tv News 9 Daybreak ABC October 15, 2015 6:00am-7:00am EDT
` `erin: a salem mother is accused `of overdosing on heroin in front `of her four-year-old daughter. `and the child ended up in the `hospital as well. `sean: to the state drugs are `facing criticism, but some say `he did not mean to cause `problems when he talked about `the job that jack wozniacki is `doing. `kevin: we cool off to the norms, `at least for the time being. `the big change arriving for the `weekend ahead. `erin: the deputy police chief `said he is don' t hero, but he `did save a man' s life and `actually revived him twice. `>> no one covers new hampshire `like we do. `now wmur 9 daybreak. `erin: good morning i' m erin `, fehlau. `sean: i' m sean mcdonald.
`we are going to get cooler and `cooler into the weekend. `kevin: today, a typical day for `mid-october where we start out `with temperatures in a lot of `areas in the 30' s and jump in of `the 30' s -- jump into the 50' s `and near 60. `a good ellis sunshine and a `breeze. `there are several weak systems `lined up and moving into `southern parts of canada over `the next few days. `mid and upper 20' s up north, `lower 40' s from manchester to `the coast with highs in the `lower 50' s -- upper 50' s to `lower 60' s. `clouds increase and a few `showers around tomorrow. `we will talk about that in just `a bit. `let' s take a look at your `thursday morning drive here in `the granite state, we' re joined `live by 95.7 wzid' s deb `davidson. `good morning, deb. `>> if you' re starting a morning `commute and heading to the upper `valley area, 89 northbound looks `great as you make your way `through the boat junction up to `concord and then up to and over `and lebanon. `coming into the central part of `the state from the lebanon and
`into the junction with 93. `93 south living well from the `tolls other way down to the `state line. `if you' re commuting on `eastbound, we are by and picking `up approaching 111. `one 11 eastbound is up to speed `approaching 93. `commuting into boston, the `volume is building in andover `and exits 45 and continuing down `to exit 35. `this report been brought to you `by peters honda, nissan, and kia `of nashua. `i' m deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. `sean: thank you. `a salem mother is accused of `overdosing on heroin in front of `her four-year-old daughter, and `police say it is a sign of just `how serious the epidemic has `become in this state. `erin: 31-year-old kari houlne is `charged with engandering the `welfare of a child. `wmur' s ray brewer is live in `salem this morning. `and, ray, the child was taken to `the hospital, right? `ray: that' s right, erin.
`to the hospital to be treated `for a medical emergency, but `police do not think she actually `got into any of the drugs. `a call from a man on tuesday `afternoon calling from the la `quinta inn on keewaydin drive in `salem. `initially he said kari houlne `was unconscious and not `breathing, but then said he gave `her narcan and revived her. `when officers arrived at the `hotel room, no one was in the `room, but they did find evidence `heroin use including needles, `, spoons, and cotton balls along `with some empty narcan bottles. `police found houlne, her `daughter, and the caller nearby `on stiles road. `>> the female did admit that she `had injected heroin and she had `overdosed. `the man admitted that he had `administered the narcan on her, `and they both admitted that the `child was in the room when this `was going on. `ray: houlne is free on bail this `morning. `she is scheduled to be arraigned `on a charge of endangering the `welfare of a child late next `month. `her daughter was treated at the `hospital and is now staying with `family.
