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sean: do you know who you are going to vote for? many granite stater's do not, and that could mean unpredictable results. lana: in on the campaign trail with just one week to go. kevin: a chilly start to the month of november, but we have sunshine and a warming trend. how long it looks to last, ahead. >> it could be a safety concern for all of us. erin: dangerous trend -- the number of drunk drivers police are starting in bedford, and what officers are looking for. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] >> no one covers new hampshire
erin: good morning, new hampshire. welcome to november. sean: tough to get the kids out of bed this morning after a greater treating night last night. i think i have had my fill of candy for the next seven or eight years at the least. late-night out there last night. kevin: no-vem-brrrr. a cold start to the day. a lot of sunshine and a light wind. we will feel better for the afternoon and even midafternoon. some areas of fog early this morning. 20's to lower 30's. high temperatures this afternoon within a few degrees of 50, with a light wind and sunshine. next system starts to approach later tonight and tomorrow. more on that in a look toward the weekend coming up, but let's look at your tuesday morning drive in the granite state. we're joined live by 95.7 wzid's deb davidson. good morning, deb. deb: good morning.
through the state, with no delays at this check. we still have a road closure in seabrook. route 286 closed in both directions between south main and route one a, due to an overnight crash with downed pulls and wires. a serious crash in massachusetts on route three south at the 495 connector in lowell. the left lane is blocked and traffic is significantly backed up to north of north chelmsford. allow extra ti c this report is being brought to you by minuteman health. from the wzid traffic network, i am dead davidson for 5.7 wzid. sean: believe it or not we are , now just one week from the elections, but it seems the candidates still have a lot of work to do in order to secure votes. erin: according to our latest wmur granite state poll, half of likely voters in new hampshire don't know yet who they will vote for in the governor's race, and 40% haven't decided in the race for senate. wmur's ray brewer is live at saint anselm college this
voters one more chance to hear from the candidates. good morning, ray. ray: good morning, aaron. -- erin. the first two debates feature those races you just mentioned, with all the undecided voters. the candidates for governor will be on stage tonight. with all those undecided voters, it means the candidates do have a lot of work to do, and these last few days will be very important. it also means the outcome is very difficult to pred the presidential race is actually adding to the indecision because there has , been so much attention on the race for the white house. many voters haven't put as much effort into learning about the local candidates. richard: i'm gonna wait until the very last minute, the last day. erin w: we haven't quite made up our minds yet, because we're still trying to do a bit of research. >> undecided voters at this point often tend to be people who are less involved in politics on a regular basis. they don't pay quite as close attention to it on a daily
they may make a decision based on less information. ray: political analysts say there is a potential for more split voting this cycle, meaning we could see more people vote for a mix of democrats and republicans rather than voting down the ballot for just one party. bottom line -- there is still a lot of work to be done, even though there is just a week left to do it. reporting live at saint anselm college, ray brewer, wmur news 9. erin: and again our granite , state debates start tonight at , state debates start tonight at 7:00, when the candidates the u.s. senate candidates are up tomorrow, followed by both congressional districts. and you can watch then all right -- we can watch them all right here on wmur, or on our website, mobile app, or facebook page. vermont senator bernie sanders is holding "get out the vote" rallies at plymouth state university and dartmouth college today, rallying support for both maggie hassan and hillary clinton. meanwhile, a new report from "the new york times" suggests that donald trump's own lawyers were concerned about how he managed to avoid paying certain taxes. and clinton is dealing with the
involving her private server. abc's lana zak reports. lana: good morning. donald trump is hoping the fbi's investigation will propel him to a come-from-behind win. he is even taking on states like michigan, were even though he continues to trail in the poll, just a week ago seemed out of the realm of possibility. mr. trump: i think we hit the motherload. lana: donald trump, campaigning in michigan, sounded celebratory -- mr. trump: thank you, anthony. i never liked you, anthony. very much. lana: thanking anthony weiner for his role in an alledged sexting scandal with an underage girl. the computer he used, shared by his estranged wife huma abedin, one of clinton's closest aides. her emails found on this computer are what prompted the probe. clinton sounding defiant. mrs. clinton: there is no case here. lana: other democrats taking it even further. senator pat leahy, the ranking democrat on the judiciary committee, saying the justice department's response to their
