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sean: now on "daybreak," chaos in charlotte. violent protests erupt for a second night. this morning the national guard has been called to the city to help restore peace. erin: a hooksett teenager passed away more was struck by a car. how can you help her family. kevin: one last warm day with sunshine. all of the latest ahead. sean: far from home, animal rescue groups are desperately trying to find a manatee spotted off of the new england coast. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak."
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happy fall to you. i'm erin fehlau. sean: good morning. i'm sean mcdonald. it is the start of fall today. it is not going to feel like it. not yet. kevin: that waits for the weekend. we have a strong cold front arriving in the way of showers. we kind of eke out one last very warm day. average high either side of 70. for most, we're above 80. a few areas of fog not nearly as widespread. high temperatures upper 70's in the north country with par issue sunshine and low to mid 80's coming ahead of the front tomorrow. let's look at your thursday morning ride joined live by deb davidson. good thursday morning, deb. deb: good thursday morning. right now if you are starting your commute on 93 southbound or northbound, it is moving well from plymouth to
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from manchester to salem. we're not seeing any problems on 93. if you are out along the seacoast right now. 95 is moving well in both directions, heading into massachusetts we're not seeing any problems on 93, route 3, 95, or on 495. from the traffic network, i'm deb davidson. erin: thank you. the city of charlotte, north carolina is now under a state of emergency. the natnal guard was called out t second night of violent protests following a police shooting. sean: one person was critically wounded after what started as a prayer vigil. several other people were hurt. maggie rulli following the situation for us from charlotte. >> anger and violence taking over the streets of charlotte. four police officers are injury. this morning one
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in the head, police say, by another civilian. the protests started peacefully. it quickly turned chaosic. police firing back with flash grenades and tear gas. the governor has declared a state of emergency. anger is building here over two starkly they confronted him inside a apartment complex. >> he exited his vehicle armed with a handgun as the officers continued to yell at him to drop the weapon. reporter: his family says that's not true, and claim it wasn't a gun, it was a book. >>ow, pow, pow, pow. that's it. he had no gun. >> the book fell off of his lap. he didn't get out waving no gun. he didn't get out like that.
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reporter: the officer involved is also black. >> often times we try to make it a white/black issue. it doesn't matter if you are black or white. it is bigger than being black and white. reporter: there's dash and body camera. they are refusing to release the video until after the investigation. maggie rulli, abc news, charlotte. sean: unsettling video shows how bad the drug crisis has become. everyone needs to see the images, even though they are hard. erin: the video shows a 2-year-old child trying to wake her mother who is from salem and had overdosed on the floor of a store. ray: we want to assure you that the child in the video you are and to see is safe and no longer
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revived. someone inside the family dollar store recorded the scene in the toy aisle sunday morning after someone had already called 911. police say a mother from salem overdosed and in the video her 2-year-old dauger can be scene pulling on her arm and crying out trying to wake her mother. the lawrence police chief says he's disturbed that no one comforted the child or checked on the mother. he thinks the video would help save liv. fact that people can see first hand how debilitating and what the addiction causes. >> there's hope for that mother and hope for the child. there's resources out there. for when the woman is ready that will help her and her family. erin: the mother's name hasn't been released yet. she hadn't been charged. he will likely face a charge of child
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paraphernalia in the diaper bag. once again the child is in a safe place. ray: thanks. a teenager from hooksett has passed away more than a week after she was hit by a car. 16-year-old jillian nelson was a junior at pinkerson academy and spent a week on life support. she was an active member of her church and other members have set up a go fund me account to help pay for her funeral and other expenses facing the family. >> jillian the sweetest girling. she always thought of others first, truly service oriented. i've never seen someone as a teenager truly love their family as much as she did. sean: there are counselors available to speak to students about jillian death. find a link on our web site at in: new on "daybreak," police in laconiaay a distracted driver crashed into a utility
