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>> more than frustrating. more than you can know. your kid was shot. erin: the mother a speaking out and sharing new her son and his past. sean: the presidential campaign is returning to new hampshire as both candidates look to build on monday. kevin: cooling off with patchy drizzle. more rain chances going forward. all of the latest timing with future cast ahead. erin: concerning advertisements. why fliers are raising eyebrows. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do.
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daybreak." erin: good morning, new hampshire. thanks for waking ups with on this wednesday. i'm erin fehlau. sean: i'm sean mcdonald. a little bit of drizzle. we needed the rainfall. i feel like we're getting it in drips. kevin: we're looking at a little bit of drizzle this morning. rain chances follow later this week. for the time being, cooler than average temperatures. ten degrees cooler than anything we had out temperatures were early this morning with clouds, we're not expecting much of a move upward. inland sections will see us go to partial sunshine. temperatures climb into the lower 60's later on today. much more on the forecast with the better rain chances coming up. let's look at your wednesday morning ride. we're joined i've by deb davidson. good morning, deb. deb: good morning. if you are commute is starting on interstate 89, that's moving well from concord to the
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on the southbound side, we're not seeing any problems. things are slow right there between exit two in concord and the ramps get on to 93. 93 is okay through the state getting busy from exit three to the state line. the everett turnpike is moving along nicely from the bedford tolls to nashua. from the traffic network, i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean: all right. deb, thanks. the mother of the claremont man who was shot and killed b morning is speaking out demanding answers. erin: autopsy results show that 25-year-old cody lafont was shot three times. wmur's ray brewer live in the studio with reaction from his mother. sean: cody lafont's mother says her son had struggled with depression since he was young. cody lafont was shot and killed early sunday morning after an confrontation with police in claremont.
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chest. it is still unclear what prompted the shooting. that part of the investigation could take quite sometime. traci says her son involved animals and racing, spending time with the family, especially his nieces and nephews. she says lafont had called 911 before in what she calls a cry for help. >> i don't know how many officers were there. any other times there were at least twoof i can't imagine there wasn't some other way to restrain him. ray: she wants to know why this incident ended with her son dead. it is also unclear if any action will be taken against the officer involved. in the studio, ray brewer, wmur news 9. sean: a child is being treated at a boston hospital this morning after being hit by a car in salem. police say the child was struck around 6:30 last
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clear how the child was struck or what type of injuries they suffered. no charges have been filed. they expect to release more information later today. erin: fresh off of the first presidential debate and coming to new hampshire today. the democratic nominee has a campaign rally scheduled for 2:15 at the u. in h. field house in durham. she will be joined by bernie sanders t on college cost and debts. doors open at 12:15. donald trump will be back tomorrow. he has a rallied scheduled at the new hampshire sports complex in bedford. doors open at noon on thursday. the rally starts at 3:00. ray raimundi is following both campaigns for us this morning. >> the aftershocks of the historic presidential debate continue. both candidates hitting southern battle ground states. in north carolina, a
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debate last night? he made it very clear he didn't prepare for that debate. >> both claiming victory. donald trump complaining about a faulty microphone. >> almost every single poll had us winning the debate against crooked hillary clinton big league. >> wrong. >> that is absolutely -- >> wrong. >> proved over and over again >> both candidates hitting the other hard on the economy, foreign policy, and their experience to be president. clinton threw the first jabs, slamming trump for the housing crisis. >> what kind of person would want to root for nine million families losing their homes. >> trump firing back at a rally in melbourne. >> she traveled all over
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nothing. reporter: a feisty donald trump after coming off of the debate and doubling down on his treatment of former miss universe. >> she was the worst we had ever. she was the winner and gained a massive amount of weight. it was a real problem. >> machado, whose story was told during the debate, now a clinton campaign supporter. >> she was really rude with me. >> the debate showdown at hofstra shattering records. over tuning in to watch. ray raimundi, abc news, new york. erin: pope francis and prince charles are expected to attend the funeral of shimon peres, the former prime minister of israel. he shared the noble peace prize in 1994. he is credited with helping push his county toward peace talks with
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friday. sean: two people are accused of stealing apples from an orchard. the pair paid $20, but then filled a baby stroller and backpack with more fruit. they stole about $100 worth of apples. a nashua man is facing charges in connection with a shooting and stabbing in july. 20-year-old travis martein is charged with criminal threatening with a deadly weapon and false sis evidence. travis martein pulled out a gun. he was waving it around. during the struggle, he stabbed another man in the neck and ran off. erin: a former nashua high school -- nashua high school teacher accused of sending nude pictures to students is facing a new charge this morning. bruce lanctot has been indicted for falsifying physical evidence. lanctot did not tell police where his cell phone was and erased it.
