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key race in the race for the white house. erin: the local races are close, and candidates are working to earn last-minute support for candidates cost -- cast their ballots tomorrow. kevin: a warmer election day. we [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit] >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 "daybreak." erin: good morning, new hampshire, and thanks for waking up with us on this monday. i'm erin fehlau. sean: good morning. i'm sean mcdonald. believe it or not, the first ballots will be cast at midnight tonight. it is coming up.
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region. today and tomorrow looking at almost nothing but sunshine, with a warming trend for tomorrow. it'll sunrise this morning. a little fog in some of the sheltered valleys. temperatures in the 20's and 30's, with a light wind. high temperatures this afternoon making their way into the 40's and lower 50's. we will add another 10 degrees for the day tomorrow, for election day, and start to cool off with a couple systems through the end of the week. much more on your forecast coming up. let's look at your morning drive here in the granite good morning, deb. deb: good morning. traffic is moving well on interstate 98 north -- interstate 89 northbound. on the southbound side, things are moving nicely with no problems at the junction with 93. 93 continues to be up to speed through salem. you hit the brakes in methuen to south of 495. it is heavy and slow heading into boston. route three is heavy down to
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road. sean: the campaign season is almost over. at this time tomorrow, we will already have our first returns in new hampshire. three communities are set to vote at midnight. erin: the candidates are using every moment they can to try and win over voters, and the granite state is proving to be very important to the presidential hopefuls. wmur's ray brewer joins us now with a look at today's schedule. and it is a busy one. ray: it is. new sh battleground state, and both presidential campaigns are fighting hard to win the four electoral votes here. on the democratic side, president obama will be in new hampshire today, stumping for the woman he wants to take his job. he will speak at a "get out the vote" rally for hillary clinton this afternoon at the whittemore center at unh in durham. the event starts at 3:00, but doors open at 12:30, and crowds are expected to be large. and republican nominee donald trump will be in manchester
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mate, mike pence. they will both speak at a rally at the southern new hampshire university arena. the event starts at 8:00. nearly 10,000 people are expected to attend. this is trump's tenth visit to new hampshire since the primary, his second in four days. with those events today, there will be added security in both manchester and durham, as well as portsmouth, when air force one flies in and out of pease. state police is working with the secret service, and say some roads may be closed. problematic for some drivers, but they are asking people to be patient. well, it certainly is a race to the finish for this campaign. new hampshire, right in the middle of all of it. in the studio, ray brewer, wmur news 9. sean: ray, thanks. hillary clinton was in manchester last night, just hours after the fbi announced that its probe into her emails is over, and that the former secretary of state will not face
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mrs. clinton: don't leave it to chance. don't leave it to others. use your voice and your vote. erin: she rallied support in manchester last night along with musician james taylor. clinton called this election a "reckoning," and then asked for the support of both democrats and republicans. the fire department estimates that 3100 people turned out for the rally. sean: republican vice presidential nominee mike pence was also here last night to rally supporters and campaign workers in windham. he says new hampshire is one of the states that is key to white house, and that he and trump are earning support. gov. pence: i think we've got a great opportunity to bring real change to washington, d.c. -- to rebuild our military, to revive our economy through tax relief, repealing obamacare. sean: pence also called the fbi's decision to not file criminal charges in the clinton email case, quote, "disappointing." erin: there are also several key state races that are grabbing national attention, especially the race for u.s. senate between
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the outcome of this race could affect the balance of power on capitol hill. both candidates are hitting the campaign trail hard, and they both attended an event yesterday honoring a navy seal from new hampshire before meeting with voters at separate events along the seacoast. gov. hassan: we want to build on the progress we've been able to make in new hampshire, and we want to make sure that people understand the clear choice in this election. sen. ayotte: we've been getting a great response out there, and you know it's just really great , to be out talking p support. erin: hassan will campaign in western new hampshire this morning before joining president obama for his rally at unh. and ayotte has about 20 stops planned all over the state today. sean: another key race is that for the open governor's seat. republican chris sununu joined senator kelly ayotte yesterday at throwback brewery in north hampton, while democrat and fellow executive councilor colin van ostern rallied student volunteers at unh before heading
