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sean: a childcare center in lee is closed after a child was found wandering along a nearby street. how a little girl arrests have been made. kevin: cold enough out there this morning and it will be a wintry mix before we turned overs to rain. >> a crashes car -- sean: a frightening attack at ohio state university. the questions that investigators are now trying to answer.
thank you for waking up with us. we have precipitation moving into the state and freezing temperatures out there which could make for a tricky combination. kevin: light precipitation moving in. but because of the freezing rain advisory snowflakes up north before having rain from southwest-northeast. temperatures in the 20's and 30's this morning. any sort of a mix, it could be rain. let's take a look at your
deb: 93 is looking good as you make your way through the 90's -- through. we need to be careful of slick spots around the new london area. 101 has been up to speed. and massachusetts, all roads are up to speed. is now closed after a three-year-old child was found wandering along a nearby busy road. and police and the state are now investigating. wmur's ray brewer is here now to explain what happened and how it is affecting other children at the facility. ray: his angels learning academy closed down voluntarily after the incident but that left 30 families scrambling to find care for their children right away. back on november 18, a man
alone walking up the ramp to root 4 from route 155 in lee a very busy area. while other witnesses stayed with the child he went and checked with the nearby daycare and confirmed that the toddler had somehow wandered off. the child was not hurt but the state bureau of childcare licensing and police are now investigating. and the live and learn learning center nearby was only able to accept 9 of the families. >> we have a waitlist of people waiting to get spots and to have to tell a parent, i can't take your child and they look at me and say, what am supposed to do? ray: state records show no major violations for his angels learning academy though state investigators did find a choking hazard over the summer that has since been fixed. it is not known if the daycare plans to reopen or if the state will take any action because of this incident.
two-year-old girl in berlin has been ruled a homicide but this morning no arrests have been announced. an autopsy yesterday showed that madison dana died from blunt impact injuries on sunday just hours after she was rushed to the hospital. police continued gathering information at the home on york street yesterday. the ag's office says it's possible the little girl suffered. >> more than just a fall. it is more than just a glancing hit. you're talking about how do i put this -- a measure of force that is so strong that you're causing not only external but internal injuries with it. sean: a neighbor says the child's mother claimed she fell out of a bunk-bed and hit her head on the floor. but investigators say that madison's death was caused by another person. a mother from salem who overdosed inside a store in massachusetts with her young
bail this morning. mandy mcgowan faced a judge yesterday after turning herself in. she is charged with child endangerment. video of her overdose last month went viral, her 2-year-old daughter in seen in the video crying and trying to wake her mother up. her attorney says mcgowan is now in a drug treatment program. >> she is now in a program and is 67 days in. she cannot pose that is unreasonable in these circumstances. sean: mcgowan is due back in court in january and she must submit to random drug testing. her child is in state care. right now police in manchester are looking for the man they say stole a purse from a woman's walker. officers say the woman was getting something out of her purse around 5:00 last night near the intersection of granite and main streets when a man pulled the purse away and ran off down clinton street. classes will resume at ohio state university today a day
attacked people with a butcher knife. wounding nearly a dozen before he was shot and killed by an officer. now investigators want to know if it was a terrorist attack . as abc's janai norman reports officials are looking at posts on social media. >> a threatening announcement before a terrifying assault. according to law enforcement abdul razak ali artan posted to facebook, "i can't take it anymore, america. stop interfering with other countries, especially the muslim ummah. we are not weak. we are not weak, remember that." and then? the fbi digging deeper to learn what pushed the somali immigrant overboard, leading to the attack in his adoptive country's homeland. >> student starting to get a