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explicit messages and asking suits to meet him. another man is accused of helping to hide lanctot's phone. sean: still to come, the right man for the job. we'll introduce you to the new superintendent of dismals in manchester. erin: unusual ads and police are concerned. what fliers popping up in durham are advertising. sean: traffic changes. we'll tell you about the plans to add a new exit off of interstate 93 in
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colin van ostern: i'm colin van ostern. you can go online and read our plan to create good jobs and keep young families in new hampshire. first, we should cut inefficient state spending, just like a business. no sales tax, no income tax. we need to help small businesses and startups grow with less red tape. lower college costs and cut student debt. and expand clean energy. let's take the next step forward,
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kevin: starting off wednesday with a few clouds.
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sunshine and western in northern areas. the clouds and cooler temperatures are locked in closerto the shoreline. the detail on what to expect going forward with better rain chances coming up. sean: chilly start to the day. the manchester school district mass officially hired a new superintendent. erin: school board members say that bolgen vargas grew up in poverty in the dominican republic and didn't learn english until his teens. he spent the last four years in superintendent. he created a legacy. >> it is clear manchester has some struggles. in new york, the budget was in shambles, teacher morale was bad, they had a lot of difficult issues. he turned the school district around. we are hoping he can turn manchester around. erin: vargas will start the contract on october 1st. he are make an annual
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alert after some concerns fliers promoting a dates web site started popping up on and around campus. the ads target 18-25-year-old woman and say they could receive cash in exchange for going out to dinner with older men. they have taken down many of the fliers. schools says it hasn't received any reports of school using the web site. officials say they are relying on students using common sense. >> t about today's youth and the students here at u.n.h., which i think is fantastic, they are smarter consumers than sometimes we think they are. >> it is disturbing honestly. it is kind of scary that somebody would put that flier out. sean: while many may find the fliers offensive, it is not illegal. they are keeping a close eye on billboards around town. erin: 6:13. hear from the man that was rescued after spending a week adrift
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sean: plus check your freezer. we'll tell you about a new real that could af kelly: you know me. not from thousands of false, negative ads- but as your first female attorney general- appointed by republican and democratic governors. as your senator, i'm fighting for equal pay and against workplace discrimination, to expand access to birth control, strengthen and preserve medicare,
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false, negative ads, i'm still the kelly ayotte you know-
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sean: police have searched the home of a vermont man. nathan carman arrived home and says he's drained physically and emotionally. he was on ais and started taking on water. his mother is presumed dead. nathan was found by a chinese frequenter on sunday. >> i feel healthy. i feel healthy. emotionally, i've been through a huge amount. i would just like to thank the public for their prayers and for their concern for both my mother and for myself. sean: family members say carman
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take regular fishing trips together. he was the suspect in his unsolve grandmother's murder in 2013. no arrests have been made. the driver charged in a deadly hayride crash was found not guilty. david brown was driving the jeep when it crashed back in 2014, killing one person and injuries 20 others. they tried to argue he knew the brakes on the jeep for faulty. erin: the world health organization says that more than 90% of people worldwide live in areas with obsessive air pollution. it focused on outdoor air pollution, which blamed for about $3 million deaths each year. it can contribute to health problems like stroke, heart disease, and lung cancer. pollution is the worst in southeast asia, the eastern mediterranean, and the western pacific. sean: you may want to rethink your menu before making dinner tonight. tyson foods is recalling
