tv News 9 Noon ABC October 5, 2015 12:00pm-12:29pm EDT
amy: now at noon -- governor maggie hassan announces she will run for u.s. senate. plus hillary clinton is in the granite state laying out her gun control plan. josh: after a cold start today, warming nicely with sunshine in the afternoon. how much warmer we will get in the week ahead. and the missing cargo ship -- the discovery made by search crews this morning. announcer: no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur news 9 at noon. amy: breaking news -- governor maggie hassan will forgo another
challenge republican senator kelly ayotte for her senate seat. good afternoon. news 9 was the first to bring you that decision this morning. josh mcelveen broke the story. he sat down with the governor this morning and joins us live from concord with more. josh: after months of rumors and speculation and plenty of guessing on the part of the media, evan or indeed set her sights -- governor maggie hassan will set her sights on the senate. her campaign released a video talking about her decision, talking about her time as governor and the successes she points to. she says she wants to take her experience under the golden dome and apply it to the capitol building in washington, d c. >> we need a response from washington that meets the promise we are making at home. that'
s why i' m running for the united states senate. because washington has given into powerful special interests who rig the system for themselves and against the middle class. josh: just a short few minutes ago, we talked to the governor in an exclusive interview and talked about her decision. the personal factors that went into deciding whether she would type of campaign she expects to run. we will bring that to you starting at 5:00. once again, the decision is in -- governor hassan will be running for senate instead of running for a third term as governor of new hampshire. amy: now to the race for president -- hillary clinton just unveiled her then violence plan in manchester which
-- and has the support of one of the mothers who lost a child in the newtown school shooting. reporter: hillary clinton began her meeting by noting she was speaking at a community college and it was a similar education institution in oregon last week where nine people lost their lives because of gun violence. speaking before a room packed with supporters, hillary clinton said thoughts and prayers are no longer enough when it comes to gun violence. she proposed a number of measures including background checks for gun shows and private sellers and those who sell online. repealing immunity legislation for gun manufacturers and ending restrictions requiring background checks to be completed in three days. but the loudest applause came when she called upon gun owners to find another organization other than the nra. ms. clinton: ideally, what i
owners, responsible gun owners form a different organization and take back the second amendment from these extremists. [applause] reporter: clinton also has another event planned in manchester that will deal with early childhood development. amy: clinton is not the only candidate in the granite state today. george pataki is kicking off a two day visit. he will be in hanover today and in lebanon tomorrow. carly fiorina is also in town. this is the manchester rotary meeting where she is speaking now. in other news, the arraignment of a man accused of crashing his suv in salem while driving under the influence of heroin has been postponed until tomorrow. alexander dimaggio was charged with reckless conduct and
sale and police say an officer was patrolling the parking lot when he saw an seb stop against a light full with the driver passed out inside. when the officer approached, he regained consciousness and tried to drive off but ended up crashing into a parked car before running over a tree and fire hydrant. his bail remains at $2500. a merrimack woman was arrested after being found unconscious in her car. she was found in her vehicle on carter wrote on friday night. police discovered she had a suspended driver' s license out of florida. she was charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs and under suspension. a fired seabrook police officer has pled guilty to assaulting a man in custody back in 2009. he was one of the three officers seen in surveillance video that went viral when it was posted on social media. he was the only one charge.
reporter: mark richardson was tried on enhanced civil assault back in may but a jury could not reach a verdict. in instead of a retrial, he' s pled guilty to using excessive force. the question is whether he will serve any jail time. the case became public in january of 2014 when video of the assault inside the seabrook police department went viral. he was accused of pushing a then 19-year-old into the wall of the police department while being booked for dui. he was the only officer charged in connection with the case in this morning, he pled guilty to simple assault and will be sentenced next month. >> we have entered into a cap plea agreement. in this case, it is 12 months, all but 21 days suspended.