disappointing and inadequate, and arguing that the timing of the fbi's announcement led to widespread confusion and unfair speculation. clinton's campaign manager, robbie mook, criticizes the fbi director for what he called a blatant double standard, arguing he would not bring forward information about the russian hacks because it was too close to the election. lana zak, abc news, washington. sean: a 17-year-old boy from central maine accused of killing his parents is due in co an autopsy is also scheduled for today to determine exactly how alice and antonio balcer died. their bodies were found at their home in the town of winthrop, maine early yesterday morning. their son was arrested a few hours later, and charged with two counts of murder. police in bedford are stepping up patrols due to what the chief calls an alarming trend. officers arrested five drivers for drunk driving in town in the span of just 28 hours over the weekend, including one driver
bedford are up 40% from a year ago. officer: that's an alarming increase here in town. as you know, we had two fatal motor vehicle accidents back-to-back on july 29 and july 30 this year in bedford. as a result, we instituted an intensive traffic enforcement program. sean: police are focusing more on identifying the signs of impaired driving, including inconsistent speed, weaving between the lines, or even failing to signal for turns. and officers are reminding designated driver or call someone for a ride if you have been drinking. erin: a federal judge says victims of a ponzi scheme in the western part of the state are owed nearly $23 million. prosecutors say aaron olson of rindge took the money from more than 80 investors. that was over the course of five years. he is currently serving five years behind bars for tax evasion, and has been ordered to start paying the money back
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 on student loans, became a stonyfield business manager. then a top executive at college for america.
with lighter wind and sunshine. sean: kevin, thanks. an epping teenager is credited with saving his sister after running into a burning building to pull her to safety. erin: the fire broke out last week while julia hutchins was watching a movie with her three youngest children. they got out as soon as the smoke alarms went off, but that's when they realized that three-year-old melodi was missing. so 16-year-old brandon ran inside to look for his sister. brandon: could not see things were, and i did not have my glasses on. i had grabbed her, and i almost fell down the stairs, because the smoke got me really busy. erin: everyone is safe this morning, and firefighters were able to save the house. the hutchins hope to be able to move back in in about six months, after repairs are made. sean: wow. well, a lot of people pay a little extra money for a vanity license plate, but one driver in the middle east just shelled out $9 million.
-- i want to be one of those -- desperately wanted a single-digit license plate for his rolls royce, and when the number five came up for auction, he bid high. he also paid just under $7 million last year for plate number nine, to put on another rolls. he has got two, i guess. he says he constantly gets stopped by people wanting to take a picture. so this is the k get a rolls-royce and a single-digit license plate and moved to dubai. erin: i think you should just be a developer in dubai. sean: make millions. good erin: coming up, transit point. workers in one of the country's biggest cities are now on strike, and money isn't the only concern. sean: thanksgiving is less than a month away, and now butterball is giving you another way to ask questions as you prepare your
least five others hurt after a pipeline exploded in alabama yesterday. investigators say an excavator hit the pipeline, igniting the gasoline, sending flames and smoke shooting high above the forest. as you can see. officials built a dam to contain the burning fuel while they wait for it to burn out. this happened just a mile from where the line burst back in september, leaking around 300 thousand gallons of gas. transit workers in philadelphia are officially on strike this morning, shutting down one of the largest public transportation systems in the country. the union announced the strike at midnight, when contract talks failed to produce a new deal. beyond financial issues, there are also concerns over schedules, break time, and driver fatigue. there are also concerns this morning that if a deal is not reached quickly, the strike could prevent some people from voting next week. erin: iraqi special forces have now fought their way inside the city limits of mosul in the latest assault to take control from isis.