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of chicken nuggets after they recorded finding hard, white plastic. it affects five pound bags of fully cooked panko chicken nuggets sold around the country. the bags have a used by date of july 18, 2017. ben & jerry's is getting bigger. they are planning an expansion in vermont. the project will add nearly 70 30,000 square feet of building space along with more parking and a new sidewalk. erin: work is underway on the $50 million development project at cranmore mountain. the first condos are set to be open by the end of next year. some have been solid. the plan includes building a new lodge at this resort. fall has officially arrived in new hampshire. state tourism officials are expecting a banner season. in fact, nine and a half
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the beautiful weather and the foilage while spending $1.4 billion. both of those numbers are up over a year ago. tourism is the second largest industry in the state. of course, fall is such a great time of year to visit new hampshire. kevin: i don't want you to be swayed by the fact of the drought and starting the season a little bit earlier, maybe the colors may not be necessarily as bright. we're still going to have foilage as you you just need the weather to cooperate. get out there. erin: there's good color out there already. sean: absolutely we have the fall foilage report on the web site. check that out. for the time being, a lot of clouds. patchy fog and drizzle in certain areas. eventually we'll be giving way to sunshine especially in western and northern spots into the afternoon where we are expecting temperatures to get back into the lower range of the 60's. as you'll notice out from early this morning,
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the drizzle and rain drops so small, it is tough for a tomorrow tracker to pick up. this is all in response to a northeasterly flow. you are going to feel it at the coast. winds will be gusting today over 20 mile app hour. back to the west. slow moving. this is going to play a role in the weather likely through monday. we don't expect rainfall each of those days or complete washouts in any most of those days. we are expecting some moisture to continue to lift northward in response to that as i looks like the best chances of rain will be focused on late friday and saturday. again a little bit of drizzle out there early this morning. relatively fair skies otherwise going through a good portion of the daylight hour on friday. 40's up north. lower 50's and even some upper 40's. we're still in the mid 50's. the warm spots will be the cool spot.
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northeasterly wind. a function of the a little bit more in the way of sunshine. you can see the 63 to 65 degree readings going anywhere from berlin to lebanon. kind of a weather forecast turned backward here. the cooler readings will be in southern and south eastern areas. and the cloud attempted to hold longer here than they will farther back to the north and west. seasonally cool. tomorrow partial sunshine. teat of the 60's as an area of high pressure up in the canadian maritimes keeps the system at bad. as that pulls away, we start to get quite a few more clouds lifting in here on thursday night. clouds around on friday. maybe a couple of showers around. you can see the beginnings through southern new england of the moisture lifting northward. the better rain chances will be friday evening and saturday. that doesn't look like a washout either. it will be scattered shower making its way through. this could be the next named system.
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next week. we'll keep tabbing on that. for the time being, we're looking at cooler temperatures and today. upper 50's to mid 60's through the weekend. better rain chances by late friday and saturday. by then, the upper level system pulls away. we go back to the regularly scheduled, milder than normal fall. erin: is that how it works? kevin: yes. sean: all right. the top stories with ray: the mother of a claremont man shot and killed by police is looking for some answers. 25-year-old cody lafont was killed on sunday after the con confrontation. one officers shot lafont three times in the chest. tracy says she wants to know why the incident ended with her son dead. sean: a child is being treated at a boston hospital this morning after being hit by a car in salem. police say the child was struck around 6:30 last night on south policy street.
