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real results. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. erin: now at noon an accused gunman in custody after a fight turns into a deadly campus shooting in arizona overnight. on the same day the president visits an oregon community in mourning. kevin: certainly a damp day to the end the week, but big changes for the holiday weekend the latest with futurecast ahead . erin: plus, some are calling it a sneak peek at the race for today, senator ayotte and governor hassan make their case. and a critical tool in officer response. the life-saving measure officers in one town are now certified in. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] >> now, your stormwatch 9 forecast -- >> no one covers new hampshire like we do.
erin: we are following breaking is out of our room this morning. emergency crews are responding to a propane leak on bypass 28. right now, evacuations are underway. emergency crews are on scene, and they have called for second alarm. the road will likely be closed for some time, and police are asking people to please avoid this area. now to a developing situation in arizona. one student is dead, three others hospitalized after yet another campus shooting. this time at northern arizona university about two hours from tuscon. we have learned the gunman is in custody. abc' s bazi kanani has more. >> multiple people possibly shot. bazi: an emergency call at another college campus. four people shot overnight at northern arizona university in flagstaff, in a parking lot near a dorm. one of the victims dead. the 18-year-old gunman now in
>> two separate student groups got into a confrontation. the confrontation turned physical. bazi: as the victims of this latest school shooting remain in the hospital, president obama is on the way to oregon to meet today with the grieving families of the nine killed in last week' s massacre at a community college. the white house says the president is looking into using executive actions to expand background checks for gun purchases without waiting for congress to act. sec. earnest: the president' s team is hard at work on them, considering what other options may be available to the president to try to keep guns out of the hands of criminals. bazi: most republican presidential candidates say the focus should instead be on mental health. this morning, one of the top polling candidates, dr. ben carson, is defending his recent suggestion that part of the solution to mass shootings could be more guns, including at schools. dr. carson: in fact, if i had a child in a school, i would much prefer that there be somebody who is trained on that campus
the mercy of some individual who has lost their senses. bazi: in arizona, police have fight. school shooting so far this year. bazi kanani, abc news. erin: so far this year, there have been more than 40 school shootings. according to the cdc, more than 400,000 people have died due to new this noon, two people are dead after a crash in jefferson. state police say it appears a 2005 impala was traveling north on route 115 when it ran a stop sign last night. it traveled through the intersection and hit a tree. two passengers in their 70' s were killed. the driver, who is also in his 70' s, suffered minor injuries. we got a possible glimpse of the upcoming race for the u.s. senate this morning in manchester at a summit on manufacturing and technology. governor maggie hassan announced on monday that she will run for the senate, taking on incumbent senator kelly ayotte. wmur'
s ray brewer was live at the event, and ray, did it feel like a campaign event? ray: erin, there were none of the posters, or political signs but everyone in the room was very aware of the undercurrent, that these two women could soon be locked in a battle for their political lives. gov. hassan: our unemployment rate continues to fall, and is now 3.6%, the 4th lowest in the country. sen. ayotte: that we get to tax reform that makes you more competitive as you are building great products here and selling them overseas. ray: at a summit dealing with advanced manufacturing and high technology, there was a likely preview of the upcoming race for the u.s senate. governor maggie hassan announcing this week that she is running for the seat currently held by senator kelly ayotte. john: when they' it' s going to be very cordial. ray: political reporter john distaso says events like this give the candidates a chance to stake out their territory for re going to try to top each other in terms of new hampshire and the economy and to the problems of the state.
ray: and distaso says another theme you can expect both to tout is their ability to work with members of the other party. gov. hassan: to keep our state moving forward, last month we enacted a fiscally responsible bipartisan compromise on the budget. that includes business tax cuts while providing safeguards that protect our ability critical priorities in future budgets. sen. ayotte: i' ve been ranked the 7th most bipartisan by independent groups because i work across the aisle to get things done for people in new hampshire. ray: ayotte says that she' s not surprised by hassan' s decision to run, saying hassan was recruited by washington democrats like harry reid. and that hassan' s decision was more about national politics than this is about new hampshire. in the studio, ray brewer, wmur news 9. erin: new this noon, 9 people were arrested in manchester on drug charges. manchester police obtained a search warrant for an apartment on laurel street yesterday morning.
