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sean: another homicide investigation, this time in epping him. what we are learning about a shooting death of a man. >> this is going to be a big hit. erin: a burglar targetsai what the suspected to get inside. kevin: rainfall moving in. what it means on futurecast, ahead. sean: keep an eye on high crime areas. why a proposal in massachusetts is drawing criticism this morning. [captioning performed by the 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."
thanks for waking up with us. i'm erin fehlau. sean: good morning. i'm sean mcdonald. yesterday, it was a slick morning commute. a lot of rain overnight. kevin: a dense fog advisory. not everyone seeing that. this ability is going to be down a quarter-mile. temperatures above freezing in most locations. that leaves minimal issues as far as the roadways themselves are concerned this morning. by later this could be an additional inch plus of rainfall. temperatures above freezing and most locations. -- in most locations. beyond that, visibility's will improve as rainfall moves in for the afternoon. into the evening, some of that will be heavy at times. let's take a look at your wednesday morning ride here in the granite state. we're joined live by 95.7 wzid's deb davidson. good morning, deb. deb: good morning.
especially through the concord area, on 393, 93, 106, and route three. also slow moving on 94 northbound from exit 15 through exit 20. 89 southbound is slow from hopkinton into concord. the northbound side, we are seeing heavy delays through warner. reports of icy conditions around the lakes region, so take it easy. along the seacoast, it is very foggy, so because cautious on 95 and the spaulding the wzid traffic network, i am deb davidson. sean: thanks. the attorney general's office is now investigating a total of four homicides in new hampshire in just the last week. erin: last wednesday, a man was killed in wentworth. on sunday, a little girl from berlin died. monday, a man was shot in effingham, and then another man was shot and killed yesterday in manchester. wmur's ray brewer joins us now, live at the attorney general's office in concord, with details on the case in effingham.
officials with the attorney general's office say that 63-year-old robert dishman died monday at the hospital from a single gunshot wound to the chest. officials with the attorney general's office say there was some sort of incident on ams way -- am's way in effingham around 11:00 monday morning, and a shot was fired. dishman was rushed to dartmouth-hitchcock medical center, but he passed away, and his death was ruled a homicide. it is not clear right now if that incidenpp but we did speak with a neighbor who says a man named bob does live at that address. he was surprised to learn what happened. >> that's just crazy. i don't know. it's -- i've heard him yell a few times, but -- i heard some -- i do not know what it was about. i heard some commotion, but i didn't think much of it. ray: so far, no arrests have been made in this case, but investigators say they do not believe there is any threat to
information, you are urged to get in touch with state police. reporting live at the attorney general's office in concord, ray brewer, wmur news 9. sean: meantime in manchester, , investigators say 51-year-old robert shatney died inside his thornton street apartment yesterday morning from a gunshot wound to his chest, and his death has been ruled a homicide. police were called to the area just after midnight tuesday morning, for a report of shots fired. so far, no arrests have been made, and shatney's daughter says she still can't believe r my dad was a loving, caring guy -- did favors for anybody. never knew how to say no. he wore his heart on his sleeve. sean: police spent all day yesterday gathering evidence, and they are urging residents in -- urging residents to be on alert, and to lock their doors and report anything that seems unusual or out of place. erin: the owners of a vape shop in laconia say they feel violated after someone broke in and stole dozens of items.
gloves, was seen on surveillance video inside the great northern woods vape shop early yesterday morning. police say more than $5,000 worth of merchandise was taken, including 40 vaporizers. the burglar cut the wires to the alarm, and then got in through a bulkhead and the basement. and even shut off the cameras after 13 minutes inside. >> gut-wrenching heartache. i mean this is something that , we've worked so hard for, for erin: the owners do plan to replace the stolen items, and they are hoping someone will recognize the person in the video. sean: tens of thousands of people are paying their respects to longtime cuban dictator fidel castro, and tributes stretched long into the night last night. and today, a caravan carrying his remains begins its journey across the country, before he is buried this weekend. abc's marci gonzalez is in havana this morning, following the long goodbye.
