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next time. >> a world in mourning after terrorists attack the city of love in the deadliest to hit paris since world war ii. the tightened security measures nationwide and the new details we're learning about the sinister coordinated plan. >> face-off in iowa, the attacks in paris shifting the focus of the second democratic debate. the moment of solidarity that drew silence. sean: how much wind will we see? a look at the weekend forecast is straight ahead. >> no one covers nom like we do,
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now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, new hampshire, it's 6:00 on sunday, november 15th, i'm amy coveno. sean: good morning, i'm sean mcdonald. the top story is the attacks in paris after a wave of terror attacks hit the city of lights. amy: let's go to marci gonzales. >> the fbi is sending a team to paris. barricades and paris officials have identified a 29-year-old who grew up 15 miles from her. >> candles flickering in the foreground as investigators continued their painstaking work at the six scenes of the terror attacks attacks. >> they started shooting without stopping.
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>> they recounted the horror where gunmen shot nearly 90 people to death during a soldout rock concert. and here at the soccer stadium to several bars and restaurants, more than 350 people were injured. at least 129 others killed. among them american student gonzalez, shot and killed at a abroad. >> i feel lost, sod ness ness it was my only daughter. >> isis claiming responsibility for the attacks, they say were carried out by heavily armed vests. one of their family members detained here in france and people making several arrests in belgium. trying to track down everyone with what links to what french president hollande calls an act
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of war. a state of emergency in the eiffel tower and disneyland and popular tourist destinations are closed as this nation continues to mourn. marci gonzales, abc news, back to you. sean: thanks, meantime, colleges and universities in granite state are looking after students studying abroad and preventing a similar event from happening here. u nchlt unh unh has students from -- is accounted for. and employees are on high alert just in case. adding, quote, security protocols have been adjusted as necessary, but will not impact the travelling public and governor maggie hassan's office said state officials and state
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homeland security and fbi and local police departments to exercise extra vigilance in light of the heinous attacks in paris. >> for members of the local french community here in new hampshire, wmur's kristen carosa spoke with some of them. kristen: a group of teachers ended up meeting, but the news of the deadly attack. >> it came at the end of the day. and this is a gathering of speakers, many of them french. >> we were saddened to hear what happened in paris. i'm a french teacher myself as well so it really touched our hearts to see, you know, what's going on in the world right now. >> the franco-american center an organization that promotes the
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french language, culture and heritage was there and he and its members are shocked. >> once again, we have terrorists who take people that are just enjoying their everyday life, and turn them into combatants in a war that seems to have no end. >> that was the first thought of hampshire. >> how something like that could happen, but it does. >> she says hearing from the people that survived the attacks is heartbreaking. >> while they were escaping, they were walking over people who had been shot and i just, i can't fathom something like that that. kristen: people have been pouring on social media to express this. >> people who think about france
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to share with the french people. amy: be sure to stay with wmur throughout the morning for the most up-to-date information on the paris attacks. when we're not on the air. you can depend on wmur.com and the wmur app for the latest on the developing situation, and coming up in our next half hour, a closer look at tightened security measures underway here in new england and how they're affecting sporting events. >> today's forecast a lot better >>. sean: all right, meteorologist josh judge in the middle of a chilly weekend? >> more like you'd expect for november, really, all month. we've got clear skies in most of day. there's a look over manchester and we've got a pretty nice start to the day and a pretty nice day is upcoming, certainly better than yesterday. clear skies out there and look at the temperatures in the 20's and lower 30's at the moment. the wind gusts much, much lighter than they had been yesterday. they'll still be breezy today,
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temperatures a few degrees milder, upper 40's and lower 50's. we'll take a look at the week ahead and our next chance for rain coming up. sean: thanks, state and local police are investigating after a child was injured at a home in alexandra. officials are not release being many details now, but have been on scene since friday. wmur's mike cronin reports. >> investigators were at the home on fowler river road throughout the day on saturday and have been here since friday. the attorney general's office says state police is assisting an investigation into a child. and the major cream unit is here and so are police cars. it's a rural town with a few nearby farms. we spoke to the ag office and they're not receiving how old the child is or what shape they're in. as soon as we get that from the
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share that with you, mike cronin, wmur news 9. amy: police are investigating after a cell phone was discovered in a bathroom at new england college in henniker. investigators are not saying whether the phone was recording or on. they are working to find out how the phone ended up in the bathroom. democratic candidates for president share the stage the second time, for the second time
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a big change in >> well, people around the world are standing together to support france and honor the victims of friday's deadly attacks. new york city is certainly no stranger to terror attacks and the spire of of one world trade center was lit up in the color
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the space needle is plying the french flag and vigles for those killed. >> the democratic presidential debate in iowa last night took on a different tone than originally planned, shifting to security issues instead of the economy. we're joined live now from washington d.c. this morning by political analyst to talk about the debate. what would this affect the election? >> you wouldn't know it, the difference between the democrats and republicans are not that dramatic. it's true on this usual, bernie sanders on the democratic side, rand paul on the public side are more isolationist in nature, but you know, everyone has the same horror of what happened in paris and little that's been said that could make you discern what differences they would do as commander-in-chief. republicans send to be more hawkish and democrats work more
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on diplomacy. you can politically make the argument that people are scared and they might like the rhetoric of, say, a donald trump who talks about a much tougher line, a tough line on immigration, but go for hillary clinton's experience. so we'll hear a lot of rhetoric on this, but i'm not sure we really know the differences between how they would act as commander-in-chief. >> and mark, this debate featured just hillary clinton, bernie sanders and martin o'malley. were sanders or o'malley able to score any points against clinton. >> sanders talked about clinton's favor of the vote for the war in iraq, and they were looking at a vulnerable candidate, but she's skyrocketed in the polls and new hampshire isn't the only place where she hasn't built a double digit lead over bernie sanders.
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looking as strong as she ever has. amy: we appreciate the an i -- analysis. they'll take the candidates next here in the granite state december 19th in manchester. >> that primary will be here before you know it. amy: my gosh. the lengths that one man went to in order to fly by one of the most iconic gifts we've ever received from france. sean: quarter past 6:00 on this sunday morning.
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with your forecast. josh: many places are in the 20's. so if you're headed outdoors early today you'll need to bundle up. a bit nippy out there. the temperatures will get milder through the day and a bit of a better day. out there at the moment. a lot of 20's and 30's. it's not a whole lot different from place to place around the state. one of the cooler spots, nashua at 27. keene at 25 and of course, we can't forget atop mount degrees. here is the wind not like they were yesterday. that's the good news. they will be breezy at times and you may see the occasional gusts and we'll see the gusts in the higher terrain this morning and after sunrise, we'll see these
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so, yeah, it will be breezy today, but, again, nothing like what we saw yesterday. here is a few of those clouds that have rolled through the region overnight, but waking up to mostly clear skies, just a few clouds in the mountains and that's really about it, maybe a stray flurry in some of the mountains this morning as well. otherwise, in pretty good shape. let's take a look at the situation here in northern new hampshire where, again, there's a few-- there's a few snow flurries around out there as well. but for the most part, it's mainly clear. look again at the northeast as you can see, the conditions are clear for the most part and here is-- take a look at the futurecast showing that trend continuing right through the day today. mostly sunny skies, so, another pretty nice day, again, breezy, but not like yesterday, and a few degrees milder. all in all, a much nicer day than yesterday was. not that yesterday was a slouch. the upcoming week, a lot there. and the first half of the week,
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plenty of sunshine, clear skies and pretty nice. temperatures right around seasonable for the upcoming week as well. as you can see the sunshine keeps going for this upcoming week up through about wednesday when our next rain maker may arrive. let's look at the particulars here. your temperatures today, mostly in the mid to upper 40's to the north and west and areas from concord south and east, you're around 50 to 53 or 54 at the mildest and a little less windy as well. for tonight, another chilly one, not as cold as it is out there at this moment. this will be milder and then some very cold nights ahead, the next couple after this. here is a look at tomorrow. 40's to the west and tomorrow, fairly similar to today. even less wind. the next seven days, check it out. we're in a dry spell right through wednesday and the next arrives during the day on thursday, most likely in the afternoon and hanging out through about friday. actually not a bad november
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pattern for this deep into the month. >> we're still running at a deficit in terms of rainfall? >> and above average temperature, too. >> good to be us, i take it. countless people journeyed to the top of the statue of liberty to gaze out at the new york sky line. nearly all of them took the stairs or elevator. >> who needs stairs, that's passe. who needs stairs when you have a jet pack? jeanne moos has the story. >> is it a bird, a plane? it's a man in a jet pack flying around the statue of liberty. >> i had a blast. >> though it was gentle, the founder is the test pilot and yes, he and his chief designer had to get all kinds of approvals to pull this off. >> the f.a.a. asked what is it? what is it? a jet pack? what is it? >> the flight lasted about five
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minutes and the pilot uses hand controls and his body to steer. though he took one hand off the controls for a second. >> i saluted lady liberty on one of the passes and i stopped and turned around and gave her a salute. >> he has been hooked on jet packs since he first saw james bond take off in one in thunderball. for ten years, they've worked together, tyler helped design the rocket belt that sent up a man for less than 30 seconds at the 1984 olympics. for the statue of liberty flight, the designer told his pilot. >> fly slow and careful and not too high. >> yeah, i didn't ear that message, i don't think. >> next thing you know, he was 100 feet up doing 65 miles per hour. >> he says he can imagine eventually selling a jet back for the prials of a super luxury car, somewhere in the ballpark of $100,000. there are other devices that transform men into flying
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machines, some are big and pullkey, others, like these jet wings, require takeoff from a chopper and landing via parachute. but he wants a jet pack like the one 007 wore. >> no well-dressed man should be without one. >> yes, very practical. >> especially when taking liberties with a certain well-dressed lady. jeanne moos, cnn, new york. amy: you want one of those. sean: for christmas, on my list. amy: of course, lady liberty was a gift from france during the revolution. a symbol of freedom and friendship. sean: sure. many americans have showed on social media, the statue of liberty with her arm wrapped around the eiffel tower, signaling we stand with paris. amy: joining for many children and adults alike, getting stuck
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in the process. a tricky situation one car wash manager found himself in. josh: then in the next half hour of news 9 this morning. sean: the world in morning, new information coming in on the deadly attacks in paris. if you think there's no solution to the climate crisis, think again. in america, clean energy is already producing enough power for 18 million homes, reducing our dependence on foreign oil and supporting over one million jobs. i'm tom steyer. with bold leadership and an endless supply of wind and sun, we can do even more. the goal is 50% clean energy by 2030.
