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>> now on daybreak. june in court. a man accused of kidnapping his girlfriend is set to face a judge after turning himself in. >> decreasing clouds will be the trend. we will talk about tonight, ahead. >> by governor maggie hassan says she will return tens of hundreds of thousands of dollars. >> we are eight days away from the election and hillary clinton is fighting back against a new e-mail inquiry from the fbi. here with the fbi is doing next. >> no one covers new hampshire
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hampshire. happy halloween. sean: good morning on this spooky monday. wrapping up the month with halloween and we have had appropriate whether the past couple of days. kevin: at least today we get the sunshine back and there will be a good breeze to go with it. temperatur i the rest of us below 6000 feet through the day. upper 30's" 40's initially. we should be up through the 50's this afternoon with decreasing clouds. we will talk about the trick or treating forecast tonight and a warming trend coming up. we take a look at the morning ride with doug davidson.
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the morning commute as you make your way from plymouth down through concord and into salem. no problems on 293 and good news. the exit for onramp has finally reopened. in massachusetts, all major roads are up to speed. of kidnapping his girlfriend last week is due in court today. sean: victor rosario turned himself into police on friday night, a day after he was initially interviewed. ray brewer is outside to explain. ray: this all started on thursday when police say victor rosario went to his girlfriend's
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winchester. police used cell phone pings. the alleged victim was not injured and police spoke with rosario at that time, but let him go while they investigated the next day, however they issued an arrest warrant on charges of domestic violence , simple assault and false imprisonment. rosario turned himself in to police that night and was released. the couple does have a child the couple does have a child together but police say that way. rosario is scheduled to be arraigned first thing this morning. sean: state police say a teenager was drunk when they clocked him driving more than 100 miles per hour on interstate 93. 19-year-old ryan dicicco of hudson faces several charges including aggravated dwi and reckless driving. police say they clocked him going 108 miles per hour and swerving all over the road on saturday he is due in court in a couple weeks. three pedestrians including two children are recovering this morning after they were struck
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salem, massachusetts last night. police say a 10-year-old girl was taken to mass general hospital and another child was treated a local hospital. investigators say the driver a 52-year-old man from beverly, mass later returned to the scene and was arrested on charged , including oh ui. police say halloween is one of the busiest times of the year in salem, which is known for the witch trials attracting tourists from around the world. erin: the fbi has now obtained warrant to begin reviewing newly discovered emails that officials think may be relevant to the hillary clinton email server investigation. clinton is trying to move past the new developments while donald trump is jumping on the revelations. meanshile a new abc news poll shows the two locked in a dead heat with just a week of campaigning left. abc's stephanie ramos reports. >> good morning. eight days until the election
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not slow down. the fbi has obtained a warrant to review the obtained e-mails. over the weekend. clinton taking on her opponent donald trump. hillary clinton: it's always donald trump first and everyone else last. >> and fbi director james comey. hillary clinton: some of you may have heard about a letter that the fbi director sent out yesterday. cracks that letter sent to lawmakers friday where comey says newly flagged emails were discover o anthony wiener, the estranged husband of clintons top aide who met aberdeen. weiner is under investigation for allegedly sexting a teen. he says the e-mails should be looked at to figure out if they contain any classified information. comey making the new review public. even though there is no evidence of wrongdoing by clinton. hillary clinton: it's pretty strange to put something like that out with such little information right before an
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>> justice department officials had advised against alerting congress, citing department tradition of not talking about ongoing investigations and not doing anything that would be seen as influencing an election in its final days. criticism of the fbi director continues as the democratic senate majority leader, harry reid, sent a letter accusing him of being partisan. erin: there are new developments this morning in a story we first reportedte donations to governor maggie hassan's campaign for u.s. senate. news 9 learned overnight that the campaign will now return a total of $51,000 to the thornton law firm in massachusetts , including $13,000 from her last gubernatorial campaign two years ago. that is up from the $31,000 announced yesterday. this all stems from an investigative report by the boston globe spotlight team that indicated the law firm is allegedly using bonuses to reimburse law partners'
