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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
sean: good morning, everybody. thanks for waking up with us. i'm sean mcdonald. we could see slick roadways due to rainfall and falling temperatures. mount royal academy in sunapee has a two hour delay today. and the new england classical academy in clermont will not open its doors until 10:15 this morning. it is freezing temperatures causing problems. kevin: country to lower 30's in southern spots. everyone is below freezing initially. this precipitation is either wet snow in elevation. improvements should gradually improve after freezing rain. weather advisories posted through 10:00 this morning. not everything you are seeing is reaching the ground. what you see the best chances in southwestern areas of the state early. warm air and precipitation will
through the 30's and eventually into the 40's, later this afternoon, with the changing to rain. let's take a look at your tuesday morning right here in the granite state. we're joined live by 95.7 wzid's deb davidson. good morning, deb. deb: good morning, kevin. interstate 89 is looking ok as you make your way from concord up to lebanon. you need to be aware of scattered slick spots out there, especially from new london to the upper valley. be alert through there. no major problems. but be alert on the roads, especially interstate 91 and route 12, near keene and brattleboro. 101 looks ok coming across the state. but be careful around keene. this report brought to you by minuteman health. from the wzid traffic network, i am deb davidson. sean: topping our news a , childcare center in lee is now closed after a three-year-old child was found wandering along a nearby busy road.
wmur's ray brewer is here now to explain what happened, and how it is affecting other children at the facility. ray: sean his angels learning , academy closed down voluntarily after the incident, but that left 30 families scrambling to find care for their children right away. it was back on november 18, a man calling police, saying he had spotted a three-year-old child alone, walking up the ramp to route four from route 155 in lee -- a very busy area. while other witnes with the child, the man went and checked with the nearby daycare, confirming that the toddler had somehow wandered off. the child was unhurt 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 nine 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
violations for his angels learning academy, though state investigators did find a choking hazard over the summer that has since been fixed. now it is not known if the , daycare plans to reopen, or if the state will take any action because of this incident. in the studio, ray brewer, wmur news 9. sean: well the death of a , 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 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. >> blunt impacgt injuries, it's 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
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 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. video of her overdose last month went viral. her two-year-old daughter in and trying to wake her mother up. her attorney says mcgowan is now in a drug treatment program. >> she has entered a program. she is 67 days into that program. to now hold her on $10,000 cash bail in jail, when she is clearly not going to be able to post that, sets are back 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
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 after a student allegedly drove his car into a crowd, and then 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. officials are looking at posts on social media. janai: a threatening announcement before a terrifying assault. >> fire department this is osu. , we have a vehicle that struck several pedestrians. janai: according to law enforcement officials, a mere three minutes before the first call for help, 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.
>> be advised, we got a man with a knife running around, cutting people. janai: the fbi digging deeper to learn what pushed the somali immigrant overboard, leading to the attack in his adoptive country's homeland. doug: starting to get a text there was a shooter on campus. so they locked the building down. had us all go up to the third floor. janai: artan was recently profiled in the ohio state university campus newspaper, "the lantern," blaming the media 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. matt: certainly, the authorities need to treat this as a potential terrorist attack. janai: in all, 11 people hurt, one critically. police saying it may have been worse, were it not for the campus police officer who was in
chief stone: 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. janai: investigators believe the suspect acted alone, and was behind another facebook post writing "if you want us muslims , to stop carrying lone wolf attacks, then make peace." janai norman, abc news, washington. sean: still to come on news 9 "daybreak," helping hands. how local second graders raise hundreds of dollars to help victims of a fire in manchester. >> it is 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. in the next half hour, trees for troops. the number of local christmas trees that are now headed to
kevin: it is tuesday morning, november 29. a live look at the charter trust building in concord. 30 degrees and light precipitation moving in. it has been in the form of a couple o western parts of the state. other areas, either sleet or freezing rain. slick highways a possibility for the morning commute. we will have the details in your forecast coming up. sean: we do have a couple of school delays as a result of that. 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 20 people on spruce street. most who lived there are refugees from bhutan.
judy: it's really heartwarming that at such a young age, they know they can still make a difference, and they're being so kind. kamal: the generous kids from gossler park initiated this kind of event and programs. tika: we see this as a community when we grow together, and when somebody has a problem, we extend our helping hand. sean: staff and parents also chipped in, and combined, they were able to raise about $1700. 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 minivan, 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
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 -- as you heard -- loves it. and they want to thank everyone who helped out, calling it an answer to prayer. look at that. a nice effort. it is 6:13. coming up, coworkers rallying supp wildcat santa. plus, the new efforts getting
be noisy. be silent. be far. be joyful. be together. celebrate joy with dunkin's holiday-flavored coffees, espressos, and donuts. america runs on dunkin'. sean: welcome back, everybody. 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.