down. had us all go up to the third floor. >> artan was recently profiled in the ohio state university campus newspaper the lantern, blaming the media for muslims feelings scared on campus. authorities believe he may have become radicalized. and are looking into recent isis propaganda, urging followers to copy the vehicle attack that took place in nice, france , killing 84 people. and just two days ago, the terrorist group posting this video instructing followers how to use a knife to attack non-believers. need to treat this as a potential terrorist attack. >> in all eleven people hurt, one critically. police saying it may have been worse were it not for the campus police officer who was in the right place at the right time. >> our officer was on-scene in less than a minute and he ended the situation in less than a minute. he engaged the suspect and he eliminated the threat. >> investigators believe the suspect acted alone and was
to stop carrying lone wolf attacks, then make peace." sean: still to come. helping hands. how local second graders raised hundreds of dollars to help victims of a fire in manchester. >> a great christmas. it actually answered our prayers. sean: a family in windham is all smiles this morning thanks to friends and strangers who stepped up to help their son. and in the next half hour trees for troops. the number of local christmas trees that are now headed to
for an hour or so and we will keep an eye on that for the morning commute and look ahead to a stec and system which could bring heavy rain tomorrow. sean: local second graders are stepping up to help three families who lost almost everything in a fire. students at gossler park elementary school in manchester decided to help, after hearing about a fire back in august, that displaced about twenty people on spruce street. most who lived there are refugees from bhutan. students donated their popcorn >> it's really heartwarming that at such a young age, they know they can still make a difference and they're being so kind. >> the generous kids from gossler park initiated this kind of event and programs. >> we see this as a community where we grow together, and when somebody has a problem, we extend our helping hand. sean: staff and parents also chipped in, and combined, they
a great effort. in windham, a child is getting a little more mobility, thanks to support from the community. nine-year-old brayden christmas can't talk and he is confined to a wheelchair because of l-1 syndrome. his parents have been lifting him into their mini-van, but as he gets older that was getting harder and harder. so friends and complete strangers raised enough money to buy them a wheelchair accessible van. >> i know people are giving, we were just overwhelmed with the amount of giving that people gave in the community that didn't even know us. they don't see the everyday struggle that we had and it was huge, huge that they would help us and he just loved it. sean: the christmas family already has the new van debt free and they say brayden loves it. and they want to thank everyone who helped out, calling it an answer to prayer. coming up, coworkers rallying support.
sean: the university of new hampshire is getting in on the spirit of giving. staff members are organizing what's known as "the unh wildcat santa," a fundraiser to benefit other staff members who need a little boost and support. the campus community helped 35 of its own last year, many of whre >> for our community members here, we are looking at them to donate new and unwrapped toys. gift cards for the older children and #nations are always welcomed and wanted. and from the local business owners, possible services because we hold a raffle. sean: unh wildcat santa has been
1990. you can help make sure kids across the state get gifts this holiday season by supporting our "spirit of giving" toy drive. you can donate new, unwrapped toys this friday through sunday at toys r us locations in manchester and nashua and at the crossings in newington. the need is particularly great for donations for children under three-years-old and older than ten. another team of firefighters from new hampshire is headed to georgia to help battle wildfires. a first crew first went to northwest georgia back on november 13, they are coming home today. a second team was activated yesterday and will spend at least the next two weeks down south. dozens of wildfires are burning across the southeast, including one in tennessee that has now destroyed about 30 buildings and is at the edge of the dollywood theme park. there is also concern about an aquarium, where workers had to evacuate, leaving thousands of animals on their own. there is some good news this morning, as rain and wet weather is moving in providing some
least a foot below normal rainfall for the year. people along the seacoast now have a new choice for macaroni and cheese. "mr. macs" is opening its new location on lafayette road today, marking their second location in new hampshire. the first 50 guests get a free small macaroni and cheese and there will be other door prizes and giveaways. there are new efforts underway this morning to design personal flotation devices for lobstermen. researchers with the northeast center for occupational health and safety will pay fishermen this winter to wear different types of vests, to determine which ones offer the best comfort while not getting in the way or tangled in net lines. currently only 16% of lobstermen say they wear a life vest. hopefully that percentage will go up after a study like this.
