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because there will be change. nright to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. sean: now at noon, new details about the franklin father accused of holding his one-month-old hostage, including why he is facing a long list of charges. a manchester man recovering after he was stabbed in the back. his own mother charged in the assault. what she was allegedly so upset about. kevin: a lot of sunshine out there this afternoon and it continues until the next system arrives. sean: and a devastating earthquake hits afghanistan. the early death toll, plus the latest on this developing story. wmur' s ray brewer is live with [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] >> no one covers new hampshire like we do.
mur news 9 at noon. sean: a manchester woman is accused of stabbing her own son in the back. the 18-year-old victim told police he and his mother, 40-year-old bernadette alvarez, got into a heated argument over his pet birds. at some point, alvarez allegedly grabbed a kitchen knife and stabbed her son in the back. alvarez is charged with first degree assault. the victim suffered serious but non-life threatning injuries. right now manchester police are trying to track down an attempted robber. the clerk at the down the block convenience store on hanover street told police the man walked into the store with a three-inch knife and demanded cash. but the clerk pulled out an even bigger knife, and the suspect he is a white man, about 5' and 180 pounds. he had on a gray hooded sweatshirt, white t-shirt over his face, a black hat with a p and blue jeans. a man is in custody for allegedly trying to rob someone at a nashua atm. police say 40-year-old joshua hansen is accused of walking up to the victim at the santander bank with a knife. he was given money.
police caught up with him a few we' re continuing to follow a developing story. an earthquake measuring 7.5 in morning. the epicenter of the quake is southwest of jarm, afghanistan, near the pakistan border. more than 180 people are confirmed dead and more are likely. the earthquake was felt as far away as the capital of kyrgyzstan. in commitment 2016 coverage, republican frontrunner donald trump was in the granite state this morning, where he offered no apology for his latest comments. this as vice president biden talks about why he did not get in the race. abc' s lana zak is in washington with more. lana: don' t expect an apology -- that is message from donald trump after calling into question the legitimacy of ben carson'
mr. trump: i mean, seventh-day adventist, i just don' t know about. lana: he has been on the attack after several polls show carson pulling ahead in iowa. trump said he has done nothing wrong. mr. trump: i said exactly i don' t know about it. that is not an insult. lana: carson on the trail is getting questions after comparing abortion to slavery. directly with voters through his new e-book, "reply all." it is a collection of his florida. on the left, hillary clinton celebrants are 68th birthday today good for biggest gift came from vice president biden, who decided to stay out of the race. was ready to run this summer. vice president biden: my granddaughter puts her arm around and starts sobbing and says "you smell like daddy.
you are not going to leave me, are you?" lana: he says the hollywood deathbed moment never happen. sean: today, the new hampshire health department will hold a forum in dover to discuss a possible medical marijuana dispensary. the nonprofit temescal wellness was selected by the department to serve patients in strafford, rockingham, and belknap counties. today' s forum will allow residents to give input on the facility, safety, and other concerns. it' s from 7:00 to 9:30 tonight at the mcconnell center in dover. we want to get to some new details about a franklin father threatening to harm not only his 1 --month-old baby girl, but please, too. he faces a total of 14 charges and will face a judge tomorrow. ray brewer is live and franklin with that story. ray: the baby' thomas campbell allegedly assaulted, was here in court today, but didn' t want to say anything. one of the thing he is accused
terrorize the mother by telling her he was right to throw the one-month-old baby girl in the trash. appearing by video and franklin circuit court, he listened and occasionally shook his head as the judge read the complaint and then spoke. ray: a request the judge agreed to, bringing proceedings to a close. court documents give a look at what police believe happen. around a: 30 friday morning, please were called to franklin. a to the affidavit, he had locked himself in his home with this one-month-old daughter and was threatening to hurt her. >> once we learned that there was in fact a hostage and a baby being a hostage, we wanted to ensure the safety of the child and anybody else in the residence. ray: after an hour of negotiations, police were able to arrest him and taken into
the neck, and after his arrest, he allegedly told one officer that he was going to kill him and he would not be going home to his family. the affidavit says the baby' s mother told police carol had been dragging heavily. police are not sure what set him off. >> we' re trying to figure out what precipitated the incident. ray: he will remain in jail overnight until tomorrow morning' s arraignment, scheduled at 10:00. that is when the public defender will be present. reporting live, ray brewer, wmur news 9. sean: 100 people gathered in rochester to remember eve tarmey. the 17-year-old was found dead earlier this month in a rochester motel room where she had been staying with her mother and her mother' s boyfriend. her death is being investigated as a possible drug overdose. police are still waiting for toxicology results to determine her exact cause of death. a report focused on bella bond and the state agencies who knew about her home life is due this wednesday. bella'
