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erin: now on daybreak, laconia police are looking for a man they say made a threat causing a standoff yesterday afternoon. they don' t know what his name is. a family and hanover can' t drink their well water this morning and officials say a chemical from a former animal burial ground at the dartmouth medical school may be to blame. kevin: as the rain and wind approaches, we are expecting the heaviest of it later today. we will have the timeline ahead. erin: republicans are getting ready for tonight' s presidential debate and the candidates are prepping in a variety of ways as a new national poll shows a bit of a shift at the top.
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now, wmur news 9 daybreak. erin: good morning, new hampshire. if you are headed out to the roads anytime soon, you may find some patchy fog out there. kevin skarupa joins us with a look at our forecast. kevin: a building overcast sky eventually setting up the rain and the wind that builds from this afternoon into the evening. for now, temperatures are anywhere in the mid and s and 30' s. don' t let your guard down, the rainfall that moves in for southwest to northeast could be heavy at times by later tonight. even some rumbles of thunder are possible later this evening. temperatures are starting on the upper 40' s to the mid-50' s. expected to be tomorrow.
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s take a look at your wednesday morning ride. we are joined live by 95.7 wzid' s deb davidson/ . good morning. deb: good morning, kevin. 89 northbound looks great from concord to the upper valley area from hanover to lebanon. on 89 southbound, there are no delays from lebanon down throug the bow junctionh. you are moving well through the hooksett tolls. 101, 111, and the spaulding turnpike are all up to speed right now. we are not seeing any delays along 95 out of the seacoast or along the hampton tolls, or up to the maine border. from the wzid traffic network, i' m debbie davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: we start with some breaking news from the town of monroe. crews have spent the last three
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s organic egg farm on buffam road. firefighters were first called to the scene about 2:30 this morning and found heavy fire in one of the barns. it is not clear if any people or is under control. this is video from 2011 when another fire destroyed a the same farm. for you. a search is underway in the lakes region for a man accused of causing a standoff in laconia. police surrounded a home, but later discovered the man was not there. ray brewer is live in laconia. i understand the police confiscated several items already. ray: that' s right, erin. among those items, a double-barreled shotgun along with bags of ammunition. yesterday afternoon, officers swarmed the downtown neighborhood after a man
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with a gun. police surrounded the home and removed a young woman from the building, but later discovered the man was no longer there and likely got out before police arrived. it still made for a tense situation. >> this happened in a very congested part of town. we did set up a very large perimeter to keep people away. >> this individual should be considered armed and dangerous? >> at this point, i would say yes. ray: police don' t know the name of the man they are looking for, partly because the people he was what his full name is. police say they hope to be able later today. they do have an arrest warrant out for the subject -- suspect, but the name on that warrant is reporting live, ray brewer. erin: the republican
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gearing up for round three. the third debate is tonight in colorado and donald trump will once again be at center stage. this time, dr. ben carson will be standing next to him. abc' s bazi kanani tells us what to expect. numbers up, please? bazi: a humble donald trump acknowledging ben carson' s rise to first place in iowa and in one new poll in a virtual tie with trump nationally. >> i mean i am second. it is not terrible. but i don' t like being second. it is terrible to me. bazi: ahead of tonight' s debate, carson is not taking the numbers for granted. >> i do realize that it is a marathon. we are still more than a year away from the election.
