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>> now on news 9, hurricane patricia continues to batter parts of mexico after making landfall as one of the strongest hurricanes ever recorded. chris: a cool day today, a milder sunday and what the leftovers of patricia have planned for new hampshire this week. amy: a fallen marine ten years after he was killed in iraq. >> it's beyond words what this means to us. amy: how one community is still saying thank you for his sacrifice. a highly anticipated event gets underway in laucona -- laconia today. we'll tell you about happenings
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at the pumpkin festival. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, new hampshire, 6:00 on saturday, october 24th, i'm amy coveno. we'll get to our top stories in a minutes. chris, chris jarzynka is here with a look at the forecast. how is the forecast. chris: hi, amy, how are you? >> great. chris: at least i'm not talking about the warmest day, it's not balmy weather, it's october, we expect weather like this. we have an area of high pressure moving in and my knee jerk reaction would be to say it's going to be bright and dry. chilly in the 20's and low 30's. we have some clouds coming in right off the coast and these clouds are going to make things rather cloudy for southeastern areas of new hampshire today. at the same time we have a batch of clouds moving in from the
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west. they're high and thin and thicken up, so it's a squeeze play. nice and dry, highs in the 40's and 50's and we have what patricia has in store for new hampshire in minutes. amy: speaking of hurricane patricia. she continues to slam parts of mexico. the storm, which is one of the strongest hurricanes ever recorded made landfall yesterday evening as a category 5 miles per hour. the hurricane is now weakened to a category 1. there are reports of mud and landslides, but no fatalities. mexico transportation secretaries say they're not letting their guard down yet. patricia is moving over a mountainous region that's in danger of landslides, as well as flash flooding.
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a father in franklin is accused of holding his one-month-old baby hostage. thinks were called to the home of carroll for domestic violence. they found carroll in the door holding his door and threatening to stab police officers if they stepped on his property. they got him after a brief struggle. the department f of tobacco and fierm firearms, they're tasked with heroin as well as misuse of alcohol. the state is expect today match or exceed the number this year. >> we have a profound problem with addiction in the state and it happens that a substantial of
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alcohol is still killing more people overall than heroin and other drugs. amy: the commission did decide to continue funding the state's drug czar position. right now, a grant is paying for that position. that runs out at the end of the year. it's not clear yet if current czar jack wozmack will keep the position. and police arrested 41-year-old john murray thursday night on an outstanding warrant. when they took him in custody they say they found $8700 worth of suspected bath salts in his possession possession. suspended canterbury police chief is acued of assaulting a 15-year-old girl years ago. he's now charged with seven felonies included six counts of aggravated felonious sex assaults between january of 1999
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was 16 to 17 years old. laroche was a bosscowan police officer at the time. in canterbury laroche is on paid administrative leave. >> we have to wait for the outcome of the process and this indictment is the next step in the progress. an indict is not a conviction. we'll advise our citizenry. amy: laroche asked everyone not to make any judgments until the evidence is presented. the pumpkin festival gets underway in laconia this morning, the first time it's held in laconia after riots broke out in the event in keene last year. organizers say they are ready to move
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on. stephanie woods has the story. stephanie: the pumpkin was lit up the first time in laconia. they want to wipe out what happened last year and carve out a new history. >> i want to talk about pumpkins, bring your pumpkins. stephanie: this is the first year the pumpkin festival will in the city and the chamber of commerce is pumped about the boon to business. >> we're so excited to have this event and everyone has really come together so i'm waiting for tomorrow to come. >> organizer, is trying to break the 2013 record of 30,581 lit jack o lanterns. let's get all of new england and show what it's like when you put all of those pumpkins together
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stephanie: keene city refused a permit after teens rioted on the festival campus leading to more than 120 arrests. >> don't ever let the bad guys win, ever. let it shine. stephanie: laconia police say they're stationing 30 officers. security. we've always had a really good handle on that let it shine and the pumpkin festival management security. stephanie: she says the scarily thing will be the mill. they're giving the profits for the that organization. you can go pumpkin express, costume parade. it ends at 8:30 tonight. in laconia, stephanie woods,
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amy: coming up on news 9 this morning, the victim of a frightening incident at harvard university is speaking out. >> if you're afraid. if the situation tells you to run away from it, you need to. amy: how following her instincts
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two men took it too far in one >> welcome back. it is 6:10. you are looking at live video from colebrook where it's a
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looking nice and quiet and it should be a pretty nice and quiet weather weekend. more on what patricia may have in store for new hampshire this week in a few minutes. amy: right now, debris from the cargo ship that disappeared during hurricane joaquin is washing up in the bahamas. the search is on for el faro's data recording. the recovery teams for the black box have only one week before it stops sending signals. 33 people, including americans were on the ship when it vanished. a campus alert on harvard involving a student. she says she was chased to her dorm and was able to lock the suspect out just in time. it happened at a harvard affiliated complex called holding green. the victim says she was taking her puppy out for a bathroom break.
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she saw a mini-van pull up. and she did not want to be identified. >> i started to have a sick feeling and trusted my gut and walked back to my apartment. when i got to the building, i turned around and there was a man running full force at me. she says the man hit the door with his first and then drove off in the mini-van. they're advised to walk in pairs. some people take the golden state name literally. two men came to the city of auburn and tried to go unnoticed, but a man heard them tapping the storm drain. >> and i thought who on earth would crawl into a storm drain looking for gold. >> i've known about it for
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years, and i've even been down there. >> have you ever found anything? >> yeah, but i ain't saying what. amy: the city manager says besides dangerous, this sort of digging is trespassing. the city hopes that the prospect of being arrested keeps future gold hunters above ground. chris: he found something, but he's not saying what. i guess we will leave is to our imagination. and the forecast looks pretty good. amy: really? because my car said 20. chris: patience. amy: 6:13, chris will be back to
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and one company is keeping >> now, your storm watch 9 forecast. chris: i'm in for josh judge. so far this season, run, hide. the good news. the weather looks quiet. showers, a cool day today, warmer one tomorrow. we have an area of high pressure that's moving in overhead. normally that means nice, clear skies and for the most part that's the case over the next hours and allowed temperatures to drop, 32 out at the coast, but we do have an airflow situation which i'll talk about in a minute here. i don't know if you can see this
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very thin, but there's a line of low clouds hovering along the coastline and along the high pressure, this is going to start to move the cloud bank in on cloudy. and at the same time, we have a bah much-- we have a batch off to the west. they'll thicken ahead of an area of showers, mainly after midnight and after those showers moved through by 9:00 or 10:00 tomorrow morning, we have a warmer sunday afternoon in store and then our attention turns to the south from the remnants what was once-- is hurricane patricia. it will be coming later on wednesday to early on thursday. today, crisp and dry. more clouds along the coastline in southeast new hampshire. highs in the 40's and 50's. temperature-wise because the clouds will keep the temps cooler at the shore and most of the sun will be up north and that will get your temps into
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the 40's and upper 50's. it's around 50 and it's pretty dry today, not terribly bright. overnight tonight, it's cloudy, not terribly cool though because the showers roll in from west to east. the clouds act like a thermal blanket keeping the temperatures from free falling like they did last night. there are showers off to the west and lows dropping to the upper 30's and mainly lower to mid 40's. that's warmer than we were all day last sunday. just to remind you and frame this thing. and then for tomorrow, not bad, i mean, not super bright, especially in the morning, showers kicking out of here by 10:00 in the morning. we get sun coming in from southwest to northeast, could be a few leftover showers up north in the 50's, but the rest of us in the upper 50's, lower 60's, that's not too bad. the morning showers give way to afternoon sun. there's a cold front tomorrow evening and we get back to the 50's. it's late october after all,
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morning and there it is late on wednesday and into thursday, the remnants of patricia along with a regular old storm system are going to bring rain through here, after that rain pushes out we could easily get back into the mid and upper 60's before then cooling back off into the 50's for the tail end of the week. if you're trick-or-treating on the day, which would be next saturday. it doesn't look too bad. it's pretty average temperature-wise and milder than >> that's encouraging. >> yeah. >> thanks, chris. >> you may have seen our granite state made series spotlighting local creations. this morning we're looking at a small maine company, recycling boat sails into fashionable bags. sea bags are putting 50 people to work and right now going pink with a special design.
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maine to amsterdam to saudi arabia. it's something over the years, we love to write that check. amy: the cure bags sell through december in an effort to find a cure for breast cancer. they teamed up with the society and donated from every pink lobster bag they sell. looking for something to do with the autumn apples? it today as cooks corners we'll show you a way to whip up a batch of delicious apple pancakes. a terrifying situation for a
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he's recov >> what better way to warm up on a chilly weekend than apple pancakes. to make some that are here. >> thank you for having me. >> take us through the recipe. >> i thought i saw one on cooks corner and savory. and this is apple season, if you have squishy ones, it's a great time to use them up. i like to use the fuji and galas. you want them chopped up as finally as light shredded cheese, not talking big chunks. took it in the microwave as you can see.
