tv News 9 Daybreak ABC September 29, 2016 6:00am-7:01am EDT
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
rain. just a little bits of a annoying rain. kevin: there were a lot of areas west and north. the clouds lingering in south eastern areas. we had the breeze out of the northeast. that added the extra chill to the air. the breeze will be out there today. we'll likely see more sunshine in most areas that we saw especially in south and eastern areas. temperatures cooler this morning. we're in the 40's for the most part. a few spots near 50. a couple of upper 30's as well. a little bit of patchy fog. relevel off into the afternoon with a blend of sunshine and clouds. more on your weekend rain chances coming up. let's look at your morning ride here in the granite state. we're joined live by deb davidson. good morning, deb. deb: good morning. we are seeing traffic traveling below the speed limit on 93 in both directions. as you make your way from tilton down through concord. that's due to the fog. it is also a bit slower right around the hooksett tolls due to the fog as well. 89 is foggy and slower
valley. 293, we're startology see the fog settle in. making your way down through the mill yard. everything looks good right now out along the seacoast in both directions. from the traffic network, i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean: new on -- ken, they have seized a major shipment of drugs coming into the state. erin: two people are facing charges. they found more than drugs. ra park and ride near exit 20 in tilton where the bust was made. good morning, ray. ray: good morning. police telling us that is where they watched the two vehicles meet. they found evidence of drugs in one of the cars. this is happening monday even here in tilton. they stopped the car for having a false inspection sticker. after searching the vehicle, investigators say they found more than 750 grams of heroin.
they found a large bag of crystal meth. it was clear that both drugs were going to be sold in the area. now officers also found a lot of cash, evidence of drug sales, and a handgun reported stolen out of boston. police telling us that now they are planning to seek federal drugs and weapons charges against the two people involved. one of them is from penacook, the other from nashua. reporting live in tilton, ray brewer, wmur news 9. of helping her grandson sell drugs behind bars. police say 23-year-old dylan malis coo was in jail for drug violations. they listened to a call he made to his grandmother where he sold her to get drugs and sell to one person. they found drugs in her home. she's now free on bail.
drug supply in new hampshire are now expanding. the state is getting $1.5 million to expand operation granite hammer. a total of 18 law enforcement agencies will share the money. some of it will be used to increase area patrols on the highways. sean: take a picture of your filled out ballot. the federal appeals court says new hampshire's ban on the ballot selfies is unconstitutional. back in 2014, state lawmakers marked ballots in an effort to crack down on potential voter fraud. the law was struck down a year ago. but the state appealed. in yesterday's ruling, the federal court says the ban is a violation of free speech. while voter coercion is a compelling interest, the state did not do enough. >> i took a picture ofy ballot and posted it on twitter and on my facebook stage for state
another incremental infringement on our constitutional rights. sean: the state has not yet issue add response to the ruling. the decision applies to the entire jurisdiction of the first circuit court of appeals. ballot selfies are allowed in maine, massachusetts, rhode island, and puerto rico. erin: two people are facing charges in connection with the disappearance of their three children. 33-year-old bobby joe and 35-year-old michael mcmaster are charged with inter the couple does not have legal custody of the children who had been missing a week before they were located. the kids are in good health. they with 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 the accident on south policy street yesterday morning. police say the mother let her 7-year-old daughter start the car tuesday evening, but the
over her 2-year-old sister's legs causing broken bones and other injuries. sean: the u.s. marshal service joint fugitive task force is now joining the search for a wanted murder. 23-year-old billy maldoado was wanted for the shooting death of jonathan vazquez ojeda. his last is manchester, but he has strong ties to springfield, massachusetts. a man is accused of driving 146 miles per hour in central maine. the state trooper that arrested 18-year-old tyler bar row says he has never clocked someone going that fast. the distance he covered in two minutes should have taken him 12. erin: police are considering charges against the vermont man who was rescued after spending a week adrift at sea.
