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sean: now on "daybreak" -- one of the most watched senate races in the country is right here in new hampshire, and there was a lot riding on our granite state debate last night. erin: racial vandalism. why a derry mother thinks her home was targeted -- not once, but three times. kevin: through. the leading edge of cooler air. what that means and the forecast for the weekend, with futurecast ahead. >> the cubs won the world series! sean: after 100 eight years, the curse is over for the chicago cubs, but fans had to stay into the night to wait out some late drama. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org]
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like we do. now, wmur news 9 "daybreak." erin: a nailbiter. extra innings, the rain delay. sean: extra deep dish pizza for everybody this morning. the chicago cubs are the world series champions. they have not said that in quite a while. we have highlights in a couple minutes. speaking of things we have not seen in a while -- looking at some rain. kevin: this morning, on the light side. that will pick up late morning and into theer the door. factor in a few extra minutes. clouds and occasional showers through midmorning. the batch you see through western parts of new york eventually making tracks from west to east, late morning and afternoon. a good 0.70 five inches of rain is a possibility. temperatures will jump into the 50's. temperatures eventually turn north. that dimensionally means cooler air moving in. more with your forecast in just a bit. but let's take a look at the
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we're joined live by 95.7 wzid's deb davidson. good morning, deb. deb: manifesting problems around the lebanon area. on the southbound side, traffic continues to move well at the bow junction getting onto 93. 93 is moving well in the state, but 93 south in massachusetts very heavy from methuen to woburn. this report being brought ou i am dead davidson 495.7 wzid. -- i am deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: the curse is over this morning. the chicago cubs are world series champions for the first time in 108 years. sean: last night's game seven was certainly not without drama, ending in extra innings. there was actually a rain delay after the ninth, but the cubs scored twice in the top of the tenth inning, and then held off
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earning a reputation as a curse-breaker. he helped lead the red sox to victory in 2004. the indians' world series drought of 68 years is now the longest in baseball. switching gears republican , senator kelly ayotte and democratic challenger governor maggie hassan faced off last night for their last debate before next week's election. erin: the debate, seen live right here on wmur, covered a wide range of issues. and while their opinions differed, the candidates remained civil. wmur's ray brewer is live at saint anselm college this morning with a recap. ray: recent polls show senator ayotte and governor hassan are locked in a very close race. a statistical dead heat. and the outcome here could affect the balance of power in washington, so there is a lot at stake here. this was the second leg of our granite state debates here at
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range of issues, including cyber security, student loan debt, and the drug crisis. neither ayotte nor hassan was willing to fully support their respective party's presidential nominee. and they did clash when it came to gun rights. sen. ayotte: i appreciate so much how important it is that we keep guns away from criminals and terrorists. i also believe it's equally important that we stand up for the second amendment rights of our citizens. gov. hassan: we closing the loopholes in our background check systems so that terrorists can't buy guns online and at gun shows. and even after the tragedy in orlando, senator ayotte had the opportunity to vote to close those loopholes, and she has declined to do that. ray: the candidates did agree that there should be no u.s. ground troops in iraq for the fight against isis. and they both agreed they were pulling for the chicago cubs to win the world series. so, wish granted on that front. remember, our granite state
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all three candidates in the first congressional district debating here at saint anselm college. reporting live ray brewer, wmur , news 9. erin: now to the presidential race. donald trump's daughter ivanka is campaigning here in new hampshire today, with stops in manchester, hollis, and nashua. and trump himself will be in atkinson tomorrow. on the democratic side, president obama is coming to the granite state on monday afternoon, the day before the election, to campaign for hillary clinton, though no other new polls show a tightening race, especially in several key swing states. abc's lana zak reports. lana: good morning. north carolina will see both hillary clinton and donald trump out on the trail today. both of the candidates locked into a statistical tie, according to the latest abc news tracking poll. donald trump brought the fireworks in florida -- literally. mr. trump: get out and vote. lana: but he tried to avoid