`reporting live in salem, ray `brewer, wmur news 9. `sean: the president of the new `hampshire medical society says `he did not mean to ignite a `political firestorm when he made `comments about the state' s drug `czar. `dr. lukas kolm told foster' s `daily democrat on sunday that `jack wozmak hasn' t reached out `to physicians, but that doctors `could try reaching out to him. `that prompted one state senator `to call on governor maggie `hassan to fire wozmak, who also `faced questions this summer `about communication with top law `enforcement officials. `dr. kolm says he did not expect `his comments to spark `controversy. `>> the medical society, myself, s `involved in this only welcomes `more partnership from anybody `who has a titled position, or `those who are part of a `committee that are as eager and `passionate for the circumstances `to have clearer ways of `resolution to meet together. `sean: dr. kolm says politics
`play as small a role as possible `in the state' s response to the `opioid crisis. `erin: concord police have caught `the man they say robbed a `convenience store at gunpoint. `officers say 39-year-old john `conkle entered the irving `mainway monday night showed the `clerk a gun tucked into his `, pants and grabbed some cash `from the register. `several officers recognized `conkle after reviewing `surveillance video and tracked `him down yesterday morning still `wearing some of the same clothes `seen on the video. `bow police are looking for the `person responsible for a series `of commercial burglaries along `river road. `you can see the suspect in these `brief clips from surveillance. `officer said the person broke `into businesses in the span of `four two hours and tried to `break into another. `in cash was taken from one of `$2000 the businesses. `a manchester man faces several `charges after police say the `sewage tank on his camper `trailer spilled onto a trooper' s
`police say someone reported that `the truck and trailer was `swerving all over the place and `the sewer tank failed when a `trooper pulled him over. `sean: two lawsuits have been `filed against the town of new `durham, as well as the chair and `vice-chair of the selectboard. `five residents representing a `group of 600 petitioners are `asking a strafford county judge `to invalidate the board' s vote `in july to fire police chief `shawn bernier. `their allegations include a `conflict of interest. `in a separate suit, they are `asking a judge to throw out a `vote in april that actually `reinstated the town' s fire `chief. `erin: two local school `principals are earning national `honors for their efforts in `building and sustaining strong `schools. `anna parrill of the soule school `in salem and paula `southard-stevens of charlestown `middle school have been named `2015 national distinguished `principals. `only 59 principals earned that `designation this year they will `be honored tomorrow at an awards `banquet in washington d.c.. `-- washington, d.c.
`sean: still to come on newsnine `daybreak this may not look like `, a courtroom or a classroom, `but the state supreme court `justices are offering students a `special chance to learn all `about the judicial system. `erin: the ski jump at plymouth `high school is no more this `morning but supporters are `, facing a deadline to get a new `job helped. `>> anywhere from 3 to 8 seconds `and it depends on the oyster, `too. `sean: and in the next half hour `a portsmouth chef is showing off `, impressive skills as one of `the best oyster shuckers around.
`eventually, we will see a lot of `that through the day which `actors making her wait in the `mid 50' s in the north country, `lower 60' s elsewhere -- with `temperatures making their way in `the mid-50' s in the north `country, lower 60' s elsewhere. `erin: police are sworn to `protect and serve, and the `deputy chief in salem just `helped save a man' s life. `sean: deputy chief james chase `was leaving a private security `job at the rockingham racetrack `tuesday night when he found a `man unconscious and not `breathing. `chase believed the man was `having a heart attack and `started cpr. `he actually revived the man `twice before an ambulance `arrived, but says he is no hero. `>> i didn' t expect that. `it was pitch dark in a parking `lot. `you just kind of go into a `motion and do your job. `it' s a great feeling that it `actually worked and that he' s `actually going to recover `because when i woke up this `morning, i wasn' t sure if they `were going to say he was alive. `when the officer called me i was `like, wow. `i was happy to hear that he was
