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>> we don' t want this to be a tragedy. amy: now at noon -- new hampshire fish and game takes an unprecidented step after a hunter was shot. kevin: it was a very cold start to the day, but we have the sunshine. how both of those start to change as we work our way through the week ahead. amy: plus, we are learning the identity of a 17-year-old girl found dead in a rochester motel room. what officers believe may be responsible for her death. jurors resume the liberating the fate of a rochester man accused in the stabbing death of an 18-year-old in june of 2014. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 at noon. amy: a cold start to the week
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across new hampshire. some of us even saw snow over the weekend. you are looking live at the seacoast. portsmouth 40 degrees at this noon hour. amy: good afternoon, i' m amy coveno. meteorologist kevin skarupa tells us how cold it will be today. kevin: at least we have the sunshine. we just have a few high clouds drifting in from the west. not washington dropping into the single digits in the morning. eight to 10 inches of snow over the last three or four days. you can see more high clouds diving in. there might be a stray shower for the north country later tonight. temperatures tonight will not be quite as cold. we are still talking 30' s for overnight lows. a lot less 20' s on the map. the coldest temperature this morning, 14 inland out -- la ndeau. we will have details in the forecast in a few minutes. amy: thanks to the cold weather, some ski resorts in new england
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are already open! killington ski resort became the first ski resort to open in north america yesterday. only pass holders were allowed on the slopes yesterday. but this morning, it opened to the public. and in maine sunday river opened , today. wildcat mountain fired up the snow cannons yesterday, but they don' t have an opening date scheduled yet. new hampshire fish and game has put in place an emergency measure after a hunter was shot. he was not seriously injured but they are worried others may not be so lucky. ray brewer is near one of the sites. i gather this is not a new problem but it seems to be worse this year. ray: that is right. the executive director says presence -- pheasants prefer open fields. there are fewer of those than in the past. that has led to a concentration of hunters in one area. this year, new hampshire fish and game is releasing more than 12,000 pheasants for hunting. something hunters are eager to take advantage of.
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glenn normandeau: a lot of folks who know the stocking schedules and are showing up at our stocking sites, and really sort of shooting at birds immediately upon release. ray: that activity led to a hunter getting shot last friday. glenn normandeau: an individual was hit by some pellets, basically right in front of our stocking crew. ray: the hunter was not seriously hurt and was treated at the scene, but the executive director of fish and game says the practice of stalking the stocking crews has gotten out of hand. glenn normandeau: i' ve had several comments by e-mail from some folks that this year, for some reason, it' s the worst they' ve ever seen it. ray: adding this is not a new problem. glenn normandeau: we have a report that was written about the pheasant program back in 1949 that delineates the same sorts of issues. ray: however, before anyone gets seriously hurt, effective immediately no shooting will be allowed at stocking sites this thursday and friday from 07:00 to noon. the director says that should give the hunters and their game
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a chance to spread out -- and lessen the chance of someone getting hit. glenn normandeau: when the birds are first released, they' re sort of concentrated in a spot. everybody concentrates on the spot, so i think we need to allow for some dispersal. ray: fish and game says they hope to make these changes permanent. but that will take a series of meetings with commissioners over the winter and into the spring. ray brewer, wmur news 9. amy: lawyers for a former prep school student are reiterating the arguments that his most serious conviction be thrown out. he was convicted of five charges in august related to the sexual assault of a teenage girl. his lawyers say one charge carries too harsh and a penalty requiring him to register as a sex offender and is inconsistent with the intent that someone convicted of misdemeanor sex assault should not have to register.
