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good morning, america. two major stories breaking overnight. >> this is matthew. pray for us? trail of destruction. at least 11 killed as hurricane matthew tears through the caribbean sweeping away town, unleashing raging floods. >> the deadly storm taking aim at the u.s. now. a hurricane warning in florida. >> destruction through north carolina. millions of americans on alert preparing to evacuate. gas going fast, stations sold out. stores running out of supplies. our team tracking the monster storm right now. and a fiery face-off. insults and interruptions at the vice presidential debate. >> and dho-- >> senator, i think i'm still on my time.
and their running mates. >> the insult-driven campaign -- >> i'm just saying facts about your running mate and i know you can't defend him. >> both clair victory overnight while hillary clinton and donald trump prepare for their next face-off. our powerhouse political team here to break it all down. and good morning, america. two big stories developing this wednesday morning. starting out with that debate last night. tuesday night fight night for the vice presidential candidates. they shook hands there but feisty throughout the 90 minutes and right now that massive storm barreling towards the u.s. >> that's right, george. all eyes on matthew. look at this picture. the storm stretching 700 miles wide taking aim at the southeast. >> this is a huge storm and four states, florida through the carolinas already under states
fema today as millions of americans now prepare to evacuate. >> yeah, already on the move and the deadly storm slammed into haiti and cuba. team coverage from the center of the storm and right to ginger with matthew's path right now in right now category 3 storm, matthew, north of cuba, its urgent target is the southeast obamas lew will move north at 10 miles an hour and nudge northwesterly why nassau and freeport both in the warni while warnings right here at home, vero beach to ft. lauderdale on alert. melbourne, lana parrilla, daytona beach in that watch including jacksonville and just because you haven't seen a watch issued yet if you're in georgia, south carolina or north carolina, it'll come. this is all a function of time and we're looking for a thursday night into friday southeast florida and friday into saturday as it makes up through the north carolina area and out by sunday, extensive wind damage, rainfall and storm surge a whole lot more, the timing of the path in just moments.
states, hurricane matthew setting its sights on the bahamas, the southern islands bracing for heavy wind, rain and what could be devastating flooding and alex perez is in nassau for us this morning. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning. the bankrupt of the storm expected to hit here in the bahamas tonight. but overnight, the storm making landfall in cuba. here in the bahamas officials say they are preparing for a catastrophic worst case scenario. the prime minister says no island will be spared. now, offls residents to safety and evacuate tourists. there are some 3600 tourists on the aisle, about 1600 have already been evacuated. officials say they will be watching everything here very closely. george. >> okay, alex, thanks. in haiti the destruction severe. officials warning of a life and death situation. abc's linsey davis is in port-au-prince right now. good morning, linsey. >> reporter: good morning, george. still a bit of rain here. a hurricane warning does remain
while the capital city largely dodged a bullet there are rural areas that are absolutely devastated and fears remain for mudleads, and possibly cholera. winds reaching 145 miles an hour tearing through haiti. category 4 hurricane bringing torrential rainfall. the coastal town here swept away by flooding. flash floods ripping through villages cross the rushing waters. you can see the river absolutely raging. it's already 15 feet higher from where it would normally. police closed down the bridge. people in this village are unable to make it to port-au-prince by car. the damage could be catastrophic in rural areas. the majority of people live in makeshift homes. before the storm struck authorities tried evacuating the most vulnerable but many refused
rain, mudslides. this morning assessing all the damage in the impoverished country is proving difficult with communications cut off in many areas after bridging gave way and roads became impassable. standing water and mounds of trash fill several streets in the capital city. the haitian government asked the u.s. government for help in their relief effort. though, the full toll and devastation here on this island is not yet known. the death toll caribbean is now up to at least 11. george. >> okay. linsey davis, boy, what a horrible situation down there in haiti. >> a lot of concern there, george, but also a lot of concern here at home as well. as we mentioned the carolinas, georgia and florida all under states of emergency and millions are preparing to evacuate ahead of matthew. abc's gio benitez is in miami. good morning, gio. >> reporter: michael, good morning to you. we have those state of emergency declarations but we also have those hurricane warnings and
start in just 36 hours. this morning, millions from the florida keys to the carolina coast bracing for the worst. south carolina governor nikki haley joining north carolina, florida and georgia to declare a state of emergency. ordering all 1 million coastal residents to begin evacuating. >> and make sure you get out of harm's way. >> reporter: traffic piling up last night after it was announced starting at 3 p.m. today 100 miles of i-26 east will be you won't be able to get back in. with gas going fast, drivers are forming long lines to fuel up, stocking up on propane and plywood. >> we jumped to four different stations and no gas. >> reporter: the short supplies even triggering panic at the pump. some people even calling 911. police urging residents to be patient. food and water supplies dwindling by the minute. >> crazy, all the water gone.
up. >> reporter: matthew could be the biggest mass evacuation america has seen since floyd in 1999 when 2.6 million residents in five states were ordered from their homes. and you may remember the el faro disaster, a ship that sank a year ago during a hurricane that killed 33 people. well, oreos this morning that the company may be sending another ship into this storm's path. no doubt this is a huge concern, guys. >> all right, gio, thank >> it certainly s i used to live in charles, south carolina and i know for a fact they take hurricanes seriously. a reason it's called the low country. many are below sea level and the entire southeastern coastline is at risk along with charleston. to ginger with a look at the storm's path. >> and, amy, i want to get straight to that track. of course, it comes through the bahamas and as a category 4 the current track has it thursday night into early friday morning
parallel and hugs along the coast right through southeast georgia. close to charleston and wilmington and, of course, where this track takes it out to sea, the national hurricane center puts this together and that is exactly where we'll go now, to the director. dr. rick knabb. no direct landfall but there will still be huge impact, right? >> right. we don't know for sure if matthew is going to come ashore in the u.s. starting with the potential in florida or it is possible that the core could come ashore in the hurricane warning area, in particular, so people need to be preparing for the possibility of a major hurricane coming ashore but even if the center stays offshore you could still have hurricane conditions on the coast, you don't have to be near the center of the storm to be at the center of action in land areas. >> i think that's exactly what people need to here. the heavy rain, storm surge, even though you're not right in it, it can affect you.