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powerlines hanging low over the road. the car finally came to rest against the tree. the driver was treated at the scene. police in conway say this man gave marijuana to two kids, ages 10 and 11 in his care. 46-year-old ivan felder faces a list of charges, including sale of a controlled drug, endangering the welfare of a child, and criminal threatening. manchester police say they found a meth lab inside a the unrelated investigation. the man who lives in the apartment, 42-year-old anthony elwell, was charged with manufacturing methamphetamine. sean: there's a wanted fugitive off of the coast of cape co a manatee has been spotted several times over the last month. as conveniencely as a few days ago. manatees are normally
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they don't do well in water temperatures cooler than 68 degrees. they a trying to catch the animalnd take it south before the water here cools off. for now, not so bad. in a month or so, it could be in trouble. erin: definitely. still ahead, creating a sea of blue. why the blue ribbons popping up in two local towns are so important. sean: a unique way to honor veterans. important work completed yeda erin: the candidates for governor face off in the debate and the challenges chasing law
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kevin: thursday morning, september 21st. temperatures in the 50's. not as much fog. it should be one last the autumn season.ick in when it is truly going
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the weekend forecast coming up. sean: cool night out there. tensions between police and communities are hh in parts of the country right now. there's a new effort to help peoe understand the life threatening duties facing law enforcement. erin: these blue ribbons are part of the nationwide initiative, sparked by a deadly ambush. back in march, thomas clardy was killed in the mass pike. since that time they have vowed hollis and brookline are the first towns in new hampshire to join. >> you are o loved, supported, appreciated, we want -- that's our message for the officers when they drive by and see a blue ribbon tied to a tree. erin: a fundraiser is planned for octob 8th to support the hollis and brookline police department. sean: the state cemetery is cleaner this morning thanks to a group of volunteers.
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spent yesterday cutting and pruning trees at the cemetery there as part of the national effort called saluting branches aimed at honoring veterans. >> we wanted to get involved in the project to give back to the veterans for the day of service. we thought it was important to thank everyone for the service and that we make the cemetery a beautiful resting place for those who have given all for our country. sean: this is the second year for the project nationally and the f participated. volunteers worked at 34 locatis in 36 states. you have a certain set of skills. you found a way to help. er: great effort for the veterans. why disney is pulling an outfit before the new movie hits the big screen. sean: plus a unique tribute to david ortiz. the number of donuts
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sean: a firefighter has died while helping battle a massive wild fire in central california. officials say ryan osler diedhen his water truck overturned miles from the front lines. the fire has burned about 19 square miles. there's a new statue depicting thomas edison. the likeness was dedicated yesterday inside statuary. each state is represented by two figure, edison and james garfield help ohio. new hampshire is represented by daniel webster and john stark. erin: disney says it will no longer sell a costume for the updated movie moana. it depicts a figure in polynesian tradition and
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and long pants featuring long body tattoos. some say the costume is offensive. disney has apologized and says they have nothing but respect for the cultures that inspired the film. sean: the unemployment rate in new hampshire has ticked up slightly. ifou are looking for work, head to concord today. the state is hosting a job fair from 10:00 until 2:00. nearly 90 potential employers wille jobs covering a wide range of skills. there are new problems for blue bell. the company is recalling flavors of ice cream. the recall includes chocolate chip cookie dough and cookie new england.old here in a listeria outbreak forced blue bell to stop production and recall all of its products. erin: are you ready to tackle
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drive heats up across the state. this is video from last year. you can donate at all 15 friday night games this week. another 12 games on saturday. our collection sights for new hampshire tackles hunger. find a complete list of participating schools on the sports page of w wmur. take a look at this. david ortiz is getting plenty of tributes for not quite as sweet as this one. dunkin' donuts massive mosaic. it is made entirel out of donuts. that's right. you are looking at nearly 10,000 donuts. the company is donating 34 cents peridot nut -- per donut used in the portrait. sean: that's probably the best smelling portrait.
