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erin: now on daybreak, possible strike. the number of students who could be affected if local bus drivers walk off the job later this month. >> we are in the final stretch and yet there are still some campaign first. i will tell you ab brisk, bringing in cooler air. what that means for the weekend with futurecast ahead. sean: mother arrested. the important information police say a woman failed to tell them about her young children when they caught her shoplifting. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur news 9 daybreak. erin: good morning, new
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sean: good morning. i'm sean mcdonald. i noticed the stars in the sky. they finally cleared but we got some much-needed rain. kevin: a lot of that pulling away now although there are still a few lingering showers in the north country. we continue to drive things out and it should be a brisk afternoon as the wind picks up out of the northwest -- in southern areas of the state, a great deal of sunshine and temperatures from the 40's to the lower half of the 50's but the wind will make it feel much cooler. let's take a look at your friday morning drive here in the granite state. we're joined live by 95.7 wzid's deb davidson. happy friday. deb: 93 north and south is working well.
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you make your way from the upper split in hooksett to the lower split in manchester. things are moving well through the bedford tolls making your way into nashua. this report is being brought to you by -- i am deb davidson. sean: students and parents in several local towns are being warned this morning that their school bus drivers could go on strike later this month. erin: this involves drivers for the company first student serving the timberlane and ray brewer is live outside the union offices in manchester to explain all the issues going on. ray: good morning. we need to stress that nothing has been decided yet but school officials say if this strike does happen it would affect roughly 4500 students in five towns. at the center of the dispute is a pension plan. that is the center of the labor dispute with the teamsters local union number 633. the superintendent for
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saying there were contract issues and that services could be affected. parents were quickly notified. the school says if the strike does happen, it likely will not start for at least three weeks. but they are already working on backup plans and some parents are working to organize a carpool system. >> we are not quite sure what that will all mean but currently we are looking at traffic routes and that sort of thing, how we would get that many many students into our schools. we will get through this one way or another but it will be because we have great families and great kids. ray: first student does provide bus services with several other school districts in the state but right now this potential , strike would only affect timberlane and hampstead. school officials say if there is a strike it could happen on very short notice. reporting live in manchester ray
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from the elections and new , hampshire is getting a lot of attention from the campaigns. republican nominee donald trump is holding a rally at noon today in atkinson. and chelsea clinton is holding 'get out the vote' events for her mother at keene state college and dartmouth college. on sunday democratic nominee hillary clinton will be in new hampshire though details of her , manchester visit have not been released. ivanka trump will also be here and on monday the day before the elections president obama will hold a rally at unh for clinton while donald trump will rally supporters at the snhu arena in manchester. and it is not just new hampshire seeing a flurry of activity. abc's lana zak is following the final push across the country. lana: with the finish-line in sight, melania trump took to the podium in her first solo campaign stop. >> he certainly knows how to shake things up, doesn't he? lana: appealing to suburban
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battleground state of pennsylvania. >> we must treat each other with respect and kindness even when we disagree. lana: and in arizona, another campaign first. tim kaine, the democratic vp nominee, delivered a speech entirely in spanish. across the country, surrogates for hillary clinton and donald trump are delivering closing arguments, and adding some star power to the campaign trail . >> this election is just too lana: musician pharell appeared with clinton thursday night and today jay-z joins clinton in cleveland, ohio. in the final crisscrossing of the nation, the two candidates laying out very different messages. mr. trump you know when i look : at these great admirals and these great generals and these great medal of honor recipients behind me, to think of her being