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hillary clinton will hold a rally with bernie sanders this afternoon at the u.n.h. field house in durham. the event will focus on college costs and student debt. erin: coming up, if you have dreams of living on another planet, space x wants to help. we're going to tell you
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space x founder, elan musk, is outlining his plans to colorize mars. he says it will happen in the next 50-150 years. sean: he wants to send humans to mars in 2024. it seems way off in the future. he says in order to make it realistic, the cost of the trip needs to drop to $200,000 per person. he thinks in the future the trip could take as little as 30 days with ships who knows. this would be your next hilton or resort. take you a month to get there. erin: interesting. coming up, another crop is suffering because of the drought. the problems facing cranberry farmers. sean: which city are cracking down on dogs and banning certain
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." sean: couple more days of september left. september 28th. a little bit of drizzle as well. erin: more rain to come. that. first the top stories. the mother of a man killed in an officer-involved shooting on sunday is now speaking out. she says her son, cody lafont, struggled with depression. two people from whitefield are facing animal cruelty charges. and the public got a chance to weigh in last night on plans for a new exit between derry and londonderry on interstate 93.
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we're the second warmest september. of course we're edging cooler here. we may continue to fall down the list. worth noting after the top ten warmest september that we've had with the top ten august. sean: august was certainly warm. kevin: okay. 40's to upper 50's. we have some patchy drizzle in spots. plenty of spots with parable sean: a little bit of a chill. we start with a live look from the 93 camera there in windham. kevin: for a look at the morning drive, we're joined live by deb davidson. deb: good morning. we're getting word of a crash on 93 northbound. it is in the area of exit 9 north. lots of emergency vehicles on the scene. use caution through the
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valley. no delays on southbound side getting back into concord. 293, 101, and the spaulding, and 95 are currently up to speed. from the traffic network, i'm deb davidson infer 59.7wzid. sean: all right. thanks. the mother of the claremont man killed in an officer-involved shooting is speaking out. erin: an autopsy revived that cody lafont was shot three times during a confrontation with police on sunday. now h was killed. ray brewer live to tell us what she's saying this morning. ray: cody lafont's mother says he has struggled with depression since he was young. tracy is mourning the loss of her son, 25-year-old cody lafont, shot and killed by police in claremont. >> i'm strong on the
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at home and alone. >> she said her son was loved by many. >> he loves animals and races. he loved his family, especially his nieces and nephews who use him like a trampoline. ray: he was shot during a confrontation after police were called to the home following an 911 call. one officer shot lafont three times in the chest. she said her son had called 911 before in what she calls a cry for . a while. then he would sink back into his depressive states where he basically withdrew from everybody. ray: there's still no word on what lead to the shooting or whether there's any video of the incident. >> i file for the most part the officers who knew him understand who he was going through and did the best they could to help him and keep him safe. >> it is important to the office and to everybody involved in this that we get a quick resolution. but as in any case,
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parts. ray: lafont's friends and family say they are planning a rally this friday. the rally expected to start at 4:00 in the bullpen public square. the candle light vigil set to begin at 6:00. there's no word on the status of the officer who shot lafont. the ag's office says it is still early. it is unclear when the details of the deadly encounter will be released. in the studio, ray brewer, wmur news 9. erin: all right. new on -- , two people are facing chargeses in connection with an animal cruelty case out of dalton. both from whitefield. they turned themselves in on monday. they are charged with four counts of animal cruelty. the investigation started when they reported a group of horses were being neglected. the owner surrendered 10 of the 17 horses. sean: a massachusetts woman is
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a department store in nashua. 42-year-old shannon donovan stole from the kohls by exit six last month. she committed the same crime at several other kohl's stores in massachusetts. she's charged with felony theft. erin: the d.o.t. is laying out plans far big change to interstate 93. the new exit 4a will be built between exit 4 in derry and 5 in londonderry. not before give some help to choose the path for the new road. they were invited to go over the options. each town is contributing $5 billion. the new exit is designed to alleviate traffic on route 102. >> it would be great. southern new hampshire continues to grow. >> with the stronger economic development plan, that might be enough versus 50 or 60 million of the exit.