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the campaign, saying he will stay nice and cool. mr. trump: stay on point, donald. stay on point. [applause] mr. trump: no sidetracks, donald. nice and easy. because i have been watching hillary the last few days. she is totally unhinged. lana: but hillary clinton warned voters in arizona that the "unhinged" one she believes is her opponent -- mrs. clinton: if donald trump t who is out of his depth and whose ideas are incredibly dangerous. lana: both candidates are making a massive final push. president obama helping close the deal for clinton in north carolina. and the trump children fanned out in five battleground states. also out on the campaign trail, president obama criticized what he called fbi leaks in his first remarks about the clinton e-mail case, though he declined to
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erin: we continue to follow breaking news from the middle east, where two u-s service members have been killed battling the taliban in northern afghanistan. two other americans were wounded. nato says all four were part of a mission to train, advise, and assist local troops. nato's official combat operations in afghanistan ended at the end of 2014. a total of four u.s. soldiers have been killed in afghanistan this year. sean: police in derry are investigating several incidents of racially-charge jaci stimson says she is being targeted because her seven-year-old son is black. in october, she found a racial slur etched into her car outside her home on scobie pond road. three days later, a sign was left with another slur, telling her to, quote, "go home." then yesterday morning, she found eggs, fried chicken, and watermelon thrown into her driveway. jaci: he's a beautiful little
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why all this is happening. we're not leaving, and we're not going to change anything we do, and i'm proud of him. sean: the family says they've lived in derry for five years and never had an issue before. because of the racial nature of this case, police say whoever is responsible could face elevated charges. erin: a manchester man will spend 25 years to life in prison after pleading guilty to second-degree murder. drew morris shot 44-year-old raymond drake last year. raymond drake last year. prosecutors say the strangers then went to morris's apartment on amherst street to drink. the state says morris fired three shots during an argument, hitting drake in the hand, neck and chest. morris initially claimed it was self defense, but then changed his story. >> i am glad to hear you will be put away for a long time. i would hate to see anyone else ever go through the pain and sorrow and devastation that you have caused us. morris did apologize in court
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differently. sean: a hampstead man charged in connection with a deadly crash in salem is due back in court one week from today. police say 45-year-old todd gurley was under the influence of drugs when he caused a chain-reaction crash on route 111 monday afternoon. a woman from atkinson died. gurley faces a list of charges, including negligent homicide and aggravated dui. a massachusetts man has admitted that he sold drugs, including heroin, fentanyl, and oxycodone, to dealers who then sold the juan pena pleaded guilty in federal court in concord just before his trial was to start. he also admitted to illegally having a gun as part of drug trafficking. pena is the second man to plead guilty in the case. erin: still ahead, an about-face for the army. there is some good news for a milford family nearly a year after a serious heart attack. sean: what is the symbol of america?
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erin: and ahead at 6:30 this morning a deadly record for one , new hampshire community as the drug crisis continues to
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kevin: it is thursday morning, november 3. light showers making their way across the area. temperatures have dropped back into the 40's, and it will be a jump into the 50's for most in the afternoon. steadier rainfall from the west will be around in a good part of the state this afternoon. have the details on changes for the weekend, coming up. sean: a milford family is celebrating this morning after the army agreed to pay some
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reserve captain shane morgan a couple weeks ago. this weekend marks one year since he suffered a heart attack and nearly died during an army mandated push-up test at fort devens. but the army said his injury was not considered in the line of duty, and so it would not cover all the medical bills. so the morgans appealed and went public. >> it was a huge weight off of our shoulders. and it allows us to take the next step in our journey, which is not to focus on fixing the who are going through this process do not have to spend a year or more waiting for an answer. erin: the army told the morgans the entire line-of-duty process is now under review. sean: the american bison is now on equal footing with the bald eagle as symbols of america. the bison was officially designated as the national mammal during a ceremony in south dakota yesterday. the bison is the largest land animal in north america, and
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resilience, and the nation's pioneer spirit. there are currently about 30,000 bison in the wild in the u.s. there you go. another symbol of america. erin: it is now six: 14. still ahead, what is old is new again. why one city in maine is installing a brand new pay phone that is free to use. sean: what is a pay phone? celebrating big papi.
