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adam: now at noon, this afternoon saint paul' s graduate owen labrie will learn his sentence for sexually assaulting a fellow student. what we can expect at today' s hearing. plus, a new house speaker. paul ryan has just been sworn in. kevin: a warm afternoon. we' ll talk about the last of the rain chances and the big change coming for the weekend ahead. adam: a battle in boulder. the highs and lows of last night' s third gop debate. [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. now, wmur news 9 at noon. adam: off the top this noon, a former saint paul' s student is set to be sentenced in a little over an hour. the fate of 20-year-old owen labrie now lies with a judge after he was convicted of sexually assaulting a classmate.
m adam sexton minutes ago, the state released it gets -- its sentencing request. while his attorney and his family fights to keep him from having to register as a sex offender. wmur' s ray brewer is live outside the court. ray: owen labrie is looking at the possibility of spending years in prison, and the sexual assaults he has convicted of as part of the game. part of the game includes a papier-ma che slayer mask. the prosecution says i cannot recommend releasing labrie to the community without him participating in a program. facebook messages include disparaging remarks he made about women. the state say in addition, he had previously been involved with his victims sister. the prosecution adding that he
during the judge essentially said that he made a mistake as a high school senior and should not have to pay for that for the rest of his life. because of the conviction company faces the possibility of having to register as a sex offender. the sentencing hearing is scheduled to get underway at 1:30 this afternoon. the court has allotted two and a half hours for the hearing. reporting live in concord, ray brewer, wmur news 9. adam: thank you, rain. as soon as the sentence is handed down, we will bring it to you on the air and online at wmur.com. followed by live team coverage at 5:00 from what happened inside and out of the courtroom. blue skies for much of the state. this grass shows those -- this g raphs
kevin: it looks like we get rid of the wind in time for the trick-or-treaters tomorrow night during watching through the afternoon and evening, we have the coastal flood warning through the coast line, through 3:00 this afternoon, high tide coming in after 1:00. splash over for the rest of us. we are looking at the cold front back to the west, was have yet to get here. nothing that comes through will last anything more than 30 minutes to 45 minutes, but it could be a brief downpour. 60' s to lower 70' s out there. this time of year, that will not last. we will have the details on your weekend forecast coming up in your weekend forecast. adam: kevin, thank you. washington at this hour -- a standing ovation as wisconsin was just elected as he received 236 votes. abc' s kenneth moton reports from washington. kenneth: paul ryan elected speaker of the house. speaker ryan: when they told me
and all the planets had fallen in line. we should all feel that way. kenneth: this morning, the family of the wisconsin lawmaker sat in the gallery, and former republican presidential candidate mitt romney, watching as his 2012 running mate became second in line to the presidency. outgoing speaker john boehner, a box of tissues in hand, delivered his last speech on the house floor as speaker, listing accomplishments. speaker weiner: if you just do the right things for the right reasons, good things will happen, and this, too -- speaker boehner: if you just do the right things for the right reasons, good things will happen, and this, too, can happen to you. kenneth: boehner' s departure comes after a tumultuous four years leading the house. he battled with tea partiers and even his final two year $80 billion budget deal with president obama this week has come under fire. speaker boehner: i leave with no regrets. kenneth: the new man in charge
s time to avoid last minute crises in heard more work will be done in committees. speaker ryan: we are wiping the slate clean. kenneth: 45-year-old ryan is the youngest speaker in 170 years. deadlines are coming up for appropriation bills, so he will hit the ground running. and former speaker john boehner will leave his ohio congressional seat saturday. kenneth moton, abc news washington. adam: new this noon, merrimack police are investigating a report of animal cruelty. this after they say a cat was shot several times with a pellet or b.b. gun in the area of waterville drive. the cat was taken to the local veterinarian with a pellet lodged in its leg and chest area. the cat had to be euthanized due to the severity of the injuries. guilty to a charge of endangering the welfare of a child. police say they were called to candice griffith' s home last month for a report of a disturbance. the children' s father told officers that griffith threw one of the kids in the bathtub, with their clothes on, and tried to push the child under the water. griffith has been ordered to have no contact with any of her four children. two men under arrest for allegedly trying to enter several vehicles at the salem
walmart. as police arrested 25-year-old jeremy garcia, they also found him in possession of marijuana, heroin, and xanax. police say he and 20-year-old dominic carrier gave conflicting reports as to why they were in the parking lot. carrier was taken into custody on outstanding warrants. tonight in a news special report, it has been five years since bobbie miller was found shot to death in her gilford home. her family is hoping this billboard offering a $53,000 reward will help find her killer. it has been a hard 5 years for them dealing with her unsolved murder. for the first time, we are hearing from miller' s mother, who says she hopes to some day to see justice for her daughter. madeleine blake: it' s almost like the end of the world for me. they killed the rest of my life. whoever did this did it to the whole family. it ended my life. it did. adam: we take you inside the
bobbie miller murder mystery and find out why it' s not being called a cold case. on news 9 tonight at 11:00. coming up next at noon, a heated debate as the gop candidates hit the stage for the third time. why some aren' t that happy this noon. kevin: warmer temperatures out there, but as you can see back to our west, as cooler weather awaits, we await best air mass for the weekend ahead. adam: plus, need tips to get your kids from reaching from those unhealthy snacks?
