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sean: do you know who you are going to vote for next week? it seems many granite stater's don't. and it could mean unpredictable results. erin: donal hillary clinton, hillary clinton's campaign slamming the fbi. one week to go. kevin: a chilly start to november. how long this looks to last, ahead. >> is clearly is a safety concern. erin: the number of drunk drivers police are spotting in bedford and what officers are looking for. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do.
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books and welcome to november. sean: a great night. a little chilly but a beautiful start. kevin: we have set up a cold start to the day. 20's and 30's. we have clear skies across the area and that means a good deal of sunshine manchester, 30 but otherwise, 20's to start the day. 40's and 50's today with lighter weight. we will talk about rain chances coming up. but first, a look at your morning ride. >> good morning. we have a road closure en route
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where he pulled him down. crews are replacing wires and a pole. close between south main and route one a. it is also foggy as you make your way through 93. so look out for reduced visibility. in massachusetts, slow on route three from 495 down to trouble code road. kevin: we are now just one week from the elections but it seems the candidates still have a lot of work to do in order to secure votes. erin: according to our latest wmur granite state poll half of likely voters in new hampshire don't know yet who they will vote for in the governor's race and 40% haven't decided in the race for senate. wmur's ray brewer is live at saint anselm college this morning where our granite state debates start tonight giving voters one more chance to hear
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good morning, ray. ray: the first two debates will feature those races you just mentioned with all the undecided voters. the candidates for governor will be on stage tonight. with all those undecided voters , trying to predict the outcome will be very difficult. it also means the last few days are important. the presidential race is actually adding to the indecision. because there has been so much attention on the race for the white house many voters haven't put as much effort into learning about the local candidates. >> i'm going to wait until the last minute. >> we haven't made up our minds yet because we are still trying to do a bit of research. >> undecided voters at this point, often tend to be people who are less involved in politics on a regular basis, they don't pay quite as close attention to it on a daily basis. they may make a decision based on less information. ray: political analysts say there is a potential for more split voting this cycle meaning we could see more people vote for a mix of democrats and
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down the ballot for just one party. the bottom line. there is still a lot of work to do even though there is just a week away. erin: as ray mentioned, our granite state debates start tonight at 7:00 when the candidates for governor take centerstage. the u.s. senate candidates are up tomorrow followed by both congressional districts and you can watch then all right mobile app or facebook page. vermont senator bernie sanders is holding a "get out the vote" rally at plymouth state university and dartmouth college today, rallying support for both maggie hassan and hillary clinton. meanwhile a new report from the new york times suggests that donald trump's own lawyers were concerned about how he managed to avoid paying certain taxes. and clinton is dealing with the
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involving her private server. >> donald trump is hoping the fbi's investigation will propel him to a come-from-behind win . even taking on states like michigan where he continues to trail in the polls and even a week ago seemed entirely outside the realm of possibility. >> i think we hit the motherload. cracks donald trump campaigning in michigan sounded celebratory. liked you anthony. i never liked you but thank you very much. >> thanking weiner for his role in an alledged sexting scandal with an underage girl the computer he used, shared by his estranged wife, huma abedin, one of clinton's closest aides -- her emails found on this computer are what prompted the probe. clinton, sounding defiant. hillary clinton: there is no case here.
