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>> >> it was devastating. you know, you don't see stuff like that every single day. >> now, on news 9 this morning, a community remembers a flood that changed their lives forever. the special ceremony held to mark the 10th anniversary. a new boston family without a home this morning. how the red cross is stepping in to help. josh: our beautiful weekend weather continues. we'll take a look at steadily warming temperatures and which day could give us a taste of indian summer. amy: and october is breast cancer awareness month. how is former miss new hampshire is inspiring patients with her own story of survival.
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. hampshire. 6:00 on sunday, october 11th. i'm amy coveno, we'll get to the top stories, but first, josh judge is in the weather center with a look at the forecast. you came back. josh: you can't keep me away at least this weekend. let's look at what's going on right now. it's calm, cloudy skies, 40's for most areas, 30's in areas farther north. temperatures. middle 30's, the clouds came in and stopped the temperature freefall. it's cold out there, but would have been colder if the clouds had not come in and that's where we stand right now, but we will see those temperatures rebound nicely once the clouds move on. there is is a look at the clouds, part of a weak disturbance, nice timing, moves through in the overnight hours and revealing plenty more sunshine to go. as we go through the second half of the weekend and the bonus time for columbus day, too,
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north to south, a pretty nice one out there. breezy and sunshine today and getting warmer from here. we'll explore those possibilities when we chat again. amy: well, a home in new boston could be a total loss after a fire last night. the single family home in on chestnut hill road caught fire around 8:00. red cross is assisting with food and accommodation. it's not known how it started. commemorating a deadly flood that changed lives. four people were killed and dozens of homes washed away. how the people in alstead are remembering the victims of the flood. >> it was low key money for-- ceremony for those people in allsteed. along the cold ground that once
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stood underwater. they'll never forget. >> ten years and two days ago, our town and our hearts were devastated by what we simply call the flood. >> dozens gathered on a beautiful saturday afternoon to witness the dedication of a plaque. et cetera built in memory of the four lives lost and in recognition of the homes and property destroyed and in gratitude for all those who helped with rescues and recovery. >> it's very painful, but this is a special town. i always thought so. all of these people, i know at least half of them. >> on october 9th, 2005, flood waters swept through town wiping out everything in its path. >> there were trailers, cars, parts of houses, outdoor furnaces still going with the smoke stack sticking up. i never saw anything like that. >> it's hard to wrap my head around it, some of the places i gone.
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>> over the years, the town was rebuilt and people rose above the devastation. >> this is part of our psyche looks nice now. >> the sign is part of a community that recovered. it cost $1,000 to build and paid for my representative -- by representative of the people there, with 20 a donation of 20.05, to represent 2005. >> we're talking about the flood and reminiscing and remembering how good we were to each other after the flood and this is what community is about and that's why, you know, i'll live here the rest of my life. >> years from now, residents say people may not understand the flood, but the plaque serves as a testament that this town and its people survived. >> in alstead, mike cronin, wmur
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news 9. >> after nine people were shot on an oregon community college, states design and review their own emergency response plans to shootings, while the seven community colleges customize based on a homeland security template. how they escalate to emergency response plans. all of the systems are checked regularly. well, a dartmouth alum could donate up to $5 million to save a beloved lodge in the white mountain. it was built in 1938 and traditionally, plays host to the dartmouth freshman class during orientation. the lodge needs $17 million in repairs. george skip battle of the class of 1998 said he would match contributions made between now
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new hampshire is in the midst of a heroin epidemic. and those in recovery said one of the problems is finding treatment immediately. the number of beds are limited and waiting list is long and the window for those seeking help is very short. if they can't get admitted quickly, they may give up fast. >> the state that we're in right now is there's no beds to have unless you have the cash to pay for it. >> it's a problem that those at the hope for new hampshire frequently. >> we can put you on a waiting list, but right now the waiting list in new hampshire is four to treatment center. >> that wait is risky, he is in recovery himself and says that even people motivated and come in daily often break down. >> and then you don't see them come in the door anymore because that second and third day of detoxing off opioids and off alcohol is rough.
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and a lot of people don't make it through that without medical attention. the recovery center says only a small percentage of bed and treatment centers are utilized for the uninsured and we ask and for long-term care, 30 to 40% of the beds are used for those patients. the hope for recovery says that state-wide insurance co-pays for treatment are high and paying cash for a bed can cost thousands a week and local hospitals can't provide long-term care. >> what options are there? >> valley street. that's the option. >> casey is talking about jail, a grim reality that makes the role he plays at the recovery center more important. we're going to validate you're a people that needs help, we're going to give you empathy because we've been there, a lot of us have been there and give you support. >> hope for recovery has seen more than 500 people since they opened in july and applaud the efforts of state officials, but
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>> bureaucracy has its time lines and unfortunately people that have substance use disorder don't have long time lines. >> state officials said the 211 information line is a good avenue to start to get help. callers can get a list of phone numbers of experts in their area. and a well-known local restaurant owner is issuing a challenge to granite staters struggling to recover from addiction addiction. common man owner and founder ales ray will donate 100,000. and all the money will help increase the number of treatment beds available at easter seals. if you'd like to donate. visit easter seals.com/new hampshire. fall is in the air in milford this weekend. thousands gathered on the historic milford oval for food and fun yesterday. and the 26th annual festival features a pumpkin catapult,
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haunted trail. and organizers say this makes the three-day possible. >> anything from helping us put on the festival to maybe doing the nonprofit. like the scout troop or the lion's club or the row rotary. they work for months on this. >> the festival will be open today from 10:00 until 3:00. each year the town of jackson does its part to pay tribute to our officials state fruit in unique way and generates a lot of buzz. you guessed it, the pumpkin people, from rapunzel to g.o.p. hopeful donald trump-kin. there he is. and close to 50 businesses join in the fun and some plan their scenes for over a year. a significant development in the case against an army sergeant
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she'll never stop and the republicans know it. >>i'm hillary clinton and i approved this message. back. here is a look at the beach, otherwise clouds and temperatures on the chilly side 30's and 40's, but we have a nice one on the way. warmer temperatures than we saw yesterday. coming up. >> two investigations into the shooting of a 12-year-old cleveland boy say the officer was justified in firing his weapon. documents released saturday concluded that the white cleveland police officer timothy loehmann had reason to believe tamir rice was a threat.
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responding to a 911 call with a gun. he shot rice moments after on the scene. reports say that rice was holding a pellet gun. a grand jury will decide if loehmann faces charges. the one million man march brought african-american men together together, and men and women gathered for the million man march at the national mall. and it was organized by louis farakkhan. he spoke for need for change in the black community and praised the black lives matter movement. the pentagon has authorized condolence payments to the familiar littles of those killed in a u.s.-led air strike in afghanistan. press secretary said it's important to address the consequences of the tragic incident. 22 medical staff and patients were killed.
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39 others injured last week when an air strike hit a doctors without borders hospital. no jail time for bowe bergdahl, the latest recommendation by the u.s. military first leading the investigation into the army sergeant who left his post and captured. and a guilty verdict could bring a maximum penalty of life in prison. if the case goes to a lower court, a demotion in rank, a bad discharge and short jail term. and last year he was traded for political
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and we've >> now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch forecast. josh: it will be chilly out there, but it would be colder if the cloud hadn't moved in. clouds keep us milder during the overnight hour. there are temperatures in the 30's in northern new hampshire. keene as well as concord and other spots in the lower 40. so it certainly is a chilly start, but we will see those temperatures rebound pretty nicely today. it's going to be a very nice
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day. yesterday's temperatures will be eclipsed today and then we get warmer tomorrow. all right, we'll start off this morning with some clouds out there, as you can see, across most of the granite state. the hint of a sprinkle or two, but don't think that any of these are reaching the ground. widen the view a little bit and show you what's going on here. it's a weak disturbance crossing through and on the other side of it more sunshine and some of us will see the sun starting to break out by 9:00 and everywhere, i think, will be in the sunshine around lunchtime and into the afternoon as well. and then we look beyond the front and more sunshine on the way for tomorrow. your columbus day itself is looking pretty amazing. we'll take a look at futurecast here and move it along for you. here are the clouds now, gradually pulling away as the disturbances crossing through does the same. so the clouds thin and thin and more and more sunshine through the morning, here is 9:00 we're
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through and then by mid day and into the afternoon, plenty of sunshine, a little breezy, but that wind will be coming in out of the southwest, so it's a warmer breezy warming us up well into the 60's in some spots. some of us in southern new hampshire around the merrimack valley could get close to 70 degrees. a lot more sunshine on the way for your columbus day as i mentioned, monday night into tuesday and clouds thicken up and scattered showers on tuesday as the cool front crosses the region and more unsettled and cooler weather for the rest of the week. a warm couple of weeks. we're in the mid to upper 60's across the state as you can see here. clouds to start this morning, but the sun breaking through, lower 60's in northern new hampshire. for tonight, it won't be quite as cold as last night and even right now is. thanks to the warmer air mass pulling in. temperatures tonight bottoming out in the 40's. pretty much everywhere to near 50 degrees in southeastern new hampshire, and brace yourself get ready tore this, temperatures tomorrow are going
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it's going to be the mid 70's on average for tomorrow and there's an outside chance, a spot or two southern part of the merrimack valley could get near 80 degrees tomorrow. so the rest of the weekend and into the week ahead looking like this, pretty nice today. >> wow. >> in fact, if you like 60's, today is your day and 70's, almost indian summer in a lot of places for tomorrow, for your day off for many people. the week ahead a little more unsettled and scattered showers. amy: why are we on the schedule tomorrow? what happened there? >> i don't know. i am. amy: me, too, but i might be sick, it looks beautiful tomorrow. a touching tribute from a six-year-old iowa boy to his dad, it involves if he will-- fellow fishermen. josh: stephanie
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ffani nolte from kcci. >> hey, my name is ian, i've got a gift for you. my dad passed away. >> from a heart attack. >> when i reed read that my compassion starts coming up. >> a day giving to others. >> do you want some gifts? >> yeah, what have you got there? >> i got some lures and bobbers. >> i was just going to buy lures and ian said let's buy bobbers, too. >> somehow the bobbers and lures found themselves in the right hands. my dad also passed away from a heart attack and he also loved to fish and the two things, it just hit me so hard. >> that's one thing i can remember my dad, he took me fishing. and those are things you never forget. >> and one of ian's favorite memories with his dad mark was right here at the scott street bridge. >> the biggest blue gill in the
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>> a couple of months ago he and his mother said this is how they'd make it through the day. >> because my dad loved to go fishing. >> he would enjoy it that we're giving back in his name. >> and reminding others. >> enjoy and remember to tell those who you love-- >> how you feel about them every day. >> of life's greatest lesson. >> because you never know when they will be gone. amy: coming up next on news 9 this morning, they're supposed to be a halloween treat, but some parents say these are anything, but fun. why some are so upset about this package of pens. this morning, she was crowned
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diagnosed with breast cancer. >> welcome back. businesses are bracing for slower sales growth. spending should go up 3.7%, but that's lower which saw an increase of more than 4%. if the slowdown is true, that's when sandy bogged down sales. >> getting what some are calling a dangerous toy pulled from store shelves.