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>> i am here today at unh talking to students about how to bring college costs down, keep more young people and young families here. those are some of the things that are so important for our state's future. mr. sununu: they're excited for change. they're excited to let new hampshire make its next new step forward, instead of the same old thing. so as we get closer, all those undecided votes are really swinging to our side, and we feel great. sean: sununu and van ostern are both expected to speak at the nashua rotary club meeting this afternoon at 12:15. if you are worried about bringing your children to the polls tomorrow, help is the ymca in nashua will watch your kids for free while you vote, though you do have to sign up ahead of time. the seacoast ymca is also offering child care for a fee. and all the spots at the manchester y have already been filled. erin: recent polls have shown that a lot of granite state voters are still trying to decide who to vote for tomorrow. >> i'm on the fence. i'll walk in and probably decide
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a special looking at the struggle facing many undecided voters, as well as live team coverage of the last-minute push from the campaigns. "commitment 2016: the final hours" starts tonight at 7:00, right here on wmur. we are following breaking news now. janet reno, the first woman to serve as u.s. attorney general, has died. her goddaughter says reno died this morning due to complications of parkinson's disease. reno served for nearly eight president bill clinton, and was involved in several high-profile political controversies during that administration. janet reno was 78 years old. sean: in other news, now two people are dead after a crash in ossipee. police say two cars collided yesterday morning at the intersection of routes 28 and 171. both victims were in the same car, but their names have not been released. the cause of the crash remains under investigation. two people charged in connection
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bust in portsmouth are due in court today. police say 31-year-old travis tulo led police on a brief chase on friday before pulling into a driveway, and then police found a small amount of meth in the car. tulo and a passenger, 21-year-old kyle haggett, were both arrested on drug charges. tulo also faces a fourth offense dwi and operating after suspension. erin: right now, a manhunt is underway in everett, massachusetts for the gunman police say killed a man yesterday afternoon. offi a it happened around 2:00, and officers were on scene for hours. a witness says she heard two gunshots and then saw the victim run into the street and fall down. the man died at the hospital. sean: still to come on news 9 "daybreak" -- this morning running to support , veterans. the important work provided by this race, and the goals for next year. erin: significant damage. an earthquake rattled oklahoma last night, and there are concerns about a major oil depot this morning.
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with a rather unique use for toilet paper as they fix the
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!? kevin: monday morning, a live look up at berlin. 20's to lower 30's across the state early this morning, with clear skies and light winds. setting up to be a beautiful day with sunshine and temperatures right on the averages for this time of year. get warmer temperatures for election day, with your forecast coming up. erin: people are being told to stay away from downtown cushing, oklahoma this morning after a magnitude 5.0 earthquake caused significant damage last night. sean: that is right.
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today, and police say several people suffered minor injuries. there are also concerns that the quake may have damaged a nearby oil pipeline hub which is one of the largest depots in the world. crews will try to get a better handle on the damage this morning. >> i came flying up off the couch because i felt it was shaking. i grabbed my cousin off our bunk bed and we ran outside. the after shakes were just crazy, because they were just like -- sean: there have been 19 earthquakes in oklahoma in the last week, but this was the fifth largest in state history. erin: more than 300 people ran yesterday in memory of a fallen navy seal from new hampshire. dan healy was killed in afghanistan in 2005, when his helicopter was shot down during a mission to rescue fellow seals. yesterday, runners from all over the country took part in the second annual dan healy "veterans matter" 5k in exeter, providing support for veterans. >> it's extremely special,
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veterans and to help them through what we gain from the race. we'll be able to do more for the veterans in the seacoast, as well as single parent households, as well as the scholarships that we give. so the more people we have, the more we can help them. erin: and it is helping a lot of people. organizers are already making plans for next year, when they hope to attract more than a thousand runners. it keeps on going. sean: for a run as well. coming up, things got strange on the silver screen this weekend. but could marvel keep up its record of number one debuts? erin: plus, why you may want to stay up a little late next
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kate: my mom and i love shooting hoops. 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 this message. erin: more than a dozen wildfires are raging in australia this morning, and residents in two towns are now being told that it is too late for them to leave, though