on the screen. sean: is that making you hungry? kevin: may be. we are starting to develop as a make our way through the early and mid-portions of the commute. not much is reaching the ground initially in wet snowflakes but it may go to freezing rain foreign hour or two. and ay longer up north. will eventually get back into the mid-30's and 40's. bear in mind, these temperatures don't get until 9:00 this evening. the second system arrives tomorrow afternoon and some of that could give us over a quick inch of rainfall. so advisory's are listed until 10:00 in the morning. you will notice that not much is reaching the ground initially but visitation is on the
below the freezing mark this morning. it will be a little bit something different as the breeze picks up out of the southeast. not much in the way of moisture but we watch this angle northeast over the next couple of hours. not much reaching the ground initially but i expect we will see this developed in the southwest parts of the state. reaching the ground yet but all of this moves forward and as far as the toughest of the morning commute is concerned, some western areas do have the best chance between now and 9:00 this morning of scattered and mixed precipitation elsewhere. not everywhere will see this before 9:00 this morning. 20's to 30's this morning and as
these high temperatures don't occur until 7:00 this evening. 30's in the north country and 40's in the evening commute and a south wind will win out and change the precipitation over to rain in the southern part of the state by lunchtime and up north by later the afternoon. we do have the next system lined up a heavier windfall moving through late tomorrow afternoon and night. otherwise, this is over to rainfall with a southeast wind which will happen today. a break tonight and the next system arrives tomorrow afternoon. some of the rain could be heavy into wednesday evening before wrapping up on thursday. quiet weather into the weekend with temperatures close to the average for this time of year. sean: it is definitely cold enough out there. let's check our top stories. here's ray brewer.
early shutdown every child was found wandering along a busy road. they shut down after a november 18, a man called police to say he spotted a three-year-old child walking up a ramp on a busy street. police are now investigating. sean: the death of a two-year-old girl in berlin has been ruled a homicide, but this morning no arrests have been announced. impact injuries on sunday, just hours after she was rushed to the hospital. a mother from salem who overdosed inside a store in massachusetts with her young child by her side is free on bail this morning. mandy mcgowan faced a judge yesterday after turning herself in. she is charged with child endangerment. coming up. not all reindeer are ready to pull santa's sleigh. domino's pizza is now putting
sean: with winter right around the corner a very special giraffe in nevada needs a little help. meet ozzy picasso. the two-year-old giraffe lives at a habitat ranch but is also an artist, producing paintings by holding the brush in his but the ranch is raising money to build a new home so he can stay warm. kevin: ozzy has already grown about five feet in the last year and will likely reach abour 18 feet tall within the next two years. i would buy one of those paintings. sean: he really stuck his neck out to do that. dominos pizza in japan is getting in the holiday spirit and looking to employ a new delivery service. the company is now training
snowiest areas, with a full rollout expected later this week. kevin: i wonder if they hold them to the 30 minute rule. dominos says the reindeer will be equipped with gps devices so that customers can track their progress in real time. what could go wrong here? sean: you imagine the reindeer probably smells the pizza and is like, i want to walk towards the pizza and not away from it. coming up in the next half hour, dramatic escape. what three sisters had to do when their house in charlestown caught fire. plus, how would you like to get tickets to the superbowl for the rest of your life? that dream could come for a
>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 daybreak. sean: good morning. it is tuesday, november 29 and we have rain moving into the state and you will notice the temperature is below freezing. in a moment but first, our top stories. an investigation is underway into a daycare center in lee, after police say a three-year-old child was found wandering alone on a busy road. we are learning news details -- learning new details about a homicide in berlin. authorities say a 2-year-old girl died after suffering blunt impact injuries. and two people are now facing charges in connection with the thefts of two u-haul trucks in nashua. so, we are waiting for this
the first signs. light snow trying to develop on the webcam out of dublin. they are up in elevation so it makes sense that they would see it first. a freezing rain advisory or a winter weather advisory posted through 10:00 this morning which is when we are expecting most of the issues. this will come into the state from the southwestern areas this morning. we'll see this change it to rainfall that up north. sean: so it is warming up slowly but keep in mind we will be keeping an eye on that. here is 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: it is starting to get a bit
as you head out the door. interstate 89 is looking good and 293 is moving well from the upper to the lower split. it is getting busy south of the state line making your way down to the 495 connector in and over. from the wzid traffic network, i'm deb davidson. for 95.7 wzid. sean: a daycare center in lee is closed this morning, as police and the bureau of childcare licensing investigate authorities say a three-year-old was found walking alone on a busy road earlier this month. they say the child wandered away from "his angels learning academy." ray brewer joins us live in the studio now with the latest. ray: the daycare in question voluntarily closed following this incident, giving parents just a matter of hours to find a new place to send their kids. lee police say on november 18, a three-year-old child was found
heading up the ramp to route 4. the speed limit in this area is 40 miles per hour. several witnesses stopped and stayed with the child, while a man checked the nearby daycare , "his angels learning academy," and confirmed that the child somehow got out. johanna booth-miner owns "live and learn early learning center" about a mile away. she says parents from "his angels" started calling her last week when they found out their center was shutting down. afta thirty families that reached out to her, she had to turn some away. collects we have a wait list of people waiting to get spots. and to have to tell a parent, i can't take your child, and they look at me and say -- what am supposed to do? ray: the new hampshire bureau of childcare licensing confirms the center shut down voluntarily. "live and learn" opened its doors on friday to allow the new children to get comfortable.