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hypodermic hypodermic needles in the middle of a heroin crisis. >> susan says what she saw on a trip to the local target left her deeply disturbed. party packs of toy pens made to look like hypodermic needles. given the heroin crisis she wants it appalling and with children finding needles on playgrounds, it's confusing. >> it's sickening, i don't know how anyone could think it's appropriate for halloween. whatever they're thinking, i just find it unacceptable. when she asked the office to remove them, they would not. she posted photos and comments on facebook asking others to contact target. and this mother two the of many
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>> this needs to be reshared so it's taken off the shelves. it's not a joke, it's not a toy, it's a serious problem. >> while experts don't suggest the timing is malicious, it can be seen as insensitive to a horrifying issue. >> it's important to open up into a larger conversation in the community because there's a huge problem with opiates and heroin in new hampshire and it's not getting better right now. >> target responded to an inquiry noting there would be no change and that other products sell products like them. >> jennifer crompton news 9. >> here is a look at what's coming up in our next effort of news 9 this morning. >> she's a former miss new hampshire with a survival story that goes well beyond the crown.
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>> and a state supreme court order, what they'll be voting on is next. and you're looking live at goffstown.
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we t >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. >> good morning, it's 6:30, i'm amy coveno. look at the gorgeous look along the sea coast. portsmouth, here is a look at the top stories. a police pursuit in canterbury saturday ends with an arrest. they say that 70-year-old chikara ishikawa refused to pull over and he eventually was taken into custody. and people were killed by a bombing in turkey in the peace capital.
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survivor and encourages others who are still battling. we'll have more on those stories, but first to josh judge and a look at the forecast. you slid in in time for the superstar forecast, right? >>. josh: it's yes, it's going to be super for your columbus day as well. skies are cloudy to partly cloudy, it's dry and temperatures in the mid 40's there. temperatures around the region, 30's in northern new hampshire and a few spots showing some of the low lying valleys and areas like concord and keene, lower 40's in some of the quote, unquote warmer spots. it's a chilly start and thanks to the clouds, otherwise it would have been colder to start this morning. but the temperatures stayed in the 40's in a lot of spots because of the clouds, but the clouds will run their course and pull on through. you can see the thickest clouds right here to our west. and those are pulling west to east and pulling out of here during the morning hour. so for today, we start off with
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clouds, but we see the sunshine arrive and turns pleasantly mild between 60 and 70 degrees, we'll talk more about your columbus day weekend and columbus day itself forecast coming right up. >> a man in canterbury led new hampshire state police on a chase saturday morning, investigators say 70-year-old chikara ishikawa here from japan was allegedly speeding on i-93 just after 7:00 when they tried to pull him over, he refused to stop. another trooper set up a spike stripe down the highway. he's charged with reckless driving, disowe paying a police officer and resisting arrest. this week voters in derry will weigh in on the town budget after the state supreme court rejected an appeal filed by the town council. the judge previously ordered the judge, and an earlier budget this year included several cuts, including public safety. but residents filed petitions. the election is now set for tuesday, we'll of course, let
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>> we turn now to commitment coverage. lindsey graham will continue his day in pelham followed by stops in goffstown and hudson and several candidates will visit new hampshire tomorrow as well. including martin o'malley, donald trump, chris christie, jeb webb, john kasich, did you get all that-- kasich at the no label convention in manchester. october is national breast cancer awareness month. every two minutes a woman in the united states gets the terrifying diagnosis. one former miss new hampshire is trying to help and inbreast cancer patients through their hardest days. wmur's kristin carosa has the story. >> mary carlin was diagnosed at 36 years old. just wrapped up her treatment. now her focus has shifted for others going through the same
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no one does this alonements she grew up in bedfordments i graduated from unh and i served as miss new hampshire. >> since then she moved to new york, she got married and had a baby, not realizing her life was about to change. >> i was in shock, i mean, i thought, here immaterial' 36 years old and i have a two-year-old daughter and a husband. >> mary felt some pain in her right breast in february, she went to her doctor. after several tests she was diagnosed with stage one breast cancer. >> a week and a half after i got diagnosed, i had both breasts removed and then i rested for three weeks and then i started eight rounds of chemotherapy over the course of six months. >> through this process, mary has discovered, she's high risk for breast cancer and ovarian cancer. >> the next step is in november i'll have my ovaries, uterus and
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cervix removed because i have another variation for cancer. >> she's partnering with a former contestant and friend who has also been fighting breast cancer to create fighting fabulously. it's an online support group for women. >> when, you know, you're in your 20's or 30's and you have breast cancer, you feel very alone. >> mary also wants to create gift bags to give out to breast cancer patients to make them feel better after going through treatments. her hair dresser and owner of bonv salon and spa in derry is holding a fundraiser on october 18th to raise money to make that happen. >> all of these nice things we hope we can provide them and put a smile on their face and just help them financially with all of these extra things. >> mary says she wants to fill the bags with special things that she wished she had when she was going through treatments. when the bags are created some will go to the norris cotton
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the rest to the cancer center where she received treatment in new york city. head to wmur.com for the event details. reporting in the studio, kristen carosa, wmur news 9. amy: nice to see mary doing so well. new this morning, senators in new hampshire and maine are asking the defense department to reconsider policy charges for workers at the portsmouth naval ship yard. a letter calls on ashton carter to have flexibility to ensure they don't have to pay for meals out of their own pocket. two bombs exploded in turkey's capital, killing 95 and wounding others. >> two bombs exploded within 50 yards and seconds of each other targeting a joyful rally for
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the bombs exploded as peace protesters and kurdish activists danced and rallied for more democracy and peace between kurds and turks in front of a train station in the capital, ankara. survivors tried to help the wounded and ambulances took the injured to the hospital. some never had a chancement there were strong indications that the attacks were suicide bombings. the internal affairs minister adding this terrorist attack is an atrocity defense the turkish republic, we condemn it. so far, no one has claimed responsibility for the double bombing. >> a suspect was shot and killed by police in beverly, massachusetts saturday. the excess county district
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from hamilton hit four cruisers cruisers. he was ordered to stop, but did not. he was shot and the officer who fired the the shot was put on leave. 53 members of the nepalese charted the first ethic lion's club, and sponsored by the nashua's lions club. for hundreds of years, they've worked to prevent blindness, restore restore eye health and eye care for people around the world. october is just getting underway, we're already seeing snow in new hampshire. aren't we? >> can you believe it? the snow was flying at the cameras at mount washington. gusts of winds over 80 miles per hour.
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and now that it's here, it's a sight that can't be missed. >> we've got some brilliant colors right now and now, they're contrasted by that, the white top northern presidentials. so it's just beautiful. blue sky overhead now that the clouds have cleared and snow on the mountain and color in the foreground. it's really something else. >> it sounds fantastic. by the way, if you're thinking about taking a ride on the mount washington roads, the staff says to arrive early to beat the clouds. you can drive it yourself or of tour. there. they brag about having the world's worst weather. on. >> it's here, right? we hope you stay with us. next, scottstown and bedford battle from the number one spot. we'll have reaction from the game of the week. >> coming up in new hampshire's business one group in new hampshire leveraged 30 million
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businesses for growth. if you work hard, and you do your part, you should be able to get ahead and stay ahead.
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but the republicans... v they want to go back to letting v the super wealthy call the shots. they don't stand up for 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 for those at the top. that's what i intend to do as president. i'm hillary clinton and
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>> welcome to new hampshire's business, i'm fred kocher. many of you know how tough it is to raise money if you're a business or organization. there's one group in new hampshire that's raised a lot of money for small businesses and done well and they've leveraged millions of dollars. and here is that group. new hampshire lone fund 215 and leveraged a total of $30.5 million in growth capital and helped retain 260 new hampshire jobs. with me to talk about this is the vice-president of the new hampshire community loan fund and the head of its economic arm, john hamilton, welcome. >> thank you, fred. >> nice to have you here. let me read off the community. it's amazing, a geographic spread. rochester, rye, north hampton, kingsston, pits tsfield
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manchester, ware, an egg farm, a slight simulators, a bakery, a brewery, a recycler. >> when we mean new hampshire's economy. we mean everywhere and we're looking for businesses to fund in in. >> tell me about the community loan fund. >> we raise capital you like you and i. >> and that's why we have the potential. >> crowd sourcing, so to speak. >> it's people like you and i and local banks we partner, and churches and foundation. made a connection between buying local. >> right, let's put up pictures helped.