thank you. that heavy rain we're talking about want to show it to you graphically. six plus inch, guys so you could see ten plus in some of these coastal area, you add the waves, the wipz, that surge, this could be bad even if it just hugs parallel. >> we'll come back to that later. right now the race for the white house and all the fallout from the first and only debate for the vice presidential candidates with 34 days until the final toe-to-toe and tom llamas has more from farmville, virginia. >> reporter: two very different styles last night at the debate. senator tim kaine aggressive, forcing governor mike pence to defend donald trump's policies and his statements. the debate was heated at times but also very difficult to watch with all the interruptions. in a combative 90 minutes, the
other showing they too know how to fight. >> six types tonight i have said to governor pence i can't imagine how you can defend your running mate's position on one issue after the next. and in all six cases he's refused to defend -- >> don't put words in my mouth. >> reporter: from the start senator tim kaine playing attack dog mentioning donald trump around 165 times, spouting what sounded like rehearsed attacks. >> you want a you're hire president in hilry president in donald trump. >> reporter: governor mike pence on defense but not losing his cool. >> well, first, let me say i appreci appreciated you're hired, you're fired thing and used that a whole lot and your running mate used a lot of -- kaine kept firing regardless if it was the same attack. >> he called mexicans rapists and criminals. he called them rapists and
rapists and criminals. >> you whipped out that mexican thing again. -- >> can you defend it. >> there are criminal aliens in this country, tim, who have come into this country illegally who are perpetrating violence. >> reporter: also frustrated debate moderator elaine quijano. >> a trump supremist. >> i think i'm still on my time. >> reporter: constantly having to break up the back and forth. >> gentlemen -- >> you can't meet -- >> the people a when you speak over each other. >> reporter: front and center trump's tax issues claiming a $915 million loss. >> used it the way he was supposed to and -- >> how do you know that. you haven't seen his taxes. >> because he's created a business worth billion of the dollars in how do you know that. >> reporter: pence putting the spotlight back on kaine and clinton claiming the democrats were turning the race into an
things you said he said in the way you said he said them, he still wouldn't have a fraction of the insults that hillary clinton leveled when she said that half of our supporters were a basket of deplorables. >> tom, pretty polished performance from mike pence and we know trump was tweeting during the debate said he thought pence did a good job but wondered if he was rankled when he did not defend trump and record. >> reporter: it's still unclear. the trump campaign was saying governor mike pence clearly won that debate and right after the debate trump sent a couple of tweets first saying mike pence won big. we should all be proud of mike. but in the middle of the debate he seemed to be trolling senator tim kaine retweeting this, kaine looks like an evil crook out of the "batman" movies. >> love those retreats. thanks very much. reaction from the clinton campaign to last night's debate. abc's cecilia vega also there.
good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: good morning. i guess it's no surprise the clinton xafrp is declaring victory, a big win for them too and spin is in full effect. this, tim kaine, after the debate, he showed up at a watch party, all smiles and you can see him right there. take a listen to what he told reporters after that debate. >> it was intense. it was intense, it was awesome. it was the fastest 90 minutes of the clinton campaign, you know, they say kaine's job was one thing, he had to hold mike pence accountable for donald trump's comments and his policies and they say he did that. you heard him in tom's story talk about mexicans are rapists repeatedly and brought it up four times, a repeated line of attack but the clinton camp, one aide is saying not even pence could defend donald trump. they say that the onus was on mike pence to shift the focus of
trump's performance in that last debate and say he fell short of that overnight? one of the other big headlines from last night were all of those interruptions, kaine taking some heat for that. >> reporter: yeah, he certainly is, even from clinton allies. you know, former chief obama strategist david axelrod said it did not serve him well but one kaine aide told me he did what a vice president is supposed to do on that stage, fought the fight, guys. they say he took one for the team. >> all right, cecilia vega, thanks so much. what everyone is talking about this morning and abc's jon karl is covering the debate. good morning, jon. >> reporter: good morning, michael. for all the talk of donald trump interrupting hillary clinton. these two talked over each other more. especially tim kaine who found himself repeatedly scolded by the moderator. take a listen. >> i know you can't -- >> senator, please, this is the governor's two minutes. >> don't put my words in my mouth.
i'm happy to defend him and most of what you said is completely false -- >> senator, please, this is governor pence's two minces. >> reporter: we crunched the numbers. pence interrupted kaine 40 times but kaine interrupted pence almost twice as often 70 times almost two for every minute he spoke and kept the fact checkers busy. on several occasions he denied donald trump said things he did say and this stood inarguably, vladimir putin is a better leader than president obama. >> that is absolutely inaccurate. >> and i just think a guy -- >> said he's been stronger on the world stage. >> no, he said leader. >> reporter: but pence did say it and he said it less than a month ago. >> i think it's inarguable that vladimir putin has been a stronger leader in his country than barack obama has been in
while pence wins points on style in this debate there were several points where he was, let's just say, george, list than factual. >> okay, jon karl, thanks very much. let's talk about more with matthew dowd and cokie roberts and pick up on the point jon was making there. mike pence, cool, calm and collected through most of the debate. tim kaine on the attack and putting his points on the board so in the end was there a winner. >> i think it depends how you judge it. i think mike pence came out ahead but didn't help the ticket. didn't help donald trump. himself but he helped hillary clinton. mike pence to me was a little bit like a running back that runs well with the ball but doesn't block for the quarterback and let the quarterback get sacked a number of times and that's donald trump. >> here we go with sports analogies. >> you knew it was coming. >> i think he actually -- pence actually did help with the conservatives who were nervous about donald trump. he was calm, cool, collected. a solid conservative and will
comfortable. kaine helped with women particularly at the end where he talked about roe versus wade and women's ability to make choices themselves. >> so they were each speaking to their bases so it shows where this campaign is going in the final 34 day, matthew dowd. they're not really worried much about the voters who are sort of undecided right now. each side is really trying to speak to their base and get them energized. >> i think they decided which is probably an accurate assessment that the undecided probably won't vote. the either candidate. don't trust either and is not connected to the campaign and all about movement and watch the polls and they move based upon whose supporters are most energized. right now hillary clinton's supporters have caught up to donald trump and i don't think that changed last night. >> cokie, i won't doctor what donald trump can take away coming up sunday night. mike pence in many ways did what donald trump should have done, not take the bait. >> and if he had done it with the momentum he had going into that debate, he'd be in a much
he has trouble not taking the bait. people get under his skin and he gets mad. >> donald trump doesn't need to settle substance but figure out the right style and tone. >> this might be his last big chance sunday. >> there's two left but as they go, the ratings drop. he has to win this or it's very difficult for him to win this election. >> that's a town hall debate with our martha raddatz and it is going to be an interesting one for trump to handle because he can't get citizen like he gets mad at us. >> thank you both very much. that is sunday night right here on abc. as cokie said martha raddatz co-moderating with anderson cooper of cnn and i'll anchor the live coverage at 9:00 eastern. now back to ginger. >> that's what we'll do. anyone from virginia to maine, this is for you. the latest computer modeling taking that trough we've been talking about and pushing it out to sea so bad for the southeast.
