for thursday with temperatures in the 70's to lower 80's. chance of a passing shower or thundershower on friday which should wrap up very early saturday morning. as skies clear, the breeze picks up out of the north and northwest. that brings in the cooler air. highs both days over the weekend not above 70
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sean: wow. kevin: 60's for the weekend. sean: might have to break out the big box that says sweaters on it. is that what you are saying? erin: sweater vests, i thought it was. kevin: yes. sean: just the big ones. sean: let's check out the top stories with ray brewer. ray: they aren't expecting any problems. new security steps are being taken as $100,000 fans are expected for the chase for the sprint cup. security is always a big concern, eve light of what happened in new york, new jersey, and minnesota. track officials say they can't discuss specifics. they've been getting ready for the months, long before the attacks to the south. sean: a man is recovering from serious injuries this morning after she was struck by a car in manchester. the man was hit around 7:15 last night near the shell station on hanover street. a new york man is accused of sexually assaulting an 11-year-old girl over the course of several months in nashua.
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faces sexually salt. they say he knew the child. erin: harry houdini was one of the greatest musicians. a pittsburgh man says he
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump says he alone can fix the problems we face. well i don't believe that's how you get things done in our country. it takes democrats and republicans working together. that's how we got health care for 8 million kids. rebuilt new york city after 9/11. and got the treaty cutting russia's nuclear arms.
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ll do as president. sean: there's a unique new professor at the university of southern california. he's quickly becoming a campus favorite. erin: why? professor beauregard is a therapy dog. he goes by beau for short. he's the first full time faculty facility dog
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many other schools bring in therapy dogs during the times. there he is. sean: i was going to say during finals he's in high demand. you see the professor. a magician in pittsburgh wants to replicate one of harry houdini's stunts. erin: he's planning to hang upsidedown and escape from a stunt jacket. it was planned 100 years to the day since houdini did the he says it will take him about ten minute. sean: wasn't the old trick he could dislocate his shoulders? erin: maybe. sean: i think something like that. rick porcello is making quite a case for the sy
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." sean: a live look at hampton beach. somewhere out there is kind of agromania start to tuesday. erin: we're going to see when it is going to lift this morning in the weather check. the new hampshire motor speedway has put a safety plan together for race weekend. 100,000 fans were expected to arrive. a man in hooksett after taking off is scheduled to face a judge today. and state police are investigating a deadly accident in charlestown. they say that a
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being hit by a car on route 12. kevin: in case you were counting, 53 hours left in the summer season. sean: i was counting. you see the little chalk marks. 53 hours left. it still feels like summer out there. kevin: it does. we have the warmth and humidity. temperatures in the 80's. pretty thick fog. temperatures starting in the 60's. again statewide just about everyone is above 80 degrees through the afternoon. with humidity still in play, it will start to lessen. sean: why don't we have you hang upsidedown? just for publicity? let's check out the roads for think morning. here's a live look at i-93. a little foggy. kevin: a lot of better ideas. we're joined live by deb davidson. good morning, deb. deb: good morning. right now 73 southbound is moving well. like you said, it is
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the low-lying areas that will reducing visibility through the stretches and also we're seeing the upper split down to the lower split. if you are heading into massachusetts, we are seeing some delays on 93 south through andover and that 495 connector. from the wzid traffic network, i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean: all right. thanks. the afghan immigrant accused of planting bombs in new york c in the hospital this morning after being shot by police. erin: he is now facing attempted murder charges. he is being held on $5.2 million bail. he was sleeping in the hallway of a bar when the owner called police, believing he was homeless. when the officer tried to wake him up, rahami pulled out the gun and started the fire. >> for the officer, i could just imagine he's going there to wake up the sleeping vagrant.