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the globe reported, how the firm was reporting contributions internally and i assume, as the globe as reported, that other candidates, republicans and democrats, didn't know anything about the internal operations of the firm either, and we plan to return all the contributions. erin: senator kelly aytotte's campaign reacted to the globe report yesterday saying it questions." sean: both hassan and ayotte attended a forum in manchester yesterday that included candidates in several statewide races. in the race to replace hassan in the corner office democrat colin van ostern and republican chris sununu differed on whether they would sign, if elected, what is known as an anti-bds bill, fighting boycotts, divestment and sanctions against israel. >> extremism on either side doesn't work. bds doesn't work. it should be opposed and i would
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of the legislation. i think it's important a governor not over-promise until they've seen an actual bill. sean: the three candidates vying for the first congressional district seat fielded questions ranging from tackling the debt and deficit to gun control. the stage is almost set for our granite state debates which start tomorrow night at saint anselm college. the candidates for governor will kick things off followed by the u.s. senate and congressional races. you can watch each debate right our website, mobile app, and facebook page. they have been busy over there. erin: still to come on newsnine daybreak. a londonderry woman is making military history and she's not done. her next step after completing the infantry officer basic course. sean: unusual excuse what a woman in texas says she was doing behind the wheel when she
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erin: coming up at five: this is where the oil billionaire koch brothers hosted a fundraiser for kelly ayotte... this is where ayotte voted with the koch brothers 90% of the time. ayotte's campaigns collected millions from corporate interests. and voted for them, not you. she voted wall street banks billions in write offs for executive bonuses. voted big oil billions in tax breaks. but kelly ayotte voted against letting families refinance student loans. and against lowering the cost of prescription drugs. kelly ayotte's ble for the content
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robert kearney: i fought for my country in kosovo and iraq, and i've been a republican all my life. but i'm the father of three girls. i can't stand hearing donald trump call women pigs, dogs, and bimbos...and i sure don't want my daughters hearing it. i want my girls to grow up proud and strong, in a nation where they're valued and respected. donald trump's america is not the country i
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>> monday morning, october 31 to start off your halloween morning. it has been raining a good portion of the night. we are eventually drying out north of the notches. southern areas will have sunshine today. a warming trend is coming up. nice for trick or treating tonight but halloween five years ago was a very picture for a lot of people. sean: let's relive this. the state was still digging out and cleaning up from the third largest power outage in new hampshire history, after two feet of snow fell in some areas breaking records for the month of october. who could forget? come halloween night, tens of thousands of customers were still in the dark, even a couple days after the snow actually fell. erin: a londonderry woman is making military history. second lieutenant katrina
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guard to graduate from the u.s. army infantry officer basic course at fort benning. this was the first class to include female officers since all military occupations were opened up to women. lieutenant simpson will return to fort benning in january for the pre-selection phase of ranger school. sean: a woman in texas came up with a rather unique excuse when explaining why she crashed into a police car. 19-year-old miranda rader told the officer that she was taking a topless selfie at the time, so that she could snapchat her boyfriend. rader was charged with drunken driving and posessing alcohol as a minor after police found an open bottle of wine in the cupholder. you don't hear that every day. erin: i am picking my jaw up off the floor. moving on. coming up, a haunting experience for charity. how one local haunted house is having a big impact. sean: plus, can you find the solar panels in this picture?
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kathy: it goes by so fast. kate: one day you're a kid - and the next... kelly: ...you're raising your own little girl. kelly: growing up, i watched my mom work so hard.
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whether strengthening social security or medicare, protecting our environment, or helping make college more affordable... she taught me that with hard work... kate: you can do anything? kathy: anything. kate: my mom taught me that too.