england. kevin: patchy dense fog in western and northern areas and estate and spots elsewhere. that will continually burn off any next hour or two leading us to sunshine and a warming trend through the end of the week where temperatures into the 70 starting tomorrow. today, starting off chilly, through the afternoon, after fog burns off eventually back to the mid and upper-60's and pushing
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? welcome back to "gma." you are looking live at hurricane matthew on the move. this storm headed towards the u.s. after hitting haiti and cuba now barreling north. millions of americans preparing to evacuate facing threats of heavy wind and potentially devastating floods. team coverage this morning? all across the all eyes on the race for president and face-off overnight, vice presidential debate, tim kaine and mike pence going head to head taking aim at donald trump and hillary clinton. 4 days until the electric. a new report allows yahoo of u using the government to spy on its customers and scanning hundreds of e-mails because of a government demand. yahoo! said it complies with the laws of the united states.
toronto blue jays and enwin encarnacion hit a walkoff home run leading his team to an 11th inning victory and putting them into the series and tonight the san francisco giants will take on the new york mets. >> knew in an instant. >> oh, yeah. >> our executive producer told us the yankees are where they among, out of the playoffs. >> ooh. >> why did you just throw michael under the bus. >> >> you know where he lives, right? okay. we have a lot to get to, first the latest on that hot car trial where a father is facing murder charges for leaving his son in a scorching suv for hours and now video showing his reaction to the death is raising big questions and steve osunsami has the details from the courtroom. >> reporter: in court this morning, jurors will hear more from witnesses who saw the moment when justin ross harris bailed into this parking lot on
>> i heard the car coming, brakes screeching, yelling going on. >> reporter: during opening statements harris' attorney says this is when he discovers the lifeless body of his son in the backseat of his suv still strapped in a rear facing car seat after more than seven hours in the hot car. >> that little boy, he loved more than anything. cooper's debt was an accident. >> reporter: he cried in court reliving the day charged murder and second degree child cruelty pleading not guilty saying it was an accident. >> he has always acknowledged this was his fault, that he was responsible but what you're going to see during this trial is that responsible isn't the same thing as criminal. >> reporter: but police are testifying that harris didn't look remorseful and shared video from inside this police cruiser where they say he seemed more concerned about the air-conditioning than his dead
>> he immediately complained about how hot it was in my vehicle. >> reporter: harris' attorneys point to another piece of video from the same cruiser. >> oh, my god, oh, my god. >> reporter: prosecutors say harris left his son to die on purpose because he wanted a child-free life and had been sexting with other women that day. they say he knew the heat could kill after watching videos online. a point his lawyers deny. >> you see a child left alone in a vehicle, please call 911. >> reporter: harris is now expected to take the stand and share that she too thinks this was an accident. >> our thanks to steve osunsami for that report. joining us now nancy grace, the host of "nancy grace" on hlm and, nancy, so many dramatic moments in day one of testimony. what stood out most to you? >> well, i find it very ironic that he, justin ross harris started crying during his defense's opening statements
realized, realized his son was dead he never shed a tear. another thing that struck me is this, maybe i'm projecting but i recently lost my father and i remember there in the hospital they said, okay, you can leave now and there was just something innate, i did not want to leave him. justin ross harris had no problems leaving his child's body. he left him there and a lot has been made of justin ross harris' sexting including allegedly to an underage girl. do i like that, no. i want to hold my nose at it but that does not a murderer make. what will be more probative or helping the state prove their case is if they can come through with what was alleged in some of the search warrants that he had actually been searching how long does it take an animal or a dog
was he searching a new life, child-free? and another thing, i drove that exact drive that he took that morning. he went into chick-fil-a with his son. not a drive-through. they all saw the son, cooper, happy, laughing. put him back in the car, he had less than two minutes to drive. what, he forgot his son was alive in two minutes? how can that be? it can't. >> you evidence that we'll hear from the prosecution. inner its of the defense you heard in steve's report that harris' ex-wife is going to take the stand. what do you think that will do to bolt ter the account? she's expected to say it is an accident and supports her ex-husband. >> okay, this is what i would do. if i were the prosecution i would not call her and i'll tell you why. because if you let the defense call her, then you'll have her on cross-examination.