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>> so this has us talking in the
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a louisiana car wash manager got the scare of his life. he got stuck on a rotating brush, it lasted 30 seconds although it seemed like it lasted forever. the hose wrapped around him dying him to the rotating brush. he is ok. it didn't make him squeaky clean, he still had to go home and take a shower. sean: 30 seconds must have seemed like forever stuck to that thing, yikes. amy: especially, yeah. sean: vomiting would have come next to are me. not even a self-driving car can avoid being stopped by police. an officer in mountainview, california pulled over one of google's car, did it try to cry out of the ticket? no one was behind the wheel and authorities said it was driving 11 miles below the speed limit. google says it's capped at 25
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the officer let the car go without a ticket, since it didn't break the low. amy: does it look like a toy car? >> the officer probably said, well, we should probably have a driver here. and talking about all the coloring books. amy: you know you have one, sean. it will include the book and kit and illustrations, a cheap way to relieve stress. sean: why is it the file video never shows men doing this? nigh daughter has one of these books, they're lovely. sean: they look intricate. amy: here is what's coming up on our next half hour of news 9 this morning. >> global gathering, president obama meets with world leaders agenda. i'm nicole petallides with more on that, plus, where the investigation stands coming up. sean: and the second democratic debate began in silence.
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efforts as the g-2 summit gets underway. live pictures outside. you can see the sun starting to
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, m- wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, time is 6:30. i'm amy coveno. we begin with a live look along the seacoast. the horizon so pretty there. and my car said 29 this morning. sean: it was cold, and running. amy: the names and faces of 127 victims in the paris terror attacks are starting to emerge, including one american. sean: the democrats squared off for debate number two, the economy shifted to the crisis in
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hours at a home where a child was reported injured the day before. amy: we're learning new details recording the attacks those in paris. among those questioned is a brother of one of the seven bombers. we now know that the terrorists split into three coordinated groups. the attack left at least 129 people, including one american student, 23-year-old nohemi gonzalez, dead. this is the worst carnage in that country since world war ii. more than 150 people are wounded. president obama discussed the attacks a short while ago? >> yeah, that's right, amy. president obama did say that this was not just an attack on world. he spoke a short time ago after meeting with the president of furyk at the g20 summit as that gets underway in that country. the pair rest attacks, of course, now dominating
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to figure out how to deal with the militant group isis or isil who claims responsibility for the attack. francois hollande was supposed to be at that meeting, but he remains in france as they're on high alert. many popular tourist sites like the eiffel tower have been closed down. authorities continue to search for more suspects and questioned several people in connection with the attacks. >> here at home, where does the security situation in the united states stand following these attacks? federal officials continue to say there's no credible or specific threat here in the united states. with that said, security measures have been stepped up in a number of places, including the nfl, which is now saying that it's been in touch with not only with the department of homeland security, but also with the fbi and says that if you're headed to any football games
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security and encouraged not to bring in any bags. amy: we know at least one of the victims was american. what do we know about her? >> well, as you mentioned earlier, her name was nohemi gonzalez, a college student from southern california, happened to be in paris on a university exchange program. she was actually in a restaurant with another student at the time she was fatally shot. amy: nikole killian live for us we appreciate it. if you're trying to find out information about a loved one in paris 1-888-407-4747. facebook launched a facebook plug-in to notify friends and family around the world that they're safe. over 4 million users have used the safety check tool. sean: government officials aren't the only ones stepping up security. the response from sports teams,
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including the plans for today's patriots game. >> security is being increased at stadiums and arenas across our country where hundreds of thousands of americans will attend games and events throughout the weekend. >> friday night, the packed soccer stadium in paris was targeted. explosions outside could be heard during the televised match between france and germany and it will have tighter security inside and outside the dozen games scheduled on sunday. there will be extra automotives at the venues and in parking lots and several layers of security in place to protect against bomb threats. the nfl already uses metal detectors and requires fans to use clear bags. boston td gardens where the bruins took the ice, have upped security. >> checking everything and makes you realize that there's some weaknesses.
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bike the-- like the nfl say it's been in contact and there are no specific threats. they're in contact with the state police and under normal. amy: let's turn to the weather. there's a definite chill in the air. let's look at josh judge and today's forecast. josh: it's a chilly spot. 20's in many locations and from the camera, you can see mainly clear skies there and see that on the satellite as well. a couple of clouds in the mountains everywhere else. it's crystal clear to check our day. mid 20's in the monadnock region. it's highs between 43 and 53. we'll talk about the weekend
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forecast coming up in a few minutes. sean: the search continues this morning for a plymouth state university student who disappeared thursday afternoon. 23-year-old jake nawn was last seen on foster street near the common man inn. take a close look at the surveillance pictures, last seen wearing gray pants, a green jacket and vans style sneakers. anyone with information should contact the manchester police. amy: manchester police arrested a bank robber. first at granite state credit unit and td bank at union thursday and td bank south willow on friday. he's expected to be arraigned tomorrow. sean: the heroin epidemic has claimed hundreds of lives. according to law enforcement,
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often laced with fentanyl. they'll continue to push the powerful drug because it's inexpensive to make and there are a lot of customers. >> part of it is the business drug cartels. what is the selling at the moment and the appetite of the drug using public. sean: coming up at 11:00, a closer look at effects of street drugs and what manchester police chief nick willard believes to be on the rise next. should be an interesting discussion no doubt. stay with us, coming up next, the remaining local high school football teams aim for a shot at the championship. check out highlights and scores from the semifinals saturday. josh: and, yes, get ready for another day with sunshine and cool november temperatures. we'll take a look at the week ahead forecast in a few minutes. >> coming up on new hampshire's business.
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>> in light of the attacks in paris, last night's democratic presidential debate took on a different tone. shifting away from the economy, to focus on the national security. stephanie ramos breaks down round two. >> before the presidential candidates were introduced a moment of silence in response to the attacks in paris. cbs news, the most of second debate at drake university in ooh i-aye quickly reworked the debate plan to focus more on issues of terrorism, national security and foreign relations. hillary clinton agreed with president obama on the fight against isis. >> it cannot be an american fight. >> martin o'malley jumped in. >> this actually is america's fight. >> clinton took it from all directions. >> i've never heard of a candidate who received huge amounts from oil, coal, wall street, not all of these, these campaign contributions will not
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>> he basically used his answer to impugn my inintegrity. e-mails. >> i'm still sick and tired-- >> could be a jab to president obama. >> you have to look at isis as the leading threat of an international terror network, it cannot be contained, it must be defeated. >> all dedeclining to use radical islam, a description used by many republican rivals. jim webb and lincoln chafee dropped out of the race and this second debate is make it or break it for bernie sanders and martin o'malley. december 19th in new hampshire, the republicans will go at it a couple of days before in las vegas. abc news, des moines, iowa. >> welcome to new hampshire's business, i'm fred kocher.