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flames, and one fire jumped containment lines late sunday, threatening two communities. so far, no buildings have been destroyed, but hundreds of firefighters are desperately working to keep the fire away from homes. six people are dead and four in the hospital after a gas explosion leveled part of an apartment building in russia. government officials say the blast shook the area early sunday morning while everyone was sleeping. at least one child died. a total of 21 people lived in the building. weekend at the box office, and marvel couldn't be happier. the new superhero flick "doctor strange" pulled in $85 million, easily taking the top spot. "doctor strange" is the 14th film in the marvel series, and every single one of them has opened at number one. the new dreamworks animated musical "troll" opened in a strong second this week. a lot of kids checking that one out this week. we are following some breaking
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within the last hour, the union and transit officials announced that they have reached a deal on a new contract, though no -- contract that includes wage increases and pension improvements. the deal still needs to be ratified. the city had filed a request for an injunction to force employees back to work for tomorrow in order to make sure voters could get to the polls. but it looks like they have reached a deal. but thousands of people across the country will have tomorrow off as a paid holiday. companies like general motors and ford will give their employees the daf and outdoor clothing company patagonia will shut down completely. erin: that is interesting. the moon is about to look bigger and brighter than it has in nearly 70 years. scientists say the next supermoon is next monday, and because of the timing, the moon will be especialy large and bright. this full moon is known as "the beaver moon," and experts say the best viewing will be sunday night. there will be another supermoon next month, but it won't be as
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so let's hope that we can check out that moon. kevin: i would hope as we get later into the weekend, the skies will continue to get clearer, so we should be good for that. we start early this morning with what looks like there skies. we have a little bit of valley fog early this morning. otherwise, a lot of sunshine expected today and tomorrow. atop mount washington, must be cold this morning, that temperatures pretty similar to read the rest of us are, because the milder air is to come first. warm tomorrow, temperatures in the lower half of the 60's for election day. we are looking at sunshine today. lighter winds through the afternoon make it feel like the mid and upper 40's in the north country and 50's elsewhere. election day 50's to lower 60's. scattered showers ahead of friends that will come through later this week. one friday, and one wednesday.
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a little bit of valley fog. otherwise, sunshine early this morning. there should be fair skies today and tomorrow. the next system does not look terribly organized. by the time it gets here, probably scattered shower activity. look for temperatures ahead of that starting in the 20's to lower 30's. mid-30's closer to the shoreline. seasonably chilly for this time of year. running a solid 15 degrees cooler than yesterday. yesterday, we had clouds coming . bit warmer than yesterday at this time. coldest air continues to rotate through. a moderating trend ahead of the next front. it looks like the warmest of the temperatures will be around tomorrow. 40's to lower 50's this afternoon. light wind out of the north or northwest at around five mph. maybe the exposed area of the big lake will see a 10 mph breeze through the afternoon. otherwise, we are looking at sunshine and clear skies tonight .
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west and southwest. temperatures in the 50's to lower 60's tomorrow afternoon. that will be with sunshine for your election day. a really nice day out there tomorrow, especially for kids that may have the day off. from there, high clouds drifting in tomorrow evening. get showers activity for the first half of wednesday. that will try to pull away in the afternoon. as it does, it starts to drag down cooler air in the afternoon, with a little bit of a breeze. from thursday and friday. the next system arrives not from the midwest but out of canada on friday. that will drag down cooler air for the time we get toward the weekend. 20's to lower 30's early. about a 20 degree jump into the afternoon for most. the extended forecast shows temperatures bouncing into the lower 60's for election day tomorrow, and remaining in the low and mid 50's with clouds and occasional showers on wednesday. looks like cooler temperatures for the end of the week.
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friday along a secondary front through veterans day means cooler air for the weekend, with highs in the low and mid 40's. a pretty good breeze both of those days over the weekend. going to have a touch of late fall in the air. sunset happening -- sean: sunset happening so early now. kevin: it is a earlier. sean: that is true. while we are here. let's check our top stories. we are now just one day from the elections, and as a battleground state, new hampshire is in the spotlight. president obama is holding a "get out the vote" rally for hillary clinton this afternoon at and donald trump will rally support in at the snhu arena in manchester tonight, along with his running mate, mike pence. nearly 10,000 people are expected to attend. two people are dead after a crash in ossipee. police say two cars collided yesterday morning at the intersection of routes 28 and 171. both victims were in the same car. erin: and coming up on "daybreak" -- the macy's parade is a thanksgiving tradition, and organizers are getting ready.
