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return for the rams so maybe a good thing for the area >> that's a good thing for southern california. >> uh-huh and that's what's making news in america this morning. >> s >> chino hills! chino hills! erin:ons after several winning tickets in the powerball were sold. thsearch is on for the winners. >> it was a wide range of vaccines. sean: hundreds of children may need to get new vaccinations after a storage problem at a hospital in lebanon. kevin: a fairly quiet end of the week, but we are tracking storm possibilities. sean: a b bill for city utilities.+
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keene was expensive last month. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 daybreak. erin: good thursday morning to m erin fehlau. breaking news. stild. et kevin: it is the reason why we are all wearing black. [laughter] kevin: three people won. erin: at least three. kevin: oh boy. we start off with fairly quiet conditions. there are a few flurries and a couple of light snow showers. a few light snow showers coming through, reinforcing colder shot of air. high temperatures today in the upper 20' s to lower 30' s.
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weekend system coming up in a bit. let' s take a look at your thursday morning reid. good morning, deb. deb: good morning, kevin. we are going to start with a traffic incident in wires are down and the road will be closed for aeer of hours. other than that, all major roads are moving well. at 9:00 this morning, at the hooksett tolls in hooksett on interstate 93, the open road tollingle closed until about 3:00 this afternoon from the wzid traffic network, i' m deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: thank you. the search is on for several winners and last night'
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powerball jackpot. winning tickets were sold in california, tennessee, and florida. the owners of those tickets will share nearly $1.6 billion. sean: therefoe $1 million each sold in massachutts.se lauren lister is in chino hills, california. >> can you believe it, america? a world record jackpot is coming to you right now. lauren: it was the moment the waiting for. that momt undoubtedly changing the life of the lucky powerball erho bought one of the winning tickets here at this chino hills, california 711. people showing up last night after the winner was revealed. >> i'
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>> it is aoslmlike we won because our community won. lauren: call it a sign of powerball fever. tickets selling at a frenetic pace. drawing long lines, inspiring people to cross state borders from powerball-free nevada to california. >> everyone has the fever. lauren: more than 300 million tickets sold wednesday. it was a prize that got too big cash value does come close. it comes out to $983.5 million. the california winner will split the jackpot with any winners in other states. the spokesperson saying there
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sean: thanks. hundreds of children may need to get new vaccinations because of a problematic hospital in western new hampshire. erin: alice peck day memorial hospital recently discovered a problem wccites were being stored. ray brewer is here to explain the issue. ray: the ceo of the hospital saysome of the vaccines were not sold -- stored at the correct temperature. the hospital has contacted the families of more than 800 patients, asking them to bring their children into get new shop. -- in to get new shots. the problems banned about 14 months, from september 2014 to october 2015>>.hey are going to have to
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record to determine which set of get. >> what i can say is that we made a number of process and the stem changes at the community the community care center. some refrigerators, but it is problems. new vaccinations are being offered at no cost to the patient or their insurance companies. sean: thanks. investigators have identified the man killed in a fire in grafton, but have not determined how the flames were sparked. the body of 57-year-old john connell was found inside the historic church building. he died of smoke and elation.
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the fire chief in f and him -- effingham escaped with only minor injuries after crashing a fire truck. no one else was in the truck. erin: the city of keene is sending a bill of nearly $50,000 to liberty utilities because of a gas problem last month. firefighters from dozens of towns went door-to-door last month after a problem caused liberty to send fewer propane to customers, raising concerns over carbon monoxide. sean: we are less than a month from new hampshire' s first in the nation primary. all eyes turned to the -- to south carolina tonight as
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primetime republican debate. rand paul is asking party leaders to let him on the stage. democrat bernie sanders is the only candidate in new hampshire today. he has a press conference in new hampshire this evening to new ndorsement and then a town hall at dartmouth college. erin: former president bill clinton was back in the granite state last night campaigning for his wife. the western part of the state provided key support for clinton in 1992. >>' s western new hampshire still clinton country? >> i hope so. i love it here. hillary loves it here. it is a big challenge. erin: as election day draws closer, the clinton campaign says bill clinton will be out on
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on the primary source section, john distaso breaks down what to look for in the debate tonight. sean: still to come, learning to play and playing to learn. a new indoor playground in vermont. erin: several people are dead after a series of attacks in indonesia last night. sean: the right place at the right time. firefighters in salem rescue a man from a burning car. she's always stood strong... ...to get the job done. hillary clinton. she stood up to china... ...and spoke out on women's rights... ...went toe to toe with
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insurance companies spent millions against her... ...but hillary didn't quit until eight million children got health care. i've never been called a quitter and i won't quit on you. she's got what it takes to do the toughest job in the world. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. you got people working incredibly long hours. median family income today -- $4,000 less than it was in 1999. the bottom line of this economy is that it is rigged.