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drones, they are part of our lives now. but the question is, are they being regulated? and regulated commercially and for hobbyists as well? there's a drone boot camp that's hampshire. at bernstein law firm, a legal frame work that's being created. moment. the f.a.a. allows commercial uses, must register with the f.a.a. and an operator must have an f.a.a. airmen's certificate. to talk about this, this is at play regulation of the drones are my guests. michael vosty, attorney and shareholder at bernstein. >> thanks for having me. >> and jason, an i.t. specialist operator. >> thank you. >> nice to have you here. what gave you the idea for a drone boot camp? >> so i was attending a construction conference in
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operator there and there was a seminar on it and i thought about it flying back and really believe that this was going to be an area where there was a need for my clients to understand the emerging law surrounding drones, as is happening every day, so i came back and formed our drone law team to serve our client's needs. >> the key issue right now is the regulation of these drones, right? both commercially and noncommercially? >> regulation is one of the most important issues, yes. >> i just put up a graphic that shows that there is some regulation on the commercial side in terms of exemptions. >> so the f.a.a. prohibits the commercial use of drones unless the person gets what's called a section 333 exemption and there's an application for that exemption and if the person is granted the exemption, there will be a list of conditions as part of the exemption as to what the drone operator can and cannot do. >> they have to have a pilots
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license basically? >> they have to have a pilots license. >> jason, you brought a drone with you. >> i am. >> you're a drone operating. you understand these things, a little camera on the bottom, by various groups. but the noncommercial hues-- use is not regulated yet? >> that's my understanding, mike can look at that. probably within at least the year, i understand the department of transportation and washington will have some regulations on the noncommercial hobbyist use of drones. what-- tell me about this. when a pilot sees a drone crossing the path of the plane as he landed in an airport, he gets concerned, obviously. can these drones see obstacle as avoid them or where is that parts of the technology? >> the technology changed rapidly in the last couple of years. the technology you're mentioning is something new that comes out for a lot of the new devices.
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my device that i've had for a couple of years, is the most common consumer device, however, there's much more advanced devices on a regular basis, especially for the holiday season. >> they will be able to eventually avoid an aircraft or a tree or something. >> yes, it's got an infrared self- self-camera that avoids anything in its path. >> i know in the state of maine where you're located, your law firm and the state of new hampshire put in place some kind of regulation, just talk about that. >> that's correct, two different laws, this prohibits law enforcement from using drones for an investigation purpose without a warrant and also prevents the drones being used for law enforcement purposes being weaponized. new hampshire's statute protects hunters and people fishing from
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having used drones that disrupts their hunting and fishing activities, so long as they're doing it legally. >> for instance, someone that would scare away deer from a hunter sitting in a free stand would be prohibited under the new hampshire statute. >> what are you telling your clients to do if they have a drone issue? i mean, are there some basic guidelines you're giving them? >> so, the three major areas are-- in about ten seconds. >> safety, privacy, and >> right? >> so, you've got to operate the drone safely. well. >> privacy is a huge issue that's going to be emerging. there's going to be a legal frame work that gets created that defines what people's drones. >> all too short. we could go on for an hour with in, but michael vosty with the law firm, thank you. and jason, i.t. specialist with
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if you want to see part of that interview again, go to wmur.com, and click on news and click on project economy. >> now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch 9 forecast. >> it's a bit on the chilly side. if you're headed out early this morning, you'll need to bundle up. temperatures will moderate up to a little bit around or just above average for in time of year, with a nice sunny day, it's actually going to be a pretty good one out there. but we start off in the 20's and lower 30's across the granite state right now. as you can see there, temperatures seasonably cool, but the winds, at least, are not gusting as high as they were yesterday. we do have some wind gusts in the higher terrain, particularly in northern new hampshire, 20, 25 mile per hour wind gusts showing up in a few spots. it will be breezy today, but not nearly as windy as it was yesterday. pa few clouds rolled through during the overnight hours, as you can see, a few clouds in the mountains and that's all we have to worry about there. northern new hampshire, even the slight chance of a passing
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flurry at some of the mountain tops, most of us are not on the mountains tops, so we won't be seeing flurries out there. we'll see a lot of sunshine to come. take a look at the futurecast here, again, a few more clouds, hugging the mountains at times today. otherwise it's partly to mostly sunny, it's going to be a very nice sunday out there, lighter winds, temperatures a little milder. we'll talk about those in just a moment. take a look at tomorrow. start. each of the next several mornings, but each of the next several days ends up being pretty size, sunny, through about wednesday, we've got a lot of sunshine in your future before things turn a little bit. let's take a look from the manchester point of view. we'll watch those temperatures head up into the lower 50's. southern new hampshire. mid to upper 40's and for today, mostly sunny skies and head into the evening. another chilly one, but not as cold tonight. clear to partly cloudy skies. temperatures drift down into the 30's and tomorrow, more sunshine
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again and temperatures tomorrow, fairly similar to what we see today. maybe a degree or two cooler. each of the next days, upper 40's and lower 50's for temperatures and the highs and also talking about the temperatures at night getting down chilly. so, we'll break it down by region here for you, for today. partly to mostly sunny, a little milder and less windy than yesterday. just breezy we'll call it occasional gust here and there. 40's to 50's around the state for today. tonight, not quite as chilly as last night and even it right now. 20's to the north, 30's everywhere else and for tomorrow, here is a look at what to expect for the high temperatures, 40's in northern new hampshire and then central - and southern new hampshire, 40's and 50's. let's take a look here at the temperatures right through the rest of the week. lots of sunshine, it looks pretty good. the next chance of rain and it does look like a decent amount of rain, will be thursday during the afternoon, evening, and into friday. let's take a look at what
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happened on the playing fields yesterday. >> now, news 9 sports. >> semifinals saturday. all three new hampshire football divisions determining which schools will vie for a championship next sunday at cowell stadium. >> starting with goffstown, second quarter no score. robert takes the snap and runs in for the touchdown. bulldogs score first 7-0. shortly after bedford extends the lead. 14-0. again robert sneaks in. the grizzly's answer throws a touchdown pass to duval and cuts the lead in and a half. 14-7. and bourke would help goffstown complete the comeback with a 70 yard touchdown run as they win. 24-17. advancing to the division one championship game. they'll face exeter next sunday,
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exeter shut out pinkerton, 10-0. and ball scored the only touchdown of that game. >> oh! >> division 2, st. thomas and milford. saints up. and the screen pass bobbles the catch, but recovers nicely and follows his blockers to the end zone, 31-13 st. thomas. the spartans ball down 37-13. a handoff to mark for the touchdown and makes it 37-20. fourth quarter, saints pull away, this time tim bouchard making defenders miss and he heads to the end zone, three total touchdowns earlier windham beat kennett, 28-12. next sunday, jaguars and saints will square off at unh. getting down with division 3.
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started started quarter. up the gut, and following a scores again. makes it 14-zip. so a big play pleaded by winnisquam to stay in the game. a 65 yard touchdown scamper, look at him go. but too much from the lakers, 35-20 interlakes moultonborough holds on to win. and next sunday, 11 a.m., inner lakes moultonborough versus newport also at cowell stadium. looking forward to those games for sure. i'm jim foley, that's a look at sports. amy: thank you, jim foley. ahead here on news 9 this morning, one of the most famous and well-loved stories of all
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the tale that >> a childhood tale is celebrating a milestone. alice in wonderland was created as a gift for alice who was friends with louis carol. and this is an original script of alice in wonderland on
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>> look at that, the writing and he will-- illustrations, gorgeous. >> the penmanship is unbelievable. josh: you know what else is nice? the forecast for today, looks pretty good, actually, it's going to be sunny and a little less wind and breezy out there, seasonable temperatures for sure. amy: thanks, josh. the news continues at the top of the hour. coming up, we're continuing to follow the latest developments regarding the attack in paris where at least 129 people were killed in violent attacks on friday. [sfx:] all candidates' voices talking over one another my dad carried mail on his back. they called him "john the and they loved him because he neighborhoods. i learned something from my father, do your best to look out for other people. we turned ohio around and we created jobs and cut taxes and balanced our budgets. john kasich's for us. new day for america is responsible for the content of
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>> a world in mourning after terrorists attack the city of love in the deadliest strike to hit paris since world war ii. the tightened security measures nationwide and the new details we're learning about the sin star coordinated plan. >> face-off in iowa. the attacks in paris shifting the focus of the second democratic debate. the moment of solidarity that drew silence. >> how much sunshine will we see, a look at the rest of the weekend forecast is straight ahead ahead. >> no one covers new hampshire leak -- like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning.