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hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of
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i alone can fix it! bomb the [bleep] out of 'em. i'd like to punch him in the face. i like people that weren't captured, okay? he's a mexican! she ate like a pig... i moved on her like a [bleep] i did not say that... i love war. yes, including with nukes. blood coming out of her... they're rapists... wrong. there has to be some form of punishment. such a nasty woman. i wanna be unpredictable. ...on 5th avenue and shoot somebody... she's a slob... i don't remember! and you can tell them to go [bleep] themselves! priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. erin: there is alarming news for women around the world this morning. the american cancer society is now predicting that the number of women dying from cancer worldwide will likely grow by nearly 60% in the next 15 years. the biggest increase is expected to be in low- and middle-income countries where more women are taking up habits like smoking and eating a less nutritious diet. sean: pay phones are
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the country, but crews are installing a brand new one in biddeford, maine. the phone should be up and running by the end of the week. however, this one is a little unique. it's called a public interest phone, allowing people to make calls for free. officials say it could also be helpful for people trying to set up a job interview or to reach a family member, especially for those who can't afford cell phones. the calls are paid for by telephone customers through maine's universal service fund. erin: check this out. the brewers at sam adams are sox legend david ortiz. for tomorrow only, bottles of a special brew called "big hapi" will be sold at the brewery in boston, with all proceeds going to the david ortiz children's fund. only 541 bottles will be made available. that is one for each home run that ortiz had in his career. and sales start at 4:00 tomorrow afternoon. and i guess it comes with a little mango taste to it.
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marketing team for something like that. erin: what a good idea. kevin: there should be a line out the door waiting for them, i would have to think. wet start to the day. periods of rainfall today. a batch of rain back to the west. we will show you in just a minute. that will make its way across the state late morning and into the afternoon. there will be a breeze out of the east and northeast. it will keep temperatures in the 50's, as opposed to the milder air yesterday. brisk tonight. the cooler breeze continues into friday and the weekend, with partial sunshine. there is the lighter showers. you can see the more organized area of rain making steady progress toward us. probably arriving mid to late morning in western areas and moving across the state into the afternoon before the back edge crosses the state late this afternoon and early this evening. it will not be a clean break, even though we will have clear skies later tonight.
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friday evening and weekend time for them. like a showers early this morning. not much more than 0.1 inches of rain coming out of this, but it will let the roadways early this morning. we will continue to see a breeze build out of the east and northeast, keeping temperatures a bit cooler. temperatures this morning are in the 40's, thanks to the clouds. this is close to our normal highs for this time of year. we will jump a bit come into the 50's for the afternoon. steady rainfalke later tomorrow. highest today in the low and mid 50's. about as warm as we will be for the next several days. we are looking at rainfall moving across the state late morning and into the afternoon. steadiest midafternoon before pulling away late in the day. northwest winds with clear skies for central and southern areas. we will continue to have showers up north. rain showers later this afternoon and this evening for the white mountains and great
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from the mountains tomorrow. northwest winds could gust over 25 mph. as i mentioned, there could be occasional showers over the weekend. a lot of that will be in snowflake format from the notches northward. the breeze picks up out of the east and northeast. your extended forecast shows cooler air coming in behind this system and the rainfall this afternoon. the breeze will be gusty tomorrow, eventually starting to let up as we work into the weekend, although it may pick up again on sunday. lower range of the 50's. a thank you to visit 14 of the season on tuesday morning, post-halloween, at thorntons ferry elementary in merrimack. the third graders have been doing a weather unit, so we talked weather cycle and tornadoes. excellent questions, as i usually get when you get to the end of the weather unit. they have all sorts of questions which i have the feeling the teachers say, we can tell kevin gets here. he will take care of that. sean: very nice.