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down in 2019. the opening of exit 4a would coincide with the completion of the 93 expansion project in 2022. sean: a pilot is recovering after crashing is kit helicopter. they were called early yesterday morning after the helicopter crashed and caught fire. the pilot was able to get out on his own and call for help. the faa is investigating the crash. erin: we know the name of a man killed in a fiery crash i manchester. 36-year-old brian martinez died early yesterday morning when his pickup truck crashed on the lower i-93, 293 split. they started chasing martinez after she was spotted drying erratically. his pickup hit two other vehicles before crashing into the woods and bursting into flames. martinez was flown from the truck. he died at the scene. >> as new hampshire continues to battle the
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newmarket is adopting its own safe stations. ed idea is modeled after the manchester program. people who are struggling can go to the police or fire department from help. from there, they will be taken to the hospital for assessment before being connected with a peer coach through the safe harbor recovery center. the city of rochester is stepping up efforts to battle the drug crisis. police and frisbee memorial announced the opening of the rochester community starting this saturday, people wants to get clean can walk into the police department or the frisbee hospital emergency room at any hour of the day and get connected with a certified counselor from south eastern new hampshire services. >> somebody presents the rochester pd at 2:00 in the morning. southeast of new hampshire services are going to send us a certified coach to help them through their trouble. we are going all out with this.
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sean: the rochester police department is launching a school education and prevention program with third, sixth, and ninth graders. erin: $20 million worth of inventory is going up for auction today. the auction in brattleboro, vermont will sell everything from hand tools to equipment and supplies like more than 400 pounds of baking soda. bids will be accepted today and tomorrow. sean: all right. coming up on "daybreak" this wednesday, a controversy move up in find out what prompted officials to approve a law that bans all new ownership of pit bulls. kevin: slow-moving system back out to the west is going to mean better rain shower chances. how long it looking to last in your forecast coming up. erin: forget the self-driving car. how would you like to ride around in one of these. the major automaker rolling out a
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there's a reason cnbc named new hampshire the most business friendly state in the nation: maggie hassan's approach to innovation and business development. controlling spending. smart investments in education. and hassan's balanced budget was a bi-partisan "compromise" the telegraph said "worked." targeting millions to fight the opioid crisis. all with no income or sales tax. working across party lines is how maggie hassan makes new hampshire work for us. i'm maggie hassan
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kevin: starting out with clouds and drizzle. it will come with parable sunshine in inland sections and up north. the clouds will hold
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we'll talk about the cooler weather and how long before we get more shower activity into the forecast coming up. sean: health officials are warning people about another disease spread by ticks. the number of cases is on the rise. it is spread by the same tick species that carries lyme disease. 143 case haves been reported in vermont. that's six fewer than the total number for all of 2015. muscle aches. the disease can be treated with antibiotic if it is detected early. erin: cranberry growers are facing a crisis. >> if we don't get a good rainstorm or several rainstorms, we will not be able to harvest. erin: as harvesting starts in massachusetts, farmers are worried about having enough water to flood their bogs and
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cranberries. the grower says he gets about $11 per barrel, but the production often exceeds $30 per barrel. sean: they passed a law that includes all new ownership. the law is being put in place after a montreal woman was attacked and dilled by a dog three months ago. current pit bull owners have to get a special license. the law goes erin: facebook is sending out a warning to users who see a fake brad pitt obituary. a spokesperson says the post is a hoax. a fake article started circulaten on facebook with the headline r.i.p. brad pitt. clicking on the link take you a prompt for the user name and password. this is part the phishing scam. entering the information