`sean: chase says the man may `need surgery, but he should be `ok. `erin: despite efforts to save `it, the ski jump at plymouth `high school came down yesterday. `crews destroyed the jump which `was built in after an engineer `1979, deemed it to be unsafe. `supporters have raised nearly `$50,000 thanks to a fundraiser `on facebook. `plymouth is set to host the `state jump meet in february, so `organizers are hoping a new jump `will be built by the end of the `year. `sean: students at bedford high `school got a very unique `learning opportunity yesterday. `the state supreme court set up `the bench at the school `auditorium as part of the `court' s on the road program. `since 2002, the justices have `held sessions at high schools `and colleges around the state. `providing students with a first `hand look at how the judicial `system works. `>> this is authentic learning at `its best. `it' s seeing what they' re `studying in the classes in
s seeing the judicial system `in process, and this is the kind `of thing that our kids talk `about with teachers in their `classrooms. `able to ask the justices and `lawyers questions, including `about law school and preparing `for a case. `made in our state are made by `the state supreme court. `to see that in person, really `need. `erin: coming up, the oyster `population has fallen to `dangerous lows but researchers `at unh are helping change that `thanks to some special `babysitters. `sean: get your skis ready. `find out when one new england `ski resort plans to open for the
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`the official announcement is `expected this morning from the `white house. `the move contradicts the `presidents previous promise to `end the war in afghanistan `during his time in office. `he had planned to pull out all `but a small embassy-based u.s. `military presence i the end of `next year, but now plans to keep `the current force of about 9800 `troops in afghanistan through `most of next year for drawing `down to about 5500. `erin: it is official, the cost `to hunt and fish in new `hampshire is going up. `the state fish and game `commission has approved raising `hunting and fishing license fees `for the first time in 12 years. `that means most licenses will `cost an extra $10 starting next `year. `and for the first time, people `68 and older will have to pay `for a license. `that fee will be $10. `by a vote of 7 to 3, the `commission is also moving `forward with plans to establish `a bobcat hunt in new hampshire. `under the current proposal, 50 `licenses would be issued through
`a lottery process. `a public turn on the proposal `will be scheduled so that `residents can weigh in further `before the commission takes a `final vote. `the under clement rate continues `to fall, but there are supplant `him jobs available. `-- sean: the unemployment rate `continues to fall, but there are `still plenty of jobs available. `from 10:00 until 2:00 am `offering a wide range of jobs, a `job there. `dole is recalling certain cases `of bagged spinach due to `concerns over possible `salmonella exposure. `the produce was distributed in `13 states, including `massachusetts and connecticut. `no illnesses have been reported. `the bags of spinach salad all `have an enjoy by date of october `15. `erin: researchers at unh are `leading an effort to restore new `england' s natural oyster `population. `the school has joined forces `with everyone from restaurants `to conservation experts to make `sure oysters survive. `experts say in some areas, the `population is just 10% of what `it was in the 1980' s.
`shells placing them in special `, tanks where oyster larvae can `attach. `the baby oysters are then cared `for in cages tied to docks until `they are ready to live on their `own. `fall foliage is still in peak `season, but some people are `already thinking about winter. `that' s right. `sunday river ski resort in maine `plans to open for the season on `monday. `that' s right, monday. `officials expect to open the `upper t2 trail. `thanks to cold overnight weather `recently, they have been able to `make some snow. `this is sunday river' s second `earliest opening in nearly 20 `years. `they' re getting the snow guns `going and hoping to open the `trail. ` kevin: a few of the natural `snowflakes coming this weekend. `sean: it is incredible what they
`kevin: this morning, we have `clear skies. `it is a chilly start compared to `the past few days as we have `dropped back into the 30' s, some `upper 20' s up north, still `around 40 around manchester. `highs between 54 and 62. `a blend of sunshine this morning `and a few high clouds this `afternoon. `the cooling trend continues with `several other disturbances. `no all day rain falls expected, `but they are going to continue `to knock temperatures back. `a couple of showers tomorrow and `possibly early saturday morning. `form. `we start off this morning with `clear skies, few high clouds `drifting in from the north and `west this afternoon. `this is our next disturbance, `which moves through overnight `tonight and early tomorrow. `the next one arrives early on `saturday. `each of these brings down a `little bit cooler air. `19 a top mount washington, upper `20' s in the north country and `lower 40' s for manchester to the `shoreline, but a lot of areas