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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: higher taxes. more government spending. and a weaker national defense. only frank guinta will put new hampshire first. he's on our side. i'm frank guinta and i approved this message. 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
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them." vo: just one. when you're raised by a single mom, you learn how important it is to live within your means. i'm colin van ostern, and i took that lesson to my work in business, and it's how i'll stand up for you as governor. by cutting inefficient spending and using innovation to save tax dollars, we'll make new investments without a sales or income tax. to create clean energy jobs,
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and lower college costs and cut student debt. as governor, i'll stand up for you. sean: hard to believe, but the 90th macy's thanksgiving day pa got some practice. erin: macy's took three brand-new balloons out for a test run over the weekend, including a new version of charlie brown, another one from "diary of a wimpy kid," and a troll from the new animated movie. organizers say this year's parade will also include a unique feature where four separate balloons come together to form one giant character. let's hope that it is not windy on thanksgiving, or else that
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a man in germany is counting the "carats" in his wedding band, but we aren't talking about the size of a gem stone. erin: yes, this 82-year-old man lost his ring three years ago, just after celebrating his golden wedding anniversary. and he was gardening recently, and pulled up a carrot to discover that his ring was wrapped around the vegetable. sean: how is that possible? erin: the caret grew right through it -- the carrot sean: coming up in the next half hour, we are now just hours from election day, and candidates are blitzing new hampshire, while many voters say they are ready. erin: plus, we'll check out highlights from the manchester city marathon and find out who
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molly's not thinking about cancer today, but three 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. this advertisement has been paid for by put new hampshire first and has not been authorized by any candidate. 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 on creating opportunity for working families: making college and job training more affordable.
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 "daybreak." erin: good morning on this monday, november 7. a bit chilly out there. seeing some temps in the 20's. but we are going to see some voting taking place later tonight in new hampshire. sean: starts at midnight. it looks like the forecast is looking good. kevin first, stories. with just one day to go before the election, both donald trump and president obama will be hitting the campaign trail here in new hampshire today. their visits come just one day after the fbi director announced that the investigation into hillary clinton's email is over, and she will not face any charges. and as granite staters get ready to cast their ballots, local police say they will be stepping up security at polling places tomorrow. erin: and the weather is not going to be an impact tomorrow when it comes to people being
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wall-to-wall sunshine. are starting off in the 20's to lower 30's this morning. clear skies. just a little bit of valley forge in a few spots. temperature starting in the 20's to lower range of the 30's. with sunshine to light wind, we are talking 50's to even 60's tomorrow. sean: that is going to be -- erin: that is going to be great news signs at the polling places. we do want to check the roads for you this morning. here is a look at how things are moving 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: as you can see, interstate 93 is moving well in the southern part of the state. it looks that way on interstate 89 as you make your way from concord to the upper valley.
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i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. ,erin: in less than 24 hours, new hampshire voters will be heading to the polls to cast their ballots in the 2016 election. sean: as the count-down begins, the presidential candidates and their supporters are keeping their focus on the granite state. today, both donald trump and president obama will be campaigning in new hampshire. ray brewer joins us live in the studio now with the details. ray? ray: that is right, sean. just one day before holding a rally here in new hampshire, while president obama campaigns on behalf of hillary clinton. trump's rally begins at eight -- 8:00 tonight at the snhu arena on elm street in manchester. his running mate, mike pence, will also be at the rally. while president obama will be speaking at the unh whittemore center in durham. the doors open at 12:30, and the event starts at 3:00. because of these high profile visits, there will be increased security around manchester and unh. officer: we, state police, need
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with -- in getting the high level dignitaries to where they need to be safely, and while they're there. so it is an inconvenience to the public. we recognize that. ray: state police say roads near trump and obama's events may be shut down today, and they're asking for your patience. in the studio, ray brewer, wmur news 9. erin: all right, ray. and hillary clinton paid a visit to new hampshire yesterday. her trip came as fbi director james comey announced that the agency's probe into clinton's emails is now over. yesterday saying the review has not changed the agency's position on clinton's private email server, meaning she will not face criminal charges. clinton held a rally at the radisson hotel in manchester last night. james taylor joined her on stage. clinton says that after tuesday, the country will need healing and reconciliation. but before that, she needs votes. mrs. clinton: i'm asking for the