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here i have got -- this in fact is king arthur's gluten-free, but i've made it with trader joe's blend and including the original recipes for wheat flour. basically any flour you like. this would be half a cup of any flour. it's got a bit of baking powder to give it a bit of a puff and i use trader joe's cinnamon spice. and trader joe's is so much cheaper than everywhere else. and i like to use this substitute. pancakes? plus, you're not getting the cholesterol and fat and works well. i wouldn't use it if it didn't taste good. and there's no milk in it. if you thought i forgot the milk. it's half a cup of egg, and half a cup of flour, easy to remember. this is olive oil just in there. and these are the sweet ones, a little bit of sugar and
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obviously adjust the sugar depending on the family, but i also do with it fresh sage. option, too hot now. fresh sage and cooked onions so it's great for breakfast tore dinner with meats and makes about ten in total. and this is just a heaped tablespoon scoop. and very, very quick because the apples are already cooked. >> with the small shavings. >> and they're what are called silver dollar, they're not like american pancakes, but they're real good. real good is gluten-free when you know what you're doing and that's what it comes down to. >> and some people with gluten-free, or not necessarily gluten-free, it's taste. what is the--
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>> having me show you how to do it. i've written a column for national celiac so that's an awful lot of recipes. but a vegetarian dish, next month it's the pumpkin cheesecake i did on here a few weeks ago and left over ham rolls with vegetables and everything. i try from kid friendly to adult, and tiramisu. and i know what it should taste like. i do one-on-one cooking classes with people and do a cooking class party and i don't want these to burn underneath. >> looking good. >> they smell wonderful and i'll be in north dakota speaking on gluten-free. and in boston talking gluten
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>> thank you very much for your
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. jamie: no one covers new hampshire like we do. >> now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, i'm amy coveno. we're looking at portsmouth waiting on sunrise. 32 degrees in portsmouth right now. here is a look at top stories on the half hour. hurricane patricia continues to move across parts of mexico. the storm made landfall last night as a category 5. it's now downgraded for a category 1. and a shirtless robber held up mcdonald's at gun point. and it will not be cutting power to residential customers who paid their bill, but the moratorium will not hold for customers. first, let's check in with chris jarzynka in the weather center. >> you were talking earlier about how, i'm not advertising the coldest weather of the
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had temperatures in the 20's last week, but it's not exactly warm out this morning, either. 21 right now in berlin from the valley hospital camera. let's take a look at what it's doing temperature-wise. we have some clouds trying to sneak in from the coast and the west and clear overnight and dip. we have the clouds working from the south and east, very, very difficult to see, but we have a line of clouds right along the coast line, and these will slowly start to sneak in thanks to a southeast wind today. at the same time we have some clouds coming in from the west, so it's a squeeze play today and that means not super bright weather. we'll call it partly sunny to be optimist optimistic, more clouds along the coastline and highs in the 40's and 50's. milder weather as the clouds and associated showers work their way tomorrow and what hurricane patricia or the remnants thereof have in store for new hampshire in a few minutes. >> one of the strongest earthquake hads ever recorded
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continues to bear down on mexico. hurricane patricia made landfall yesterday evening as a category 5 hurricane, backing wind speeds, and no word of any fatalities, but authorities are warning that the storm still could cause deadly floods and mudslides as it continues to dump rain. and patricia is threatening texas. a flash flood water will be through parts of the lonestar state through tomorrow morning. concord police are on the lookout for a shirtless robber who held up mcdonald's at gun point. surveillance shows the pan on fisherville road wearing only an mask and what looks like water shoes. he there end to kill the cashier if she didn't hand over the cash drawer. >> obviously, the weapon was seen and you can see that in several of the stills and some recognize that, it's unusual that we would have a robbery
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involving a large weapon, you know, a rifle or a shotgun, it's not typical and hoping it stands out in someone's mind. >> investigators say when the money. he grabbed the entire drawer and ran. the robber may have fled in a dark colored car. anyone with information is asked to call the concord crime line. a man from hollis has been indicted on child pornography. david pelusi is accused, with part-time psychology professor azotea is charged. >> according to court documents, amy ventureini was collecting this year when she was actually
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employed as a real estate agency. and collected more than $120,000 of food stamps and medical berths she was not entitled to. a man is recovering of a terrifying fall at td garden in boston. george rose says he was the a the bruins versus flyers games and t-shirts were tossed into the crowd between second and third period and he fell seven rows down. >> i reached out to my hand to catch the shirt and i don't know what happened at that time, whether i was pushed, tripped, shoved, or stumbled. right wrist was caught between the two chairs, severely hurt the left shoulder, hit my mouth. amy: rose believes the rush for t-shirts created a dangerous situation and he thinks they should no longer be thrown into the sands and says he's disappointed that no one from td garden called to check on him.
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he does, however, remain a loyal bruins fan. eversource energy says through the winter it will not shut off electricity to residential customers who have not paid their bills, but that does not affect commercial customers who pay late. as wmur's kristin carosa shows, many are thrilling to cut off power if they're not paid. the deposit request follows guidelines, but a business owners says he doesn't agree with the way the policy is being carried out. >> alan has owned al's auto service in laconia for more than two decades. >> for 21 years i've been here, never ever had the power shut buildings. >> he admits he paid his bill to eversource late at town, but eventually made his account currently, but he's been ordered to pay a $260 security deposit
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>> and if i don't pay it by the 29th or the 30th, from what i had they're going to come out and shut my power off. >> he gave them permission to discuss the account with us. he's received three disconnect notices in the past 12 months. >> for us it's a minimum two disconnect notices before we would request a deposit from the customer. and a disconnect would be when they pay it more than 60 days past when it was issued. >> and they're sent off four disconnect notices. eversource says the deposits are eventually given back with interest after one to two years of ontime payments. he thinks the security deposit is unnecessary, especially for someone with a currently up-to-date account, like his. >> you know, i might have been late a couple of times, whatever, but bottom line is, my bill is still paid. >> eversource says delinquent
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eversource customers who pay on time. >> and this deposit policy is in place to protect those customers because the millions of dollars of unpaid electric bills wind up being paid by everybody else. >> if you're having trouble paying the eversource bill reach out before you receive a shutoff notice. amy: a moving tribute in merrimack. both teams lined up to honor timothy gibson. he was killed when his helicopter crash in iraq. the family was given a game ball inscribed with the words "never forgotten". >> unbelievable, unbelievable. >> it's wonderful he's gone
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10 1/2 years and people want to do this to honor him and shows the impact he had on people's lives. amy: timothy gibson wore number 10 at merrimack, the number is worn by the players on the field and his family wants it that way. coming up, we'll look at many events happening across new hampshire this weekend. and week number eight in playoff football. jason king is in with all of last night's results. chris: some sun in the offing for today. why the sun's namesake day might
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the weekend. now, now, your storm watch 9 forecast. hi, folks, i'm in for josh judge this morning, delighted to be here. we're not talking about the coldest weather of the season because it came last weekend. it's chilly out there, but we have clouds starting to surround new hampshire. they're up to no good. they're going to start to close in on us, but not be that productive, temperatures in the lower 30's, places like manchester out to the coast and of course, with our growing season done as of last weekend, it's not quite as big of a story. we're talking about the cloud surrounding us.
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we have some high clouds off to the west and these are moving in this direction and these clouds moving in this direction and they're going to squeeze us during the day today. you might ask, why are the clouds at least some of these clouds over the ocean moving to the west. usually they move west to east. that's because an area of high pressure is moving, and on the ground pushing them in and at the same time an approaching storm is bringing clouds at a higher altitude from the west. it's kind of a crossing pattern and these eventually do bring us some rain showers, for overnight tonight, really after midnight and more than likely, two or three in the morning, they're out of here by 9:00 or 10:00 in the morning, followed by some clearing and much warmer sunday afternoon. temperatures at least 10 degrees warmer than today. and let's talk about patricia. there could be five to ten inches of rain in drought stricken texas, that's good news. and that's too much too quickly for that area. by the way, here is the latest
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on the storm. 75 mile per hour winds, barely a hurricane, will reduce itself to a tropical storm or remnants by later on during the day today. so, speaking of the day today. no hurricanes here. crisp, dry, more clouds along the coast with clouds sneaking in from the shore. high clouds west, 40's and 50's, most of us around 50 degrees. thanks to clouds blanketing us and what little more we get during the day and showers from west to east. our temperatures won't follow that much. mainly into the low to mid 40's. the showers do the opposite and keep moving from southwest to northeast, we might have a few lingering in the mountains, but otherwise, partly sunny skies and our high temperatures are in the upper 50's to lower 60's. not too shabby. here is your next five days, featuring a cooldown once again for monday and tuesday, you see, there's a cool front coming through on sunday night.