nathan carman's mother is presumed drowned. police and the coast guard searched the home this week. according to the warrant, he's under investigation for reckless endangerment, resulting in death. police say carman remains a person of interest in the 2013 murder of his grandfather who also had a home in chesterfield. in an interview with the associated press yesterday, carman denied having anything to do with his grandfather's death. he said he d everything to save his mother. still ahead, keeping the memory of slain journalist, james foley, alive. 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 at 6:30, cold case investigation. how police are tracking two murders from more than 30 years ago. it is now 6:07. you are watching "news 9
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. and i want to say, "thank you, annie." i'm annie kuster and i approve this message. colin van ostern: i'm colin van ostern. you can go online and read our plan 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,
kevin: starting off thursday morning with fog. we are in the 40's. head up to the low to mid 60's with a blend of sunshine and clouds. the next system approaches. we'll talk about the changes it b >> organizers are gedding ready for a 5k run in rochester next month to honor the slain journalist, james foley. erin: the new hampshire native was killed by isis in 2014. this is the second year for the run which raises money for the james foley legacy foundation which advocates for american hostages and aims to protect the journalist. it is set three days
>> we had to keep his spirit alive. something to come from the tragedy. >> the reporters aren't getting in any safer situations. they need help. erin: 1,000 people took part last year. you can still sign up to take part or do a virtual run if you can't be in rochester. more information sean: pete rose is making another push to get into the baseball hall of fame. his attorneys sent a seven page letter asking it to change its stance on his eligibility. rose is the all-time hitting leader. he was banned from baseball in 1989 for betting on games. two years later they
he was denied reinstatement to baseball in december. many people have accepted him back. it is interesting to see what the hall says. erin: we'll see. 6:12. this probably won't surprise parents. 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
ed 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." cutting taxes for small businesses. 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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a teenager in south carolina killed his father at home before opening fire outside of an elementary school, wounding two studentses and a teacher yesterday. a volunteer firefighter was able to stop the teen before he got inside. neither his name nor exact age have been released. officials say he was home schooled. police say the boy did call his grandmother crying just minutes before shots were fired at the school.
penguin that was stole front an aquarium and released into the wild. two men have admitted to breaking in and taking an african penguin named buddy and dropped him off at the beach. buddy was born in captivity and never been in the ocean. they fear he will die within the next couple of weeks if they don't find him. sean: it costs more to put a child in full-time day care than that's according to a new report from the think tank new america. the report says on average it costs under $9,600 a year to send children up to age four to full-time day care. by comparison, the average cost of in-state college tuition is $9,400 a year. erin: wow. aetna is getting creative trying to get people to get more active. the company is planning
they will subsidize the cost for customers who want to buy an apple watch. employers who use aetna will be able to decide whether or not they want to offer this program. volkswagen is jumping into the electric car business as the automaker tries to recover. the company just unveiled the new concept car called the i.d. designers say it will cost less than a tesla model 3 or chevy volt. it won't be available until more than 30 fully electric vehicle designed by 2025. sean: that looks like the robot from "wall-e." fall has arrived. that means fair season. the 140th annual fairfield starts today and is the oldest family fair. it features things like animal shows, demolition derby, a pig scramble, circus, music, and plenty of food and rides as well.