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even further. senator pat leahy, the ranking democrat on the judiciary committee saying the justice department's response to their questions for clarification was disappointing and inadequate and arguing that the timing of the fbi's announcement led to widespread confusion and unfair speculation. clinton campaign manager robby mook argued that the fbi director exhibited "blatant double standards, opposed to releasing information about the russian hacks so close to election day." sean: a 17-year-old boy from central maine accused of killing his parents is due in court today. an autopsy is also scheduled for today to determine exactly how alice and antonio balcer died. their bodies were found at their home in the town of winthrop, maine early yesterday morning their son was arrested a few hours later and charged with two counts of murder. police in bedford are stepping up patrols due to what the chief calls an alarming trend. officers arrested five drivers for drunk driving in town in the span of just 28 hours over the
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was just 17-years-old. and for the year dwi cases in bedford are up 40% from a year ago. >> that's an alarming increase here in town. as you know we had two fatal motor vehicle accidents back to back on july 29 and july 30 this year in bedford. as a result we instituted an intensive traffic enforcement program. sean: police are focusing more on identifying the signs of impaired driving including inconsistent speed weaving between the lines or even failing to signal for turns. and officers are reminding people to always have a designated driver or call someone for a ride if you have been dri erin: a federal judge says victims of a ponzi scheme in the western part of the state are owed nearly $23 million. prosecutors say aaron olson of rindge took the money from more than 80 investors. he is currently serving five years behind bars for tax evasion involving a ponzi scheme he ran from 2007 until 2012. >> he got their money. he invested some, but he kept a lot and through the course of the years none of his
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he was in the red all the time and he lied to his victims. erin: the judge did say that repayment should start right away, but it is unclear where the money will come from while olson remains in prison. shop -- sean: still to come on newsnine daybreak. brother to the rescue. a teenager in epping ran in to a burning building after realizing his little sister was still inside. erin: it appeaha man just payed to get a coveted number. sean: and in the next half hour police officers in lebanon will soon be wearing body cameras
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i served under president bush and obama. i fought the taliban. i was asked to form a global coalition to counter isil. when someone makes the comment that they know more about the islamic state or isil than do the generals, it implies a complete ignorance of the reality.
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the united states and to the american people. and i believe she understands how to wield american power to ultimately defeat this threat and to keep us safe. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. 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 to create clean energy jobs, protect affordable health care, and lower college costs and cut student debt. as governor, i'll stand up for you. >> tuesday morning, november 1. amateurs in the 20's and 30's.
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a lot of sunshine with temperatures either side of 50. we have the details on the rain in the forecast coming. sean: extra layers. an epping teenager is credited with saving his sister after running into a burning building to pull her to safety. erin: the fire broke out last week while julia hutchins was watching a movie with her three youngest children. they got out as soon as the smoke alarms went off but that's when they realized that 3-year-old melodi was missing. so 16-year-old brandon ran inside to look for his sister. >> i was just making guesses where things were and i didn't have my glasses on. i grabbed her and then i'll most filled on the stairs because of the smoke and it got me really dizzy. erin: everyone is safe this morning and firefighters were able to save the house. the hutchins hope to be able to move back in in about six months after repairs are made. sean: a good ending to that story. a lot of people pay a little extra money for a vanity license
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million. a property developer in dubai desperately wanted a single digit license plate for his rolls royce, and when the number "5" came up for auction, he bid high. he also paid just under $7 million last year for "9" to put on another rolls. he says he constantly gets stopped by people wanting to take a picture. erin: it isn't because of the license plate, it is because of the car. right? [laughter] sean: no, i've put in the bid of $8.5 million. erin: can you imagine having that kind of money? coming up, transit workers in one of the country's biggest money isn't the only concern. >> thanksgiving is less than a month away and now butterball is giving you another way to ask