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ms. clinton: we are standing against the possibility of returning and normalizing discrimination. take it seriously, my friends, because it truly is, it truly is at stake in this election. lana: north carolina got an earful yesterday. the two speeches you just heard were from dueling rallies in north carolina, and today they lana zak, abc news, washington. erin: state police are looking for an inmate they say walked away from the cholos county jail. investigators say brandan bernier was last seen near the recycling center in stewartstown around 8:30 yesterday morning. police say he has burn scars on his forehead and face and he has ties to several areas in northern new hampshire and may have contacts over the border in vermont as well. police are also looking for a work release inmate missing from
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unit in manchester. officials say 68-year-old william roy of claremont didn't return wednesday afternoon after leaving for a private appointment. police say he walks with a cane. sean: a former manchester bar owner has been ordered to pay nearly $92,000 in restitution after pleading guilty to theft, tax fraud and perjury. investigators say 49-year-old timothy gage failed to submit meal and rental payments for tj's sports bar and grill to the department of revenue over the course of three years. that bar is now under new ownership and a new name. prosecutors say gage also lied during a labor law hearing in order to reduce a civil penalty. if he stays out of trouble he will not spend any time behind bars. erin: a frightening scene in south burlington, vermont where police arrested a woman for shoplifting not realizing her two young children were in the car. officers arrested 34-year-old shanna jacobs yesterday at kohl's but say she never
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with the door unlocked. nearly an hour later another , shopper called police after noticing two children alone in a car in the parking lot. >> i have dealt with plenty of kids left in cars, not a situation like this. it is upsetting. the children are young, they were certainly upset. i think once mom realized what was happening she was certainly upset. erin: jacobs is charged with child. her children have been released into her custody but dcf has been notified. erin: -- sean: still to come on news 9 daybreak after months of dry weather we have finally had several rainy days recently, and that is great news for the drought especially in one part of the state. erin: reveling in the win. the life lesson one local cubs fan says we can learn from chicago's world series title.
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musician as she takes the spotlight tonight. spotlight tonight. imagine if hillary clinton wins the white house... then what? liberal carol shea-porter? she'll be a rubber stamp for clinton's agenda. progressive shawn o'connor? he'll be a rubber stamp, too. and you know their agenda: higher taxes. more government spending. and a weaker national defense. only frank guinta will put new hampshire first. that's the key difference in this race. frank guinta. he's on our side. i'm frank guinta
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kevin: we continue to watch the clouds drift through, giving way to some sunshine and we are expecting a blend of sunshine throughout the weekend but a few split -- flurries or sprinkles from time to time. sean: water but the recent rain is good news for the drought conditions. erin: in fact several bodies of , water including the merrimack river are starting to approach normal levels and the drought conditions in strafford and merrimack counties have improved from extreme to severe that -- extreme to severe. that means that just 5% of the state is now facing extreme drought. however, environmental officials say we need another month of consistent rain.
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years in the making today. the parade for the world series champion cubs starts at noon eastern, followed by a rally in our later. and sales of cubs championship gear is already shattering records for major league baseball. while many fans have waited their whole lives for this one woman in sunapee was actually alive the last time the cubs won but now she can enjoy it. hazel nilson was just two months old the last time her beloved she is 108. >> if you have faith and patience you'll get what you , want. and for years i was very patient, but they won. erin: faith and patience. hazel grew up walking distance from wrigley field and she already has a cubs world series hat, as she should. she also says she wouldn't mind if the cubs won again next year.