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7:00 on sunday, november 15th. i'm amy coveno. sean: i'm sean macdonald. let's go live now to marcy i gonzales in paris. >> good morning, we're getting new details about the investigation. police have just revealed that in a suburb of paris, they found a car with several assault rifles inside, they believe could be connected to the attacks. and they've identified one the killers, a 29-year-old who grew up just 15 miles from here. >> a somber sunday in paris, candles burning through the night flickering as the investigators continued their painstaking work the scenes of the terror attack. >> and they started shooting,
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like that for ten minutes without stoppling. >> survivors recounting the horror where gunman shot at a concert. >> and at a restaurant. 350 people considered, 129 killed. nohemi gonzalez was killed at a restaurant while here studying abroad. >> i feel loss and sadness. it was my only daughter. >> isis claiming responsibility for the attacks carried out by seven heavily armed terrorists wearing identical suicide vests. all of them now dead and one of their family members detained in france and people making arrests in belgium. trying to track down everything to links with what french
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president hollande calls an act of war. >> and the state of emergency is still in if exhibit here. the eiffel tower, disneyland paris and tourist attacks as they continue to mourn. >> meantimes, colleges and universities here in the granite state are take keeping a close eye on students here and abroad. and they're preventing a similar attack from happening here. unh and dartmouth college both have students studying in paris and the good news they're safe this morning. and one in lee-- lyon france. and security protocols have been adjusted as necessary, but will not impact the travelling public. governor maggie hassan's office released a statement which says in part. state emergency management officials and state police are
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working with national homeland security, the fbi and local police departments for extra vigilance in light of the heinous attacks in paris. >> they're hitting home for local members of the french community. kristen carosa spoke with some of them. >> a group of foreign language teachers met in meredith for a conference and ended up discussing something they didn't plan on. the news of the deadly attack in paris broke as they were wrapping up their first day. >> it was very sad to hear the news because it came at the end of the conference at the end of the day. >> this is a gathering for the new hampshire association of world language teachers, many of then french speaking and family and friends in france. >> we were terribly saddened to hear what was happening in paris. i'm a french teacher myself as well so it really touched our hearts to see, you know, what's going on in the world right now. >> the franco american center,
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the french language, culture and heritage, was also there. the director says he and its members are in shock. >> once again, we have terrorists who take people that are just enjoying their everyday life and turn them in combatants in a war that seems to have no ending. >> that was the first thought for adel baker, the honorary consul for france in new hampshire. >> it's hard to understand how but it does. >> she's been watching live reports since the news broke and hearing from the people who is survived the attacks is heartbreaking. >> while they were escaping, they were walking over people who had been shot and i just that. >> people have been pouring onto social media to pay respects and to send prayers to paris. >> this is a time where really, anybody who has that connection to france should think about doing whatever they can do to
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share their solidarity with the french people. >> kristen carosa, wmur news 9. >> be sure to stay with wmur throughout the morning for the most up-to-date information on the attacks. and while you're there on the wmur app on the latest on this developing situation. in the next half hour, a look at the tightened security in new england and how they're effecting sporting events. today's forecast a lot better than yesterday, i think. >> a little better eanyway, meteorologist josh judge, it really felt like a november day out there. >> it did. we had the wind which was certainly chilly and even some flurries in spots yesterday. a look at the sunrise this morning, that's a nice thing to see, and as you can see, on the satellite here, hardly any clouds except for northern new hampshire and most of us in the clear will be that way throughout the day. it's a chilly start. lower 20's and 30's out there at the moment.
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headed to the 40's and 50's. and it will be breezy, nowhere near the gusts we saw yesterday. that's the good news and milder, too. we'll talk about how long that sunshine lasts and when the rain arrives in your forecast a few minutes away. >> state and local police are investigating after a child was injured at a home in alexandria. officials are not releasing very many details right now, but they have been on scene since friday. wmur's mike cronin reports. >> investigators were at the home on fowler river road throughout the day on saturday, and have been here since friday. the attorney general's office says state police is assisting an investigation into an injured child. the state police major crime unit is here as well as several police cars. it's a rural part of town along with the nearby farms. the ag's office isn't saying how old the child is or what condition that child is in. >> as soon as we receive an update from the attorney general's office, we will share
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in alexandria, mike cronin, wmur news 9. >> police are investigating this morning after a cell phone was discovered in a dorm bathroom at new england college in henniker. right now, officers are not saying if the phone was recording or even on, but they are working to identify how the phone ended up in the bathroom. >> an effort is underway to honor new hampshire service members who gave their lives in the global war on terror. fund raising is underway for monument to be built at the state cemetery at boscawen. they're dating back to the founding of our country. but there's not one for those who were identified in iraq. ryan pitts is hoping to change that. >> a memorial serves multiple purposes in my mind. it honors their sacrifice, but also, for those left behind, you know, you never get over the loss. it helps you live with it, right? and so that's why it was important for me to get involved.
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>> in the next half hour, hear more from staff sergeant pitts and learn how you can help make the growing memorial. >> a whole new way to experience
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the extreme lengths a man went >> back to our top story of the morning. people around the world are standing together to support france and honor the victims of friday's deadly attacks. new york city is certainly no stranger to terror attacks and the spire of one world trade center was lit up in the colors of the french flag overnight. the space needle out in seattle, you can see it flying the french flag. from iran to new zealand vigils
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this is related. countless people have journeyed to the top of the statue of liberty and sky line. nearly all took the stairs or an elevator perhaps. >> that's the classic way, who pack? >> i know you're jealous. story. >> is it a bird, is it a plane? it's a plan in a jet pack flying around the statue of liberty. >> it was awesome, it was a dream come true. i was just having a blast. >> the actual blastoff from a boat was fairly gentle, the founder of jet pack aviation, is the test pilot and, yes, he and his chief designer had to get all kinds of approvals to pull this off. >> and the f.a.a. asked, what is it? what is it? a j et-- jet pack? what is it? >> the pilot uses hand controls and his body to steer. though he took one hand off the controls for a second.
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of the passes, i stopped and turned around and gave her a salute. >> and he's been hooked on jet packs since he saw james bond take off in one in thunderbolt. for ten years, they've worked together. tailor helped to design the rocket belts that sent up a man at the 1984 olympics. for the statue of liberty flight, the designer told his pilot. >> fly slow and careful and not too high. >> yeah, i didn't hear that message, i don't think so. >> next thing you know, he was 100 feet up doing 65 miles per hour. >> he says he can imagine eventually selling a jet pack for the price of a super luxury car, somewhere in the ballpark of 100,000. >> there are other devices that transform men into flying machines, some are big and bulky, others, like these jet wings, required takeoff from a
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parachute, but he wants a jet pack like the one 007 wore. >> no well dressed man should be without one. >> yes, very practical. >> no well dressed man should be without one, especially when taking liberties with a certain well-dressed lady. >> jeanne moos, cnn, new york. amy: maybe santa will bring you one of those, sean. lady liberty was a gift from france during the alliance in the revolution. and has become a symbol of freedom and friendship. sean: and there's an image on social media, with lady liberty wrapped around the eiffel tower. everybody going to that faded french flag.
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manchester. jeb bush: leadership means you've got to be all in. it's not about yappin'. it's not about talking. it's about doing. i know how to do this because i was privileged to serve in florida for eight years. and we turned the systems upside down that weren't working. 1.3 million new jobs
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were created. we cut taxes every year. income rose in people's pockets. people were lifted out of poverty. children started to learn. as president of the united states, i pledge to you that i will solve problems. announcer: right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. . sean:. now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch 9 forecast. >> we're starting off with the temperatures a little chillier than they were the last couple of mornings. 20's and 30's to start our day, but it had moderate nicely and a little less wind today, a little more sun. a little more temperatures, that translates into.
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but it's rising temperatures today. starting off in the 20's and lower 30's as you can see right there. 14 chilly degrees, atop mount washington. here is the wind, the big story yesterday, of course, blowing tree limbs off and small branches, and today, they're still blowing, but not nearly as much, i think, as the sun gets higher. we'll start to see the winds pick up a little bit. these are sustained winds and then in terms of wind gusts, just a few here and there in some of the higher elevations. mount washington near 80 mile per hour winds still. otherwise, we've been at the higher elevations, 15, 20 miles per hour gusts, they could jump up to 25 a today. it will be noticeable at time, but certainly not as much as yesterday. those winds were howling. clear skies throughout the granite state. a few clouds in the mountains and that could be the trend through the day today. at times, clouds in the northern third of the state and
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as i mentioned, a little wider as well. we'll show you the national picture here, high pressure to the west building in, that's why there's wind building in there and a look to the highs west, there's clear skies for quite some time until we eventually see some of the shower activity you see here down in the desert southwest. and making its way here, but it takes much of the week to get here and thursday before any of that rain arrives. until then, we're staying high and dry under that area of high pressure. a look at the clear skies out there at the moment and futurecast will show you that that will continue. also, we take a look at the jetstream. take a look at the nice ridge in the jetstream building. it promotes calm weather and the area sits up here. slightly milder temperatures, so, we're at or above average for the next couple of days until temperatures will drop off and a little disturbance in the
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into the week and next weekend. so, we're right around average or maybe a little above average for the next week or so. so certainly, after a warm start to our november, we're continuing that trend on, but not quite as warm, but average to a little above average means it's not going to be that cold, not colder than you'd expect this time of year. monday, more sunshine and carries over into tuesday and wednesday, before any clouds start to invade in, and bring the chance of showers for thursday. a look at high temperatures to expect for today. 40's to the north and west, and upper 40's and lower 50's everywhere else, breezy, but not as windy, monday, tuesday, wednesday, sunshine. thursday, we're clouding up with showers developing much needed rain still, but at least we've been seeing it a little more regularly lately so we're not were. >> we keep thinking that our luck is going to hold out.
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>> and this has us talking, this is a louisiana car wash and the manager says he got the scare of his life when he got stuck on a huge rotating brush. the terrifying spin lasted 30 seconds, probably more than enough. he says the hose wrapped around him and tying him to the rotating brush. he is ok, but says no, it does not make him squeaky clean. >> it's a wonder, he didn't get hurt. >> not even a self-driving car can avoid being stopped by police, an officer in mountainview, california pulled over one of google's self-driving cars on thursday, a passenger was inside the car at the time, but no one was behind the wheel. authorities say the car was going 11 miles per hour below the speed limit, backing up traffic. google says the car's speed is capped at 25 miles per hour for safety reasons.