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expected to hit hard at each battling to be seen as the alternative to the outsiders. ge marco rubio a gop obama. rubio suggesting bush is part of the past. >> we need to elevate a new generation of leadership. bazi: the candidates tweeting pictures of their debate prep. may. i' m done with the being polite and listening to this nonsense. bazi: there are 15 republicans still in the race, but only the top 10 will be part of the main debate, which will have a significant focus on economic issues. bazi kanani, abc news, washington. erin: in light of the heroin epidemic facing new hampshire, governor maggie hassan is considering emergency rules
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many consider opioids to be the root cause of the heroin problem. her office has floated a draft proposal within the medical community looking for feedback. suggestions include limiting prescriptions to a five-day supply and reviewing outdated practices. >> the guidelines in the board of medicine rules right now say that the chance of a patient becoming addicted to an opioid is low. we know that that isn' t true. we also know from looking at other states that there are best practices we should be implementing. >> all of this needs to be done with public hearings and to do it appropriately in a process that make sure we have not impacted the ability of doctors to practice medicine. erin: if emergency rules are implemented, there would not be a normal public input period. the rules would stand for six
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police in newton are looking for the person they say shot the windshield of a fuel delivery truck while wearing a gorilla mask. police say the driver was near the intersection of easley crossing and south main street when someone wearing a mask in the back seat of an oncoming car fired a bb gun. the windshield did not crack and the driver was not hurt. a massachusetts man is accused of choking a five-year-old girl in exeter. 19-year-old solomon martinez turned himself in and is charged with two counts of second-degree assault. he is related to the girl and choked her while visiting last week. the owners of a home near the dartmouth college medical school have been told to stop jerking the water from their well because chemicals from a former animal burial ground on the campus may have seeped in. last month, a nearby private
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for a solvent that is it possible carcinogen. this is the first time tests have shown it moving off site the college is offering services and assistance to the affected family and the school has been proactive with testing and monitoring. still ahead, a community rallying together. >> there is a lot of people coming out to support it and it is really cool to see. erin: local groups are stepping up to the plate to help a little league team targeted by vandals. computers are integral part of life these days. one organization is making sure everyone has access without breaking the bank. ahead at 6:30, and attempted purse snatching in manchester, on camera and the would be the
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kevin: wednesday morning, october 28. another chilly start to the day. we go from the upper ranges of the teens to the 30' s. eventually some rain this afternoon. some of the rain heavy tonight. erin: thank you. support is rolling in for a local little league team after their clubhouse and concession stand were both vandalized over the weekend. last night, the community helps the bedford little league cleanup from $5,000 worth of damage. the manchester monarchs, new hampshire fisher cats, primary bank, elliot hospital and cmc combined to donate about $3500. bedford'
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>> i' m sure anywhere in new hampshire would step up and do something like this. with a lot of great people who support their local towns and local little leagues. erin: the vandals have not been caught and primary bank is still accepting donations and there will be a spaghetti fundraiser on monday. a local nonprofit that helps families in need is getting a hampshire university. the school donated more than 150 pieces of computer equipment to computer technology assistance corp. s. they refurbished computers and provide them to low income families across the state. it is a wonderful program. coming up, the winter heating season is already arrived for some people, but if you use firewood to stay warm, it is
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erin: police in colorado say a woman disappeared well apparently sleepwalking. 19-year-old taylor gammel wandered away from home, got on a bus, and went to her uncle' s home nine miles away all while asleep. her uncle finally called police to say she was safe, but officers are still investigating. the largest drugstore chain in the u.s. is getting a whole lot bigger. walgreens is buying right aid -- rite aid. the deal combines two of the three largest drugstore chains in the country. walgreens says rite aid stores
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the deal will close in the second half of next year. the cost of heating your home with firewood is going up. more hardwood is being sold to build hydro fracking sites in pennsylvania. the increased demand is driving up prices in parts of new england, meaning you can expect to pay an average of $325 per cord. just in time for halloween, an incredible discovery in boston. crews working on the mbta project that government center found these old costumes rolled up beneath the blue line platforms. they were found in a small, hollow section of concrete that was poured more than 60 years ago. it is not clear exactly where these costumes came from. kevin: i think i probably would have been a little creeped out.