thousands, beneath waving cuban flags, tear-streaked faces, at this massive memorial rally honoring fidel castro. >> fidel is an example to love. i love that man. janai: -- marci: his brother, cuba's current president, raul castro, on stage in havana's historic revolution square, joined by more than 20 world leaders. those who spoke, and many in the crowd, praising the 90-year-old who died friday, reflecting on what they see as the legacy of his nearly half a century in power. raul: he's our big father. you know? he's a great teacher. marci: with no acknowledgement of his regime's oppressive practices and human rights abuses, reported to this day. this woman saying her father was just beaten and thrown in jail in cuba for not paying tribute
elizabeth: my family and i fear for my father. marci: now, the memorials continuing, as a caravan carrying castro's ashes begins its trek across the country ahead of a private funeral on sunday. marci gonzalez, abc news, havana. sean: back here at home investigators now say a loon , that died over the summer was shot. the adult loon was found on bradley lake in andover back in august. the loon preservation committee says recent investigation show that the bird died after being shot in the wing. in new hampshire, but 2/3 of adult loon deaths are caused by humans. erin: there is a new proposal to use drones to monitor high crime neighborhoods in one massachusetts city, but that idea isn't flying with some people. police in new bedford already have two drones. for the most part, they are used for search and rescue or swat missions, but one city councilor says drones could help deter crime if deployed more
>> the mechanisms send a strong message to the criminal element out there. we are going to use this to its fullest extent. erin: the police chief says he is open to the idea, but the aclu is opposed, saying it raises serious privacy concerns. and it says police should have to get a search warrant before using a drone for surveillance. sean: still to come on news 9 "daybreak" -- dangerous meal. the action being taken after three people died from a thanksgiving dinner. erin: missing gold. seen taking a bucket of gold right out of an armored truck. sean: in the next half hour, find out why the traditional holiday light display in exeter
kevin: the last day of november. 37 degrees at the coast. inland sections in the low and mid 30's. some of the lower valleys dipping near the freezing mark. we are looking at dense fog with an advisory through 9:00 a.m., and more rainfall this afternoon. more details in your forecast, coming up. erin: all right, kevin. health officials in san francisco are now telling anyone who has leftovers from a community thanksgiving meal to throw them out. sean: officials believe three people died and more than a dozen others got sick after eating food from the church-sponsored dinner, but it is not clear which menu item is responsible. diners included residents of assisted living facilities and homeless people. and investigators say some of those who got sick ate leftovers without attending the actual event. erin: investigators think an electrical problem may be to blame for a fire that killed a
but this morning, six people, including teachers and the director of the dorm, have been detained for questioning as investigators look into possible negligence. the victims include 11 children. another 22 people were hurt in last night's blaze. some of them were forced to jump from windows to escape the intense flames. a theme park in australia plans to reopen soon, six weeks after four people died when a ride malfunctioned. the owner of dreamworld says that the rides will slowly reopen, starting on december 10, as they are each inspected. however, t w in the accident will never run again. sean: if you are going to carry around a lot of gold, don't leave it sitting in the back of your truck in the middle of a busy city. that is our advice for today. police in new york city are looking for the man seen on surveillance, stealing a bucket full of gold flakes from the back of an open armored truck. the bucket weighs about 86 pounds, and the gold is worth $1.6 million. the man is seen staggering under the weight of the gold, but no
seems to notice the commotion. i guess he saw a real golden opportunity. erin: and he took it, definitely, wow. coming up, the christmas decorations are taking shape at the white house. and this year's official ornament was designed right here in new hampshire. sean: plus, helping you find the perfect ugly christmas sweater. erin: look at that one.