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the officer let the car go. >> it looked like a rogue bumper car got lose. sean: talk to the driver, it wasn't my fault. amy: and the democratics candidates for the president shared the stage and the big topic of debate in light of the events in paris. sean dunkin's new sweet black pepper bacon sandwich, with double the slices of caramelized crispy pepper bacon. it's the bacon experience you've been waiting for. bacon up.
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>> with the attacks in paris fresh on everyone's mind. the presidential debate in iowa took on a different tone than originally planned. shifting to security issues in lieu of the economy. we're joined live from washington d.c. this morning by political analyst to break down the debate. good morning, mark, what kind of role did the attacks play in the election? >> amy, just in the last couple hours we're learning one of the attackers in paris came in with a wave of of syrian refugees. last night in the debate all three agreed the united states are letting syrians in the united states. republicans hard line on immigration, is going to be something that republicans are going to be pushing today after that news gets out. that said, there also may be some voters out there who say because of what happened there, you know, a donald trump or a ben carson, who have no experience in these sorts of
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hillary clinton who, now, after she was first lady and senator served as term as secretary of state. it's a reminder a lot of this is out of the hands of the politicians. amy: you touched on some, but can you elaborate? >> there are differences, of course there is. last night bernie sanders wants college education to be free. hillary clinton and martin o'malley want to make sure that students emerge debt-free. there are differences, but in the big picture, they all agree on expanding education and expanding child care, all pro choice. these are the democrats now, all for planned parenthood. the differences are somewhat nuanced. i would love to see those debates and throw in somebody from the other side, a lot more interesting if ted cruz were there and hear how the democrats would go after a conservative. focusing on the differences last
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night you need if not good reading with a microscope, you need good reading glasses. amy: mark, thank you. for details regarding last night' debate, visit wmur.com. the democratic candidates will take the stage december 19th in manchester. sean: perhaps the phrase of the morning, would have been a lot more interesting if ted cruz were to get in the debate last night. amy: we'll get there, eventually. sean: and here is the next half hour. >> global gathering, president obama meets with world leaders where it tops the agenda. >> plus, where the investigation stands coming up.
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josh judge is in with >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning.
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amy: good morning, it's 7:30. i'm amy coveno, a live look at the beach. the beach looks quiet there, and not exactly a beach day, i'm amy coveno. here is a look at top stories on the half hourment the names and faces of the 129 victims in the terror attacks are starting to emerge, including one american. sean: the democrats squared of saturday for debate number two. the focus shifted from the economy to the paris and isis. investigators found hours at a home on saturday, the same address where a child was reported injured the day before. amy: new details are beginning to emerge on the attacks in paris that killed 129 and injured 350 others. official say they found a car believed to be related in the suburbs. several drove up and opened fire.
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several were arrested including the brother of one of the suicide bombers as thousands of troops deploy around paris. sean: now, government officials aren't the only ones tightening security in the wake of the terror attacks. a look at the sports teams, including the plans for today's patriots game. >> security is increased across the arenas where hundreds and thousands of americans. the packed stadium in paris was targeted, exploded outside could be heard during the match between france and germany. and now the security inside and outside of the dozen games on sunday. there will be extra offices in the venues and parking lots and several layers in place to protect against bomb threats. the nfl uses metal detectors and
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boston's td gardens where the bruins took the ice on saturday increased security. >> out in different areas of the city of boston, makes you real liesz there's some weaknesses. >> professional sports leagues like the nfl are in contact with homeland security and there are no specific threats. and manchester's verizon wireless arena says it's been in contact with local and state police and will be under heightened awareness with law enforcement in place as normal. jean mackin, wmur news 9. amy: let's turn now to the weather. a definite chill in the air. let's bring in josh judge for a look at the forecast. josh: hi there, a chilly one out there. 20's and 30's, clear skies. here is goffstown as we pan across the state's beautiful scene scenery, it's a nice day. winds are lighter and it's a
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20's in many spots and 25 in keene, 24 in lebanon. we're going to recover to average and a little above average in some spots. mid 40's in the north country and it will be breezy, but not nearly the types of wind that we saw yesterday. those gusts yesterday were quite strong. today, considerably less in terms of wind gusts, but still a little breezy. we'll talk about the week ahead forecast coming up in just a couple of minutes. >> thanks. >> the search continues for a plymouth state university student. jake nawn was scene near the calm mon man inn taken in plymouth and gray pants and green jacket and vanz style sneakers. anyone who has information
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amy: in light of the attacks in paris, the presidential debate shifted away from economy to instead focus on national security. sean: stephanie ramos breaks down round two from des moines, iowa. >> before the candidates were introduced, a moment of silence in response to this. and at drake university in iowa they quickly reworked on issues of terrorism and national security and foreign relations, hillary clinton agreeing with president obama on the fight against isis. >> it cannot be an american fight. >> martin o'malley jumped in. it's actually america's fight. >> clinton taking fire from all directions, going to war over wall street. >> i've never heard a candidate, never, received huge amounts from oil. not one. this campaign contribution will not influence me.
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answer to impugn my integrity. >> and on clinton's e-mails. >> i'm sick and tired of-- >> and what could be a subtle today said this. >> we have to look at isis as the leading threats of a terror network, can know the be contained, it must be defeated. >> all three candidates -- the second debate is make it or break it for bernie sanders and especially for martin o'malley as hillary clinton continues to lead in the polls. the second in new hampshire 19th in new hampshire. the republicans will go at it a few nights before. >> stephanie ramos, des moines, iowa. there's an effort underway to build a state memorial for new hampshire men and women lost in
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>> it's wmur's adam sexton reports they've enlisted the bravest soldiers. >> in boscawen, they honor their heroes and made across two and a half american centuries. those who gave their lives for their country in iraq and memorialized. >> the global war on terror is my generation's war. >> retired army sergeant pitts received the medal of honor for extraordinary acts of heroism in afghanistan. and now he's helping to try to on terror. sacrifice. for those who are left behind, you never get over the loss, it helps you live with it, right,
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so that's why it was important for me to get involved. >> he understands what it means to lose loved ones in war. he and his brothers in arm were in a small village. 48 u.s. soldiers faced down 200 insurgents. pitts suffered near fatal wounds, but fought on, at one point almost singlehandedly kept them at bay. >> it wasn't if i was going to die, i knew i was going to die. they reached him, but another round of explosions left them wounded. >> changed three guy's lives forever in terms of wounds and one gave up his life. >> in total a nine people died. he was thinking about them.
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>> when president obama put the medal on, directly behind me are the families and almost the guys are on the ground and at that time, i'm thinking about all of them. >> while his story is unique. he says the sacrifices he and fellow soldiers made are not. that's why he's throwing his support behind the new war on terror memorial. >> it's not just the service member on the wall and honoring their sacrifice, i think in a way it also honors the sacrifices the family made and it shows loved ones that their sacrifice hasn't been forgotten. >> volunteer and veterans advocate preston lawrence is leading the effort. the hope it to unveil it next september. >> i was there on memorial and i personally escorted two goldstar mothers to the site where we're going to put the memorial and they were definitely-- they appreciate what we're doing. >> pitt says it will stand as a
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somber remeaneder what a select few are willing to sacrifice for all of us. >> just think about the things that you enjoy every day, whether that's spending time with your children, being able to cookout in your back yard, get together with family and friends, and enjoy holidays. that's something that somebody else gave up forever so we could have it. i know i take it for granted, but times i stop and look around and appreciate the moments with my son and somebody made those sacrifices. adam sexton, wmur news 9. >> if you'd like to help with the memorial. you can find a link to the facebook page on wmur.com. again, they hope to have the monument in place by next september. >> epsom central school held a special assembly in honor of veterans this week. members of the community were honored by fifth grade students. a world war ii p.o.w. talked about experience during the war and his honor flight to
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a green light shown across the assembly. >> a green light is showing supports for veterans chts even after veterans day, it's called green light event. they're asked to place a green light outside the window or home as a show of support. green is the color of hope and well-being. amy: that's really taken off. love it. we hope you stay with us, we have much more on the paris attacks coverage ahead. sean: and staying in playoff contention. see how they form against albany. >> we've got a nice one on the way. especially compare it to yesterday. lots of sunshine and temperatures milder, upper 40's and lower 50's.