whom are also raising families. >> for our community members here at unh, we are looking for them to donate new and unwrapped toys, gift cards for older children, cash donations are always welcomed and wanted, and from our local business owners, possible donations of their services, because we do hold a raffle. sean: unh wildcat santa has been going on continuously since 1990. 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 10. a bedford dentist is accused of
paid. the state attorney general's office says that doctor marshall baldassarre reached a deal with investigators. he has now issued refund checks to more than 1600 patients, but is still trying to reach 200 others. he is also facing a fine. if he is unable to track down any patients, that money will be donated to charity. well people along the seacoast , now have a new choice for macaroni and cheese. mr. mac's is opening its new location on lafayette road today, marking their second location in new hampshire. small macaroni and cheese, and there will be other door prizes and giveaways. yummy, mac & cheese. 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
you hopefully, a more comfortable one will raise that percentage. kevin: you combined the lobster with the mac & cheese. sean: often done a restaurant's pleasing. did that make you hungry? kevin: yes, it did. developing and southwestern parts of the state, a little bit of moisture traveling northeast. it is not a take much on area roadways to cause an issue for higher hilltops. wet snow initially. for others, sleet or freezing rain. you are seeing that play out in dublin about an hour ago. that parking lot was dry. it now has a shiny sheen to it. a wintry mix eventually going over to rain. southern areas first. the north country in the afternoon.
evening. the next system arrives on its heels tomorrow afternoon. freezing rain advisories as well as winter weather advisory's. all of those posted through 10:00 this morning. you see the first band of moisture making its way through. not all of this is reaching the ground. a little bit of dry air. temperatures may slide back i a degree or two. any kind of form in the pink means it could be wet snow. they could be freeziai that is likely our reality, going from southwest to northeast. it will take several hours to change to rainfall in central parts of the state, and probably not until early afternoon up north. southern areas, that is likely the most freezing we will see. all of this centered around the morning commute in certain areas. not everyone across the state will see that today. highs late this afternoon and
anywhere from the 30's in the north country to 40's elsewhere. a building southeast wind will be around certain night, making it not quite as chilly. we will likely not see any freeze as the rainfall moves away tonight. a bit of a break tomorrow morning. more rainfall piles in tomorrow afternoon. it looks like a wet evening commute tomorrow, with pockets of heavier rainfall a possibility. a much-needed break later in the week. we talk friday and the weekend, we over to rainfall for the afternoon. rainfall most focused toward the afternoon and evening tomorrow. should settled on thursday, with partial clearing thereafter. could be mountain snow showers on friday with a northwesterly breeze. that is the air mass we will have in place. a chance monday or wednesday -- the map is battling out whether we will see rain or snow from the next system.
as a result, we want to mention a few school delays. mount royal academy in sunapee and the new england classical academy in claremont both have two-hour delays. and the newport montessori school is opening at 10:00 this morning. if you are heading out on the roadways, and you see slick conditions or wet, it could be slick, so be careful. let's check our top stories. here's ray brewer. ray: a day care in lee has voluntarily closed after a re wandering along a busy stretch of road on november 18. a man calling police, saying he spotted the child alone, walking up the ramp to route four from route 155 in lee. his angels learning academy closed voluntarily after the incident. the state bureau of childcare licensing and policeare 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. an autopsy yesterday showed that madison dana died from blunt impact injuries on sunday just
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 this not all reindeer tuesday, are ready to pull santa's sleigh. domino's pizza is now putting
, holding the brush in his mouth. you will see it here. but the ranch is raising money to build a new home so he can stay warm. kevin: he has already grown about five feet in the last year and will likely reach abour 18 feet tall within the next two years. sean: that is one tall tale. i would love to have one of those paintings. dominos pizza in japan is getting in the holiday spirit and looking to employ a new delivery service. check this thing out here. the company is now training reindeer at a driving school to deliver pizza in one of japan's snowiest areas, with a full rollout expected later this week. expected later this week. kevin: yes, you are saying the projections here. dominos says the reindeer will be equipped with gps devices so that customers can track their progress in real time. and they can make sure the owners do not lose the donkeys. sean: a half hour guarantee? kevin: a red nose for one of them in the front. sean: coming up in the next dramatic escape. half hour, what 3 sisters had to
>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 "daybreak." sean: good morning, everybody. tuesday, november 29. we have rain and a down and parts of the state in freezing conditions. 30 degrees and meredith, which could lead to slick conditions on the roads. kevin will talk about that in a moment. first, let's get to 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 about a homicide in berlin. authorities say a two-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
we mentioned possible slick conditions out there. we do have some school delays to tell you about this morning, the first of the season. mount royal academy in sunapee and the new england classical academy in claremont both have two-hour delays. newport schools have a two hour delay. and the newport montessori school will be opening at 10:00 this morning. we have this mix coming down with freezing temperatures. kevin: it has been arriving in southwestern and western areas first, continuing to navigate northeast from there. just enough to produce a bit of a glaze on area roadways. we have freezing rain advisories, winter weather advisory's through 10:00. you see that initial burst of moisture making its way into the lakes region. it is rainfall behind that. eventually, everything over to arraignment late morning and into the afternoon. temperatures at or below freezing initially, but climbing into the 30's through the day
afternoon. sean: tough time and with people getting to school and work. let's check out 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. good morning, deb. deb: good morning. interstate 93 is looking ok as you make your way through the southern part of the state. we are not seeing major delays, but it is getting visit by -- busy by exit three in windham. area, and to the upper valley. the careful in the western part of the state. some delays on interstate 91, especially through keene and brattleboro up to claremont. once you get to the lebanon and hanover area, very big delays, on that 89 and 91 interchange. be careful as you head out. this report is being brought to you by minuteman health. from the wzid traffic network
is closed this morning as police and the bureau of childcare licensing investigate an incident involving a child. 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? ray: sean 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. on november 18, lee police say a three-year-old child was found walking alone on route 155, heading up the ramp to route four. the speed limit in this area is 40 mph. 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.
