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shelley: investigators confirmed they found the body of a missing woman from manchester. revealed about her death. tom: people called for help during heroin overdoses talked to parents in manchester. mike: reasonable temps today and similar temperatures on friday. i will have the timeline of a november chill that will moving to change that. shelley: one state is shutting down daily fantasy sports sites. the new requirements if they want to operate in nevada. tom: concord high school students and staff are joining als. >> he will not let als bring him down. tom: their plans to help. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur news 9 tonight. [captioning performed by the which is responsible for its
s investigators discovered the body of sue hutchison inside her home earlier this week. the manchester woman had been missing for three weeks. good evening, i' m shelley walcott. investigators are sharing information about how hutchison died. wmur' s stephanie woods spoke with the attorney general' s office and has the top story. friends and family brought candles, flowers, and pictures for sue hutchison. labor say this woman didn' t deserve her horrible death, which in the attorney general' s office is ruling, was a homicide. >> it' s always disappointing. you always hold out hope that maybe they' ve just gone away. stephanie: investigators had been searching for sue hutchison who disappeared along with her roommate, stephen andrade.
at 159 caliph road, family members in the home noticed a strange smell sunday and called police. >> they were able to isolate the smell to the front hallway where the closet was, and after some searching, they discovered a false front on the closet come in the back with the crawl space where they discovered the body. jean: the autopsy revealed that the woman was hutchison. >> this is very disappointing. i know it' s hard for the families, and our hearts go out to her family. stephanie: kennedy says the main suspect is andrade andrade who killed himself in a massachusetts motel october 6. >> that is where we are focusing the investigation. we continue to investigate the circumstances leading up to and surrounding both miss hutchinson' s murder and mr. andrade' s suicide. stephanie: the attorney general'
statements andrade made before he killed himself, they believe he killed hutcheson, fled, and eventually killed himself, but kennedy says it' s difficult to investigate. >> in any case where the suspect is deceased come it' s difficult, because the person who knows what happened can' t give you the story. stephanie: if you have information about this case, please call the attorney general' s office. stephanie woods, wmur news 9. tom: fish and game officers will search against tomorrow for a missing hiker. conservation officers say claire marie of westwood massachusetts planned to hike from the mount garfield trailhead to bond cliff and back from october 5-10. she hasn' t returned, but her car has been found in bethlehem. searchers were on the ground and in a helicopter today, and efforts are set to double down tomorrow. shelley: as manchester battles a heroin epidemic, schools are considering a straigtforward
way to educate students about addiction. parents were invited to see a presentation about heroin before their children are allowed to experience it. jean mackin was there. jean: it was billed as an eye-opening lesson that parents would see and learn first before it' s brought to children in middle school. parents answered the invitation to hillside middle school in manchester to hear about heroine from someone who battled the chris hickey, the ems training officer for the manchester fire department, stages ambulances around the city so narcan is never too far from an overdose. >> it is something that, going untreated, will kill you. there are no if' s , and' s, or s. jean: he shared the ugly truths pictures students will see in
most parents say they want their of heroin. this. >> i want my kid to come home being like, it was awful. >> i think it' s something every child in the city should learn. parents need to embrace this. it' times we live in. family is dealing with addiction, and she wants to prevent others from facing the same pain. >> one time you try this, you are addicted. jean: the schools superintendent says meeting with parents is a good start. >> i think we are headed down the right track of having it being educational and be very careful about, at the same time, which pictures and visuals we give to kids, as well. jean: first responders and school officials say some of the
have to be edited before the presentation is brought to middle schoolers next year. jean mackin, wmur news 9. shelley: there are new charges tonight for two men accused of reckless driving during a busy holiday weekend. a state police trooper says monday he clocked christopher grant and brandon clark going 118 miles per hour on their motorcycles on i-93 north through ashland. police say they' ve seen video from a pro camera that was on one of the bikers' helmets and say it shows them going up to governor maggie hassan wants a new exit on i-93 to be a priority of the state. in a letter to darien londonderry officials, the governor says she wants the exit 4a project added to the next transportation plan it would. bebuilt between exits 4 and 5. the department of homeland
security is giving new hampshire real id act. real id set federal standards for issuing secure ids like s licenses. next year, noncompliant licenses like those in new hampshire won' plane. now homeland security says it will accept new hampshire licenses until june of next introduced at the state house would make the state compliant. sites like boston-based draft nevada. regulators say the sites cannot operate in the state without a gambling license. the site say they are regulators in other states vegas. draft kings and fan dual have been under increased scrutiny, particularly after an employee from draft kings won $350,000 on