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>> welcome back. continuing our coverage on the paris attacks. as the city mourning, we're learning more about the bombers involved in the terror tragedy that killed 129 people and wounded more than 350. the attacks are front and center
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leaders gathered this morning for an international summit. wmur's nikole killian joins our team coverage. president obama discussed the attacks a short while ago. >> well, amy, president obama said that the skies have been darkened by the horrific attacks and the u.s. stands in solidarity with france. >> the killing of innocent people based on a twisted ideology is an attack not just on france, not just on turkey, but it's an attack on the civilized world. >> president obama spoke shortly after meeting with the president of turkey as the g20 summit gets underway in that country and the paris attacks dominating discussions as leaders figure out how to deal with the militant group. french president holland had to
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and today, met with top french leaders as the country remains in mourning and on high alert. thousands of french troops have been deployed while many popular tourist sites have been shut down. in the meantime, authorities have continued to search for suspects and accomplices and questioned several people in connection with the attacks. live in washington, nikole killian, muhr, news 9. >> nicole, thank you. if you're trying to find out information with a loved one 888-470- 888-470-4747. >> facebook allowed for a plug-in to let family around the world they're safe. over 4 million have used the site's safety check tool. josh: ap let's take a look at some pretty nice weather out there for today. we've got clear skies and the temperatures, well, they're going to be better than yesterday. the wind will be lighter and a
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there's the blue skies we have in warner this morning. our web-cam showing that with 36 degrees on the thermometers out there. some areas, still in the 20's at the moment. whitefield at 28. 24 in lebanon and look at concord at 26 degrees and keene 25. still plenty of places in the 30's as well. how about the wind? yesterday, it was gusting at times up to 40 or more miles per hour yesterday, occasionally and that will not be the case today. however, the wind won't be completely calm either. right now sustained wind gusts are-- sustained wind at 15 miles per hour. a few gusts showing up from time to time, but nothing like yesterday and just mostly at the higher elevations right now, particular will in the the north country we've seen the strongest winds. however, as the sun gets higher and mix-up the atmosphere, i think the wind gusts will pick up more. speaking of yesterday.
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about one and a half inches of snow fell. some reports in pittsburgh from yesterday, that's pretty amazing and now, look at the top of web-cam. and that's what the observation moment. that's interesting to know. well, most of us will see any rain, snow out there health with the sunshine. in the north country, just a few clouds there and sun. the rest of us plenty of sun is on the way as well. there were a couple of flurriesen some of the mountains taps coming in. and look at the swath of cheer skies that continues to move overhead until eventually some of the rain conditions move in for later on in the week. so, for today, do expect lots of sunshine, a few clouds in the mountains, lighter winds gusty, every once in a while, but nothing like yesterday. and temperatures a few degrees
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probably five, six, seven degrees milder than yesterday in some spots. there is that sunshine continuing through tomorrow. clear skies at night will mean chilly conditions at night. even colder nights ahead in some of the upcoming days and nights, rather, for the upcoming first half of the week. here is how it looks today. sunshine and temperatures reaching up into the lower 50's for us. and 40's in some central and northern new hampshire locations. and there's a look at the next seven days as the sunshine continues right through wednesday. and then thursday, our next chance at rain. >> now, news 9 sports. >> unh football coming off perhaps the most impressive win of the season. trying to ride the momentum against albany. we head into the first quarter. check who is back. running back doulton cross and wastes no time in the game.
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a one-yard touchdown run. gold rich highlighted the first half with 40 attempts, more than any full game in the season and eventually added a touchdown pass, 301 yards total in the game as wildcats win 24-14. semifinal, saturday, all three new hampshire football divisions, determining which should play for a championship. first, division one, undefeated grizzlies taking on the bulldogs. taking a snap. runs in for the touchdown. 7-0 bulldogs, shortly after, roberts sneaks in again, 14-zip. grizzly's answer, k krchlt c gervais. goffstown wins, 24-17. shansing --
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and blue hawks, as kyle ball scored the only touchdown. >> st. thomas and milford division two. second quarter saints up with the ball. a screen pass, bobbles the catch, but recovers nicely. follows it to the end zone. 31-13. spartans ball down 37-13. and erda hands off for the touchdown and makes it 37-20, but it's too much from st. thomas. and as the saints go on to win, 51-20. three total touchdowns. and earlier, wind many ham beat kennett. jags and saints square off at unh. division 3, lakes region showed. first quarter lakers start the scoring.
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five yard touchdown one, 7-0. inner lakes moultonborough. and second quarter following a brothers interception, carter scores again, makes it 14-zip. they needed a big play to try to stay in the game. got it from zorano. the biggest play, 65 yard scamper, but just too much. from the lakers as they hold on and win, 35-20. newport 47-7, advancing to the game. the next game sunday at 11 a.m. new england high school cross country championship stopped local results, pinkerton boys finished second to lasalle academy over rhode island. the fourth fastest individually. the girls finished second, also just behind lasalle. senior elizabeth dennis was fifth overall among the girls. ncaa division 2 soccer tournament.
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avenging the only loss of the season, beating the college. and each had a goal, they'll play in the east regional final. to hockey, t.d. gardens showing solidarity with france. patrice bergeron over the blue line, follows up his shot and scores. his sixth of the season. 1-0 b's. and ericson to krejci. and krug added his, bruins won. and manchester first period down 1-0. a shot on a score on rebound. ties it at 1. too much from toledo, takes the lead right back here in transition. aj jenks crashes the net and knocks it past.
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i'm jim foley and that's a look at sports. amy: thank you, jim foley. ahead on news 9 this morning. one of the most famous and well-loved stories of all time. we'll tell you about the tale if you think there's no solution to the climate crisis, think again. in america, clean energy is already producing enough power for 18 million homes, reducing our dependence on foreign oil and supporting over one million jobs. i'm tom steyer. with bold leadership and an endless supply
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>> well, a childhood tale is celebrating a big milestone. it's been 150 years since the classic fantasy of alice in wonderland was created.
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sean: and it was created for a real life alice friends with louis carol. this is the beautifully illustrated manuscript of alice in wonderland. can you imagine the original right there. that close to it. amy: something and what that's inspired over 150 years. the hour. coming up we'll follow the latest developments regarding attacks in paris where at least
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we'll hav >> a world in mourning after terrorists attack the city of love in the deadliest strike to hit paris since world war ii. the tightened security measures nationwide and the new details we're learning about the sinister coordinated plan. >> face-off in iowa, shifting the to he cuss of -- focus of the debate and a moment of silence. josh: a calm down and a look at the rest of the weekend forecast is straight ahead. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do, now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, new hampshire, it's 8:00 on sunday, november 15th, i'm amy coveno. sean: i'm sean macdonald. the world banding together in
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solidarity. amy: 129 people were killed, including an american college student and more than 350 wounded. our team coverage begins with abc's marci gonzales, she's live in paris. >> this is what we know-- >> good morning, you can see the scene as we learn new details about the investigation. police say they've now found a car with several assault rifles inside. they believe could be linked to the attacks and they've identified one of the killers as a 29-year-old who reportedly grew up just about 15 miles from here here. >> a somber sunday in paris, candles that burned through the night, flickering in the foreground as spefrts kinked their-- those during the terror attacks. >> they started shooting like
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without stopping. >> survivors recounting the horror inside this theater where they shot about 90 people. at least 350 people were injured and 129 others killed. among them american student nohemi gonzalez, shot and killed abroad. i feel lost and sadless and it was my only daughter. >> isis claiming responsibilities for the calculated attacks prosecutors say were carried out by seven heavily armed terrorists identifying identical super. >> and in belgium they're trying
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french president hollande calls an act of war. >> the eiffel tower and other popular tourist attractions are closed. marci gonzales, abc news, now, back to you. >> colleges and universities here in the granite state are keeping a close eye on students studying abroad in france and new hampshire officials are taking steps to make sure a similar attack didn't occur here. unh and dartmouth both have students studying in paris. all are safe interest morning. one student from state university in lyon france is accounted for. >> they're on high alert, adding that security protocols have been adjusted as necessary, but will not impact the travelling public. governor maggie hassan's office released a statement which says in part, state emergency management officials and state
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homeland security, the fbi and local local police departments in light of the heinous acts of terror in paris. >> attacks are hitting close to home for members of the local french community here in new hampshire. wmur's kristen carosa speak with some of them. >> a group met in meredith for a concerns and ended up discussing something they didn't plan on. news of the deadly attack broke. >> it's sad to hear the news, it came at the conference at the end of the day. >> this is the gathering for the new hampshire association for teachers, many with friends and family in france. >> we're terribly saddened to hear what's happening in paris. i'm a french teacher myself as well. so it touched our hearts to see, you know, what's going on in the world right now. >> the franco american center, an organization that promotes
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the french language and culture and heritage was there, the director says he and members are in shock. >> once again we have terrorists that take people that are just enjoying their everyday life and turn them into combatants in a war that seems to have no ending. >> that was the first thought for adele baker, the honorary consul of france and new hampshire. >> it's so hard to understand how something like that can happen, but it does. >> she's been watching live reports since the news broke, she says hearing from the people that have survived the attacks is heartbreaking. >> while they were escaping, they were walking over people who had been shot and i just can't fathom something like that. >> people have been pouring onto social media to pay respects and send prayers to paris. >> this is a time when really anybody who has the connection to france should think about
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share solidarity with the french people. >> kristen carosa, wmur news 9. amy: be sure to stay with us for the paris attacks and when we're not on the air depend on wmur.com and the app, the latest on this developing situation. coming up in our next half hour. a closer look at the tightened security here in new england and how they're affecting sporting events. >> turning now to the weather, today's forecast different from yesterday? >> some improvement there. josh judge joins us in the weather center. and yesterday i ran outside and ran back inside, had to grab the jacket. >> we had the wind that was blowing and blowing the leaves into my neighbor's yards, sorry, neighbors. and blue skies throughout the state and drifting here and there. 20's and 30's although the new temperatures at 8:00 took some areas out of the 20's and 30's
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and seeing some upper 20's in western parts of the state. breezy for today, but not nearly as windy as yesterday, partly to mostly sunny, and we'll see those temperatures between 43 and 53. so, about five degrees milder than yesterday, less wind and more sun. not bad, see if that holds for the week ahead in your forecast. >> police and fire officials are investigating an early morning fire on pearl street in manchester. firefighters say the flames started in a trash can around 4:00 this morning and charred the outside of the building and was just starting to spread when the crews arrived inside. everyone has been allowed to return home. >> state and local police are investigating after a child was injured at a home in alexandria. officials are not releasing many details right now, but have abouten on the scene since friday. wmur's mike cronin reports. >> investigators were at the home on fowler river road throughout the dayen 0 -- day on saturday and the attorney
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police is assisting investigation into an injured child. the state police major crime unit is here as well as several police cars, it's a rural part of the town with a number of nearby farms. we spoke to a few neighbors and they didn't know what happened. they're not saying how old the child is in or what condition the child is in. as soon as we receive an update from the attorney general's office, we'll share that with you. mike cronin, wmur news 9. >> an active cell phone was discovered in a bathroom in henniker. they're not saying whether the phone was actually recording, but working to identify how the phone ended up in the bathroom. >> coming up on news 9 this morning. a whole new way to experience lady liberty.