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you know, not terribly unusual for this time of year, but we'll be back with highs in the lower to mid 50's. lows in the 30's, and then, my friend, late on wednesday, wednesday night and thursday, the moisture and the copious moisture that's left from patricia will move on through here and we could get a really solid soaking, a lot of wind, a lot of rain, and with enough warm air left over, i mean, this is, after all, a tropical storm, or the remnants of one moving through, she could warm up on thursday before cooling back off to typical autumn fare by friday. >> nice weekend though. >> yeah. >> no big storms or rain and the rain showers we get are overnight. >> no complaints. >> good. >> come by any time, chris jarzynka. from a frightening experience that will give you goosebumps. shelley walcott has what's happening in the granite state today and wanted to hear you say--
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>> what's happening, new . shelley: it's the spooky time of the year, from nashua, it's a haunted experience that grabbed halloween's dark side and a cast of crowns and fright kingdom is one of the largest scare attractions in young. have an other worldly experience today. stroll through a 200-year-old historic site in canterbury. fun. some dressed in costumes, prizes will be awarded for best dressed. the jack o lanterns are here. it's held in keene, but moved to laconia. there's a record for the most pumpkins lit. keen hold the record of 30,581 carved and lit jack o lanterns
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the monadnock pumpkin festival is at cheshire fairgrounds in swansee. it runs it will 8 p.m. and that's what's happening, new hampshire. i'm shelley walcott, wmur news 9. >> now, jason king and news 9 sports sports. >> eastern, eight weeks of the high school season in the books. several teams are trying to punch their ikts tickets to the playoffs like the timberland owls. taking on spaulding, a win and help, they would secure a spot. and he's picked off by linebacker, it would have been a pick six, but a block and back brought it back. that would set up the first tyler feury touchdown of the game. the owls needed help from exeter and an exeter win at merrimack
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playoffs and give the blue hawks, an opening seed in that bracket. and o'neill, 7-0 merrimack. it went back and forth. kyle newman killed a field goal. merrimack beat exeter. merrimack will take on timberlane in the regular season finale next week. that's a huge game for both teams. and bedford home, nick leahy, seven carries, 108 yards and two touchdowns. touchdowns. >> concord and keene out west, third quarter, 22-16 concord. black birds get things going with a half back pass. and a connection with abreu and that's a big game. 56 yards, three plays later ecorgan is going to behind him for a four yard touchdown pass
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and the game was tied up at 22, yeah, tied at 22. it went back and forth in the fourth quarter. it was 30-28 tied and they would add to their lead. kevin suares with a 11 yard touchdown run, concord wins 52 to 42. pinkerton and dover, astros take it 48-21. three touchdowns for the win. and pinkerton needs to beat exeter next week or they won't make the playoffs for the first time in years. there's a win against londonderry, 26-13. >> mighty, mighty titans! ooh, ah, oh, yeah! >> national memorial home. bautista is picked off, and the titans win 40-12, they're alive
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actually win their spot. and 47-19 the final, ran for 180 yards with four touchdowns, adam maroon had a pick six for the blue dells. only two games in division three, including farmington, at the rams. third quarter, farmington coughs up of the football and the freshman recovers the fumble. the rams were in business and lead to a touchdown run by kyle grady. the tigers would start to take control of the ground game. a short touchdown run made it 14-6. farmington go on to went it 20-6 the final score. stevens and fall martin, two
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>> the cougar home with sauhegan. finding parker for nine yards and that would staum. jonathan with a big run. it goes to set up a kenny touchdown. 39-21 sabers are 6-1 in division 2. kearsarge, cougars win. and norris ran for a buck 37 and two scores, webster had a touchdown catch. laconia hosting 5-1 kennett. that's the band director recognized at halftime. phis for the end zone and connects with mooney in the back corner, a touchdown for laconia. kennett was too tough. on the ground game for the
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eagles, a good first down, that would set up a kennett touchdown. will pollard is going to roll to his right and find rober, does the rest and wins 38-13. the eagles, they should win the north conference. trindy and hanover, pioneers win 44-15, for hanover. we know reed winter had a good game. mon monadnock, huskies improve to 5-3 on the year. at home hosting sanborn. this is sanborn in white first quarter. 44 yards for the score made it 7-0 indians and he had a few touchdowns on the night and sanborn, they win 21 to 14. kingswood big winners at west and knights improve to 3-4. a reminder, you can watch our
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our website, wmur.com/fnf and also follow us on twitter, use the #fnfwmur. big college football game for the unh wildcats, they play at delaware in a big game for them. that's a big look at sports, that's it, have a great saturday. >> that's enough, right, jason king? still ahead on news 9 this morning, a 14-year-old hailed a jack o lantern super that he made just in time for halloween. and hot shot, say hello to jinxies, she's trying out her fairy costume.
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join thousands of u >> caught on camera, emus on the loose in texas. say hello to huey, dewey, louie and emmitt. they escaped from their family's back yard. the quartet took officers on a wild ride as they tried to wrangle them in for hours. she says her husband bought them for her off craigslist, they were captured a half mile from home. a frustrating predicament,
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to watch it rot. a teenager in ohio invented a pumpkin position. he decided to use chemistry to kill the mold that makes mush out of carved pumpkins. >> there was a lot of cases where it molded like faster and didn't work, but i kept going and finally, one solution did others. amy: he looks like quite the young businessman. he's community-minded as well. part of the pumpkin position proceeds go to the ohio food bank. people will soon get a chance to ride in a jetsons high taxi. they'll make their debut. sky tran, a nasa research partner has been developing the system for years. the commuting vehicle will magnetically glide among elevated tracks at speeds up to 60 miles per hour. a pilot project debuts at the end of the month in tel aviv. if all goes well, the company
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expects to expand to u.s. cities by 2018. i'm married to an engineer who said this has been coming for years and i thought he was full of baloney. >> i wish when i was in tel aviv that it was there, it's long streets. amy: pretty cool. chris: our weather pretty cool as well. it will be getting millender, -- milder. it cools off a little bit and then the rain, the remnants of patricia come in early on thursday. >> no complaints, a nice weekend. >> pretty quiet. amy: thanks, chris. >> yeah. amy: the news continues. coming up, the world is preparing for a catastrophic event.
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>> now on news 9, hurricane patricia continues to batter parts of mexico after making landfall as one of the strongest hurricanes ever recorded. chris: a cool day today, milder sunday and what the leftovers of hampshire this week. amy: a special honor for a fallen marine. iraq. >> oh, it's just beyond words what this means to us. amy: how one community is still sacrifice. and a highly anticipated event gets underway in laconia today.
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happening at this year's pumpkin festival. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, new hampshire. 7:00 on saturday, october 23rd, 24th, i believe, i'm amy coveno. we'll get to the top stories in a minute. first, chris jarzynka is in the weather center with a look at the forecast. >> either that i'm really early or really late. one or the other. that's ok, i wouldn't have caught it unless you said it. a live look at hampton, it's 32 degrees, it's a little foggy. we've got low clouds coming off the ocean today. those low clouds will make it rather cloudy in southeastern new hampshire, as clouds are wont to do. these are higher thinner clouds and 30's. there are the clouds, some low ones from the east and high ones from the west, giving us a little bit of a squeeze play today. all in all, it shouldn't be all
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it won't be exceptionally exceptionally mild. for late october, we'll take it. i don't see what choice we have. highs in the 40's and 50's. i have temperatures 10 degrees warmer in the near-term forecast and another look at hurricane patricia's path in minutes. >> she continues to slam parts of mexico this morning. the storm, which is one of the strongest hurricanes ever recorded made landfall yesterday evening as a category 5 hurricane. packing wind speeds up to 165 miles an hour. the hurricane has now been weakened to a category 1. right now, there are some reports of flooding and landslides, but no words of any fatalities. the flood waters are so strong that they swept away cars and buses and mexico's trance sayings secretary says officials are not letting their guard down yet. patricia is moving over a mountainous region at risk for dangerous landslides, as well as
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>> rain has been falling on puerto villarta is what they did get is what they feared, hurricane patricia. we didn't see any winds here or storm surge, which could have been catastrophic, in a place that has so many high rise hotels. they say there were 15,000 evacuated and others were sent to gaud hara or other locations and those that were not were sheltered in place and they're not in their hotel room, the accommodations not so nice, but this were in solid structures and protected. the lights have remained on. communication has remind open, no reports of significant damage in puerto villarta, that's good news. the flipside. this storm did go somewhere and done extensive damage as far as can be told at least in the
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darkness, to the south by about maybe 100, 135 miles or roughly 215 kilometers. there seems to be significant structures that were knocked over, talking bricks and cement. the concern is in purt erto villarta and the damage. amy: here a franklin, a father is reported to have holding his daughter, and threatening to stab officers with a screwdriver if they stepped on his property. s' facing charges, including child. prevention is deciding how it will send funding to deal with the state's growing drug abuse problems. they're tasked with dealing with the fight against heroin and
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misuse of alcohol. more than 320 people died from drug related overdoses last year. the state is expected to meet or exceed that sad number this year. >> we have a profound problem of addiction in the state. it happens that a substantial amount of it is heroin related. but alcohol is still killing more people overall than heroin and other drugs. amy: the commission decided to continue funding the drug czar position. right now a grant is paying for that job, but it runs out at the end of the year. it's not career if current czar will keep the position. a clairemont man is accused of possessing thousands in drugs. when they took him in custody they say they found 8700 worth of suspected bath salts in his possession. suspended capitalbury police chief is facing charges after
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being indicted by a grand jury. he's accused of assaulting a teenage girl more than 15 years ago. laroche was arrested in august, but is now charged with seven felonies, including six counts of aggravated felonious assaults happening between january of 1999 and august of 2000. when the girl was 16 to 17 years old. laroche was a boscowan police officer and he allegedly assaulted at the boat ramp. laroche is op paid administrative leave. the 25th annual new hampshire pumpkin festival gets underway in laconia. this is the first time since riots broke out in keene last year. organizers say they're ready to move on. stephanie woods has a preview of the festivities. >> volunteers have been hard at
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work and now, more than 900 jack-o-laterns are on the famous pumpkin tower, lit up in laconia. they want to carve out a new history. >> you know what i want to talk about, pumpkins, bring your pumpkin. laconia is lit up for the 20th annual new hampshire pumpkin fechl festival. it's the first time and it's pumped about the boon to business. >> we're excited here in the lakes region to have this event and everyone has come together. so i'm so-- waiting for tomorrow to come. >> organizer route sterling is happening to snag a world record when they try to break the 2013 record of 30,581 lit jack-o-laterns. >> let's get all of new hampshire and new england and show the country-- so what it's like when you put everybody's pumpkins together and light will drive out any darkness.