`the state are near the freezing `mark. `it looks like by sunday night `a lot of 20' s on the map to `start the day. `temperatures today, 54 to 62, a `light breeze out of the `southwest. `working an overnight. `a couple of showers are a `tomorrow morning, then that `north country where the clouds `maybe more stubborn tomorrow `afternoon. `similar highs tomorrow, 50' s to `the lower 60' s. `the next system that arrives `sometime later friday night, `maybe just cold enough that `falls is either a mixture of `rain and snow showers in central `parts of the state or even light `snow through the northern parts `of maine. `that will rotate through. `we will get back to the sunshine `saturday afternoon and enjoy. `time by sunday. `by then, the winds have picked `up in the coldest of the air `continues to rotate through. `highs in sunday monday likely
`and that will be with full `sunshine. `a pretty good wind on sunday. `for the next couple of days, `temperatures close to average. `once we get behind the colder `air, we start to warm up again. `the winds turn southwesterly on `tuesday. `after another chilly start `tuesday morning, we get back `there 60 the afternoon. `it looks like temperatures will `be warmer and the day on `wednesday. `could even be warmer than that `ahead of a front that arrives on `thursday. `kind of a up-and-down `temperature forecast. `it will be a cool day saturday `with that chance of a couple of `mixed showers early. `sunday, full sunshine, a high in `southern areas only in the mid `to upper 40' s. `erin: and chances for flurries `in the saturday morning? `kevin: in the northern half of `the state, the best chance. `erin: send us your pictures of `you see the snow. `sean: and i will send pictures `of my sweater vest one seconds `out. `let'
s ray brewer. `ray: a mother has been arrested `after allegedly shooting up `heroin in front of her `four-year-old daughter. `she faces charges of endangering `the welfare of a child. `the four-year-old grow was taken `to the hospital to be treated `for medical emergency, but `police do not think she actually `got into any of the drugs. `a man had called police and said `the woman was unconscious and `operating within said he gave `her desk but then said he gave `her narcan to revive her. `sean: police in bow are looking `for the person responsible for a `series of commercial break-ins. `officers say someone broke into `four businesses along river road `in the span of two hours and `tried to break into a fifth. `concord police have caught the `man they say robbed a `convenience store at gunpoint. `officers say 39-year-old john `conkle entered the irving `mainway monday night showed the `clerk a gun tucked into his `pants and grabbed some cash from `, the register. `erin: coming up on daybreak, `what do you get when you combine `a 2000-pound pumpkin with 200 `pounds of candy and a crane?
`fun. ` sean: go big or go home. `organizers of a festival in `minnesota put a massive pumpkin `to good use. `erin: they took a 2000-pound `pumpkin, filled it 100 feet into `. `as you might imagine, the `pumpkin smashed into a huge mess `and hundreds of kids raced `through the goo to collect the `candy. `they had to have been covered `with all of that pumpkin mess. `sean: all of these stringy `stuff. `erin: the moms may have been, `this may not have been the best `idea. `sean: but it looked fun. `a couple of news anchors in
`surprise during their show. `take a look. `>> so they get scared if they `deal threatened. `they will shoot out spray and he `can shoot up about -- `>>oh! `erin: better them than us, `right? know, the skunk did not `spray them. `they were interviewing an animal `handler who brought in a skunk `and a carefully placed water gun `to spray the anchors. `i love how the male anchor is `out of here, see you later, `lady. `sean: i would never do something `like that. `a brave lady right there. `wow. `erin: that is why we don' t have `skunks brought in an daybreak. `sean: it is in my contract. `coming up in the next half hour, `a popular store in sunapee is `back open this morning nearly a `year after flames swept through `jake'
to get it done. @ new day independent media` committee, inc. @ is responsible for the content` of this advertising. `>> no one covers new hampshire `like we do. `now wmur 9 daybreak. `sean: october 15, a live look at `the port city waiting for the `center ice, 42 degrees. `some parts of the state in the `30' s. `a chilly start. `chilly weather is the theme of `the next few days. `erin: a beautiful sunrise. `let' s get right to our top `stories. `a salem woman was arrested `tuesday after police say she `overdosed on heroin in front of `her four-year-old child. `the mother now faces child `endangerment charges and is out `on bail. `a restaurant in northwood was `heavily damaged due to a `three-alarm fire. `ma' s and mine opened about a `year ago. `the cause of the fire is now
