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erin: now on "daybreak," state law overturned. why a federal appeals court says it is okay to take a picture of your filled out ballot next time you vote. kevin: sunshine and cool sean: major drug bust. where they found a huge shipment of heroin in new hampshire. erin: how recorded calls helped them track down a woman helping her grandson. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." erin: good thursday morning to you. thanks for starting your day with us. i'm erin fehlau. sean: hi, everybody.
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cloudy, drizzly, and cold. a little bit of improvement today? kevin: i think for most areas today, we have sunshine for several hours. it allows temperatures to get back. you probably noticed yesterday especially closer to the shoreline we had a good breeze out of the northeast that added the extra chill to the air. that will be around today. this will be with partial sunshine, even to the coast. temperatures starting off in the upper 30's up north. we're still in the low to mid 50's. afternoon. we'll talk better rain chances for the weekend with your forecast coming up. let's look at your thursday morning ride here in the granite state. we're joined live by deb davidson. deb: good thursday morning. we're seeing some decent roadways in the granite state. 93 southbound is moving well from the plymouth to concord and from manchester to the state line. no problems on 293 from the upper split to the lower split in
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the bedford tolls okay with ease. in massachusetts, all major roads right now are up to speed. from the wzid traffic network, i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean: thanks. new on "daybreak," police in tilton say they have seized a major shipment of drugs coming into the sate. erin: two people are facing charges. they found more than drugs. ray brewer live from the park and ride in tilton where the bustas ray? ray: police say this is where they watched the two vehicles meet and where officers spotted evidence of drugs in one of the cars monday evening. now police say initially they had stopped one of the vehicles for having a false inspection sticker. after searching the vehicle, investigators say they found more than 750 grams of heroin. that's worth about $80,000 on the street. they also found a large
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officers found a lot of cash, evidence of drug sales, and a handgun reported stolen out of boston. police say they are now seeking federal drug charges against the two people in involved, one from penacook and the other from nashua. live from tilton, ray brewer. erin: okay. ray, thank you. a keene woman is accused of helping her grandson sell drugs while he was behind bars. 23-year-old dylan malis maliska was already in jail and they listened to phone calls in which he told her to get heroin and fentanyl and sell it to at least one person. 60-year-old regina miner faces drug charges after hay found drugs in her home. she's free on bail. targeting drug
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$1.5 million to expand granite state hammer. 15 law enforcement agencies will share the money. sean: go ahead and take a picture of your filled out ballot the next time you vote. a federal appeals court says new hampshire's ban on so-called ballot selfies is unconstitutional. back in 2014, state lawmakers outlawed, displaying photos of marked ballots in an effort totrack crack fraud. the law was struck down a year ago. the state appealed. in the ruling yesterday, the federal court says the ban is a violation of free speech. while voter coercion is a compelling interest, they say the state did not do enough to tailer the solution. >> i took a picture ofy ballot and posted it on twitter and on my
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representative. to me it was just another infringement on our rights. sean: the decision applies to the entire jurisdiction of the first circuit court of appeals, meaning they are allowed in maine, massachusetts, rhode island, and puerto rico. erin: the children are charged with interference with the couple does not have legal custody. the kids are in good health. they are back with their legal guardians this morning. salem police are considering whether to file charges against a mother after her 2-year-old daughter was run over. we told you about this accident on south policy street yesterday. police say the mother let her 7-year-old daughter start the car tuesday evening, but the child mappinged to put the car in reverse and
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broken bones and other injuries. sean: the u.s. marshal service joint fugitive task force is joining the search. billy maldonado is wanted in the september 14th shooting death of 25-year-old jonathan vazquez ojeda. he has strong ties to ng last known address is manchester. the state trooper who arrested 18-year-old tyler barrel. he has never clocked someone that fast. erin: he spent a week adrift at sea.
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according to the warrant, he's under investigation for reckless endangerment, resulting in death. carman remains a person of interest in the 2013 murder of his grandfather who had a home in chesterfield and an interview with the associated press yesterday, carman denied having anything to do with his grandfather's death and says he did everything he could to save his mother. still ahead this morning, keeping the memory of slain journalist james how you can help continue his legacy. sean: also a plea to the hall of fame. we'll tell you about pete rose's latest effort to get to cooperstown. erin: ahead, cold case investigation. how police are racking two murders from more than 30 years ago.