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gives hackers control of part of your account. sean: they had a chance to clench the division title. things did not go their way. the they began the series. they had a deal with the rookie catcher. in the first inning, he hit a two run homer off of davis price. the sox were down 3-0 in the sixth when they started to play catch up. they managed to cut the lead to 3-2. new york was on a roll. the yankees won it ending the winning streak. erin: hockey media day was held in boston. u.n.h. was picked to finish tenth in the 12-team league. b. c. was picked to finish sixth. b.u. tops the poll ahead of north eastern and notre dame. sean: take a look at the newly stocked shelves at the food pantry inside nashua high school south. the schools at north and south split the take from friday's new
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pounds of food. each will have enough food to last two to three months. the new hampshire tackles hunger food drive continue this is week at 14 high school football games. erin: elliot hospital is expecting a huge boost. the 15th annual ellicott health system gala is rob friday. a wide array of sports memorabilia is expected to be auctioned off, helmet and tom brady jersey. the funds will go toward the cancer care and pediatric departments. >> we're in the planning phase for a possible $42 million cancer center. we'll put all of our services into one location. more on that in the spring hopefully. on the pediatric side, we're raising money for theically jigses to practice on. erin: the theme is the great gatsby. some period earrings
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the seacoast family food pantry will be the recipient of the half marathon. each year it donates 100% of the proceeds to a non-profit organization. last year $95,000 was raised for the seacoast mental health center. the race takes place on november 13th. registration is now closed. a few remaining entries will be auctioned off on ebay as an additional fundraiser for the food pantry. erin: painted fee an knows have popped up cambridge. the celebrity series of boston started placing the 60 fee an knows last week. each says play me, i'm yours. it is part of the public art project. they will be at various spots until october 10th. find the locations by heading to street pianos 2016. sean: attention married couples,
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your physical health. people with unhappy spouses had more physical ailments, they didn't exercise, and rated their own health as poor. researchers say and have said for years it's been known that being around happy people can make one happy, but apparently it also makes you healthier as well as. a smile heavens. makes you get out there and exercise. erin: it does. sean: mist nissan is taking self-driving technology to a new self-driving cars into a chair. it propoles itself and can detect when the chair in front of it moving and keeps a distance between itself and the other chair. it is meant to relieve people from having to stand in line. nissan is taking applications from japanese restaurants that want to test out the self-driving chairs. how about that? surgeries standing and walking is overrated. erin: it is. from battling raging
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weather channel has released a list of the most extreme jobs on the planet. sean: i thought you were reading your resum?. alaska crab fishermen, smoke jumpers within avalanche control, storm chasers, and offshore oil rig workers, mountain guides, coast guard rescue swimmers, wind turbine repain men, volcanologist, and helicopt the most extreme jobs on the planet. there you go. i'm sure they pay well. hazard pay. erin: would you ever be a storm chaser? kevin: um -- um, no. there's a reason they tell you to head to a basement when that thing is going on. i'll follow the instructions in that situation. also honorable mention would be forecasting a winter storm. sean: you risk a lot there. working with erin fehlau
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let's just leave it at that. you start off with quite a few clouds out there early this morning. along with that, patchy drizzle in spots. i suspect that we wither away the clouds at least to partial sunshine in western and northern areas of the state into the afternoon. south eastern areas of the state likely hang on to quite a few of those clouds. coming with it will be a northeast wind which at times is going to gust over 20 miles an hour today. that will have a the upper 50's. rnning a solid 10 degrees cooler than the highs we had out there yesterday. this is the beginning of a cooler pattern that likely lasts through the weekend along with it we're going to have shower chances really start to increase by later friday and into the weekend itself. i had some clouds diving southeast overnight. with it, patchy drizzle. we're going to continue to see that start to diminish through the morning except closer to the shoreline and eventually going to parable sunshine.