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>> welcome back, everybody. standing together to support france and honor the victims of friday's deadly attacks. new york city, certainly no stranger to terror attacks and the spire of one world trade center is lit up in the colors of the french flag. the space needle out there flying the french flag as you can see. several world leaders are denouncing the attacks and calling for a unified front against terror. amy: well, it's iconic symbol presented to the united states from france. countless people journeyed to the top of the statute of liberty to gaze out at the new york sky line. nearly all of them took the stairs. >> who did stairs when you have a jet pack, that's right, jeanne moos has the story. >> is it a bird? is it a plane? it's a man in a jet pack, flying around the statue of liberty. >> it's awesome, a dream come true.
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the actual blast off from a boat was fairly gentle, the founder of jet pack aviation is the test pilot and, yes, he and his chief designer had to get all kinds of approvals to pull this off. >> the f.a.a. asked what is it? what is that? >> the flight lasted about five minutes and the pilot use the hand controls and his body to steer though he took his hand off the controls for a moment, i saluted labor liberty. i turned around and gave her a salute. >> he's been interested in jet packs since he saw james bond take off in one on thunderball. they've worked together, tyler helped design the rocket belt to sent up a man less than 30 seconds at the olympics. the designer told his pilot.
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>> fly slow and careful, and not too high. >> yeah, i didn't hear that message, i don't think. >> next thing you know, he was 100 feet up doing 65 miles per hour. he says he can imagine eventually selling a jet pack for the price of a super luxury car, somewhere in the ballpark of $100,000. >> there are other devices that transform men into flying machines, many so are big and bulky, others are like this jet wings and require takeoff from a chopper and landing via parachute. but he wants a jet pack like the one 007 wore. >> no well dressed man should be without one. >> very practical. >> no well dressed man should be without one, especially when taking liberties with a certain well-dressed lady. jeanne moos, cnn new york. amy: well, of course, lady liberty commemorates the alliance between our two nations during the american revolution,
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freedom and friendship. many americans have shared this image showing the statue of liberty wrapping her arm around the eiffel tower to symbolize a trending saying, we stand with paris. if you checked out social media the last 24 hours, everybody showing support and friendship. >> absolutely. coming up next, the democratic candidates for president share the stage for their second prime time debate.
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of the events in paris. >> now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch 9 forecast. >> we'll see more sunshine and less wind and a little higher in the temperature department, too. all in all, it's stacking up to a nicer day than yesterday by most people's definition. let's look at clear skies over the lakes region at weir's beach. 36 degrees with the wind out of the southwest at 10 miles per hour. there's the temperatures around the entire state. and as you can see, those temperatures have gone up just a little bit. if you were with us last hour. more spots were in the 20's, but still, some 20's showing up, especially on the western side of the state. upper 20's there, but the sunshine will do its thing and
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help things get into the 40's and 50's for today. now, onto the wind. i mentioned it will be less than yesterday, yes, it will be breezy at times. these are the sustained current winds out there. 5 to 15 miles per hour and the wind gusts have been occasionally higher sickly in some of the higher terrain, which is typical for this type of setup. as the temperatures warm up a little bit more, the sunshine warms things up. the air starts to mix-up. and that allows the winds to start picking up again a little bit as well, so, do look for some gusts occasionally here and there, and still a little breezy, but again, nothing like yesterday. blue skies over the sea coast, nice shot there. the tugs in the foreground. and here is blue skies, nice start to the day, pretty much everywhere, except for the chill, but that's starting to, we're starting to get the edge off a little bit. if you're headed out for an early morning drive or walk or anything else, jog, a couple of
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mostly sunny skies with a few clouds at times, most prominent in the northern part of the state and even there. there will be a decent amount of sunshine, partly sunny skies for you, with the temperatures a little bit higher than we saw yesterday, anyway and a little above average as well. here is the area of high pressure, it's building in and that's why there's still a little bit of wind out there for today. you can see the swath, this giant swath of clear skies across the northern half of the united states thanks to this high. keeping the rain and clouds to the south now. eventually a piece of this comes up here for later this week. in the meanwhile, this ridge or a bump in the jetstream moves overhead and that signifies, calmer weather and milder conditions, meaning above average or at least average to above average, that's what we'll see the next several days, the average high for concord for this day is 49 and we'll do higher than that today and the next several days at least
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average as this dip in the jetstream stays to the west when temperatures may dip down a little bit again. here is futurecast showing the sunshine, a few clouds at times off and on throughout the day today, tomorrow, tuesday, wednesday, it goes on for a while until rain arrives around thursday. high temperatures today, take a look at it right there. mostly sunny, a bit milder with the highs in the lower 50's and southern new hampshire, upper 40's, central new hampshire, northern new hampshire, around the mid 40's. the sunshine rolls on about excuse me thursday afternoon into friday that our next chance for rain arrives. amy. >> with the attacks in paris fresh on eastern's mind, the democratic presidential debate in iowa last night took on a different tone than planned. shifting to security issues instead of the economy. we're joined live now from washington d.c. this morning by the political analyst to break down the debate. good morning, mark, can you talk
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will have on our upcoming election? >> last night they fought over semantics, radical jihadists or we're at war against the radical islam as the republicans say. that doesn't matter, but they did say something that could. they talked last night each of the candidates supported tens of thousands of syrian refugees coming to the united states, as the american humanitarian thing to do. well, this morning, we learn that at least one of the attackers in paris was a refugee or was at least snuck in with the refugees from syria. that is the kind of opening that republicans will surely seize and i imagine will be a big issue over the coming weeks. that said, hillary clinton can certainly claim as former secretary of state, she's got the foreign policy chops to take that 3 a.m. phone call. so, it's a reminder that a lot of politics is out of the hands of the candidates.
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>> so two hours of debate, three candidates, lots of face time for everybody, did any differences emerge between the three candidates? >> absolutely the difference. you know, bernie sanders wants to have free college education at public universities. hillary clinton wants it so that students emerge debt-free. but you know, there are nuanced differences between the democrats. wen you pull back the lens, they're all in favor of expanding education, expanding health care, taxing the rich, if necessary, to guarantee security for the middle class. much more interesting if you're a conservative in there, throw a ted cruz in there and let them see how they'd respond to republican because the differences between the democrats are somewhat narrow. amy: mark, we appreciate the live coverage and analysis. for more details regarding last night' debate, visit wmur.com. the democratic candidates will
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granite state, the wmur debate takes place in manchesterment are you ready for it? >> it will be here in a blink of an eye. and a joyride for many children and adults, getting stuck is not. a tricky situation a manager found himself in.
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information coming in on the >> ok. movie. this is a louisiana car wash. the manager says he got the scare of his life when he got stuck on a huge rotating brush. the terrifying spin while it lasted about 30 seconds, he says forever. the hose wrapped around him tying him to the rotating brush. he's ok. the manager says the incident did not make him squeaky clean, however, he did go home and he took a shower. theoretically, you could say it looks like fun, but i'm sure it's not. not even a self-driving car won't be stopped by police. a passenger was inside the car, but no one was behind the wheel. authorities say the car was driving 11 miles per hour below the speed limit. backing up traffic, google says the car's speed is capped at 25 miles per hour for safety reasons.
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that's actually pretty slow. when all is said and done, the officer let the car go, and it didn't break a law and couldn't give it a ticket. maybe stuff it in the glove box. amy: would you drive in a self-driving car. sean: yeah, and it'd be a slow ride in, catch up on e-mail and twitter. amy: here is what's coming up. >> global leaders meet and talk about the agenda. i'm nikole killian and plus, where the investigation stands. josh: it was a bit windy and cold yesterday.
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will have his [sfx:] all candidates' voices talking over one another my dad carried mail on his back. they called him "john the mailman" and they loved him because he looked out for everyone in those neighborhoods. i learned something from my father, do your best to look out for other people. we turned ohio around and we created jobs and cut taxes and balanced our budgets. john kasich's for us. new day for america is responsible for the content of
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do.