fried pickles, orioles, anything. erin: my favorite is the pig scramble. sean: it is fun. demolition derby. kevin: is that scrambled eggs with ham? erin: no. you chase after the pig. kevin: our photographers have to get some video of this. setting up for what should be a decent day. we're doing to have a breeze out of the northeast. it is going to gust at times over 15-20 miles an hour. if you live along the area lakes or closer to the coast yesterday, you felt that breeze. it will be out there again today. cooler than average temperatures. mainly low to mid 60's. continue through the week with better rain chances. for the time being, the weak area of high pressure up to the north. nosing in just enough to keep skies fair for us
system. it is slowly traveling east. eventually we start to get in not necessarily on the three to six inches of rain, but some scattered shower activity. wind again today out of the northeast. temperatures starting in the upper 30's and some of the sheltered valleys. 40 in concord. still 50 in manchester. lower 50's at the coast. patchy fog and visibilities down down to less than a third of a mile in a couplef spots. the breeze will pick up again today and will be in we're going to look at a little search in temperatures as the system approaches. we aren't looking at warm temperatures by any stretch of the imagination. mid 60's will about do it for the afternoon in most spots. notice a little bump in temperature here back to the north and west. we're expecting quite a bit of sunshine into the afternoon and thanks to the northeast wind. fair skies today into the evening. lows in the 40's to lower 50's. look at the building and increase in clouds for tomorrow. maybe a couple of
plans, most of the day should be dry and certainly dry up north. from there, scattered showers start to move in tomorrow evening. maybe a brief downpour in a few spots. i don't suspect it is going to be heavy everywhere across the state. even up north you maybe mostly cloudy. scattered shower activity for the day on saturday. i suspect it will be the same on sunday. just scattered around. not everywhere and not all the time. eventually after a lingering shower on sunday or monday, that upper level system lower to mid 60's to finish. extended forecast shows us in the low to mid 60's. again the best chance of rain likely will be later friday night and some scattered showers for the first half of saturday. maybe a lingering shower into sunday. maybe a lingering shower into monday. them the system pulls away. tuesday evening coming up, i will be doing a talk at the exeter historical society, called the biggest storms in new hampshire. if you want more information, go to the web site at exeterhistory.org or
first serve situation with limited seats available. it will start at 6:30 with refreshments, and 7:00 the talk. truth be told, this is just an excuse for me to sit down and talk. they are a lot of fun. erin: that's great. you are schooled at the talks, aren't you, by people who remember this; right? kevin: this is the fun part. you talk about hurricane carol. it was at check that out. we want to check out the top stories with ray brewer. ray: a false information sticker lead to a major drug bust in tilton at the park and ride. that's where they watched the two vehicles meet on monday evening and where officers spotted evidence of drugs in one of the cars. after searching the vehicle, they found more than 750 grams of heroin worth about $80,000 on the street.
out of boston. erin: a keene woman is accused of helping her grandson sell drugs while he was behind bars. they listened to phone calls between dylan maliska and regina miner, which he instructed her to get drugs from the home and sell them. it is now legal to take a picture of your ballot when you vote. they overturned the law saying it is a violation of free speechnd politics. sean: coming up, would you recognize david ortiz if you got into a car with him? big papi was able to fool a lot of people in
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he recently went undercover as a driver for lyft. sean: undercover in quotes here. erin: he wore a wig and called himself donny. many passengers didn't have any idea, even when the conversation turned to baseball. >> who is your favorite athlete? >> papi. i think i'm supposed to like him. >> have you been to the fenway park? >> i'm going to the red sox game tonight. >> me too. i am. >> he's my favorite. i have two of his shirts that i wear. >> all of my shirts are his shirts. >> really? >> yeah. erin: he was so funny doing this; right? sean: he played it pretty cool. : this is just awesome. big papi eventually revealed himself and took time taking selfies and signing autographs for the embarrassed riders. sean: did they really not know? come on.
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." erin: good morning to you on this thursday. it is september 29th. pretty skies out there. a few waves there. 55 degrees. a little chilly to hit the beach today. sean: i don't know. i like to wax up my surfboard. we let's get to the top stories. tilton police announced a major drug bust. heroin, fentanyl, crystal meth and a stolen gun were found. they say they are making progress. donald trump is returning to new hampshire today, just one day after the rival, hillary clinton, paid a visit to the granite state. erin: all right. we're getting off to a cooler start.