this year. get ready to immerse yourself in some of your favorite video games. universal studios is working on new park attractions based on nintendo games like mario brothers, donkey kong, and pokemon. the idea is to make you feel like you have stepped inside the game, and will include characters, interactive features, and restaurants. the new areas should open over the next couple of years in orlando, hollywood, and japan. erin: well the christmas decorations , are already going up at the white house. the theme at the executive mansion this year is "the gift of the holidays." the official christmas tree is on display in the blue room, honoring the u.s. military and their families. and pelham native kayla whelan created the official 2016 white house christmas ornament. she designed this fire truck, honoring president herbert hoover's administration. on christmas eve in 1929, a fire broke out, destroying the west
through the white house historical association. ugly christmas sweaters are a big business, and now one company is offering you the chance to design your own, so there is no chance you will show up at a party wearing the same sweater as someone else. uglychristmassweater.com, which is based in detroit, sold $5 million worth of holiday sweaters last year, and just -- why don't we think about this? they just rolled out a "create and then can upload a photo, logo, or hand-drawn sketch, and your sweater ships 10 days later. sean: that is good. erin: this is becoming a huge craze. people are hosting parties and that kind of thing. that is a great one. sean: it makes you smile. kevin: you never show up with the same sweater. sean: the same ugly sweater would be the worst scenario you can imagine. erin: i think i should get you
do you want that? where are you going? kevin: the answer is a resounding no. i could not capitalize and boldface that any more than that. we start off with a dense fog advisory through 9:00 this morning. temperatures at or above freezing. most locations just fine early this morning. on rent and off ramps like in spots this morning, but otherwise the fog burns off. disabilities in places down -- visibility's -- visibility in some places down to an eighth of a mile. gradually cooler air moves in. it will be a step-like process getting us into the weekend. a dense fog advisory for the southern half of the state. not everywhere seeing that thick fog. but where it is occurring, visibility could be down less
2:00. some rain will be locally heavy later tonight, with heavy downpours involved, winding down early tomorrow. temperatures at or above freezing in most locations. in between these reporting stations, there are a few spots near 32 degrees. 92% of the area is ok, especially the main roads and treated surfaces. early this morning. visibilities in some places up to a quarter of a mile. this morning, temperatures are trying to fall back to the freezing mark. that is a big difference as far as the roadways are concerned. here is the step back temperature wise, pushing temperatures as high as maybe
light northeasterly breeze. the chance of a shower through 1:00 or 2:00 this afternoon. temperatures will be in the 40's as this falls later tonight. scattered heavy downpours a possibility overnight. it wraps up just after sunrise tomorrow with partial clearing, putting temperatures in the mid- 40's to mid 50's. that is as warm as we will be, because temperatures will start sliding back, and areas of light snow will develop for the north country and the white mountains as we work our way into friday. to increase and pick up to the afternoon and into this evening. it dries up early tomorrow morning. much-needed rainfall. snowflakes for the north country through saturday morning. partly sunny skies for the weekend. the coolest of the afternoon's looks to be on monday, with a warming trend ahead of the next system, trying to arrive wednesday or thursday. sean: we are getting reports of
top stories. here is ray brewer. ray: officials with the attorney general's office are investigating a homicide in epping ham. they say 63-year-old robert dishman died on monday from a single gunshot wound to the chest. there was some sort of an instant on am's way around 11:00 monday morning. it is not clear if the incident happened at dishman's home believe the public at large is in danger. erin: in manchester, investigators say 51-year-old robert shatney died inside his thornton street apartment early yesterday morning from a gunshot wound to his chest, and his death has been ruled a homicide. no arrests have been made. police in laconia are looking for the man seen on surveillance video stealing more than $5,000 worth of merchandise from a vape shop. the owner of the shop says the suspect cut security wires early yesterday morning, then got in through the basement, and
sean: 20 coworkers in tennessee are making big plans this morning after hitting the powerball jackpot. erin: right. the group claimed their prize yesterday after buying a ticket worth $421 million. they took the lump sum of about $255 million, and will split it evenly. every single person in the group says they plan to use the money to help others, starting by picking up tabs at local grocery and department stores. that is very sweet. a lot of them say, we are not going to stay on the job, but we will stay at least until you find replacements.