`under investigation. `franklin officials have decided `not to enforce a curfew on `juveniles under 16. `this just a month after the city `voted to reinstate the curfew. `kevin: i see your portsmouth `sunrise and raise you -- `sean: look at that. `i need to transport myself out `there right now. `kevin: ocean temperature is 56, `if you feel so inclined. `sean: ok, i will look at it. `kevin: we start off with the `sunshine and it is going to be a `really nice mid autumn day with `temperatures in the upper 20' s `and lower 40' s. `everyone leveling off in the `50' s to near 60, right where we `should be for this time of year. `in other cold front arrives `later tomorrow. `that eventually signals a brisk `weekend. `sean: soon enough, we will be `breaking -- scraping ice off our `windshield. `this is a live look at i have a `from our common man camera in `93 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. `>> good morning. `right now traffic is moving `wealth of the state on 93 `southbound and northbound, no `problems at all. `we' re seeing pockets of heavy `congestion on the everett `turnpike southbound just as you `make your way past the bedford `tolls. `we are seeing congestion `building through the lane drops, `and then all the way down to `exit 12. `101a is going to slowing down at `111 and the whole area is a `little bit more congested than `normal as it merges with route 3 `north and 111 eastbound. `the other big trouble spot this `morning is on 93 south in `massachusetts heading into `boston. `we are seeing very heavy volume `just north of the 95 connector, `so that is starting at exit 41 `and doesn' t ease out until you `hit exit 37. `this reporting brought you by `peters honda, nissan, and kia of `nashua. `i' m deb davidson for 95.7 wzid.
`>> it just goes to show you how `serious this heroin epidemic is. `erin: a salem mother arrested `after overdosing in front of her `four-year-old daughter out on `bail this morning. `sean: police say that `31-year-old kari houlne shot up, `passed out, and stopped `breathing all in front of her `young child. `police later arrested the salem `mom, but it was her daughter who `was taken to a hospital. `erin: wmur' s ray brewer has our `top story from the salem police `department. `ray: good morning. `kari houlne is facing a child `endangerment charge and her `daughter is staying with family `. `the four-year-old was taken to `the hospital for a medical `emergency, which police say they `don' t believe was caused by the `exposure to the heroin. `however, they do say the young `child was in the room as her `mother shot up at a salem hotel. `it' s a scary thought. `we are seeing it a lot more
`ray: salem police say a man `called them from the la quinta `hotel on keewaydin drive around `2:00 tuesday afternoon. `31-year-old kari houlne had `allegedly shot up heroin, passed `out, and stopped breathing. `houlne' s four-year-old daughter `was in the room. `>> it just goes to show you how `serious this heroin epidemic is. `that even while she' s supposed `to be taking care of her child, `the illness and the addiction `just took over. `he gave houlne narcan and `reversed her overdose. `police rushed to the hotel but `no one was in the room. `dolan says what they did find `was evidence of heroin use. `>> needles, cotton balls, spoons `-- it looked like they were `using heroin in the room. `we also found the discharged, `empty narcan unit on the `windowsill.
`houlne, her daughter, and the `road. `>> the female did admit that she `had injected heroin and she had `overdosed. `the man admitted that he had `administered the narcan on her, `and they both admitted that the `child was in the room when this `was going on. `ray: houlne is out on bail this `morning and will be arraigned in `late november. `live in salem, ray brewer, wmur `news 9. `erin: a laconia man is being `held this morning for breaking `his bail conditions. `this after gilford police say he `admitted to trying to break into `the same home twice in one day. `44-year-old jameson cyr was `taken into custody outside of a `home on hoyt road sunday. `he was later released on bail `but a few hours later, cyr went `, back to the police department, `said he' d broken into the same `home and asked for help getting `, into rehab. `sean: the third person involved `with the murder of a woman in `exeter in 2013 has been `sentenced. `michelle corson pleaded guilty `to charges of conspiracy to `commit murder and another charge `yesterday, and was sentenced to
`15 to 30 years in prison. `amanda amy warf was found with `her throat slashed and her body `burned in an abandoned concrete `factory. `the victim' s ex-husband aaron `desjardins is serving a life `sentence for first degree `murder. `the victim' s mother talked about `the family' s heartache during `corson' s hearing. `>> forever we will love and `cherish her memory. `and forever we will wish that `you had the courage to make that `phone call. `forever we will wonder, what if? `and forever we will remember, `was it worth it, michelle? `sean: corson said nothing `yesterday in court and warf' s `family chose not to comment `after the hearing. `heavy fire at a northwood `restaurant yesterday the owners `say everything inside was `completely destroyed. `the blaze at ma' s and mine off `route 4 happen just before 5:00 `p.m. `local firefighters managed to `knock it down pretty quickly.