kevin: we've got the breeze. with the sunshine, it is going to feel like autumn. low to mid 60's. we start off in the upper 30's. still near 50. low and mid 60's. 60 to 66 this afternoon. the breeze is going to make it feel cooler than that through the day. some sunshine before the clouds start to race in later tonight and tomorrow. erin: all right. we want to check the roads and see how things are moving out there at the hour. here's a live look at 93. this is in hooksett. kevin: for a looing at davidson. good morning, deb. deb: good morning. 93 continues to be a good ride through the state. we are beginning to see some building volume between exits three and one as the morning rush gets underway. 293 is okay from the upper to the lower split. if your commute is going to take you on to interstate 89, no delays from concord to lebanon. from the traffic network, i'm deb
erin: thanks. tilton police announced a major drug bust. sean: what started ended with the seizure of drugs and fentanyl. ray brewer live to explain how it went down. good morning, ray. ray: good morning. it started when they stoppe expired tag. they noticed evidence of illegal drugs and obtained a search warrant. inside the car, they found a large shipment of heroin, fentanyl, and crystal meth. more than 740 grams, worth of $8,000. police discovered a large amount of cash and a gun reported stolen out of boston. officers say it is clear that the drugs were intended to be sold in the area. now tilton police say
charges against the two people who were allegedly involved, identified as 39-year-old brian franklin of penacook, 21-year-old cray clay. if you have any information, you are asked to get in touch with tilton police. erin: all right. thank you. republican presidential nominee, donald trump is paying a visit to new hampshire today. his visit comes just three days after he faced off against trump will hold a rally at the new hampshire sports complex in bedford. doors open at noon. the rally starts at 3:00. you must have a ticket to attend. 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. the plan includes free tuition for families who
year. >> you are 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: cam pus police say they deployed 40 extra officers to make sure that crowd control went smoothly. they did not report any major problems. sean: a pair of republican governs joined forces to form the libertarian ticket. they were in the studios yesterday talk 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 pap >> 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
saying one thing and doing another. neither bill weld nor myself are hypocrites. sean: watch sunday morning at 10:00 on "close up." erin: it has been 35 years since a woman was yeared a year before another woman was killed. both cases are unsolved. the body of 23-year-old laura kempton was found in 1989. a year later the body of tammy little were found. both women were students at the beaut surrounding their deaths were eeriely similar. >> i can tell you it was blunt force trauma and -- it was -- it was a rage. i mean they were brutally, brutally armed. >> i used to go to bed at night, wake up out of the sound sleep, thinking about it. thinking if i cover everything, is there anything that we missed. anything else we should do. erin: they wanted to solve these cases.
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. the event moderated by cnn's jake tapper gave the audience members a chance to question the president on a range of topics. reid binion has the details. >> appears before a military audience o terror much, veterans health, and military activity abroad. an emotional moment as they took accountability 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 one of people who were in charge of some of the facilities. reporter: obama addressing ptsd. >> i've instructed the
command they have a responsibility to destigmatize mental health issues. >> the president also waiting in the current controversies, including nfl star, colin kaepernick's decision not to stand during the national anthem. >> i want mr. kaepernick and others who were on the knee, i want them to listen to the pain that they may cause. i also want people to think about that he may be expressing. reporter: obama responding to the question on why he he refuses to use the phrase, islamic terrorism. >> the way it is heard and received by our friends and allies around the world is that somehow islam is terroristic. reporter: reid binion reporting. erin: the flu is in new hampshire. the department of health says an adult tested positive for the flu.
except children younger than six months, to get vaccinated right away. symptoms include fever, headache, cough, sore throat, and runny rose. the 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 has been arrested. vincent toro was taken into custody in north carolina on tuesday. they believe he held up a td bank last friday. have been responsible for two other bank robberies. erin: memorial corral hospital is holding a ribbon cutting to unveil the newly renovated practice space for primary care, oncology, and chemotherapy. it took two years. the public is up sited to attend an open house after the ribbon cutting which gets underway at 5:30 at the main entrance to memorial hospital. sean: coming up on thursday, it is a story you may want to hear before doing your laundry.