in the meantime, we are going to pay it forward. for most amateur bowlers, a perfect game is their ultimate dream, but one man in texas just blew his dreams out of the water. erin: he will never do this again, right? sean osbourne plays in a league, and says he usually does ok. but last week, he didn't bowl just a perfect game. he rolled three in a row, for a score of 900. he is just the 30th person on record to ever accomplish the feat. that is amazing. sean: you could say he was in the zone. i want that guy on my team. erin: he was on fire. sean: coming up in the next half hour been destroyed. and now the weather is causing
>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 "daybreak." erin: good morning to you on this wednesday, november 30. it looks like we are ending out november with a whole lot of thick fog out there, and some very slick roads in spots. sean: we are hearing about accid stories. the attorney general's office is investigating a homicide in effingham. authorities say 63-year-old robert dishman died on monday after suffering a single gunshot wound to the chest. a homicide in manchester is also under investigation. officials say 51-year-old robert shatney was shot and killed at his thornton street home early yesterday morning. and a man from vermont will spend at least five years behind bars after pleading guilty to charges in connection with a deadly overdose.
roads out there. we have seen this when we have fog and cooler temperatures. kevin: you have leftover moisture in the air. if temperatures get near the freezing mark, overpasses tend to freeze first. on ramps and off ramps. a dense fog advisory through 9:00 this morning through the southern half of the state. rainfall moving in for the evening commute. a lot of folks above the freezing mark early this morning, but a couple of slick spots out there. the fault will gradually lift at times late today and tonight. rain over an inch in spots. erin: we are getting quite a bit of it these days. we want to check the roads. this is the fog you are going to deal with. this is 93 and toxic. 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. ray: -- deb: we're seeing serious problems on 89 and 93 at
conditions. there is a crash at the bow junction with 89. another crash at exit 13, where the left lane is closed. another crash at exit 12, where the right lane is closed. it is foggy through that area with low visibility on 393, 106, and now three. 89 south, slow from hopkinton into bow. 89 is crawling in the warner area. fr i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. ,sean: death, thanks. -- deb, thanks. the attorney general's office is investigating two separate homicides that happened within 24 hours of each other in effingham and manchester. erin: there have now been four homicides in new hampshire in less than a week. the first one happened in wentworth last wednesday morning. police say a 60-year-old man died from blunt force injuries. in berlin, the death of a two-year-old girl was also ruled a homicide. authorities say madison dana died sunday from blunt impact
63-year-old man in effingham died from a gunshot wound to the chest. and just yesterday, another man was shot and killed in manchester. ray brewer joins us live now at -- ray brewer has the latest on the most recent cases. ray: around 11:00 monday morning, the attorney general's office says a 63-year-old man was shot at a home on am's way in effingham. the victim, identified as robert dishman, died at the hospital. the medical examiner's office saying he died from a single gunshot wound to the chest. while this case has been ruled a homicide, officials say the circumstances surrounding dishman's death are still under investigation. no arrests have been made, but authorities say there does not appear to be any threat to the public. meantime, the attorney general's office is also investigating a homicide in manchester. officials say 51-year-old robert shatney died in his thorton street apartment early yesterday morning, after suffering a
amanda: kind of just wish it was a bad dream and i'd wake up. sorry. ray: amanda shatney is the victim's oldest daughter. amanda: it's a horrible situation. my dad was a loving, caring guy. did favors for anybody. never knew how to say no. um, he wore his heart on his sleeve. i haven't figured out a way to handle it. my emotions right now are really numb. i'm just waiting on some answers on who and what and why. been made in connection with the manchester homicide, and police are asking everyone in the neighborhood to be vigilant, to lock their doors, and report anything suspicious. sean: now to a developing story we are following out of manchester. police say they were called to an apartment on walnut street around 2:00 this morning, for a report of a man suffering from a gunshot wound to the leg. his injuries are not considered life-threatening. at this time, police say the circumstances surrounding this incident remain under investigation. anyone with information is asked