gauntlet and said, look, the state is not going to call her, we will. okay, great, call her. i'd rather have her on cross-examination. what do i think of her? "a," she says she -- she doesn't believe this was intentional. it was an accident. that her husband that she knows so well would never have done that. well, did he know he was with hookers? did she know he was cheating? >> if she didn't know that much how does she know he won't lie to save his >> a lot coming up in the court case. nancy grace, thanks so much for joining us, as always. >> thank you. michael, you got the big board. >> i got the big board. coming up, ben stiller's secret health battle. how he discovered he had cancer. the test he says saved his life. we're back in two minutes to talk about that. >> yeah. on my long-term control medicine. i talked to my doctor and found a missing piece
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let's start with our own dr. richard besser right here and the story plays off ben stiller. he's opened up about a recent bout with prostate cancer. diagnosed two years ago, aggressive form of cancer and talked about it with howard stern. >> at first i didn't know what was going to happen. so i was scared. you know, i was scared. i didn't know -- you know, the one thing it does, it just stops everything in your life when you get a diagnosis of cancer. i was really lucky. as i learned pore about prostate cancer, i learned that, you know, i was someone who had a case that c >> because it's too late. >> they discover it too late. >> so, rich, he says he was really lucky. this test was necessary for him. he wouldn't have discovered it. otherwise, but there's a real debate about this test in so he had a psa test, a screening test for prostate cancer. would have been high. they would have done a biopsy and found this. but this is a really tricky question. you know, there's no medical organization that recommends that all men have this done and the government panel recommends
so it's a tricky issue and here's why. most prostate cancer is very slow growing and will cause no harm but this test detecting all prostate cancer. and if you have positive and you have surgery you're convinced it saved your life but the studies looking at psa testing showed little if any effect at all in deaths from prostate cancer and the surgery and raid dwrags from prostate cancer very high complication rate, 0% to 30% of men are left with sexual >> there's so much controversy surround this test. what do you think? what do you think a man should do. >> you'll weigh it differently. people will hear ben's story and say, wow, i want that test. you never want to have this unless you sit down with your doctor and say, let's talk about the pros and cons. a lot say do the test and get a result then left with, well, it's a little high. what should we do? wow, i didn't think about that
aggressive and it's not absolutely essential but what's the harm in taking the test? >> the problem is that 80, 90% of men told when they have a high value go on to have the biopsy. why not, let's do that test and if shows a problem almost all men have their prostate out. not just a blood test, it leads to other things that could have harm. >> wow. well, tricky. i got to think about that. now to good news for tennis her two-year doping ban reduced to 15 months and overnight the grand slam winner sounding off about it on "charlie rose." take a look. >> i was so shocked in the first place because i was taking a substance that was completely legal for ten years and then all of a sudden i'm sitting in my bedroom, i get an e-mail from the itf saying, i had this violation. i just thought how could i have not known this? there were so many ways i could
>> well, abc news contributor christine brennan joining us now. christine, you hear what maria sharapova said, i didn't know. there's so many ways i should have known but she was suspended. do you think they did the right thing by reducing her sentence? >> michael, i do not. i believe that she should have served the full to two-year suspension, rules are rules. if you want to have rules and want to have drug testing, she twice failed the drug test for it and this notion she says, i known? she received up to five e-mails in december of last year telling her this drug was about to be banned and took it for ten year, a performance enhancer. now she says she's opening e-mails. i like maria sharapova a lot and she's great for the game but this is the dog ate my homework. >> isn't it a debate over that? you say it is. she says it isn't and, rich, i
this. what does it do. >> it was developed in latvia to improve endurance and it's believed that it helps you recover -- well, you know, there's not a lot of science that shows it's works but taken for that reason and because it supposedly helps you recover from your workout faster and lets you go longer. whether or not it truly does that is uncertain. that's why people use it. >> wow. >> thank you, guys, both and christine brennan. last night's little different way. social media erupted taking aim at the candidates and jon karl back with more on that and they were having a lot of fun with this on twitter, jon. >> absolutely, i think the funniest moment of the debate actually was when the republican party on their website declared mike pence the clear winner. now, george, that may not be surprising, but they posted that before the debate started. oops. so that really is -- stuck out for me and this moment during
>> donald trump can't start a twitter war with miss universe without shooting himself in the foot. he loves dictators and has a permanent mt. rushmore. vladimir putin, kim jong-un. moammar ghadhafi and saddam hussein. >> so, george, michael, i used to live about two miles from mt. rushmore. after that i spent a fair amount of time trying to imagine kim jong-un on that. >> well, you lived near mt. rure [ laughter ] >> well, you know, there are a lot of funny tweets going around after a debate but do you have a favorite? >> yeah, there were a lot of good ones but this one caught my eye. check this out. if i wanted to watch two white dudes bicker near a woman named ela elaine, i would just watch "seinfeld." >> i thought that was excellent. >> did you watch?
entertaining. >> christine, did you watch? >> i did watch a part and just surprised donald trump did not have another tweet storm at 3:00 this the morning and disappointed in him he wasn't able to do that in michael, why did baltimore not pitch zach britton, what was that all about. >> i was watching the debate. i wasn't watching the game. i'm sorry. >> you guys are channel surfing just about like everybody else. >> christine was the tweets not coming. all of you, thank you for being with us. coming up, new concerns after that kim kardashian robbery. did her social media posts that may have made her vulnerable. you'll want to pay attention
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that some people want to share it with you. >> reporter: something the kardashian family has talked about on their reality show. >> kylie is snapchatting and not concerned about our location being known. >> reporter: security experts say it's not just stars who might be inadvertently sharing too much. this man was sentenced to eight years behind bars after using instagram to find the addresses of 33 women stealing their jewelry and laptops. >> he was able to openly browse the dif platforms and find photographs and place them onto a map and drive to the victims' location sflz what should you do? >> if you're taking a picture, it might not say this has been taken in new york city but it carries that information behind it. >> reporter: some of the biggest potential danger, geotagging your post and keeping cell phone location data switched on. >> reporter: another tip, delay your post to show where you were
people say it could have been an inside job and investigating what might have happened. you're giving up your location every single time. >> go ahead. >> don't instagram. >> oh, george. >> oh, george. >> come on, george. >> so sister-in-lawle with him. >> always so simple. >> i didn't know about this at all. when i first started i didn't fro it was geotagged until one of the followers say you know your location is coming up. >> someone said to me. you told us exactly where you are and i freaked out and >> don't instagram, george. >> there you go. coming up next here on "gma," hurricane matthew turning toward the u.s., the southeast on alert. ginger following it all and "dancing" drama after two couples booted and babyface is here live. ? long time coming ? they can tell what i'm thinking, just by looking in my eyes.
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>> now from wmur news 9. erin: in massachusetts man facing charges in connection with a deadly crash in new durham. a grand jury indicted 22-year-old christopher riley on two counts of negligent homicide. court documents say riley was under the influence of drugs when he crashed into a car on route 11 back in september of 2015. two people inside that car, 83-year-old oo 80-year-old sally carter, died from their injuries. new hampshire's haitian community is coming together to help victims of hurricane matthew. many members are still waiting to hear from their loved ones in storm-ravaged haiti. the full extent of the damage is clear due to poor communication, blocked roads, and washed-out bridges. first haitian baptist church in manchester in holding a fundraiser for the hurricane victims this saturday. they are asking people to donate clothing, food, and money.