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with somebody who was hell bent on causing injury to him and god knows who else. erin: one officer was hit. another was cut by glass when the bullet shattered the window. other officers took rahami down. he's charged with five counts of attempted murder of a law enforcement officer. federal charges in the bombings have not yet been filed. sean: here in new hampshire, state leaders are urging people to report anything suspicious. there's no direct threat, but officials are on high alert. erin: ray brewer is in louden to tell us how they are preparing. ray: hundreds are here preparing. thousands more expected to join them. they are taking precautions to make sure
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and security is a year-long process for us. we work to develop the safety plan. ray: a tax over the weekend in new york, new jersey, and minnesota cast a focus on safety at large events across america. nearly 100,000 race fans expected this weekend, the motor speedway relies on guidance for safety officials. >> for the safety of the fans, we cannot and will not security the ray: they have determined there's no known connection between new hampshire and the terror attacks. still they are asking granite staters will be vigilant. certainly the governor has been in contact to talk about the steps that should be taken. with that being said, there's a lot of activity going on. some that you'll see with increased law enforcement. some you won't see. ray: the speedway is looking
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you see something, say something. we want to make sure when the fans come out this weekend, they are able to enjoy themselves and all of the activities that we have at new hampshire motor speedway. ray: speedway officials say the fans started arriving on saturday. the big race sunday qualifying for the new england 300 is on friday. reporting live in louden, ray brewer. sean: thanks. new on "daybreak," a manchester man is charges after he held them at bay. it all started shortly before 9:30. officers consider called to the area. a perimeter was set up and s.w.a.t. team was called in. around 2:30 this morning, the suspect,
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arrested. erin: state police are investigating a deadly accident between a car and bicyclist. a 50-year-old was riding near the intersection of route 12a when he veered into the path of a car. he was rushed to the hospital and pronounced dead. state police say it does not appear that any criminal charges will be filed. sean: an investigation into a bomb scare i appeared to be agree they'd in a bag of clothing. they determined it was an old military smoke grenade. they say there was no danger to the public. >> given the events of the past few days around the country, i think it was very poor to do that, because the staff of the store did the exact correct thing. they made sure the staff was safe, they evacuated the store, they called the authorities.
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grenade came from is asked to call hooksett police. erin: a pair of drug stings landed two people behind bars. 22-year-old david bolton is accused of inspiring to sell 3,000 worth of cocaine to a person who was cooperating with the new hampshire drug task force. 24-year-old jeannie molella is accused of conspiring to sell lorraine bartlett said they don't have enough funding to set up after hours for child abuse situations. the job was put out for third party bidders. dcyf did not receive a single proposal.
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services until 8:00 p.m. sean: they are opening the first granite state residents for people coming out of prison. dismas facility will house seven formerly encourse rated women. the focus is to provide them with a safe and supportive environment as they work to get back into society. a ribbon-cutting ceremony is being held at the dismas house at 2:30 this afternoon. erin: the newport is set to open on monday october 3. it coincides with the closing on september 30th. sean: a drug that could change the life of a windham boy was finally approved. he is autistic and living with dmd, kids usually end up in wheelchairs in their teens and pass away in
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approved the drug that could change the quality of connor's life. his mom hopes it will slow the disease down. >> it is amazing. it is such a milestone. it is monumental. the entire community is just in awe. we don't want him to lose the ability to hug. we don't want him to lose the ability to walk and run and dance. he loves to dance. sean: the family hopes connor will be able to start taking treatments within the next two years. erin: obviously that's going to offer some hope for the family. coming up new efforts are being announced today to address the nationwide drug epidemic. find out what the u.s. attorney general says is being done to combat the crisis. sean: a school cafeteria worker says enough is enough. why she quit her job over lunch shaming. kevin: we continue to get the sunshine back in, the warmth and humidity remain. when it all starts to change with a cold front approaching coming up. it is 5:39.
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my prescription costs keep going up.
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ld be a lot cheaper to buy my medication from canada. kelly ayotte voted to block consumers from buying safe medicines from canada. and voted against lower cost generic drugs. kelly ayotte gets all that money from the big drug industry. hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions. when you take all that money it just changes you. kelly ayotte's not working for us.