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jury deliberations resumed today in the murder trial of tristan wolusky. the 19-year-old rochester man is charged with first and second degree murder in the stabbing death of aaron wilkinson in madbury last year. two other men have already pleaded guilty to second degree murder and testified against wolusky. but the defense claims that those men lied, and that wolusky didn' t know they had brought knives and a machete. a hotel guest at the radisson in manchester was arrested this weekend. officers say 25-year-old william maloof of derry refused to leave the hotel. police escorted him to his car where he hit a parked car and almost hit two officers while backing out. officers say maloof fought with them, and an officer tackled him to the ground to take him into custody. he' s charged with criminal trespass, conduct after an accident, reckless conduct, and resisting arrest. counselors are on hand today at spaulding high school in rochester after a student died over the weekend. today, police identified the 17-year-old found dead early
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officers are investigating the death as a possible drug overdose. but an autopsy will determine the exact cause and manner of death. nashua schools could soon have the heroin antidote narcan on hand. the president of the nashua board of education asked the school superintendent to study the costs of installing narcan kits. they are looking into adding kits to the high schools and possibly middle schools. a goffstown boy is in critical condition at a maine hospital after being hit by a car. the 14-year-old boy was riding his bike by gould academy in bethel friday afternoon. officers say the driver hit him and fled the scene. police arrested 45-year-old richard marin last night. he' s charged with aggravated leaving the scene of a personal injury crash. now to commitment 2016 coverage. presidential candidates donald trump and jeb bush taking stabs at each other. and trump' s comments about 9/11 are grabbing national attention. abc' s kenneth moton has the latest on the presidential politics from the nation' s
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capital. kenneth: donald trump is gearing up for a rally in south carolina tonight, but he spent the weekend picking a fight with jeb bush over his brother. donald trump: when you talk about george bush, i mean, say what you want, the world trade center came down during his time. kenneth: trump' s remarks on bloomberg tv suggesting president george w. bush was to blame for the 9/11 attacks had jeb fired up. jeb bush: mr. trump talks about things that -- as though he' s still on "the apprentice." he' s not taking the responsibility, the possibility of being president of the united states really seriously. kenneth: the once republican frontrunner is trailing far behind. bush down in the polls and low on money is pulling out the attack ads. donald trump i' m used to dealing : with killers -- people who go arr rrrr rrrrr! let me tell you, i' m a really smart guy. kenneth: the democrats were a little more light-hearted over the weekend. >> we' re doomed. we need a revolution. kenneth: bernie sanders had some fun after he was spoofed by comedian larry david on "saturday night live." bernie sanders: maybe i will imitate larry david imitating me.
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kenneth: a new cnn-orc poll released this morning shows hillary clinton is holding onto her lead. 45% with vice president joe biden in the race. 56% without the v.p., who could announce his decision any day now. the vice president has a full schedule today. remarks at the white house on climate change, late afternoon meeting with president obama, and an evening reception at the naval observatory. so biden watch continues. kenneth moton, abc news, washington. amy: closer to home, governor maggie hassan and the department of resources and economic development are launching the second annual "what' s so cool about manufacturing" contest. the video contest is meant to encourage middle school students to learn about career opportunities in advanced last year' s winner was fairgrounds junior high school in nashua. the deadline to submit entries is february 2. coming up on news 9 at noon - the girlfriend of whitey bulger expected in federal court today. behind bars.
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and a baby is in state custody after an amber alert this weekend. what charges his mother is facing. kevin: the cold finally retreating. we will talk about shower chances ahead. amy: we could not be making a better dish for the weather. what you need to make maple pumpkin soup.
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amy: the girlfriend of whitey bulger will appear in federal court in boston this afternoon. catherine greig faces contempt charges for refusing to testify about bulger in front of a grand jury. she' s already serving an eight-year prison sentence for helping him authorities for 16 years. legal analysts say the feds want greig to tell them who may have helped bulger during his time on the run. her refusal to testify could add up to more time behind bars. the mother who sparked in amber alert in massachusetts this weekend is out on $250,000 bail. police issued an alert friday night for two-and-a-half month-old qavai cherry. officers say the boy' s mother fled pennsylvania after medical personnel told her to take the boy to a hospital for dehydration. cherry was arrested on a child endangerment warrant from
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pennsylvania and several outstanding warrants out of massachusetts. her son now in custody of d.c.f. the government will regulate the soaring popularity of drones in the u.s. new drone regulations announced today will require owners to register their aircrafts. an estimated 500,000 drones are already in use. another 750,000 are expected to be sold over the holiday season. some of us saw snow flurries this weekend. other parts of the country got nine inches of snow. early snow caused more than 50 car accidents in upstate new york. and from ohio to northern michigan, more than a half a foot of snow covered some areas. but in grand rapids, 30-degree temperatures didn' t stop dedicated marathon runners. >> its good weather to run in. this is great weather to run in. amy: this morning, cold temperatures sticking around. in some places temperatures dipped about 10 to 20 degrees below normal. check this out.