visiting our website, wmur.com. we are expecting it some of those remnants to make their way up north, right? kevin: there is a chance from a front coming in from the west will try to scoop up the moisture that most of the mets have been slowing down matthew raonic and it may not link up with the front in time for the holiday weekend for us. patchy, dense fog for us come otherwise sunshine. in the early fog giving way to sunshine, three degrees or four degrees warmer this afternoon and the warming trend continues -- ahead of a front that arrives on saturday. 40's initially and if you upper-30's overnight. fog will burn up -- burn off in the western parts, temperatures in the 60's this afternoon. upper-60's to mid-70's highs tomorrow and friday, both days
weekend and eventually the front in the midwest approaches on saturday which could lead us to a passing shower but matthew at the present time stays well enough to our south and we have a pretty good holiday weekend on tap. erin: we will see you in 25 min. we will
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. and hurricane matthew slaps into haiti. it's on the move north towards the united states and states of emergency from the florida to the carolinas. millions of americans racing to evacuate. our team tracks the latest. michael j. fox on a mission to battle those battling parkinson's. how his family is making him stronger and how those "back to the future" shoes could help find a cure. two couples out of "dancing with the stars." >> this season is the hardest season ever with "dancing with the stars." >> vanilla ice, witney and babyface and allison saying good-bye. >> they flew all night to say --
and good morning, america. a lot to get to this wednesday morning. we are tracking hurricane matthew. it's still a major threat coming towards the united states. ginger with the latest on that. we have team coverage on that storm already 700 miles wide right now. four states in the southeast under states of emergency. and millions of americans are getting ready to evacuate. there you see the long lines of people lined up to fill up at gas stations. >> yeah, before the storm. look at wiped clean. that's in florida where people are preparing themselves for matthew. >> okay, right to paula faris with the morning rundown. hurricane matthew at this hour talking about hurricane matthew punlling towards the east coast evacuations are getting under way and in florida and in south carolina where up to a million people are being urged to head at least 100 miles inland. it has caused what's being described as catastrophic damage
away. the water shoulder high in some areas. communication to parts of the country completely cut off. and now it's bearing down on the bahamas and ginger has the latest on the storm track in good morning. we got the update from the national hurricane center, category 3 storm max sustained winds have dropped to 115 miles per hour. still on hurricane warning through the bahamas, also ft. lauderdale, west palm batch through melbourne to daytona beach, jacksonville and orlando and it hugs close to florida thursday night, friday morning. friday through saturday parts of georgia into north carolina and later in the weekend that's where it goes and we'll update you. we want to check in with gio benitez in south florida where the governor is asking them to prepare for the worst. gio. >> reporter: good morning.
place. those mean that conditions can start in just 36 hours. but we also have state of emergency declarations in four states. georgia, florida, north carolina and south carolina and in south carolina we're seeing massive traffic. people asked to leave the coast. 1 million people and after 3 p.m. they won't be able to get back to the coast. we're seeing panic at the pump. so many trying to get gas but officials right now are just saying to be calm, be patient. there will be enough gas, they if you're anywhere along this coast, you just need to be prepared. paula, back to you. >> just be vij laments, thank you. the other big story in politics, reaction coming in to last night's combative vice presidential debate. donald trump's running mate mike pence remained largely unflappable while tim kaine jumped to hillary clinton's defense and attacked trump. kaine claiming that trump is unfit to be in control of the
interesting about nuclear proliferation back in the 1980s. he said the problem with nuclear proliferation is that some fool or maniac could trigger a catastrophic event. and i think that's who governor pence's running mate is. >> oh come on. >> who ronald reagan warned us about. >> kaine repeatedly challenged him to defend his most inflammatory comments but pence refused to take the bait. instead took direct aim at >> if donald trump had said all the things that you said he said in the way you said he said them, he still wouldn't have a fraction of the insults that hillary clinton leveled when she said that half of our supporters were a basket of deplorables. >> reporter: now pence and kaine interrupted each other more than 100 times. felt a little bit more than that in case you were upts could go. one sign of a good night for
kaine. sadly no rematch between the two but four days till the big showdown between hillary clinton and donald trump co-moderated by martha raddatz. >> sunday night and now time for "pop news," lara. >> thank you very much, george. good morning. lady gaga is getting game day ready for the super bowl halftime show, a little early but ready rereel vrieling her prep might not be different from the players themselves. she's taking ice baths il stray? >> i talked to her about it. she was on fox and she said she dips her head all the way under. i would just go waist below. she's tougher than me. >> for her voice. >> it's for your whole body. it just feels like it reinnovreinnovate or reinvigorates your whole body. >> you still do it. >> no. >> taylor swift, great news.
inked a multimillion dollar with at&t to help do their supersaturday night show in houston the night before the game and making her fans' wildest dreams come true, lucky number 13 and saying, this is going to be fun for us too. >> a great party? a great party. i know you'll be there. >> oh, ya. in "pop news," joe biden under cover. the vice president lemming his dry sense of die" to a good cause. he and adam define entering a frat party though he's having trouble blending in. >> check the two on the left. >> that's okay, friends of mine on the football team. i'm back in the white house talking to barack obama. i mean about the frat house, so watching the program about llamas on youtube. >> good try, sir.
the video was for the it's on us campaign, made to remind college students that protect each other and to stop sexual assault on pledge campuses. >> so committed. >> and great sense of humor. >> and always wears that suit. you know when you know what works, stick with it. in "the rain," he's singing you're just a squirrel trying to get a nut. you know what, michaele, he does >> i thought you were questioning whether it was a squirrel trying to get its nut or another rodent. >> a look that amy gave me after you said it. >> a new study deduced that squirrel was probably a female. trying to follow the cameras. this is a test. the study from northern arizona university has put gender roles in a nutshell concluding while lady squirrels carry -- care for their babies and gather nuts for the winter.