103 grams of crystal meth, 37 suboxone strips, 1 gram of cocaine and more than $5400. officers in enfield are now approved to administer narcan. the department' s six officers have been trained on how to use it to revive unresponsive patients due to an heroin overdose. police are often first on the scene to these calls. turning now to our weather. look at this. the rain has moved in, and here is a live look at hampton beach. is it going to stick around for the long holiday weekend? here is the answer. meteorologist kevin skarupa joins us. kevin: time is on our side. if you are traveling later on this evening, you will be encountering rainfall and maybe a couple of heavier downpours. just about every webcam has been showing the rainfall out there, and in some spots, it could be a half-inch to even a full inch of rain. we will see activities slowly wind down from north to south through the remainder of the afternoon and finally exiting
southeastern areas earlier this evening. temperatures have remained quite cool. we started in the 30' s of north, have been adding -- ebbing back into the 40' s. clearing skies set up some cooler air, but at the same time, we get sunshine back. we' ll talk about that trade-off and look through your holiday weekend forecast in a few minutes. . erin: remembering a flood that forever changed a new hampshire community. 10 years ago, a flood washed down route 130 -- route 123, claiming for lives. the community has been rebuilt, and tonight' s residents will gather at the historical society were hundreds of pictures of the damage and recovery will be on display. tomorrow, a memorial on the center of town remembering those that were lost. several presidential candidates are making stops in the granite state today. governor chris christie held a
senator lindsey graham is holding a news conference at the portsmouth naval shipyard. governor john kasich is holding a town hall meeting in statham. and jim gilmore, ted cruz, and rand paul participated in the republican liberty caucus national convention this morning in nashua. the news continues this noon. coming up, bill cosby speaking under oath today. details on the deposition happening out in l.a. and a big shakeup in the race for house speaker. a leading candidate has taken his name off the table, leaving many to wonder what' s next? kevin: quick moving pattern, certainly be feature of this holiday weekend working to our benefit. details coming up. erin: plus in our news 9 kitchen, a simple yummy chicken dish that you will love, and it is good for your heart. we will tell you why in today' s cook'
we have a crew onto the scene, and we will update you on a situation online and here on wmur. bill cosby is about to testify under oath in a sex assault case for the first time in 10 years. today' s deposition is for the case involving judith huth. she is accusing cosby of sexually assaulting her at the playboy mansion in 1974 when she was just 15 years old. she is among dozens of women who have alleged that the man once deemed america' s favorite dad drugged or sexually assaulted them. cosby has never been charged with a crime, partly because the statute of limitations has expired in most cases. house republicans are regrouping after a shocking announcement in the race for house speaker. john boehner' s likely successor kevin mccarthy dropped out of the race leaving many wondering who will take the coveted position. abc' s karen travers has more on this speaker shakeup. karen: house republicans
huddling today on capitol hill , discussing their next move. rep. mccarthy: we had very good conference, working together, trying to work together. karen: majority leader kevin mccarthy abruptly taking himself out of the race for house speaker yesterday. rep. mccarthy: if i can' t unite everybody, it' s better to find someone who will. karen: his sudden and very unexpected withdrawal throwing house republicans into chaos. rep. sanford: nobody knows anything at this point. karen: mccarthy had the support of the overwhelming majority of house republicans, but far-right members refused to say they would unite behind him. so who is in the running? representative paul ryan of wisconsin. his party' s vice presidential contender just three years ago, he says he doesn' t want it, but many top republicans are trying to change his mind. rep. issa: paul ryan is the right man right now. rep. mccarthy: if he decides to do it, he will be an amazing speaker. karen: congressman daniel webster of florida says he is in. he has the backing of conservatives in the house freedom caucus that helped
boehner and derail mccarthy. also in -- jason chaffetz of utah, the chair of the powerful oversight and government reform committee. rep. chaffetz: it is time for a change now. karen: on the campaign trail, gop presidential hopeful, donald trump, says the party needs someone tough to fill the role. mr. trump: there' s nothing wrong with the republicans taking a tough stand and sticking with it. karen: karen travers, abc news, washington. erin: it will be interesting to see how that shakes up. we have rain out there. kevin: it is necessary to get us to what should be a pretty nice weekend. we will talk about that. erin: your holiday weekend forecast is ahead, and also it' s a meal that will be gone in minutes, even if you have picky eaters at your table. next a heart-healthy dish that' s
who has the plan for jobs? jeb. tax cuts for the middle class. eliminates special an explosion in growth and new jobs. jeb: cut taxes. grow america. is responsible for the content of this message. >> now, meteorologist kevin forecast. kevin: a lot of locations anywhere between .1 inches 2.3 a few spots more than that as we get that general rainfall. it is usually pretty good this time of year.