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sean: one person is dead and at least five others hurt after a pipeline exploded in alabama yesterday. investigators say an excavator hit the pipeline, igniting the gasoline sending flames and smoke shooting high above the forest, officials built a dam to contain the burning fuel while they wait for it to burn out. this happened just a mile from where the line burst back in september, leaking around 300,000 gallons of gas. transit workers in philadelphia are officially on strike this morning, shutting down one of the largest public transportation systems in the country. the union announced the strike at midnight when contract talks failed to produce a new deal. beyond financial issues, there are also concerns over schedules, break time, and driver fatigue. there are also concerns this morning that if a deal is not reached quickly, the strike could prevent some people from voting next week. erin: iraqi special forces have now fought their way inside the
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this is the first time iraqi forces have been inside the city in over two years. the effort is a coordinated attack from the ground and from the air but the operation is expected to last for several more weeks. and international aid groups say isis may be using tens of thousands of children as human shields. sean: the parent company of bauer hockey equipment and bauer hockey equipment and easton baseball equipment has performance sports group, which is based in exeter, says it already has a buyer lined up. the sale is worth $575 million. the company says it plans to continue operations through bankruptcy proceedings and any sale. investigators say lobster trap wars in maine have cost fishermen hundreds of thousands of dollars, making it the worst they have seen in decades. officials say the problem seems to be centered in the midcoast area, where hundreds and hundreds of traps have been cut, and the problem is getting worse as fishermen fight over
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there is now a $15,000 reward for information. erin: thanksgiving is now just over three weeks away and that means it is time to start thinking about how to cook your turkey. for the first time, butterball will let people text their questions to the turkey hotline , instead of calling. the phone help line opens today, and you can start texting on november 17 and continue through thanksgiving day. with real pe o butterball says the most asked question has remained the same for 30 years -- how long does it take to thaw the turkey? hopefully yours will be thought. sean: can we wait until we consumed the halloween candy? erin: one halloween holiday to the next. kevin: how soon before restart
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answers? sean: i like where your head is at, then you could actually show them. "could you stay with me for the next five hours? " kevin: exactly. lighter wind after last night. there are a few areas of fog. of sunshine today. we get into the 50's. and milder day tomorrow. it looks like the rainfall is centered around thursday with cooler air on friday. so for most areas this morning, clear skies with a little bit of fog early this morning.
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areas later today. we will bring a rain chance in here on thursday. you will notice a warm spot early morning is a top mount washington. that eventually translates us milder air working its way in. you see the difference in readings. 10 degrees below where we were yesterday. we are 15 degrees cooler than this time yesterday morning. mount washington is feeling the milder air, relatively speaking, first. a much lighter wind today. so even with the lighter wind and similar temperatures, it will feel a lot better with the
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november 1 and there could be a stray shower overnight. the best chance of the shower is up north. clouds and partial sunshine with temperatures in the 50's and into the 60's. the system will approach on thursday. it will come in thursday afternoon and thursday that -- and thursday night. a cold start out the into the 40's and 50's with a lighter winds this afternoon. you will notice a huge difference despite the fact that we have huge similar temperatures. tomorrow, partial sunshine with rain likely on thursday. we continue to feed in cooler air looking ahead to next weekend. a lot of sentiment is expected with temperatures from the 40's to the 50's. as amazing as that is, that is where the average is for this
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daylight savings and this weekend. sunday. sean: and we plunge into the darkness, once again. let's check our top stories. here's ray brewer. ray: it appears there are a lot of of undecided voters out there. they will get help in making up their mind with the granite state debates here at and some college. the candidates for governor debate on stage tonight. important. analysts say the presidential race has actually added to the indecision because there is so much attention on the race for the white house that many voters haven't put as much effort into learning about the local candidates. sean: police in bedford are stepping up patrols because dwi arrests in town are up 40% this year compared to last year. that includes five arrests in just 28 hours over the weekend and officers say one driver was just 17-years-old. a federal judge has ordered a
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million he made using a ponzi scheme involving more than 80 investors. aaron olson is serving five years behind bars for tax fraud. erin: coming up on daybreak. sleeping with vampires. a brother and sister just got a
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would you tell them to be like donald trump? would you point to him as a role model? absolutely i would do that. like to punch him in the face. ahh, i don't know what i said. she ate like a pig. he's a war hero 'cause he was captured. i like people that weren't captured. i love war. yes, including with nukes. wrong. and shoot somebody. ahh, i don't remember. would you point to him as a role model? absolutely i would do that.