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5:12 right now. coming up, helping others. one of the top athletes at woodsville high school says he wants to make a difference in his community. heating assistance. money will be available earlier than usual this year for low income families. sean: meet buck. this week's adopt a pet is a 1-year-old german shepherd and labrador retriever mix. he loves making new friends and enjoys playing fetch and chasing he is waiting for you at the animal rescue network of new england in pelham. england in pelham. i'm maggie hassan, and new hampshire has a very clear choice: do we keep going with a senator who repeatedly votes with the corporate special interests... or a new senator who sides with the people of new hampshire? my focus has always been on creating opportunity for working families: making college and job training more affordable. lowering prescription drug costs. and always protecting a woman's right
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sean: one of the stars of the woodsville high school basketball team says he really wants to make a difference in his community and help others. senior sam pushee is a standout for the engineers in both basketball and soccer and is hoping to make a run at a state title this winter. he is also a great student and
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he hopes to attend colby sawyer college next year and plans to become either a nurse practitioner or a physician. erin: the city of san francisco is now suing the developers of a luxury high rise that is sinking and waning. the lawsuit claims that the developers knew about the problems but didn't tell potential home buyers. the millennium tower is about eight-years-old but has sunk 16 inches into the soft soil and is now tilting about six inches. sold for more than $10 million. the developers say they complied with all state and local disclosure laws. sean: granite staters who need help paying their heating bills this winter can apply for help earlier than normal this year. li-heap typically doesn't open until december first, but the money is already available and the state is ready so the program will open on november 14 this year. more than 32,000 households in new hampshire took advantage of
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border officials in the u.s. and canada are testing out some new equipment along the border between vermont and quebec. there is only an agent on duty at the morses line crossing until 4:00 p.m. after that, there are cameras run by an agent in ontario. that agent will verify documents and then lower the gates via the cameras. if there is a problem agents can be dispatched. officials will decide next year if they want to keep using the technology. er little extra skill instead of luck to win in atlantic city. caesars entertainment is now introducing the first skill-based slot machines. danger arena is a video game and players win or lose based on how many robots they destroy. the goal is to appeal to younger people who grew up playing video games. is this the wave of the future? kevin: is it like asteroids or
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pac-man? sean: you do not have to pull the lever anymore, you just hit the button. kevin: probably a lot of slot machine elbows. we start off early this morning with fair skies across the area. the wind country and we will continue to see those the road up north while cal fairweather clouds in the afternoon. it will be cooler in the afternoon with temperatures in the 40's to the lower range of the 50's. a cool weekend on the way and we run the risk of sprinkles each afternoon or a couple of flurries each afternoon dust each morning, especially in the north country -- each morning especially in the north country.
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and cloud cover up north. when we get into the afternoon, drier air should feed in as this disturbance glides through. from there it is just a couple of weak disturbances, one tomorrow morning and another one sunday which can provide a couple of additional showers. for the time being it is a couple of next showers or snowflakes in the high elevations. of snow showers every afternoon. temperatures in the low and mid 40's. the cool spot in mount washington. nashua had clear skies overnight. we had a bit of a northwesterly breeze this morning and that will tend to pick up this afternoon, and the cooler air will start bringing in the air mass we will have in place for the weekend.
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50's in some spots. the wind will have a next her bite to it -- extra bite to it. temperatures dropping back into the 20's about statewide overnight. clouds approach in the morning and snow showers up north, maybe a passing sprinkle or flurry in central or southern areas but otherwise partial sunshine. that continues into sunday with more organized wind. sunshine and a changeable sky. up north we will have the chance of a couple of scattered or mixed snow showers. we are back in the 40's to the low range of the 50's and then 50's with sunshine for election day. partial sunshine through the midweek stretch before we see cooler air arrive late next week. sean: a little brisk but we will take it.
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ray: school officials and timberlane are -- they got a letter from the union saying there are contract issues. parents were quickly notified. this strike will likely not start for another three weeks but they are working on a backup plan. sean: state police are looking away from the coos county jail. investigators say brandan bernier was last seen near the recycling center in stewartstown around 8:30 yesterday morning. a former manchester bar owner has been ordered to pay nearly $92,000 in restitution after pleading guilty to theft, tax fraud and perjury. investigators say 49-year-old timothy gage failed to submit meal and rental payments for tj's sports bar and grill to the department of revenue over the course of three years. erin: coming up on daybreak,
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parade this year.