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found right around halloween. kevin: i don' t think we have heard the end of that. [laughter] kevin: we start off with clouds thickening up. some showers around this afternoon turning into more organized rainfall late in the day and into this evening. rainfall will be heaviest later tonight and the could be rumbles of thunder to wake you up before the totals by early tomorrow morning and the showers of 1 to 2-plus inches. temperatures tomorrow going in the 60' s at a bare minimum. there will be a lot of areas in the lower half of the 70' s. the cooler air arrives tomorrow night and then we start to fall off again by the time we get to friday and the weekend. you will notice a few breaks out there. the sun may be dimly visible for a time early this morning. we are looking at the clouds to
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rainfall to push in from the west. the rainfall will be heaviest this afternoon and this evening. we will get into these pockets of rain with these heavier down doors and a couple of rumbles of thunder to go with it. we get beyond lunchtime and all bets off for south western parts of the state. temperatures either side of 20 in the north. we will warm sufficiently enough by the time the rainfall arrives that it will be in liquid form this afternoon. the air mass that comes in after the rainfall pulls through his right here, but then you will see the cold front back to the west coming thereafter. we stopped here at 1:00 and, i suspect by this point there will likely be some showers in the southwestern parts of the state starting to make their way in. this is likely an hour or two behind what reality will be.
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any sort of slow going out there on the roads for travel will likely be confined after the evening commute and through the overnight hours tonight. this is where we start the day tomorrow. the front comes through late in the day with a chance of a shower. once that goes by, it does look like we start to cool off by tomorrow evening and eventually fair skies by friday. both nights look good for trick-or-treating, friday and saturday night. the brees on friday will start to diminish by the time we get to friday evening. temperatures are close to the average almost all the way through your seven-day forecast. a lot of sunshine for saturday, quite a few clouds on sunday -- the risk of a shower, but nothing to cancel your outdoor plans.
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into sunday, gaining the extra hour of sleep you lose while trick-or-treating. erin: that extra hour of sleep, everyone can use that. we want to check in with our top stories. ray: the search is continuing in laconia for the man allegedly responsible for a standoff. police seized a shotgun and bags full of ammunition from a home on jewett street. a man reported he had been threatened with a gun. police later found out that the man who made the threats was no longer in the house. erin: as the heroin epidemic grows in new hampshire, governor maggie hassan is considering emergency rules for painkillers. suggestions include limiting painkillers to a five-day supply. a family in hanover has been told to stop tricking the water from their well after a tested
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it may have come from a former animal burial ground used by the dartmouth medical school. .
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erin: a chef in vermont is getting ready for a dinner with a unique menu. everything on the menu was donated by local hunters and fishermen, including things like trout, bear, moose, muskrat and beaver. kevin: the menu will also include roadkill. state fish and wildlife officials will provide three animals killed on highways. all proceeds will report -- support the state fish and wildlife and the state -- lake champlain international.
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whales are pretty big, but biologists have released the first ever pictures and videos of omura' s whales living out in the wild. researchers know very little about omura' s whales. they do not even know how many there are. kevin: omura' s whales were only identified as a distinct species back in 2003. erin: i love how we keep on finding these new species. kevin: they are down deep, i guess. erin: coming up, find out how much food was collected during campaign. the world series is underway, but the mets and royals needed
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like we do. now, wmur news 9 daybreak. erin: good morning. look at the beautiful color we are seeing from that camera shot. 34 degrees out there on this wednesday, october 28. we will take a look at the forecast for today right after our top stories. we are following breaking news out of the north country for you today. crews are on the scene of a fire at an organic egg farm in monroe. there is no word yet on whether any people or animals were hurt. police in the lakes region are searching for the man they say prompted an hours long standoff in laconia yesterday after allegedly threatening a man with
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a winchester man is due in court after authorities say he held jones road. we saw some dense fog. is that still out there this morning? kevin: in a few places. that red sky usually infers sailors taking warning. most of the time, that phrase usually works. look out to our west is the rainfall will be pushing and late this morning in southwestern areas and this afternoon for the rest of us. the heaviest will be focused late this afternoon and this evening. showers around this afternoon. . ' s of rain late in the day, a couple of rumbles of thunder tonight. -- periods of rain late in the day, a couple of rumbles of thunder tonight. erin: we want to get a check on the commute. kevin: we'