reporter: according to the attorney, the victim feels richardson should serve even more than the time allotted. he will have a chance to express his feelings at the sentencing next month. amy: now to historic flooding in south carolina. at least nine debts are being blamed on the weather in the carolinas. president obama has signed an emergency declaration for the state. reporter: record rainfall in south carolina. the national weather service says more than 20 inches of rain has fallen. >> i' ve been here since 1986 and i' ve never seen anything like this in columbia, south carolina. reporter: hundreds of -- hundreds have evacuated at
>> it' s everything -- my car, my pictures. reporter: 600 members of the national guard were called in to help. kelly leggett tried to save everything she could as water came rushing into her home. >> i was just throwing stuff on beds to try to save stuff. >> this driver lost control of his pickup. the coast guard plucked this woman and her daughter from their flooded home. >> especially having and holding onto a 15 month old daughter. it was incredibly frightening but we made it. reporter: and this man has been using his own boat to rescue people. >> we found a note that said we are in the attic. reporter: fortunately, the
amy: we are just getting started. coming up, i missing cargo ship -- the search continues for survivors. the disturbing clue discovered in the water this morning. josh: cold start for the day but warming up nicely this afternoon. we will talk about the warming trend coming up. amy: and we are making a spooky
committee, inc. is responsible for the content of this advertising. amy: breaking news out of vermont -- an amtrak train headed to washington, d.c. has derailed in the town of roxbury. amtrak says there does not appear to be any life-threatening injuries. new details on the missing cargo ship off the bahamas. the coast guard says it has become a -- has recovered one body and believes the vessel sank. it lost contact last week during the hurricane. rescuers are searching for the
33 people on board. four of the crew members are from maine and one is from massachusetts. in just a few hours, the community college and oregon were a mass shooting happened on campus will reopened. counselors will be on hand and administration will help anyone who needs assistance. students will retrieve items left behind last thursday when they fled for their lives as a shooter opened fire. >> we did not want to be part of the sandy hook club. amy: classes and events will not resume until october 12. it is the first monday in october and the u.s. supreme court is back in session. the justices have their work cut out for them and will hear cases
it is possible a portion of the affordable care act could come up for review. it is nice out there. kevin: it is nice -- sunshine and high clouds around 60. a little bit of a warming trend. we will talk about that. amy: and we are getting ready for halloween. we will show you how to make a spooky no bake dessert. and the leaves are starting to change. a great picture of a fall morning in pittsburgh.
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from needless spending. and if i am elected president, i'll show congress how that's done. v i will campaign as i would serve -- keeping my word. i will run with heart. and i will run to win. jeb: proven conservative. real results. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. s and parts of the north country earlier this morning. a lot of 30' s on the map. some spots saw that first frost of the season. quite a few high clouds dotting the sky. that may slow temperatures from
falling too far, too fast. a lot of high temperatures between 60 and 64. feeling like autumn in earnest and certainly not going anywhere anytime soon. a lot of features on the map. hurricane joaquin moving it the north. more rainfall for the poor folks in the carolinas. that eventually weakens over the next 24 hours. it doesn' t seem like anything impressive but you have to imagine those temperatures running in the mid-20' s up north. a pretty good recovery through the morning with sunshine being filtered through high clouds. that will push in our direction
and not quite as chilly tonight. tonight, we' ll have clear skies across the area and the little valley fog toward the morning. approaching from the west on wednesday, partial sunshine and a quick moving cool front. you will notice that sliding southeastward as we work our way into wednesday evening. behind that, a push of cooler air with highs from the mid-30' s to mid 40' s. from there, we eventually get in on a pretty good rain chance. that likely includes next weekend. lifting northward at the present time and you can see how quickly that races to the northeast, still trying to hold together as a hurricane. a tropical storm could
temperatures anywhere from the 60 to 64 degrees range. from there, southern areas trying to reach 70 degrees. that will be with partly sunny skies. and that push of cooler air starts to arrive. increasing clouds thursday night and that will likely not be an all day situation. let' s head to cook' s corner. amy: it is a first for me -- i' m actually eating before we get underway. this is no bake question mark >> in fact that is the one in the cup -- that'
s the same recipe we' ve done for thanksgiving. the only thing that makes it gluten-free is the halloween one is oreos. it is really easy. amy: it is like a cheesecake? >> you can cheat and by one -- she is just going to keep eating. it is just cream cheese. we used to use cool whip, but there is some sugar and vanilla. no making, just everything thrown together. then it is our normal jell-o vanilla pudding. i use trader joe' s pumpkin pie spice. it'
i did intend to make coffee and make it caramelized but we ended up with burnt sugar. this is darker than it normally should be but i want you to see how dark it is. this is what you could do as a present -- put in bags at christmas, and this is superb. pretty. t flop. amy: and what are your layers? >> oreos, pumpkin, more oreos on top. get the candy cane and candy pumpkin -- anything to make it
equal pay for women. they don't support paid family leave. they don't even really support refinancing student debt. we've got to get this economy working for the vast majority of americans, not just that's what i intend to do as president. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. amy: halloween is just around the corner, but a farm in california is growing a different kind of squash -- this is pumpkinstein -- it' s grown inside a mold to give it the
its creator says it took a lot of trial and error to finally get pumpkinstein to life and now they can' unreal. this before? that is genius. very smart. 60' s this afternoon and a warming trend -- looks very nice all the way through thursday. disney? better pack some extra cash. how much more you will have to pay for annual passes, parking and the discount dining program. who is it that's got the foreign policy experience to deal with what has become an increasingly complicated world at a time when america needs to emerge and restore its leadership? no one really has that experience, except for maybe one. john kasich's for us. new day independent media
i'm a committed conservative that believes in getting results. we made florida number one in job creation... 1.3 million new jobs, 4.4 percent growth, higher family income, eight balanced budgets, and tax cuts eight years in a row that saved our people and businesses 19 billion dollars. i also used my veto power to protect our taxpayers from needless spending. and if i am elected president, i'll show congress how that's done. v i will campaign as i would serve -- keeping my word. i will run with heart. and i will run to win. jeb: proven conservative. real results. right to rise usa