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sean: welcome back. a pilot for quantas airlines just started a trans-pacific flight as a single man and ended it engaged. erin: dooley ellis' girlfriend anna was on board his flight from melbourne, and during the flight, got on the intercom and introduced her. then he proposed in both english and spanish and walked down the
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sean: did she see that coming? you tell me. [laughter] there he sweet. there are many fun ways to celebrate halloween, but a brother and sister from canada just found a unique experience. erin: they won an international competition to spend the night at the transylvanian castle in romania that inspired the dracula legend. it is the first time in 70 years anyone has spent the night there meal described in bram stoker's classic horror novel and then slept in red velvet lined coffins. sean: how well did you sleep? erin: wow, what an experience. sean: coming up in the next half hour -- oreo concerns. find out why some of milk's favorite cookies are being
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what's kelly ayotte costing you? you're paying more for prescription medicines. kelly ayotte blocked lower cost generic drugs.
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es. 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. she's not working for new hampshire. robert kearney: i fought for my country in kosovo and iraq, and i've been a republican all my life. but i'm the father of three girls. i can't stand hearing donald trump call women pigs, dogs, and bimbos...and i sure want my girls to grow up proud and strong, in a nation where they're valued and respected. donald trump's america is not the country i fought for. so, i'm voting for hillary clinton. hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. ben hassan is my older brother. he is so funny, and so smart, and my best friend. all families have challenges, and my mom instilled in us very early on
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and working really hard with your community to get things done. and she made it possible for ben and for me to have a family just like any other family. that's part of the reason that she got involved in public service, because that's what's in her heart... and mom's still that way today. i'm maggie hassan
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 daybreak. sean: i think part of our demographic is sleeping this morning. the ghosts and the goblins are snoozing. today? teachers. poor teachers. sean: yes, getting kids to pay attention today. erin: let's get to your top stories. with just one week to go before the election, a new wmur-granite state poll shows that many new hampshire voters remain undecided on key local races. the new hampshire community college system has fallen victim to fraud. it says it lost $130,000 to a fake organization and is now
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in bow after officials say two workers were injured in accident at the construction site for the new public safety complex. sean: sleep or a candy coma. kevin: a candy coma. you think i would shy away from a school visit today but sure enough i am going into the valley of the beast. sunshine with 40's and low 50's. just about exactly where we should be for this time of year. the daily intake of re-seize peanut butter cups went up by 200% yesterday. i was responsible for half of that. let's check on the roads this morning. here's a live look at i-93 from our common man camera in windham. 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.
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with on 393 and 93. that is through concord so be alert during that area with visibility. root 286 is closed between south main and route one a as their art -- as there are a downed pull and wires in that area. this report is being brought to you by minuteman health. i'm deb davidson. for 95.7 wzid. sean: in just one week from today, granite staters will be heading to the polls to cast their ballots in the election. erin: the final week of campaigning will be crucial for candidates locked in close races. especially with many voters still undecided as to who they will vote for. the latest wmur granite state poll shows that 40% of likely voters have not made a final decision in the u.s. senate race. 50% say they're still making up their minds in new hampshire's race for governor.
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could make a final decision as -- final decision. sean: as we kick off our granite state debates. ray brewer joins us live now at saint anselm college, where those debates are taking place. rate: if new hampshire voters haven't made a decision by now, analysts say they could side with the party they associate with, or even just go with a gut feeling on election day. with polls opening a week from today, voters are running out of time to make up their minds in some key races. >> i'm going to wait until the very last minute, the last day. minds yet because we're still trying to do a bit of research. ray: the latest wmur granite state poll shows a close race for senate here in new hampshire. democrat maggie hassan is leading republican kelly ayotte, 44% to 43%. but among likely voters who were polled 40% haven't made their final decision. in the governor's race, even more likely voters 50% haven't made their final decision. the poll shows democrat colin
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>> i think i would look for a candidate that's backing the presidential candidates no matter what their party affiliate is. i think they should be going with their party affiliate. >> but then every day you hear something different, so it kind of swings me around a little bit. >> because of the presidential race political anyalysts say granite staters might be less familiar with local candidates and could be unpredictable next tuesday. >> undecided voters at this point, often tend to be people who are less involved in politics on a regular basis,th attention to it on a daily basis. they may make a decision based on less information. that final weekend and kind of just the sort of general feeling about whether one candidate has momentum could make the difference. >> political analysts also say we could see more people vote for a mix of democrats and republicans rather than voting down the ballot for just one party. the candidates in our local races have another chance to sway voters when they face off in our granite state debates. tonight the candidates for