adam: the third time was not necessarily the charm for some candidates at last night' s gop debate. it was a chaotic stage in boulder, colorado as the top candidates faced off. the focus of the debate was supposed to be strictly on the economy, but it turned into much more. abc' s bazi kanani has details on the political clashes that have people talking this noon. mr. huckabee: folks, we have got to wake up. bazi: right from the start, the frontrunners, donald trump and ben carson, come under attack. mr. k-6: we are on the verge of her having -- mr. kasich: we
are on the verge of having someone who does not know how to do this job. bazi: then, a classic trump counter punch against ohio governor john kasich. mr. trump: his poll numbers tanked. that is why he is on the end. and he got nasty. he got nasty. so, you know what? you can have him. bazi: the real estate mogul further blasting kasich for his ties to failed wall street firm lehman brothers. and another sparring match as jeb bush goes after first-year senator marco rubio for missing senate votes to campaign. mr. bush: hey, marco, when you signed up for this, this is a six-year term. you should be showing up to term. sen. rubio: someone has convinced you that attacking me is going to help you. bazi: rubio defended his voting record with a comparison to john mccain and others who missed votes during presidential campaigns. new jersey governor chris christie drew applause for his slam on a question about regulating betting for fantasy football. mr. christie: wait a second, we have $19 trillion in debt, people out of work, we have isis and al qaeda attacking us, and we' re really talking about fantasy football? can we stop? [cheers and applause] bazi: as the candidates battled plans, they found agreement on one thing, ted cruz vents their
shared frustration with the moderators. sen. cruz: this is not a cage match. how about talking about the substantive issue people care about? bazi: republican leaders are taking aim at those who are accused of stirring up the fighting matches on asian not focused on policy. bazi kanani, abc news, washington. adam: although democrat hillary clinton wasn' t on stage last night, her name certainly came up during the debate. she spent the night here in the granite state and tweeted this her that she was brushing off all those comments. she continues her visit today with a college forum in berlin. and republican jeb bush will hold a town hall in new london. "new hampshire primary source," wmur political reporter john distaso looks ahead at which granite state in the coming plus, the desk used 103 years ago to pen the legislation s to a new home. s column in
website, wmur.com. and very much like the political system, our weather up and down today. kevin: yes, and we are trending upward quite a bit as far as our temperature is concerned today, but you have to think that sum of your it is not going to last. adam: up next, we have some helpful and yummy tips that will have your child thinking twice about dipping their hand in the cookie jar and grabbing those unhealthy snacks. now to our u-local hot shot. it is national cat day. these cats are certainly saying meow. you can submit your pictures and video, and join the thousands of u-local members, by logging onto
>> now, meteorologist kevin forecast. kevin: a super silver of an evening in overnight stretch, and now we have the sunshine out there, and mergers that started this time of year just continue to jump from there. a lot of folks getting the lower half of the 70' s is afternoon and some 60' s up north. that was after a quick one inch to two inches of rain, some spots nearly three inches of
rain. we are not completely done yet. we have another line of thundershowers poised to move in. claremont, monadnock region with fluffy, fairweather clouds at this point. the breeze helping, but i do same time, we will continue to see that front approach this afternoon, and it will make for more changeable conditions. we added sunshine, and now it looks like we will add more clouds and a couple of thunderstorms into the afternoon. these will be quick-hitting downpours, maybe drop another half-inch of rain, and then move on. you can see in others -- you can see another popping up out of it. back to the west, cooler air cured all we have to do is get behind that front to draw temperatures back to me 30' s, lower range of the 40' s overnight tonight. a couple of pop-up showers of ahead of the actual front itself, which is moving through eastern new york right now and will eventually be crossing the
the opportunity for the next couple of hours to continue to warm up from the levels that are out there now. 73 if the record high in portsmouth for the is date. the breeze the southwest for the time being. notice the difference in temperatures compared to where we were yesterday. we were running 15 degrees to 25 degrees above where we were yesterday at lunchtime. we will feels numbers be the symbol behind them. back to the west is the cooler reality that comes in starting tomorrow and less likely with the air mass over the weekend. there is the chance of better showers -- there is a chance of thundershowers. clearing quickly behind it, except for the north country, which may run the risk of a shower tomorrow morning. northwesterly breeze tomorrow, so i' ve going back between the mid-40' s to -- so highs going back between the mid-40' s to mid 50' s. it looks like we will enjoy the sunshine after colder star on