>> that's about right. >> scientists discovered this and initially looking to determine why male squirrels are were more prone to getting eaten by predators. now they know. the homer simpson-like lifestyle chilling in the sun made them a more tasty treat. >> to see why male squirrels get eaten more readily. >> to honestly. >> the male/human. >> and that's "pop news," everybody. >> all right, great job, lara. coming up, double elimination on the dance floor hearing from "dancing's" booted couples next. michael j. fox will give you a chance to step into the back to the future shoes that could
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>> well many back to "gma." that is laurie hernandez and val tearing up the ballroom getting dancing's first perfect score of the season. >> obviously. it was not perfect for everyone, though. two cups sent packing. kenny "babyface" edmonds and his partner joining us. here's a look at the double elimination. ? a surprise twist on "dancing stars knew it was coming? we'll have a double elimination. the scores are as important as ever. >> reporter: the curtain closing for two couples advertise night. babyface and allison. vanilla ice ice and witney. tarantula it was good-bye to babyface and vanilla ice. >> i love dancing and i want to keep the top hat going. it's been epic but tough grind, you know. >> reporter: the rapper bringing
>> five concerts. five city, five days, so that's my entire rehearsal week. ? >> reporter: his viennese waltz tied for sixth. >> much improved keep it up. >> reporter: leaping from the bottom of the leaderboard the duo forming an unlikely bromance on set. also heading home legendary r&b singer/songwriter babyface. the judges not impressed with his tango and babyface also disappointed with his performance. >> i was like what is going on with you right now? >> but the star says he's leaving with no regrets. >> that's right. no regrets. joining us now kenny "babyface" edmonds and his partner allison holker. thanks for flying all night long. >> thank you for having us. excited to be here. >> we're excited but not under
what happened? you kind of -- something -- you were a little off. >> i went spaghetti. >> you went spaghetti. >> yeah, you know and it just happened and it happened. >> you know, that happens to a lot of people. it's not the only time that it's happened to everyone on the show. everyone gets the nerves and going to that stage. he did an incredible job he think he should be proud of his journey. he came out and nailed it through the weeks so one little messup but thatho people were saying this has been what you believe is the hardest season. >> absolutely. >> the competition this season is so hard. you know, all the pros are really, really strong this season. everyone is really coming, that mirror ball trophy, everyone wants it and really driven and focused and all the celebrities are just phenomenal. you know. >> i was saying earlier when i saw you earlier how amazing -- amazed i am for guys that do
of work but one thing i was amazed. you work with madonna and barbara surprise sand and michael jackson. when you saw maureen mccormick on the show, you were like spaghetti. >> oh, well, exactly. it was marcia brady to me. i saw her first time i said, oh, my god, marcia brady and then i felt like i was on a tv show. >> did you get a chance to know her. >> she's the sweetest person in the world. in fact, i got to i got to know everybody and everybody is so cool. that's what's so nice about the whole thing. you create in family atmosphere and it's like going to camp and then coming back, having friends for life. >> everybody says that. that is a beautiful feeling. fun to watch on the show. also really nice to -- you said last night you were glad you got the chance to dance for your mom. >> exactly. i think that's why i went there. and so i can come out of there saying mission accomplished and know she's proud and looking down and proud tonight. >> absolutely.
going, who are you both rooting for. >> listen, laurie and val are at the top of the leaderboard and laurie is adorable. we've gotten close and i call her my little lola. good luck, i'm rooting for you. >> you think they'll be a little hard to beat. >> my boys from indiana, james, james hinchcliffe, so i'm a hoosier boy so i have to go with congratulations to you two. really, really amazing, amazing dancing and don't forget to watch "dancing with the stars" monday night at 8:00, 7:00 central. >> more on that and right here michael j. fox is with us live with a very special
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i haven't had a chance to show you the wave heights. projected wave heights as it gets closer, florida, could reach 15 plus, even 20 feet is the red and white, 25 feet. would be an incredible amount of water. that's not just at the shore but the piling up of water and put the rain on top and that's where
it hugs along and that piling of kevin: a lot of sunshine for us today after fog continues to burn off and a warming trend ahead of a front that eventually arrive saturday evening. matthew to ourselves likely not getting far enough north to be swept up by that and it stays to our south, the moat -- most likely possibility into the holiday weekend. that means 60's to near 70 today tomorrow and friday. lower-scepters here now with michael j. fox and those shoes. we'll talk about those. mike is a man on a mission decades after being diagnosed with parkinson's running a path-breaking foundation to fight it and acting in "the good wife." a look at years of big hits. >> i need to borrow your -- hover board?
into history as time traveler marty mcfly in "back to the future." >> you built a time machine you're telling me out of a delorean. >> and he cemented his place in tv history with seven seasons on the '80s hit "family ties". >> how do i look? >> middle-aged. >> reporter: he met his wife tracy on set and have raised four great kids and while private battle with parkinson's disease. a chronic and progressive neurological condition that has no known cure. since 2000 the michael j. fox foundation funded $650 million in parkinson's research and today mike is here with a big announcement to help change even more lives. big welcome to michael j. fox. great to have you back here. >> this is great. >> tell us about the shoes. the big announcement.
2," they were self-lacing and space age and funny how much modern shoes follow that pattern and looked like the mags but in 2011 nike gave or put up 1500 pair for auction and it raised $10 million for the foundation. >> $10 million? >> to help research but these sneakers, people love them a perfect storm and big demand so now they're -- there's a lottery, $10, go online, to our foundation, website and get a $10 chance at them. >> for such a good cause. i'm lucky to serve on the board of the foundation with you and you guys have raised so much, $650 million for parkinson's research and this is a pretty exciting time because you're on the cutting edge of a real revolution. >> it's great.
the foundation we realized this was a huge not to untie and i was enthusiastic but major undertaking and to mix metaphors we're chumming out in the water. all different areas of research whether drug research or genetic research or whatever, what have you and now the big fish are starting to come up. big drug companies following our lead on compounds we've targeted and we've had company to do initial research and derisk it for them and what happens they make breakthroughs and it's open. >> you're starting to learn a mott more from people like you who have parkinson's with wearable technology and can teach us so much. >> the technology is amazing. the watches and the devices that people can wear that track the disease 24/7.
parkinson's and the thing bit, everyone has their own version so what we're doing is through research is finding ways to attack whatever issue you may have and right now we have a one size fits all drug therapy and need to find other drugs that target specific versions of the disease that affect different people differently. >> and all of you at home can fund the research do it on the nike website, the foundation website. also on our "gma" website as well. the drawing ends october 11th. 100% go to the michael j. fox foundation. thanks for coming in. >> my pleasure.