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followed by the senate candidates tomorrow and both congressional districts on thursday and friday. all of the debates begin at 7:00 here at saint anselm college. you can watch them live on wmur or on our website or mobile app. live in manchester, ray brewer, wmur news 9. erin: the new hampshire community college system is working with police to recover $130,000 it lost to wire fraud. a spokeswoman says the college system was making payments on a project by check. but it was recently asked to pay through an electronic funds transfer instead. the system was told that the funds would be paid through an organization called automated clearing house. but it later discovered that the organization is a fraud and the funds never made it to the vendor. sean: work is expected to resume today at a construction site in
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the men were working at the new public safety complex project, when a roof support came crashing down. town officials say the workers were installing wooden roof trusses when one buckled, bowed and fell on them knocking them to the ground. the men were taken to concord hospital with serious, but non life threatening injuries. >> one had a broken leg and ankle and the other one had a mild concussion. a couple of stitches and bruised his elbow. sean: osha is now investigating the accident. the construction project is set to be complete early next year. erin: a big change is coming to the lebanon police department. a private donor is footing a hefty bill, to make sure the city's police officers are equipped with body cameras. the total cost is about $18,000 for body cameras and the 10 necessary accessories. as well as training. chief richard mello says it's one of the most generous gifts the department has ever received. he says the donor is a longtime lebanon resident who was
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>> she certainly pays attention to what is going on nationally with law enforcement and some of the issues with body cameras and not having body cameras. she felt it was an important amount of technology we should have. erin: lebanon police will be wearing the body cameras within the next couple of months. sean: ever wonder which countries could fisi recently set out to answer the question. that if new hampshire was a storage unit, what countries could you fit inside of it? it says new hampshire is the fifth smallest state but it's also larger than dozens of countries. the website says countries that would fit inside the granite state include belize, israel, kuwait, jamaica, montenegro and swaziland. i know you have been wondering
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erin: some people are happy to hear that? you know. coming up on daybreak, a unique way to remember your loved ones. we'll tell you about a company that turns human ashes into diamonds. sean: plus, england's new pound is causing some issues before it even starts circulating. found out why the coin is already causing headaches for some businesses. kevin: a cold start to the day and the month of november but a warming trend is setting up as
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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. that's the key difference in this race. frank guinta. he's on our side.
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would you tell them to be like donald trump? would you point to him as a role model? absolutely i would do that. like to punch him in the face. ahh, i don't know what i said. she ate like a pig. he's a war hero 'cause he was captured. i like people that weren't captured.
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ahh, i don't remember. would you point to him as a role model? absolutely i would do that. and you can tell them... to go [bleep] themselves. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. kevin: even at the coast we are into the 20's this morning. a cold start to the day but we warm up nicely and a good deal of sunshine. 40's and 50's this afternoon and warmer tomorrow ahead of a next system with a range chance on thursday. sean: a new wmur-granite state poll shows that the race for the white house is tightening. the poll shows hillary clinton with a seven point lead over donald trump. if the election was held today , libertarian gary johnson would have 6% of the votes and green
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would have 1%. -- green party candidate jill stein would have 1%. as the election approaches, clinton is playing defense against a new email inquiry, while trump tries to capitalize off it. nikole killion is live in washington this morning with the latest on the ongoing investigation. >> good morning. hillary clinton heads to florida today still trying to brush off the unwanted scrutiny. clinton addressed the new fbi probe in connection with her email server. in ohio, she said "there is no the justice department pledged a prompt review, as federal agents began searching through thousands of emails belonging to clinton's longtime aide, huma abedin. the white house weighed in on the case for the first time, saying the president does not believe the fbi director is trying to influence the outcome of the election by publicizing the probe. meantime, donald trump continued to take aim at clinton over the controversy. today, he pivots to a different topic, renewing his criticism of the health care law in speech outside of philadelphia. sean: donald trump is facing some new questions himself this morning.