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erin: the tournament of roses parade in pasadena is just two months away and for the first grand marshals. sean: all 3 are olympic gold medalists. at 30-years-old track star allyson felix is the youngest grand marshal in the history of the parade. she will be joined by diving champ greg louganis and 4 time swimming champion janet evans . this year's parade theme is echoes of success. erin: reality tv star kendall
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sean: her mother gave her a brand-new rolls-royce -- why not -- worth at least $250,000. the car was wrapped up in a bow and her sister, khloe karsashian, says jenner was shocked when she got the car. she also got a $12,000 jewel-studded bottle of wine. erin: those kardashians. half hour, debates continue and last night all three candidates , in the first congressional district stepped into the spotlight. erin: plus, the men's soccer -- sean: plus, the men's soccer team at harvard university is in first place. find out why the team will not be allowed to finish out the
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur news 9 daybreak. erin: good friday morning. it is november 4. we are waking up to temperatures in the 40's in many areas. we had all that rain yesterday and i'm interested to find o release those details? erin: hopefully. sean: let's get right to our top stories, parents in five towns are being warned about a possible strike by school bus drivers who work for first student, due to a contract dispute. with just four days to go before the election, the candidates in the first congressional district got their chance to face off last night in our granite state debates. and a manchester man is facing charges this morning after police say he led an officer on a chase in a stolen car.
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did get rain yesterday, but any bit helps. kevin: yes, any little bit we can get. the amounts of deficit were around six to six and a half inches in concord, but over a foot of rain fall from manchester to the shoreline so still in extreme drought. we are in a race for time getting as much rain we can before the ground freezes. next week. erin: when did we see the ground freezing? kevin: usually in december. erin: let's hope we get some rain this november. here is how things are moving on the road on 93 from hooksett. kevin: for a look at the morning drive here in the granite state, we're joined live by 95.7 wzid's deb davidson. good morning, deb.
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pocket of heavy moving volume. other than that, the southbound side is moving well as you make your way through the state. light fog them from amherst to hampton and 95 is looking nice in both directions. this is being brought to you by auto fair. i am deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean: parents in several towns are being warned about a possible strike by school bus drivers who work for the company first student. erin: offls districts say the potential disruption could happen later this month. ray brewer joins us live now outside the union office in manchester to explain what led up to this warning. ray: good morning. school officials say this all revolves around a contract dispute with the bus drivers. if the strike happens it would affect more than 4000 student in five towns. buses were on schedule thursday
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in jeopardy according to the teamsters local union number 633. >> unless friday we receive a letter from the teamsters that represent the bus drivers and it basically indicated that they were having some contractual issues. they indicated they may withhold services from the district. for me it was a do not mess with our kids moment. ray: the school district informed parents right away about the situation invoin a precaution. we are told the labor dispute is over a pension plan. >> the higher a vendor. we have a contract with them. they are employees, unionized mid-contract. that has complicated some of the work but that is something they need to figure out. ray: superintendent of schools dr. earl metzler says the strike would not happen for at least three weeks, but they are putting together a plan b if something should occur.
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clause in a contract, you get in front of a judge and you get an injunction so that would be part of the plan. ray: parents are also starting to organize a car pool system, just in case. >> we are not quite sure what that will all mean that currently we are looking at traffic routes and that sort of thing, how we would get that many cars with that many students into our schools. we will get through this one way or another but because we have great families and kids. ray: the school district tells could happen on short notice. again, there is no word at this time if a strike will actually come to be. reporting live in manchester, ray brewer, wmur news 9. sean: the candidates in new hampshire's first congressional district got a chance to face off last night in our granite state debate. incumbent republican congressman frank guinta democrat carol , shea-porter and independent shawn o'connor also part in