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is to demand that we create an economy that works for all of us rather than a handful of billionaires. if you work 40 hours a week in america, you should not live in poverty. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. kevin: we start out below zero north of the notches. we have partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies. snow showers are possible later today.
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weekend and the system we are tracking coming up. sean: there is a big push in schools to improve the so-called stem areas -- science, math. erin: work is underway on a new exhibit. the indoor play space houses a as they play. on board the ship, kids can engineer or research science. sean: start them young. a bristol man thought a recent phone call was a prank, but it turned out to be true. he just won the sailor jerry sweepstakes. his prize was a custom powder blue 1966 dodge charger. he said he can' t wait to show it off to his neighbors.
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erin: sweet wheels. coming up, one of the biggest companies in the world is moving to boston, bringing hundreds of jobs to the city. sean: it has been a rough few
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sean: several people are dead after a series of explosions in downtown jakarta, indonesia overnight. at least 10 other people were hurt. a gun battle with police broke out and another explosion was heard later. five attackers believed to be islamic militants are among the dead. a massive rescue effort is underway in the french alps after an avalanche engulfed a group of students. one person is still missing.
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up in the slide on a closed slope. the area was closed for the day after fresh snow raised the risk of an avalanche. police in italy have detained a man in connection with the strangulation death of a 35-year-old american woman -- ashley olsen was found dead and police of dna evidence in the case. erin: after four decades in connecticut, general electric is moving its headquarters north to boston' s seaport district. it is unclear how many of the 800 employees at the facility will be new hires and how many will be transfers. >> we are one of the busiest cities in the country and one of
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>> this is a great place to be for the next 50 years. erin: ge will get nearly $150 million in tax breaks and incentives in the city and state over the coming years. the poor start to the year continues on wall street. the s&p 500 had its worst day since september. the nasdaq lost nearly three point 5%. concerns over a market correction in the u.s. are sending stocks lower in asia this morning. chipotle will start a new marketing campaign next month to win back customers following a series of food scares. the company is taking new steps to ensure the safety of its food and the new marketing campaign will include tv commercials, newspaper ads, and direct
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trying to recover. sean: repair the image. people are looking for comfort food. it was cold outside yesterday. kevin: it certainly was. a little bit of a different sky though this morning. there will be a couple of light snow showers or flurries out there. lighter breeze today. that certainly helps through the day with some sunshine and a passing snow shower. 20' s to lower 30' s into the afternoon. fair skies continue tomorrow. then a passing system saturday. it does not look like we will get the full force of the storm system. a lot of the tracks have been shifting farther away from us. a little bit of light snow or wintry mix will be centered around us before pulling away on saturday afternoon. we see a few flurries trying to
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we have been talking several days about a storm system which is just truly starting to get going in the gulf of mexico. the computer maps are starting to see the air mass around it. there were wind chills near -50 atop mount washington with winds gusting your 100 miles per hour. the coldest of the year continues to moderate a little bit. high temperatures today in the 20' s to lower 30' s. the back-and-forth between
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we have a reinforcing shot of cooler, drier air. the clouds start to edge in through the afternoon. what you notice on futurecast is probably the worst case scenario. this is the heaviest of the precipitation right in new hampshire. this likely does not happen. it looks like a little bit of light snow or wintry mix centered around saturday morning before pulling away saturday afternoon. wanted to mention a subtropical storm that quickly becomes a hurricane. a subtropical hurricane well out into the open atlantic. for the time being, temperatures starting in the teens and headed from the 20' s to lower 30' s.
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tomorrow with scattered lighter showers or mixed showers. the breeze picks up sunday. sean: it was a pleasure moving the snow yesterday with the shovel because it was so light. erin: fluffy. you did not even need the shovel. [laughter] ray: a problem with how vaccines were stored has prompted the ceo of a hospital in lebanon to send out a warning. the ceo at alice peck day memorial hospital says some of the vaccines at the hospital were not stored at a correct or consistent temperature. the problems spanned about 14 october 2015. sean: investigators have it and if i demand killed in a fire in how the flames sparked.