island in massachusetts. for months, she was known only as baby doe. the review will show just how much state agencies were involved with the girl' s family. her mother and her mother' s boyfriend have been charged in her death. a massachusetts woman is lucky to be alive after a gas explosion in her home. the blast caused this taunton home to collapse and shook nearby homes. fire officials believe the explosion was gas-related, but the cause remains under investigation. the homeowner was taken to the hospital to be checked out. coming up, a whale watching boat sinks off the coast of canada. with weather ruled out, the search for a cause continues. plus, heavy rains and flooding. see what the gulf coast is dealing with in the aftermath of hurricane patricia. kevin: cooler today with the sunshine, and enjoying the sunshine the next couple days ahead of the system. sean: and in today' s "cook' s corner," there are many ways to make a burger. we' ll show you one that
others were rescued when the boat went down off vancouver island in western canada yesterday. re not sure what caused it to sink. flood alerts in effect for millions of americans today, as what' s left of hurricane patricia keeps pounding the southern u.s. with heavy rain. some communities have been s elizabeth hur is in new orleans with a closer look. across louisiana overnight. more than eight inches falling, with winds reaching 80 miles an hour. tornado touching down and injuring an elderly woman. in texas, wins a so strong they around. 2 reported tornadoes around destruction. >> i look out the window and all trash. elizabeth: the lone star state
were trapped in a flooded truck. in houston, this man stuck in-high water, swimming to find a submerged vehicle. >> i stood there and watched my car slowly disappear. elizabeth: in san antonio, rescuers rushed to say a man swept more than a mile through the storm drain. along the walls in there. >> amazing story. wild right for him. elizabeth: this freight train weekend. all of this from the remnants of patricia, the strongest hurricane on record in the eastern pacific, with winds truck over. we are now learning there was one weather-related fatality here in louisiana. according to local officials, man was killed when he lost control of his car during the storm. elizabeth hur, abc news, new orleans. sean: a day in court for the woman accused of driving her car into the crowd at an oklahoma
25-year-old adacia chambers is charged with 4 counts of second degree murder and driving under the influence. four people died, including a 2-year-old child. saturday' lawyer does not think she had been drinking before the from mental illness. wedding bells have rung for a same-sex couple who were denied clerk kim davis. karen roberts and april miller tried to get a marriage license back in july. after davis refused to grant it, they partnered with the aclu to push for equal implementation of the law. their case was one of the cases that led to davis doing jail time. kind of a cool start, but beautiful fall day. kevin: most certainly, in shaping up to be nice again tomorrow. the one system we have all week long arrives on wednesday. sean: up next, there' s nothing better than a burger when you' re hungry. we' ll show you how to whip up a tasty onion burger in "cook' s corner."
>> now, meteorologist kevin skarupa with you are storm watch nine forecast. kevin: temperatures have been running very close to the october averages. at the same time, we have been awfully dry and could use a drink of water across the area, and the looks like that happens around midweek. either side of it, nice weather for us. sunshine across the area after a chillier start than what we had the morning before. we are back into the 40' s, lower range of the 50' s this afternoon. a few extra clouds in the north country. calling a partly sunny there -- a lot of blue sky and a fairly light breeze out of the northwest, around five to 10 miles an hour near area lakes at the present time. very couple conditions continued. you can see the extra clouds in the north country, banged up against the mountains for the
otherwise, i think this trend holds through the day tomorrow before the next system around the arrives. this has been producing flooding rainfall for texas and the gulf presented doing to produce even chance of stronger thunderstorms through the gulf coast. by the time against her it will be moving a lot quicker. it provides the chance of heavy rain, just it will last as long. we' re looking at one to two inches of rainfall wednesday afternoon, wednesday night, early thursday. temperatures are in the lower range of the 40' s up north. we will and jump maybe three or locations. this time of year, sun angle a started at the sunset a little bit earlier in the day, just a lot less daylight for temperatures to warm up. temperatures are running five to 10 degrees cooler than we were mid to upper 40' s and southern areas. after a chilly night,
s with clear skies and light winds. tomorrow, we do it over again. s tomorrow afternoon. had it is afternoon. shower activity likely holds off wednesday. any time from around 7:00 a.m., we will see the rainfall pull in, and anywhere after 2:00 in the afternoon, pockets of heavier rainfall will be out there. as we get into the evening commute on wednesday, that is a soggy one. as you notice again, the it moving to the northeast rather quickly thursday morning. so much so that we may get a mild the day thursday afternoon with any sort of bricks of sunshine in the cooler air and eventually wins out on friday and getting towards the weekend.