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guinta and shea-porter took turns taking jabs at o'conner. shea-porter took digs at his business record while guinta slammed him as a bernie sanders progressive. >> mr. o'connor has identified himself as a progressive democrat, a bernie-crat, and that's why he was running for a year and a half in the democratic primary. >> he had a boutique business that helped people get into law school. we need jobs that people can actually have right now. >> i understand that both the congresswoman and the congressman are upset about my meteoric rise in the polls, but the fact of the matter is i created jobs here in new hampshire. sean: tonight the candidates for , the second congressional district will face-off in our fourth and final granite state debate. incumbent democrat annie kuster and republican jim lawrence will take the stage at 7:00. erin: daybreak this morning, a manchester man is accused of leading police on a chase in a stolen car. police say an officer spotted 35-year-old kevin denbow driving a car that was reported stolen
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car, but it sped off. denbow eventually stopped and took off on foot but he was quickly captured. police say he also had a warrant out for his arrest out of allenstown for burglary. sean: also new this morning, the national home security company protect america has compiled a list of what is says are the top burglary safe zones and burglary hot spots in new hampshire. charlestown topped the list as the safest town when it comes to home atkinson, grant them greenland , and durham. the top burglary-prone areas are five carroll waterville valley i think him, ever held, and freedom. a seabrook police officer suffered minor injuries when his cruiser collided with a public works pickup truck. the accident happened shortly before eight yesterday morning on route 286. state police say a lebanon public works truck was trying to make a left turn when the cruiser hit it, causing both vehicles to go off the road. erin: tonight, a rochester
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spotlight in a big way. 14-year-old kacie grenon will open for country singer scotty mccreery at the hampton beach casino ballroom. we caught up with the st. thomas aquinas high school freshman at her volleyball game last night. she says she's been singing and playing her guitar and ukelele all her life, including at town events and farmer's markets. this time she'll have 30 minutes to showcase her talent and meet the american idol winner. >> if i do meet him i'll probably just be like, hey, it's stuff. erin: tickets are still available for tonight's show. you can get them by heading to casinoballroom.com. sean: maybe the next big star. erin: attention, teachers and students. you are getting a chance to win a share of $2 million in samsung technology for your school. sean: it's all part of the samsung solve for tomorrow contest.
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through science, technology, engineering and math. project ideas must be submitted by november 15. last year, winnisquam high school in tilton was named the state winner. it received $20,000 in technology. erin: that is amazing. coming up on daybreak, a frightening attack in florida. >> the squirrel has been tossed outside but we need help for the people. erin:le recovering after being attacked by a squirrel at a senior living facility. sean: you just do not hear that every day. and the maker of nutella is making an interesting request. we'll explain why it wants the product to be classified as a spread, instead of a dessert topping. kevin: northwest wind today continues to feed in the cooler air and it will be around through the weekend.
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then what? liberal carol shea-porter? she'll be a rubber stamp for clinton's agenda. progressive shawn o'connor? he'll be a rubber stamp, too. and you know their agenda: higher taxes. more government spending. and a weaker national defense. only frank guinta will put new hampshire first. that's the key difference in this race. frank guinta. he's on our side. i'm frank guinta and i approved this message. kevin: friday morning, november 4 reese to with quite a few clouds in northern parts of the state and partly cloudy in central and southern areas. a northwesterly wind will add a
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sean: believe it or not, we're down to the last days of campaigning ahead of the election and this weekend the , candidates are making a full-court press. nikole killion is live in washington this morning to tell us about the states they're targeting. nikole: good morning. there's a lot of overlap on the campaign trail today with both candidates hitting three states. entering the final weekend of the election, hillary clinton and donald trump are splitting clinton today in michigan, pennsylvania and ohio. trump also in the buckeye and keystone states and new hampshire. last night both held dueling rallies in north carolina trying to paint a picture of what it would be like if the other wins the white house next tuesday. mr. trump when i look at these : great admirals and these great generals, to think of her being
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: entire campaign offering dog whistle to his most hateful supporters. do any of us have a place in trump's america? nikole: helping with their closing arguments, a roster of heavy hitters from president obama. president obama: this isn't a joke. this isn't survivor. nikole: to melania trump touting her husband in her first campaign speech since the republican convention. >> he certainly knows how to shake things up, doesn't he? will be out campaigning for him today along with nearly a dozen surrogates, meantime team clinton is featuring a concert tonight jay-z, with beyonce reportedly set to join him. and they'll close out the campaign next monday with a joint appearance with the obamas. sean: they are very busy. let's talk more about the candidates travel schedule. what does is say about their strategy right now?