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good morning. deb: good morning. crews are on the scene of a crash in the median on the everett turnpike southbound south of exit one. they are trying to get the car is there, but we are seeing delays beginning before exit 3. if you are commuting in nashua, give yourself an extra couple minutes. we are also seeing some delays on293 as you are making her way -- we are also seeing some delays on 293 as you are making your way through the mill yard. this report is being brought to you by peter honda, nissan, and kia. i' m debt davidson for 95.7 wzid -- deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: firefighters are on the scene of a fire at an egg farm on buffam road. the fire broke out at pete and gerry'
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crews found heavy fire in one of the barnes when they arrived. the fire is now under control. there is no word on whether any people or animals were hurt. this is the same farm where a fire destroyed a processing plant in december 2011. the building was under construction at the time. a search is underway for a man police say set off a tense standoff in laconia yesterday afternoon. while police have yet to make an arrest, they did confiscate a shotgun and several banks of ammunition from the apartment where he prompted the standoff. authorities do not know the man' s name. ray brewer joins us live in laconia with the latest. ray: police say that shotgun they confiscated is what had them so concerned. not only did the suspect have that gun, but he also was allegedly threatening to use it. investigators left 20 jewett street with a double-barreled
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the items were taken into evidence following a tent afternoon. -- tense afternoon. >> we attempted to make contact with it -- the individuals. we were informed that one was argued with a long rifle gun. ray: after detaining and removing a young woman from the scene, the belknap special operations group try to determine if the suspect was still inside. after getting no results, officers went inside and determine the suspect was gone, most likely making his escape before officers arrived on the scene. the threat of the shotgun kept police and bystanders at a distance. >> this happened in a very congested part of town. we did set up a very large parameter to keep you will and traffic away while the investigation was ongoing. >> should this individual be considered armed and dangerous? >> at this point, i would say yes. >> i was terrified for the
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it was really close. ray: police say the people the suspect was in the home with don' t know the suspect' s full name. police are hoping to be able to release more information later today. reporting live, ray brewer. erin: police in winchester also dealt with a standoff yesterday. this morning, that suspect is due in court. officers were called to a home on jones road for the report of a gunshot. it was fired during a disagreement between neighbors that led to 35-year-old joseph legere barricading himself inside his house for about four hours. he eventually surrendered and was taken into custody without incident. he will be arraigned on charges of reckless conduct with a deadly weapon and criminal threatening. a new jail program is moving forward that is already getting results for heroin addiction in
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the county delegation met yesterday to discuss a new community corrections center modeled after one in sullivan county that helps provide intensive addiction treating for offenders. it would have 30 treatment beds and 34 work release beds aimed at making sure people do not relapse and reoffend. >> the concept is that there is a punitive component, but there is also a focus on reeducation and job skills and moving the person or transitioning them back into the community. erin: the new community corrections center would cost about $7 million. a lawyer representing one of the defendants in a 1988 double murder is hoping to get his client' s bail reduced. anthony barnaby and a codefendant, david kaplan, are charged with the murders of brenda warner and charlene ranstrom. barnaby was tried three times resulting in three hung juries.
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manchester police are trying to track down two men they say try to steal a young woman' s purse. she was walking near the rite aid on elm street when a man quickly approached her from behind. she tried to cross the street, but a second man jumped in front of her. they try to grab her purse which was draped around her neck. she managed to fight back and off. anyone with any information is urged to contact the manchester police department. hillary clinton is returning to the granite state today. she will speak at an event this afternoon. she will also attend the carroll county democratic committee' s grover cleveland dinner in bartlett tonight. former secretary of state madeleine albright will be in new hampshire next week campaigning on behalf of clinton. the republican presidential
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another debate tonight. the gop contenders will take to the stage for a third time. nikole killion is in washington with a preview. >> this is the first time the gop hopefuls are debating scott walker got out of the race area tonight could be make or break for the rest of the field. comeback after falling to ben carson in a few polls. jeb bush is expected to come out swinging with his campaign reportedly on the ropes. the top candidates will be featured in prime time, preceded by an undercard debate. >> this one is going to be focused on the economy and how we can get back on the right financial track. it is going to be another interesting one where you see candidates compare and contrast with each other and the democrats. >> taxes and job growth are among the hot topics.