these children fit in like they've always been here. ray: no one answered the door at "his angels" and our requests for comment were not returned. booth-miner says she hopes people realize this is not something that happens every day. >> this was a terrible mistake and oversight, but it is not to be sensationalized. ray: childcare licensing is investigating to determine whether or not the state will take any action. licensing records dating back to 2012 show no major violations at "his angels learning academy." but in june, the state found a choking hazard with a mat that has since been removed. in the studio, ray brewer, wmur news 9. sean: we are learning new details about the death of a two-year-old girl in berlin. the medical examiner's office has ruled the toddler's death a homicide. an autopsy shows that the little girl, identified as madison dana, died from blunt impact injuries. emergency crews were called to
sunday afternoon. she was rushed to the hospital, where she died. now the attorney general's office is trying to determine how she suffered those fatal injuries. one neighbor says madison's mother told her that the toddler fell. >> i seen my friend ashley out here crying. she turned around and said that her daughter was on the way to the hospital. she fell off a bunk bed and hit her o was more than a fall. so far, no arrests have been made. we're also learning new details about a case in which two people were charged after police say children were found living in filthy conditions in a manchester home. court paperwork for samantha grenier says her son was restrained to a bed for six hours or more during the day, as well as overnight, usually while unsupervised. the maternal grandfather of the
what is alleged to have happened. his son-in-law, 26-year-old james grenier, faces child endangerment and reckless conduct charges. after police say they found his two-year-old girl and four-year-old boy in extremely unsanitary and unsafe conditions. police say the boy was found covered in feces and urine. and the girl naked in her crib, also covered in feces. samantha grenier was arrested and arraigned last friday charged with endangering the welfare of a child and criminal restraint. sean: samantha grenier is >> i'm very sick over it. i can't even go through with what my grandkids went through. sean: samantha grenier is scheduled to be back in court next monday. new on daybreak. two people are facing charges in connection with the thefts of a pair of u-haul trucks.