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clinton adding a stop to new hampshire, part of that probably has to do with the polls. clinton trailing trump by a point. a boston globe paul is showing the race tied. clinton was up in the last couple of weeks so that might explain her stop to the granite state. we are seeing her do something similar in michigan, adding a spot -- stop. that is safe for her but she will be looking to shore up support. donald trump is hitting pennsylvania, a blue state he hopes to pick off. his weekend we are seeing him focus on a lot of must win states so he will be in places like florida, north carolina, and iowa. erin: harvard university has suspended its men's soccer team
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allegations that sexual comments were made about members of the women's team. the university president said in a statement last night that an investigation into the 2012 team found that their " appalling comments continued through the current season." a 2012 document, uncovered by the student newspaper, rated the attractiveness of players on the women's team and included lewd comments about them. >> it is important for the school to uphold their >> i understand it is something to be frowned upon but when you cancel an entire season you punish the entire academic body. erin: harvard's athletic director sent an email to student athletes, announcing that the university will forfeit its remaining games. the soccer team is currently in first place in the ivy league. sean: frightening moments at a senior living facility in florida. at least three people were injured when they were attacked by a squirrel.
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entered our building, and it is in our activity room. it's jumping on people and biting them and scratching them. sean: the caller later told the dispatcher that someone threw the squirrel out the door. she then said an ambulance was needed for one of the people who was bitten. there is no word as to how serious the injuries were. the maker of nutella wants the u.s. food and drug administration to change its classification from a dessert topping to a spread. the change would enable the company to lower the serving size on its labels. the current rv tablespoons, equaling 200 calories. the company apparently thinks that a smaller serving size, with fewer calories, might make people likely to buy nutella. now the fda is asking nutella customers to tell them how big their portions are. erin: turning now to sports it , was a big test for the boston celtics last night as they took ton the nba champion cleveland cavaliers and lebron james. in the second quarter the celtics were down by nine when
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rebound and finished the lay in. brown had 19 points on the night. isaiah thomas scored 30 for boston. lebron james led cleveland with 30 points and 12 assists. and the cavaliers held on to win it 128-122. sean: to the ice now. the bruins were on the road last night playing at the tampa bay lightning. there was a lot of scoring in this one. they went through overtime to a shoot out tied it three. finally in the 10th round of the erin: the 10th annual manchester city marathon, half marathon, relay, and 5-k takes place this sunday. ken martin is ready. he has run the half marathon every year. there are some exciting changes this year. snhu has taken over as the lead sponsor and with their financial backing, millennium running was hired to do it up big time. the course has changed, with the starting line now in front of
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the goffstown rail trail will be utilized as well. the race begins live on wmur at 8:50 sunday morning. kevin skarupa will be running. kevin: what i love about this race is you get the time change. he gives you an extra hour to get ready. sean: how many people will be at the race an hour early? kevin: good point. they could just start running. with quite a few clouds in the northern half of the state. clear skies in southern areas and we will enjoy a good amount of sunshine through the day but a brisk wind out of the northwest continuing to final in the air mass we will have to the weekend. 40's up north, low and mid 50's elsewhere. partial sunshine in general but
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of day. could be up near 60 by election day. western areas, and occasional overcast, thicker cloud cover north. central and southern areas of the state enjoying mostly clear skies. there are several disruptions, each prong to the north. temperatures right now ranging from the upper 30's and lower 40's in southern parts of the state with not much wind initially, to the same temperatures out west. further north we are seeing a lot more 30's, even with the thicker cloud cover which is trying to keep temperatures up near 40 degrees. a of flurries or sprinkles this morning.