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ipal of concord high school is stepping down at the end of this year. gene conley is battling als and was diagnosed last year. he has been using an ipad program is big for him at school this year. coming up on daybreak, the effects of america' s high incarceration rate. a new report shows that a surprising number of kids as a parent in prison or jail. it was a long night for the kansas city royals and the new york mets. game one of the world series went to 14 innings. kevin: rainfall continuing to edge in. it will have some land.
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th littleton early this morning. 23 degrees. clouds will increase in thicken -- and thicken. rain on the doorstep for this afternoon and this evening. the wind will be picking up this afternoon and will be gusting
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erin: it is now 6:42. wisconsin congressman paul ryan is expected to be formally nominated for speaker of the house today. he is facing congressman daniel webster in today' s election and is expected to win. a source close to south carolina congressman trey gowdy said he will be the one to nominate ryan. the full house will approve his nomination tomorrow. prince harry is paying a visit to washington dc today. he will join michelle obama and joe biden for a two or of -- jill biden for a tour to meet wounded veterans. president obama will then welcome prince harry in the oval office. his last visit was back in 2013. police are searching for the suspects behind a brazen robbery. officers say two men went to a coin and jewelry shop, taste a
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the suspects took off with an undisclosed amount of coins. they are trying to determine if this robbery has a connection with a smash and grab at the same business seven months ago. at that time, the thieves made off with more than a quarter of a million dollars in valuables. in oregon, and explosion inside a world war ii era tank left two people dead yesterday. the tank was located at a public firing range. authorities are not yet sure what caused that explosion. a new study says more than 5 million children here in the u.s. have at least one parent behind bars. that means that one in 14 children has a parent in jail or prison. a study by an organization set the rate is higher for poor children and african-american children. one in nine black kids of a parent behind bars. poor kids are three times is
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turning to sports, game one of hard-fought battle. the royals and mats went 14 innings last night. in the bottom of the first, escobar hit a homer to give the royals a 1-0 lead. this was the first inside-the-park home run leading off a world he reads games it' s 1903. five hours later, he scored the winning run on a sacrifice fly. the royals took game won by a final score 5-4. game two is tonight in kansas city. during game one, there was a seven-minute delay due to a problem with fox. the network lost coverage over what it says was an electronics phil your of the primary and backup generators in the production compound. it looks like taco bell will be buying breakfast for everyone after last night' s game. the chain said they would give everyone a free a.m. crunch wrap
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there were two steals in game one. you can redeem the breakfast this coming monday. if any bases are stolen in the next games, you can redeem it on november 10. the boston bruins hosted the arizona coyotes last night. less than 2.5 minutes into the game, david krejci talked the the post. he scored later, as well. goal of the season. the bruins easily won this game 6-0. it is off to the conference championships for the unh cross-country teams on saturday. the meat is being held at stony the women'
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the men have four sophomores and two freshmen running this year. the world cup champion u.s. women' s soccer team had a day at the white house yesterday. after the trip, star player abby wombach announced her retirement. she is the all-time leading scorer in international soccer for women and men. it may still be fall, but it is looking a lot more like winter in parts of colorado. there is so much know that a section of one highway was shut danger. multiple accidents were reported and chain requirements are in place for some stretches of the road because the conditions are so slick out that way. this kind of scene is a ways off for us, right? please promise? kevin: four years ago, two days before halloween. last year, thanksgiving. you kind of get into early point --
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kevin: i don' t see anything on the maps hinting at that. tomorrow, we will likely be above 70. temperatures are still chilly. we are anywhere from the upper teens to the lower 30' s and southern areas. a little bit of patchy fog to be had. you can see that from upper elevations. you are also noticing that very pretty sky, that red sky in the morning, sailors take warning -- you will notice that rainfall is on the doorstep down to our south and west. filtered sunshine giving way to thicker cloud cover. by lunchtime in southwestern parts of the state and thereafter anywhere away from the monadnock region looking like a likely possibility. the heaviest of this rainfall looks to be later tonight. the wind will start picking up today out of the east and southeast. that will be around tonight gusting at 25-30 miles per hour.