>> now from wmur news 9. erin: a manchester woman could face up to life in prison after admitting to selling fentanyl and heroin. 25-year-old jeannette hardy was arrested last year after she suffered a gunshot wound to her hand. police say they found nearly four pounds of fentanyl in her home and about $765,000 in cash between the house, a safe deposit box, and a storage unit. she will be sentenced in january. the goffstown police department announced just this morning that its officers will now be wearing body cameras. the department says people will be notified about the cameras whenever possible during police interactions. the officers will be wearing the body cams by the end of the week. outside we go.
latest region -- legs region -- lakes region. kevin: we are looking at patchy fog in western and northern half parts of the state giving way to sunshine, 60's to new 70 degrees through the afternoon. the front to the best approach is saturday evening. this was expected to scoop up what was going to be left of hurricane matthew and had it has to our self but it is not moving quickly enough to the that should stay to our south with a front coming through harmlessly enough with the shower or two sometime saturday evening. we will not get rainfall from the system but we will get a nice holiday weekend, 60's to near 70 degrees today and about as cool as we will be until sometime sunday afternoon for afternoon highs. sunshine tomorrow, bronfman 60's to mid-70's, which is where we will be friday. a chance of a shower saturday
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? ? the time of my life ? >> i couldn't hear our announcer because you were so loud and happy. great wednesday crowd here. on "gma." and michael, let's kick it off. >> let's kick it off. here's what i'm bringing to the table. getting ready t kids with some serious basketball skills. they're sweeping the internet right now. maya and kaley lopez. look at them go. ? you know me just bust a move ? >> wow. >> how old are they, michael? >> they are 8 and 9 years old. and they're killing it on the court. i can't get my girls to talk to each other and they can do this together. they rock the same drills at
amazing and are joining us live, everybody. maya and kaley. so, kaley, when did you fall in love with basketball? >> i fell in love with basketball when i saw my dad play basketball so he inspired me to play basketball. >> maya, what position do you play on the basketball court? guard and i play point guard and shooting guard. >> oh, wow. we just watched your youtube video. you both are amazing. so can you show us a little something? >> yeah. >> all right. ? pump it up while your feet are stumping and the jam is pumping ? >> oh, wow. ? pump it up a little more get the party on the dan floor ?
? get your booty on the dance floor make my day ? [ applause ] >> look how cute they are. >> you two are so arguized you even finish perfectly. >> they nailed it. >> look at that in proud smiles. >> who is your favorite basketball team? >> our -- my favorite basketball team is the sparks. >> the sparks -- oh, really. yes. [ applause ] well, it just so happens that we have a little message for you from your favorite team. check this out, girls. ? go maya, go kaley ? ? go maia growth. >> kaley, maya, we're so happy you're sparks fans and got the whole gang here. hope you come to our next sparks
[ applause ] >> so you girls, you get to go to a sparks game and i'm sure you'll meet the team there. how does it make you feel? >> happy. >> happy. >> well, i tell you what, you keep on practicing, keep on dribbling. keep on shooting. keep on doing all those things because as you say your father is an inspiration to you. you're inspiring a lot of other kids out there yourself so thank you both very much for waking up and joining us on okay. bye. [ applause ] >> i could watch them play and i could watch them smile. >> i'm serious. they're doing that together. i can't get my kids organized to do anything together in impressive. >> and i know you're bringing something to the table today. >> something that makes me smile. >> something that makes you happy. >> what would that be? >> i might like a little karaoke on the side and this might be my
prayer." i have to say. yes, bon jovi. [ applause ] and speaking of bon jovi, can you imagine you're out there singing "living on a prayer" and thinking you're good and bon jovi comes up and surprises you for a great cause. seeing it here first. take a look at what happened. >> let's do it. ? >> he so hot. >> no, no, no. ?'m >> like that. ? on a steel horse i ride. >> who is that guy? >> wanted. ? dead or alive ? ? halfway there ? oh living on a prayer ? >> aaagh. ? take my hand we'll make it, i swear ? [ screaming ]
>> knew you were too clumsy -- >> you didn't think it was me? >> that is so great. i would have screamed too. >> me too. i did scream when i saw it. >> i love that it was incredible and amazing for a cause. you can enter a chance to meet bon jovi yourself and win so many other cool prizes at owe macys.com/jbj and watch the entire video on our website goodmorningamerica.com o >> $10 well spent. >> exactly. [ applause ] >> yes. >> michael strahan's go-to karaoke song. ? i believe i can fly ? >> that's a good one. >> you like to slow it down. >> i love bon jovi too. >> i usually need a partner and go a little "islands in the stream". ? islands in the stream ? ? that is what we are ? >> george, what about you?
partner? >> john mayer. >> oh, wow. >> you didn't even think about that. >> that was a plea. >> what about you. >> michael bolton. he can sing some pretty good stuff. ? when a man loves a woman ? >> there you go. >> or maybe just michael strahan. >> no. my -- my dream karaoke duo would be, you know, me and george. because you could kind of help george and come -- >> i just want -- >> i want to see him belt it out. >> same day i dance with you. one day. >> so in other words, it's not happening. [ laughter ] but, you know, recently i went down to the jersey shore had a chance to hang out with john, interview john. it's going to air next week on "gma" -- >> jon bon jovi. >> just in case.
>> i sang a little bit which was a dream come true. i keep talking over because i don't want you to hear it. [ applause ] >> wait. what are you singing? >> what song? >> "you can't go home." >> how does it go? >> no. >> you talked about a lot of things also -- >> we talked about a lot of things about his charity work, about the band, about richie leaving the band. something he never talkedut not for sale" which is coming up and going to be released soon so it was great. great time to hang out with him at the shore. got on stage and rocked out if you want to call it that. >> see it all next week. >> all right. >> great. >> sarah jessica parker is here live. live. [ applause ] i think my strongest asset, maybe by far, is my temperament. i'd like to punch him in the face, i'll tell you.