erin: an unexpected problem is threatening the town of exeter's holiday lights display. for more than three decades, the town has hung lighted garlands from poles, trees, and even the town hall. but this year, electrical code issues could pull the plug on this tradition. unitil installed new poles over the summer, changing the overall electric layout of downtown -- meaning that the garlands can't be within 40 inches of electrical lines. >> see the lights off, but we do have a responsibility. safety is our priority. we want to make sure both the public and their customers are safe. erin: tomorrow night is exeter's 100th celebration of the town's bandstand. unitil has offered to do line work, and local fire and public works crews are pitching in, in hopes of getting the holiday lights on before that event. sean: two men from vermont have pleaded guilty to charges in connection with a deadly overdose. authorities say daniel fogg sold heroin last year to francis
drug to the 23-year-old victim, cody kilburn. kilburn overdosed, and was found dead the next day. prosecutors say fogg was selling the heroin from a home in chesterfield. he was sentenced to at least five years in prison. a manchester man has been sentenced to more than 17 years in federal prison after being convicted of distributing heroin and fentanyl. 34-year-old zakee stuart-holt was also found guilty of money laundering. prosecutors say he'd been selling the drugs in the manchester area since at least during a search of his apartment, police seized nearly four pounds of fentanyl, and nearly $200,000 in cash. they also seized another half million dollars from a safe deposit box in his name. erin: there are new developments in the case surrounding a lawsuit against phillips exeter academy. a federal jury found that the academy wrongfully expelled a student after he had a sexual encounter with another student. yesterday, a judge ordered that the student referred to as john
that hearing will decide whether monetary damages would be adequate compensation. sean: well a stand down for , veterans is being held in tilton today. stand downs are events in which necessities, such as clothing and food, are supplied to homeless or at-risk veterans. experts will be available to address social service needs and offer assistance, with services such as housing and employment. today's stand down is being held from 10:00 to 1:00 at the tilton community-based outpatient clinic on west main street. another stand down is being held this friday in conway. erin: fish and game officers came across an unusual sight in canterbury over the weekend. check out this rare albino porcupine. it is very rare -- biologists estimate that one in every 10,000 porcupines is albino. it definitely sticks out. sean: easy to spot that in the woods. coming up on "daybreak," nasa is asking for your help in solving
yes, you, kevin. erin: and police in japan are offering a new incentive to elderly drivers who give up their licenses. we'll tell you about their ramen noodle deal. kevin: sick fog giving way to rainfall as the next system gives us green -- gives us rain. energy costs go up and down. at eversource, we don't like it any more than you do. it doesn't mean more money for us. it means that the market price of the energy we buy for you is changing. but we're working to increase the supply of clean, affordable energy across the region because more energy means lower energy costs for you and the communities we serve. and as the number-one provider of energy-efficiency programs in the nation, we're committed to helping you manage the energy you use.
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kevin: last day of november. we start with temperatures above the freezing mark in most locations. slick spots and patchy, dense fog which could make it slow this morning. we are looking at clouds giving way to more rain late this evening. the details on that coming up. sean: we are following breaking news out of alabama. authorities say at least three were killed overnight, as a line of storms and possible tornadoes moved across the state. they say the victims were all inside a mobile home when the storms hit. officials say several other people were hurt, and more than a dozen structures were destroyed. erin: deadly wildfires continue to burn in parts of tennessee this morning.