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fairly cool start. we're about five or seven degrees cooler than yesterday. just because the humidity continues to wane a bit. we are expecting a little bit of fog early this morning in a few western and northern areas. that will burn off rather quickly and set up sunshine. fall kicking in at 10:21 this morning. partial sunshine for the north country. mostly sunny skies elsewhere. today where the temperatures go anywhere from 78 to 86 this afternoon. next system approaches with an ias around the north country, overnight, and then a passing shower for central and southern areas tomorrow. that front means business with much cooler air by the time we get toward the weekend. notice the tperatures. there are no 60's here on the maps. ywhere from the mid 40's in some of the sheltered valleys and up thugh the north country down to 43. still hang on into the upper 50's in southern areas. lower50's. lower dewpoints out
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driest, we were in the upper 40's for the dewpoints. look for it to remain about as comfortable into the afternoon. temperatures knocked back. we will continue to see the temperatures fall over the next seval days, despite the warm afternoon out there this afternoon. you can see how things are going to progress. a little bit warmer out there later on this afternoon. then the cooler air just waiting over the border up in southern parts of canada. the system the wind to the north for saturday and sunday. that's where the really cool air starts to come back in. 78 to 86 from north to south. look for the sea breeze at the coastline. partial sunshine up north with clouds moving in this morning. mostly sunny skies in southern areas. quite a few more clouds around tomorrow. the clouds increase later tonight. maybe a shower up north. better chance of a passing shower will be during the daylight hours tomorrow. the front comes through. northwest winds will start to pick up behind
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of thefternoons likely will be sunday with highs between 55 and 65. the coolest night will be sunday night early monday. some central and western sections of the state that haven't quite seen that first frost yet have a pretty good chance of seeing that goodeal of sunshine, good weekend for the fall-like outdoor activities. again we'll have a breeze each afternoon. back up into the lower half of the 80's with sunshine and a light wind out of the south and southwest. dropping back into the that will be with clouds and a couple of showers around overnight and up north. extended forecast shows the highs in the 60's for the weekend and 50's up in the north country. it will be with partly to mostly sunny skies. maybe a quick-moving cool front on tuesday. that's it. sean: so the balloons fall from the rafters at 10:30 this morning at the official start of the season. kevin: i am in my neighborhood banging pots and pans walking down the street. sean: fair enough.
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let's check out the top story. we start with ray brewer. ray: police want everyone to see some disturbing video so they can learn just how serious the drug crisis has become. now the video shows a mother from salem passed out in the toy aisle in a store in massachusetts with her 2-year-old crying for her to get up. the mother was revived and the child was taken care of. they are disturbed that no one tri sean: the man gave marijuana to two kids, ages ten and 11, in his care. ivan felder faces a list of charges. a teenager from hooksett passed away more than a week after she was hit by a car. 16-year-old jillian nelson was a junior. there's a go fund me page to help her family. erin: everything is awesome for two friends from vermont. they just used their
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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 -
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to live like this anymore... she begged... she begged for help, saying mom - please help me. doug griffin: our family's tragedy could happen to any family... 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 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 for her substance abuse, but rather for her struggle to achieve recovery. pam griffin: kelly believes recovery is possible.
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erin: playing with lego is really paying off for two teenagers from vermont. sean: jack nop and peter dick inson won a trip to the original legoland. they spent 40 hours over three months working on the 60-second project. erin: wow. >> i helped draw up some pictures. we did a storybook. we had to keep it under a minute. we had to decide what we wanted to include in it.
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process to make even a second of animation. i would say it takes an hour to make a second worth. sean: they head to denmark and say they hope to enter more contest in the future. they have to have a lot of patience. look at the result. that's incredible. every second. erin: sign them up for the next lego movie. in the next hour, the mechanical man could be yours. sean: i know kevin is going to bid on that. and the red sox are raci toward the post
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." erin: good morning to you on thursday, september 22nd. the first official day of fall. though later on today it is probably n we're expecting temperatures in the 80's in many areas. sean: imagine being a kid in school. it will cool off. this weekend kevin will talk about that. let's get to the top stories. a state of emergency has been declared in charlotte, north carolina following a second night of violent protests, including one in which a demonstrator was critically injured. the candidates for governor went head to head in the first debate since the new hampshire primary. and a man is recovering after suffering serious
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erin: all right. welcome fall; right? kevin: absolutely. erin: the leaves are starting to change. i know you are not in the business of forecasting. kevin: i try to back away. erin: it seems like it is getting started earlier. kevin: maybe by a couple of places. i'm not too concerned. you'll notice we have some clouds racing in. otherwise we are expecting sunshine. you notice the temperatures cooler this morning than we saw yesterday which was cooler than the day see the humidity fade. temperatures this afternoon up into the low to mid 80's. not feeling like fall today. wait until the weekend. erin: the temperatures will be falling; right? we want to check the roads for you this morning and see how things are moving out there. this is 93 in hooksett. not too bad at the hour. kevin: 52. we're joined live by deb davidson. good morning, deb. deb: good morning, kevin and erin. 93 south continues to move well. we're not seeing any