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thorntons ferry. erin: were they still on a sugar high? kevin: a little bit. the teachers were probably thrilled i was there. erin: a local political race getting national attention was in the spotlight last night. ray brewer starts off our top stories. ray: our granite state debates taking place here in thing and some college last night. this time, it was the candidates for u.s. senate squaring off. polls show senator ayotte and governor hassan are locked in a very close race civil debate. it included several security, student loan debt, and the drug crisis. this could affect the balance of power in washington, so there is a lot at stake. erin: police in derry are investigating several incidents of racially charged vandalism targeting a local family with a black child. over the last few weeks, a woman says a slur was etched into her car, a sign was left outside, and food was thrown at her home. a manchester man will spend 25 years to life in prison after pleading guilty to second degree
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raymond drake last year after an argument at morris' apartment. sean: coming up on "daybreak" -- your home could soon be the happiest place on earth. how you could own a piece of
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i'm maggie hassan, and new hampshire has a very clear choice: do we keep going with a senator who repeatedly votes with the corporate special interests... or a new senator who sides with the people of new hampshire? my focus has always been ing families: making college and job training more affordable. lowering prescription drug costs. and always protecting a woman's right to make her own health care decisions. these are my priorities, why i approve this message... and why i respectfully ask for your vote. vo: ending funding for planned parenthood. taking away our right to choose. restricting our health care choices. this is senator kelly ayotte's record.
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and she supports overturning roe v. wade. woman 1: kelly ayotte says she's for women. but it's just an act. woman 2: voters definitely cannot trust kelly ayotte. vo: senate majority pac is responsible
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erin: nasa is getting ready to look at space like never bef sean: the agency showed off the james webb space telescope yesterday. it still faces several tests before launching in 2018, but scientists say it could see detail on a bumblebee on the moon. scientists hope the telescope will shed light on the big bang and how black holes were formed, along with finding new surprises. with something that powerful, i think they will find new surprises out there. i do not think there are bumblebees on the moon. erin: but they could see them if there were. you will soon have a unique opportunity to own a piece of
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artifacts tracing the history of the famous park in california will be put up for auction later this month. many of the items have never been offered for public sale. the auction includes everything from simple souvenirs to props and artwork, and original animatronics -- even cars from some of the rides. a picture of walt himself. how cool is that? erin: i wonder how much that will go for. coming up in the next half hour, new efforts are underway to protect the water at pease years after three wells were shut down because of contamination. sean: the celtics are playing good basketball right, now but the injuries are already starting to mount after just
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ree years from now, a routine screening will catch it early and make all the difference. so when chris sununu voted to cut funding for planned parenthood, cutting access to cancer screenings and birth control for thousands of women, it's politics for him. for molly, it's the rest of her life. the stakes are too high to make chris sununu governo. this advertisement has been paid for by put new hampshire first
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i alone can fix it! bomb the [bleep] out of 'em. i'd like to punch him in the face. i like people that weren't captured, okay? he's a mexican! she ate like a pig... i moved on her like a [bleep] i did not say that... i love war. yes, including with nukes. blood coming out of her... they're rapists... wrong. there has to be some form of punishment. such a nasty woman. i wanna be unpredictable. ...on 5th avenue and shoot somebody... she's a slob... i don't remember! and you can tell them to go [bleep] themselves! priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. but you know what -. she could still learn a few things from me - just like i've learned a lot from her. mom helps with homework... she helped dad start his business... and she even fought to put bad guys in jail. now, mom helps make laws that help people - especially when they need it most. i'm really proud of her. and she's taught me that with hard work - i can do... anything. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte, kate: and i'm kate. kelly & kate: and we approved
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sean: good morning. welcome back. no sleep in chicago tonight. no doubt about it. around here, we are getting a little bit of rainfall. erin: the game got finished chicago. we are going to get to your forecast right after our top stories. the chicago cubs are celebrating their first world series championship in more than a hundred years. they defeated the cleveland indians 8-7 in game 7 last night. u.s. senate candidates kelly ayotte and maggie hassan faced off in our granite state debates last night, tackling issues including gun control. we will take a look at that. and american medical response says the city of nashua saw a record number of drug overdoses last month, up 73% from september.