in over two years. the effort is a coordinated attack from the ground and from the air, but the operation is expected to last for several more weeks. and international aid groups say isis may be using tens of thousands of children as human shields. for the first time ever, china is showing off its j-20 stealth fighter jet to the public. two jets performed a series of maneuvers during an airshow. the jet is similar to the f-22 raptor used by the u.s., and is another sign of china's growing military sophistication. sean: the parent company of bauer hockey equipment and easton baseball equipment has filed for bankruptcy protection. performance sports group, which is based in exeter, says it already has a buyer lined up. the sale is worth $575 million. the company says it plans to continue operations through bankruptcy proceedings and any sale. investigators say lobster trap wars in maine have cost
of dollars, making it the worst they have seen in decades. officials say the problem seems to be centered in the midcoast area, where hundreds and hundreds of traps have been cut. and the problem is getting worse as fishermen fight over territory. there is now a $15 thousand reward for information. erin: thanksgiving is now just over three weeks away, and that means it is time to start thinking about how to cook your turkey. for the first time, butterball will let people text their for the first time, butterball will let people text their instead of calling. the phone help line opens today, and you can start texting on november 17 -- and continue through thanksgiving day, with real people on call 24 hours a day. butterball says the most-asked question has remained the same for 30 years. and that is how long does it , take to thaw the turkey? kevin: that is just cruel to show a thanksgiving dinner like that. sean: we barely have halloween
immediately, just like that? sean: those mashed potatoes look really good. kevin: it looks really, really good. three weeks. sean: can you focus? kevin: give it a try. erin: you can have a turkey sandwich. kevin: we do have quiet skies overhead, temperatures in the 20's to near 30. we have clear skies across a good part of the state. with those light winds, temperatures overnight fall into e today, not as much wind through the afternoon. a fairly light breeze out of the south. the sunshine goes to work. temperatures mid 40's to lower 50's this afternoon. clouds start increasing later today up north. some high clouds elsewhere later tonight. not much in way of shower chances through tomorrow. temperatures 50's to lower 60's. the best rain chances centered on thursday, with cooler air coming in for friday and the weekend. mostly clear skies.
out. that should burn out quickly, setting up sunshine into the afternoon. high clouds drift into northwestern parts of the state later this afternoon. low-pressure just getting going south of the rockies. that will glide in our direction. by thursday, a pretty good rain chance. temperatures vary by several degrees, town by town. in general, upper 20's to near 30 in the southern half of the state early this morning. state early this morning. as cold as 23 or 24 in some of the mid-20's. in the north country, lower 20's this morning. a fairly light wind. the warmest reading top mount washington, at least this morning. that is where milder air starts to creep in, in the mid -- in the high levels of the atmosphere. clouds start to drift in across northern areas like this afternoon. maybe a stray shower around tonight. a lot of clouds.
tonight and tomorrow. it will not take much to get about 60 degrees. and warmer start to the day tomorrow. from there, the best rain chances will be on thursday. a lot of this is centered around thursday afternoon and thursday evening. could be a quick half inch to an inch of rain fall out of this. once it moves by, cooler air on a northwesterly breeze on friday. that is the air mass for the weekend. high temperatures today creeping to near 50 degrees in most locations. upper 40's. a lighter breeze will make it feel pretty good with that sunshine through the afternoon. we start with their skies only to increase clouds. maybe a stray shower up north late tonight or early tomorrow. the ups go through thursday before we start to head back down again. with a breeze on friday, it is going to feel much cooler, much like yesterday, before we warm up again with a lighter wind and a good deal of sunshine. all weekend activity is a go.