kevin: thursday morning, september 29th. we start out with thick fog. other spots with a good sunrise. we'll enjoy the sunshine through the day today. still the breeze out of the northeast. clouds increasing tomorrow. ahead of the next system. we'll track that and give the timing of which for the weekend forecast coming sean: no visibility. last night congress passed a funding measure avoiding a government shutdown. the bill now heads to president obama's desk. ny cell killion is in washington this morning to explain what will happen from there. reporter: the white house says president obama will sign the bill after it passed with bipartisan support. it funds through early december and includes money to fight zika and help louisiana flood
bill because it lacked funds to help flint, michigan. the house passed a separate measure approving money for the communities. that money won't be allocated until after the election. nikole killion. erin: if you have a samsung washing machine, listen up. the u.s. regulators say some top leaders could explode. in the last 18 months, they say that 21 washers made between 2011 and april of this year blew apart. they suggest that people only use the delegate cycle when washing the bulky items to help lessen the risk of injuries. in the meantime, they say they are working with u.s. officials to fix the problem. sean: home depot pulled a halloween decoration from the stores in canada following several complaints. some people say the
tom's. the realistic face looks like a real man is looking through your window. the $30 decoration, don't worry, it is still available online and at home depot stores here in the u.s. erin: a bizarre deer attack was caught on tape in new jersey. take a look at the police dash camera video. to be fair, this woman did hit this deer with her truck. a woman says that she hit it with the suv and then went to open the door to see what happened. and then the deer turned around and triedo the animal. she ended up suffering some bruises. police say that the deer later passed away. sean: let's talk sports. the red sox clenched the american league east division title for the eighth time in team history. the win -- 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 orioles. they were about to beat the yankees, but that's
with a grand slam. the yankees won. this is the second time in team history the red sox had clenched the argues l east title on the road and celebrating in another locker room. first playoff game will be before boston in one week from today possibility at fenway park. erin: i love celebrating that loss there; right? the third and final van riemsdyk is ready to lace them up and skate for the u.n.h. hockey team. brendan will wear number 7 as a freshman for the wildts he was second overall in the nhl draft pick, and came along trevor. they were both all americans who play in the nhl. brendan will be a forward. high school football captains did some shops for the new hampshire tackles hunger food drive. the booster club isn't them to buy much needed items for the food pantry. there are 14 games this weekend that will serve as collection sites. find a list of the
wmur.com/sports. sean: realives of jesse owens and other athletes who competed in the 1936 olympics will be honored. owens won four gold medals at the berlin games. he returned to a regulated america. according to his interviews, franklinro invited him to the white house. erin: cheerleaders got an opportunity of the lifetime. members got to work out with former patriot player, including full back patrik pass and linebacker vernon crawford. they say the kids involved are learning important life lessons.
professional or not, the secret is showing up with a good attitude, be coachable, and working hard. if they 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 trying to drive home. erin: in addition to the new england patriots, the football clinic was hosted by the new england lottery. sean: today is national coffee day. some places are offering special deal. you can g of coffee. it represents the number of years dunkins has been making joe. cumberland farms will give you free coffee. just text to the number 64827 to get a coupon on your smartphone. krispy kreme is offering customers a free cup of cough -- coffee and free glazed donut. which is better? the donut or coffee? that's a tough one.
isn't every day national coffee day? kevin: it seems the way. especially with the shift. we start off that you are going to notice we have fairer skies. of course there are some areas of lower visibility out there this morning. if you are looking at your way in. from for, we are looing at a blend of sunshine and clouds and what should be a mid autumn day. we'll have a today. yesterday it was gusting at times over 20 miles an hour closer to the shoreline. look for the same possibility again today. most of the rainfall deflected to the south and west as it gets absorbed by the uber level system. plenty of rainfall here. four or five inches of rain in the mid atlantic states. while this continues to travel east, this heavier rainfall will be shunted to the west. eventually around here we'll start to get some scattered shower activity pushing in.
