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>> unbelievable. >> can't even imagine it. erin: -- sean: heartbreak in nashua. the body of a missing teenager has been recovered, and services will be available for classmates. pull show hillary clinton pulling ahead in the race for says, don't count him out yet. kevin: partial clearing setting up a chilly breeze and a cooler pattern. how long it will last, ahead. sean: unauthorized access. how two people say they were able to get on board a flight to boston hours before the plan was set to leave. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit]
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we saw snowfall over the weekend in northern parts of the state. it is going to be cold throughout the week, and we see flurries coming down south. kevin: a shot of colder, drier air coming in, with a system passing to our south, keeping temperatures up overnight in southern areas. up north, we have dropped back to the 30's. damning skies in southern areas. the thin cloud cover up north. the notches. we talk about the next area changing to light show. for a look at the morning drive here in the granite state, we're joined live by 95.7 wzid's deb davidson. good morning, deb. deb: good morning. interstate 93 and interstate 91 are moving well.
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95 as you make your way along the seacoast. in massachusetts, 93 south already a very slow ride from exit 46 down to exit 41. we are getting of a crash on 45 southbound at 30, the 93 connector. there is lane blockage and traffic is lacking -- is backing up through that area. sean: thanks. grief counselors will be available at nashua north high school today after the apparent death of a student over the weekend. jacob they believe a body pulled from the merrimack river in tyngsborough, massachusetts yesterday is goulet, though a positive i.d. has not been made yet. wmur's ray brewer is live in nashua this morning, near the storm drain police think he fell through. good morning, ray. ray: good morning, sean. on the storm drain, there is a small memorial to 16-year-old
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friends and strangers alike stopping to think of some memories of the teenager. the search has been called off. police say they believe friday evening, goulet was walking home from a friend's house when heavy rains moved through. investigators think he fell into a storm drain and ended up in the merrimack river. yesterday, massachusetts state police spotted a body in the water in tyngsborough. based on the body and clothing description, nashua police believe it's goulet, but an autopsy is planned to help make the final determination. now investigators want to know how he may have been swept into the drain. mayor donchess: no one has ever potentially fallen into the sewer system, as far as we know, and these covers don't typically come off. nicholas: it doesn't seem real to me that something like this could happen, where i could be making jokes with him in second block of school and then a day later, he turns up missing. ray: crews spent time yesterday securing the drain with new
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there will be grief counselors on hand today at nashua north high school, where goulet was a student. reporting live in nashua, ray brewer, wmur news 9. sean: a hooksett man accused of leading police on a chase last night is due in court today. police say when they first stopped 45-year-old john mccabe on hooksett road last night, he gave the officer a false name, and then took off. police chased him through several side streets before arresting him in the parking lot of cinemagic. a pembroke woman is recovering this morning afterli rochester. police say the driver went off the road and flipped near estes road last night. she was treated for non-life-threatening injuries. a horse is dead after it was hit by an suv in deerfield yesterday morning. police say the horse got loose near the fairgrounds just after 7:00. the driver of the suv is ok. democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton will be back in
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in nearly four weeks. she will hold an event with massachusetts senator elizabeth warren at 12:30 this afternoon at saint anselm college. the clinton campaign says the event will focus on her plans for the economy. this comes as a new abc-news tracking poll shows clinton with a growing lead over donald trump. new hampshire is a key swing state, and newsnine has learned eric trump will be in new hampshire tomorrow to campaign for his father. his trip includes stops in manchester, nashua, salem, stratham, and seabrook as well. abc's angelica spanos is following both campaigns, with now just two weeks left until the elections. angelica: in a race against time, and still fighting accusations of sexual misconduct, donald trump is looking forward in the must-win state of florida, where he believes he's doing better among female voters than with male voters. mr. trump: i'll tell you what -- we're doing well in the polls.