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the higher terrain or at the coast. the rainfall is continuing to slowly make its way northeast. a relatively clear sky during the evening and now we are in the 20' s and 30' s early this morning. the light wind will start to pick up out of the east and southeast. we will go 10-20 miles per hour in the afternoon and evening. there is the potential with the heavier rainfall as it comes in, you can see it starting to move in during the evening commute, that the rain may have some rumbles of thunder with it. the most organized rainfall starts to settle down by about 8:00 or 9:00 tomorrow morning. there will be a front coming afternoon. the rainfall moves through tomorrow morning. s and lower range of the s. the cooler breeze wins out and that signals the next air mass
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temperatures today starting off in the 20' s and 30' s. we got within a few degrees of 50 this afternoon. high temperatures within the low and mid 50' s this afternoon. as we work our way through the afternoon, the heaviest of the rain is later tonight. 1 to 2-plus inches a possibility during the overnight. from there, the warmest of the days will be tomorrow and then that sense of temperatures plenty -- pretty close to the average and for the trick-or-treating this weekend. yesterday, we talked about the day in the life of a meteorologist, answered questions about the upcoming winter season, what causes are seasons. i'
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anything to get out of this crazy building for a couple of hours. [laughter] erin: i was at salem haven and they have a whole wall dedicated to you there. kevin: they are wonderful while --folks, as well. erin: great people. moving on. with 100% of the pantry' s reporting, the final numbers are in for the new hampshire tackles hunger campaign. 51 of the 57 high school varsity football programs were collections night for not perish -- sites for nonperishable food items. all of it stays with the local pantries and families in those communities. hanofford' s is giving $500 gift cards to figure, plymouth, and fall mountain for collecting the most foods. an artist in ohio is taking pumpkin decorating to a whole a
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jeanette paris paints images of famous people on giant gourds. jon stewart, betty white, jay leno, and prince harry are featured on some this year. she said the pumpkin paintings take several hours to create. she is very talented. it is 6:52. still to come, a final check of
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erin: updating our' s top stories, laconia police are searching for a man who prompted a standoff yesterday. ray: the man allegedly threatened a person with a gun. police confiscating a double-barreled shotgun and bags of ammunition from the apartment in jewett street. there was a tense situation is police cordoned off the situation, but it turned out likely the suspect and fled before police arrived. erin: a fire that broke out at an a farm in monroe overnight is now under control. crews were called to the scene at pete and gerry' s organic egg
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there is no word on whether any people or animals were hurt. a winchester man is due in court this morning after authorities say he helped them if they four hours during a standoff on jones road. joseph legere will be arraigned on charges including reckless conduct with a deadly weapon. a family in hanover has been told to stop tricking their well water after it tested positive for potentially dangerous chemicals. the chemical may have come from a former animal burial ground used by dartmouth medical school. kevin: it is a beautiful start to the day out there. we have that red sky in the morning with the clouds continuing to thicken up and rainfall will be pushing through this afternoon. the heaviest of the rain will be tonight. a couple rumbles of thunder are possible and some heavier downpours. there could be spots with two inches of rain. we cool off for friday and the
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erin: looking good for trick-or-treaters. coming up next, the south carolina sheriff' s deputy who was caught on camera tossing a student to the floor could learn today whether he will be fired. hear what the teen' s lawyer is saying about this incident that everyone is talking about. we will see you back here in about 25 minutes. have a great day. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its
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