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kevin: we start off tuesday morning with thick fog. others lingering around. the humidity still in place. low clouds and fog giving way to partial
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cooler air slowly filtering in. temperatures fall this weekend. details are coming up. erin: the obama administration is stepping up efforts to address the drug crisis. designating this as a week of action and awareness. now according to the cdc, 78 americans die every day from opioid abuse. our sally kidd saturday down with loretta lynch who will announce today new actions to address the epidemic. >> too many parents are consequences of heroin and opioid abuse. >> our daughter, courtney, isn't coming home. we could do a lot to save other's lives. >> sadly people who have been touched are all too aware. reporter: they are looking at prevention
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attorney to pull out all of their best practices and stops now. make sure we have a strategy to deal with the issue. reporter: this week they will provide additional fund to help improve the drug monitoring programs. they are directing state prosecutors to share information on doctors who over prescribe. >> individuals who are either trafficking in the pills, will often go to one state where it may be easier. the doctor may they will go back home and sell them or abuse them. reporter: fueling is a lack of treatment. monday at the white house parents who have lost children to opioid or heroin abuse came for a round table. >> we came here for our daughter. reporter: their daughter died of a heroin
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>> i'm thankful to have a voice for him. reporter: they that authorized more than $180 billion. the money hasn't been appropriated. some of it may be included in a funding measure that was will be needed to keep the government operating beyond september 30th. reporting from washington, i'm sally kidd. sean: the fda has launched a competition to develop an app. the contest aims at connecting people who are overdose with nearby carriers of the potentially life-saving and anecdote. people have until october 7th. the winner will receive a $40,000 reward. erin: a new report shows that more than 800 immigrants who were supposed to be deported from the u.s. become citizens instead. the report says the immigrants slipped through the cracks because their fingerprints had not been digitized and therefore those prints
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citizenship applications. those u.s. citizens may end up being denaturalized. sean: a former school cafeteria worker says she quit her job over what she calls lunch shaming. that's when schools deny hot lunches to students whose parents have over withdrawn their account. instead of a hot meal, they are given a cheese sandwich. stacey says one recent incident upset her so much she decided resign. >> i tried to tell him he owed money. it was too late. i'll never forget his name and look on the face. sean: due to school policy, she had to take the hot lunch and throw it away. parents were notified about the policy before
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erin: turning to sports, the red sox kicked off a series. in the third inning, mookie betts hit a two-run homer. his 13st of the season to put the sox up 2-0. in the fifth david ortiz also hit a two-run homer. his 30th of the season. a complete game four hitter for porcello. he threw 89 pitches and moved to 21-4. boston went on to win 5-2, taking a four-game lead in the al east division. sean: a big win. the patriots are not closing the door on the possibility of jimmy garoppolo playing in thursday night's game. it does seem like a long shot. the injury he suffered on sunday does not appear to be as bad as it originally looked.
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week four against the buffalo bills. garoppolo was driven to the turf by a linebacker and sprained the a/c joint. >> he's a competitor. he will be whatever he can. he's a tough kid. he's italian. i don't count sean: they haven't made another move to add a quarterback to their roster. erin: they are off to a great start friday night. more than 1,300 pounds was food was collected for the immaculate food consumption food pantry. it continues on all 15 games and at 12, more games on saturday. >> now your storm watch 9 forecast. sean: yesterday some much-needed rain. this morning somewhere
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the background we hear a fog horn. a lot of fog out there this morning. kevin: yeah. we use the phrase patchy fog. there are certain areas where the visibility is fine. other spots you'll be driving along and run into a quarter of a mile of visibility or less. you'll notice certain spots looking okay this morning. the thickest of the fog seems to be closer to the shoreline. we had the visibility earlier this morning down to less 6 a mile. webcams were okay. any sort of low clouds extensive and should give way to partial sunshine and what should be another warm afternoon out there for us. temperatures up into the 80's today. besting 80 even up in the north country through the afternoon. dewpoints starting the day in the 60's. you'll notice a certain weak front here. that is the difference between dewpoints in the 60's and eventually