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independents in this election. [applause] erin: more than 3100 people attended clinton's final rally in new hampshire ahead of the election. sean: donald trump's running mate, mike pence, was also in new hampshire yesterday. the republican vice presidential nominee rallied volunteers at a campaign office in windham. mr. pence: it is time to come home and elect donald trump as the next president of the united states of america. sean: during an interview with news 9, pence talked about the fbi's ance related to her emails, calling it, quote, "disappointing to million of americans." -- to millions of americans." again, pence and trump will be back on the campaign trail here in new hampshire today. erin: for granite staters, election season started back in 2014, and after two years of campaign visits, many say they are ready to exercise their right to vote, while others say they just want it all to be over. >> i think it is -- it is just
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system is set up, and this is how you can express your opinions, essentially. >> i think it is going to be close this year, so your vote matters. >> there has been so much going on with the media and going back and forth between two parties. so i just want to be over with it. >> i can't wait for tuesday. i can't wait. erin: election day begins before dawn tomorrow, with three towns conducting their traditional midnight votes -- dixvle notch, millsfield, and hart's location. and we'll bring you the results of the first ballots cast in new hampshire tomorrow morning on "daybreak." sean: and you'll probably notice increased security around polling places tomorrow, but not all of the safety measures will be visible. officials say undercover officers will also be out, and there will be extra people on the lookout for cyberattacks. officer: we'll have the same number of officers, just be more vigilant, i guess, because of the contentious nature of a
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occuring -- arguments, that type of thing. >> new hampshire is safest when public officials, state officials, federal officials, and the public all work together to keep our state safe, so see something, say something. sean: if you run into any trouble at the polls, special hotlines have been set up. you can reach them by calling either f the numbers on your screen. and before you head to the polls, stay tuned for a special election eve edition of news 9. many voters to choose between unpopular candidates, and we'll have live team coverage of the last-minute push for your votes. our "commitment 2016: the final hours" special starts at 7:00 tonight. erin: a man accused of shooting two people in manchester over the weekend is due in court today. 22-year-old michael sirois of chester is scheduled to be arraigned on charges including first-degree assault with a deadly weapon. early saturday morning, police say sirois was at a home on
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flag he thought was offensive. officers say sirois and another man, 21-year-old jason gerry, started physically fighting with one of the people at the home, when sirois allegedly shot the man, as well as a woman who was there. the man was taken to the hospital with multiple gunshot wounds. at last check, he was in stable but critical condition. the woman was shot in the leg and has since been released from the hospital. sirois is being held on $100,000 cash bail, pending his arraignment later today. and gerry was charged with second-degree assault in connection with the fight. he's also due in court today. sean: we could learn new details today about a stabbing in campton. police say a man was stabbed friday night on carla court. he was taken to the hospital with what appeared to be non-life-threatening injuries. police say the suspect was also injured, and was taken to the hospital. but at this time, there is no word on how he was hurt. authorities are not yet releasing the names of the victim or suspect. erin: ahead on "daybreak," a terrifying revelation in south carolina.
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killer. hear from the father of one of you are going to the men he's accused of murdering. sean: and nascar driver dale earnhardt junior is apparently doing some racing off the track. we'll tell you what happened after he was pulled over for speeding. kevin: colder air out their early this morning. you can see the warming trend back to the west eventually coming with it will be rain chances. i alone can fix it! bomb the [bleep] out of 'em. i'd like to punch him in the face.
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kevin: it is monday morning, november 7. a beautiful sunrise this morning, occurring an hour earlier than it was late last week. temperatures getting up into the 40's to lower 50's. comes with a light wind and a good deal of sunshine. warmer temperatures by a solid 10 degrees tomorrow. lk to cool things off through the end of the week. your forecast coming up. erin: we are following breaking news this morning. the first woman to serve as u.s. attorney general has passed away. janet reno died early this morning from complications of parkinson's disease. and according to her goddaughter, she spent her final days at home, surrounded by friends and family. reno was appointed as attorney general by former president bill clinton in 1993. she was 78 years old.