`the building was all clear. `nobody was present in the `building at the time the fire `started. `sean: the cause is under `investigation, but does not `appear to be suspicious. `the owner says they hope to be `back in business as soon as `possible. `erin: in january, a huge fire `destroyed jake' s market in `sunapee. `now the owners have rebuilt and `are getting ready to reopen. `this was the scene nine months `ago. `investigators were not able to `find the exact cause of the `fire, but say it was not `suspicious. `from that day, the process to `rebuild the convenience store on `route 11 began. `before jake' s market took over `in 2008, the building was home `to the georges mills and general `store for more than two decades. `the goal was to keep as much `character as possible. `>> tried to keep it looking like `a barn as much as possible, put `in some beams -- we just tried `to do as much as we could so `what was coming back. s market tells us the store
`customers by friday. `a big time-related change for `franklin. `the city will no longer enforce `its juvenile curfew. `this after the aclu raised `constitutional concerns. `the curfew applied to anyone `under the age of 16. `they had to be off the streets `by 9:00 sunday through thursday `night and by 11:00 on the `weekend. `the aclu says parents and `guardians are in the best `position to know when children `should be home, not the `government. `sean: now here' s a story that `makes you say, awww shucks. `when it comes to oysters, chris `buxton is one of the best in new `hampshire. `erin: buxton, from surf `restaurant in portsmouth, will `put his skills to the test at `the national oyster shucking `championship in maryland this `weekend. `the newmarket man actually `qualified at a maine competition `by shucking a dozen oysters in `he' ll have to shuck two dozen in `the national contest with a trip `to the internationals in ireland `on the line. `>> it' s all about technique, `speed, skill. `i'
ve had a lot of practice. `i' ve shucked probably more than `100,000 oysters, and i keep `working to try to improve my `shucking ability. `erin: i love it. `jeff odess from franklin oyster `house in portsmouth. `he also qualified for the `national competition. `so we have two guys were going `to be competing in that. `to do. `erin: and to do it so quickly. `sean: i guess if you have done a `100,000 coming get pretty good. `still to come the latest on that `, outage that affected airports `nationwide. `what customs officials are `saying this morning. `erin: quick, think fast. `what' s one things pennsylvania, `texas, and new hampshire have in `common? `start guessing. `we will tell you the answer just `ahead. `kevin: gradually cooler air in `time for the weekend. `we will have details coming up. `you'
`kevin: we start off with a `beautiful sunrise along the `coast. `42 degrees. `one of the last holdouts in the `40' s. `a lot of 30' s and 20' s on the `map. `highs in the 50' s to lower 60' s. `sunshine through midafternoon `before high clouds move in late. `the son of the neck system `approaching and the cooldown for `the weekend. `details coming up. `-- a sign of the next system `approaching the cold him for the `weekend. `details coming up. `erin: president obama will `announce today he has extended `the u.s. mission in afghanistan. `the commander-in-chief plans to `keep 5500 troops in the country `after 2016. `the president had planned to `pull out troops but in of the `year, only leaving a small `presence at the u.s. embassy `post up close to 10,000 troops `are currently in afghanistan. `as violence escalates in the `middle east, the state `department is quickly putting `together a plan for secretary of `state john kerry to go and `visit.