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erin fehlau, sean mcdonald, and kevin skarupa. kevin: thursday morning, september 29th. a cool start to the day. temperatures in the 40's to near 50 degrees in most locations. along with it, a little bit of patchy fog out there. which will be giving way to partial sunshine. pretty nice afternoon, cool and breezy. we'll talk about the changes with the next system. sean: thanks. organizers are getting rochester to honor the slain journalist, james foley. erin: he was killed by isis in 2014. it was the second year for the run which raises money for the james foley legacy foundation which advocates for american hostages and worked to protect conflict journalist. this year's run is set for october 15th, three days before foley's birthday. >> a lot of his friends and all of us felt compelled. we had to keep his spirit alive.
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make something good out of the tragedy. >> we've got such a difficult world out there. these reporters and freelancers in a dangerous situation. it is not getting any safer. they need support and help. erin: nearly 1,000 people took part in the run and raised 75,000. you can still sign up to take part or to do a virtual run. if you can't be in rochester, and you can find more information on our web site at wmur.com. sean: pete rose is making an baseball hall of fame. his attorney sent a seven-page letter, asking him to chance his stance. rose is the all-time hits leader. he was banned from baseball in 1989 for betting on games. two years later the hall passed a new list that those on the ineligible list could be admitted. rose argues he was put on the list before it was in place.
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reinstatement in december. we'll see. a long-standing debate in baseball. erin: this not surprise parents, but the cost to raise a child is going up. you may be surprised by what costs the most. sean: we'll tell you about some of the excitement getting underway today as the deerfield
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i'm maggie hassan and i approved this message. i'm maggie hassan sean: police say a teenager in south carolina before going to the elementary school and wounding two students and a teacher. a volunteer firefighter was able to stop the teen before he got inside. neither his age or exact name was released. he was home schooled. the boy did call his grandmother crying just minutes before shots were fired at the school. erin: marine biologist in south africa are trying to find a penguin this morning that was stolen from an aquarium and released into the wild. officials say two men have admitted breaking
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taking an african penguin named buddy, and dropped him off in the beach. they say buddy has been born in the captivity and never hunted for themselves. they fear he will die in the next couple of weeks if they don't find him. sean: it costs more to put a child in full-time daycare than send them to college. it costs just under children to full-time day care. by comparison, the average cost for in-state college tuition is about $9,400 a year. erin: aetna is trying to get more creative getting people more active. they are planning to design for the iphone and the activity and health. they will subsidize the cost for people or
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employees who use aetna will be able to decide if they want to offer the program. tesla is jumping into the car business. the company just unveiled a new concept car called the i.d. it will cost less than a tesla model 3 and have a greater range. it won't be available until 2020. vw has vowed to launch more than 30 2025. sean: fall has arrived. that means fair season here in new hampshire. the 140th annual deerfield fair starts today. it is billed as the oldest family fair in new england. it features animal shows, demolition derby, a pig scramble, plenty of food and rides as well. gates open at 8:00 each morning starting today and runs through sunday. erin: it is one of the most popular ones in the state.
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kevin: fair skies today. without the accent. erin: fair. kevin: looks like we're going to start to see clouds increase opinion today or tomorrow the better day is to get there. we're going to run the risk of showers. we're not looking at the wash out. there should be drier hours to each day. we start off with fair skies. a little bit of patchy fog in some of the lower lying valleys. temperatures have cooled off into the 40's to lower 50's. nothing that's going to slow you down. the evening commute should be just fine as ll the next storm system starts out giving three to six inches of rainfall through pennsylvania and the mid atlantic states. all of this in response to the slow moving area of low pressure which has been slowly advancing toward the east coast and scooping up what moisture is out there. there's been plenty of it from the same front from came through a few days ago. temperatures upper 30's up north. lower 50's in southern spots. northeasterly breeze today will be