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sean: even tom hanks couldn't track down tyler perry this weekend at the box office. "a madea halloween" made nearly $17 million over the halloween weekend to keep the top spot for a second week in a row. "inferno," the latest installment in the da vinci code franchise, stumbled to a suprising second, making just suprising second, making just $15 million -- half what had tesla is showing off new solar panels. the roof tiles have solar panels built in making them blend right into the roof. they are available in a variety of styles and tesla says they are cheaper than building a traditional roof and adding solar on top. erin: dozens of organic farmers in vermont are encouraging regulators to change what is considered organic. hydroponic farming does not use any soil, instead, it involves mainlining chemical fertilizers
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organic by the usda. however, many farmers say it should get its own classification. a national advisory board will vote next month. state wildlife officials are getting ready for ice fishing season. fish and game has already started stocking places. like the cocheco and lamprey rivers with surplus broodfish. berry brook in rye has about 2500 yearling brown trout. brook and brown trout will also be stocked. sean: a rochester teen is using a haunted house to help others. for the last 8 years, george farrow has turned his home on dodge street into a spook fest. and for the last five, he has used it to help raise money for people battling cancer. last year he donated $1400 to amy's treat. which works with the seacoast cancer center at wentworth douglas hospital in dover.
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their next year's attraction. i thought it will be better to donate to charity. sean: unfortunately, you will now have to wait until next year to check out farrow's haunted house -- he wrapped up the public scares last night. they look pretty good. erin: in case you missed it on friday night. we had a little fun getting ready for halloween on chronicle. sean and i got our makeup done providing a completely new look for us. in this timelapse. they are amazing at what they can do. sean: i like how death just showed up in the background. [laughter] >> i got antibiotics so i'm doing much better. >> the prettiest someday we have
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this is five-year-old olivia from hampton. one of my biggest fans. she decided for halloween to go as kevin. they tried to put gel in measure but it wasn't quite working. i am truly honored. what else will i say? this morning, a ly and northwesterly wind is the big story as early clouds give away to sunshine. it will be a cool breeze. it will be more than a treat that a check tonight. we will go between the 6:00-8:00 timeframe tonight's -- a warming
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wednesday and possibly thursday. the thickest cloud is this morning and there may be light rain or snow in the north country depending on your elevation. we will have a bright afternoon. it looks like this is centered around thursday the next front arrives. the brees will continue through the morning. a generic 5-10 mile-per-hour speed right now but the direction -- we will continue to drag down there and low temperatures tonight in the 20's into the 30's. but we will take most of tonight to get there. you can see this is sliding in on the northwesterly wind. temperatures tonight, 40's and 50's but with the brees it will
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brighter skies in southeastern areas while clouds are more stubborn in the northern country until later in the day. from there, lighter wind, sunshine, mid 40's into the 50's tomorrow. 60's in wednesday. but there will be quite a few clouds out there with the southwest wind and the best rain chances come with the next system that will arrive late wednesday night into thursday. early clouds give way to partial sunshine and the brees will be a factor into the evening. tonight, 36-46 from north to south. the wind will be out there for a portion of the evening. it will gradually get lighter through the remainder of the evening, setting up a milder night.
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next weekend where we have the daylight savings. sean: my greek togo will be blowing around tonight. good to know. erin: good to know. let's check our top stories. here's ray brewer. >> a manchester man is due in court after an incident last week. victor rosario dragged his girlfriend out of the building by her arm in the victim was not injured and police spoke with you suspect and let him go while they investigated but he has now been charged. erin: three pedestrians, including two children, are recovering after they were struck by a hit and run driver in salem, massachusetts last night. police say the driver did later return to the scene and was charged with oui. governor maggie hassan's campaign now says it will return $51,000 in campaign donations to a lawfirm in massachusetts.
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globe investigation into the law firm. sean: coming up on daybreak. it appears that spite pays. how a woman in north carolina ended up with this million dollar check 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?