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kevin: patchy fog continuing to burn off. temperatures in the 60's to near 74 the afternoon. only getting warmer from here. low-to-mid 70's thursday and that weather brought to you by windows 10. george. >> thank you, ginger. nice welcome here for sarah jessica parker. i know it's hard for all of you to believe it's been 12 bradshaw in "sex and the city" and now sarah is back on hbo with a new comedy "divorce." let's take a look. >> you spent last christmas fishing in alaska. >> no, no, hang on a second. that's the only time of the year that the chinook salmon run in those numbers and you said you didn't mind. >> i didn't mind. it was the best christmas i have had in years. >> you're welcome. [ applause ]
>> i think one of the first things we'll learn about this, this is not frances your character is not carrie bradshaw. >> no, she's i think it's important that she not be carrie bradshaw. got to play that character for 12 sublime years written by extraordinary writers and telling a very specific story and so i want very much to find and feel i did find another woman who is equally as mp >> pretty complicated. >> complicated. her life choices have been radically different than carrie's and i think it's a story no less appealing though it's very different. a less buoyant portrait of this city and environments but i think it's a story that relatable even if you don't identify. i think you can understand this
house last night. i was working so i didn't get to see the premiere. >> you had a good excuse. >> ali said it's this great balance of funny and emotional and loved the music. the music is a character. >> the music is beautiful. >> but did say it rings so true with everything she's seen in her life in her friends all around. >> i'm so happy to hear that. that's how all this began about four years ago i went to my partner. we have a company at hbo and all my friendships and they are -- for the most part people are in long-term committed relationships whether in the traditional sense or married. you know, and observing institution and everybody was at a different place in their relationship and i recognized that there are so many stories about the american marriage and the american commitment and probably true elsewhere. but we were focusing on life
know people who have contemplated divorce, survived divorce, didn't survive divorce, children making divorce that much more complex and painful. people that have contemplated affairs. had affair, the marriage survived affairs despite, you know, the marriage didn't survive so i think these are all stories that are happening. smart people making not great choices, you know. >> but meeting each other even when coming apart. >> this is the greatest discovery about divorce, no one for the most part equipped to divorce, because hopefully we don't do it and we do it once but what i discovered about divorce was that you need the other person to divorce. like the whole idea of separating really requires you to actually hold like stand next to this person and try to reach consensus, be civilized but you are desperately in need of this other person which i find bizarre and challenging and
all these fans can't wait to talk to you. iffers time in the studio. >> i know. i feel i'm like -- [ applause ] >> where is brittany? >> britain. >> brittany. >> hi, brittany. >> hi, sarah. >> nice to meet you. >> nice to meet you. i have a question. >> okay. >> what is your favorite set you've ever been on. >> brittany, this set. [ applause ] audience all week. that's what i heard on out outside. >> amanda. >> amanda. >> hi, sarah. sfwlur's so close. have you met brittaniy. >> i have. so my question is for you that you're so synonymous with new york city. what is your favorite part about the city? >> ah, i think the memories that you can make. the things that still surprise me, the yet explored street corner, neighborhood.
much as i was the day i arrived. so many years ago. long before you were born. but i think those of us who choose to live here are sort of involuntarily pulled towards the promise and sort of a lot of what we're feeling in this room is what the city gives us so i have endless memories and looking forward to more. >> we're feeling what you're giving us. thank you for coming in. >> thanks, george. >> "divorce" premieres this sunday night on hbo and coming up, "the birth of a nation" star up, "the birth of
a nation" star armie hammer in new hampshire, maggie hassan cut taxes for small businesses, up, "the birth of a nation" star armie hammer protected education... created jobs. in washington, what's kelly ayotte done? voted to cut college grants, cut medicare. but kelly ayotte voted to protect tax breaks for millionaires and big oil. that's what the koch brothers and big corporate interests wanted.
>> she looks right young. >> right. she on. with the right teacher. like that. work a long time. >> there it is. 2.75. >> should be a shame to watch it go waste for a little pride. >> what the hell would you know what's a little and what's a lot, huh? >> man, you know, you play a slave owner which in a lot of ways is a villain in that time. >> sure. >> i guess in our country's tough, i mean, such a tough role but i'm just curious, i know you. when you're on set and doing that, how do you get away from that? >> it's hard, man. it was not -- it was not a -- it was not a fun movie to make in the sense of, you know, jokey-jokey. it deals with really heavy subject matter but we owed it to the people involved in the rebellion and owed it to our country's history to be honest
life was then. >> you made this transformation not physically. >> yeah. >> the hair, the teeth, everything else. did that make it easier for you to get away from the character once you weren't on set. >> yeah, it was just a mess. i had a crazy beard and horrible fake teeth that nate maked me. there was a picture of me on the wall and someone doodled on my teeth like someone draws a mustache. you forgot to take this down. no, that's what we'reng do to your teeth and they went to town. >> i have to live with it every day, my friend. but the one thing everybody says about this film that's important, the one word that continues to come up. why do you think the film is important for people to see. >> i think it introduces a lot of interesting things in the conversation of race and shows the beginning and origin of how race relations work in this country. a lot of things we don't realize whether it's, you know, the
that turned to p-troll p-trolle you have to deal with it. >> makes you emotionally raw. >> you say it's not a happy set. heavy subject matter but what were some things you were able to do to lighten it up. >> i -- funny story. i actually bought a pig from one of the ex if that will lighten it up. >> yeah, yeah, so this guy is supposed to bring a pig and brings this hog and it's enormous. it's like -- it's almost as tall as i am. it's -- nate looks at it and says, it makes me nervous. if it runs wild we won't be able to get this thing and bigger than pigs were back then. the man was like, i didn't want this pig. i guess i got to drive it all the way home now and i said, so, wait. would you sell it. he said, how much.
i was like, dude, here's 300 buck, thanks for the pig. and we had it for a little bit then i cooked it for the whole crew and we had a big barbecue. >> yep. >> i know. you know i'm not going to judge you because growing up i had a pet pig too and the family enjoyed the pig. >> see. i understand that man. congratulation, your next big project, you and your wife, another baby. way. >> another baby. >> thank you. >> there you are. beautiful couple. >> yeah, yeah. >> but you messed up and gave away the gender on on "kimmel." >> maybe i did. maybe i didn't. okay, fine, maybe i did. totally did. i'm not so good with the secret thing which my wife enjoys. >> congratulations on the baby. congratulations on the movie. this movie is very, very -- it's incredible movie. you're amazing and "the birth of
new hampshire's haitian community is coming together to help victims of hurricane matthew. many members are still waiting to hear from their loved ones in haiti. the full extent of the damage is not yet clear due to poor communication, blocked roads, and washed-out bridges. first haitian baptist church in manchester is holding a fundraiser for the hurricane victims this saturday. they are asking people to donate clothing, food, and money. you can find more information by visiting our website, wmur.com. investigators now say that a materials. and the state fire marshal's office says that 63-year-old george winn died from smoke inhalation. his body was found inside his first floor apartment on lafayette road early monday morning. outside we go for you now. we are seeing a little sunshine. we will see more, right? kevin: yes, the fog continues to burn off. in a few areas, visibility is still below a quarter-mile, but
nothing but sunshine above it. this front arrive sometime saturday afternoon or night. that is likely our only chance of rain. originally, matthew was continuing to wander up the east coast, but it looks like it has slowed down further south and will not attached to that front and get swept out to sea. for the time being, a remains further south. that leaves us with nice weather into the holiday weekend. sunshine today. temperatures in the 60's to near after some fog tomorrow. sunshine friday. and sunshine leading into the holiday weekend. the one chance of a shower will be with that front. otherwise, cooler and breezy. erin: thank you.
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