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>> keene city revoked the permit after students rioted on keene state last october, leading to more than 120 arrests. >> don't ever let the bad guys win, ever, you know? let it shine. >> laconia police say they're stationing 30 officers at this year's festival. >> the footprint and the security, we've always had a really good handle on that, let it shine in the pumpkin festival management. so, i'm just bringing my usual security. >> sterling says the scariest thing mayhem at the mill. they're donating profits to the laconia mill society because he says this gig pays for itself. >> if we could do halloween every day, we should. >> that's not all you can do, tomorrow for the first time ever, hop on the pumpkin express, go pumpkin bowling or take the little ones for the children's costume parade. it starts at 10:00 this morning and ends at 8:30 tonight. in laconia, stephanie woods, wmur news 9. >> coming up on news 9 this
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frightening incident at harvard is now speaking out. >> if you're afraid and the situation tells you to run away from it, you need to. >> following her instincts pre-vented a near attack. ever find yourself going on a treasure hunt?
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one california town >> welcome back, friends. it's 7:11 in the morning as we
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a little busier than the last hour when we were looking at this. we've got a decent weekend on the way and then we track the remains of hurricane patricia and what it has in store for new hampshire's weather. minutes. amy: right now debris from the cargo ship that disappeared earlier this month during hurricane joaquin is washing ashore in the bahamas. the search is on for el faro's data recorder. the navy team tasked with recovering from black box has one week before the batteries stop sending signals. 33 people, including 28 americans were on the ship when it vanished. a frightening incident involving a student. she says she was chased to her dorm and managed to lock the suspect out in the nick of time. just before 4 a.m. friday at a harvard affiliated housing complex called holding green. she noticed a dark mini-van pull
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incident, but did not want to be identified. >> i started to get a sick feeling in my stomach and trusted my gut and started walking as fast as i could to the apartment. when i got to the steps that lead to my building, i paused to turn around and there was a man running full force at me. >> the victim says the man smacked the door with his fist and harvard police added extra patrols and are advising students to stay alert and walk in pairs. california is known as the golden state and some are taking that nickname quite literally. officials say two men came to the city of auburn and tried to mine for gold for several months. the men went unnoticed until a restaurant owner heard an unusual sound and opened his trap door and saw him tapping away at the storm drain. >> when i first heard him, i did, who on earth would actually crawl into a storm drain looking for gold. >> i've known about it for years.
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i've lived around here for years and i've even been down in here. >> ever fine anything? what. amy: that's mysterious. the city says besides being dangerous, this sort of digging is trespassing. the city hopes that the prospect of being arrested will keep ground. chris: well, that's good. i don't know what i want to be in a storm drain, especially with the rain that texas has coming and some of that makes its way up to new hampshire. amy: takes a while. chris: it does take a while, but it will be here. amy: chris will be right back with the forecast and then, looking for a good scare this
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we'll tell you which >> now, your storm watch 9 forecast. chris: hi, folks, chris jarzynka in for josh judge finishing off a well-deserved vacation and we're starting a weekend that's not too cool, not too hot although it's somewhat chilly right now. it shouldn't be all that bad, not terribly bright today and i'll explain why in just a moment. we're in the lower 20's up north. mid and upper 20's down south. a couple of things at the coast. a couple of things going on here, we've got a low batch of clouds, it's hard to see on the graphic, it's hugging the coastline, moving back to the west. at the same time, we have high
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clouds that are coming in in advance of the next system. a weak storm that moves through overnight tonight and those are mainly high thin clouds that are high up in the sky. the low clouds coming this way and you probably won't need to be a meteorologist to realize there might not be a ton of clouds because of the winds out of the southeast, if it was a few months ago, the sun would be strong enough to blow them away, but we're in fall and the sun is much weaker. here is the next storm, a line of rain showers, it's a cold front. ahead of it it will get warmer and there will be showers coming in overnight tonight. mainly after midnight. after that front moves away, we actually get sunshine for tomorrow around and it warms up. and cools off to the start of the week. talking about the remains, not the remains bus it's technically hurricane patricia, bringing in
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a ton of rain already into parts of texas and finds its way here. thanks to the clouds blowing off the association, high clouds the same time. temperatures in the 40's and 50's and we'll call it partly sunny on average, the brightest part of the state may be up in the north country and also the western part of the state in the upper 40's and lower 50's and the rest in the lower 50's as well. thanks to it being south and that keeps temperatures around the same. either way right around 50 today. and for overnight tonight, cloudy, not terribly cool. lows in the 30's and 40's, showers arrive after midnight in western new hampshire, they take pretty much their sweet time moving across the state through the morning hours of sunday and then eventually getting out of here by about 9:00 or 10:00 on sunday mork and once those move on by, it's not going to be completely sunny, but we should be at least partly sunny, a few lingering sprinkles up north.
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the rest, upper 50's to 60's and 10 degrees warmer than today. that's if i check my math correctly. 51, 60. it does cool down for monday and tuesday, not unseasonably cold. we'll be in the lower to mid 50's. and then, that remnants of patricia come in for late wednesday, so some rain arrives late in the day and it could really pour here, be very windy, too, that looks to clear out of here on thursday morning, if it does, there's enough tropical warm air left over from the passage of the storm that just like last thursday, it could get us in the mid to upper 60's and we cool off for the end of the week ap next weekend. >> thanks, chris. in this week's viewer's choice, you asked us to tell which houses are the best in new hampshire. there was a two-way tie for north. 50's fright if he is, and haven in kensington. spooky world presents night world new england and second is
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haunted overload in lee and the number one haunted house in the granite state according to viewers is fright kingdom is nashua nashua. so you think you can yo-yo, they're walking the dog and taking it around the world like you've never seen. the yo-yo contest is happening today. it features yo-yo players not only from the granite state, but all over the east coast. the judging panels, include state and regional champs. it begins in manchester. coming up next, it's a problem many see in their gardens, invasive species, in today's
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we'll >> hi there, folks, new hampshire is being invited, not by aliens, but invasive species. here to talk about that is margaret hagan from the unh extension. how do we get rid of this without making it worse? >> it's not easy because the invasive species from other countries have no natural predators because they didn't evolve here, they tend to grow quickly and tend to produce and spread their seed quickly. they'll choke out native plant
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because wildlife need native plants to feed on. this is one of the common ones, this particular one you find a lot, sometimes being sold in the fall for wreaths because it's attractive. it's japanese bittersweet and the birds like the eat the berries and the seeds go through the digest seive season so you'll find it through river banks, places that don't get mowed very often, quite possibly in your own yard. >> yes, it could be in your yard. i've seen it before. >> this is a white flower in may that's sweet and lovely. this is the japanese knot weed or japanese bamboo that grows by the side of the road, eight to ten feet hall and this is one you have in your yard and put that and that's one you put in
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the thing is they have seeds. this is not the time to move them. chances are the seeds will drop and you'll have more plants. >> the time to deal with them is the summer or spring before they've flowered and start to go to seed. >> ok, if i have this in my properly? >> there are a variety of different ways. if you have some of the vines, cut them in the base and use an herb side or stump be gone on the base of the plant and translocate to the roots. if you have a stand of barbury or this rose, get a burn permit. you can dilling you can dig them out, but they come back and come back. >> they're resilient. >> yeah, the other thing you can do, you can use plastic, either
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pin tightly to the ground so the sun bakes them. those are common ways. the big deal in new hampshire, it's illegal to move a the lo of these plants around when they have living or potentially living plant parts because we don't want to spread them. >> i don't think a lot of people know that, the regulation there. >> right, we have a fact sheet how to dispose of them properly. if you want to learn more about the invasive plants themselves the department of agriculture has a really nice booklet on invasive species that you can find them. >> and if you see them on a wreath, you could be spreading them. >> you will be spreading them. >> thank you, margaret. >> always good information. preparing for doomsday. we'll take you to the place where the world is storing its seed sam pelts in the event of catastrophe. a frightening situation for a
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bruins fan. he's recovering after falling from the stands.
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the lake >> 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 take a live look at concord, the sun is up, it's 24 brisk top stories on the half hour. hurricane patricia continues to move across parts of mexico this morning. the storm made landfall last night as a category 5 hurricane and it's since been down gra i had had-- downgrade today a category 1. a search is on for a shirtless man. and we'll get to the stories and
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more, first, chris jarzynka in the weather center for a look at the forecast. chris: good morning, amy, just like last weekend, we're starting off chilly in the 20's, goffstown at 30 degrees, actually splashes of color there. and we do have, well, kind of a cloudy day today and i'll explain why, we're in the 20's and lower 30's, clouds coming at us from two directions today. low clouds sneaking in along the coastline, those are coming this way and then we've got high clouds and clouds will thicken up during the day from the west. it's the meteorology equivalent to baseball's squeeze play. the other clouds, you should see the clouds through them and make a milky appearance in the skies. upper 40's to lower to mid 50's and temps could be 10 degrees warmer than tomorrow and then track the remnants of earthquake had patricia and what it will do to our weather later on this week week.