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connell was found inside the historic church building on tuesday. three winning tickets were sold last night in the historic powerball drawing. california, florida, and tennessee were where winning tickets were sold. the winners will share $1.6 billion. erin: some lucky people out there. students in minnesota giving --
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cordes: most nurses are tough. they're problem-solvers. they like making things better. people don't have access to healthcare because they just can't afford it. bernie sanders understands how pharmaceutical companies and major medical companies are ripping us off. bernie tells the truth, and he's been consistent. he understands that the system is rigged, and he's the only one who can bring real change. i'm bernie sanders,
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erin: the kicker for the minnesota vikings is getting a little pick me up after missing a potentially game-winning field goal during sunday' s playoff
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sean: a group of first graders decided to use the game as a chance for empathy and encouragement. they wrote letters to blair walsh. they even made some artwork. [laughter] erin: i would have loved to hear your card. sean: we were just talking about this. he did score all of the points in the game. he just didn' t get the fourth. erin: give him a break, right? coming up, bowling one perfect game is not easy. a pennsylvania man did not stop at one or two in a row. sean: a woman in new jersey is
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is the economy rigged? well, the 15 richest americans acquired more wealth in two years than the bottom 100 million people combined. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. my plan -- make wall street banks and the ultra-rich pay their fair share of taxes, provide living wages for working people, ensure equal pay for women. the middle class
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the playing field. with your help, as president, we will. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 daybreak. sean: welcome back, everybody. good morning. 18 degrees out in portsmouth. very cold yesterday. we are waking up to more cold temperatures. erin: alice peck day memorial hospital in lebanon is asking that more than 800 children get revaccinated after officials discovered that some of the hospital' s vaccines were not stored at the correct temperature. belmont police are on the lookout for a thief who stole a car that had the keys left
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people in three states will be sharing the largest powerball jackpot in history. sean: it was not us. i did try. all of wanted was $1.5 billion. [laughter] sean: what do we have out there? erin: we start off with clouds building in --kevin: we start off with clouds building in. temperatures are below zero up north where we had the clear skies. not as much of a wind out there today. temperatures in the 20' s to lower 30' s. sean: let' s check out the roads. we start off with a live look at i-93. kevin: for a look at the morning drive, we are joined live i -- by 95.7 wzid'
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deb: 93 does look good from north of the notch down to the state line with massachusetts. we do have an incident in londonderry on route 128. it is closed in both directions between victoria and shasta due to a crash. police are on the scene helping with traffic and detours at this time. the open road tolling will be closed at the hooksett tolls later on this morning. that will be closed until about 3:00 this afternoon. be alert if your commute takes you in that direction. some construction at the seacoast on interstate 95. from the wzid traffic network, i' m deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean: thanks. at least three people are waking up multimillionaires after winning the largest powerball
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erin: winning tickets were sold in california, florida, and tennessee. numbers. new hampshire. two winning tickets were sold in the baystate. 292 million. sean: pretty steep odds. the roof. by 1:00 yesterday, the new hampshire lottery sold $3.6 million of tickets. they usually sell for hundred thousand dollars worth of tickets per week -- $400,000 worth of tickets per week. alice peck day memorial hospital in lebanon discovered that some of its vaccines were not being stored properly. hospital officials are asking
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revaccinated. ray brewer joins us with details. ray: the ceo of the hospital says some vaccines were not stored at the correct temperature, which means they could be ineffective. >> what we have been advised is that there -- if there is any question about these vaccines, get revaccinated. ray: this week, alice peck day memorial hospital contacted 800 patients to get new shots, which is a huge undertaking. >> they are going to have to look at every child to determine which vaccines the child will have to get. ray: the problem occurred from september 2014 to october 2015. the affected vaccines are not harmful, but they could provide less immunity to the disease. >> is there any danger in getting a second shot?
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one that has come up. what we understand is that there is not any danger to repeat vaccinations. it is safer to revaccinated then to allow a child to go with a potentially ineffective vaccine. ray: she gave no details on how the refrigeration mistake happened in the first place and would not comment on whether hospital employees have been reprimanded. >> what i can say is that we may number of process and system changes to approve heritability.
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hello -- a car was stolen on wednesday night. when officers arrived, the driver was gone. erin: salem police say a man was rescued from his burning car after he overdosed behind the wheel. police say the driver had taken heroin and was heading to work when he passed out behind the wheel while a car was in the garage. >> it appears as if his foot got stuck on the accelerator pedal, which caused the engine to overheat, causing the car to ignite on fire. the fire department should receive kudos. they had no idea that he was inside. they were responding to a vehicle fire. erin: police say the man suffered burns to his lungs and
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he is in stable condition. sean: a woman from bethlehem was killed in a car accident in vermont. 47 euros kelly may was not wearing a seatbelt -- 47-year-old kelly may was not wearing a seatbelt when she crashed her car. erin: a bartlett man is accused of possessing child sex abuse images. conway police arrested 47 euros william alexander and -- 47-year-old william alexander on 10 felony counts. sean: state lawmakers are considering a measure that would create a death benefit for school employees killed in the line of work. the proposal would authorize the state treasurer to pay $100,000 to the family of any public school worker who dies while performing his or her duties.