northwest boulevard during two separate incidents back in september. following an investigation police arrested 35-year-old michael nadworny for allegedly stealing both trucks. they say 26-year-old chelsea osterman helped him out. she is expected to make a court appearance later today. eight people are homeless this morning after fire destroyed their house in charlestown. >> the upstairs porch was on fire, and then in a few minutes, the whole place was burning. >> the place was engulfed, i knew it was going to be a total loss when all was said and done. sean: the fire broke out early yesterday morning at a house on ox brook road. an eighteen-year-old and her 14 and 11-year-old sisters were trapped on the second floor and had to jump to safety. they were treated for smoke inhalation and one of them may have broken her arm. a 37-year-old woman was also rescued from the burning house. the cause of the fire remains under investigation. it's shaping up to be another busy day for donald trump and
the president-elect is set to announce another cabinet pick and he has several big meetings today, including another sit down with mitt romney. nikole killion is following it all from washington. >> this morning, we're expecting the president-elect to name his pick for health secretary. a official close to the decision says he has selected georgia congressman tom price. this, as president-elect trump sits down today with tennessee senator bob corker and has dinner with mitt romney. both are reportedly up for secretary of state, and now, so is g on twitter, the president-elect said he was very impressed with petraeus. the vice president-elect says more announcements could come today. in washington, wmur news 9. sean: wmur has learned that new hampshire democratic party chairman ray buckley will announce his candidacy today for chairman of the democratic national committee. in an email, buckley confirmed to fellow party leaders that he will run. he said the dnc needs urgent
a ribbon cutting ceremony is being held today for the new david t. barrett marine patrol headquarters in gilford. the facility located on dock road features meeting, training and classroom spaces for new hampshire's boating community, as well as law enforcement services. you can also go there to pick up boating licenses and mooring permits. the ribbon cutting ceremony is scheduled to begin at 10:00 a.m. a girl scout from hudson has received the highest honor any girl scout can earn. michelle dominguez received the gold award for creating "mary's garden." the garden is a quiet area of contemplation for the saint kathyrn's parish community in hudson. good for her. a holiday tradition in bethlehem is benefiting military families in georgia. this is the twelfth year of the trees for troops program. nearly six hundred trees from new hampshire and vermont were donated by local businesses and
trucks yesterday and they're now being shipped to military families at a base in georgia. >> i'm doing this because it is great to help the veterans, they protect us so we have to, we are going to have to repay them somehow. >> to know that i making a troop happy or a troops family happy is really nice. sean: good for you guys. fifth graders from bethlehem raised money, solicited donations, tagged all the trees and will be writing all of the thank you notes. getting them involved. coming up, a desperate search for survivors is underway in colombia, after a plane, carrying a brazilian soccer team, crashed overnight. what authorities believe caused that plane to go down. kevin: temperatures at or below freezing as moisture moves in. we will have the details ahead. sean: do you watch a lot of tv on the internet? if so, you could soon be taxed for streaming. find out where one city is already trying to implement this plan.
in southwestern areas of the state. and with freezing temperatures we are initially talking about a wintry mix. it may not last more than an hour in southern areas but it will last longer further north, 30's and 40's from north to south. we have a heavier chance of snowfall in the forecast. sean: we are following a developing story out of colombia. police say dozens are dead after a plane crashed in a mountainous area overnight. the chartered plane had 81 people on board, including a brazilian first division soccer team that was heading to colombia for a regional tournament. authorities say only five people survived. they say the plane declared an emergency due to an electrical failure before it went down. we will keep an eye on that story. the fbi is trying to determine a motive behind a violent attack at ohio state university. police say a student drove a car into a group of pedestrians yesterday morning, before stabbing several people on campus. eleven people were injured
911 calls that were made during the attack. >> yeah. i'm on the ohio state campus. there's been a, i think there's some type of terror attack, because they guy ran across through a crowd of students. he did it purposely. >> we were outside because the fire alarm went off. crowd and then he jumped out of the car with a knife. that's all i see in. oh my god. sean: all of the victims are expected to survive. investigators say, at this point, they can not rule out terrorism as a possible motive. health officials in texas say they are dealing with their first case of zika virus. they say a woman living near the mexican border tested positive for zika last week. officials say the virus was likely transmitted within the state since the woman has not traveled to an area where zika
police in berlin, vermont are asking for the public's help in tracking down a pair of meat thieves. they say these two people are suspected of stealing various types of meat from a shaw's supermarket. police all calling it a significant theft, but at this time, it's not clear exactly how much meat was taken. dictionary.com has unveiled its word of the year. and the word is "xenophobia." the website defines xenophobia as -- a fear or hatred of foreigners, people from different cultures or strangers. the website says searches of xenophobia spiked between june 22 and june 24, as britain voted to leave the european union, largely over immigration concerns. if you watch a lot of shows on netflix or hulu, you'll want to listen up. you could soon be taxed for streaming video. the topic is now generating a lot of attention after the city
announced a 9.4% tax on streaming video. they're calling it a utility, so it can be taxed like water and electricity. one councilman says the so called "netflix tax" was designed to make up for lost revenue from people canceling their cable tv. in sports. the celtics were on the road in miami last night, taking on the heat. boston was trying to make it four wins in five games. the heat kept it close in the first quarter, but the celtics isaiah thomas led the way with 25 points and handed out 8 assists, while avery bradley added 18 points. six celtics players finished in double figures and boston went on to win the game, 112-104. they host the pistons tomorrow. james taylor is returning to fenway park next summer.