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mount washington. nearly 10 inches of snow piled up during the past couple of days. they love it. kevin: temperatures were in the single digits there with wind chills 20 below zero. i guess it is done for a while. amy: not for the faint of heart. kevin: we are looking at gradually moderating temperatures. we will talk about that coming up. amy: plus, a perfect recipe on a cold day like today. we are learning to make pumpkin maple soup. now to our u-local hot shot. a beautiful picture of the fall foliage at massabesic lake. you can submit your pictures and video -- and join the thousands of u-local members -- by logging
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a lot of areas get into the mid and upper 40' s this afternoon. another look atop mount mount washington where they have up to nine inches of snow at 6000 feet. for the rest of us, it is the beautiful fall color along with high clouds drifting in from the northwest. those signaled the next system that arrives later tonight. could be a stray shower up north. otherwise, we will be looking at quite conditions for the evening commute and likely the morning commute tomorrow. those clouds continue to drift in, the opening salvo for what is farther north and west continuing to collide southeast. a shower will try to hold together later tonight. this is our reality over the next 48 to 72 hours where we go in and out of clouds. we may have a passing shower but nothing you can hang your hat on. nothing we can plan on moving in with heavier rainfall and pulling away. just a couple of passing showers
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here and there. mid-30' s up north after s overnight. southern areas. most locations up another five to seven degrees. temperatures within a few time. temperatures yesterday. you will notice a huge change to the west in warmer temperatures. this translates in our direction but not all at once. tomorrow in the 50' into the 50' s to lower 60' s toward wednesday. we go back and forth with futurecast. just scattered shower activity more than anything else. not expecting it to last more than an hour in any location. along with that, we will blend in sunshine each afternoon. the cloudier of the days likely will be wednesday as a warm front tries to lift north. with that, temperatures going to the 50' s and lower 60' s by thursday.
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that will be ahead of the next cold front. when that goes by with more showers, things likely start to week. s for most this afternoon. sunshine, high clouds. we will have lighter wind than yesterday. in the extended forecast, no more 40' s for highs. maybe a few upper 40' s in the north country tomorrow. maybe a shower here or there tomorrow, wednesday, thursday we are back to sunshine with a chillier breeze for friday. let' s head to cook' s corner. amy: chilly temperatures mean soup weather is here. jim from purple tomato is joining us for the first time here. it smells wonderful. what are we making? >> pumpkin maple soup. we start sauteing onions until
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not until dark but cooked enough so you start to be in the see through them. after that, i am going to add two cups of vegetable stock. the vegetable stock we make ourselves. amy: you have been going a couple of years. >> two years this past april. amy: you are committed to the farm to table idea. this vegetable stock you made at the restaurant. >> we did. it comes from vegetables from local growers. this pumpkin is from new hampshire. no cans. we cook these. after it is cooked, we put it into a food processor. you can do the same thing. you don' t have to do this the day your cooking. you can do this ahead of time.
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that way, you always have some in the freezer to whip together a soup whenever you want. amy: love that. broth. >> i' m going to add spices, cinnamon. i' m going to add some nutmeg. and i' m going to add some salt. things with this. i look at this as a base recipe. if you want something more savory, you can add other ingredients. you don' t have to do cinnamon. we do a curry pumpkin soup which is good. amy: we have less than a minute. >> we can add this now, one cup of cream. this is going to look real pretty. 1/3 of a couple of maple syrup
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as you can see, that is starting to come together. really, that is all it takes. it is as simple as that. ready to serve. you can put toasted pumpkin seeds on the top which will make it look nice. for people who like sweet, you something like that. amy: love it, jim from the purple tomato, thank you so much. we will be right back. we need to disrupt the old order in washington, dc. we can do a lot better by applying conservative
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amy: a groom called off a wedding in california just days before he was supposed to tie the knot. but the bride turned the heartbreaking situation into something good. party, the bride' s family invited the homeless into one of s finest hotels. many came with their families dinner. kari duane, bride' s mother: i feel a lot of heartache and heartbreak for her, but i will take away something good from this. i will. amy: part of the $35,000 wedding
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pricetag includes a non-refundable honeymoon, so mother and daughter are taking the trip instead to belize. good for them. tonight, a new search for the ship that sank. what the navy hopes to recover thousands of feet beneath the sea. expectant mothers and heard the warnings for years. don' t drink. the strict new guide issued to doctors and those hoping to conceive. that does it for us. have a great afternoon!
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