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ir 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. i'm frank guinta would you tell them to be like donald trump? would you point to him as a role model? absolutely i would do that. like to punch him in the face. ahh, i don't know what i said. she ate like a pig. he's a war hero 'cause he was captured. wrong. and shoot somebody. ahh, i don't remember. would you point to him as a role model? absolutely i would do that. and you can tell them... to go [bleep] themselves. priorities usa action
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ben hassan is my older brother. he is so funny, and so smart, and my best friend. all families have challenges, and my mom instilled in us very early on the importance of finding solutions to those challenges. and working really hard with your community to get things done. and she made it possible for ben and for me to have a family just like any other family. that's part of the reason that she got involved in public service, because that's what's in her heart... and mom's still that way today. i'm maggie hassan and i approve this message. when you're raised by a single mom, you learn how important it is to live within your means. i'm colin van ostern, and i took that lesson to my work in business,
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nt spending and using innovation to save tax dollars, we'll make new investments without a sales or income tax. to create clean energy jobs, protect affordable health care, and lower college costs and cut student debt. as governor, i'll stand up for you. erin: a woman in north carolina says she wanted to teach her husband a lesson but ended up getting schooled herself. glenda blackwell says she was tired of her husband wasting money on lottery tickets, so when he asked her to buy powerball tickets, she bought a scratch ticket instead, hoping to be mad and scratch it in front of him to show they never win.
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so apparently, anger does well. erin: i would love to see the husband stays. there is a new luxury hotel available in memphis, tennessee allowing guests to immerse themselves in the world of elvis. sean: the guest house at graceland includes 450 rooms and features 20 suites all with elvis themes. it also includes a 464 seat theater a pool and 5 restaurants. priscilla presley played a big role in the design and she says it it very like th no doubt. there are so many elvis fans out there. erin: i'm sure you can get in a butter and banana sandwiches. coming up, the patriots are on a roll. and yesterday they were out for revenge in buffalo -- looking
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narrator: two kinds of business experience. chris sununu's family handed him a top-rated ski resort. he ran it into the ground. chris sununu cut jobs, and cut workers' hours so he wouldn't have to provide health insurance. colin van ostern went to college business manager. then a top executive at college for america. colin van ostern: i'm colin van ostern. real success is helping others get ahead. a bright new hampshire future starts
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when all three of these guys show up, they come up with some crazy ideas. sometimes, i just have to say, "no way." so i appreciate it when annie kuster says "no" to cutting social security. annie's working to make sure we have a secure retirement. so i can worry about these guys instead. thanks, annie.
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 daybreak. erin: good morning. a day many kids have been waiting for. 41 degrees out there. int sean: kids are wondering if they need their raincoat and we will talk about that in a moment. but first, to the top stories. a manchester man facing charges after he allegedly kidnapped his girlfriend is scheduled to make a court appearance today. laconia police are asking for your help in tracking down a motorcyclist, they say was injured in a crash over the weekend but was taken away from
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treating this evening local police are issuing tips on how to stay safe. erin: we did have rain over the weekend and we have had halloween with snow. kevin: we will be clear. the sky is starting to break up a little bit. clouds will linger a bit further north. 37 40's. we will have a breezes afternoon that will make it feel cle later to make it a good trick or treat night. erin: i like it, i like it. let's check on the roads this morning. this is i-93 in hooksett. sean: we're joined live by 95.7 wzid's deb davidson. good morning deb. >> as you can see, 93 is working well.
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day. starting this morning in china chester, we do have laying closures for some road construction between king road up to the main street intersection. expect delays and plan accordingly. finally reopening after being closed -- traffic is already slowing. m erin: a mancherster man accused of kidnapping his girlfriend is due in court this morning. sean: 22-year-old victor rosario is scheduled to be arraigned on charges of domestic violence simple assault and false imprisonment. ray brewer joins us live in derry now where rosario is scheduled to face a judge today. rate: police say victor rosario
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thursday. initially he was questioned and released but then police issued a warrant. londonderry police received a 911 call from the ecco usa corporate office. the caller reported that rosario came into the building and dragged out his girlfriend by the arm. officers used cell phone pings to locate the couple in worcester, massachusetts. the girlfriend was not hurt. police say the couple has a child together but the child was not involved. right now rosario is free on bail but is scheduled to be arraigned on charges of false imprisonment and domestic violence. live in derry, ray brewer, wmur news 9. erin: with just over a week to go before the election the clinton and trump campaigns are focusing on winning the granite state. this week, both chelsea clinton and bernie sanders will be in
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behalf of hillary clinton. senator sanders will hold get out the vote rallies tomorrow in plymouth and hanover. and chelsea clinton will make stops in hanover and keene on friday. donald trump's running mate, governor mike pence rallied supporters in rochester yesterday. his visit came as a new abc news-washington post poll shows a close presidential race. according to the poll there is now just one percentage point separating clinton and trump. one of the things that has been strange is that when all the focus is on donald trump, clinton rises and when the focus is on clinton, trump does better. sean: the fbi has obtained a warrant to search new emails that could be pertinent to
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from washington, the candidate is trying to turn the page just over a week out before the election. >> hillary clinton wants to get back on message and she will do just that. hillary clinton: i am focused on one thing, you. >> as hillary clinton headed to ohio, she made no mention of the e-mail scandal. hillary clinton: there is noise and distraction but it comes down to the kind of >> the fbi has now obtained a warrant to review new e-mails of her long-term aide. >> we never thought we were going to say thank you to anthony weiner. >> donald trump sees on the developments.