ballpark on august 11. it'll be his third straight summer playing at the park. bonnie raitt will also perform. tickets to the concert go on sale this friday. attention football fans. bud-light is giving away super bowl tickets for life in a very willy wonka like-way. the beer sponsor of the nfl has randomly placed gold super bowl 51 cans in select beer cases. step. you then need to enter a sweepstakes by taking a picture with the can and posting it on social media. the winner of the super bowl tickets for life will be notified in mid january. kevin: for life? sean: and a good way to see a
media. they are trying to get a lot of activity. kevin: that is a major motivation. we start off with rain in southwestern parts of the state. southwestern areas of the state has seen like precipitation coming down. and it will continue to travel northeastward. it will last -- over the last 45 minutes we have seen like precipitation around the dublin area as well. and it will eventually transition to rainfall today. mid-30's and mid 40's with inland rainfall today. a second system tomorrow afternoon could mean a quick inch of rain fall. it is posted through 10:00 this morning. you can see the moisture starting to move then, nothing heavy, but it doesn't take a lot
as people traveled northeast. to the west, that is falling in the form of rainfall so we are not looking at a good deal of snow out of this except for the valley where the map is indicating a few inches of accumulation there. the switchover occurs after a band of presentation moves overthrew southern parts of the state this morning and i suspect after that it will be all rainfall. you are headed out before 9:30 this morning because that is when the first area of moisture moves through. 20's and 30's out there this morning. any sort of snow or wintry mix throughout the day, these high temperatures are likely not
lunchtime are in the 30's across the area and then jump into the 40's. it does wind down overnight with a break tomorrow morning and then more precipitation moves in. this one with the temperatures as it arrives in the 40's, it will be rainfall. there could be pockets of heavy rainfall tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow night. the last of lunchtime and a southeasterly wind sending temperatures into the 40's away from the north country later on this afternoon and into this evening. a warmer system tomorrow with rainfall in the afternoon and evening and a partial clearing into the weekend with temperatures pretty close to the averages. sean: we have a school announcement to tell you about. mount royal academy in sun a pay has a two hour delay this
out there. justin spencer from the popular band recycled percussion has made it back to new hampshire after going on a cross challenge for charity. he went across the u.s., collecting toys for local kids in need. justin beat his goal by raising more than $10,000. and he had reason to celebrate in this picture. he loves new hampshire. still to come. need a place to vent your frustrations? are using anger rooms to relieve their stress. and now time for our u-local hot shots. take these pictures as proof that you are never too old to sit on santa's lap. you can submit your pictures and video, and join the thousands of u-local members, by logging onto
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top value recognized portsmouth for the candle boxes that line the downtown area and its beautifully decorated homes. it is gorgeous out there, including the memorial bridge. ogunquit, maine and woodstock, vermont were on the only other -- were the only other new england towns to make the top thirty list. all three are nice to visit anytime of year. a business in dallas is giving people a chance to vent their kevin: it is called the anger room. for five minutes you can crush rangers, alarm clocks and vases. the anger room is not the only business of its kind. the range room in toronto, $25 for 45 minutes of smashing. after five minutes, i would be tired.
computer. kevin: that is the kind of thing you can only do once while having your job. [laughter] sean: it helps to get it out in a healthy way. coming up, rallying around a boy who is confined to a wheelchair. find out how the community helped his family get a wheelchair accessible van. ray: we will tell you about a daycare who has voluntarily changed its doors and why the state reindeer to stop by your home?
sean: now on "daybreak," a day care in lee is closed this morning after a child was found wandering a busy street. the number of families affected. homicide investigation -- how investigators say a little girl in berlin di made. kevin: just cold enough this morning that an early wintry mix before we change over terrain. we talk about the timeline and how much we expect today. >> there is a guy with a knife. sean: nearly a dozen people were hurt after a frightening attack at ohio state university. the questions that investigators are now trying to answer. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] >> no one covers new hampshire