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summer months. but over the last three or four weeks, we have been getting a steady flow, it seems like. kevin: summer storms tend to be scattered as well as -- instead of these uniform rains. as long as the pattern remains active, you will get the inch of rain every time they systems moves through. there is a system back to the west that will be moving through late morning and into the afternoon. more organized rain between more organized rain between 11:00 and 3:00 this aftern rainfall. temperatures today making their way up into the 50's. sean: have your stuff later. 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. right now, traffic is moving well on interstate 89 and 93 as you make your way through the granite date.
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south. and again between exits three and one. 293 busy through the millyard, especially by exit six. route for eastbound seeing building volume through durham and newington. this is being brought to you by bernie and phil's home of fine furniture. i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. for the first time in 108 years, -- erin: for the first time in 108 years, the chicago cubs are world series champions. cheer like that. this was the reaction at one chicago bar after the cubs defeated the cleveland indians in game seven. a nailbiter. this game went to 10 innings. the cubs scored twice in the tenth, following a 17-minute rain delay, and ended up winning the game 8-7. abc's dan harris has a look at some of the highlights and fan reaction to this major victory. >> here is the 0-1.
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dan the curse reversed. : a historic 8-7 win in exra innings for the chicago cubs, in what turned out to be an epic nailbiter. their first world series title since 1908. cubs fans spilling out into the streets of wrigleyville. chicago erupting in celebration. >> they deserve it. this is the best team we've had in years. >> there is literally nowhere i would rather be than right her in wrigleyville to celebrate this win. historic world series, are you kidding me? dan: it was an epic winner-take-all series. the indians and the cubs duking it out all the way to game seven in cleveland. chicago pulling off an astonishing comeback from a 3-1 deficit in the series. >> ross flies one into center. dan with veteran catcher david : ross caping off the last game of his career with a home run and a world series win.
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holy cow. dan harris, abc news, new york. sean: i think there were a lot of holy cows last night. not only are baseball fans reacting to the cubs' big win. politicians also stayed up late to watch the historic game. erin: nikole killion is in washington this morning with their reaction. nikole: hometown fan president obama is cheering the cubs victory. even though his loyalty lies with the white sox, he tweeted the cubs' win is change even this south sider can believe in. and he asked if than he leaves. the first lady, a chicago native, also tweeted she's so incredibly proud of the team. another chicagoan, hillary clinton, caught the final moments on the trail in arizona, tweeting, "108 years later and the drought is finally over. way to make history." she watched the game on an ipad and held up the signature w flag in celebration. in washington, i'm nikole killion, wmur news 9.
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, u.s. senate candidates faced off in our granite state debates last night. erin: this was their final televised debate ahead of next week's election. republican kelly ayotte and democrat maggie hassan went head-to-head on issues including higher education and the drug crisis. ray brewer joins us live now at saint anselm college in manchester with highlights from the debate. good morning, ray. ray: good morning. the candidates were not taking any chances in this last televised debate. instead, they mostly refrained and governor maggie hassan faced off on a number of issues during their granite state debate wednesday night, including cyber security. sen. ayotte: when you want to talk about cyber security, the democratic nominee, hillary clinton, that governor hassan has followed on so many issues and failed to call out on this issue -- she set up a private server, transferring classified information. gov. hassan: i have said repeatedly that her use of
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she has said so as well. she has apologized. i think that's appropriate. ray: governor maggie hassan teed off on senator kelly ayotte's support for donald trump, which lasted until last month. gov. hassan: she said, on 35 different occasions, that she supported him. she called him a role model for our children. and then when the political winds shifted, that's when she changed her position. sen. ayotte: she can use her talking points all she wants on this issue, but the people of this state know that i'll stand up for them no matter what. ray: on the fight against isis, both candidates agreed there should be no u.s. ground troops in iraq. but on gun rights and gun control, there were some big differences. sen. ayotte: i appreciate so much how important it is that we keep guns away from criminals and terrorists. i also believe it's equally important that we stand up for the second amendment rights of our citizens. gov. hassan: we should be closing the loopholes in our background check systems so that terrorists can't buy guns online
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and even after the tragedy in orlando, senator ayotte had the opportunity to vote to close those loopholes, and she has declined to do that. ray: our granite state debates continue this evening at saint anselm college. getting at 7:00, you can catch the candidates for the first congressional district. reporting live ray brewer, wmur , news 9. erin: now to the latest on new hampshire's drug crisis. the city of nashua saw a record number american medical response says it responded to 45 overdoses, seven of them deadly. that's up from 26 overdoses in september. amr officials say fentanyl is the main reason behind the spike in overdoses. >> fentanyl is far and away the killer drug that we encounter. people who are used to using certain amounts of heroin will get fentanyl and use their regular amount, and it kills them.