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from manchester down to the state line. everything is looking good on 101 from bedford out to hampton. on the everett turnpike, you are getting through the tolls with ease and making your way into nash wap. in massachusetts, heavy volume already at the 93 and 495 corrector in andover. from the traffic network, i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: the emergency following another night of violent protests. sean: the national gua has been called in. last night's protest started as a prayers vigil for the man at the center of a deadly police shooting. they quickly turned violent for when one was shot and critically injured. erin: after the shooting, they began marching through the charlotte, arm in arm, firing tear gas into the crowd. >> charlotte has always
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people can peacefully have dialogue and move forward. and when i look at the pictures, it is just -- this is not -- this is not who we are. erin: along with the man that was shot, two other civilians and six police officers suffered minor injuries during last night's protest. sean: now to a story that police say needs to be told as new hampshire continues to battle the drug crisis. erin: unsettling video shows a 2-year-old tries to wake her sean: while the video is hard to watch, police say it needs to be scene to show how serious the drug crisis is. ray brewer live in the studio to tell us what authorities are saying about the mother and child. ray? ray: officials say the child in the video has been removed from her mother's care. police are not releasing the woman's name because she hasn't been charged yet. again we want to warn you the video we are about tohow you is difficult to watch.
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lawrence, massachusetts, recorded this disturbing scene in the toy aisle sunday morning while bystanders called 911. police say a mother from salem overdosed. you can see here the 2-year-o daughter dressed in footy pajamas, tugging on her arm and crying out to try to wake up her mother. >> it is heartbreaking to watch the video. the child is not being taken ce of. ray: he says he's checked on the mother. first responders got there in time to administer two doses of narh -- narcan. the mother survived. they found drug paraphernaa in the diaper bag he doesn't believe in shaming addicts. he believes the video could save live. >> i believe there's value tt people could see how debilitating and what the addiction causes. maybe it is a message that, you know, stay away from these
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help people who are addicted to these narcotics. it not only affects them, there's a lot of collateral damage. >> there's probably that lead up to that. ray: stephanie bergeron says the video offers a limited view. there's hope for the mother. >> there's hope for the mother and child. there's resources out there for when the woman is ready that will her and her whole entire family. ray: they say the mother will likely be charged with child endangerment. that's stress the that the 2-year-old girl is in a safe place this morning. in the studio, ray brewer, wmur news 9. sean: turning now to commitment 2016, the two candidates running for new hampshire governor faced off in the first debate since winning the party nominations. colin van ostern and
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anselm college. they touched on the drought, infrastructure, and the drug crisis. >> what our law enforcement needs most for us is not specific to law enforcement. we need to overcome the opioid crisis that we're facing. the reality of that is stretching our law enforcement thin. >> those are on the front lines and streets, th have put themselves on the lines to protect us every day. theye sean: later this morning the candidates will meet again at the center 234 concord to take part in a forum sponsored by the aarp. the first presidential debate is coming up on monday. watch it live right here on wmur. hillary clinton and donald trump will go head to head in new york at hofstra university. the 90-minute debate starts at 9:00 p.m. erin: new on "daybreak," a man is recovering after suffering
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rochester. the accident happened around 7:15 last night on washington street. police say 40-year-old gregory downing was on a motorcycle when he was hit by a car that was turning on to fareway avenue. the 17-year-old was issued a summons for failure to yield. a man from maine is scheduled to be sentenced tomorrow after pleading guilty to sexually assaulting a young girl he knew while living in rochester. 44-year-old christopher will serve at least 25 years in jail for the assaults that date back to 2003. the victims mother say this has been very hard to get through. she hopes that her daughter can now move forward. >> i'm hoping that i see her grow five inches in every direction and finish her education and find some hobbies. erin: again a formal sentencing hearing will take place
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for your help identifying a womanuspect of stealing a car and credit cards. police say these surveillance photos from walmart and t.j. maxx show a woman using the stolen cards. the victim says the cards were in her car when it was stolen for the parking lot, planet fitness in dover. they spotted the car and arrested the driver, 33-year-old michael page of raymond. he's now charged with receiving stolen property. the candia police department is asking the public clean following a rash of illegal dumping incidents. they say the items dumped includes tired, asbestos, roofing shingles, and household trash. anyone who sees someone dumping illegally is asked to contact the candia police department. erin: a school bus had to be towed away after slamming into a moose on i-93 last night. the accident happened just after 9:00 on the northbound side in sanbornton. state police are not saying if any students were on board.