more than a dozen others injured. the flames spread quickly on monday night, as the windspeed topped 87 mph, catching residents by surprise. police went around banging on doors and telling people to get out immediately. hundreds of homes have been destroyed. >> this is a fire for the history books, because it is unlike anything most have ever seen. >> it's difficult to go out into a community and try to protect and serve others when your own you've worked for is burning down. erin: rain is expected to move into tennessee today, which could help put out these devastating fires. but strong winds and lightning could also make the situation worse. sean: now to the latest on donald trump's transition into the white house. today, the president-elect is expected to announce more additions to his cabinet according to people familiar
trump is running out his economics team, set to name a goldman sachs executive as treasury secretary and billionaire investor wilbur ross as commerce secretary. eyes remain on the opening for secretary of state as trump and his incoming chief of staff time with mitt romney. governor romney: i had a wonderful evening with president-elect trump. we had another discussion about affairs throughout the world. nikole: trump touted an agreement with carrier, and indiana companies that says it will keep close to a thousand jobs in the state after threatening to move to mexico. president -- president-elect trump plans a major announcement thursday, the day he launches a thank you tour for voters with a rally in ohio. in washington, nikole killion, news 9. sean: yahoo! news says it has obtained a copy of the package deals the trump inaugural committee is offering. for $25,000, you can get two
for $250,000 you can also get tickets to an intimate policy discussion and dinner with cabinet members, as well as entry for two to the ladies luncheon, where you can meet trump's and mike pence's wives. and for $500,000, you can add a candlelight dinner with both trump and pence. interesting. well police in japan are testing , out a new approach in getting elderly drivers to give up their licenses. erin: they are offering discounts on ramen noodle dishes at a restaurant chain with a 176 locations. the elderly drivers will get a 77 cent discount if they stay off the roads. police say the offer comes after accidents involving drivers age 75 and older increased more than 5% since 2005. sean: turning now to sports, the bruins took on the flyers in philadelphia last night.
games. the flyers got two goals late in the first period, including one from their captain on a power play. the bruins finally scored in the third period. david krejci got his third goal of the season, but the flyers were still leading 2-1. the bruins tied it up, and forced overtime. but the flyers went on to win it 3-2 in a shootout. the b's host carolina tomorrow night. erin: the season continues for the unh football team. we caught up with the guys on the practice field yesterday. they are gearing up for saturday's second round playoff madison university. kickoff is at 2:00 in harrisonburg, virginia. jmu beat the wildcats 42-39 in the regular season. the unh team looked spectacular in the first round of the playoffs. they beat lehigh 64-21, setting a record for playoff points by a unh team. they would love to run up another big number against the dukes, come saturday so we shall see.
help in solving a dilemma. erin: it is looking for solutions for waste management systems to be used in suits worn by astronauts. they are calling it the space poop challenge. astronauts can be in their suits for up to 10 hours during launches and landings, or up to six days if something catastrophic happens in space. the old solution was for astronauts to use diapers if they needed to relieve themselves, but nasa says they do not provide a healthy option for longer than one day. the public is being asked to submit solutions through december 20. the person with the winning idea will receive a $30,000 prize. sean: three genes. erin: payout big for the solution to this problem. sean: i am thinking a mini shuttle bay door with a force field. you would have a little lever. kevin: they are in zero gravity, right? sean: so you would have to -- i will not get into it on the air. [laughter] sean: we are hearing about some tricky driving.
kevin: science used so well. sean: let's switch. erin: a lot of money for a good idea. kevin: let's look at the weather conditions. beautiful sunrise if you were out at the beach. disabilities have been down less than an eighth of a mile early this morning. a dense fog advisory. not everyone seeing the dense fog. if you are, the visibi could be down this morning. fall prone areas, places like plymouth and concord, down near and between 32 and 34 degrees. that means elevated surfaces may be a bit slick early this morning. the on that, less tricky travel in a lot of locations than we have seen play out over the last 24 hours. later this afternoon, another
much rain we need. this could be another quick and plus of rainfall making its way in, which does not end the drought by any stretch of the imagination, but an inch here and there does help. there might be a couple of showers before 2:00 or 3:00. the heaviest are focused late this afternoon and this evening. you will notice the temperature readings in a lot of locations are at or above 32 degrees early this morning, which is a completely different story than yesterday. lower lying spots where temperatures are near the freezing mark. that means the bridges, overpasses, off ramps could be slick in a few places this morning. not everywhere. it is not a widespread situation like we saw across 80% of the state yesterday. nonetheless, there are a few spots out there and you want to factor in extra time. dense fog advisory for the southern half of the state through 9:00. not everyone seeing this.