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rustic crust in pittsfield. >> this began with fairly high risk investment about five years ago and as they've grown, their needs have changed. one of the good things about private capital, we can shape our capital to the needs of the business, as rustic crust evolved we were able to do a line of credit and after their tragic fire, we made a loan to the building and that was a straight debt loan. >> the next one is van fisk at ben's sugar shack in temple. >> with ben, it's someone who understands his business, but literacy. he got turned down by traditional lenders and we saw great potential and able to connect him with a technical been thriving. >> finally, single contingency goldstein. >> the council recently named one of the best companies in the year and we were pleased to partner with them when they needed growth capital. >> what level of funding do you give the businesses?
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what's the range? >> last year it ranged from $5,000 to $3.85 million. so our goal is to get the right capital to the right business at the right time. >> what are you looking for in a business? >> we're looking for a growth potential. in terms of the particular management team and owner, we're looking for someone who is coachable and someone who believes in their ability to move their team forward. >> and what can they use those found for, anything? >> anything. >> equipment, operations, r and d. >> equipment, acquisition, equipment. >> interesting, interesting. >> absolutely. >> and then you provide other resources other than the capital? >> you know, fred, to be successful, it's really not about the money, it's about the relationship. and our ability is to help these companies to find ways to grow. we take the time to listen, to ferret out what their strengths are and look for ways that our capital can help them to accomplish their growth goals. >> what's the common thread that
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runs through these businesses? we're still recovering from the recession. that must be part of it? >> really, it's businesses, as they evolve, they're at times needing something more risk toll rent than a local bank can do. we love working with banks and sometimes our new hampshire businesses, they deserve more risk tolerant capital. nice to have you here. if you want to look at some of that again, you want to go to wmur.com, click on news and click on project economy. >> now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch 9 forecast. we're starting off with chilly temperatures and that will quickly reverse around, a lot of sunshine and warmer temperatures on the way. here is manchester, breaks are already in the clouds and 43 degrees, one of the milder spots in the state right now as we take a look at those temperatures around the region. check it out.
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and also, 37 in concord, 36 in keene right now, but some 40's, also, on maps and we will continue to see those temperatures heading upwards once that sun starts to come out. some clouds in some areas right now. sunrise, 6:55 coming up soon, and sunset, 6:10 this evening. the normal or average high in concord is 62, we will go above that. an above average day on the way and tomorrow, and tuesday as well. so, some higher than. >> a temperatures upcoming. and let's take a look how we get there. well, we've got a lot of clouds out there. breaks are beginning to develop. these lighter shades of white show where the clouds are the thickest. these darker areas are where the clouds are already breaking up and will continue to do so through the hours. as it's crossing through the region, we'll see that sunshine continue to increase, so another sunny day is upcoming for today. a little bit breezy at times, but not a cold wind as it's a southwest wind, meaning it's bringing up warmer air from our
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southwest off to the other side of this front as you can see. plenty more sunshine to go. so it's a pretty nice trend for the next several days. let's take a look at futurecast, showing how we break up the clouds as we go into the morning hours, mid to light morning and pretty much all of us are in the sun by the afternoon and it continues into tomorrow as well. clear to partly cloudy tonight. tomorrow for columbus day, plenty of sun and that warm air that streams in overnight and makes it not quite as chilly tonight and we'll turn monday into almost a summer like day. and here is a look how we finish out the day, and monday night into tuesday, as this front back here approaches and the wind turn south easterly, and the winds come in off the ocean some clouds and hours off and on at times by tuesday, it can be more of an unsettled week ahead. but a little breezy, temperatures in the mid to upper 60's in most locations out there. lower 60's in the northern part of the state.
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now, for tonight, the temperatures are not quite as chilly and then tomorrow, check this out. mid 70's, on average around the state, some areas could even get to the upper 70's to near 80 degrees for columbus day, it starts to cool off after that with scattered showers arriving on tuesday. let's see what happened on the playing fields last night. >> now, news 9 sports. >> unh football on a bye week taking it to the classmates as ument unh is in the season opener, down 1-0. kellerher scores the first of the season. backhander ties it at one. wildcats trailing 2-1, fires from the blue line, and aic goalie gets a piece, but trickles through for the goal. makes it 2-2. later in the second, wildcats power play up 3-2. and weaves into the zone and
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unh wins its opener, 7-3. boston bruins, montreal canadiens, the beginning of this game was kind of like the end of the last game for defense. it took a minute 25 for the b's to give up a goal. david dejarne is on the board. and to eller for the goal. 2-0 for the canadiens. bruins gain control in the left wing circle, sets up matt for the first goal with boston. the 37 shots on net for montreal was too much. bruins lose 4-2. >> high school football, game of the week, bedford and goffstown. first quarter bedford trailing 3-zip. down the middle and he breaks free. 54-yard touchdown pass, 7-3 bedford. later in the quarter though,
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off to bourke who sprints for the corner of the end zone and he's in. four-yard touchdown run, goffstown 10-7. after a return for a touchdown, then a punt block return for a touchdown. ian runs it into the end zone and goffstown adds two field goals and wins 27-21. and after pinkerton's loss it looks like goffstown will be taking over the number one spot. i'm jim foley, that's a look at sports. still ahead here on news 9 this morning, a new hampshire couple takes home an unusual title. why this man is carrying his wife to an obstacle course, we have a new member of the wmur family this morning, say hello to norah grace mitchlic, rick and his wife mary in true sit com fashion. this new dad got pulled over for speeding on the way to the hospital.
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congratulations, nick and >> i do love this story, josh. a couple just won the wife carry contest in maine. josh: many is an and steph of lebanon competed against 30 couples.
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his wife through a 278 obstacle course, yard obstacles course. and for their prize they'll take home steph's weight in beer and five times her weight in cash. i wonder how they measure that, coins or dollar bills. $750 though. i would want them to do that five times the weight. amy: my husband is a rugby player, he would so be into that. i, however, would not. josh: maybe you can carry him. and 70's tomorrow, it's going to feel like summer all over again. amy: wish we could bottle it up in february. josh: bottle it up. amy: the news continues at the top of the hour. remembering the alstead floods,
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the word is out on a cherished fall tradition. thousands are driving in for the
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how you can check out the fun >> it was devastating. it was, you know, you don't see stuff like that every single day.
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that changed their lives forever. the special ceremony held to mark the 10th anniversary. >> a new boston family without a home this morning, how the red cross is stepping in to help. >> our beautiful weekend weather continues. we'll take a look at steadily warming temperatures and which will give us a taste of indian summer. >> breast cancer awareness month. how a former miss new hampshire is inspiring patients with her stories of her own survival. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do, now, wmur news 9 this morning. >> good morning, new hampshire, 7:00 on sunday, october 11th, i'm amy coveno. we'll get to the top stories in just a minute. first, josh judge is in the weather center with a look at the all important weekend forecast. it's going to be nice. josh: a chilly start. did you put on the heat yet. amy: i had a fire yesterday. josh: i heard my heat kick in the middle of the night last night.
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morning. we're looking at goffstown and the rolling hills at goffstown, and that's one of the warmer temperatures around. 39 in nashua, as well as rochester and mid 30's in places like keene, concord, and in the north country as well, but we'll see the temperatures reverse around quickly as we go through and the sun breaks out. already we're seeing the clouds thinning and now we see them thin and that trend continues and we turn mostly sunny and another fantastic day on the way. how warm will it get. mid or upper 60's in most places and coming up in our full forecast, we'll talk about when temperatures could get close to 80 degrees. >> a home in new boston could be a total loss after a fire last night. the single family home on chestnut hill road caught fire around 8:00. thankfully, no one was injured.
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food for the family. it's unclear how the fire started. alstead neighbors unveiled a plaque about the deadly flood that changed their lives, dozens of homes were washed away. how people of alstead of flood. >> it was a low-key ceremony as they remembered the day that changed this town forever. >> along the cold river on ground that was once underwater now stands a reminder of the event that alstead residents will never forget. ten years and two days ago, our town and our hearts were devastated by what we simply call the flood. >> dozens gathered on a beautiful saturday afternoon to witness the dedication of a plaque. it's built in memory of the four lives lost in recognition of the homes and property destroyed and in gratitude for all of those
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>> it's very painful, but this is a special town, i always thought so. all the people around me, i know at least half of them. >> on october 9th, flood waters swept through wiping out everything in its path. there were trailers, cars, parts of houses, outdoor furnaces still going with the smoke stack sticking up and i never seen anything like that in my life. >> it's hard to wrap my head around that. some of the houses i played in as a kid are just gone. >> some lost everything, but over the years the town was rebuilt and people rose above the devastation. >> this is all part of our psyche now, you know, that this happened and that we dealt with it and that it looks so nice around here now. >> the plaque is now another sign of a community that recovered. it cost $1,000 to build and paid for by resident donations of $20.05 each, representative of the year 2005.