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headlines. the new york times reports that in the 1990's trump avoided paying potentially hundreds of million of dollars in taxes in a way that even his lawyers considered questionable. meantime, there were reports that the fbi has opened up an investigation into trump's former campaign manager, paul manafort. and his ties to the russian interests. erin: if you have any oreo cookies at home, you'll want to listen up. two versions of oreos have been recalled, because they contain a milk allergen that is not on the ingredient list. people who have an allergy or sensitivity to milk could have a serious reaction if they eat either the original oreo fudge cremes or mint oreo fudge cremes. the affected cookies have a best by dates from august 19 through october 18. a four-year-old boy is recovering this morning after
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massachusetts. police say right after the child was hit last night, the driver got out of the car, talked to some people at the scene and then took off. somone followed her and police eventually tracked her down. one man says he was right behind the hit and run driver when the accident happened. >> the kid was so little that i don't think the car in front of me saw him run in front and the car went over the kid. shining forward i could see the kid underneath the car. erin: police say the child suffered a serious cut to his head and was taken to a boston hospital. there is no word yet if the driver will face any charges. sean: a woman in new york says she plans to take a casino to court after she thought she won nearly $43 million on a slot machine. the machine at resorts world casino showed that katrina bookman hit the jackpot. but the staff told her she actually didn't win anything. turns out the new york state
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machine malfunctioned and bookman was only entitled to $2.25. she says the casino also offered her a free steak dinner. so close. erin: that isn't going to cut it, i don't think. an ohio man is on the mend this morning after being trapped in his crashed car for two days. a couple of highway workers spotted the wreckage in the woods when they were called to check out a dead deer. investigators say the driver missed a curve, hit a tree and landed in a ditch. when the workers first approached the car, they had not -- they had no idea someone was still inside. >> just kind of shock at first, then this kind of eerie feeling. you're not real for sure what you're walking up to. >> we went down to the car and i could see a foot out of the back window, and finally, we got him to respond and he had said he had been there for a couple of days. erin: the driver was alert when emergency crews arrived. he was flown to the hospital, but at this time there is no word on his condition.
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it's turning carbon from human ashes into diamonds. on average the diamonds take a few weeks to create. many people who have bought one say that having the diamond makes them feel like they're keeping a part of their loved one close. others are skeptical about the idea. >> i feel a connection, i feel comfort, i feel love and i have all the memory of him. so i have a part of him and that >> i wouldn't like to become a diamond. i'd rather be fertilizer for the soil than being a diamond. sean: the average cost for one of these diamonds is $5000. erin: interesting. sean: turning now to sports. the patriots traded perhaps their most talented defensive player to the cleveland browns yesterday. erin: linebacker jamie collins
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round draft pick. along with chandler jones last year, collins is the second all-pro defensive player the pats have recently traded. he would have been a free agent after this year, and was said to be asking for von miller-type money. the denver broncos star got a 6 year, $114 million deal in august with $70 million guaranteed. it is probably not a coincidence that the patriots sent into the worst team in the nfl and the browns could use the franchise browns could use the franchise tag on collins to keep him sean: interesting. a new hampshire college is being recognized for having some of the best dining hall food in the country. food site chowhound put saint anselm college at number 15 on its list. part of the reason is the variety of food the school offers. >> definitely breakfast. so many choices. eggs benedict on sundays, i love the grill.
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images and everything else. >> it's almost like a home-cooked meal here. i usually get chicken, mashed potatoes and vegetables. i feel like i can get anything i want. >> we should be rated number one. sean: bowdoin college in maine topped the list for best college food, followed by ucla and umass amherst. on the entree glazed carrots -- erin: fancy. kevin: you do that every morning. you just read menus. sean: it is something i do. erin: we just liked to have frozen yogurt in the dining hall when i went to school. [laughter] kevin: a chilly start to the day.