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miles an hour. if you are out at the coast or on area lakes, you know about the breeze. similar breeze today. patchy fog and lower valleys as you get up to the normal elevations or higher elevations. the breeze, while it is fairly light, certainly will continue to mix things out through the day. with it, partial sunshine. what we are looking at is a slide back in temperatures by the middle and end of next week. until we get there, temperatures low to mid 60's. it is just a couple of degrees shy. northeasterly breeze for that. partial sunshine warming up into the afternoon. this evening again most of the moisture focused to the southwest for the time being. as the area of low pressure and the upper levels slowly moves closer, some of that moisture that's been deflected to the southwest starts to make its way toward us. that will mean an increase in clouds tomorrow with maybe a couple of late day showers in southern areas of the state. we're expecting another dry day with just an increase and thickening
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hit-or-miss shower activity. it is going to be on and off. you'll notice as we cycle through this, if you are thinking about heading out there for foilage, we aren't expecting a tremendous amount of moisture newpaper that direction. just some scattered shower activity. there's going to be drier hours to both days, especially in the northern half of the state. if you are planning that, from there, moisture will continue to slowly rotate east. we're going to keep an eye on this. it is tropical storm matthew. the trend over the next several days is fort start to lift northward. that's something we're going to have to keep an eye on for direct effects on indirect effects toward the end of next week. for the time being, temperatures starting off in the 40's. we'll jump into the 60's. kind of a cool, breezy day for us. the breeze lightning tomorrow. it will be an increase in clouds and chance of a shower in southern areas. scattered shower activity a possibility on saturday. not everyone is going to see them. it certainly isn't going
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a lingering shower. the slow-moving area of low pressure moves away. we start to get temperatures back into the mid to upper 60's by the middle of next week. erin: all right. the rain is not going to stick around. kevin: no. we're looking at passing showers and occasional showers here and there. certainly not a wash out. erin: sounds good. the top stories with ray brewer. ray: police say a false inspection sticker lead them to a major drug bust in tilton. meet off of exit 20. officers spotting evidence of drugs in one of the cars. after searching the vehicle, investigators say they found more than 750 grams of heroin worth about $80,000 on the street. they also found a large bag of crystal meth and a handgun reported stolen out of boston. erin: a keene woman is accused of helping her grandson sell drugs while she was behind bars.
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maliska and regina miner in which he instructed her to get drugs from the home and sell them. it is illegal to take a picture of the filled out ballots. a federal appeals court says it is a violation of free speech and free politics. sean: coming up on "daybreak" this morning, would you recognize david ortiz if you got in the car with him? turns out big papi was able to fool a lot of people in boston apparently 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
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strengthen and preserve medicare, and i reached across the aisle to protect access to mammograms. i approve this message because after all the false, negative ads, i'm still the kelly ayotte you know-
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sean: david ortiz has a few regular season games left in his career. he seems to be having a lot of fun with the
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undercover as a driver for lyft. he introduced himself as donny. many passengers didn't have any idea who they were sitting next to, even after the baseball was the conversation. >> who is your favorite? >> big papi. >> me too. >> david ortiz. he's retiring this yr. he wear. >> wallly, all of my shirts are his shirts. >> what? >> really? >>? erin: he was great. he should have his own reality show. he revealed himself and took time taking selfies and signing autographs. all of the riders were ladies. they didn't know it. now with the guys -- i don't know. sean: would you have recognized him? erin: there would have been some
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backfired. he is my least favorite. he was great. hakuna matata, there was exciting news for disney pans. erin: they ammonsed they are remaking the "lion king" it will reimagine in ways similar to the "jungle book" that came out in april. it will include music from the original. the studio has not announced yet when the new movie will be released. on broadway, "the lion king" is sean: it did. coming up, feel free to grab an extra cup of joe. some of the special offers for national coffee day. average warning before you do laundry, the washing machine's official say could
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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. annie kuster is working hard to get veterans off the streets with affordable housing. and she's helped connect vets with jobs so they can get back on track. that means a lot to me.