started calling her last week, when they found out their center was shutting down. after taking in nine of the 30 families that reached out to her, she had to turn some away. johanna: 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 children to get comfortable. johanna it has been so amazing : to walk around the building, and 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. johanna: this was a terrible mistake and oversight, but it is not to be sensationalized. ray: childcare licensing is
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: ray, thanks. 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 lile dana, died from blunt impact injuries. emergency crews were called to madison's home on york street on 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
the hospital. she fell off a bunk bed and hit her head off the floor. sean: investigators believe this 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 unsupe the maternal grandfather of the two children, duwayne erickson, says his heart is broken over 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.
charged with endangering the welfare of a child and criminal restraint. >> i am very sick over it, and -- this, i did not want to happen. 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 u-haul trucks. nashua police say the trucks were stolen from the u-haul on 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.
fire, and then in a few minutes, the whole place was burning. >> the place was engulfed. it was -- 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 18-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 a broken arm. a 37-year-old woman was also rescued from the burning house. the cause under investigation. 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 reform from top to bottom. a ribbon-cutting ceremony is being held today for the new david t. barrett marine patrol headquarters in gilford. the facility, located on dock
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. that is this morning. a holiday tradition in bethlehem is benefiting military families in georgia. this is the 12th year of the trees for troops program. nearly 600 trees from new hampshire and vermont were donated by local businesses and tree farms. the trees were loaded onto now being shipped to military families at a base in georgia. >> i am doing this because it is really great to have the veterans served, because they protect us. so we have to -- we are going to have to repay than somehow. >> to know that i am making a true copy, or a troop's family happy, is really nice.
solicited donations, tagged all the trees, and will be writing all of the thank you notes. good for them. coming up on "daybreak," 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: a light wintry mix out there early this morning, making some roadways slick. eventually a change to rain. on the internet? if so, you could soon be taxed for streaming.
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kevin: 29. temperatures at or below freezing as life moisture makes its way through. it has been in the form of sleet , wet snowflakes, and even freezing rain early, eventually transitioning to all rain, which we will have for the evening commute. temperatures in the 30's in the north country, 40's elsewhere. we look beyond the slick roads to another area of rain moving in tomorrow, coming up. sean: we are following a developing story out of colombia. police say dozens are dead after
people on board, including a brazilian first-division soccer team that was heading to colombia for a regional tournament. authorities say at this point, only five people survived. they say the plane declared an emergency due to an electrical failure before it went down. 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. 11 people were injured before the attacker was shot and killed by police. now, we're hearing some of the 911 calls that were made during the attack. >> franklin county 911. caller: yeah. i'm on the ohio state campus. there's been a -- i think there's some type of terror attack. quick slide? caller: because the guy ran across through a crowd of students.
>> the fire alarm went out. a guy in a honda civic ran through the crowd. he had a knife and he was running down people. my god. sean: all of the victims are expected to survive. investigators say, at this point, they cannot 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 traveled to an area where zika is circulating. 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
well 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 council in pasadena, california 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. turning now to 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 pulled away. isaiah thomas led the way with 25 points, and handed out eight assists, while avery bradley added 18 points. six celtics players finished in double figures, and boston went
well the top college basketball , team in the country played in the bahamas last night. kentucky and arizona state were in the atlantis showcase. wenyen gabriel blocked a shot in the first half. then the freshman, from manchester, new hampshire, went baseline for two, off the glass. gabriel finished with 10 points, seven rebounds, and two blocks. kentucky went on to win this game 115-69. attention, football fans out there. bowl tickets for life. yes. a very willy wonka style way here. the beer sponsor of the nfl has randomly placed gold super bowl 51 cans in select beer cases. striking gold is only the first step. you then need to enter a sweepstakes by taking a picture with the can and posting it on social media. see what is happening there. the winner of the super bowl tickets for life will be notified in mid-january.