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when it comes to women. i think we're doing better with women than with men, frankly. angelica: newly confident hillary clinton taking her campaign to church in north carolina. mrs. clinton: we got to actually start interacting with people we don't agree with. i do that all the time. [laughter] mrs. fix our problems if we don't. angelica: president obama in las vegas, saying that trump's claim of a rigged election is a sign that he's losing. pres. obama: you've got a guy who proves himself unfit for this office every single day, every single way, and on the other side you've got somebody who is as qualified as has ever run for the presidency, hillary
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shows clinton with a 20-point advantage with women, and a three-point edge with men -- a group that's typically tilted toward trump for most of the race, till now. angelica spanos, abc news, new york. sean: officially, the polls don't open until two weeks from tomorrow, but several states allow early voting, and for the first time, that now includes massachusetts. voters in the bay state can start casting their ballots today and can vote through friday, november 4, or just wait early voting can be done in person, or you can get an early ballot to cast by mail. new hampshire does not have early voting, but you can cast an absentee ballot either in person or through the mail. a flight to boston was delayed for several hours yesterday after two people managed to get on board when the plane should have been locked and empty. american airlines says a jetway door in philadelphia was somehow left unlocked overnight saturday
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speak english say they got confused, and also say they were directed onto the plane and took their seats more than two hours before boarding actually started. >> someone went through the door first. >> and they followed him? >> yes. >> was it unlocked or just not closed? >> it was open. >> there are times when there are cracks that open. it is not right, but there will be a thorough investigation. sean: the father and daughter have apologized, and the airline says it was not a security breach because both passen had gone through security screening. another plane was used to complete the flight. still to come on newsnine daybreak, making strides against breast cancer. the startling number that makes efforts like this so important. a parade of yoga pants -- why hundreds of people put on their yoga pants yesterday and took a walk right past a specific home. and in the next half hour, hear from a man who says he tried to help an elderly woman after she was struck by a car in
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right now, it is eight minutes
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it's not uncommon for autistic kids to flap their hands. and so when i saw that, that was completely disqualifying. i'm a republican, but this election is so much bigger than party. my son max can't live in trump world. so i'm crossing party lines and voting for hillary. i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. and she's smart. she can work with people to solve problems. i want to be able to tell my kids that i did the right thing
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kevin: it is monday morning, october 24. sky starting to clear in central and southern areas. in the north country, mixed showers developing into the afternoon. when it will be gusting over 25 mph, bringing cooler air for most of the rest of the week. turned into a sea of pink yesterday afternoon as about 1500 people marched for breast cancer awareness. survivors, families, care-givers, and others took part in the "making strides against breast cancer" walk. all helping raise awareness and money for efforts to find a cure. according to the american cancer society, an estimated 246,000 women in the united states will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year. meantime, in barrington, rhode island hundreds of people
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pants in an effort to send a message to a local resident. earlier this month, a man wrote a letter to the newspaper saying he doesn't think women over the age of 20 should wear yoga pants, calling them unforgiving, especially for aging women. he claims it was a joke, but protesters say their effort was all about respect, and marched past the man's house yesterday before having a yoga session. monday. coming up, the head of jesus has been returned. a church in canada says a very important statue is complete once again. plus, packed museum. the number of people who are visiting the newest smithsonian attraction, and how long you might have to wait, to get a
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for months and months of this. i'd like to punch him in the face i'll tell you. there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her, wherever. kelly ayotte stood by him. would you tell a child to aspire to be like donald trump? would you point to him as a role model? absolutely. i would do that. but now, she's running away. trying to save her political career. kelly ayotte's all politics,