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." erin: oh, good thursday morning to you. and we're waking up to temperatures out there in the 50's. it is a little breezy this morning. sean: a little chi lingering. kevin will tub the rain possibilities over the next couple of days. let's get to the top stories. tilton police have announced a major drug bust. marijuana, fentanyl, crystal meth, and a stolen gun before found inside a traffic stop. portsmouth police detectives say they are making progress in the investigation into a pair of decades old unsolved murder cases. donald trump is returning to new hampshire today, just one day after his rival, hillary clinton, paid a
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because we've seen rain so rarely on the seven day, some people look and when they see a rain cloud, they think it is going to be a wash out for the entire day. that's not the case. kevin: no. anything is going to be fairly inconsistent, just not hanging around. partial sunshine today. temperatures starting off in 40's to near 50 degrees. we jump into the low to mid 60's. there will be a breeze out of the northeast. if you are outdoors, you notice that adding that extra bite to the airan we're going to have some scattered showers. i don't think it is an all day rain or washout on either day anywhere. erin: it was cool and windy out there at the soccer fields for some parents. we want to check the roads for you this morning. we're seeing some fog out there. especially on 93 in hooksett. kevin: down to 40 degrees. for a look at the morning ride, joined live by deb davidson. good morning, deb. deb: good morning, kevin and erin. the fog isn't slowing things down too much. 93 north and south is
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the notches down to the state line. also 101 is moving well at this time from amherst all the way out to hampton. no problems on 111 or the spaulding turnpike. right now in massachusetts, all roads are traveling at the posted speed limit. from the wzid traffic network, i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: new on "daybreak," tilton police have announced a major drug bust. sean: they say what started out as a traffic stop earlier this weeknd fentanyl, and crystal meth. ray brewer live to explain how this bust went down. good morning, ray. ray: good morning, sean. tilton police telling us that this all started when an officer pulled over a vehicle for having a false inspection sticker monday evening. they say the officer also noticed that car had met with another vehicle here at the park and ride just off of exit 20. after stopping the car,
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illegal drugs obtained to search warrant. inside the car, police say they found a large shipment of heroin, fentanyl, and crystal meth. more than 740 grams of heroin worth about 80,000 was seized. police also discovering a large amount of cash and a gun that was reported stolen out of boston. officers say it is clear that the drugs were intended to be sold in the area. police say they plan to seek federal drug and weapons charges against two of the people who identified as 39-year-old brian franklin of penacook and 21 21-year-old cray clay. live in tilton, ray brewer. erin: all right. ray, thank you. republican presidential nominee, donald trump, is paying a visit to new hampshire today. it comes three days after he faced off
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trump will hold the rally in bedford. doors open at noon. the rally starts at 3:00. you must have a ticket to attend. erin: hillary clinton was in new hampshire yesterday, making a direct appeal to younger voters with the help of vermont senator, bernie sanders. he joined the democratic nominee at u.n.h. in durham where she talked about her plan to make college more affordable. it includes free tuition at any state school for families who make und >> here in new hampshire we've got so many young people graduating with debt who aren't able to get started in their careers. >> i want young people to leave school excited about the future. erin: campus police tell us they deployed about 40 exmr. officers to make sure the crowd control went smoothly. they did not report any
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republican governor joined forces to form the libertarian ticket. they were in the studios talking about the importance of trust in the election. they say they provide a valid alternative to trump and clinton. their message of personal responsibility, freedom, and trust is picking up steam. >> both of us live by the notion that if you tell the truth, you don't have to remember anything. i think the one unforgivable in life is hypocr thing and doing another. neither bill weld nor neither are hypocrites. sean: watch the full interview with bill weld and gary johnson. erin: it has been 35 years since another woman was killed. both cases are unsolved. the body of 23-year-old laura kempton was found in 1981. year later tammy was
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the beauty school. the circumstances surrounding their death were eeriely similar. >> it was blunt force trauma. it was -- it was a rage. i mean they were brutally, brutally harmed. >> i used to go to bed at night and wake up out of the sound sleep thinking about it. thinking if i covered anything. is there anything we missed? anything else we should do? erin: it has haunted detectives. th they are now closer to solving them than ever before thanks to advancing in forensic science. there's still a 20,000 reward for information leading to an arrest. sean: president obama joined u.s. servicemen and women for a presidential town hall last night right here. it was moderated by jake tapper. it gave audience a chance to question the president on the range of topics.