we get back into the upper 40' s to mid 50' s, and that is where we will likely be for the trick-or-treaters as temperatures kind of ebb back to the 40' s on saturday evening. a lot of clouds try to streamline their way in. that may be the saving grace to keep temperatures up by a few degrees. we will run the risk of a passing shower. that is about it. not expect into a fax to many outdoor planned for sunday itself if you have those -- not expecting it to affect many outdoor plans for sunday itself if you have those are at times, you will enjoy some usn, other times -- some sun, other times he will have showers, before eventually falling up later tonight, and there is a look for the weekend with temperatures at or below the average. a reminder saturday night -- daylight saving time ending. you want to set the clocks back one hour. adam? adam: thanks, kevin. in today'
s positive parenting, we are talking about healthy snacks for after school. joining us today with some tips is sara oberle from the unh cooperative extension. sara: hi. thank you for having me. adam: it is so easy for kids to read for those chips and cookies. what are some ways to get my kids to choose fruits and vegetables over the chips and cookies? sara: make the healthy choice the easy choice. have the fruits, vegetables, whole wheat crackers front and center. do something as simple as put your fruit in a clear bowl, put it on the countertop, put it on the kitchen table, put it where your kids do homework so when they get home, they see that, that is what they grab. if they' re having things, you want them to have low-fat yogurt or a cheese stick, but that upfront in the refrigerator, push that high process, i sugar, high-fat food in the back, bring the healthy foods, fruits and vegetables of runs, the when they open the refrigerator, it you' re sending with the pantry. push the chips aside and the
good front of -- and the good stuff up front. adam: what are some healthy and easy to prepare after schools snacks, or should we do it with the child? sara: if possible, do it with the child because you create a nice bond. if kids are more likely to cook the food they are eating, they will be more interested in trying it. one of my favorite recipes we did the other day in an afterschool program, little personal pieces where we had to make a whole-wheat tortilla, tons of veggies, bacon in the it was something familiar, but it was really healthy. adam: and if the child is involved in afterschool activities or after school sports, what are gifts next impact to have some energy ? sara: we have refrigerated food and non-refrigerated food. if your child is lucky enough to have access to a referred rater or maybe even an ice pack, you -- to a refrigerator or maybe
adam: 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. but there are so many examples where that doesn't happen. i'm going to do everything i can to make sure every woman in every job gets paid the same... ...as the men who are doing that job. r i'm hillary clinton p
adam: nasa astronaut scott kelly made history today breaking the record for the u.s. astronaut. kelly has spent 216 days in orbit. the previous record was 215 days and was set in 2007 by a spanish-american astronaut. kelly has been living on the international space station since march and will return back to earth in march 2016. shot at that point. halloween came a little early for patients at boston' s children' s hospital. players from the boston bruins delivered goodie bags to children dressed up as characters from disney' s "despicable me."
torey krug, and zdeno chara. this is an annual tradition for the team. those are definitely the biggest minions in new england at this point. a really good thing they are doing. we have posted a link of trick or treat times at her website here you can check out the dates and times by heading out to wmur.com. kevin: tulsa good a to-based threats where everything looks really good. we are going to have a breeze -- stretch where everything looks really good. we have a breeze. temperatures will not fall to that saturday evening. both days drive with their skies and a seasonable chilly atmosphere, which is what you getting back. adam: not bad. any costumes in your forecast here? kevin: probably a pirate. why not? i have got to follow the kid,
adam: i have got a dinosaur and audrey hepburn. she is 17 months old. kevin: old soul. adam: thanks, kevin. starting tonight at 5:00, a holiday hiring. how do retailers figure out what customers will need when the big shopping season rolls around? and we will have team coverage this afternoon of the owen labrie sentence. stay with us on air and online for full coverage, as soon as the sentence is handed down. that does it for us.