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sean: iraqi special forces started shelling isis positions near mosul overnight in the latest part of the effort to retake the city. the campaign to force isis out of mosul involves more than 25,000 troops, militias, and tribal fighters. officials have been planning the effort for months, and it could take months to complete. kurdish forces say dozens of militants were killed this weekend, and they managed to destroy at least eight car bombs. a massive manhunt is underway in central haiti this morning for more than 150 inmates who overpowered guards and escaped from prison on saturday. at least a dozen prisoners have able to steal weapons. one guard was killed, and a prisoner died after falling from a prison wall. officials believe they have captured the man who planned the jail break. the head of jesus has been returned to a church in canada. the case made international headlines a year ago, when someone stole the head from a statue of jesus and mary in the church's front yard. the church later replaced the head with a terra cotta version. over the weekend a woman brought
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the thief had personal problems. the church is not seeking any charges. halloween is still a week away but it is already scaring up some big numbers at the box office. tyler perry's "boo: a madea halloween" pulled in nearly $28 million over the weekend to debut in the top spot. that makes it the third best opening for any of the madea movies. it was a good weekend for sequs edition of jack reacher, "never go back," coming in a close second. [c6] star wars han solo movie -- and at&t deal has lawmakers on both sides of the i'll raising concerns. the $85.4 billion merger between at&t and time warner could raise
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saturday but federal regulators still have to sign off. and several lawmakers say they want more information on how the merger would affect consumers. the companies hope to close the deal by the end of next year. [c8] african american museum -- if you are hoping to visit the newest smithsonian museum you may want to postpone your trip to d.c. the national museum of african american history and culture is sold-out through march. it is free to get in but you need a ticket with a date. the museum opened one month ago today and has been packed. officials had expected about 7500 visitors a day but instead, they are welcoming nearly 30,000 on most days. the studio when you leave work every day. we only expect a certain amount. but there are days where -- sean: something like that. and then i woke up. kevin: something with that. fair skies out there. had a system making its way to our south overnight. kind of reinforcing the air mass we have in place, which is awfully chilly. we have been running temperatures below average
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areas will give way to sunshine, while farther north, breaks in the overcast give way to more clouds, and eventually a chance of mixed showers into the afternoon. risk wind gusting out of the west, over 25 mph, continuing to bring in cooler air. showers up north into the afternoon, changing over to light snow later tonight. tomorrow, high temperatures going forward mainly in the 40's, with the next system trying to arrive on thursday. overcast skies, north country and southern areas. these will pull away for a blend of sunshine and clouds into the afternoon, anywhere from the upper valley and northward. a likely of overcast sky at times, and with that, mixed showers into the afternoon, north of the notches. and maybe flurries of snow as this secondary to sterman's lives through overnight. otherwise, high pressure settling in through wednesday and likely early thursday,
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some shower activity. most of this confined to our south, and continues to pull away. that kept temperatures of overnight, in the 40's to near 50 degrees in southern areas. we started to see clearer skies. we are back in the 30's in laconia and near the freezing mark in lebanon and plymouth. winds not all that strong currently, but we expect gusts over 25 mph into the afternoon. notice the wind direction, out of the west. th this evening. highs stuck in the 40's up north, with the low and mid 50's in southern areas. with the wind, it is not going to feel close to those numbers through the afternoon, especially if you have cloud cover. mixed shower activity up north switching over to light snow. went mountains, great northwoods overnight tonight, could be a few inches of accumulation, especially over a thousand feet. could be several inches over 4000 bit.
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for wednesday. maybe a little bit of sunshine early thursday before the next system arrives. most of that snow will be north of the notches out of this system. most of that confined to tonight and tomorrow morning. average high this time of year, mid 50's. we are nowhere near that in your seven-day forecast. we are still running 4.5 degrees above normal for october. this is a get back from mother nature. could be early but i think most of that is rain wednesday. sean: and we have halloween, a little holiday, some kids outside. let's check our top stories. here's ray brewer. ray: the body of a missing teen from nashua is believed to have been recovered from the merrimack river in massachusetts. police say 16-year-old jacob goulet was working home from a friend's house when the heavy rains lived in.