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today, in the degrees we were yesterday but you will notice and an enormous difference. we have a much lighter wind through the afternoon. showers through the north and it should be a mild day tomorrow. 50's and 60's and rainfall is centered around thursday with a system coming mass gets in place for the weekend. so we are expecting a good deal of sunshine today. the difference may be the north country where you see clouds approach later this afternoon with maybe a stray shower. to the west, the next system approaches. there may be an isolated shower tomorrow with a solid 90% of the day tomorrow should be on the dry side.
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32 degrees atop mount washington. that is the warm spot across the state. temperatures running a solid 10-15 degrees cooler than where we were yesterday. that is a function of the cooler air right overhead. the mile there is back to the west but will eventually come towards us. 40's nice. we may have a stray shower tonight with the increase in clouds. clouds and sunshine. we don't need much sunshine to get up into the 60's tomorrow. a southwest wind will help that. if you have outdoor plans on thursday, you may be able to get several dry hours out of this on
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this system before we pull away early on friday. a wind comes in behind that system which will lead cooler air. 27 30's this morning and highs this afternoon either side of 50 degrees. notice the warming trend here. the difference will be partial sunshine tomorrow. rainfall is likely by thursday afternoon and thursday evening. up to a half out of the system. the will be a northwest wind that comes in on friday. outdoor plans for the weekend looks good. looking good with a bit of a warming trend by next week. most of the longer range maps see a pattern shift around november 15. so a couple of weeks from here, temperatures will turn much colder and we will see what that
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erin: the new british pound, which will start circulating in march, is causing headaches for some u.k. businesses. that's because it won't fit in most existing vending machines. the machines will now have to be updated to fit the 12-sided coin which will not come cheap. the automatic vending association estimates it will cost the industry millions to make sure the 500,000 vending machines across the u.k. will accept the new coin. didn't they think about this ahof [laughter] still to come on newsnine daybreak. do you have a favorite candy? we'll take a look at what your taste in sweets may say about
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kathy: it goes by so fast. kate: one day you're a kid - and the next... kelly:'re raising your own little girl. kelly: growing up, i watched my mom work so hard. through challenges and struggles, she made our lives better. whether strengthening social security or medicare, protecting our environment, or helping make college more affordable... she taught me that with hard work... kate: you can do anything? kathy: anything. kate: my mom taught me that too. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte,
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sean: a boy in massachusetts got to show off a special costume this halloween. take a look at this thing. 12-year-old tyler plotkin was born with epilepsy ad does not
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school decided to help him out by creating a costume he could ride in. they spent three months converting a power wheels car into a remote-controlled tank so he could he could trick-or-treat in style. erin: that is awesome. sean: wow, stepping up. erin: good for him. now that you have all that halloween candy in your house, we're taking a look at what your taste in candy says about your personality. according to thought catalog , dark chocolate lovers tend to have refined tastes and may not necessarily have a sweet tooth. like to be the center of attention. sean: according to m magazine, people who prefer lollipops like to think things over and do not make impulsive decisions. the american licorice company says if you like red licorice, you are probably practical and down to earth. and if black licorice is your favorite you are likely a thrill-seeker. kevin: i like both of those.
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thrillseeker? kevin: it depends on the day. sean: coming up in the next hour of daybreak. it's being called the worst lobster trap war the state of maine has seen in decades. find out how much money fishermen have lost from their traps being cut. >> a week to go before the election and it appears there are a lot of undecided voters here. we will hear from a couple of them and what analyst say this could mean. >> come around erin: an elderly woman is not letting her age slow her down. we'll tell you about her job as we'll tell you about her job as a grocery store bagger. 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. the stakes are too high to make chris sununu governo.
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sean: do you know who you are going to vote for? many granite stater's do not, and that could mean unpredictable results. lana: in on the campaign trail with just one week to go. kevin: a chilly start to the month of november, but we have sunshine and a warming trend. how long it looks to last, ahead. >> it could be a safety concern for all of us. erin: dangerous trend -- the number of drunk drivers police are starting in bedford, and what officers are looking for. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit] >> no one covers new hampshire


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