so far, draft kings and fan due haven' t made any statements. ltom: we are seeing inside the home of taxa vader -- tax even eight or elaine brown. 6000 feet of living space, largely unfinished, and there is a secret bunker with a door. investigators have found is in the notice of sale. >> they can' t guarantee they found everything, but they' ve done a search over and over. tom: officials tried to auction this year, they are starting the bids at half the price, $125,000 to start, and allowing bidders to tour the site. shelley: vice president joe
reporters guessing about whether or not he will run for the white house. the top two republican candidates are threatening to sit out the next debate. abc' s karen travers begins our commitment 2015 coverage. karen: vice president joe biden is running, away from a straight answer. when will he make up his mind about a presidential bid? >> i can' t hear you. karen: mr. biden was playing it cool, dodging questions. have you made your decision yet? >> about what? karen: a source tells abc news he is close to deciding whether to enter the democratic presidential field. california senator barbara boxer tells politico ben carson and donald trump may boycott the next gop debate, threatening to sit out of the
cable network holds it to two hours. the last gop debate ran three hours. trump spoke to greta van susteren. >> it' s too much to watch, and they are doing it because they want more money. karen: with fundraising reports do tonight, ben carson is expected to come out on top with $20 million. jeb bush is second with $13.4 million. hillary clinton leads the democratic pack with $28 million. bernie sanders who busted a move on "the ellen degenerate show" picked up $26 million. karen travers, abc news. tom: ohio governor gone -- john kasich continues to turn out crowds during his bus trip through new hampshire. in nashua, kasich made the first policy speech of his campaign. it' s a comprehensive plan that calls for major reform to social security and medicare, cutting down on the pedal to permit of
education and transportation, and a shifting of those dollars back to the states where he believes the dollars will be spent more effectively. >> the government does not create jobs. americans do. we do it by our creativity, by horace kicking, and by our hard work. i will immediately put us on a path to a balanced budget, and i will get it done within eight years. tom: john kasich got a good response at the community college, but opponents say he is insensitive to those who will be impacted by his plan. shelley: republican presidential candidate jeb bush this morning joined a roundtable discussion on preventing domestic violence in concord. representatives from law enforcement, government, and advocacy groups gathered to discuss how to work together. the former florida governor described ways his administration worked to end the addiction crisis in his state, saying addiction and the mystic
-- domestic violence often go hand in hand. former new york governor george pataki was in newport this evening. tomorrow, he has stops planned in windham and manchester. tom: coming up tonight at 11:00, there are new developments in the bombing of pan am flight 103 over lockerbie, scotland. a new suspect investigators are looking at. shelley: concord high school principle is battling als, and his school community is backing him up. the fundraiser they have planned this weekend.
the tom: president obama is keeping american troops in afghanistan longer than planned. nearly 10,000 u.s. service members will be stationed in the country through most of next year. there will be 5500 members in afghanistan when president obama leaves office. military leaders have pushed for american troops to give additional help to afghan forces. shelley: two new suspects have been identified in the 1988 bombing of a bombing -- airplane over lockerbie, scotland. tom: one forced officials in scotland say there is a legal
national suspects in the pan am 103 bombing. only one person has ever been convicted in connection with the bombing. he died in 2012. the attack killed 11 people on the ground and 259 people on the plane, including two granite staters, stephen boland and pilot james mccrory. >> friends of concord high school' s president are holding a fund-raising walk saturday. jean connolly was diagnosed with als a year and a half ago, and though the disease has robbed him of his voice, students and staff say they have learned lessons from him every day. a student with a guitar because of concord high school is sent to principal jean conley' s office, but he' s not in trouble. principle commonly just wants to hear him jam on his guitar, a les paul the principal can no longer play because his fingers
he was diagnosed with the disease a year and a half ago. still, he remains on the job, now communicating with a special program on his ipad. >> i love concord high, and i have a lot more to give. i have a lot more in my tank. shelley: the prognosis for people with als is grim. the disease robs people of the ability to use their hands, walk , or talk. on average, people live 3-5 years after being diagnosed. students and staff at concord high are inspired by their principles courage. >> he can inspire kids by walking by and giving them a fist bump. he has always had that gift. shelley: this saturday, members of the concord community will take part in a fund-raising walk . last year' s walk raised $25,000 for als research. this year, the money collected
>> i would like to raise some funds for the family, because we know there are so many expenses coming up that insurance does not cover for als patients. shelley: principle, leases each day on the job gives him the strength he needs to fight the disease. >> i am not done yet. shelley: no, he' s not. the fundraising walk for principal connelly is this saturday, october 17 at 11:00 a.m. it will be part of concord' s homecoming parade. tom: he' s an inspiration. a little bit cold, then warmer again. mike: the idea and october is to get that fall preview, november chill, and then to go back to north -- warmth. newfound lake, nice sunup, bright skies for good part of the day. temperatures, topping off right at or slightly above the average . a nice sunset, as well.