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needs to get clarified. erin: the department of transportation is holding a meeting today about a busy intersection in meredith. improvements would be made to the intersection of route 3 and routes 25. the meeting is set to start at 7:00 at the inter-lakes high school. sean: efficient game officer used a unique strategy to help a moose that got stuck on the ice. the moose slipped while being chased by a dog in deerfield. a conservation officer crept out onto the ice, which made the moose angry. when the officer started clapping his hands, the moose got more upset and finally stood. he waved his arms and yelled until the moose ran into the woods. erin: fish and game will take part in a reality tv series from
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behind "northwoods law." fish and game' s executive director hopes the show will increase awareness about the jobs conservation officers do. sean: did your dvr set. i' m interested. a mystery dating back hundreds of years has been solved. >> it was a sad time. a time that many people have been ashamed for in salem. sean: researchers have confirmed the site of more than a dozen hangings stemming from the salem witch trial. erin: a bizarre situation -- a city worker has resigned after she allegedly asked a man to
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kevin: marco rubio. he ran for senate saying he opposed amnesty... then he flipped, and worked with liberal chuck schumer to co-author the path to citizenship bill. he threatened to vote against it. and then voted for it. he supported his own dream act and then he abandoned it. marco rubio. just another washington politician you can't trust. jeb bush. he's a leader, so you always know where he stands. right to rise usa is responsible for the
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kevin: starting off your thursday morning with clouds building in. it is single digits, teens, junior 20 degrees. kind of a back-and-forth between clouds and sunshine. nothing should accumulate in
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sean: bundle up at the bus stop. the first debate of the new year takes place tonight. the republican candidates for president will square off again and it could be a game changer with voting commencing in just two weeks. nikole killion is live to tell us what we can expect. nikole: good morning, sean. this is the republicans sixth debate. it is the first one of 2016. in south carolina, a smaller stage will be set, as only seven republican hopefuls are slated to appear in prime time. >> i think this debate gets the race moving into 2016. nikole: expect all eyes on the top two candidates, ted and trump. they are tangled in a neck and neck race in iowa. the candidates laid down the got went ahead of tonight'
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>> you' ve got to make sure you can run. a lot of lawyers say you can' t run. >> i like donald. the legal question is quite straightforward. the children of u.s. citizens born abroad are natural born citizens and citizens by birth. nikole: one candidate is clamoring to get back in the mix. >> we don' t think anybody should be able to characterize our campaign is anything less than first-tier. nikole: rand paul is clamoring to be allowed back on the main stage. >> it could be devastating. nikole: paul has reportedly asked the debate host and the republican party to reconsider, although foxbusiness says it has no plans to give any of the candidates a second look.
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the site of 19 hangings in salem, massachusetts stemming from a wave of hysteria over witchcraft in 1962. a memorial will be placed at the site known as proctor' s ledge. researchers have been trying to pinpoint the site since 2010. the used witness accounts and advanced mapping technology. the city plans to put a marker in the spot commemorating what happened and why. >> 2-wood knowledge the bravery of the people who kept saying, "i' m not a witch." erin: no remains were found at the site. experts say the families of the victims came forward after the hangings to take their loved ones a for private burials. sean: a city worker is off the job in rhode island following a bizarre stunt. she allegedly had a man pretend
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sue stenhouse was promoting a snow angel program. she did not have an elderly person to stand with her, so she allegedly asked a man to dress up as an old woman. i don' t understand this. she resigned. i' m not sure. erin: interesting. u.s. border patrol officers discovered a huge shipment of marijuana hidden in a batch of carrots in texas. they found nearly 3000 caret shaped pot packages hidden among the real thing. the drugs have a street value of nearly $500 million. authorities admit the drug smugglers were creative. sean: in sports, the boston bruins took on the flyers in philadelphia last night. loui eriksson scored on a power play. there it was. nice goal.