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south carolina is now linked to at least seven murders. erin: the investigation began last week, after a missing woman was found chained inside a metal container on todd kohlepp's property. authorities say she was kept there for two months. the body of her boyfriend was one of three bodies also found at the site. police say kohlhepp confessed to gunning down four people at a motorcycle shop back in 2003. he's now charged with four counts of murder. the arrest came as a big surprise to the victims' families. in the world. and from what we are hearing, this is really a bad, bad thing. and i hope to god that he does get what is coming to him. but i hope he is sorry for what he has done through all these years. erin: the fbi and homeland security are now involved in the case. sean: an investigation is underway this morning into a freak accident at a pumpkin chunkin' contest in delaware. state police say a 39-year-old
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launch pumpkins suddenly exploded. the competition involved dozens of contestants launching pumpkins from homemade contraptions, many of them air-powered with long cannons. a witness said one of the machines had just fired a pumpkin when a piece of the launcher about the size of a car door blew off. erin: the cdc says it has identified the first u.s. cases of a drug-resistant fungal infection. health officials say 13 people have become ill from candida or c-auris. the sometimes-fatal infection has a high likelihood of causing outbreaks in healthcare facilities. seven u.s. cases occurred between may of 2013 and august of this year in illinois, maryland, new york, and new jersey. four of the seven infected patients died, but it is not yet clear if their deaths were due to c-auris. the cdc director called the fungus an emerging threat, and reminded health care facilities to strictly follow cleaning procedures. sean: if you have a dehumidifier
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the consumer product safety commission has issued another recall of millions of dehumidifiers that can overheat and start a fire. the recall affects more than 3 million midea humidifiersthat -- humidifier's that were sold under dozens of brand names. you can find a complete list of recalled dehumidifiers by heading to midea's website. erin: officials in littleton, colorado are giving an explanation for why the city decided to use toilet paper to help fill cracks in the roads. according to "the denver post, the toilet paper was used to help seal up cracks along more than 120 streets. officials say the bathroom tissue was applied over freshly-laid tar because it absorbs the oil from the tar as it dries, keeping it from sticking to tires and pedestrians' shoes. [laughter] sean: which way did they unroll it? was it over the top or underneath? erin: oh dear. in sports, the celtics were back on the floor last night, hosting the denver nuggets at the
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horford, who's under concussion protocol. in the first quarter emmanuel mudiay took over the game early, hitting the jumper to put denver up by 13. mudiay had 24 points in the first quarter alone. he finished the game with 30 total. isaiah thomas led the celtics with 30 points, but denver ended up winning it 123-107. look at this. a lakers fan made quite the shot during sunday's game. the 27-year-old sunk the ball from half court, and won $35,000. erin: got some fist bumps as well. dale earnhardt junior ran into a bit of trouble while heading to the race track on sunday. he was pulled over for speeding ahead of the aaa texas 500. his fiancee was in the car with him, and says he got a written warning. she did not say how fast he was going. earnhardt junior stopped racing after experiencing concussion-like symptoms in july, but he still makes appearances at the track, and plans to be back behind the
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but, you know, maybe revving his engine for the time being. as for yesterday's sprint cup race, it was delayed for more than five hours because of rain. joey logano led the most laps, 178, and probably would have won -- but carl edwards was the leader on lap 294, when it started raining again. the race was called, and edwards won it, securing a spot in the final four. logano was second, followed by martin truex junior. sean: hundreds of people are resting up this morning after taking part in the manchester city marathon. about 1800 people participated in five different races, but the big race was the marathon itself, with 575 registered runners. the overall winner was dan vassallo of peabody, massachusetts, in a time of 2:23:59. brandon newbould of nottingham was the top new hampshire finisher.