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we had the money we needed in a split minute. >> as people came together in 2005 for support and strength, they've come together ten years later, this time to reflect. >> we're all talking about the flood and we're reminiscing about the flood and we're remembering how good we were to each other after the flood. about. and that's why, you know, i'll live here the rest of my life. >> years from now, residents say people may not understand the flood, but the plaque serves as a testament that this town and its people survived. >> in alstead, mike cronin, wmur, news 9. >> after nine people were shot on an oregon community campus this month. the systems that run new hampshire's university say safety is at the top of their list. the state's four university campuses designed their own emergency response plans to shootings while the seven community college, customize their plans on a homeland
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it includes how to prevent from escalating to community response plans. all are checked regularly. a dartmouth alume may donate to save the lodge in warren built in 1938 and traditionally plays host to the dartmouth freshman class during orientation. the lodge needs $17 million in repairs. george skip battle of the class of '98 announced he'll match contributions made between now, and june 30th, up to 5 million dollars. new hampshire is in the midst of a heroin epidemic and those in recovery say one of the biggest challenges is finding treatment immediately. the number of affordable beds is limited and waiting lists are long and the window of time for someone seeking help is very short. wmur's heather hamel reports if they can't get admitted quickly, they may give up. >> the state that we're in right now, there's know beds to have
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unless you have a the cash to pay for it. >> it's a problem that those for the hope for new hampshire recovery center run into too quickly. >> we can call and get you put on waiting lists, but right now the waiting list in new hampshire about four to six weeks for detox or treatment center. >> and casey says that is risky. he's in recovery himself and he says even people who come in daily often break down. you don't see them come in the door because that second and third day detoxes off opioids and alcohol is rough and a lot of people don't make it through that. >> the recovery center says a small percentage of bed for the patients, we ask in manchester. 30 to 40% of those beds are used for those patients. treatment is high and it can cost thousands a week and local
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hospitals can't provide long-term care. >> what options are there? just-- >> valley street. that's the option. >> casey is talking about jail. a grim reality that makes the role of the recovery center he volunteers at more important. >> we're going to validate that you are a person that needs help, all right? we're going to give you some empathy because we've been there, a lot of us have been there and we're going to give you support. hope for new hampshire recovery has seen more than 500 people since they opened in july. they applaud the efforts of state officials and say it's still not enough. >> bureaucracy has its time lines and unfortunately, people that have substance use disorder don't have long time lines. amy: state officials say that the 211 information line is a good avenue to start to get help. callers could get a list of phone numbers for experts in their area. a well-known local restaurant owner is issuing a challenge to those granite staters struggling
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to recover from addiction. if $100,000 is raised for easter seals by november 1st, alex ray will donate 100,000, all the money will help increase the number of treatment beds at easter seals. if you'd like to donate, visit easter seals.com/new hampshire. fall is in the air at the pumpkin festival in milford this weekend. thousands gathered on the historic milford oval for food and fun. the festival features a pumpkin catapult, beer and wine tasting and a haunted trail. organizers say their volunteers make this three-day event possible. >> it's anything from helping us just put on the festival to maybe doing their own nonprofit booths. be like a scout troop or the lions club or the rotary and if you add all of those people up. it's probably 700 people, it's a lot of people and they work for months on this. >> the festival is open today from 10:00 until 3:00.
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jackson does its part for the traditional fruit. you guessed it, the pumpkin people returned and you just never know who you might bump into. from rapunzel. there she is, to g.o.p. presidential hopeful donald trump-kin. it goes back years and 50 businesses, some of them plan for a year. the case against an army sergeant accused of going awol. what one military officer is recommending. >> justified, that's the conclusion drawn by two investigations into the police shooting of a 12-year-old hand-crafted...layer by layer. the new macchiato from dunkin' donuts. experience the flavor of fall with a new hot or iced
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people of dunkin' has a dark roast coffee that's deliciously roasted just right for a bold start and smooth finish that's never bitter. put down the dark roast you've been putting up with the one you deserve. >> good morning, and welcome back. here is a look at berlin, where
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it's brrr. 34 degrees out there. it's a chilly start and we're going to see increasing sunshine which means increasing temperatures. we'll talk about the rest of the up. amy: two investigations into the shooting of a 12-year-old cleveland boy say the officer weapon. documents released saturday concluded that white cleveland police officer timothy loehmann had reason to believe tamir rice was a threat. this video shows loehmann responding to a 911 call with a gun and he shot rice a few seconds after arriving at the scene. the investigation shows that rice was holding a pellet gun. the march in washington d.c. brought together african-american for one of the largest civil rights marches in history. and once then there will be a million man march on the national mall, organized by
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farrakhan who organize in 1995. he praised the black lives matter movement. the pentagon has authorized condolence payments to the families of the dozens of civilians killed and injured in a botched u.s.-led air strike in afghanistan. saturday, the pentagon press secretary said in a statement, it's important to address the consequences of the tragic accident. 22 medical staff and patients were killed. 39 injured last week when an air strike hit a doctor's without borders hospital. an army sergeant accused of deserting his post could avoid serious jail time if a key recommendation is listened to. according to bowe bergdahl's lawyers, the military officer in charge of last month's hearing is recommending that his case be sent to a less severe military court. the worst bergdahl is reduction
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in rank, discharge and short jail term. and he faces life in prison, he was captured for leaving his post in 2009. still to come here, embracing technology, one device that could make your next hospital just a swipe away for the next
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you're looking >> now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch 9 forecast. josh: after a pretty nice day today, temperatures will get warmer or milder today for the second half of the weekend and then as we go into the holiday tomorrow, even warmer still. wait until you see how you can almost use the word hot it's going to get tomorrow. first of all, we'll take a look at the seacoast, portsmouth overlooking the bridge and the salt piles, the tugs, are some clouds overhead, but they won't be lasting all that long. temperature 43 at the seacoast right now and around the region, spots. many places this morning, checking in with their temperatures in the 30's. so, yeah, it's chilly out there. seasonably chilly though. in fact, it would have been a lot colder except that a bunch of clouds rolled in overnight and sort of kept the temperatures that we had, kept it from dropping any farther,
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but now, the clouds are starting to thin out and we're going to see the clear skies moving back in which means plenty of sunshine as the sun is rising. you can see the brighter whites here, indicating where the clouds are the thickest, but the darker areas are where the clouds are thinning out and you're seeing many breaks in the clouds and that trend continues for the next several years. later this morning, most of us are seeing sunshine by noon time, pretty much all of us are seeing sunshine, and that lasts through the afternoon, clear skies for tonight. this is just a momentary blip rolling through and we'd widen it farther and it goes on and the cold front in canada sweeps through. we've got warming temperatures and plenty of sunshine on the way as well. futurecast showing these clouds breaking apart in southern new hampshire and then eventually in northern new hampshire as well. a few clouds in the mountains as you would typically expect and
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the temperatures tonight, not dipping down quite as much. tomorrow morning, sure, it will be chilly, but not as chilly as right now. and then tomorrow, all of that sunshine, look at the sunshine that we'll be seeing during the day for monday and warmer temperatures go along with it as well. then, that front approaches on tuesday, and the chance for scattered showers rolls in and sorts of unsettled weather and cooler beyond for the rest of the week, but not today and tomorrow, those temperatures warmer than they were yesterday. yesterday we were in the 50's to near 60, today, 60 near 70 in some spots and then for tonight, as i mentioned, not quite as chilly, still cool, in the 40's and check out tomorrow. these high temperatures are amazing. for tomorrow, we will be in the mid 70's in a lot of locations. some spots could get near, we could challenge 80 degrees in some parts of southern new hampshire, particularly the merrimack valley.
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tuesday, too. amy: 80, josh? >> i think it's a possibility that somebody hits 80. amy: would that be a record? >> no, but still amazing. amy: yesterday, a high schooler received a visitor that wasn't welcome. josh: checks this out. a stadium flooded in washington state and it's not that they weren't welcoming the rainfall, but at this particular location, a football team wanted it to just go away. amy: rob the has the report. >> this is the high school bowl filling up with case kaeding water falls. >> bro. >> minute later it was shaked. cody, a junior caught the deluge on camera. >> it was crazy because it was rushing like a water fall. >> several bands of rain kept it flooded and it may have blown out the entire season.
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couple of games at home to push the playoffs and takes away from the season. >> this was schuster parkway and sewers so overflying, geisers were shooting in the air and caused a mudslide in the southbound lanes. road crews worked to clean it up, but by the end of the taye they were told to go home with the threat of more rain and mudslides. more than anyone bargained forments last two years is the only time i seen something crazy like that happen. amy: coming up next, news 9 this morning, they're supposed be to a halloween treat, but some parents say why they're anything, but fun. why so many are so upset about the packages of pens. she was crowned as miss new hampshire and then diagnosed
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she's giving back to her >> you know it was just a matter of time. your next doctor's visit could be an ipad swipe away. introducing telemedicine to new hampshire. shelley walcott has the story. >>. shelley: anthem blue cross blue shield is putting a doctor at your fingertips. >> online may be knew to you. the professional you're seeing is use today seeing a patient
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>> a new hampshire law now says you can use your tablet or smartphone with a health care provider. previously you couldn't do that unless there was a face-to-face relationship with the doctor. >> the access is 24/7. >> the access online is 24/7. the physicians are available and licensed in new hampshire so for our members, accessing care becomes quite easy. >> here is how the service works, patients must register online and answer a short questionnaire and within a few minutes, a doctor arrives for your visit. >> hello. >> hi, dr. mia. >> dr. mia finkle steins say most are for the cold and flus. >> in the three years and two months i only sent one child to the e.r., that was for a burn. oosh usually i'm referring them to the primary care physician the next day if i feel it's
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>> starting january 1st most anthem blue cross and blew field patients, they'll be calling live health online a portal to the future of medicine. >> i think we've only seen the tip of the iceberg here. >> cool story, that was shelley walcott reporting and doctors live health online are available 24/7, 365 days a we are. they're all board certified u.s. based doctors, nonemergency health issues. a woman is asking the seacoast target to pull a toy from their shelves. she spotted the packs of pens looking like hypodermic needles. target refused to pull the toy and other retailers sell similar items, but she's not giving up. she launched an effort on
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facebook to try to get others to add pressure. here is what's coming up in our next half hour of news this morning. she may be a former miss new hampshire, but she has a story to tell. how she's helping others who are battling breast cancer. >> love you, too. >> thunderous applause and laughter this weekend at the dnc convention as a special message
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the >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, it's 7:30, i'm amy coveno. we begin with a live look at meredith. 45 degrees and quiet at the moment. here is a look at top stories on
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canterbury police were taken on a chase. chikara chikara ishikawa was the driver. and mary carlin is fighting a disease and helps to help others. first to josh judge talking about crazy temperatures particularly for tomorrow, right, josh. josh: we're in the middle of a beautiful weekend. today is nice as we overlook with our tower cam here at manchester, the clouds are breaking apart as we speak and will continue to do so over the next couple of hours and the sunshine will break through. here are your temperatures though. it's a chilly start. no doubt about it. 30's and lower 40's, but headed into the 60's.