`dead since last week. `over two-dozen palestinians have `been killed in clashes with `israeli forces. `the state department says kerry `was planning to visit europe `this weekend, the side-trip to `the mideast was added because of `the attacks. `kerry is expected to meet `privately with both israeli and `palestinian leaders. `this morning, customs computers `are back online after causing `major delays at airports `airport. `the outage itself lasted 90 `minutes. `officials say a computer system `that checks airline passengers' `names against the federal terror `watch list experienced problems. `airports dealt with long lines `while the system was down. `the u.s. customs and border `patrol agency says there' s no `indication the glitch was `malicious. `sean: it looks like texas, `pennsylvania, the granite state `will be the stomping grounds for `the 2016 candidates today.
`bernie sanders. `and it looks like first in the `nation voters may be hearing `about new policies from the john `kasich camp. `nikole killion has more. `nikole: bernie sanders wraps up `a west coast visit with a taped `appearance on the ellen `degeneres show while hillary `clinton heads down to san `antonio, texas. `>> i' m feeling really lucky in `las vegas. `nikole killion: a rally with `latinos. `also capitalizing off his `performance, bernie sanders at a `fundraiser in los angeles. s `million. `nikole: now getting the `attention of donald trump. `socialist/communist, because `that is what he is. `>> the american people are sick `and tired of hearing about your
`nikole: this moment drawing in a `record 15 million viewers. `>> i was proud -- i thought they `all did well. `nikole: some say clinton and `sanders strong showing may make `it harder for vice president joe `biden to announce. `>> in retrospect, it clearly `hurts him and hurts his `prospects. `nikole: the vice president won' t `say when he will make a decision `, but insiders claim the main `factor is still his family. `sean: switch into sports, tough `injury news for the patriots. `they will be without their big, `starting left tackle for the `rest of the season, nate solder. `he has a torn right biceps `muscle. `it will be a big hole for the `pats to fill. `protecting tom brady' s back. `fans who stayed up to watch the `team take on the avalanche in `the b' s looking for their first `win of the season and certainly
`erin: cubs fans are paying top `dollar to watch their team try `to make it to the world series `for the first time since 1945. `tickets to the cubs home playoff `games were listed for a record `average of more than the most `$1300. `expensive cubs ticket now listed `is a first-row box seat in the `that' s nearly twice the previous `record set for a league `championship. `the cheapest ticket is a $500 `upper deck ticket for game 3. `the cubs last won the world `series in 1908. `that' s the longest drought in `sports history. `which is why these tickets are `going to cost you a pretty `penny. `sean: for $12,000, do you get `free popcorn? `erin: i don' t think so. `it is going to cost you at least `$20. `kevin: in this is just the final `four teams, not even the world `series. `erin: if they make it, it is
`kevin: starting off this morning `with a beautiful look outside. `upper teens early this morning `with clear skies, down where `most of us live below 6000 feet, `you have the clear skies in the `northeast kingdom of vermont `with temperatures in the upper `20' s and lower 30' s. `littleton, upper range of the `20' s there. `still near 40 from manchester to `the seacoast, but a lot of 30' s `in between. `a good deal of sunshine for us `through the day today, high `clouds back to the west will `start drifting in later this `afternoon ahead of this week `disturbance which starts to `glide through overnight tonight `with a chance of a passing `shower. `temperatures starting off, a a `lot of 30' s on the map early `this morning, near 40 at the `coast. `temperatures down to the `freezing mark inland. `londonderry, 32. `33 in marlborough early this `morning. `into the lakes region, near 40