of course we get this all to our east later on this evening, which sets up a nice holiday weekend for us. not without some clouds here and there, but nothing like what we are seeing out here this afternoon with a fairly cool rain. temperatures are making their s of north after s. southern areas of the state re back in a 50' s to near 60, and another 5 degrees to 10 degrees, as you notice, some shower activity to go across the state. we will see a winding down process, this back edge starting to make its way across northern parts of the state after 3:00, and southern areas after 7:00 this evening. to not be surprised maybe one or two rumbles of thunder this afternoon if temperatures can warm up a little bit more. you see a lot of clouds behind this evening. there may be lingering clouds tomorrow morning and the more --
afternoon, especially by the evening commute, there will be a around, especially in the southern half of the state. farther north, a weakening process will continue between now and about 4:00 this afternoon as all this continues to edge southeastward. 40' s to near 60 degrees in southern areas due to these cooler temperatures overnight. a lot of locations have gone up 10, 12, 15 degrees you will notice with futurecast, a line of rainfall making its way through southern areas of the state in time for the evening commute. bear in mind with the holiday weekend, a lot of folks will be getting away way to their holiday weekend destinations, contending with thought rainfall during -- with that rainfall. beyond that, extra clouds out there tomorrow morning should give way to partial sunshine and
the crispest of days. bend of clouds moving through saturday night, early sunday morning, will eventually give afternoon. after a chilly start. then the warmest of days likely will be monday for columbus day with temperatures up in the 60' s s. ratings, 50' s of north, lower and mid axes in southern areas -- mid 60' s in southern areas. yonder that, partly to mostly sunny skies for the holiday weekend. near-normal temperatures on sunday, then climbing above averages for columbus day on monday. let' s head over to cook' s corner . erin: all right, chef nicole barreira from cactus jack' s and t-bone' s are making us a heart healthy meal. you are on the board for the go red for women luncheon.
our amy coveno will be emceeing that event. nicole: yes, it is super fun. our event is october 15. it is really cool, 11:00 until about 1:30-ish. kelly macfarlane is our guest speaker. she is hilarious. it is a good way to get everybody educated, the women and men in your life on something that is very important. if people do not know, heart disease is the number one killer of women with stroke being number five. a goodman to come out, learn, get educated, get information, live a bit healthier so we can live a bit longer. longer these days. this is an easy casserole. nicole: totally, great idea for busy school night, busy moms and dads.
or lean pork or a really lean beef. bake . we have student tomatoes, some nice corn, these are frozen peppers and onions, a quick shortcut. you can totally use fresh if you want to. this is cream of mushroom soup. you can use cream of chicken as long as it is low-sodium because we want to make sure we take care of our hearts first. this is chilly powder. -- this is chili powder. you want to make sure you are buying whole herbs and spices. that is a sneaky way that sodium can creep into your diet. erin: how do you make sure? nicole: flip the bottle over, and it should say chili powder
mix this up really quick, and you can do this before you head out for work so that it is nice and marinated and has a really good flavor. erin: and you can just pop it in the oven when you get home. nicole: exactly. we also has a nice tortillas here. we will layer this in a couple of layers. you can do 2, 3, kind of spread out here. erin: we do have it finished up here. again, the go red for women thursday, and if you want more information on it, you can go to more information. this is wonderful. final layer of the tortillas and some cheese and bacon at 350 four about -- and bake it at 354
these are live pictures. the scene is right off of bypass 28 near priscilla lane. firefighters are on the scene. there are no reported injuries as crews work to tap -- th o cap the leak. we will continue to update you on a story on wmur.com and also on our app. starting tonight at 5:00, new forms of heroin are making it more difficult to process evidence in drug cases. we' ll explain why, and what investigators are doing about it. and could one simple step keep you and your family from getting sick during the holiday travel season? though stories and more head who's toughest on spending? fox news did the analysis and jeb bush had the best record. billions in pork, vetoed. eight budgets, balanced. and tax cuts every single year. right to rise usa
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