back on sunday. daylight saving time and's. sean: welcome to let's check our november. top stories. here's ray brewer. ray: a week to go before the election and a lot of granite stater's have yet to make up their mind. 40% are undecided when it comes to the race for u.s. senate. 50% when it comes to the race for governor. those voters will get some help with our granite state debates is the candidates for governor will be on the stage tonight. analysts say because the presidential race, it adds to the indecision, because there has been so much attention on the race for the white house that many voters have not put as much effort into learning about the local candidates. sean: police in bedford are stepping up patrols because dwi arrests in town are up 40% this year compared to last year. that includes five arrests in just 28 hours over the weekend, and officers say one driver was just 17 years old. a federal judge has ordered a
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thankfully, there was a copilot on board. sean: i want to watch this while you are doing the little announcement thing. is there a copilot aboard? there are many fun ways to celebrate halloween, but a brother and sister from canada just got one of the most unique experiences ever. erin: they won an international competition to spend the night at the transylvanian castle in romania that inspired the dracula legend. it is the first time in 70 years anyone has spent the night there. the siblings eight the meal described in bram stoker's classic horror novel, and then slept in red-velvet-lined coffins. sean: it sure looks like the real deal. i thought you were supposed to stay awake at night and sleep during the day. erin: and have garlic around their neck and a wooden stake. sean: coming up in the next half hour, oreo concerns. find out why some of milk's
>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news "daybreak." sean: a lot of kids waking up with full bellies this morning, and they are waking up to chilly temperatures on this november 1. temperatures on this november 1. it feels a little like winter, we will get to your latest on the forecast, but first, today's top stories. with just one week to go before the election, a new wmur granite state poll shows that many new hampshire voters remain undecided on key local races. the new hampshire community college system has fallen victim to fraud. it says it lost $130,000 to a fake organization and is now working with police to get that money back. and an investigation is underway
workers were injured in accident at the construction site for the new public safety complex. sean: all right, full confession. i didn't need a lot of candy last night, maybe out of the kids' candy bags, but it was really good. kevin: do they watch the show? are they aware of this? sean: they are probably getting up, but they were sleeping a couple of minutes ago. kevin: they notice the bag is a little later this morning. 20's winds and sunshine providing what should be a really nice lunch break for the kids as they head out later this afternoon at school. temperatures upper 40's, lower 50's. sean: bundle up at the bus stop. let's check on the roads this morning. here's a live look at i-93 from our common man camera in windham. 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. deb: good morning. police are on the scene of a crash in manchester causing
use caution through that stretch. in seabrook, route 286 remains closed between route 1-a and south main street due to a crash that took down polls and wires. crews are replacing the damaged. that three south, a serious crash at exit 29. the left lane is blocked and traffic is backed up approaching tyngsborough. another crash has the right shoulder blocked at the trump rotary. i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. , sean: in just one week from today, granite staters will be heading to the polls to cast their ballots in the election. erin: the final week of campaigning will be crucial for candidates locked in close races, especially with many voters still undecided as to who they will vote for. the latest wmur granite state poll shows that 40% of likely voters have not made a final decision in the u.s. senate race. 50% say they're still making up their minds in new hampshire's race for governor.
voters could make a final decision as we kick off our granite state debates. ray brewer joins us live now at saint anselm college, where those debates are taking place. good morning, ray. ray: good morning, sean. if new hampshire voters haven't made a decision by now, analysts and by those numbers it appears that is the case, political analysts say they could go with the party they normally side with, or it could come down to just a gut feeling on election day. with pollsni today, voters are running out of time to make up their minds in some key races. richard: i'm gonna wait until the very last minute, the last day. erin w: we haven't quite made up our minds yet, because we're still trying to do a bit of research. ray: the latest wmur granite state poll shows a close race for senate here in new hampshire. democrat maggie hassan is leading republican kelly ayotte 44% to 43%. but among likely voters who were polled, 40% haven't made their final decision.