dense where it is going on this morning. as i mentioned, the chance of a shower as we work through 3:00 this afternoon. the bulk of the rainfall starts to move in late in the day and will continue to move through later tonight, with heavier downpours. it pulls away to partial clearing. temperatures will jump briefly from the mid 40's to mid 50's from north to south. the cooler air wins out through areas of light snow for the north country a possibility as we work through thursday night and early friday morning. from there, we will see scattered snow showers take over for the white mountains through the great north woods. 40's for most today. rainfall heavy tonight. we will wrap up tomorrow morning. the rainfall should be eased. breeze picks up out of the northwest with highs from the mid-40's to mid 50's tomorrow. still in the 40's on friday, with areas of light snow in the
north. otherwise, a bit of a breeze and partly sunny skies. the coldest day looks to be monday, with highs in the 30's. we get back to cooler air, starting the month of december. sean: maybe some snow soon enough. a new study shows that new hampshire is among the top 10 most charitable states in the nation. the wallet have studied -- the wallet hub study took into consideration factors such as the volunteer rate and number of charities per capita. utah was listed as the most charitable state, followed by new hampshire -- look at that -- came in seventh. arizona and california were listed as the least charitable states. erin: new hampshire in the top 10. that is great. speaking of giving, you can help make sure every child in new hampshire gets a gift this holiday season by donating to our spirit of giving toy drive. it kicks off this friday and runs through sunday at toys "r" us locations in manchester, nashua, and newington. the drive benefits the toys for tots program.
effort. a lot of people will be buying candy canes over the next several weeks so this morning, we decided to take a look at some of the more unusual flavors out there. erin: if you are bored with the peppermint, right? they do actually have a bunch of flavors, like surat job -- sriracha. it looks like peppermint, but no. if spicy isn't your thing, you may want to try out these bacon-flavored candy canes. for those of you looking for omething a little more sour, there are also dill pickle cane that is going to have you puckering up. if you want a throwback to thanksgiving, you may want to try out these gravy-flavored candy canes. or not. you may want to, or not. sean: i get the sriracha. gravy? erin: i don't get that at all. dill pickle? still ahead, we will have a final check on top stories, including homicides in less than 24 hours. the latest on the
firefighters are battling a fire on south state street at the intersection of -- with downing street. at this time, we do not have any further details. sean: these are live pictures from a still active scene. crews looking for hotspots. you see workers on the roof, digging through. it were no serious injuries reported. a witness tells us sheet -- he saw someone jump from the second floor. more information as soon as it becomes available. erin: updating our other top stories this morning -- it is 6:55. sean: the attorney general's office is investigating a homicide in effingham. authorities say a 63-year-old man was shot at a home on am's way on monday morning. the victim, identified as robert dishman, died at the hospital. the medical examiner's office says he died from a single gunshot wound to the chest. erin: a homicide in manchester is also under investigation. officials say 51-year-old robert shatney died in his thorton street apartment early yesterday morning, after suffering a
made. sean: an unexpected problem is threatening exeter's holiday lights display. unitil installed new poles over the summer, and the lighted garlands can't be within 40 inches of electrical lines. unitil has offered to do line work in hopes of getting the holiday lights on before tomorrow night's celebration of the town's bandstand. erin: police in laconia are looking for a man who broke into a vape shop and stole more than $5,000 worth of merchandise. the owner says the burglar cut security wires early yesrd basement. kevin: patchy, dense fog in spots early this morning. a dense fog advisory through 9:00, with his abilities in places down to less than a quarter-mile. a few slick spots as well. another quick inch plus of rainfall tonight. gradually cooler through the weekend and into early next week. erin: coming up next on "good morning america," they'll have
good morning, america. deadly devastation. 23 reported tornadoes tear through the south. >> there's a tornado right there. >> destroying homes and demolishing a day-care center. as those massive wildfires rip through tennessee. >> go, go, go, go. >> the largest there in a through a terrifying path of flames. >> my house is on fire. >> leaving a trail of destruction, now more severe weather is on the way. breaking news, president-elect trump with a major announcement about his new cabinet this morning and that dinner with former rival mitt romney overnight. >> president-elect trump is the very man who can lead us to that better future. >> speculation now growing over the race to be secretary of state. as trump's team announces a deal to keep hundreds of jobs here in the u.s.