super bowl's. kevin: as you mentioned in the last hour, this is a chance to see a lot more patriot games. sean: a lot of patriots football going to happen over the next two decades or so. tom brady will be there until he is 65. kevin: i imagine him throwing the ball even underwater. he is not going anywhere anytime soon. -- throwing the ball even in a walker. he is not going anywhere anytime soon. a couple of wet snowflakes. freezing rain. it has not been much, but it has been enough. it has lasted just long enough to create slick spots in area roadways. the main issues have been in western and southwestern parts of the state, where you have seen that develop on some untreated surfaces. factor in a little extra time. enter weather advisories as well as freezing rain advisories until 10:00 this morning. that is where the main issues
navigating northeast from concord up through the lakes region and the upper valley, as it gets into the white mountains. could the wet snow involved. back to the west, a lot more rain or sleep. i suspect as we go through the next several hours, the colder precipitation type going over to rainfall in southern areas, while you get farther north into central and northern areas, it may be a little more stubborn, especially in the north country, where you may hang mix even in the afternoon. the time being, light freezing rain or sleet in southern parts of the state. that being reported from salem through concord, back through jaffrey and dublin, and even keene. central parts of the state just getting going in the last half hour. the mountains are not going to be rate. maybe five hundredths of an inch of precipitation, but it does not take much with temperatures
roadways. the precipitation will start filling in as the day moves along. it will be mainly rain late morning into the afternoon. the southern half of the state, the wintry mix continue through a portion of the afternoon, before eventually getting into the mid-30's. the high temperatures probably not realized until 8:00 or 9:00 this evening, as temperatures gradually warm on a southeast wind through the day today. pockets of heavier rainfall in time for the evening commute. tomorrow, a brief break, and another round of precipitation, mainly in the form of rain, with temperatures in the 40's late tomorrow afternoon, continuing through tomorrow evening. all told, could be an inch of rain fall out of these systems making their way through. maybe a small accumulation up north this morning. otherwise, it is rainfall. partial clearing thursday. near normal temperatures for this time of year starting on friday. partly sunny skies for the weekend.
lower 40's. sean: you could see glazing on the roadways. today is giving and people tuesday. across the country will be helping all kinds of important causes. with 2016 being a record year for weather-related disasters the red cross is asking the public to open up their hearts and wallets. if you donate to the american red cross before midnight, your gift will be matched. the children's hospital at dartmouth is also asking people to give the gift of healing and health to thous this holiday season. to donate, head to chadkids.org/ givingtuesday. there are all kinds of ways to help out. a homeless man in california is trying to make the best of a bad situation. he set up what he calls a luxury pad underneath a freeway bridge. the man has a kitchen, a living room, and a bathroom. >> i made a jacuzzi out of the
busy area. since then, his angels learning academy has closed voluntarily, but the state and police are still investigating. sean: we are learning news details about a homicide in berlin. authorities say a two-year-old girl died after suffering blunt impact injuries. now, the attorney general's office is trying to determine how those injuries happened. so far, no arrests have been made. a salem mother 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 she is charged with child endangerment. kevin: temperatures at or below freezing. any moisture out of the clouds early this morning, as soon as it gets to the area roadways and the untreated surfaces, it could be slick out there. you are numerous reports of slick highways in central and western parts of the state. from there, we warm into the 30's and 40's today. that will lead us to rainfall for the afternoon.
roadway, it could be closing -- it could be dangerous. we have closings on our website. coming up next on "good morning america," the latest on that developing story we've been following in columbia. police say dozens are dead after a plane crashed overnight. that was in a mountainous area. the plane had 81 people on board, including a brazilian soccer team. there are reports that five people survived. ready to head out when others head home. at eversource, we prepare for ugly weather all year long... upgrading technology, managing vegetation, improving how we get information to you because we know you're counting on us. we're ready for winter, and we want to make sure you're ready, too. visit eversource.com to learn more and sign up for storm updates. and be sure to follow us on facebook and twitter.
good morning, america. breaking news, a deadly plane crash. at least 75 people killed after a flight carrying this soccer team plummets to the ground. at least five people make it out alive. emergency responders searching for more survivors right now. state of emergency, mass evacuations as dozen southeast. >> if you are a person that prays we could use your prayers. >> an aquarium with more than 10,000 animals abandoned as orange haze surrounds resort after resort. the growing fires threatening dolly parton's theme park. 100 homes burning as firefighters pour in to battle the blazes. new details about what may have turned this honor student into a terrorist going on a rampage with his car then slashing people injuring 11. >> he was trying to hurt as many as he could.