more likely voters, 50%, haven't made their final decision. the poll shows democrat colin van ostern leading republican chris sununu by five points. adam: i think i would look for a candidate that's backing the presidential candidates, no matter what their party affiliate is. i think they should be going with their party affiliate. jordan: but then every day you hear something different, so it kind of swings me around a little bit. ray: because of the presidential race, political anyalysts say granite staters might be less familiar with local candidates, tuesday. >> undecided voters at this point often tend to be people who are less involved in politics on a regular basis. they don't pay quite as close attention to it on a daily basis. they may make a decision based on less information. that final weekend, and kind of just the sort of general feeling about whether one candidate has momentum could make the difference. ray: political analysts also say we could see more people vote for a mix of democrats and republicans rather than voting down the ballot for just one
races have another chance to sway voters when they face off in our granite state debates. tonight, the candidates for governor will go head-to-head, followed by the senate candidates tomorrow, and both congressional districts on thursday and friday. all of the debates begin at 7:00 here at saint anselm college. you can watch them live on wmur . also streaming them live on app. live in manchester, ray brewer, wmur news 9. erin: the new hampshire community college system is working with police to recover $130 thousand it lost to wire fraud. a spokeswoman says the college system was making payments on a project by check, but it was recently asked to pay through an electronic funds transfer instead. the system was told that the funds would be paid through an organization called "automated clearing house." but it later discovered that the organization is a fraud, and the funds never made it to the
today at a construction site in bow where two workers were injured in an accident yesterday. the men were working at the new public safety complex project when a roof support came crashing down. town officials say the workers were installing wooden roof trusses when one buckled, bowed, and fell on them, knocking them to the ground. the men were taken to concord hospital with serious, but non-life-threatening injuries. >> one had a broken leg and mild concussion. a couple stitches and, um, he bruised his elbow. sean: osha is now investigating the accident. the construction project is set to be complete early next year. erin: a big change is coming to the lebanon police department. a private donor is footing a hefty bill to make sure the city's police officers are equipped with body cameras. the total cost is about $18 thousand for 10 body cameras and the necessary accessories, as
says it's one of the most the chiefsays it's one of the most generous gifts the department has ever received. he says the donor is a longtime lebanon resident who was motivated by her own concern for police on patrol. >> keep his attention to what goes on and is going on nationally with law enforcement and some of the issues with body cameras, and not having body cameras. she felt it was an important piece of technology that we should have. erin: lebanon police will be wearing the body cameras within the next couple of months. hampshire? selfstorage.com recently set out to answer the question -- if new hampshire was a storage unit, what countries could you fit inside of it? it says new hampshire is the fifth smallest state, but it's also larger than dozens of countries. the website says countries that would fit inside the granite state include belize, israel, kuwait, jamaica, montenegro, and
or as stephanie, our producer likes to say, swayze land, like patrick swayze. erin: jamaica fits in here? coming up on "daybreak," a unique way to remember your loved ones. we'll tell you about a company that turns human ashes into diamonds. sean: plus, england's new pound is causing some issues before it even starts circulating. find out why the coin is already causing headaches for some businesses.
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we staue sunshine into the afternoon bringing temperatures into the lower range of the 50's. milder air moves and and the next system comes with it. we will have the details, coming up. sean: a new poll shows that the race for the white house is tightening. it shows hillary clinton with a seven point lead over donald trump. if the election was held today,
have 1%. as the election approaches, clinton is playing defense against a new e-mail inquiry while trunk tries to capitalize on it. nikole killion is live in washington this morning with the latest on the ongoing investigation. good morning. nikole: good morning. hillary clinton heads to florida today still trying to brush off the unwanted scrutiny. clinton addressed the new fbi probe in ohio in connection with her email server. saying, there is no case here. the justice department pledg began searching through thousands of emails belonging to clinton's longtime aide, huma abedin. the white house weighed in on the case for the first time, saying the president does not believe the fbi director is trying to influence the outcome of the election by publicizing the probe. meantime, donald trump continued to take aim at clinton over the controversy. however, today, he is going to make a slight pivot renewing his , criticism of the health care law in a speech today outside of philadelphia.