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the river. yesterday, massachusetts state police spotted the body in tyngsboro. based on the body and clothing description, police leave it is goulet, but an autopsy is planned. sean: a hooksett man accused of leading police on a chase last night is due in court today. police say when the first stopped 45-year-old john mccabe on hooksett road last night he gave the officer a false name and then took off. hillary clinton will be back in new hampshire today. she is holding an event with massachusetts senator elizabeth warren at 12:30 this afternoon at saint anselm college. the clinton campaign says the event will focus on her plans for the economy. coming up on daybreak this morning eating is serious , business. and there is a new record this morning when it comes to eating
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sean: i know you have been watching the circuit for a while. there is a new king of crab eating this morning. a man from miami won the annual stone crab eating contest in florida over the weekend, setting a new record in the process. he managed to crack and eat 25 stone crab claws in just under 13 minutes. kevin: not easy to enjoy them in this situation. that breaks the old record by more than two minutes. he had been the runner up in the contest eaf so i am sure this was something that was coming. sean: even though he won, he was one of the crappy us winners they have ever had. -- crabbiest winners they have ever had. [laughter] money makes up. soldiers asked to return thousands of dollars years later. plus, how would you like to get paid to watch sports and eat
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you know me. that's new hampshire kelly ayotte. this is washington kelly ayotte. she voted for 20 billion dollars in tax breaks
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letting you refinance your student loans. ayotte voted to give a huge tax breaks to millionaires. while 95% of us... got nothing. kelly ayotte. you need to know in washington. she's not working for new hampshire. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. i've seen what can happen as the result of hate. my son matt was murdered in laramie, wyoming, in 1998. he was befriended by two men in a bar they offered him a ride home, and when he was in their car, they robbed him and beat him. they drove matt out to the prairie and tied him to a split-rail fence, then beat him some more and left him for dead. in the aftermath of matt's death, my family saw the best of america in the love and support we were shown. so when i see the hate that donald trump has brought to his campaign for president, it terrifies me. i'd like to punch him in the face, i'll tell ya. ahh, i don't know what i said,
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 daybreak. sean: good morning. a little bit of a chill in the air at 47 degrees. in fact, we had some sn weekend. kevin will talk about forecast in a minute. first, let's get right to our top stories. grief counselors will be on hand at nashua high north today to help students cope with the apparent death of a classmate. police say a body pulled from the merrimack river in massachusetts appears to be that of a 16-year-old boy who was swept into a storm drain friday night. a rochester woman accused of supplying fentanyl to a man who later overdosed and died is scheduled to face a judge today. and the dollar store on tenney mountain highway in plymouth remains closed after a car hit
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killington's opening in vermont tomorrow. there is enough snow, apparently, to do it. kevin: it is cold enough to keep that snow around. a system passing to our south overnight, with not much shower activity for us, reinforces the air mass in place. it will build wind out of the west. that will be gusting at times over 25 mph. if you showers going to areas of light later tonight. sean: hat and gloves may be as the kids had to the bus stop. let's check on the roads this morning. here's a live look at i-93 from our common man camera in windham. kevin: for a look at the morning drive here in the granite state, we're joined live by 95.7 wzid's deb davidson. deb: traffic is starting to get busy on interstate 83, but that interstate 93, but it is getting up to speed.
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spalding. in massachusetts, 93 south is heavy and slow from south of andover into boston, and routes three is congested from 495 to trouble code -- trouble cove road. sean: police say a body found in the merrimack river in massachusetts appears to be that of a missing teen from nashua. 16-year-old jacob goulet disappeared friday night, when authorities say he was swept into a storm drain. today, grief counselorll north, where jacob went to school. ray brewer joins us live in nashua now with the latest on this tragic situation. good morning, ray. ray: good morning, sean. there is a small memorial set up on this bridge on main street in nashua, where it is believed 16-year-old jacob goulet disappeared after slipping into a storm drain friday night. a tribute to 16-year-old jacob goulet is growing by the hour.
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strangers leaving flowers at the site where police believe goulet fell into a storm drain during torrential rain in nashua. jessica: i have kids, a 14 and 20-year-old, so as a parent i would hope somebody would care about my kid. diana: i wouldn't want it to be one of my boys. that shouldn't have happened. ray: one of jacob's friends says he saw jacob hours before he disappeared, while police say he was walking home from a friend's house. nicholas: anything sad, he would just, like, try to be happy joke of something, just to get him by, you know? it doesn't seem real to me that something like this could happen, where i could be making jokes with him in second block of school, and then a day later, he turns up missing. ray: the extensive search for jacob began on saturday, after his family reported him missing. helicopters searched by air while other crews looked in the entire drainage system. public works also combed through the sewers. on sunday afternoon, massachusetts state police
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river in tyngsborough. based on the body and clothing description, nashua police believe it's goulet, but an autopsy will make the final determination. meantime, an investigation is underway into how he might've been swept into the storm drain. mayor donchess: no one has ever potentially fallen into the sewer system as far as we know and these covers don't typically come off. y: the memorial here in nashua -- city workers re-secured the storm drain with new bolts but there are still many questions that remain unanswered as to how this could've happened. live in nashua, ray brewer, wmur news 9. sean: thanks. we are following a developing story out of massachusetts. police say five people were killed in an overnight crash on route 495. the accident happened shortly after midnight in middleborough.