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the moose ran off. sean: more water use bands on being put in place as the state continues to deal with the drought. starting monday, a mandatory ban on non-essential outdoor water use in rochester. it applies to everyone, including private well owners. the regional school district banned the use of all irrigation systems from all schools and fields. erin: coming up on glimpse of a religious relic. >> i just said to my husband, this is a once in a letime. we need to do this. erin: the heart of a saint is now on display for the public. we're going to tell you where the relic will be this morning. sean: an interesting item is going up for auction. we'll tell you about the new hampshire connection to the life-size mechanical man. kevin: one last warm day and a front. it makes it feel more
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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 d that was the worst day of my life. annie kuster is leading the fight regarding she's trying to do everything she can to get laws changed. so this doesn't happen again. she's definitely a leader. i just love annie.
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kevin: thursday morning. temperatures dropping back into the 40's. we're in the 50's elsewhere. not much of an issue with fog compared to the
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afternoon across the area. upper 70's to mid 80's today. that's with a good deal of sunshine across the area. we'll have the details on the next front arriving with the forecast coming up. sean: all right. thanks. tesla has added a new feature to the latest version of the car operating software meant to keep kids and pets from overheating. the new temperature-control function will keep the inside of the car below 105 degrees. it does this by automatically opening vents or turning air conditioner. tesla says the feature will remain on for up to 12 hours after the driver exits the vehicle. erin: the heart of a roman catholic saint is now on public display in massachusetts. hundreds of people lined up at a church in boston yesterday to get a glimpse of the heart of st. padre pio. this is the first time the religious relic has left italy.
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the stigmata or wounds of jesus christ. >> for me the appeal is strength. he spent many, many years going through the passion of christ not being believed that he was close to god. erin: he died in 1988. display today and it heads to the cathedral of the holy cross in boston. sean: r.r. auction in amherst is getting ready to transport 100 unique items. the biggest item is the lifetime mechanical robot designed. it was used to test
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part of it were made right here in manchester, new hampshire. he's got a local tie in. sean: others include the photographer of martin luther king jr. and letters written by al capone and bonnie and clyde. the auction takes place on monday. i don't know. i think the nasa statue will look good in y erin: i this it would square my kids. sean: and the orioles played last night. erin: it was really a good start. ubaldo went five and a third innings. the red sox had the bases loaded allowing two runs to score. andrew benintendi ribbed
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clay buchholz allowed one run. boston is on a seven-game winning street. the patriots will be back taking on the houston texans. there's no word yet if quarterback, jimmy garoppolo, will be in the game. he sprained the ac joint. kickoff is set for 7:25. we'll see. sunday is called the bad boy off road 300. it will be on the road. in loudon it will be 25 deees cooler when they race there in july. >> certainly it changes the track. how much goes down. it changes the track conditions, which i think changes your balance a little bit. >> i think final restart
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important. having restarts will put you in a position to succeed. sean: qualifying will be held tomorrow. of course, i wouldn't need to qualify. i'm already a bad boy. no? no. okay. erin: you be the judge. okay. a new app is rewarding a good driver in japan. it is called driving barista. it is meant to help reduce traffic accidented caused by distracted driving. the app can tell if the phone has been lying flat or once the driver racks up 63 miles without touching the phone, they get a coupon for a free cup of coffee. how about that? sean: nice. erin: they spotted a meteor across the sky. sean: they reported seeing it in hampstead and milton. there are were sigings in maine, massachusetts,
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there's no confirmation that the streak was a meteor. if you have any photos or videos, we want to see them at newspics president kevin: i was going to say besides a meteor, what could it be? sean: superman. erin: clearly a kevin: i was just wondering what the other options were. if it was a meteor. i was wondering the other options. just trying to keep up. you are going to notice we have quiet conditions. not as much fog to contend with early this morning. any fog that's out there is pretty much limited to western and northern areas and the normal fog-prone spots which give way to sunshine that the rest of us will enjoy from start to finish into the afternoon. temperatures today because of the start to