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those clouds are showing signs of breaking apart. you can see the darker areas, and the lighter areas where clouds are thicker and moving along and we continue to pull away. the forecast from 60 to 70. mid and upper 60's and southern new hampshire with lots of sunshine developing after this cloudy start. we've got the details how much warmer it gets, an almost summer-like feel. we will talk about that coming up. >> leading police on a chase. 70-year-old chikara ishikawa here from japan was allegedly 7:00. when they tried to pull him over he allegedly refused to stop. another trooper set up a spike strip down the highway and that did stop the vehicle. he was charged with reckless driving, disobeying an officer and resisting arrest. voters in derry get to weigh in on a budget. rejecting an appeal filed by the
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the judge previously elected a special election. there was a budget earlier this year, with several cuts including to public safety, but residents filed petitions and that election is now set for tuesday, we will, of course, let you know what happens. october is national breast cancer awareness month. every two minutes a woman in the united states gets the terrifying diagnosis. one former miss new hampshire is now trying to help and inspire breast cancer patients through their hardest days. wmur's kristin carosa has her story. >> mary morin carlin was diagnosed with breast cancer at 30 years old. and now her focus is shifting, no one fights this alone. bedford. served as miss new hampshirements since then she moved to new york, got married and had a baby not realizing her
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life was about to change. >> i was in shock. i mean, i thought, here i am, i'm 36 years old, and i have a two-year-old daughter and a husband. >> mary felt some pain in her right breast in february. she went to her doctor. after several tests she was diagnosed with stage one breast cancer. >> a week and a half after i got diagnosed, i had both breasts removed and then i rested for three weeks and then i started eight rounds of chemotherapy over the course of six months. >> through this process, mary has discovered she's high risk for breast cancer and ovarian cancer. >> the next step is in november, i'll have my ovaries, uterus and cervix removed because i have another genetic variation for cancer. >> during this time she's kept her family and her miss new
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hampshire partners. she's founding a support group for women. >> when you're in your 20's and 30's and you have breast cancer, you feel very alone. >> mary wants to create gift bags to give to breast cancer patients to make them feel better. and a spa and salon in derry is holding a fund raising october 18th to help raise money to help make that happen. >> all of these nice things we hope we can provide them and put a smile on their face, and help them financially with extra things. >> mary wants to fill the bag with special things she wished she had when going through treatments. when the bags are created some will go to manchester and the rest will go to the cancer center where she received treatment in new york city. head to wmur.com for the event details. reporting in the studio, kristin
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carosa, wmur news 9. amy: u.s. senators from new hampshire and maine are asking the defense department to reconsider expenses for workers at the portsmouth naval ship yard. they're calling for flexibility to ensure that ship yard workers don't have to pay out of pockets for meals and incidental expenses. jeanne shaheen and kelly ayotte signed the bill this week. and honoring police officers killed in the line of duty. the annual 5k foot race ends in gill stadium. all proceeds go to the athletic league connecting youth through activities. good luck, runners. and a bomb went off in turkey killing over 90 and wounding
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over a hundred. abc's has the detailsments two bombs exploded within seconds of each other, targeting a rally of peace and turning it into a place of death and despair. the bombs exploded as peace protesters and kurdish activists danced and rallied for more democracy and peace between kurds and turks in front of the train station in ankara. ambulances rushed to the scene taking the injured to hospitals, but help came too late for far too many. others never had a chance. turkey's prime minister said there were strong signs that the the-- that it was suicide bombings. the internal affairs minister adding this terrorist attack is an atrocity against the turkish republic, we condemn it.
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responsibility for the double bombing. amy: we turn now to 2016 coverage. another presidential candidate will visit the granite state today. senator lindsey graham will begin his day in pelham followed by stops in goffstown and hudson. several will visit tomorrow as well. martin o'malley, chris christie, bernie sanders, george pataki, jim webb and john kasich. did you get all that. all of them at the convention in manchester. and president obama with roars of laughter and offering advice to kanye west. he announced plans for the oval office and yesterday, at a democratic national committees fundraiser fundraiser, president obama had a little bit of fun. >> do you really think this country is going to elect a black guy from the south side of chicago with a funny name to be
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that's crazy. amy: president obama joked that kanye is thinking of running for speaker of the house and cracked that it, quote, couldn't get any stranger. josh: oh, yes, it could. amy: oh, yes, it could. october just began, we're already seeing the s-word in new hampshire. josh: snow. i told you it could get stranger. flakes are flying saturday morning on the sky cameras atop mount washington. temperatures in the 20's, winds gusting over 80 miles per hour. the manager tells us the snow arrived late this year, late. now that it's here, it's a sight that can't be missed. >> we've got the colors and then they're topped by the white top. and the blue skies now that the cloud cleared and snow on the foreground, it's really
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josh: if you're thinking of taking a ride to the top of mount washington shall the staff says make sure to arrive early to beat the crowds. you can drive it yourself or take a guided tour. amy: they're giddy up there. >> they love the snow and the wind. when you're a mile up, you never know what's coming up. amy: stay with us, next, from music to air styles. we've seen a lot of things change over the last 20 years, including our website. we'll take a look back how wmur.com came to be. josh: and we'll talk about what is to come. it's the weather and that will be a pretty nice one today. what's coming up for tomorrow in your forecast. . amy: unh men's ice hockey opened its season.
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americ people want change, they want reform, they want to see something done, but just carping about it and whining about it and making speeches about it doesn't get it done. nobody has shaken up the system more than i have. i've always been unorthodox in this and against the grain. but you know what? i know how to get it done. new day independent media committee, inc. is responsible for the content
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>> >> new this morning, police in wolfeboro are investigating a fatal crash on beach pond road. only one vehicle was involved
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and investigators say speed appear to be a factor. police have not identified the driver. it's a fairly new development for tv news, swapping out paper scripts for ipads and digital tools. those tools have come a long way. in fact, wmur.com just turned 20 years old. the earliest days of our site were ground breaking. wmur's sean mcdonald's explains why. sean: october of 1995, o.j. simpson was just found not was on. and something called the internet with computers. >> we were plugged into the walls, no palm pilots or pda's or iphones. internet. a station engineering posted wmur.com on the web. >> it was a static page with no content and no one knew what the
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didn't e-mail at the time. >> chris murphy a production assistant at the time took over as web master, everybody should be able to experience it, it's interactive. >> we caught up with chris to discuss the site that many thought would never catch up. >> i started putting on content locally and then around the world. >> reporters were adding content on tv and the website. a tour of the studio was created and tv segments were posted online with an early version of a dvr chris made. another first, chris put the entire new hampshire sex offender registry on the site. >> and it became news that we had that. >> by the 2000's wmur.com had gone from a simple home screen with five or six stories, to a full-blown act active experience.
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updating stories, for a few years, it was known as the wmur channel.com. the site added full radar and more live streaming of events allowing things like trials to be broadcast without interrupting regular programming and then, live streaming of our newscast that you could watch now on your computer, or mobile device. 20 years later, wmur.com is one of the fastest growing parts of the station. the site and mobile app has four full-time staff members. the news source many doubted in the early days of the internet now has more than a million page views a day. i'm sean mcdonald, wmur news 9. >> now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch 9 forecast. josh: wow, 20 years old. i wish i was old enough to remember back when it started. one of these days. let's take a look what's going on temperature-wise out there.
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it's a chilly start out there right now. the clouds are breaking apart in the north country. look in the foreground, lots of color there, actually in the great north woods this morning and this weekend, this past week and even through the weekend, we're seeing rapid change in the foliage out there as things are progressing quickly with the perfect recipe this week. and this weekend, for getting more and more color. 45 degrees right now in parts of new hampshire, the temperatures in the north country though in the 30's and 30 degrees atop mount washington, isn't that interesting? it's not a whole lot cooler atop mount washington as it is on the bottom. typically a lot more difference in the temperature because warmer air is streaming in aloft. it comes in at the higher altitudes and work down. we warm up some today and tomorrow. it's chilly out there in the 30's and lower 40's. the average high for today for this date is 62 degrees for
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above that by at least four, five, six degrees, probably. probably about five degrees, would i say for our high in concord of 66, 67, 68, somewhere in that neighborhood and we're right around average where we are at the moment. a lot of clouds rolled in last night and stopped the temperature freefall. it would be colder this morning if that hadn't happened. and now we're seeing past sunrise the clouds are starting to move past us as well. we're starting to see them break apart and it's thanks to a weak disturbance rolling on through. you can see it's bringing rain through to parts of southern canada. it did not extend here, they'll pull away on the other side and the sunshine will increase in the morning hours and in through tomorrow as well. tomorrow looks unbelievable. let's take a look at your conditions, clouds breaking apart today and a few clouds lingering perhaps in the north country, but otherwise it's partly to mostly sunny skies developing for today. temperatures all throughout the 60's as i mentioned.
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tonight, not as cool, why? well, because the warmer air is streaming in and tomorrow, here is your monday. columbus day, nonstop sunshine and temperatures almost reminiscent of summer. today in the mid to upper 60's and then tomorrow, we go higher than that. in fact, the temperatures tomorrow will be heading up into, as you see here. the mid 70's, very likely. here is a look where we could be-- well, that's not it. the temperatures around the region though, mid and upper 70's, as we head to tomorrow. the week ahead cooling and the temperatures will be cooling. the rainfall may be falling at times as well. let's check out sports. >> now, news 9 sports. >> unh football on a bye week, take ago back seat to their hockey classmates as unh hockey taking on american international. there's dickey behind the bench after a three year extension in the off season.