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the wrong way when it slammed into another vehicle. at this time, the victims' names are not being released. a rochester woman, charged in connection with a deadly overdose, is due in court today. police say 22-year-old nina batista provided fentanyl to a man who later died from an overdose. the 23-year-old victim was found dead last month at a home on osborne street in rochester. batista is scheduled to be arraigned today on one count of dispensing a controlled drug with death resulting. the dollar store in plymouth will be closed today after a car police say no one was hurt when the car hit the store on tenney mountain highway yesterday but the building was damaged. as you can see. the dollar store will remain closed until a structural engineer can assess the damage and repairs are made. a man who says he tried to help a 96-year-old woman after she was hit by a car in londonderry is now speaking out. police say manuela garcia concepcion died friday night
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at the time, she was crossing the street to get her mail. mark bickford, who is a merrimack firefighter, happened upon the accident with his family. he and several nurses on scene tried desperately to save concepcion's life. >> i did everything i could do. the people that were there with me, we did everything we could do. londonderry police, londonderry fire -- everybody put into minutes effort to help a family member, and i am not turn out of -- did not turn out better, but i want family to know her last moments were with caring people. sean: police say the driver involved in the crash is cooperating with the investigation and no charges have been filed. in a little over two weeks voters will be heading to the , polls to cast their ballots in the general election. as we get closer several new polls show democrat hillary clinton gaining over republican donald trump. nikole killion is in washington this morning to tell us about the candidates' strategies in the final stretch.
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senator elizabeth warren in new hampshire while donald trump focuses on florida. mr. trump the numbers are even : better than what they are saying. nikole: donald trump downplayed the polls as an abc-washington post survey showed hillary clinton twelve points ahead nationally among likely voters. mrs. clinton look, you know, : some people are sore losers and you've just gotta keep going. nikole: a cbs battleground tracker also has clinton up by a w closing the gap in some deep red states like texas, >> kellyanne -- like texas. kellyanne: we are behind. our advantage is that donald trump is just going to continue to take the case directly to the people. >> these battleground states are called that for a reason. they're all going to be incredibly close. nikole: the democratic nominee now trying to look past trump in the final weeks as she and the
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president obama we can't elect : hillary and then saddle her with a congress that is do nothing, . >> nats . trump is -- is do nothing. nikole: trump is also encouraging his supporters to vote the gop ticket as he unveiled his plans for his first one hundred days in office including taking action against his female accusers, >> donald tashfeen malik users. sean: in nashua, a new care center for the homeless. respite center is a new service of harbor care health and wellness. the center will offer services to those suffering from mental and behavioral health problems as well those dealing with substance abuse issues. the ribbon cutting ceremony gets underway at four this afternoon. -- at 4:00 this afternoon. new hampshire biologists are preparing to have the american marten removed from the state's list of threatened and endangered species. the mammal commonly referred to as the pine marten is a member of the weasel family.
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great north woods. to learn more about the american marten and other threatened or endangered species in new hampshire, head to the escape outside section of coming up on daybreak, do you suffer from migraines? a new study shows those throbbing headaches could be caused by something you're eating. and if you believe in the paranormal, you'll want to stay tuned to this. we'll explain why some people believe this photo features a ghost. kevin: today, but then turning to the northwest. that means colder air out of canada, setting up a cooler pattern. pattern. uh, first of all, i plan to vote for donald trump. when it served her purpose, ayotte buddied up to trump, even calling him a role model. would you tell a child to aspire to be like donald trump? oh absolutely, i would do that. but she kept playing politics and flip flopping around. ayotte is running away from trump as quickly as she can. and what she values is her seat. and she's trying
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looking out for herself. senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. i'm colin van ostern, and this is my father-in-law, rich. and this is peter and patrick. i agreed to do a tv ad only if my grandkids were in it, too. i trust colin with their future. my clean energy plan is all about their future. as governor, i'll invest in solar and renewable energy. that'll hold down energy costs, create local jobs, and protect the environment. it's how we keep new hampshire or grampa could just keep feeding the kids cake and ice cream. you get a lot of energy that way, too. kathy: it goes by so fast. you get a lot of energy 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. she's my inspiration in the senate - whether strengthening social security or medicare, protecting our environment, or helping make college more affordable...