tomorrow for southern areas. starting to develop elsewhere tomorrow night. temperatures in the 40's to near 50 degrees this morning. again some fog is an issue in spots early. northeasterly breeze will continue to be a factor into the afternoon. 10-20 plus miles an hour. the plus along the lakes and at the coastline. a few upper 0's. 40's to near 50 early. temperatures this afternoon will be up into the low to mid 60's. a couple of areas this morning contending with some thick fog. clouds and the northeasterly wind into the afternoon. that will keep it cooler. lower 60's at the shoreline. inland sections anywhere between 62 and 66 this afternoon. the breeze will kind of temper that a little bit through the day. otherwise again fair skies into the evening with lows tonight dropping into the 40's to lower 50's. you notice some high clouds drifting in overnight. those will thicken during the daylight hours tomorrow. the pictures again trying to best 60. a couple of showers
later in the day. most of that confined to southern areas. scattered showers lifting northward. the most organized will be for the first half of saturday. again we're going to run the risk of a couple of showers here or there later saturday or into sunday. nothing terribly organized at least as the maps are suggesting at this point. if you have the outdoor plans for the weekend, early saturday there could be quite a bit of shower activity around. i suspect that will be the most organized. this matthew. it goes through the caribbean and starting to lift northward. this could be an issue. that's something we'll keep tabs on through the weekend. for the time being, we start off in the 40's and climb into the low to mid 60's. the breeze, cool conditions, and partial sunshine. tomorrow clouds continue to build and maybe a shower late in the day. scattered showers friday night and a couple more around on saturday. could be a linger shower sunday or monday. the low will be slow to move away.
sunshine. erin: all right. the pumpkin people returned to ten new new hampshire communities to the fall. the idea began more than 30 years ago as a community building event and fundraiser. they were among the first to put out the pumpkin people. one of our favorite pumpkin people was the one done of ray brewer. who could forget this one. it was on display in candia. do you see the resemblance there? i know. the mike fla h pumpkin people by heading to the escape outside section of wmur.com. sean: had to be one of the most visited pumpkin people out there; right? the ray brewer. i love that. 6:51. still to come, a final check on your top stories, including a major drug bust in tilltop. they found tens of thousands of worth of heroin and took it off of the streets. now time for the u local hot shot. this is cocoa playing
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erin: 6:55. updating the top stories. sean: tilton police announced a major drug bust. here's ray brewer. ray: police say this began when an officer stopped the car for having a false inspection sticker. prior to that, the officers noticed the car met at another vehicle. after stopping the car, officers say they noticed evidence of illegal drugs, including heroin, fentanyl, and crystal meth. they also discovered a large amount of cash and a gun that was reported stolen out of helping her grandson sell drugs while he was behind bars. police say they listened to phone calls between dylan maliska and regina miner in which he instructed her to get drugs from the home and sell them. sean: voters will be allowed to snap a photo of their ballot and post it on social media without the threat of violating state
visit to new hampshire today. he will hold a rally at the new hampshire sports complex in bedford this afternoon. sean: if you are heading out the door, you might see some fog. let's check out the travel times. i-93 down to boston taking longer. 93 portsmouth to boston about the same time. kevin: some fog in places. otherwise beautiful sunrise setting up early this morning. temperatures in the 40's to lower range of the 50's. setting up into the low to mid 60's this afternoon with a northeast. clouds increase tomorrow. a couple of showers late tomorrow or tomorrow night. a couple more scattered showers a possibility. not a wash out for the weekend. erin: coming up next on "good morning america," do not miss robin roberts one on one with amanda knox. she's speaking out about the new documentary surrounding her infamous murder trial. sean: there's been a lot of buzz about that. an exclusive interview with nathan carman. he was lost at sea for
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