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well, one of the strongest hurricanes ever recorded does continue to bear down on mexico. hurricane patricia made landfall yesterday evening as a category 5 hurricane. packing wind speeds up to 165 miles per hour. that is weakened to a category 1 with sustained winds of 100 miles per hour. there's no word of fatalities, but they're warning that they could cause deadly flooding and mudslides as it continues to dump torrential rains. patricia is threatening to bring heavy rain to texas, white the state is dealing with intense flooding. meteorologists say up to 20 inches of rain has fallen in some areas and dozens of drivers were stranded and needed to be rescued as they found their cars in window high water. the rain is expected to continue all day. here in new hampshire, concord police are on the lookout for the shirtless robber who held up at mcdonald's at gun point. surveillance video shows the man walking into the restaurant on fisherville road, 1 a.m. on
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friday, wearing only a mask and shorts and what looks likes water shoes. police say he pointed a gun at the cashier and he would kill her if she did not hand over the cash drawer. >> you can see that in several of the stills, someone maybe recognizes that, it's unusual that we would have a robbery involving a large weapon, you know, a rifle or a shotgun, it's not typical, we're hoping that that is something that stands out in someone's mind. amy: when the clerk went to give him money, he took the entire drawer and fled. he may have been with a dark vehicle. a man from hollis has been indicted on charges of having child pornography. david pelusi is accused of exchanging information with part-time psychology professor assista azotea.
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azotea is also charged with those alleged conversation. a woman is accused of welfare fraud. according to documents amy venturini was collecting between march, up to this year when she agent. and collected $120,000 in food stamps and medical benefit, she was not intitled to. a man is recovering after a frightening fall at td gardens. he was at the bruins game when t-shirts were tossed into the stands between the second and third period. rose went to grab one of the shirts and in the chaos ended up falling seven rows down. >> i had reached out with my left hand in an effort to catch the shirt and i don't know what happened at that time, whether i was pushed, tripped, shoved, or stumbled. right wrist was caught between two chairs, severely hurt the left shoulder.
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hit my mouth on the way down and fortunately, i didn't lose any teeth. >> rose believes the rush for t-shirts created a dangerous situation, he thinks they should no longer be thrown into the stands and is disappointed that no one from td garden called to check on, but remains a loyal bruins fan. through the winter it will not shut off electricity to residential customers who have not paid their bills, but that moratorium does not affect commercial customers who pay late. many are p set that the utility is threatening it cut off power. >> it follows the public commission guidelines. a business owner we spoke to says he doesn't agree with the way the policy is being carried out. >> allen raper owned this decades. >> i've never had the power shut
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>> he admits he paid late a few times, but eventually made the account current. he's been ordered to pay a security deposit to keep his business open. >> if i don't pay it by the 29th or 30th, from what i understand, they'll shut off the power. they gave permission for him to talk about with us. >> for us, it's a two minimum disconnect before we collect a deposit. the discorrect would come after a bill is paid more than 60 days past the time it was issued. >> for residential customers, security deposits are sent after four disconnect notices. eversource says those deposits are eventually given back with interest after one 0 to two years of on-time payments. he thinks that the security deposit is unnecessary, especially for someone with a
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currently up-to-date account like his. >> you know, i might have been late a couple of times or whatever, the bottom line, my bill is paid. >> eversource that's that delinquent accounts to impact time. >> and this deposit policy is in customers. because the millions of unpaid electrical bills wind up being paid by everyone else. >> they say to reach out to them before you receive a disconnect notice. kristen carosa, news 9. amy: and next month an election will be held for the 2015 mayor. from rochester to berlin, you can learn their priorities and
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hear why they believe they deserve your votes. >> a moving tribute before football in merrimack. both seems lined up to honor timothy gibson and his family. he was a star quarterback before he graduated and became a marine corporal. in 2005, he died along with 30 other servicemen when the helicopter crashed in iraq. last night, the family was given a commemorative game ball. >> unbelievable, unbelievable. >> it's beyond words what it means for us. he's been gone ten and a half years and people still want to do this to honor him and shows the impact he had on people's lives. amy: timothy gibson wore number 10 at merrimack. that number is worn by the players on the field today and his family wants it that way. deep in the nowegian mountains lies a place that scientists say could save us from a global
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it may seem like an odd choice for the latest crops on earth, but it's exactly where the world has placed its seed samples and its faith. cnn's arwood damon paid a visit. littering like an exotic gem in the distance. the entrance to the seed vault extend out of the side of an arctic mountain, looking more like a villain's lair from a james bond movie than where they've banked seeds of its survival. we walk into a long cement forboding hallway. safety helmets line the wall, protection against falling ice. >> that's about 150 meters done into the mountain. this is becoming the perma frost here. >> michael with the trust that overseas the vault guides us deeper into the mountain. with each step, the temperature drops. it's like something out of a movie.
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every time i come here, i feel like i'm in a cathedral. this is a place to pause and think bus it's a very unique place and it's a very important place for humanity. >> this is so beautiful. and yet, it's so simple. it's just a door, but behind it is the key to humanity's salvation. there are 860,000 types of seeds from all over the world here. >> so you've got boxes from germany, from nigeria, from india, the united states, the largest seed bank in the world. that's an interesting box here. this box comes from the democratic people's rubble of kariya, the only wooden boxes in the vault. >> this is humanity's insurance policy meant to safeguard against cataclysmic events that wipe out our crops. despite multiple conflicts around the world, he says that's
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not what will bring about our demise. >> the agriculture is not adopting as fast currently as the climate is changing on us. we have to adapt to rising temperatures, to wind and storm and flooding, new diseases and pests. we have salt water coming into the rice paddies in the world so sal salanation is an issue. this is a diversity of the genes you're going to adapt agriculture and you do not know what you're going to need 50 or 100 years from now. >> this can be here for decades. protecting our past may be the only way to ensure our future. c. in n, norway. amy: coming up, how would you like to start your morning with some frosted watermelon?
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pop-tart flavors kelloggs is preparing to roll out. the boston celtics made in new hampshire last night. jason king will show us how they did against the 76ers. chris: after the sun and cool weather today, why the second half of the weekend will be milder and what they have left
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>> now, your storm watch 9 forecast. chris: hi, folks, a pleasure to be with you this morning, in for josh judge for the last weekend. we are talking about a weekend that's not going to be the coldest weekend thus far. that's because we had it last weekend. it's almost as cold. we are chilly in the 20's and lower 30's. lower 30's, places like manchester out to the coast. normally when you have an area of high pressure like we do today. you have nice, bright weather, it's nice and clear, today is going to be exception to that rule for a couple of reasons. one, the high pressure is working more north of us and the wind flow around it is going to catch some low cloudiness. you can almost see it on the map. bringing in in north boston and the north shore, and into our seacoast. we have higher clouds moving in and it will be a bit of a squeeze play awes two clouds at different levels move overhead and squeeze out the sun. it's the flow around the area of
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high pressure that's giving us the cloudness, at least along the coast, and the sun is too much like they would a month or two ago. we have the storm system showing up. the green indicating rain showers that works for overnight tonight and mainly out of midnight and tomorrow morning. and after that rolls through, it's a warmer sunday afternoon, interprets at least 10 degrees warmer than today. not an exceptional will i -- exceptionally bright day. they're over the mountains of mexico and here is the current position, still a 75 mile an hour wind, all he to i expect that to weaken to either a tropical storm or leftovers by about 3:00 afternoon our time. that's 11:00 pacific time. today, crisp and dry. there will be more clouds along the coast line thanks to the low cloudiness worked in on the shore and high clouds coming from the west and temperatures
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in the 40's and 50's and stuck in the middle with you, and partly sunny skies, too. partly cloudy, not terribly cool. especially for late october. upper 30's, low 40's. tomorrow, cloudy in the morning with a few showers, a few in the white mountains tomorrow afternoon. other than that, call it partly sunny on average and the high temperature through the veil of clouds into the upper 50's and mid 60's, and your next five days, it does cool off for monday and tuesday, lows appropriately in the 30's and then late on wednesday, wednesday night and thursday morning, that's when the remains of patricia early through and could be a lot of heavy rain and wind and with enough tropical airlift over and mid to upper 60's before cooling back off for the end of the weekend next
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a look at new hampshire sports. we'll start with hockey, bruins on the road taking on the new york islanders last night and the b's going to get on the board in the first. conley scores his second of the season from marchand and bergeron. 1-0 boston. islanders answered with two goals, less than two minutes apart, including this one from boydchuck, and the bruins pulled away after that. the third period game winner by ryan spooner, his second. bruins win 5-3 and host arizona on tuesday. hockey east opener for unh, big night for the number one line, four goals, three chris miller with his first career goal for unh. they tie 6-6 at number 18 union tonight. the celtics played in new
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76ers at the verizon wireless arena. noel back in the granite state and played at hilton school. nice alley-oop for the jam, eight points, nine rebounds and four steals. smart is going to knock down a three from the wings for the celtics and finished with 10 points. the celtics go undefeated in new hampshire this year, win 81-65 and nerved an excellent pre-season at 6-1. opening night wednesday against the 6ers. new hampshire college football teams in action today. st. anselm against southern connecticut state at noon time. plymouth state on the road at framingham state and dark mouth against columbia. a big one for the unh wildcats at delaware. >> that should be a pretty good game and they have some nice players on the offense and defense and i know a lot of the guys and it should be a pretty good game. >> they run the ball well. they're good at what they do.