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third period and then scored again to win 3-2. erin: the celtics hosted the indiana pacers last night. isaiah thomas hit a three pointer. he scored a total of 28 points in the game. george hill tried to save the ball, but through it to bradley, who found jae crowder for the score. the celtics ended up winning this game 103-94. sean: pennsylvania -- a man beat the odds bowling three perfect games in a role. he scored a 900 series after scoring all strikes in the back-to-back games. he says he did not concentrate on the score and did not realize what was happening at first. >> once the 10 pin was the last one to go down, then it hit me. it hit me all at once. i said oh my god, i just threw
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something you just dream about. sean: the united states bowling congress says it needs to review his status and certification to recognize his accomplishment area if verified, he will just be the 28th person to throw three perfect games in a row. kevin: i' m surprised there is 28. sean: i' m just happy to get one strike. [laughter] kevin: the best is when you get three in a row and the little turkey dances across the scoreboard. erin: did you know he has a varsity letter in bowling. sean: i did not know that. he could school me in bowling. we are going to set up some of those plastic bowling pins. that' ll work. [laughter] kevin: right in the hallway. we start off with a sun-clout combo. nothing is expected to accumulate in any given location.
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the wind was gusting near 40 miles per hour at times. today, a generic 5-10 mile-per-hour wind. today, a passing snow shower here or there. within a few degrees of where we should be this time of year. fair skies, a little bit of moderation, the clouds clear later on this evening. the passing system we have been talking about for several days making its closest pass on saturday morning. it could be a little bit of light snow or wintry mix. a major storm is not looking likely at the present time. over the last 24 hours, the system is trying to develop through the gulf of mexico. it moves just far enough away so we don' t see the heaviest effects.
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near 20 degrees. the farther north you go, you will notice a few more single numbers. part of that is that you are further north and part of it is that you have a clear sky. not as much of a wind out there. temperatures in the 20' s junior 30' s. you notice the focus by later this afternoon is generally in the northern part of the state. clouds are out well ahead of the mid-20' s to lower half of the 30' s. then the next system rides in. futurecast paints a much more
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i think anything we see will be a lighter version of this. not the heavy version that is pictured on futurecast, which is one of eight or nine maps that we look at. there will be a number of other systems down the pike, but nothing imminent. a subtropical storm for january in the middle of the atlantic that could be a hurricane later on today. the top winds are at 70 miles per hour right now. pretty amazing. the last time that happened was 1978. we will look for temperatures to climb to either side of 30. partly cloudy tonight with temperatures dropping back into the teens to lower ranges of the 20' s. we will have some light snow or a like wintry mix that could make roadways slick on saturday morning. beyond that, we clear skies out later on. a few flurries in the mountains for sunday.
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bear in mind, as we stand at this moment, we are seven degrees above normal for the month of january. sean: you wouldn' t know that. erin: a woman considered the oldest teacher in america just celebrated her 102nd birthday. she still works 35 hours per week teaching cooking and selling at a new jersey private school. everyone calls her granny. she did not start teaching until two was 81. get this. 81. she hopes to keep it going as long a sheet makes the kids happy. >> my favorite part of teaching here is taking care of the children. i made all of these aprons for the children to learn to keep their clothes clean. i made the curtain for the school play. i made costumes. a lot of them. erin: amazing. this woman is amazing.
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at school and they drive to work together each and every day. my goodness. 102. sean: they say to stay active and stay involved when you get older and she is certainly doing that. erin: she is. sean: an unusual product flying off the shelves and wisconsin. she's always stood strong... ...to get the job done. hillary clinton. she stood up to china... ...and spoke out on women's rights... ...went toe to toe with russia on human rights. the drug and insurance companies spent millions against her... ...but hillary didn't quit until eight million children got health care. i've never been called a quitter and i won't quit on you. she's got what it takes to do the toughest job in the world. i'm hillary clinton and
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here's the truth -- some have proposed to cut social security for the elderly and disabled vets. i disagree. in fact, not only should we not cut benefits -- we should expand them. my plan for social security increases benefits and cost of living adjustments and raises minimum payments for low-income seniors. it will ensure that all seniors can retire with dignity and respect. i'm bernie sanders,
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kevin: you thought it was windy in your town. the winds were sustained on mount washington at 79 miles per hour. the highest gusts was 115 miles per hour. the wind chill felt like -51 at times at the summit. sean: you wear a hat and you lose it and it goes up to the province of que bec. [laughter] erin: a dairy in wisconsin is bottling green milk this week in
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the packers power pint is a limited edition green vanilla flavored milk. sean: it has been well received by fans. one woman said it tastes like eggnog. the dairy says it will continue to produce it as long as the packers continue to win. green says something went wrong with the milk to me. [laughter] sean: but it is a way to support your team. kevin: we will see if things go wrong with them this weekend. sean: a new hampshire man is riding around in a new set of wheels with his 19 66 dodge charger. ray: more than 800 patients of
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