questions himself today. can you talk about that? nikole: on a couple of fronts. on his taxes "the new york , times" reports that in the 1990's, trump avoided paying potentially hundreds of millions of dollars in taxes in a way that even his lawyers considered questionable. meantime, there are some reports that the fbi may have opened at least a preliminary inquiry into paul manafort. you will recall he was interests, though we do not have independent confirmation of that. that to you. sean: nikole killion in washington, thank you. erin: we are following a developing story out of maine. right now, firefighters are on the scene of a house explosion in saco. the blast happened around 1:30 this morning. our sister station wmtw says a man's body has been pulled from the rubble. at this time there is no word on what may have caused the
if you have any oreo cookies at home, you are going to want to listen up to that. two versions of oreos have been recalled because they contain a milk allergen that is not on the ingredient list. people who have an allergy or sensitivity to milk could have a serious reaction if they eat either the original oreo fudge cremes or mint oreo fudge cremes. the affected cookies have best-by dates from august 19 through october 18. sean: a company in switzerland is helping people remember their late loved ones. it is turning carbon from human ashes in d few weeks to create. many people who have bought one say that having the diamond makes them feel like they are keeping part of their loved one close. others are skeptical about the idea. >> i feel a connection. i feel comfort. i feel love. and i have all the memory of him. so i have a part of him, and that makes me happy. >> i wouldn't like to become a
i'd rather be fertiliser for the soil than being a diamond. the -- diamond. sean: the average cost for one of these diamonds is $5000 dollars. he would rather be fertilizer. to each his own, i suppose. turning now to sports -- the patriots traded perhaps their most talented defensive player to the cleveland browns yesterday. erin: linebacker jamie collins was traded for a third- or fourth-round draft pick. along with chandler jones last year, collins is the second all-pro defensive player the pats have recentlyra he would have been a free agent after this year, and was said to be asking for von miller-type money. the denver broncos star got a six-year, $114 million deal in august, with $70 million guaranteed. it is probably not a coincidence that the pats sent him to the worst team in the nfl. and the browns could use the franchise tag on collins to keep him around for next season. sean: a new hampshire college is
the whole country. food site chowhound put saint anselm college at number 15 on its list. part of the reason is the variety of food the school offers. >> definitely breakfast. so many choices -- eggs benedict -- if the grill is not open, even though that is my favorite part, they will have a's benedict on sundays. i love going to the grill. awesome. they have everything from pancakes to breakfast sandwiches to everything else. >> it's almost like a home-cooked meal here. i usually get chicken, mashed potatoes, veggies. i am used to a big meal. i feel like i can get almost anything i want. >> we should be rated number one. sean: pay no attention to the penguin behind that student. bowdoin college in maine topped the list for best college food, followed by ucla and u-mass amherst. i do not remember having food like that. erin: they talk about the freshman 15. sean: i can see why. a man in kansas fell victim to
bar out of a cup holder but nothing else. the deep left a note saying that they love kit kats, discover the doors were unlocked, and took the candy. that the apologized, saying, i am sorry. i am hungry. sean: to be honest, you do not need to write the note, because who does not love kit kat bars? they had orange ones out for halloween. i might have had one. erin: were they white chocolate? sean: fast. kevin: i am sensing a commercial idea. sean: just leave the window rolled down. i know you are going to take it. kevin: atop mount washington, the warmest temperatures in the area. we have temperatures in the 20's just about statewide earlier this morning. currently 30-32. warmer air in the mid-levels of the atmosphere. that foreshadows the rest of the day. the wind can do that.
of that wind as the day moves along. temperatures are going to hvac close to where we were yesterday. the huge difference will be the lighter wind through the afternoon. it will be light out of the south, and that means that with the sunshine out there, it will feel pretty nice through the afternoon. 43 in pittsburgh and colebrook, but as warm as 53 in nashua out through the coast, with lighter wind. increasing clouds mostly of the high and mid-level variety. that will mean a chance of a shower of north. rain centered around thursday before cooler air comes in behind that for friday and next weekend. a good deal of sunshine. there are a few areas of fog this morning. the normal for prone areas. beyond that, we are looking at sunshine, with clouds drifting across northern areas later this afternoon. it could mean a shower latest afternoon or this evening up north. otherwise, the next system rolling toward us on thursday has yet to gather the goal moisture, but it will head our
hard pressed to find many about the early this morning. manchester boston regional airport as of last hour at 31 degrees, but running a solid 20 degrees colder than yesterday at this time -- except mount washington, it is 10 degrees warmer. see the warmer air through the ohio valley? that heads in our direction. after a chilly start, temperatures similar to yesterday, and then a solid 10 degree jump for the day tomorrow. with high clouds in northern areas later this afternoon. and then an increase in high clouds later tonight. a stray shower up north to start the day. we will be in the 50's to even lower half of the 60's. we should be in the 50's to lower 60's with clouds thickening early on thursday. rainfall moving in in the afternoon and early evening. could be a thick half inch or even full inch out of that system.