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anything, out of the southwest, push temperatures into the upper 70's to mid 80's today. yes, first day of autumn. we start that just before 10:30 this morning. although a strong cold front coming through tomorrow will make it feel more autumn like by the time we get toward the weekend with highs in the 50's and 60's. clouds have been building in up north. that gives way to partial sunshine. the rest of us should enjoy a sunshine. eventually the next system starts with an increase in clouds later on this evening and maybe some overnight up in the north country. temperatures are in the 50's early thi morning. lower 50's up and down the merrimack valley. certainly cooler than what we've had the last few mornings, even a few upper 40's in parts of the monadnock region. as we continue to watch the humidity fade away, drying out each afternoon, temperatures have bn cooling off. we are looking at the possibility by this te monday morning
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still a few spots. contending with that about 10:00. dewpoints comfortable this morning and remaining that way through the afternoon. temperatures climbing away from the north country. you'll have extra clouds, and along with that giving way to partial sunshine. the best chance of a shower during the overnight hours will be up north. elsewhere just an increase in high clouds. temperatures will be in the 50's to lower 60's. still tomorrow. not everywhere and not all the time tomorrow. best chance early in the day will be up north. there could be a passing shower or a thundershower in central and southern areas as the front comes through later tomorrow afternoon. the skies will clear tomorrow night. that eventually sets up fair skies through a good part of the weekend. we may have some clouds early saturday in spots. i suspect those will clear rather quickly. wind out of the north will continue to bring in cooler air out of canada. as a matter of fact, high temperatures in the 50's and 60's both days over the weekend and
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northernly breeze to add that little bit of an extra bite to the air. truly feeling like fall as we get our way in. today you wonder if today is the latest warmest day we'll have for the calendar year being up around 85 or 86. from there, we slip back into the 70's. another ten degrees on saturday. that will be with the northerly breeze and any clouds early giving way to sunshine, which we'll enjoy sunday, monday, and most of tuesday. there may be a quick-moving front that's nothing more than a passing shower. we go back to the relatively dry pattern yet again which we could use the rainfall. sean: we need more rain. it is going to feel like fall. a special treat for a terminally ill dog. how a community came together to help scratch an item off of the animal's bucket list. now time for the u local hot shots. now that fall is here or almost here, pumpkin people are making a
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plainfield where they started showing up and done some farming. submit your pictures and
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kevin: check out this incredible view from outer space. the international space station took the photo of thunderstorms on sunday from about 250 miles above earth. lightning can be scene flashing brightly across the clouds. progress spacecraft are also seen in the photo. dangerous. erin: the space forecast now. sean: i want all shots of the storms to look like this. we know what's going on from space from the kevin satellite. the fure will arrive on november 28th. that's the day that self-tieing shoe we've been wanting since "back to the future: part 2" will hit store shelves. it won't be easy to get your hands on the sneakers. they will only be at
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appointment. nike hasn't said how much the battery-operated shoes will cost you. no need to tie your shoes anymore. erin: i think my kids would appreciate those. a terminally ill dog in texas crossed an item off of his bket list with the help of his community. he was recently diagnosed with cancer. his owner remembered a promise he made to the dog. she vowed he would see snow again. th facebook for help and the community responded, renting a backyard snow machine. so much snow is produced that an animal shelter allowed other dogs to join in the fun. sean: coming up in the next hour of "news 9 daybreak," a costume controversy. what's prompting disney to stop selling a costume in the upcoming movie. ray: police released disturbing
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we'll show it to you coming up. reporter: there's been a second night of violence. i'm maggie rulli, more from charlotte coming up. sean: blue ribbons are popping up. how these ribbons meant to help people understand the challenges law enforcement officers face. erin: a crossing guard in california is being hailed a hero. find out how she helped save a child from being kidnapped. we are one nation under god. 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.
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colin van ostern: i know from my own life the difference a college education can make. narrator: colin van ostern. the son of a single mom, he went to college on student loans, became a stonyfield business manager responsible for a hundred million dollars in revenue. then, a top executive at southern new hampshire university's college for america. colin van ostern: most of our students graduate debt free. cutting student debt should be our goal for all state colleges
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