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it's key for us, and eyes are in the right places and everyone is playing their assignment. >> here is college football on wmur tv today, texas tech at oklahoma, that's your noon game, followed up by indiana and michigan state at 3:30. and the nightcap, the number one team in the country, ohio state. they play at rutgers, that's an 8:00 start tonight. that's sports, have a great saturday. >> thank you, jason. 7:51 now, taking a look at stories trending on the web this morning. remember that viral announcement regarding a bun in the oven? a man breaking down in tears pregnant? the little boy was delivered four months premature. they named their tiny miracle caleb. they are asking for prayers. and after four years, singer adel has announced their long comeback. and she dropped the first hello.
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kelloggs is rolling out new flavors of pop-tarts, chocolatey caramel, maple bacon, frost watermelon and pink lemonade. only available through spring of 2016. ahead here on news 9 this morning. texas. workers say the museum is haunted. to our u local hotshot. this is eli snacking on a freshly picked apples at max's apple in londonderry.
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local members by logging >> the institute of texan cultures is a popular museum in san antonio and if you believe the people who work there, it's also pretty popular with those who have crossed over to the other side. erica hernandez takes a look at this supposedly haunted museum. >> unexplained voices, shadows, lights and smells have been experienced by the institute of texan cultures. lili has worked there since 1994 and witnessed a fair share of para norm activity. >> my shirt has been pulled a couple of times. i'm thinking how could be pulled so low, it's a kid, a child. >> and at one point saw a full apparition of a woman he thinks was a native america. >> she's as solid as i'm looking
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she's not transparent. she was a full body. >> this is the area where that woman was seen. it's called the cave. willy would never see her again, but he and other employees experienced paranormal activity. he was worked there since 2012 and almost immediately noticed something else was inside the closed. >> i used to sit here when it was closed and sit and listen, talking. >> he would become curious and begin to investigate, catching this on audio quarter. >> did you walk the face of this earth as a human being? >> and then this, caught on security camera, a moving apparition. the place could be haunted because of the land it was built on or because spirits became inside. either way something that can't
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be explained is happening inside. inside. >> you had a theory on what was moving across the screen. chris: i thought it was a dust mote, and 'tis the season so a scary ghost. a lot of rain, five to ten inches expected from patricia and be wednesday or thursday when we get here. the weekend looking pretty dry and quiet. cooler today and warmer tomorrow. amy: thank you, chris. today's top stories next, the latest on hurricane patricia, the storm has weakened to a category 1 #. they say they're not out of the
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a father from franklin >> now on news 9, hurricane patricia continues to batter parts of mexico after making landfall as one of the strongest hurricanes ever recorded. >> a cool day today, milder sunday and what the leftovers of patricia have planned for new hampshire this week. amy: a special honor for a fallen marine. ten years after he was killed in iraq. >> oh, it's just beyond words what this means to us. amy: how one community is still saying thank you for his sacrifice. and a highly anticipated event gets underway in laconia today. we'll tell you about some of the festivities happening at this
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, new hampshire. 8:00 on saturday, october 24th. i'm amy coveno. we'll get to the top stories in just a minute. first, chris jarzynka is in the weather center with the forecast. chris: hey, amy, to the too many clouds, and we have the cloud cover moving along the coastline and that might be your sky for most of the day in places like portsmouth and hampton. temperatures in the 20's and 30's, we have clouds coming at us from two directions. the meteorology equivalent to baseball's squeeze play. we've got low clouds moving in thanks to wind coming in out of the east and southeast, and off to our west, we've got another batch of clouds, high, thin clouds that will see the sun through them, but moving in from the west. it will be tricker clouds along the seacoast and thinner off to the west. either way, the sun is going to
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be in the minority. we have cloudy skies, not too bad. 40's and 50's, at least 10 degrees warmer tomorrow and hurricane patricia's left overs have us in store. amy: the aforementioned hurricane patricia continues to slam mexico. it made landfall yesterday evening as a category 5 packing wind speeds up to 165 miles per hour. it's weakened to a category 1. mexican transportation secretaries are saying officials aren't letting their guard down yet. patricia is moving over a mountainous region at risk of dangerous mudslides as well as flash flooding. a franklin father is accused of holding his one-month-old baby hostage.
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of carol for domestic violence. they saw him standing in the doorway with his daughter. they took him into custody after a brief strug. he's chasing charges, including endangering the welfare of a child. they're skiing how it will deal with funding to deal with the growing drug abuse programs. they're tasked with dealing with the fight against heroin as well as the misuse of alcohol. over 300 died from overdoses last year and the state is expect today match or exceed that sad number this year. >> we have a profound problem of addiction in the state. it happens to substantial amount is heroin related, but alcohol is still killing more people overall than heroin and other drugs. amy: the commission did decide to continue funding the state's drug czar job.
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right now, a grant pays for at that position, but that runs out at the end of the year. it's not clear if the current czar will keep the position. a clairemont man is accused of possessing synthetic drugs. when they took him into custody, they say they found $8700 worth of bath salts in his position. and canterbury chief is being indicted by a gj gnl, a grand jury. he's charged with seven felonies, including six counts of aggravated felonious sex assault and court documents say the assaults happened between january of 1999 and august of 2000 when the girl was 16 to 17 years old. he was a police officer at the time and supervised the department's explorer program. according to the indictment, he assaulted the alleged victim in
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a police cruiser at the police department and at the town's boat ramp. in canterbury laroche is on leave. >> we have to wait for the next step, an indictment is the next step. an indictment is not a conviction. if and when something changes we'll advise our citizenry. amy: laroche's attorney is asking people not to make any judgments until the evidence is presented. the 25th annual pump kip festival gets underway in laconia this morning. this is the first time the festival is held in laconia after riots broke out near the event in keene last year. organizers say they're ready to move on. stephanie woods has a preview of today's festivities. >> volunteers have been hard at work and now, more than 900 jack o lanterns, for the first time lit up in laconia. they want to forget about last
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>> what i want to talk about, pumpkins, bring your pumpkin. >> laconia is lit up for the pumpkin festival. it's the first year it will be in the city and the lakes region chamber of commerce is pumped about the boom to business. >> we're so excited to have this event and everyone has come together, so i'm waiting for tomorrow to come. >> organizers ruth stirling is hoping hoping to snag a record. >> let's get all of new hampshire, all of new england, all of the country to just come and show their pumpkin-- show what it's like when you put everybody's pumpkins together. all those lights shining and light will drive out any darkness. >> keene council decided not to issue a permit after a riot leading to 120 arrests. >> don't ever let the bad guys win, never.
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let it shine. >> they have 30 officers at this year's festival. >> the footprint and the security. we've had a good handle on let it shine in the pumpkin festival management. i'm bringing my usual security. >> and hee says it will be mayhem at the mill. donating profits to the mill society because he says this gig pays for itself. >> if we do halloween every day, we'll sure do it. >> for the first time ever, go pumpkin bowling or take the costume parade. the festival starts at 10:00 this morning and ends at 8:30 tonight. in laconia, stephanie woods, news 9. >> coming up on news 9, a frightening incident at harvard is speaking out. >> if you're afraid, if the situation tells you to run away from it, you need to. >> how following her instincts
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r i'm hillary clinton p and i approve this message. >> good morning, it's 8:10 this morning, you're looking at a live shot of i-93 in windham where it's 29 degrees. we're tracking a lot of weather, including the remnants of patricia. i'll have that in your forecast in just a few minutes. amy: right now, debris from the cargo ship that disappeared earlier this month during hurricane joaquin is watching ashore in the bahamas. the search is on this morning for el faro's data recorder. the u.s. navy team tasked with
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week before the batteries stopped sending signals. 33 people including 28 americans were on the ship when it vanished. a campus alert at harvard. she says she was chased to her dorm and locked the man out just in time. it happened at a harvard affiliated complex, holding green. she had her puppy out for a bathroom break and saw a van pulled up. she didn't want to be identified. >> i started getting a sick feeling and trusted my gut and started walking as fast as i could to the apartment. when i got to steps. building. i turned around and there was a man running full force at me. >> the victim says the man smacked the door with his first and harvard police added extra patrols, stay alert and walk in pairs.
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golden state and some take that nickname literally. they say two men came to the city of auburn and tried to mine for gold for several months. the men were not noticed until a restaurant owner heard a sound and opened his trap and saw them tapping away at the storm drain. >> at first i laughed and thought who on earth would go in a storm drain for gold. >> i've lived here for years and i've been down there. >> you ever find anything? >> yeah, but i ain't saying what. >> the city manager says that besides being dangerous, this sort of digging is, well, dress passing. the city hopes the prospect of being arrested will keep future gold hunters above ground, i know i have to get my wagon train and go down in the storm drain and exciting.