`at the big lake. `you get to the outlying areas, `33 and then mary and upper 20' s `up into the north country with `clear skies. `high temperatures today anywhere `from the mid-50' s and parts of `call is county to lower 60' s `elsewhere. `very close to where we should be `for this time of year with `sunshine. `tomorrow, it will at least out `with a couple of showers that `move in overnight, and then `those clouds and scattered `showers give way to partial `sunshine away from the mountains `tomorrow afternoon. `50' s to lower 60' s. `reinforcing shot of cooler, `drier starts to make its way in `early on saturday. `counsel start increasing friday `night. `maybe just cold enough we start `a little light snow, a couple of `makes showers and central areas `of the state initially. `maybe a few flurries, but that `will eventually pull away `saturday afternoon. `it sets up clearing skies for `the remainder of the weekend. `that will lead us to the colder `temperatures as well. `high temperatures sunday with
`sunshine and a pretty good win. `monday, sunshine and a lighter `when. `likely don' t get out of the 40' s `after lows in the 20' s across a `good part of the state. `high temperatures today, lower `60' s. `sunshine this morning, a few `clouds this afternoon. `skewing cooler, even tomorrow `after lows tonight drop back `into the 30' s to lower 40' s. `it will be with a couple of `showers around early tomorrow `morning. `that should give way to sunshine `into the afternoon. `you will see anywhere from the `mid-40' s to mid 50' s from north `to south on saturday, a couple `of mixed showers. `a little bit of a light coating `of snow a possibility and a few `scattered spots. `from there, temperatures working `our way backward only into the `40' s for-sunday with sunshine `and gusty winds and monday, `light wind and a great deal of `sunshine before another quick `temperature turnaround the `middle of next week. `a big thank you to the `fifth-graders at the henry w `moore school for inviting me to
`another one of those talks where `i felt like it was merely `review. `they had great questions. `you will notice -- `erin: i like that. `kevin: this guy has better hair `than me. `erin: look in the camera right `here, kevin. `kevin: we named jim henry. `-- we named him henry. `erin: there will be no more `tipping at 13 restaurants in new `york city. `the owner of the restaurants, `which include union square cafe `and gramercy tavern, says he `will raise prices instead. `he hopes this will create a fair `wage system for employees, who `won' t have to rely on tips. `he says tipping isn' t fair to `some restaurant employees who `don' t share in tips, like `kitchen staff. `sean: i bust tables for many `summer and we used to share the `tips. `erin: well, one church offered a
`big tip to demonstrate a lesson `about generosity. `sean: this ohio congregation `ordered a pizza during a service `and told the delivery driver to `bring it right up to the pastor. `after paying the $6 bill, what `he did next brought the woman to `tears. `erin: he offered a tip of $1046. `the church had just finished a `series on kindness. `sean: what a neat way to do it. `erin: time for our ulocal hot `shot photo. `check out this bald eagle. `we love to see your pictures.
`erin: updating our top stories. `sean: a mother out on bail after `allegedly shooting her when and `front of her child. `ray: the 31-year-old mother `faces a child endangerment `charge. `her four-year-old daughter also `had to be taken to the hospital, `be treated for medical `emergency, but police say it was `not related to the heroin. `she is free on bail. `her daughter is living with
`family members. `sean: police are looking for the `person responsible for a series `of commercial break in. `officers say someone broke into `auto businesses along river road `in the span of two hours and try `to break into a fifth. `erin: the salem police deputy `chief help to save a man five `after giving him cpr. `deputy chief james chase as he `was leaving a private security `job at the racetrack overnight `when he found a man unconscious `and not breathing. `he managed to revive him twice `before responders -- first `responders arrived on the scene. `sean: franklin will no longer `enforce its juvenile court -- `curfew after a sale you raised `constitutional concerns. `kevin: we start off this morning `with a beautiful sunrise across `the area, temperatures, a lot of `30' s out there, some upper 20' s `up north, lower 40' s and `southeastern spots. `high temperatures where we `should be for this time of year. `tamara, the 10th of a shower `early and the cooler air
`arriving -- tomorrow, the chance `of a shower early and the cooler `air arriving. `when guests at 20 miles per hour `on sunday. `sean: you know the woodstoves `will get fired up over the `weekend. `coming up, "gma" the latest on `the tom brady scandal. `he is been talking about `coca-cola and sugar cereals. `erin: and the latest on the big `announcement coming from the `president today about troops in `afghanistan.