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female. she was 19th overall. and the top new hampshire female was julia huffman of manchester. she was 34th overall. very fast runners. another person who took part in the marathon was our very own kevin skarupa. >> what is the forecast like? kevin: the forecast calls for pain. sean: i am sure i heard that in the wwe at some that was kevin point. at mile nine of the marathon. he is looking fine there. and here's a shot of him coming across the finish line. i would look a lot worse after 26.2. erin: if i slowed down like that, i do not think i would be able to get back going. kevin: that is the trick. at some point, you have to take in liquids. it is hard to do that while running. italy people can do that. sean: that is fast. it is like a sprint. kevin: the weather was ideal. i do not know about spectators,
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you ran in marathon yesterday and are here this morning. kevin: i am kind of here. my name is at the bottom of the screen and i am standing at the wall. i am here in pieces. i left some out there. we start with fair skies. 20's for most. lower 30's from manchester to the shoreline early on. what should be a nice day across the area. temperatures, relatively speaking, quite mild atop mount washington. given the 20's that morning, it is higher air moving into the eventually all of us feel by tomorrow afternoon, with temperatures in the 50's to lower 60's. light breeze. plenty of 40's to lower 50's. eventually, two systems. scattered showers on wednesday. cooler air coming behind that. a secondary front with maybe the risk of a shower on friday means even colder air by the time we get to the end of the week, and likely into next weekend. we started early this morning
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light wind, if anything, out of the north and northwest into the afternoon. high pressure in control for election day. the next system coming in tuesday night will mean a few showers by wednesday. temperatures 20's to lower 30's early this morning, around the freezing mark up the coast. a lot of 20's, even mid-20's in some of the sheltered valleys in central and southern new hampshire early this morning. and maybe as cold as 23, 22 degrees in parts of the north country. all in all, a seasonably chilly start to the day. sunshine and light winds into the afternoon. it gets warmer one hour quicker, with the sun coming up one hour earlier than last week area -- last week. this afternoon, a light wind. mid-20's to mid 30's again tonight. clear skies and light winds. wall-to-wall sunshine again tomorrow. temperatures will be about 10 degrees warmer than the highs today tomorrow. it comes with a light southwesterly breeze. clouds drift in later tuesday
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as quickly as sunrise on wednesday. looks like a couple of showers come through with this. mavs hinting that a lot of this activity will be in the morning hours on wednesday. a fairly scattered activity. that brings in the cooler air. temperatures in the lower 50's for thursday and friday. the secondary front does not come from the midwest. it comes from canada. that means colder air arriving for the end of the week. 30's up north are weekend for highs. 40's for southern areas. each day, that breeze of the northwest. not much wind out there today as we go back to either side of 50 in southern areas of the state and 40's up north. today, we drop back between 25 and 35 from north to south, with clear skies and north winds. a seasonably chilly night for us. here is your extended forecast. temperatures warm for election day. maybe as high as 62 or 63 in some spots.
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wednesday. it does not look like a washout. behind that, it is cooler. partly sunny skies thursday. the risk of a shower friday. i suspect scattered show -- scattered snow shower activity next weekend, with the northwest wind, for the white mountains and the great north woods. in central and southern areas, the occasional conversational flurries here and there. that is what we have been seeing. sean: for now. erin: the ice castles are returning to new hampshire this year. officials with the utah-based company that ces say they hope to open an acre-sized ice castle at the hobo railroad in lincoln by the end of december. the weather permitting. you can learn more about the castles by heading to the "escape outside" section of they are very cool to see. sean: we will see if the ice slide returns. it was fun. erin: we have good news for
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29th and 30th season. sean: the previous record was held by gunsmoke, which help 635 episodes. the simpsons started back in 1989. the executive producers say the team's new motto is "on to 60." i wonder what the water is like in springfield. erin: they never age. and all the doughnuts that homer eats. sean: he has not contracted or expanded. he is still the same. erin:
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new hampshire. trump is holding a rally at the snhu arena and president obama is campaigning on behalf of hillary clinton at unh in durham. erin: a deadly crash in ossipee is under investigation. two people were killed when cars collided yesterday morning. the victims' names have not been released. sean: a man accused of shooting to people in manchester is due in court today. be arraigned on charges including first-degree assault with a deadly weapon. police say he shot a man and a woman following an argument over a flag early saturday morning. both victims suffered nonlife threatening injuries. kevin: a chilly start to the day, but a good deal of sunshine which we will enjoy over the next couple of days. today, lighter winds, temperatures in the 40's to lower 50's. tomorrow, we jump a solid 10 degrees, which means 50's to lower 60's for election day. we start cooling off with a few
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day will eventually bring in colder air for next week. erin: great weather for voting. that is for sure. coming up next on "good morning america," they will have the latest on the breaking news we brought you this morning. janet reno, the first woman to serve as attorney general of the united states, passed away this morning at the age of 78.
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