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first period, tyler kellerher, backhander, ties it at one. matt dawson fires from the blue line. goalie murray gets a piece and trickles through. 2-2. later in the second, wildcats on the power play up 3-2. and they weave into the zone and finds the goal. they each record four points as unh wins 7-3. the pro level, boston bruins and montreal canadiens, the beginning of this was like the end for the defense. it took 25 minutes for the b's to give up a goal. and then in the second period more for montreal. simmons to eller for the goal. scoring twice. new 3-zip, bruins take control, and there is his first call for
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bruins lose 4-2. serious implications in the goffstown. first quarter bedford ball trailing 3-0, down the middle, he breaks free. 54 yard touchdown pass, 7-3 bedford. later in the quarter, goffstown gervais takes the handoff to bourke to sprints for the corner of the end zone. four yard touchdown one goffstown up 10-7. and a factor for the grizzlies, back for a touchdown. goffstown blocks the next punt. runs it into the end zone goffstown gets two field goals and wins 27-21, and gervais gives credit to the special teams. >> blocked the bunt and then scored, that was huge for us and set the momentum on our side and
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helped us lead throughout the game. >> kearsarge hosting mon w mow-- and he's off. 65 yards to the house. kearsarge completes the come back, 38-26. you can catch the scores on wmur.com/fnf. i'm jim foley. that's a look at sports. amy: thank you. we have a new member of the wmur family. say hello to norah grace, rich and his wife mary in true sit com fashion, dad got pulled over for speeding on the way to the hospital for her arrival yesterday.
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choose from tender corned beef or oven roasted turkey breast, topped with sauerkraut, melty swiss cheese and thousand island dressing. enjoy one while they're here! subway. eat fresh. >> a new hampshire couple just won the wife carrying competition at a ski resort in maine. josh: you heard that right. they competed against 30 other couples and sam was the quickest to carry his wife through a 278 yard obstacle course. for their prize, get this, they'll take home steph's weight in beer and five times her
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weight in cash for a grand total of $750. does that look comfortable? >> not even remotely. josh: you're doing the competition, but can't say anything about your wife's weight. amy: you can never say anything about your wife's weight. josh:. josh: is that ok? oh, it's fine, oh! . amy: however, considering how they factor in the prize money, you'd do better to weigh-- >> that's right. amy: get to the weather, josh, seriously! . josh: if you had your weight in temperatures it'd be, oh, boy, am i getting into trouble there? 67 degrees today. temperatures tomorrow in the 70's with the chance of showers after, but a beautiful columbus day ahead. amy: what a weekend, right? yeah. josh: fantastic. amy: today's top stories coming up next. remembering the alstead floods. how residents are marking the 10th anniversary. also, the weather is cooling
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>> it was devastating. you know, you don't see stuff like that every single day. >> now, on news 9 this morning, a community remembers a flood forever. the special ceremony held to mark the 10th anniversary. a new boston family without a home this morning. to help. >> our beautiful weekend weather
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continues. we'll take a look at steadily warming temperatures and which day could give us a taste of indian summer. >> and october is breast cancer awareness month. how a former miss new hampshire is inspiring patients with her own story of survival. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. >> good morning, new hampshire, 8:00 on sunday. october 11th. i'm amy coveno. we'll get to the top stories in a minute. josh mcelveen is -- josh judge is in the weather center. josh: schools have monday off and not a bad day today. 43 right now in hampton with clouds around and there are clouds in some parts of the sedate state. we've seen them start the
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process of reversing around and heading up through the 40's and into the 50's and 60's is where we end up today with enough sunshine out there. clouds at the moment, they're gradually breaking up. you can already see breaks developing in the clouds and once this continues rolling through and pulls away this morning. the sunshine increases from cloudy to sunny. it will be pleasant and breezy and temperatures between 60 and 70 and believe it or not going higher tomorrow. we could get another 10 degrees or so higher. we'll show you the amazing temperatures coming up in a couple of minutes. >> a home in new boston could be a total loss after a fire last night. the single family home on chestnut hill road caught fire around 8:00. thankfully, no one was injured. the red cross is assisting with food, clothing and overnight accommodations for the family. it's unclear how it started.
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anniversary of a deadly flood that changed their lives. four people were killed and dozens of homes were washed away. and remembering the victims of the flood. >> ok, a special ceremony for the people of alstead as they remembered the day that changed this town forever. >> along the cold river on ground that was once underwater, now stands a pre minder of an event that alstead residents will never forget. >> ten years and two days ago, our town and our hearts were devastated by what we simply call the flood. >> dozens gathered on a beautiful saturday afternoon to witness the dedication of a plaque. it's about ilt-- built in memory of the four lives of property destroyed and all those who helped with rescues and recovery. >> it's very painful, but this is a special town. i always thought so. >> all of these people around me, i know at least half of them.
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>> and october 9th, 2005, flood waters swept through towns and path. >> there were trailers, cars, parts of houses, outdoor furnaces still going with the smoke stack sticking up. and i never seen anything like that in my life. >> it's hard to wrap by head around that. some of the houses i played in as a kid are just gone. >> some lost everything, but over the years, the town was rebuilt and people rose above the devastation. >> this is all part of our psyche now, you know, that this happened and that we dealt with it, and then it looks so nice around here now. >> the plaque is now another sign of a community that recovered. it costs $1,000 to build and was paid for by resident donations of $ $20.05, representative of 2005. as people came together in support and strength, they've come together ten years later
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this time it reflect. >> we're all talking about the flood and reminiscing about the flood and remembering how good we were to each other after the flood and this is what community is about and that's why, you know, i'll live here the rest of my life. >> years from now, residents say people may not understand the flood, but the plaque serves as a testament that to town and its people survived. >> mike cronin, wmur, news 9. >> after nine people were shot on an oregon community college this month. the systems that run new hampshire university says that safety is at the top of the list. they design and have response plans to shootings, while the seven community colleges customize their plans based on a homeland security template. they are escalating to emergency response plans, all of the systems are checked regularly. >> a dartmouth alum could donate
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beloved lodge in the mountains. the lodge in warrant was built in 1938 and traditionally plays host to the class during orientation. they need 17 million in repairs. george skip battle of the class of 98 announced he'll match contributions for the project between now and the 30th up to 5 million dollars. >> new hampshire's in the midst of a heroin epidemic and those in recovery say one of the biggest challenges is finding treatment immediately. the number of affordable beds is long. in the window of time for someone seeking help is short. wmur's heather hamel reports that if they can't get admitted quickly, they may give up. >> the state that we're in right now, there's no beds unless you pay cash for it. >> and it's a problem that those at the recovery center run into too frequently.
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>> we can get you put on a waiting list. right now four to six weeks in new hampshire for detox or treatment center. >> and casey says that that wait is risky. he is in recovery himself and says even people who are often break down. >> and then you don't see them come in the door anymore because that second and third day of detoxing off opioids and off alcohol is rough and a lot of people don't make it through that. >> and a small percentage are utilized for the uninsured or medicaid patients. they say for long-term care, 30 to 40% of those beds are used for their patients and that state wide insurance co-pays for treatment are high and paying cash for a bed can cost thousands a week and local hospitals can't provide long-term care. >> what options are there? just what-- >> valley street, that's the option. >> casey is talking about jail.
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a grim reality that makes the role of the recovery center he volunteers at even more important. >> we are going to validate that you are a person that needs help, all right? we're going to give you empathy because we've been there, a lot of us have been there and we're going to give you support. >> hope has seen more than 500 people since july and applaud the efforts. >> bureaucracy has time lines and people who have substantial disorder don't have long time lines. >> state officials have said the 211 information line is a good start for help. callers can get a list of phone numbers of experts in their area. a well-known local restaurant owner is issuing a challenge to help those struggling to recover from addiction. if $11 00,000 is raised for easter
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1st, a man will donate. if you'd like to donate visit easter seals new hampshire. pumpkin milford. the 26th annual festival includes a catapult, beer and wine tasting and a haunted trail. and organizers make it possible. >> if it's anything for the festival or nonprofit groups like the scout troop, lion's club or the rotary. if you add them up it's a lot of on this. >> the festival is open today from 10:00 until 3:00. morning. the case against an army sergeant accused of going awol. and what one military officer is now recommending. justified, that's the conclusion
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the police shooting of a
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details ahead. back. here is a live look at the seacoast. temperatures are headed into the of 60's today around most of the granite state and increasing sunshine, too, we'll talk about the rest of the holiday weekend including columbus day tomorrow in a few minutes. >> two investigations into the shooting of a 12-year-old cleveland boy say the officer was justified in firing his weapon. documents released saturday concluded that white cleveland police officer timothy loehmann had reason to believe tamir rice was a threat. this video shows loehmann responding to a 911 call with a gun. he shot him seconds after arriving on the scene. rice was holding a pellet gun. and the million man march
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african-american men for the largest rally in history. the event was organized by nation of islam leader louis farrakhan who helped to organize the march in 1995. he spoke about the black lives matter movement. offering condolence payments to the families of the victims in the bombing in afghanistan. the press secretary said it's important to address the tranl tragic consequences of the incident. they hit the doctors without borders hospital. leading the judicial proceedings against bowe bergdahl accused of abandoning his post in 2009. he was captured by the taliban and held for five years.
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nonjudicial punishment. he would avoid a military trial which the maximum penalty would be life in prison. if it goes to the other court, he could have discharge and short jail term. he was traded for political prisoners setting off a political firestorm.
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>> now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch 9 forecast. >> it's a sunday morning, depends where you are, it's a chilly start, but we're warming you up. 60's. as much sunshine as we saw yesterday afternoon. it will take time in some areas to see the clouds break apart, but they're doing so in many locations. 46 in bridge water right now. a beautiful start to the day regardless, as those temperatures will be heading up into the 50's and then the 60's, but look where we're starting and this is a few degrees warmer than last hour.