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reporter: appearing were a military audience, he held questions on activity abroad. from the widow of a service member who said he waited more than a year for a colonoscopy and found out he had terminal cancer. >> we have fired a bunch of people who were in charge of some of these facilities. reporter: obama addressing ptsd. >> i have instructed the joint chiefs a command that they have a responsibility to destigmatize mental health issues. reporter: the president waiting into current controversies in the national discourse, including nfl star, colin kaepernick's' decision not to stand during the "national anthem." >> i want colin kaepernick and others on a knee listen to the
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about the pain that he may be expressing. reporter: obama on why he refuses to use islamic terrorism. >> the way it's heard and received by our friends and allies around the world is that somehow islam is terroristic. reporter: i'm reid binion reporting. erin: the flew is now officially in new hampshire. an adult tested positive for t encouraging everyone, except children younger than six months, to get vaccinated right away. symptoms include headache, fever, and coughs. last season there were 19 flu-related deaths in new hampshire. sean: we have an update to a story we told you about earlier this week. a man wanted in connection with a bank robbery in rindge has been arrested. vincent torraco was taken into custody in north carolina on tuesday. they believe he held up
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for two other bank robberies. erin: memorial hospital is holding a ribbon cutting to unveil the practice space for primary care and oncology and chemotherapy. it took two years. it was completed last summer. the public is invited to attend an open house which gets underway at 5:30 at the main entrance to the memorial hospital. sean: coming up, it is a story that you may want to hear before in warning people that some samsung washing machines could explode. erin: home depot is pulling the decoration from the stores in canada. why some customers were campaigning. kevin: slow-moving window system. we'll talk about the changes and the timing
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kevin: thursday morning, september 29th. we have fair skies and patchy fog in a few spots. looking at temperatures this afternoon to make their way back into the low to mid 60's. it comes with the breeze out of the northeast
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the line. details coming up. sean: thanks. late last night congress passed a funding measure avoiding a government shutdown. the bill heads to president obama's desk. nikole killion to explain what will happen from there. reporter: the white house says president obama will sign the bill to keep the government open. it passed the house with bipartisan support. it funds the government and includes money victims. it lacked funds to help with the water crisis. the house passed a separate measure, approving $170 million. the money won't be allocated until after the election. in washington, nikole killion, wmur news 9. erin: thank you. if you have a samsung washing machine, you are going to want to listen up. some top loaders made by samsung could explode.
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march of 2011 and april of this year may blow apart. they say only use the delicate cycle when washing bulky items. samsung says it is working with u.s. officials to help fix the problem. sean: home depot pulled a halloween decoration from the stores in canada. some people say the scary peeper creeper makes light of peeping toms. the prescription on home depot read the realistic face looks likest just like a real man is appears through the window at you. i guess that would be accurate. the $30 decoration is still available online and at home depot stores in the u.s. erin: a bizarre deer attack. look at police dash camera. to be fair, she did hit the deer with her truck
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suv. she went to open the door and the deer turned around and tried to get inside. the woman had to fight the animal off. she ended up suffering some bruises. police say the deer later passed away. sean: let's talk sports. the red sox have clenched the american league east division title for the eighth time in team history. they won the division despite losing to the yankees last night. the sox had just learned they were champs, thanks to a loss by the blue jays to the ori beat the yankees when mark teixeira ended the game with the grand slam. they won 5-3. this is the second time that the red sox have clenched the al east title on the road. there's a little celebration after the game. the first playoff game from boston will be one week from today at fenway park. erin: the third and final van riemsdyk is ready to lace them up and skate for the u.n.h.
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brendan van riemsdyk will wear number seven. fist there was james, the second overall n.h.l. draft pick, and then came trevor. they both play in the n.h.l. now. brendan will be a forward. the high school football captain did some shops for the new hampshire tackles hunger food drive. they sent them with $250 to buy some much needed items for the shepherds food pantry. there are 14 game this is weekend that sites. find a list of the schools by heading to wmur.com/sports. sean: relatives of jesse owens and 17 other african-americans who competed in the 1936 olympics will be honored at the white house today. the u.s. olympic committee ceo announced the visit last night. owens won four gold medals at the berlin games. he returns to a segregated america. according to his
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franklin roosevelt never congratulated him or invited him to the white house. erin: 100 young football players and cheerleaders got an opportunity of the lifetime. members got to work out with former patriots players, including full back patrick pass and linebacker vernon crawford. the cheerleaders got some tips from current patriot cheerleaders. the president says the kids involved in these sports are >> whether they become a professional or not, the secrets to success are showing up with a good attitude, be coachable, and working hard. and if these kids can get that out of football whether they play professionally or not, they will be successful in whatever they do. that's what we're rying to drive home. erin: in addition to the new england patriots, the football clinic was hosted by the new hampshire lottery. sean: attention coffee drinkers out there.