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inappropriate at this stage. >> one could argue he would be interfering with the election. >> the former attorney general says director james comey is a good man but made a serious mistake. joining dozens of former justice officials criticized in an open letter. >> the scathing criticism comes from harry reid. accusing him of a double standard and possibly breaking the law. our granite state debates get underway tomorrow and crews have been working hard to get the set built at saint anselm college. first up are the candidates for governor. then the u.s. senate candidates face off on wednesday followed by the congressional candidates on thursday and friday. all of the debates start at 7:00 and you can watch them right here on wmur or on our website, mobile app or facebook page. erin: a concord man is facing
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driving drunk. the driver was stopped around 11:00 last night. he was arrested and charged with dui. his blood alcohol level was more than twice the legal limit. two skiers are safe after being rescued from mount washington. fish and game officers say the men were trying to ski down the ammonoosuc ravine trail yesterday when it got dark. the skiers only had one light, which ended up failing. they used their cell phone to f when rescuers found the men the -- they were cold and wet but ok. sean: now to a bizarre story out of laconia. right now police are looking for the victim of a motorcycle accident. the crash happened early yesterday morning at the intersection of stark street and union avenue. police say a motorcyclist hit a utility pole but when officers arrived, the rider was gone. witnesses say the man hit his head on the pole and was lying face down on the ground before he was taken away from the
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police believe he may have been picked up by friends. anyone with information is asked to contact the laconia police department. erin: kids across the state will be out trick-or-treating today and local police departments are asking everyone to stay vigilant. the portsmouth police department posted a list of ways to stay safe which include wearing , costumes with visible colors or reflective tape. carrying a flashlight staying on the sidewalks and respecting other people's property. parents are also encouraged to look through their kids' candy to make sure nothing looks out of the ordy. >> i like candy too. wait until you get home and have your parents look at it and make sure nothing looks suspicious. the biggest thing is that we want everyone to have a good time and be safe. erin: you can find a list of trick or treat times on our website. sean: if you are looking for more technological ways to have a happy halloween there are some apps for that. one of them, called picniic has a family locator feature, which shows parents where their kids are in real time.
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pinpoint their exact location. another app, called maximus, provides users with a smart security light. the light shows you when somebody approaches your door, that way you can be prepared to greet the trick or treaters. usually my cat does that. she hangs out there. erin: coming up on daybreak, do you like going to haunted houses? experts say fictional scares like those can actually be good for your health. sean: and a new experience for deaf students. we'll tell you about a musical sofa that allows them to feel kevin: good timing for the trick-or-treaters. the next system is already on
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t friend. all families have challenges, and my mom instilled in us very early on the importance of finding solutions to those challenges. and working really hard with your community to get things done. and she made it possible for ben and for me to have a family just like any other family. that's part of the reason that she got involved in public service, because that's what's in her heart... and mom's still that way today. i'm maggie hassan
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kevin: halloween morning with clouds continuing to wither away, setting up a good reason the northwest through the afternoon. temperatures today will be in the 40's with a northwest wind. all the details of the forecast going forward through the week is coming up in a bit. sean: people in italy are dealing with a major mess caused by another powerful earthquake. erin: the 6.6 magnitude earthquake hit yesterday and was centered in a mountainous area. it was the strongest tremor to hit italy in more than 3 decades.