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increase in overdoses last month, much smaller than nashua's 73% jump. sean: former state representative kyle tasker has been arrested again, this time for allegedly causing a crash while driving drunk. police say tasker slammed into a car that was stopped at a red light in rochester tuesday afternoon, causing a chain reaction. no one was hurt. tasker is now charged with dwi, and this morning he is free on bail. but that could change. tasker may have his bail revoked from his arrest back in marc violated two of his bail conditions -- good behavior and consumption of alcohol. erin: the retrial of convicted murderer gary sampson continues in federal court in boston today. sampson killed two men from massachusetts and one man from new hampshire back in 2001. he was handed the death sentence for the massachusetts murders, but was later granted a new trial for his sentence only. the jury for his retrial will decide if sampson gets life in prison without parole or the death penalty.
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sampson had excessive head injuries growing up, which affected his decision making. some of the victims' family members were in court during yesterday's opening statements. >> listening to it again, and listening to the defense try another argument, was really, for me, very emotional. >> this is hard for all of us. we have been through this before. it has been 13 years now since he has been convicted. we got to go through hampshire man sampson killed, robert whitney, were also in court,but did not want to comment. sean: an investigation is underway in derry after police say someone fired shots at a couple of homes. >> there were no injuries reported. the bullets did go into each one of the residences, a total of four bullets. sean: the bullet holes were discovered tuesday night and yesterday morning at two homes on pinkerton street. police believe the cases are connected, and they are asking anyone with information to give them a call. erin: the air force is moving
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protect the drinking water at pease international tradeport. back in 2014, one of three wells on the former air force base was shut down, because of higher than recommended levels of pfc's. the air force is now laying out plans for two large scale treatment systems. one system will treat a former firefighter training area. the other will treat groundwater under the actual airfield. the design plans now need approval from the epa. the systems are expected to be built next year. sean: combating evil spirits. you'll hear from a priest who says he is seeing a spike in the number of requests for exorcisms. erin: as you get that lunch together, you should know it is national sandwich day. we'll take a look at which sandwiches have been deemed the most popular in america. kevin: rain shower activity off and on today.
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imagine if hillary clinton wins the white house... then what? liberal carol shea-porter? she'll be a rubber stamp for clinton's agenda. progressive shawn o'connor? he'll be a rubber stamp, too. and you know their agenda:
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fense. 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. dunkin's sweet black pepper bacon sandwich is back with twice the crispy, caramelized peppered bacon. experience a breakfast sandwich made for bacon lovers. america runs on dunkin'. 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. 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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kevin: a let's start to the day. like to rain shower activity early this morning, with temperatures in the 40's. in the afternoon, breeze developing out of the east and northeast. another round of rainfall moving
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we will look ahead. cooler air coming behind the system, and what it means for the weekend, coming up. erin: we continue to follow breaking news out of afghanistan. nato says two u.s. service members were killed overnight while battling taliban insurgents alongside local troops. two other americans were wounded in the assault. nato says the service members were part of a, quote, "train, advise and assist mission." sean: charges could soon be filed against a man accused of killing two iowa police officers in an ambush-style attack. erin: sergeant anthony beminio were shot and killed early yesterday morning while sitting in their cruisers. the suspect, 46-year-old scott greene, turned himself in several hours later by flagging down a car and asking the driver to call 911. the killings happened less than three weeks after greene was kicked out of a high school football game after complaints that he was flying a confederate flag near black spectators. again, greene has not yet been charged in connection with the officers' murders.