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out south of chicago. this is edging in the direction. as it gets closer, it is going to have a tendency to start scooping up some of the moisture located well to the south. it came through yesterday is still well to the east. temperatures upper 40's to upper 50's early this morning. not moving much in south eastern areas next to the clouds and northeast flow into the afternoon. farther west and farther north even though you are cooler this morning, you are likely going to be the warmest climbing into the lowerrer half of the 60's. from there, the breeze today that we'll have out of the northeast will start to lessen later on this evening and set us up with a lighter breeze tomorrow if anything again out of the northeast. from there, we will continue to see parable -- partial sunshine. after the drizzle, not many areas are going to see an additional shower until sometime later on friday at the earliest. it may not happen. as you notice, for
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temperatures upper 50's to lower 60's. we were talking about yesterday, we likely not going to see rain every single one of the days. the potential was there. looks like tomorrow should be okay in most locations. i think even a good portion of friday should be dry. although the clouds will start increasing. as we get later into the day and into friday evening, the scattered showers start to head in our direction. temperatures upper range of the 50' skies. we keep the fair skies going into friday before we have better shower chances rats the end of the week. i don't think we're look at the washout of the weekend. there should be quite a few more clouds and cooler temperatures upper 50's to lore 60's. sean: the new normal. the 60's. erin: getting united used to it. the hooksett river conservation is unveiling the first
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4:00 this afternoon. another great place to hit the trail. sean: it is a beautiful time of year to get outside and walk. 6:see. still to come, a final check, including new detail on a deadly-officer involved shooting in claremont. we're hearing from the mother of a man shot and chris sununu's family gave him a famous name
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>> it is now 6:55. updating the top story. sean: the mother of the man shot around killed in claremont is speaking out. here's ray brewer. ray: cody lafont's mother her son struggled with depression. this wasn't the first run in. one officer shot lafont three times in the chest. traci says she wants to know why the incident ended with her son dead. erin: a child is recovering after being hit by a car in salem. the victim was taken to a boston hospital. at this time, there's no word on the child's condition. sean: two people are facing charges in connection with an
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jonathan brooks and stephanie turned themselves in on monday. they are charged with four counts of animal abuse. they are due in court in november. erin: hillary clinton is returning to new hampshire today. she will hold a rally with bernie sanders this afternoon at u.n.h. the event will focus on college costs and student debt. kevin: a lot of clouds. we'll see it brighten through the afternoon in western and northern areas. much cooler temperatures with a lot of closer to the shoreline. upper 50's to mid 60's. cooler and moving forward. probably the next best chance of showers develops later on friday. we'll have hit or miss. it is not going to be a wash out as it stands now. efferent all right. coming up next, a live interview with the couple that was booted off the "dancing with the stars." hear what rick perry has to say about his time on the dance floor. he kept on saying i guess his daughter is
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how to dance well for the reception. sean: i let him borrow this suit for the night. erin: you know, maybe he should wear that to the wedding. sean: oh, it is a matching suit. scorpion stings are on the rise in arizona. they have a way to fix that. erin: we'll see you in 25. have a great day. during vietnam i served on an aircraft carrier in the gulf of tonkin. after i lost my job, i slept out here with other vets. you never think you'll end up here, until you do.
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and she's helped connect vets with jobs so they can get back on track. that means a lot to me. and i want to say, "thank you, annie." i'm annie kuster and i approve this message. one in eight women will face breast cancer. early detection can mean the difference between life and death. planned parenthood gives new hampshire women access to life saving cancer screenings. but ayotte voted to defund planned parenthood six times.
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er relentless effort to overturn roe v. wade, ayotte puts critical cancer screenings at risk, hurting new hampshire women. kelly ayotte: putting her personal interests ahead of your health care. senate majority pac is responsible
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good morning, america. donald trump on defense after that dramatic debate. >> and i was also holding back if taking aim at the moderator, the media even his mike. >> my microphone was terrible. i wonder was it set up that way on purpose. >> hillary clinton taking a victory lap. >> one down, two to go. >> as trump doubles down on his criticism of the former miss universe saying her weight as a big problem. what the beauty queen is revealing this morning. a deadly police shooting in california. sparking protests overnight. the image from the scene showing officers confronting an unarmed man then opening fire. >> shots fired. sending an ambulance. >> the investigation right now. marlins mystery. the disturbing new text messages


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