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as we look around the storm watch 9 spotter temperatures. litchfield showing up at 39 degrees, upper 30's, rather, to lower 40's in southwestern new hampshire and right up the connecticut river valley and most places showing up again in the lower to mid 40's. a few upper 30's still and 30's in many parts of northern new hampshire where you expect it to be a little cooler. the clouds moved in late last night. and that actually stopped the temperatures from dropping quite as much. the clouds at night almost act as a blanket to keep the warmth in and then now, they're pulling away and breaking apart. so great timing because the clouds for the disturbance rolled through overnight and it will take a few hours in some locations and you can see the general trend here is for this. the access to the weak trough to push through and we return to more sunshine going through the morning and mid day hours. by lunchtime.
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we're partly cloudy in northern new hampshire. look at the sunshine on the way to our west and those are warmer temperatures moving in just in time for columbus day. so we take today and we move the hours forward with futurecast, clouds break ago apart. a few lingering clouds and even there, partly sunny and then tonight, clear skies with more sunshine on the way for your monday. check out monday, look at the sunshine that we will be seeing tomorrow and that continues through the day with warmer temperatures. as a front approaches from the west, the winds shift and that's why scattered showers will be around on tuesday at times, and then off and on through the week, there could be a few unsettled times with a shower or two, and cooler conditions as well. but here is a look at temperatures we're expecting for today. as you can see, lower 60's in northern new hampshire, mid 60's in central parts of the state and mid to upper 60's across southern new hampshire and then tomorrow, check this out.
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going to be insane compared to what we're used to. certainly not breaking any records, but look where we are headed there with the temperatures well into the 70's. could be in the upper 70's in parts of southern new hampshire. cooling off a bit after that, the chance of scattered showers at times on tuesday and we'll see those around and wednesday, maybe a spot shower here and well. cooling through the week, but average temperatures for this time of year. >> what a weekend. >> yeah, couldn't have timed out better. we've had so many this whole year, the holiday weekend. >> a touching tribute a six-year-old to his dad to fishermen. >> how ian is making a difference. >> october 5th, 2015. >> hello, my name is ian, i've got some lures, i've got a gift for you. >> one year ago--
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>> my dad passed away. >> from a heart attack. >> after i read that, my compassion comes up. >> we'll give to others. >> do you want some gifts? >> yeah, what have you got there? >> i've go the some lures and bobbers. >> i was just going to buy some lures and ian said let's buy bobbers, too. >> somehow the lures and bobbers found their way into the right hands. >> my dad passed away from a heart attack and he also loved to fish and the two things, it just hit me so hard. >> that's one thing that i can remember with my dad is he took me fishing. those are things you never forget. >> and one of ian's favorite memories with his dad mark was bridge. world. >> a couple of months ago he and his mother decided this is how they'd make it through the day. >> because my dad loved to go
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>> he would enjoy it, that we're giving back in his name. >> and reminding others. >> enjoy and remember to tell those who you love. >> how you feel about them every day. >> of life's greatest lesson. >> because you never know when they will be gone. amy: coming up next on news 9 this morning, they're supposed to be a halloween treat, but some parents say these are anything, but fun. why some parents are so upset about the packs of pens. in our next half hour, she was crowned miss new hampshire and diagnosed with breast cancer. now she's giving back to her
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how s it is time to deal with skyrocketing out-of-pocket costs. commentator: the 32-year-old head of a pharmaceutical company raised the price of a life-saving drug overnight by 5,000%. i'm announcing a detailed plan to crack down on these abuses. commentator: he may be lowering it after hillary clinton blasted him out of the water. her plan would limit the out-of-pocket costs that consumers have to pay. clinton: nobody in america should have to choose between buying the medicine they need and paying their rent.
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>> businesses are bracing for season. the national retail federation says that spending should go up 3.7%, that's lower than last year, which saw an increase of more than 4%. if this forecast holds true, it would be the first slow down in spending growth since 2012, when super storm sandy bogged down sales. and get what some are calling a dangerous toy pulled in shelves. ballpoint pens marketed to children children, that look like needles. jennifer crompton has the story. >> susan says what she saw on a trip to the local target left
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the parent and teacher deeply disturbed. party packs of toy pens made to look like hype determine needles needles. given the heroin epidemic, she finds it appalling and with children finding needles on playgrounds, it's a toy that's confusing and other parents agree. >> it's sickening. i don't know why people think it's appropriate for halloween, whatever they're thinking, i find it unacceptable. >> when she asked the store manager and the office to remove, they would not. she started a facebook. and another reposted. >> so that it's taken off the shelves, it's not a joke, not a toy, it's a serious problem. >> while experts don't suggest the product's timing is
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malicious, it can be seen as insensitive to a horrifying issue. >> it's important to be mindful of issues like these and open it up to a larger conversation into the community because there's a huge problem with opiates and heroin. >> and target indicated there would be no change in the product's availability and that other retailers celt products like them. but the grass roots effort rages on. on the seacoast, jennifer crompton, wmur news 9. amy: here is what's coming up in the next half hour of news 9. she's a former miss new hampshire and she plans to help other with breast cancer. and derry voters will tell you what they're voting on. took at that spectacular view.
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, it's 8:30, i'm amy coveno. a live look along the seacoast tere. 45 in portsmouth. here is a look at top stories. a police pursuit ended in arrest, police say 70-year-old chikara ishikawa refused to pull over. over 90 people are dead after a bombing in the turkey capital. and former miss new hampshire, mary morin carlin wants to help others who are battling. and josh judge is in the weather center. are you still there or skip out early. josh: i'm going to do some leaf viewing, maybe i'll be back in time or maybe not.
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and the elliott rivers edge camera, you can see the sun is out in some parts of the state and others will not. the temperatures are off on the chilly side. 30's and lower to mid 40's depending where you are. there's the clouds, notice the dark spots within, that's where breaks are in those clouds where the sun is allowed to come through, but in general, you're going to notice the back edge pulling through and we're going to see the sunshine increase. we start out cloudy to partly cloudy this morning and we turn into sunny skies as we go through the day today. pleasantly milder between 60 and 70 degrees, mid to upper 60's in central and southern parts of the state. wait until you see how much milder it gets tomorrow. i'll have those in a few minutes. >> a man in canterbury led new hampshire state police on a chase saturday morning. investigators say 70-year-old chikara ishikawa here from japan was allegedly speeding on i-93 at 7:00.
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when they tried to pull him over, he refused to stop. they put down a stop strip. he's charged with disobeying an officer and resisting arrest. in wolfeboro, investigating a fatal crash on beach pond road. only one vehicle was involved here and speed appears to be a factor. police have not identified the driver. this week, voters in derry will get to weigh in on the budget after a state supreme court rejected the appeal filed by the counsel. the town council passed a budget this year that included several cuts, including to public safety, but residents filed petitions and the election is now set for tuesday. we will of course let you know how that turns out. >> and moving on to commitment 2016 coverage this morning, another presidential candidate visiting the granite state today. lindsey graham will follow stops
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in goffstown and hudson and including martin o'malley, donald trump, lindsey graham, jorge pataki, jim webb, and john kasich, all of whom will be at the no labels solvers convention in manchester. the red cross installed free smoke alarms in nashua. volunteers helped to create evacuation plans and plans for emergencies. part of the home fired campaign and installing smoke alarms and reducing deaths. if you need a smoke alarm call your red cross office. in the united states many women have breast cancer. and a former miss new hampshire wants to help them through their darkest day.
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mary morin carlin was diagnosed with breast cancer at just 36 years old. she was going through the same thing and reminding no one fights this alone. mary morin carlin grow up in bedford. >> i graduated unh and served as miss new hampshire. >> since then she moved to new york and got married and had a baby not realizing her life was about to change. >> i was in shock, i mean, i thought, here i am, i'm 36 years old, and i have a two-year-old daughter and a husband. >> mary felt some pain in her right breast in february and she went to her doctor. after several tests she was diagnosed with stage one breast cancer. >> i got both breasts removed and i started eight weeks of chemotherapy through the course of six months. >> through the process she discovered she's high risk for breast cancer and ovarian cancer.