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kate: my mom taught me that too. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte,
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kevin: it is monday morning, october 24. last few hours, with a weak system writing to our south. no precipitation from the overnight. we may have next showers, partial sunshine, and a wind out of the west gusting over 25 mph. details coming up. sean: the university of maine is mourning the death of a professor. the school says 50-year-old gordon hamilton died on saturday while conducting research in antarctica. he was riding a snowmobile when he hit a crevasse and fell 100 feet.
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he had been working at u-maine's climate change institute since 2000. an investigation is underway this morning into a deadly tour-bus accident in california. thirteen people were killed and 31 others injured when the bus rear-ended a semi-truck on a highway early yesterday morning. authorities say the impact was so strong that bus went about 15 feet into the trailer. passengers told officials that most people were asleep when the crash happened. >> in almost 35 years, i have never come to a crash were there has been 13 confirmed fatal accidents. it is tough. it is tough for all of us -- the fire department who handles it, personnel who handle it, it is not an easy thing, and you never get used to this. sean: the ntsb is joining the investigation into what caused this crash. california state police say the bus had passed its three most recent inspections. a major financial mix-up is now taking a toll on thousands of california national guard
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huge enlistment bonuses a decade after they signed up to serve in iraq and afghanistan. >> i felt totally betrayed by my commanders. >> it has caused a lot of stress and anxiety on my entire family. >> if we could waive the magic wand and make this go away, we would, but we would be breaking the law. sean: the california national guard was faced with a shortage of troops at the height of the two wars, when it offered soldiers to re-enlist. the pentagon is now demanding the money back, saying the soldiers were overpaid. according to "the l.a. times," if soldiers refuse to pay, they could face interest charges, have their wages garnished, or even face tax liens. >> it certainly hurts the credibility, going forward, if we cannot depend on the promises that were made to us when we volunteered to put our life on
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their bonuses. if you suffer from migraines, you'll want to listen up. a new study says those debilitating headaches may be caused by your food. the study found that migraines could be caused by high amounts of mouth bacteria breaking down nitrates from food. experts say more research is needed to prove a correlation between the two, but if a solid link between mouth bacteria and migraines can be established, new treatments could be let's talk sports right now. the patriots and the steelers met in pittsburgh yesterday for a showdown between two of the top teams in the conference. pittsburgh was without their quarterback, ben rothliesberger. he's out for a few weeks after having knee surgery. the patriots scored first. tom brady dumped the screen pass off to james white, and white ran 19 yards for the touchdown. in the third quarter, the pats were up 14-13 when brady connected with rob gronkowski
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gronk tied the patriots' touchdown record with his 68th career td. the patriots went on to win 27-16. tom: i close the gap, the crowd is going crazy. you get glimpses of what your team is all about. and, you know, our guys hung in there, but hard. our defense played really well. it was a good one. it is tough to win on the road in the nfl against a good team. players, but still. sean: next up, the pats take on the buffalo bills this sunday in new york. well, let's head to the race track now. joey logano was able to hold off the field on a green, white, checker finish to win the hellmann's 500 at talladega yesterday. the win secured his spot in the next round of eight. brad keselowski had the best car, but blew an engine, ending his chance at advancing to the
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austin dillon, martin truex junior, and chase elliott were also eliminated from chase contention. if you like traveling, eating pizza, and watching sports there could be a new job for you. pizza hut is looking to hire someone to go to all ncaa championships for the 2016-2017 season. the pizza hut all-american will be responsible for sharing their journey from city to city and promoting the company. the ideal candidate must have a lot of knowledge about all ncaa sports. that will help. he or she will get paid $50,000. the position, kevin, visit the website like that down. the first snowfall of the season has arrived in new hampshire. paul chareth sent us this picture of the snow taken on the cog railway road by mount washington yesterday morning. really pretty out there. this girl is posing in the fresh snow in gorham.