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, injuring about twenty people. this was the third major earthquake to rattle italy in just one week. it struck in the same area as another powerful quake that hit on august 24. that tremor killed nearly 300 people. sean: a halloween party in texas took a terrifying turn when police say two men opened fire. police say 5 people were injured in the shooting. they say one of the gunmen was dressed up as freddy kruger. investigators say the men started firing after they got into a fight with someone else at the party. so far no arrests have been made. erin: we are learning new details about a fire that broke out on an american airlines plane in chicago forcing passengers to scurry to safety. federal officials are now pointing to a rare and serious type of engine failure for causing friday's fire. they say just before takeoff parts of the engine flew a quarter mile through the air.
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an investigator with the ntsb says an examination of the engine revealed that the stage two disc of the high pressure turbine failed. >> the engine disintegrated. hot metal penetrated the gas tank and we saw a quick fuel fire. a dangerous thing, we are lucky this happened while they are still on the ground. erin: twenty people were taken to the hospital, but they have all since beenea sean: turning now to sports. yesterday was a record day for rob gronkowski as he caught one of tom brady's four touchdown passes. helping the patriots cruise past the bills in buffalo. the bills are the only team to beat new england so far this season. in the first quarter brady passed to chris hogan for a 53 yard touchdown giving new england a 14-3 lead. the pats were leading 14-10 in the second when gronk caught a pass from brady for another touchdown. that was the 69th touchdown
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which sets a new franchise record. the pats went on to win the game 41-25. they hit their bye week at 7-1. erin: now to game 5 of the world series the indians taking on the cubs. cleveland was leading the series three games to one going into this game. in the bottom of the 4th, the indians were ahead 1-0 when kris bryant launched a solo home run to tie the game. chicago ended up winning it 3-2. the indians now lead the series three games to two. game six is tomorrow night in cleveland. to the racetrack now. the chase for the sprint cup title is down to eight drivers jimmie johnson drove from the back of the pack at martinsville on sunday. led 92 laps and then took the checkered flag for the 4th time this season. he's now guaranteed a spot in the final four. brad keselowski finished second, followed by denny hamlin, matt kenseth and kyle busch. sean: sugarloaf ski resort in
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2017. mountain will be the backdrop for the u.s. alpine championships in march, this will be the sixth time that sugarloaf has hosted the event. erin: some of new england's top sheepherders gathered in rochester over the weekend for the first annual 10 rod farm sheepdog trials. people who attended got to learn about the important role these working dogs have on family farms in new england. heart stone farm in milton helped organize the event. sean: a new piece of furniture is giving s experience music for the first time. it's called a musical sofa. the couch uses lights and vibrations that allow people see and feel the music. the sofa is fitted with sensory motors that provide the feel of drums and other percussion instruments. and the glowing and dimming of the lights are synchronized to reflect guitar riffs. how cool is that? good news for those of you who like a little fright on halloween. experts say that being scared
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at least when it's a fictional scare and not a real one. erin: they say doing things like going to haunted house can give you an adrenaline rush which increases your stamina and strength under stress. look at that guy. fear also causes another hormone to kick in that keeps you alert and focused instead of panicking. but fictional fears are not for everyone. experts say some people can feel over-stimulated by them. >> do we need anybody to be sacrificed? erin: sean. sean. sean: why me? kevin: how about the people are actually doing that, are they healthier? i'm going with the little guy to
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sean: i'm awake now. kevin: we start off with the clouds continuing to slowly erode. it eventually sets up a good breeze out of the northwest this afternoon. dragging down cooler air for the time being. we should see a warming trend for the week. likely into the 60's and at several areas of the state on wednesday. but before clouds out there this morning which are slowly starting to break apart. the north country. the northwest, we bump up against the terrain. it will take a good portion of the day to dry out there. a decrease in clouds this morning and an increase of a northwesterly wind. and the next system will get its act together in the central plains and arriving here.