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washington state are accused of giving heroin to their kids in order to help them sleep. one of the children told investigators that his mom, ashley hutt, and dad, leroy mciver, used a needle to inject him and his sisters with, quote, "feel good medicine." the children, ages six, four, and two, were removed from the home. both parents are now facing charges, including child assault. erin: vermont state police say they arrested a drunken tractor trailer driver after he crashed his rig while trying to change police say 62-year-old allen johnson senior rolled the truck over on interstate 89 in williston on wednesday morning. he was allegedly standing between the front seats, trying to change his pants while driving. authorities say his blood alcohol level was 0.21, five times the legal limit for operating a commercial vehicle on a public highway. sean: a roman catholic priest in indiana says the number of people requesting exorcisms in his region is at an all-time
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appointed to serve as an exorcist. he says he gets about 20 requests per week from people who think they need an exorcism, but only about 10% of those people actually do. father lampert says demonic possession is rare, and most exorcisms involve less-intense prayers to get rid of evil spirits. vincent: faith in god will lead us in one direction, and lack of faith will lead us in another, so there does seem to be a correlation with people who evil in their life at the same time where faith in god is less relevant. sean: listen to this. at one time, the united states had 12 bishop-appointed exorcist priests. now, there are 50 and counting. erin: turning now to sports, the celtics hosted the chicago bulls last night, and they had to do it without al horford. he was hit in the head during practice on monday, and has entered the nba's concussion protocol program. in the second quarter, jae
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coach brad stevens said he doesn't expect crowder back any time soon. marcus smart was on the court for this one, playing his first game of the season. despite losing horford and crowder, the celtics went on to win it 107-100. today is national sandwich day and subway is celebrating with a , special offer. the restaurant is giving away a free sub for each one that you buy with a drink. for every free said that they give away subway will also , donate a meal to feeding america. the organization runs a network of 200 food banks across the country. sean: helping out a good cause. speaking of sandwiches menu , research firm data-essential has come up with a list of what it says are the most popular sandwiches in america. coming in at number five deli salad sandwiches. i think erin gets those. i do not know what that is. erin: i do not know. sean: sub is kind of generic.
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sandwich? sean: and sandwiches are one of my favorites. the most popular is the turkey sandwich. we were discussing before, pb&j. where is that? erin: tuna not getting any love either. sean: should be in the top five. we are disputing this. kevin: you have to knock it down to five, but you would think -- sean: hot pastrami should be three. kevin: pb&j should what highways. -- wet highways. we see another batch of rain make its way in. i suspect the second batch is steadier and we will pick up a half inch to three quarters of an inch of rain in certain parts of the state out of that. we start with clouds and later showers this morning. you see the next batch of rain making its weight in. a lot of maps have been zeroing in on central new hampshire for
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southern and extreme northern areas out of it. it will be quick clearing behind that. that likely sets up late afternoon, early evening. but not a clean break, because there are other showers through the great lakes. a glancing blow for the north country and the white mountains. some highways for the morning commute. temperature starting the debate in the 40's, and likely the 50's in the afternoon. at work will be an easterly and northeasterly breeze. that will keep temperatures from going up too quickly. locations just enough to get us into the lower range of the 60's. it does not look like a lot of areas are going to do that. if it is possible, you miss out on heavy rainfall in extreme southern areas. there is potential. and eastern breeze picks up and will have a tendency to put the can wash on milder temperatures. these numbers are above normal for this time of year. we are starting out with our normal size early this morning.