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quite feel that way. there will be a lighter breeze tomorrow for it to pick up -- only for it to pick up on sunday. getting up into the lower 50's in southern spots. with the breeze tonight, fair skies to start the evening. these clouds pulling in will likely be that next disturbance and a couple of snow showers of north from that, and back-and-forth between showers up north. starting to dry off during the afternoon and warming up on monday, upper 60's on election day. once this starts to rotate out we get into some milder air for the second half of next week. temperatures in the upper 40's to the low range of the 50's with a brisk wind out of the northwest.
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with a much lighter wind overnight. the extended forecast, a reminder of the time change this weekend, setting back the clocks saturday into sunday, and next week in the 50's for the most part. sean: a well rested kevin skarupa this weekend. erin: a nursing home in derry welcomed a special visitor last month. the derry true blue trotters 4-h club brought a horse to pleasant valley nursing home to visit with a hospice patient. the woman grew up with horses and wanted to see one, one final time, so the club brought the horse right to her in that facility. they also brought a miniature donkey and a dog along for the visit. just a sweet story. sean: earlier this week, we told you about an 85-year-old utah woman who works as a bagger at a local grocery store. well, here in new hampshire, we also have plenty of people spending their golden years in the workforce. one of them is hattie edmunds. she is 95-years-old and still
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hattie has been working there since she and her late husband, clarence, opened the business back in 1942. she has got some work experience, still going strong. erin: it is wonderful. still to come on newsnine daybreak, a couple of australian pull off a challenging prank. we'll tell you how they tricked north korean authorities into thinking they were honored
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what's kelly ayotte costing you? you're paying more for prescription medicines. kelly ayotte blocked lower cost generic drugs. you're paying high interest rates on college loans. ayotte voted against letting you refinance at lower rates. and you're paying higher bank fees while ayotte voted for special breaks to wall street executives. kelly ayotte. she's siding with corporate special interests and that's costing you. she's not working for new hampshire. i alone can fix it! bomb the [bleep] out of 'em. i'd like to punch him in the face. i like people that weren't captured, okay? he's a mexican! she ate like a pig... i moved on her like a [bleep] i did not say that... i love war. yes, including with nukes. blood coming out of her... they're rapists... wrong. there has to be some form of punishment. such a nasty woman. i wanna be unpredictable. ...on 5th avenue and shoot somebody... she's a slob... i don't remember! and you can tell them
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and i approved that message. sean: a future new hampshire state trooper in the making. this is peter. his mom is sending a big thanks to sergeant lencki for taking the time to take pictures with her son and even give him an autograph. she says peter idolizes law enforcement and now he can't stop talking about getting trooper lencki's autograph. how cool is that? erin: i think the trooper probably feels pretty good as well. a couple of australian pranksters left officials in
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that's because the pair says they tricked authorities into believing they were an official australian golf team. the duo had to surrender their passports when they entered north korea and they enjoyed the perks of being honored guests. kevin: they spent five days being taken on official visits around the capitol city. however their poor golf skills where it eventually exposed at a two-day tournament. a local person told them they had played so badly that they "brought shame on their sean: the poor golf skills gave it away. kevin: you have to think about making a movie. sean: you are definitely not greg norman. coming up in the next hour of news 9 daybreak a former , manchester bar owner is being ordered to pay up. find out how much money he owes in restitution after pleading guilty to theft and tax fraud. ray: we will tell you about
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school district case the bus drivers go on strike. erin: if you like chicken fingers, you will want to stay tuned for this. we'll tell you where our viewers says you can find the best
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be affected if local bus drivers walk off the job later this month. lana: we are in the final stretch, yet there are still some campaign first. i will tell you all about it, coming up. kevin: northwest winds turning brisk, bringing in cooler air. what that means for the weekend, ahead. sean: mother arrested. the important information police say failed to tell them about her young children when they caught her shoplifting. national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 "daybreak." erin: good morning and happy i'm friday. erin fehlau. sean: good morning. i'm sean mcdonald. we had a lot of rain yesterday. we needed it. it looks like a nice day today. kevin: a decent weekend on the way. the north country, occasional

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