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that someone built up in pittsburg. kevin: scraggly hair. sean: he looks a little evil. good for halloween. a decent amount of snow. kevin: what a punk and right on that, and you are good to go. it is kind of a mix of seasons. we get all the seasons here. they blend together a lot of the time. that is seemingly what we have had play out through the middle of october. clearing skies in central and southern areas, wow clouds have still snow on the ground in northern areas, and maybe adding to that is the day goes on. next showers and some areas of snow later this evening. it depends on where you are in the state. quite a few more clouds today in the north. i west wind will get going. everyone will be in on that.
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drier air continues to build in. southern parts of canada watching these areas of light snow drift a little further south. a secondary disturbance moving toward the north country later this afternoon. this evening through tomorrow morning, probably the best chance of accumulation in the north country on this. in the 40's thanks to clouds overnight in the southern half of the state, but those continue to clear, providing a springboard. mid 50's this afternoon. that westerly wind will make it feel a lot colder than that. with snow on the ground, temperatures down into the lower 30's, even with cloud cover in that direction. sustained winds right now in the general 5-10 mph. atop mount washington, hurricane force winds early this morning. that usually is a sign that relatively speaking it will be windy for us later this
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partial sunshine up north. maybe a couple next showers through the afternoon. a little more light snow through the overnight hours of north. there could be a couple inches of accumulation as you get in accumulation -- in the northern parts of the state overnight. fair skies tomorrow. pretty good breeze out of the northwest. that lightens on wednesdayer starts to advance. several inches of snow for areas of of 3000 feet. could be a light coating to maybe an inch or two in areas of lower elevations as you go through the north country. from there, temperatures cooling off. highs this time of year, mid 50's. we are below that all the way through your seven-day forecast. tomorrow with a breeze, and
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system, and maybe just cold enough for snow, but it should be rain friday morning. sean: kind of chilly out there. a photo taken in 1900 that recently resurfaced is now getting a lot of attention. take a close look. the picture appears to just show 15 women standing outside a linen mill in ireland. but look a little closer at the woman in the second row on the far right. you can see a hand resting on her shoulder but both women , behind her have their ar folded. where is the half coming from? some people are giving their own explanations for this on our facebook page. t.c. writes, she was edited in. she is the only one not looking at the camera. and janet writes, i think it's a child behind her and you can only see the hand. let us know what you think by leaving a comment on our facebook page. maybe it is a ghost. still to come on newsnine daybreak, a final check on your top stories including a tragic , situation in nashua. police believe they have
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brought to you by your new england chevy dealers. -- the weather almanac is brought to you by your new england chevy dealers. sean: updating our top stories, police say a body found in the merrimack river in massachusetts appears to be that of a missing teen from nashua. here's ray brewer. ray: jacob goulet was walking home from a friend's house friday night during the torrential rains. investigators think he l into a storm drain and ended up in the merrimack river. yesterday, massachusetts state police spotted a body in the water. they stun the body and clothing discretion, -- based on the body and clothing, police believe it is goulet. sean: massachusetts state police are investigating an overnight crash that left five people dead. troopers say shortly after midnight, a vehicle was driving the wrong way on 495 in middleborough, when it slammed into another vehicle.
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connection with a deadly overdose is due in court today. police say 22-year-old nina batista provided fentanyl to a 23-year-old man who died from an overdose last month. hillary clinton will be back in new hampshire today. she is holding an event with massachusetts senator elizabeth warren at saint anselm college. the event begins at 12:30. this just into our newsroom. laconia police say they are investigating a possible kidnapping. being dragged by her hair into a vehicle while screaming. police located the vehicle, but no one was inside. there are following up on several leads. we will keep you updated on that story. kevin: notice the beautiful sky. clouds will continue to build across the north country, with mixed showers into the afternoon. everyone is in on the west winds through the day, which likely sets up a scenario where we have cooler temperatures through most
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