a few notches warmer tomorrow, and then the clouds and rainfall pushing on wednesday. letting up is if you showers on thursday and then a breeze let' s up on friday afternoon and two friday night. lots of sunshine for hollering, and her forget, we set the clocks back. daylight savings night ends saturday to sunday. sean: the time of year you want to get some comfort food, maybe a burger. we are joined by taylor from how' s your onion. thanks for coming in. taylor: thanks for having me to we will be preparing the house or onion burger. sean: the markey berger. taylor: we start with the seasoning and adjust the garlic powder, little paprika, salt. different is that it is actually
we bread with our seasoned flour. sean: this is the mysterious process of how you make an onion ring. taylor first we did it in an egg wash to help things attached to it. it has a bit of our seasoning. back to the egg wash to make it sticky again. back to the flour one last time. sean: rinse, watch, and repeat. taylor: a little bit. when it is all nice and coated, each burger gets its own onion ring. sean: very nice. taylor: to finish up the burger, we add 2 slices of the project she' s -- of pepper jack cheese, and melted right onto the burger. sean: thus adding a little more flavor. ray: nice a taylor: nice and gooey.
sean: that is good to know. put the mayonnaise. burger. taylor: it is a lot going on. it gets a big piece of fresh romaine lettuce. located? taylor: we are located about half a mile off exit four on the left. west broadway. hours. taylor: we do have crazy hours. thursday through saturday, we are open 24 hours. the rest of the days, we are open until 2:00. 5:00 to 2:00. food, this is the place to go. long. reckless, lunch, dinner -- breakfast and lunch, dinner. one of the only places around
sean: you on facebook, too, for deals and specials on that type of thing. taylor: absolutely. this gets put on -- sean: there is the house burger. taylor: onion ring right on top. sean: there is the finished how' s your onion burger. thank you very much. jeb bush was a very strong governor, probably the strongest governor in the history of the state of florida. he was a young guy and i think there were some folks in the legislature that thought they might be able to run over him. that didn't happen. one tax cut wasn't enough- he had to do more. it wasn't enough to have
with school choice in florida, he wanted to have 100,000 kids. if he didn't like a project, it was going to be vetoed. it didn't matter if you were a republican. it didn't matter if you were his best friend. he said: 'this is where we're going, this is how we're going to reform state government...' every politician comes in talking about making change, and generally there's not much change. but governor bush made a lot of changes. he got the nickname veto corleone. if he saw something in the budget that he thought violated his conservative principles, you could guarantee it was gonna get whacked. he vetoed a bunch of my stuff and i was the senate president. the message to washington, d.c., is 'get ready...' because there will be change. nright to rise usa is responsible
sean: breaking out of manchester right now. police have taped off an area in the center of the city at laurel and the lincoln streets, where they are investigating shots fired. it is an active seen at this hour. we are the gunshot victim did show up at the hospital a short time later. we will bring you more information as soon as we learn it and keep you updated on wmur.com. halloween is less than a week away and we have posted a list of trick-or-treat times on our website. some communities will be giving out candy the day before halloween. you can check out the trick or treat dates and times by heading to wmur.com. looking pretty good so far right now. kevin: all systems go to the
system around midweek pulls away pretty well. it will be cool but you expect that in the evenings. brees is just starting to die down. wednesday, the light winds in 40' s on saturday. sean: it feels like fall when the sun goes down. starting at 5:00, president obama wants to limit the amount of time that american students spend taking tests. the details of his plan. and another airline is adding a no frills option, for travelers who consider price their top priority. we will have details on that. that does it for us. have a great afternoon. do you think when you are president you'll be paid as much as if you were a man-male... this is one of the jobs where they have to pay you the same.
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