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amy: and get your miner's hat? >> not in the city of auburn, it's illegal. really, no rain in sight for the next couple of days. amy: we will a take it, mr. jarzynka. one company is keeping more than
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forecast. chris: well, hello, folks, it's a typically chilly weekend. it would have made headlines last weekend, but it's chilly out there. so chilly that my computer is having trouble being motivated. let me paint a picture for you. it's mainly clear particularly away from the seacoast, but the 20's and lower 30's. it's not clear everywhere, though. it's in the mid 30's at the coast. because we have clouds along the coastline, they're almost along the coastline, north shore of boston and moved into our seacoast. at the same time we have higher clouds, it's hard to see as we're looking from the top down. higher, thinner clouds from the west and they're going to get into a squeeze play as the lower clouds get driven in thanks to a wind on the ground level. a month ago the sun would have
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been strong enough to burn them 0 of, but not so as the sun is getting weaker and weaker before winter. i noticed before the commission break, you won't have to worry about warm weather gear. these are sprinkles and showers, they're coming through overnight after midnight. really after 2 in the the morning. >> and after those moved through, we have a warmer sun afternoon, temperatures tomorrow should be at least 10 degrees warmer than today. and we also have the now tropical storm patricia remnants that will continue to rocket off to the north and east, already drenching a lot of texas, this area of the country expecting 5 to 10 inches of rain that will move through new hampshire later on this week. for today, crisp and dry weatherment more clouds along the coast and high clouds from the west. 40's and 50's. the atmosphere's job or weather's job is to mix-up the atmosphere and make it equal
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fine job of it today. that's why there's not going to be a lot of weather with temperatures in the 40's and 50's. showers after midnight moving from west to east. most of us in the 40's and few upper 30's as skies remain partly clear enough. the showers are off to the west again and they're not going to get soaked through them and move through so late at night. most of us probably won't notice their passage. they gut out of here except for sprinkles and showers. temperatures in the upper 50's to lower 60's, south of the white mountains, mid 50's up north. your next five days featuring the warmer weather, it's nice and bright for monday and tuesday. wednesday night and early thursday, that's the remnants, the remnants, i highlight, of
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with enough tropical air, thursday afternoon before cooling back off for friday and next weekend, which is while in the beginning of november. the beginning of november. amy: how did that? >> i don't know. this fall has flown. amy: fall has flown. chris: it has. chris. and officer will be serving for a good cause. they will be serving diners at red robin, tip a cop venture. they will be serving up meals from 4 it -- to 8:00. a boat company is putting up to 50 people to work, sea bags. they're going pink with a special design. >> our cure bags have sold from rein to amsterdam to saudi arabia, so it's been amazing for us over the years, and something
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>> the cure bags sell through december as an effort, they've deemed up with the american cancer society and they were donating every pink lobster bag sold. and looking for something to do with the autumn apples? in the cook's corner we'll show you how to whip up a gach of local pancakes. >> a frightening situation for a bruins fan. he's recovering after falling from the bleachers at td garden. >> in this week's adopt a pet, say hello to phoebe. the four-year-old boxer lab mix, she loves people and gives lots of kisses and do best in a home without cats or young children, but would make a great hiking companion and loves the water.
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head over to wmur. . jamie: iment what better way to wake up than with apple pancakes. we have the chef oonagh with us. >> i saw this on cooks corner savory and i made it with ordinary vegetables. thises apple, it's apple season, if you've got squishy apples at home, it's a great time to use them up.
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the kids won't eat the squishy ones. i like the fuji and gala. you winter them chopped up like shredded cheese. you don't want chuck. i've used gluten-free flour, and the includings recipe for flour. this would be half a cup of any flour. it's got a bit of baking powder to give it a bit of a puff. i use trader joe's pumpkin pie spice and trader joe's is so much cheaper than everywhere else. i like to use liquid egg substitute. this brand doesn't have onion and garlic, who wants onion and garlic and plus not the cholesterol and fat and works as well. i wouldn't use it if it didn't taste good. you can see how easy. there's no milk in it, if you
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thought i left it out, no, i haven't. just the egg holding it together. half a cup of egg and half a cup of flour. this is olive oil in there. as i was saying these are sweet ones adjust the sugar depending on the family. and i always do with it fresh sage-- oops, too hot now. i do it with fresh sage and it's good with breakfast or dinner with meats. this is very, very quick cooking because the apples are cooked already. if they were raw. >> the small shavings. >> yes. these are called silver dollars. they freeze well, not like an american pancake consistency, they're more soufflish. you can get checken sausage, but real food a gluten-free when you
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know what you're doing. >> a lot of people who want to be gluten-free, but doesn't need to be gloouten-free is taste. and having me teach you how to do it. this is a vegetable dish, totally vegetarian. next month the pumpkin cheesecake i did here a few weeks ago and left over ham rolls with your vegetables and everything so i try to go from kid friendly to adult indulgent. i do tiramisu and trifle. i know food in the first place and know what it should taste like. i'll go in and do a cooking class, dinner party. >> they're looking good. >> they smell wonderful. i'll be in north dakota in a couple of weeks time working with celebrity chefs in boston
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advising them on a gluten-free menu. i was turning it before it was quite cooked enough. >> thank you very much for your time.
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>> we'll be >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. >> good morning, it's 8:30. i'm amy coveno. we take a live look at goffstown. degrees. the story on the half hour. hurricane patricia continues to move across parts of mexico this morning. the storm made landfall as a gra grade today a tropical storm. and a shirtless man held up an mcdonald's at gun point. they will not cut power to residential customers who have not paid their bill, but that does not hold for commercial
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customers. we'll get to the stories and more in a minutes. let' check with chris jarzynka for a look at the forecast. >> it's not too often, you can see the hot spot is the mountain, but it is. with the camera, they're in berlin, 22 degrees. you go up in elevation, you look at temperatures, it's 37 on top of mount washington and you might say why in the world is that? cold air is heavier than milder air and sinks to the valley when there's foe-- no wind at night. and that will reverse itself. we have high clouds moving from the with west and clouds will be pretty thick during the day today. the next brings us from the west and brings us showers tonight. milder weather comes our way for the second half of the weekend and what comes our way from the remnants of patricia later on this week in a few minutes.
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hurricanes ever has been down downgraded. and a category 5. miles per hour. fatalities. but authorities are warning that the storm could cause deadly floods and mudslides as it continues to dump torrential texas. a flash food watch will be in effect for parts of that state tomorrow morning. concord police are looking for a man who walked in an mcdonald's at gun point, 1 a.m. wearing only a mask, shorts and what looked like water shoes. police say he pointed a gun at the cashier, threatened to kill her if she didn't hand offense the cash drawer. >> obviously, the weapon is seen and you can see see that in several of the stills and someone maybe recognizes that,
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have a robbery involving a large weapon, a rifle or a shotgun. it's not typical so we're hoping that stands out in someone's mind. when the clerk went to give him money. he grabbed the drawer and left. he may have fled the scene in a dark colored car. a man from hollis has been arrested on charges of child pornography. he's accused of exchanging with part-time professor alyssa azotea. azotea is also charged in connection with those alleged conversations. a hudson woman is an i cued of committing welfare fraud, amy
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was a real estate agent. she collected food stamps and berths she was not entitled to. a man had a frightening fall at td gardens. george rose was at the bruins game wednesday night when t-shirts were tossed into the stands. rose went to grab one of the t-shirts and in the chaos ended up falling seven rows down. >> i reached out with my hand in an effort to catch the shirt and i don't know that happened, whether i was pushed, tripped, shoved, stumbled. right wrist was caught between the two chairs, severely hurt the left shoulder. hit my mouth. >> rose believes the rush for t-shirts created a dangerous situation. he thinks they should no longer be thrown into the stands and says he's disappointed that no one from td garden called on him to check on him, but he remains a loyal bruins fan.
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eversource energy says it will not shut off electricity to residential customers who have not paid their bills, but it does not affect commercial customers who pay late. as kristen carosa explains, many of those are upset that the utility is threatening to cut the power if deposits aren't paid. >> eversource says the deposit request policy follows public utilities commission guidelines. he doesn't agree with the way the policy is carried out. decades. >> for 21 years, i've been here, i've never had the power shut building. >> he admits he's paid his bill to eversource late a few times, but says he's always eventually made his account current, but he's been ordered to pay a $260 security deposit to keep his account open. >> and if i don't pay it by the
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i understand, they're going to shut my power off. >> raper gave ever source permission to discuss his commerce account with us. he's received three disconnect notices in the past 12 months. for us, it's a minimum two notices before we could request a deposit. and a notice would calm -- come if the bill is not paid within 60 days. the deposits are eventually given back with interest after one to two years of on time payments. he says he doesn't think it's necessary with someone with a currently up-to-date account like his. >> i might have been late a couple of times or whatever, but the bottom line, my bill is paid. >> eversource says that delinquent accounts do impact 90% of eversource customers who pay on time.