official high temperature, there it is, one over the average. it was a chilly start to the day at 30. 85, setback in 1956. what about the chill on the way for the weekend? as that blasts in tomorrow, it will trigger widely scattered showers early, and then winds turn back out of the northwest. that will drive in the chili stuff beginning tomorrow. it is dry statewide. what about the showers to the west? it looks like they will start to break up, but the line will be over new hampshire for the morning commute. any part of the state could see an isolated shower during the 6:00 to 9:00 a.m. timeframe. behind that air mass, it turns colder, cold enough for rain to change to snow showers in parts of ontario and approaching the northern great lakes. quite chilly in the north
country. 40' s elsewhere, 50 in manchester, and along the coast line. overnight, it will be quite chilly, not as cold as last night, because of clouds moving in. a bit cooler in concord. 40' s elsewhere. warm air sitting in the deep south stays put, at least through tuesday morning. until that point, a cooling trend takes over, dropping temperatures several degrees below average saturday. notice the jet stream flow by sunday. a corridor of the chili stuff is right on top of us. it looks like a widespread freeze north and west of the coast during the day sunday, at least early sunday morning, and later sunday night and morning, it' s a hard freeze and frost statewide. as soon as that moves in, by monday afternoon, it' s exiting. temperatures climb again as we go into tuesday and wednesday. the front delivers a couple widely scattered showers. any shower tomorrow morning will
give way to son. by the evening, it tends to dry out statewide. temperatures run back to average before tomorrow it cools down. how much cooler does it get saturday?across the north country, highs only in the low 40' s with rain and even snow showers in the mountains and great north woods. tomorrow, one more seasonably mild day south. seasonably cool day north. temperatures are going to start to fall as we going to saturday. 40' s north. lower to mid 50' s south. further north, mid-30' s. slightly warmer after that frost statewide monday morning. mid to upper 40' s. 60 his return as early as tuesday. tom: that sounds great. a lot of people are loving the dartmouth big green. jamie: they are front and center in sports.
>> now jamie staton and news 9 sports. jamie: we are leading things off with the dartmouth big green football team, because they deserve extra attention. they are undefeated through four games, in dominating fashion. we were checking out of to the guys. the big green have outscored their opponents 156-40 in those games, which includes dominating wins over 10 and yell. damon williams, putting up big numbers this year, 10 touchdown passes, four rushing touchdowns. he will emerge as a candidate for the walter payton award, given to the best player in fcs football. the green will go outside their
league, playing at central connecticut state. >> we are competing every week, and it' s always great to have a goal and do a good job of chasing it. we' ve got to keep winning.>> we continue to play well. we expect to play better than we did a year ago. the younger guys, the depth has been the impressive thing. we' ve played a lot of people, and the guys who have a lot of experience are playing well. jamie: there are two other ivy league teams undefeated. huge games on the horizon. they play at harvard on friday, october 30. they finish their season by hosting princeton on october 21. that could be for the ivy league championship. baseball' s final four' s final set. the royals, blue jays, and cubs advanced in the last couple days. tonight, the mets and dodgers met to fill the decisive spot. mets second baseman daniel
the first inning, and then this home run to break a two-to tie in the sixth inning to give his mets a three-to leave. with of his r.b.i.' s, off zack greinke. the mets finish it off with that three-to win. would you believe it? the mets and the cubs are advancing to the national league championship series there are several reasons why division i high school football team should fear the grizzlies, and two of them are this week' s hometown heroes. the captions have accounted for 23 of the goffstown touchdowns this season, helping them to a 6-0 record. both players pride themselves on the work they' ve done with their football teammates over the last few years. >> it' s a lot of fun, definitely. it' s good to know the work we' ve put in in the off-season, it' s good to know it pays off.
we just got off the last of its a different feeling, but still, it' s fun. jamie: week number seven of high school football. join us this time tomorrow for friday night football. new hampshire tackles hunger continues. two games are collection sites, londonderry-spaulding. free admission if you bring a food item. then we will start to find that with the unh hockey team is made up of this weekend. i play home games against a couple good teams from the ecac. unh won their season opener 7-3 over a icy. st. lawrence ranks number 19 in the nation. >> we are going to play one of the great to programs in the ecac. traditionally, they' ve been great teams, big, strong, very fast and skilled. we open up with st. lawrence. it' s a good test for our team. jamie: it is a big friday night tomorrow night.
unh plays the monarchs. -- unh plays. the monarchs play the first game of their season. tom: lots going on. thanks. still to come, a special opportunity for a few women who celebrated a rare milestone. shelley: we will introduce you to some of the centenarians who met with the governor today. dunkin' donuts smoked sausage breakfast sandwich. savory...smoky... and unmistakably flavorful. get your day going with one today. america runs on dunkin'. people want change, they want reform, they want to see something done, but just carping about it and
see you tomorrow. that's the dd commitment. america runs on dunkin'. shelley: seven young at heart from the governor. tom: a centenarians celebration with family members at holy cross health center in manchester. governor hassan met with the women who have breached that magical birthday and are 100 years young. she had a chance to meet each of them and spend time with the staff who cares for them. >> i' m delighted to be here to honor these wonderful women who have contributed so much to their families and communities, and we are so lucky to have you in our midst today. i know we are joined by staff members and family members. i bet your family members can tell us a story or two. tom: new hampshire typically has about 200 centenarians at any given time.
next. 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. i'm hillary clinton,