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off in the mid 60's. a few upper 60's closer to the shoreline. again fog the issue more than anything else. the low clouds to go with it will also start to diminish later this morning and into the afternoon giving us a partly sunny, warm, and humid afternoon with temperatures for most up into the 80's. we're starting either side of 60 up north. we're going to continue to see the partial sunshine go forward. visibilities down to a mile and a half out at the manchester-boston regional airport. in about a mile and a half visibility out of keene airport. down too a tenth of a mile or less at pease this morning. again just kind of a varying visibility issue early this morning. dewpoints starting the day in the 60's. start to lessen through the afternoon with the breeze out of the southwest as we start to dry out. sunshine will help that later on today. it is going to be a warm and humid day. temperatures this afternoon above 80 just about everywhere. as high as 85 were 86 were or even 87 later on
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sections of southern new hampshire. temperatures tonight eventually ease back into the 50's to lower range of the 60's. still some fog to be had. it won't be nearly as widespread or as thick as we start the day tomorrow. temperatures tomorrow 70's to lower 80's. less humid conditions with a good deal of sunshine and partly to mostly sunny skies for the first day of the autumn season on thursday. it starts right around 10:30 in the morning. it will be an increase in clouds and the next chance of showers on friday. looks like up north and scattered around the central and southern areas through friday evening, any sort of lingering moisture with the front would end early saturday morning, setting up clearing sky and much cooler air by the time we get toward the weekend. as a matter of fact, full fledged fall-type temperatures by the time we get toward the weekend. for the time being, it is warm and on the humid side this morning. turning less humid tomorrow. still warm through friday. then you'll notice the temperatures from there.
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another seven or eight degree for high temperatures on sunday. lows in the 30's to lower half of the 40's by sunday morning. that will come with a breeze that will be out of the north at times over 20 mile an hour on sunday into monday. sean: as you mention yesterday, break out the pumpkin spice. kevin: yes. there's a watch in effect, we may have to upgrade to a warning. sean: yeah. the warning is out. still to come on "news 9 daybreak," angela los lansbury revives her
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pam griffin: our daughter courtney got caught in a web of opiate and heroin addiction. doug griffin: our insurance company indicated that courtney's problem wasn't a matter of life and death - so she wasn't eligible for treatment. pam griffin: she told me that she didn't want to live like this anymore... she begged... she begged for help, saying mom - please help me.
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pam griffin: we knew we had to save other families from losing their children. kelly reached out to us. doug griffin: she came to my family to learn more. pam griffin: she listened to what we had to say, who we were - she cared about us... she didn't know us. pam griffin: we talked about the ways to remove the stigma of addiction so parents can get help. doug griffin: kelly co-authored the comprehensive addiction and recovery act - this act will save kids' lives... ...and enable families to get the help they need. doug griffin: we don't want courtney to be remembered ggle to achieve recovery. pam griffin: kelly believes recovery is possible.
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sean: if you are a muggle looking for a house in london, you are in luck. harry potter's house is up for sale. it is 25 miles west of
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$620,000. erin: does your mail arrive in the fireplace? sean: it does. the bedroom is small. cozy. erin: under the stairs. actress revived her role for "beauty and the beast" for one night old in new york. ? tale as old as time ? ? true as it can be ? erin: she gave a live performance the disney character, mrs. pots. this is part of the 25th anniversary of beauty and the beast. kevin: she topped off with a few lines of the film. there are other actors in attendance. it is all from -- sean: yeah. great movie. 25 year. i can't believe it has been that long. coming up, a university of california brings in a special staff member in hopes of easing student stress.
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new full-time therapy dog. >> new details about the man who is suspected to be behind the bombings. i'm maggie rulli. more just ahead. ray: they aren't anticipating any problems. there are some new security measures as 100,000 fans are heading to louden for the big race. erin: attention pizza lovers, a new overnight camp is offering all things pizza.
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sean: now on "daybreak," suspect arrested. the man accused of carrying out bombing attacks in new york city and new jersey is in custody this morning. but now investigators want to know why he did it. erin: stepped up security. how officials are responding to the attacks as we weekend. kevin: low clouds and fog giving way to sunshine. the warmth and humidity remain. how long that lasts with the future cast ahead. >> our daughter, courtney, isn't coming home. we could do a lot to save others lives. sean: fight the the drug crisis. a new hampshire family takes their story to washington to push for more funding and resources.


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