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>> and this deposit policy is in place protect those customers because millions of dollars of unpaid electric bills end up paid by everybody else. eversource says if you're having trouble paying the bill, reach out to them before you receive a disconnect notice so you can help. kristen carosa, wmur news 9. amy: next month, voters head to the polls to vote for mayors of several new hampshire cities, that's why we invited the candidates to take part in the 2015 mayoral pitch. from manchester to rochester it berlin. hear their priorities and why you believe they deserve your vote. you'll hear that in the politics section of wmur.com. another contender is dropped out of the race. lincoln chafee dropped out of the bid to become a presidential nominee. he decided to end his campaign after, vote, much thought. he had been struggling in the
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and now, to a moving tribute before friday night football in merrimack last night. both teams lined up to honor timothy gibson and his family. he was a star quarterback before he graduated and became a marine corporal. in 2005 he died along with 30 other u.s. servicemen when their helicopter crashed in iraq. he was given a game ball inscribed with the words, never forgotten. >> unbelievable, unbelievable. >> oh, it's just beyond words what this means to us. and it's wonderful that they, you know, he's been gone 10 1/2 years and people want to do this to honor him and shows the impact he had on people's lives. amy: timothy gibson wore number 10 at merrimack. players still wear the number on the field and his parents want it that way. and week number eight of the friday night football report is in the books.
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jason king is here with last night's results. chris: some sun in the offing for today. why sunday will be much milder and offer more of its namesake. then what patricia's leftovers have in store for us for this upcoming week.
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you' >> now your storm watch 9 forecast. >> good morning, folks. it's a chilly start to the day. it's going to be a relatively cool finish and it's going to be kind of a cloudy finish, too, we'll talk about that in a second. first of all, here are our temperatures rights now. the warm spot, the warm spot in new hampshire. the warm spot in new hampshire. 37 degrees on top of mount
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not peculiar because colder air it down. the rest of us are 20's and 30's, temperatures will flip-flop, warmer at the ground than on top of mount washington this afternoon or my forecast has gone terribly wrong. we have some clouds moving in at the coast line. these are low clouds that wouldn't have been an issue. the low clouds, thanks to a developing southwesterly wind at the ground today. at the same time off to the west, we've got high clouds moving in advance of the next weather maker, they'll combine to give us a squeeze play and squeeze out sun. so partly on sunny on average and depending where you are. the showers roll through overnight tonight and after they roll through and get out of here by about 9:00 or 10:00 tomorrow
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sunny skies and a warmer afternoon on sunday. a lingering sprinkle or shower in the north country tomorrow afternoon. here, my friends is what is left of patricia. downgraded to a tropical storm. the rain ahead of patricia is literally flooding tech text and they've got five to ten inches of rain and some of that that's left over will be here, wednesday night and early on thursday. today, crisp and dry, we'll have more clouds along the coast line, thanks to the low clouds working and higher clouds to the west and what it means is a mainly cloudy day and a day that's very well mixed atmospherically. he know big temperature differences north, south, east, west, either side of 50 degrees, for overnight tonight. thanks to the clouds rolling in ahead of the next weather maker, it's not that chilly. only 39 to 45 as showers work in after midnight from west to east. most of the showers doesn't really hit the areas in southern and eastern new hampshire until around dawn and those lows will
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be in the 30's and 40's and then for the day tomorrow, what we're talking about, temperatures that could be at least 10 degrees warmer than today. and the showers get out in the morning, except up north. sun in the afternoon, it does cool back down as we work into the early part of the upcoming week with temperatures in the 50's and there comes that rain, the remnants of patricia, late on wednesday, wednesday night, it could really be rainy and windy here, thursday, we do hopefully clear out in the afternoon and if we do, we shoot through the 60's, because the one thing that the remnants of that tropical storm will bring in here is tropical air, for at least one day, in the 60's before cooling off the end of the week. >> the end of the month. and trick-or-treating looks, you know what, not terribly cold and dry. >> from a frightening experience, that will give you goose bumps.
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today and wanted to hear you say-- >> what's happening, new hampshire? >> it's that spooky time of the year again. prepare yourself for quite a fright at fright kingdom in nashua. it's a haunted experience that's grabbed halloween's dark side and is full of creepy clowns and a cast of live, slithery creatures. it's considered one of the largest scare attractions in new england. have an other worldly experience today. stroll through a 200-year-old site in canterbury. it's a family filled evening of fun. come dressed in costume. prices will be awarded for best dressed. the jack-o-laterns are set and the pumpkin fest, held in keen for 20 years. but, it moved to laconia this year. organizers are trying to break a guinness world record for the most pumpkins lit. keene holds the current record
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jack-o-laterns, set in 2013. the monadnock pumpkin festival in swansee. it begins at 10:00 this morning and runs until 8 p.m. and that's what's happening new hampshire. i'm shelley walcott, wmur news 9. >> now, jason king and news 9 sports. >> hey, everyone, eight weeks of the high school playing overnight. the owls taking on spaulding, a win and some help and the owls would secure a spot. first pass of the game, shaun cormier picked off by the oils line pack backer, it would have been a pick six. that would set up the first tyler feury touchdown of the game.
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they needed help from exeter, an exeter win at merrimack would put timberlane in the playoffs bracket. opening drive, tyler o'neill, went back and forth. kyle newman a 24-yard field goal with 18 seconds left and merrimack beats exeter. they will take on timberlayne in week. teams. and 49-6 the bulldogs win, let's go! >> concord and keene out west, third quarter, 26-16 concord. black birds get things going with a pass. connecting with alex abreu. that's a big game.
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56 yards, three plays later, corgan is going to find a four-yard touchdown pass and the game was tied up at 22, yeah, tied at 22. it went back and forth in the fourth quarter. it was 30-28 tied and they would add to their lead. kevin suares was a concord win, 52-42. pinkerton and drover, 152 yards and three touchdowns for the win. and pinkerton needs to beat exeter next week or they will miss the playoffs the first time in 20 years. win con winneconnett, they got a win 26-13. >> the mighty, mighty titans! >> second half, memorial tyler bautista picked off, he takes it the other way, touchdown for the titans 34-6.
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playoffs. conference. salem at portsmouth, the blue devils clinch a playoff spot the first time since 2011. a 180 yard run with four touchdowns and adam maroon had pick six. farmington at the raymond rams, early in the quarter. and they cough up the football and freshman gibby recovers the fumble so the rams were in business. that would lead to a touchdown run, tied the game at six. the tigers would start to take control with their ground game. a short touchdown run made it 14-6. farmington newt, they go on to win it 20-6 the final score. stevens in fall mountain. cardinals win and zack o'brien, each score two touchdowns in the
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the cougars, celebrating 12 seniors before the game. cougars cougars quarterback finds parker for nine yards, that drive would stall. sabers now with the ball. a big run that will go for 56 yards to set up a kenny touchdown. 39-21, the sabers are 6-1 in division two. and in the north conference entering last night. cougars win 17-14. norris ran for a buck 47 and two scars, and webster had a touchdown catch. >> laconia hosting 5-1 kennett. that's debra gibson, a music teacher and brand director and recognized at halftime. and riley roy fires for the end zone and connects with mooney in the back corner. that's a touchdown for laconia.
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and stevens had a great game on the ground for the eagles and went up the middle for a good first down and would set up a kennett touchdown. pollard will roll to the right and find rober, and rober does the rest, and kennett wins 38-13, the eagles should win the north conference. trinity and hanover, pioneers win 44-15, for hanover. we know reed winter had a good game. monadnock played, and huskies 38-8 and many he prove to five on the year. >> pelham at home, hosting sanborn. this is sanborn and white. gowen breaks free from the pack and 7-0 indians. he had a few touchdowns on the night and sanborn, they went, 21-14. kingswood big winners at west,
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knights improve to 3-4. you can watch all of our friday night football shows on our website, wmur.com/fnf and follow us on twitter, use the #fnfwmur. . unh wildcats play at delaware for a big game for them. that's a look at sports and that's it. have a great saturday. amy: that's plenty, jason. ahead on news 9 this morning. a 14-year-old being hailed a pumpkin hero. we'll tell you about the pump ken saving potion he created just in time for halloween. to our u local hotshot. she's modeling her fairy costume
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you can join thousands of u >> caught on camera. emus on the loose in texas. huey, dewey, louie and emmitt escaped from the family back yard. the quartet of flightless birds took officers on a ride for hours. the owner says the husband purchased them for her on craigslist, where else, really? they were captured a half mile away from their home. it's a frustrating predicament in time of year, you create a
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jack-o-latern and watch it rot. a 14-year-old decided to use chemistry to kill the mold that makes mush out of carved pumpkins. >> there was a lot of cases where it molded like faster and didn't work, but i kept going and finally it-- one solution did work better than the others. amy: he looks harry potter inspired and community-minded. part of the pumpkin potion proceeds go to the ohio food bank. people will soon be riding in a jetsons like vehicle. sky tran has been developing the system for years. the commuting vehicle will magnetically glide along elevated tracks at speeds up to 60 miles per hour. a pilot project debuts the end of the month in tel aviv. if all goes well, the company
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expects to expand to some u.s. cities by 2018. you've actually been to tel aviv recently. chris: i have. amy: and those weren't there? >> it's a haul to walk the streets. it's cool, but it's a haul. showers are out of here overnight and cools off a little bit and remnants of the patricia storm comes in wednesday night. there. chris: warmer air, too. amy: we thank you for joining us. good morning america is next.
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