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today is national coffee day. some places are offering special deals in celebration of it. in dunkin' donuts, you can get a medium cup for 66 cents. the number represents the number of years dunkins has been making joe. at cumberland farms, get a free coffee of any size. all you have to do is text free cough fee to 64827 to get a coupon. a free glazed donut in honor of national coffee day. this is something i don't need on a daily basis. kevin: you don't need a day for that. any day ending in y. is that how it works? start off with fairly quiet start. visibility is down to less than a half a mile. plymouth is looking okay early this morning. we are looking at a blend of sunshine and clouds today. that breeze that we had
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along the coast and along area lakes. looks like it will stick around today. today the difference is quite a bit more in the way of brighter skies, especially in areas that were stuck in the clouds yesterday as we wait on the next system to arrive. temperatures going anywhere from the upper range of the 30's up north to lower and mid 40's in central areas. some lower 50's right now as we continue to look farther beyond. as far as today is concerned, we're looking at sunshine and clouds across the area. again we're going to have that breeze through the afternoon. at times, that's going to go at over 10-15 miles an hour. i think closer to the shoreline, we're going to look at winds today gusting over 20 miles an hour. so that is the issue early this morning as we will have all of that breeze out there to kind of keep things cool into the afternoon. beyond that, we are looking at temperatures over the next couple of days to kind of continue where they are, which is looking at temperatures hanging around in the low to mid 60's.
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of degrees shy. cooler than average temperatures last through the weekend. the best shower chances look like they will be later friday evening and into portions of the weekend. i suspect there will be a good portion that will have drier hours to it. blend of sunshine and clouds. a lot of this deflects to the south and west. could be over five inches of rain. temperatures starting off the morning in the 40's to near 50 degrees. a seasonally cool start. it is just the breeze in the open areas. that will continue to be a factor into the afternoon. a few upper 30's up north. again 40's to near 50 for most early. some lower visibility in some of the normal fog-prone areas. northeasterly wind will be the trend. gustyto area lakes. temperatures up into the low to mid 60's. today fair skies, this evening partly cloudy skies. you notice the clouds start to increase. we'll call it a building of clouds tomorrow. maybe a shower late in
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state is mainly dry tomorrow. we get into tomorrow evening and that's when the shower activity starts to win out. it will continue to and a half gait northward. as you go through most of the day on saturday, there's going to be the chance of showers. if you have the plans, i wouldn't necessarily cancel them over just the chance of a couple of showers moving through. i suspect a good portion of the day should be relatively dry, especially the farther north you go across the state, doing a little leaf peeping this weekend. temperatures pretty much holding where t over the next several days with the pattern. which means low to mid 60's for highs, lows each night in the 40's to near 50. the breeze that we have out there today lessens tomorrow. scattered showers on saturday, maybe a linger shower on sunday and monday. not the anonymous drink of water we could use at this point. again there's the dividing line where you have the chance of showers, you have the outdoor weekend plans, and you don't necessarily want to cancel them. i wouldn't at this point. there's going to be a few showers around from time to time.
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kevin: we need more than what we are going to get. erin: the pumpkin people have returned to ten communities for the fall. the idea began 30 years ago as a community building events and fundraiser. towns like jackson and plainfield were among the first to put the pumpkin people on display. learn more about them by heading to the escape outside section of wmur.com. i think my favorite pumpkin person was one they did of ray brewer. sean: i visited that one. myself in candia. very cool in front of the library. if you've seen the movie "miss doubtfire" you are sure to recognize the home. this is cocoa playing fetch in the water in barnstead. submit your pictures and video and join the
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i'd like to punch him in the face, i'll tell you. i would bomb the [bleep] out of 'em. i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go [bleep] themselves. get him out of here! get him out of here! get the hell out of here! priorities usa action is responsible
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sean: the famous house where "mrs. doubtfire" was film is for sale. they have become a memorial to robert williams. the asking price is $4.5 million. real estate is not cheap in san francisco. there you go. erin: not at all. a new sport is gaining popularity in philadelphia, competitive ax throwing. it is similar but you throw axes instead. even pro athletes are getting into it. kevin: the idea is simple. players are first taught the proper technique. yes, i think technique would be pretty important. sean: there's plenty of room in the weather department. would you mind?
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there. we don't need that. erin: get that off of your back. sean: coming up, new hampshire voters will soon be allowed to snap pictures of themselves with their ballots. we'll explain why a federal appeals court ruled the ballot selfie law is unconstitutional. ray: this park and ride in tilton the scene of a major drug bust. why police stopped the car in the first place. sean: an unusual situation at an aquarium in penguin they say was
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erin: now on "daybreak," state law overturned. why it is okay to take a selfie with your ballot. kevin: temperatures and how long they last ahead. sean: major drug bust. where they found a coming into new hampshire. erin: running drugs from behind bars. how recorded calls helped them track down a woman helping her grandson. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." erin: good morning, new hampshire. thanks for starting your day with us. i'm erin fehlau. sean: i'm sean mcdonald. yesterday is one of the days where the drizzle

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