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of the state. notice the breeze early this morning is that 5-10 most hour but will pick up. gusting at times up to 15-20 gusts. all the while, temperatures today, 40's and 50's but the wind will make it feel chillier through the or treat time, mid-30's-low 40's up north, 40's in southern area. the wind will start to gradually be through the evening. tonight, 27 30's in the morning. a much lighter wind out there with sunshine tomorrow. that will allow temperatures to make their way back into the
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you will notice that we will have quite a few more clouds around on wednesday. the next system starts to arrive wednesday night with the best chance of showers on thursday. 40's-50's today. with the increase in sunshine, and increased in -- an increase in wind. the wind will still be at 10-15 miles brouwer temperatures to drop back through the 20's and 30's overnight. so there is a warming trend. a general increase in clouds on wednesday will bring the next system and scattered shower activity on thursday. winding down thursday night into friday morning. next weekend, 40's and 50's. sean: a chill will be out there. erin: a rochester boy who loves going on duck boats recently received a special gift.
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appointments nearly every week since he was 5. while in the city, ben fell in love with the brightly colored duck tour boats. he even dresses up like his favorite boat, the south end sara. the company heard his story, and recently presented him with a golden ticket. good for one free ride a month for the rest of his life. how about that? sean: they are fun to do. erin: this halloween may be the florida. sean: listen to this story. 4-year-old jayden hayes decided to dress up like a soldier in honor of his dad, who is an army sergeant. his father has not been close to a home a lot this year and jayden thought he would miss halloween. but it turns out, he didn't. the army sergeant surprised his son at a community halloween event. >> daddy. >> hey, buddy. sean: jayden and his dad say they are looking forward to going trick or treating together
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erin: that is sweet. what a great duo. still to come on newsnine daybreak. ever wish you could have a first-class experience without having to fly anywhere? we'll tell you about a restaurant that's giving its guests that chance. and now time for our u-local hot shots. the picture of the morning. take a look at this group. from an angel to a unicorn and some characters from the wizard of oz this group spent some time trick-or-treating in raymond. we you can submit your halloween pictures, and join the thousands of u-local members, by logging
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>> you are watching wmur news 9 daybreak. now, news nine continues. the ohio state university >> marching band put on an impressive halloween halftime
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they played the themes from horror movies like "halloween" and "psycho" as the band members created formations including ghosts in a graveyard an interpretation of the psycho shower scene and the ride of the headless horseman. hold on a second, it is coming up. interesting. how do you do that while you play an instrument? erin: it's amazing. a restaurant in china is giving guests the opportunity to enjoy a gourmet meal on a jet without having to fly anywhere. class dining experience back in september. the restaurant was built from a boeing 737 at a cost of about $5 million. sean: right now, it only offers french and russian cuisine. each meal costs between $50-$60. we do see this in diners, with trains.
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house in rochester is serving as more than just another place to get a halloween scare. >> originally, questioned by police and let go. now we will tell you why a manchester man is due in court. >> e-mails and the election. the fbi is facing growing fire for increasing the how her team is responding. coming up. joanne: she's not fooling me. britt: kelly ayotte sides with the special interests. vivian: now, she's even playing politic games with medicare.
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while protecting tax breaks for the wall street banks and big oil companies that fund her campaign. fred: kelly ayotte sold us out. britt: with kelly ayotte, it's all politics. joanne: she's not looking out for new hampshire anymore. vo: senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. would you tell them to be like donald trump? would you point to him as a role model? absolutely i would do that. like to punch him in the face. ahh, i don't know what i said. i like people that weren't captured. i love war. yes, including with nukes. wrong. and shoot somebody. ahh, i don't remember. would you point to him as a role model? absolutely i would do that. and you can tell them... to go [bleep] themselves. priorities usa action
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erin: now on daybreak, due in court. a man accused of kidnapping his girlfriend is set to face a judge. kevin: a chilly breeze kicks a trick or a tree tonight. sean: campaign finances. governor maggie hassan says she will return tens of thousands of dollars, some dating back two years. >> we are eight days away from election day, and hillary clinton is fighting back against a new inquiry from the fbi. i am stephanie ramos in washington. hear what the fbi is doing next,

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