air, starting friday, which will be around through the weekend. starting in the 20's early this morning. a high either side of 50 later this afternoon. almost nothing but sunshine through the day, with a few high clouds drifting in later this afternoon. partly sunny tomorrow. we will have a few sunny breaks. that is all it will take for the southwest winds to get into the low and mid 60's. rain chances best in the afternoon and evening. thursday, ones that moves by, thursday, ones that moves by, cooler air sets of sunshine autumn afternoons, with highs in the 40's to lower 50's. i am guessing a lot of folks will be raking leaves. erin: they are coming down. the new british pound, which will start circulating in march, is causing headaches for some u.k. businesses. that's because it won't fit in most existing vending machines. the machines will now have to be updated to fit the 12-sided coin, which will not come cheap. the automatic vending association estimates it will cost the industry millions to
will accept the new coin. no, i cannot believe that happened. sean: they should have talked to each other. erin: they should have. sean: a grocery store in utah is giving props to one of its baggers. all of the baggers at macey's grocery store are under the age of 20, with the exception of this young lady betty. , she is 85-years-old, and she is setting the bar for her co-workers. they say betty out-works all of them put together. she has been bagging groceries at the store three days a week for the last 15 years, and right now she has no plans of slowing down. betty: when i quit, that's the day the devil gets me. i'll be here for a minute. if he's going to catch me, honey, he's going to catch me as i'm going like this. he's not going to catch me like this. so i'm going to be fast. [laughter] sean: going to outwit that devil. betty actually retired from another grocery store several years ago, but she says she got bored and decided to get another job. one thing you learn here -- if
she has a cop in her step. good for her. still to come on news 9 "daybreak" -- we'll have a final check on your top stories. including a look at how many new hampshire voters remain undecided a week from the election. and now time for our u-local hot shots of the morning. take a close look at this picture. can you tell the dog from the owner? don't they always look-alike? we want to see your
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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: it is now 6:55. updating our top stories -- sean: the latest wmur granite state poll shows that many likely voters remain undecided on key races, just one week before the election.
are undecided when it comes to the race for state senate or u.s. senate, and 50% undecided when it comes to the race for governor. those voters will get some help as the granite state debates take place this week. tonight, the candidates for governor will go head-to-head, followed by the senate candidates tomorrow, and both congressional districts on thursday and friday. erin: police in bedford are stepping up patrols due to what the chief calls an alarming trend. officers say they arrested five sean: the new hampshire community college system has fallen victim to wire fraud. it says it lost $130 thousand to a fake organization. the system is now working with police to get that money back. kevin: starting off early this morning with fair skies across the area, but it is a chilly start. temperatures in the 20's to lower 30's. extended forecast shows temperatures warming up over the next couple of days.
thursday afternoon and thursday night. cooler air moving in friday. erin: -- sean: it feels like when i buy into a york peppermint patty. it is chilly out there. kevin: you sound like you just did that last night. erin: coming up next on "good morning america" -- the criminal case against bill cosby goes back into court. three felony counts of indecent assault. ready to head out when others head home. at eversource, we prepare for ugly weather all year long... upgrading technology, managing vegetation, improving how we get information to you because we know you're counting on us. we're ready for winter, and we want to make sure you're ready, too. visit eversource.com to learn more and sign up for storm updates. and be sure to follow us on facebook and twitter.
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good morning, america. and breaking right now, donald trump surging in our brand-new poll topping hillary clinton for the first time since may. as she battles back against that fbi investigation, defiant and demanding answers. >> i am sure they will reach the same conclusion t they looked at my e-mails. there is no case here. donald trump doubling down. >> the clinton crime spree end, it's going to enden 0 november 8th. >> both their campaign managers are here this morning with exactly one week until election day. breaking overnight halloween hayride disaster. three killed, seven other injured. ambulances and helicopters race to the scene.