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after 11:00 this morning through about 4:00 this afternoon. it starts to pull away late in the day, with skies clearing quickly in southern areas. up north, lingering showers starting to change over to mixed showers tomorrow. the skies fair across must -- much of the state, although there may be lingering clouds up north. there will be the potential, white mountains, great north woods, friday night and over the weekend, for occasional mixed showers orw your elevation. a breeze both days out of the north or northwest, with temperatures in the 40's and lower 50's, with mainly fair skies. cooler air eventually coming in. highs across a good part of the state, upper 50's to mid 60's. that is by the boards until election day. we start warming up by the middle and end of next week, with sunshine around. after my marathon, i talked to the newport montessori school
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wall works, and also its of topics. a huge thank you to them. they give me a bag as well as a jacket which may come in very handy today in that rainfall. and i received a picture of a rainbow from kathleen, one of the -- sean: very nice. i like that. thunderbird. kevin: that is one of my jokes i have in my presentation. erin: remember, you have him to your school to get the full thing. a brentwood k-9 has some new protection this morning. titan got his very own kevlar vest, courtesy of vested vested -- of vested interest national organization based out , a of massachusetts that helps police departments get vests for k-nines. sean: it's deer season. and aaa is warning drivers to be cautious on the roads. it says october, november and december are the worst months for animal collisions. according to the new hampshire
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2,235 animal related car crashes in 2015. nationally there are about 1.5 million deer-related car accidents each year that results in more than a billion dollars in vehicle damage. nobody happy after one of those, so take care on the roadways. erin: i have done that before. sean: it is scary. erin: still ahead, a final check on your top stories, including a
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erin: it is now 6:55. making news this morning -- sean: the u.s. senate candidates went head-to-head in our debate last nig. ray: it was a mostly civil debate between governor maggie hassan and senator kelly ayotte. the two refraining from attacking for the most part. recent polls show the two locked in a very close race. the candidates covering a wide range of issues, including cyber security, student loan debt, and the drug crisis. erin: police in derry are investigating several incidents of racially-charged vandalism targeting a local family with a black child. over the last few weeks, a woman says a slur was etched into her
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and food was thrown at her home. sean: american medical response says the city of nashua saw a record number of drug overdoses last month, up 73% from september. seven of those overdoses were deadly. amr officials say fentanyl is the main reason behind the spike. erin: for the first time in 108 years, the chicago cubs are world series champions. they defeated the cleveland indians 8-7 in game seven last night. early this morning. activity will pick up with the next to rain moving in late morning into the afternoon. maybe a quick 3/4 of an inch of rain. cooler air tonight. that will be around through the weekend, with partial sunshine. some mixed showers and slow -- and snow showers will be possible up north any time starting friday evening and in the weekend. erin: good weather for election
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latest on the breaking news out of afghanistan. two u.s. service members were killed overnight while battling taliban insurgents alongside local troops. it will have the latest on the development. sean: and if you have not heard, the chicago cubs won the world series last night. highlights from that, plus reaction from across the globe.
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yotteyou're paying more for prescription medicines. kelly ayotte blocked lower cost generic drugs. you're paying high interest rates on college loans. ayotte voted against letting you refinance at lower rates. and you're paying higher bank fees while ayotte voted for special breaks to wall street executives. kelly ayotte. she's siding with corporate special interests and that's costing you.
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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. she stood up to both parties to protect our benefits. 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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? when you've been fighting for a long -- >> good morning, america. the curse has been reversed. >> the cubs win the world series. >> the chicago cubs are world champions. beating cleveland in an epic game seven. after extra innings, not even back-to-back hits giving the cubs the lead for good. >> that's one of my best games everybody will ever see. >> chicago erupting overnight. thousands celebrating in the streets. the team and their superstar fans soaking up the big win. >> i'm going to remember this for a long time. >> ending the 108-year drought

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