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i'll have my ovaries, uterus and cervix removed because i have another genetic variation for uterine cancer. >> during this time she's kept her family and former miss new hampshire close guy. fighting fab rustily, it's an online support group for women. >> when, you know, you're in your 20's and 30's and you have breast cancer, you feel very alone. >> mary wants to create gift bags to give out to breast cancer patients to make them feel better after going through treatments. her hair dresser and own of bon-v salon in derry october 18th will help make that happen. >> all of these nice things, we hope we can provide them and put a smile on their face and help them financially with all of these extra things. >> mary says she wants to fill the bags with special things
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that she wished she had when she was going through treatments. when the bags are created, some will go to the norris cotton canton center in manchester and the rest in the center where she received treatment in new york city. head to wmur.com for the event details. reporting in the studio, kristin carosa, wmur news 9. >> new this morning, u.s. senators from new hampshire and maine are asking the defense department to reconsider policy changes regarding expenses for workers at the portsmouth ship yard. they call on the department to consider flexibility to ensure that ship yard workers don't have to pay out of their pockets. they signed the letter this week. two bombs exploded at a peace rally in turkey's capital city, killing 95 people and pounding more than 100. jennifer eckles has details on the bombings. two bombs exploded within 50
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yards and seconds of each other, targeting a joyful rally for peace and turning it into a place of death and despair. the bombs exploded as peace protesters and kurdish activists danced and rallied for more democracy and peace between kurds and turks in front of a train station in the capital ankara. survivors tried to help the wounded and ambulances arrived to take the injured to the hospitals. help came too late for far too many. others never had a chance. turkey's prime minister said there are strong signs the attacks were suicide bombings. >> the internal affairs minister adding this terrorist attack is an atrocity against the turkish republic. we condemn it. so far no one has declared responsibility for the double bombing. >> closer to home now, a suspect was shot and killed by police in beverly, massachusetts saturday. the essex county district
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attorney says a 49-year-old man from hamilton hit four cars including two police officers. that's when an officer ordered him to get out of the car and stop, he didn't. police described him as suicidal. the officer has been placed on administrative leave. happening today, your chance to honor police officers killed in the line of duty. the and mall foot race for the fallen will start at manchester and end inside gill stadium. all proceeds go to those that help youth through athletic activities. amy: i had the heat on and we're seeing snow in new hampshire, aren't we? >> yes, we are. and the flakes were flying saturday morning for our cameras atop mount washington. cameras in the 20's with winds gusting over 80 miles per hour. oh. the general manager of the mount washington auto road tells that
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the snow arrived late this year, but now that it's here, it's a sight that can't be missed. amy: if you're thinking about taking a ride, they say arrive early to beat the crowds. you can't go all the way to the top on the auto road. josh: you can kind of hike and get some exercise. amy: ok. you hike. [laughter] >> i'm telling you, you can to it. amy: no. josh: let me know how it goes. that's a spectacular view. amy: they love that rotten weather, they relish it. goffstown and bedford battle, we'll have highlights and week. >> coming up on new hampshire's business. one group leveraged 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. is responsible for the content
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who has the plan for jobs? jeb. tax cuts for the middle class. eliminates special loopholes. an explosion in growth and new jobs. jeb: cut taxes. grow america. right to rise usa is responsible for the
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>> welcome to new hampshire's business, i'm fred kocher. many of you know how tough it is to raise money whether you're a business or organization. there's one group in new hampshire that has raised a lot of money for small businesses and they've done well and they've leveraged millions of dollars. ap here is that group. new hampshire community loan fund in 2515 and its economic arm provided 9 million in growth capital to new hampshire businesses 30.5 million in growth capital and then helped retain 260 new hampshire jobs. with me to talk about this is the vice-president of the new
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and the head of its economic arm, john hamilton. >> thank you, fred, nice to have you here. >> and let me read off the communities. this is amazing, you have a geographic spread across the state you've invested in the last year, rochester, rye, north hampton, pittsfield, manchester, ware, concord, haverhill and some of those businesses, an egg farm, a flight system later, a baker, brewery and a manufacturer. >> and when we say we're representing new hampshire's economy we mean every street corner in new hampshire and we're out there looking for businesses to partner with. >> before i ask you the level of funding that you invest in the small businesses to help them grow. >> we raise capital from people like you and i. that's how we're supportive and helpful to the businesses that have a growth potential. >> crowd sourcing, so to speak?
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>> yes, bo et -- both from individuals like you and i and churches and foundations, all people looking to help support our local economy, and have made a connection between buying local and now you can invest local. >> right, right. now, let's put up pictures of the businesses that you've helped. here is the first one, rustic crust in pittsfield and that's the owner. >> this is a relationship that began with a fairly high risk investment about five years ago and as they've grown, their needs have changed. one of the buffalo things about having private capital is it that we can shape our capital to the needs of the business. and so as rustic crust evolved. we were able to do a line of credit and as the tragic fire, we made a loan to the building. that was a straight debt loan. the next one is fisk at temple. >> ben is somebody who understands his business and needed some financial literacy.
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while he got turned down from traditional lenders, we were able to pair him up and he's been thriving. >> and dave singler and bob goldstein. >> a great company, high-tech council recently named them one of the best companies of the year and we were pleased to partner with them when they needed growth capital. >> the range from $5,000 to $3.85 million. our goal is to get the right capital to the right businesses at the right time. >> what are you looking for in business? >> we're looking for a growth potential for the management team and owner, we're looking for someone who is coachable and someone who believes in their ability to move their team forward. >> what can they use the funds for? anything or something-- >> really, anything. >> anything. >> equipment? >> yeah. >> operations, r and d. >> equipment acquisition, acquisition equipment and-- >> interesting. >> absolutely. >> interesting. and then you provide other
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capital? >> you know, fred, to be successful, it's really not relationship. and our ability is to help these companies to find ways to grow. we take the time to listen, to ferret out what their strengths are and look for ways that our capital can help them to accomplish their growth goals. >> what's the common thread that runs through the businesses? we're still recovering from the recession, that must be part of it? >> really, it's businesses, as they evolve, they're at times needing something more risk tolerant than a local bank can do sometimes our new hampshire businesses they deserve more risk tolerant capital. >> thank you, nice to have you here. and if you want to look at some of that again, you can go to wmur.com, click on news and then click on project economy. >> now, meteorologist josh judge, with your storm watch 9 forecast. >> sunday morning, a little chilly out there this morning, but we'll see the temperatures
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reverse around even more than yesterday. the temperatures heading up well into the 60's in many places around new hampshire today. a look at samberton and you can see the clouds and thin spots in the clouds and they have been thinning quite a bit and breaks developing the last hour or so. look for that trend to continue as the sunshine increases this morning and we do turn in to another sunny day. temperatures right now in the upper 30's in many parts of northern new hampshire. keene and concorde, out of the 30's and hit 40 degrees. and is across southeastern new hampshire and the lakes region as well. 62, we'll go above that at least four or five degrees and we'll be above average today. even more so for tomorrow. wait until you see the temperatures i've got to show you for columbus day. watching the clouds, the last few frames, you can see how
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they're thinning out. plenty of clouds coming and going, but you see the general trend, especially when i widen the view so you can see off to our west, there's a back edge here. so it will be intermittent clouds and sunshine for a while, the next hour or two and then we start to see more sunshine work out by mid to late morning and then this afternoon, plenty of sunshine and that lasts right into tomorrow. looblg look at this giant area of high pressure that's carving out sunny days. starts to go downhill tuesday. here is the warmer conditions that accompany all of that sunshine for tomorrow. you see it's cooler here in the northeast, but this warmer air is slowly nudging its way in so that's why we go warmer today and even more so for tomorrow, for your columbus day, it will almost feel like indian summer out there. there's again, one more look at the clouds coming and going and the futurecast continuing to break those apart as we go this afternoon. tonight, clear to partly cloudy skies, not as chilly tonight
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for monday, there is your columbus day looking good, lots of sunshine, hartley any clouds for tomorrow at least until late in the day or evening. this front here approaching from the west, on tuesday. in front of it the winds change to the southeast and come off the ocean and that's why we cloud up and see scattered showers around monday night or during the day on tuesday, and into the upcoming week, a chance for showers. today, those temperatures making it up as you can see here in the mid or upper 60's, most clayses clayses-- cases. and southeastern new hampshire and there's tomorrow, unbelievable when you check it out. mid to upper 70's in some locations and you can see the warmest conditions obviously during the mid and late afternoon hours of tomorrow, before sunset. by tuesday, we start to see scattered showers arriving and then temperatures slowly heading downward for the week ahead. let's head over and take a look at sports.
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>> now, news 9 sports. >> unh football on a bye week taking a back seat to their hockey classmates as unh is in the season opener. there as the wildcats take on aic. the first period down 1-0. and scoring unh's first goal of the season, second period, wildcats trailing 2-1 and dawson fires from the blue line. alex murray gets it and trickles through for the goal. 2-2 and later in the second. power play up 3-2 and weaving into the zone and finds the goal. unh wins its opener, 7-3. >> boston bruin and montreal canadiens. the beginning of the game was kind of like the last game. a minute 25 for the b's to give up a goal. second period, more from
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lars eller for the goal and scored twice in this game. later in the period. bruins game controlling the left wing circle and sets up matt for the first goal with boston. 37 shots on net for montreal was too much. bruins lose 4-2. high school football, game of the week, bedford and goffstown. first quarter bedford ball trailing 3-zip. down the middle and he breaks free. 54 yard touchdown pass, 7-3 bedford. later in the quarter though, goffstown gervais leading the offense, hands off to connor bourke who sprints for the corner of the end zone and he's in. and goffstown up 10-7. the special teams took over. after a partial return for a touchdown. then a punt returned for a
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wins 27-21 and after pinkerton's loss looks like goffstown will be taking over the number one spot. i'm jim foley, that's a look at sports. amy: thanks, jim foley. ahead news at 9. a new hampshire couple takes an unusual title. why the man is carrying his wife through the obstacle course. we have a new home member of the wmur family. say hello to grace, dad got pulled over for speeding on the way to the hospital to get there in time for their arrival
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congratulations nick and mary, 130 yards now... bill's got a very tough lie here... looks like we have some sort of sea monster in the water i believe that's a "kraken", bruce. it looks like he's going to go with a nine iron. well he's definitely going to lose a stroke on this hole. if you're a golf commentator,
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>> a new hampshire couple won the north american wife carrying competition championship i should say at sunday rivers ski resort. completed-- couples. sam was the quickest to carry obstacle course. amy: it looks like a tough you. josh: a pretty good description. for the prize the couple takes home steph's weight in beer and five times her weight in cash, a grand total apparently of $750. i don't think that she weighs amy: no. josh: that's not the case. but she carries herself well. it's a beautiful weekend here to
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one of our viewers sent us this beautiful photo in lincoln. amy: that's right, alexander is a wedding photographer, took this picture friday at indianhead resort. spectacular, that's art. check out the colors mixed with the clouds. josh: i love how the fog is hanging over the trees, fantastic. that's not happening today though. the clouds burning off revealing lots of sunshine and well into the 60's today. and in some cases, well into the 70's for tomorrow. getting close to 80 in some spots. amy: good to be in new hampshire this weekend, we hope you enjoy it. be sure to tune in for close-up.
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