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now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, it's 8:30. i'm amy coveno. we look live at the american flag. the stories on the half hour. names and faces of 129 victims in the paris terror attacks are starting to emerge, including one american. sean: the democrats squared off for the debate number two. it shifted from the economy to the paris. the same address where a child was reported injured before. amy: new details are starting to emerge about the deadly attacks in paris that killed 129 people and wounded more than 350 othersment we've learned that seven people have been detained in bell gium link to the terror attacks.
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they've found a car abandoned in a suburb of paris. >> government officials aren't the only ones tightening security in the wake of the pair rest attacks. wmur's jean mackin looks at response from sports teams, including the plans for patriots games. >> security is being increased at stadiums and arenas across our countries where hundreds of thousands of americans will attend games and events throughout the weekend. >> friday night, the packed soccer stadium in paris was targeted. explosions outside could be heard during the televised match between france and germany. now, the nfl says it will have tighter security inside and outside the dozen games scheduled on sunday. there will be extra officers at the venues and in parking lots and several layers of security in place to protect against bomb threats. the nfl already uses metal detectors and requires fans to use clear bags. boston's t.d. garden where the celtics played friday night and the bruins took the ice saturday increased security.
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>> out in different areas of the city of boston, just checking everything and it makes you realize that there's some-- there's some weaknesses. professional sports leagues like the nfl say they're in contact with homeland security and that there are no specific threats. and manchester's verizon wireless arena says it's been in contact with local and state police and will be under lightened awareness with law enforcement in place as normal. jean mackin, wmur, news 9. >> let's turn now to the weather. there's a definite chill in the air. let's check with josh judge with a look at the forecast. >> hi, josh. >> it's a chilly start to the day, but we will have higher than yesterday. a much nicer day, i think. there's a look at sunshine, over route 23 in manchester and hardly any clouds out there. there are a few drifting across the skies. that's all we'll see those. temperatures in the 30's and western new hampshire still in the 20's and many spots did get into the 20's last night, but we're recovering and we'll
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continue to do so. average high for concord is 49 today. a little above average. and it will still be breezy, but nowhere near the amount of wind that we we saw yesterday. that's the good news. things are looking better for today. highs are 43 to 53, state-wide, less windy, more sun, we'll talk about the rest of the week ahead and next chance for rain when we talk again in a few minutes. >> josh, thanks. the search continues this morning for plymouth state university student who disappeared thursday afternoon. 23-year-old jake nawn was last seen on foster street near the common man inn. take a close look at the surveillance pictures there, and taken in the plymouth hanneford just before nawn disappeared. he was last seen wearing gray pants, a green jacket and vanz style sneakers. >>man police arrested an alleged serial robber. they say that eric from extore
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robbed three banks. the first from granite state credit union and t.d. bank on thursday and t.d. bank on south willow on friday. he's expected to be arraigned tomorrow. >> in light of the attacks in paris last night's democratic presidential debate took on a different tone of the shifting away from the economy. instead to focus on national security. >> abc's stephanie ramos breaks down round two from des moines, iowa. >> before the democratic presidential candidates were introduced, a number of silence in response to the terror attacks. and in drake they reworked the debates, focusing on terrorism. and hillary clinton agreed with president obama on the fight against isis. >> it cannot be an american fight. >> martin o'malley jumped in.
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directions. >> i've never seen a candidate receiving huge amounts from oil, and wall street and saying these contributions will not influence me. >> he's used his answer to impugn my integrity. >> i'm still stick and tired of the e-mails. >> you have to look at isis as the leading threat of a terrorist network, it must be contained contained-- >> after the first democratic debate, candidates jim webb and lincoln chafee dropped out of the race. the second debate is make it or
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and the republicans go at it a few days before in las vegas. stephanie ramos, abc news, des moines, iowa. >> interesting enough. for more details regarding last night' debate go to wmur.com. you hear next the democrats will take the stage in the granite state. the wmur debate takes place december 19th in manchester. amy: continuing our coverage of the terror attacks. we're learning more about bombers that killeded 129 and wounded more than 350. the president gathered for an international summit. nikole killian joins our team from washington. and the president discussed the attacks a short time ago. >> that's right, amy, the president says the skies have darkened from the attacks and the u.s. stands in solidarity with france.
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people based on a twisted ideology is an attack not just on france, not just on turkey, but it's an attacken the civilized world. >> president obama spoke shortly after meeting after the discussions there, leaders try to figure out how to deal with the group isil or isis, is taking responsibility for the attacks. instead the president of france met in france. and tourist sites like the down. authorities have continued to search for suspects and contain several individuals in connection with these attacks. amy: turning to home, where does the security in the united
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>> federal authorities insist there's no threat to security. and stepped up security now, the nfl says it's been in contact not only with the department of homeland security, but also the fbi and that fans may notice some of the additional security at games today, in fact, many are told not to bring in any bags. amy: certainly to be expected. nikole killian live for us from washington d.c. we appreciate it. if you're trying to find out information about a loved one in paris 1-888-407-4747. >> and facebook has launched a plug-in used to notify family and friends around to notify they're safe. and 4 million have used the safety check tool. sean: we'll keep you updated on everything that we've learned. stay with us, coming up next the remaining local high school
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highlights and scores from semifinal saturday. >> a check of the sunshine, upper 40's and lower 50's for most spots around the state. less wind, too, we'll talk about if the temperatures go any higher in the week ahead. . >> coming up in new hampshire's business. a drone boot camp in maine and new hampshire on the regulation
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>> welcome to new hampshire's business, i'm fred kocher. drones, they're part of our
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lives now, but the question is, are they being regulated and regulated commercially and for hobbyists as well? hey, there's a drone boot camp that's propped up in maine and new hampshire and here it is. at the bernstein law firm, education and alerts on the use of drones, a legal frame work that's being created, now the commercial use of drones at the moment, f f f.a.a., an operator must have an f.a.a. airmen certificate. this is at play, the regulation of these drones, are my guests, an attorney and shareholder at bernstein. >> thanks for having me. >> and jason is a drone operator. nice to have you herement what gave you the idea for a drone boot camp? >> so i was attending a construction conference in florida and there was a drone operator there and there was a
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about it flying back and really believe that this was going to be an area where there was a need for my clients to understand the emerging law surrounding drones as is happening every die so i came back and formed our drone car people to serve our clients's . >> and it's regulation for commercially and noncommercially? >> regulation is one of the most important. >> and i put up a graphic, there is some regulation in terms of exemption? >> f.a.a. prohibits the commercial use of drones unless the person gets what's called a section 333 exemption and there's an application for that exemption and if the person is granted the exemption, there will be a littles of conditions as part of the exemption as to what the drone operator can and can't do. >> they have to have a pilots
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license. >> jason, you're a drone operator and you understand these things, the little camera here on the bottom of this thing, which is being used by various groups that have exemptions. but, the noncommercial use of drones is not regulated yet, is that true? >> that's my understanding. perspective, yes. >> we're doing in that direction and probably within at least a year, i understand the department of transportation in washington will have regulation on the nonhobbyist use of drones. >> tell me about this. because when a pilot sees a drone crossing the path of the plane as he's landing at an obviously. >> can the drones see obstacles and avoid them? or where is the technology, the technology has changed a lot. it's something new that's coming devices. my device here i've had for a
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couple of years is the consumer device, however, it's much more advances on it on a regular basis, especially for the holiday season. >> they will be able to avoid an aircraft or a tree or something. >> yes, an infrared self-camera that identifies anything in its path and tries to avoid any interaction with that obstacle. >> now, michael, at the state level, there's regulation, too. i know in the state of maine where you're located, your law firm, and the state of new hampshire have both put in place about that. >> that's correct, two very different laws. maine's statute that was passed prohibits law enforcement from using drones for an investigatory purposes without a warrant. and also prevents the drones being used for law enforcement purposes being weaponized. new hampshire's statute protects hunters and people fishing from having people using drones that disrupt their hunting and
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as they're doing it legally. for instance, someone that would scare away deer from a hunter sitting in a tree stand would be prohibited under the new hampshire statute. >> what are you telling your clients to do if they have a drone issue? i mean, are there some basic guidelines you're giving them? >> so the three major areas are-- in about ten seconds. >> safety, privacy, and profitability, right? so, you've got to operate the drone safely. >> and privacy is a big issue as well? >> privacy is a huge issue that's going to be emerging. there's going to be a legal frame work that gets what people's privacy are surrounding drones. >> all too short. you can go on for an hour like this. and michael, thank you. and jason, i.t. specialist with thank you. >> thank you very much. if you want to see part of that
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click on news and then click on project economy. >> now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch 9 forecast. >> we've got mostly clear skies, making for a beautiful sunday. it's a little on the chilly side, but warming up quickly, into the 20's and 30's, most places now. 30 degrees here in the monadnock relation. you're looking at it and it's clear above, of course, and there are your temperatures around the region. a couple of spots, as i mentioned, in the upper 20's, for the most part we're climbing into the 30's and portsmouth has now stretched up to 37 degrees. how about the wind? nothing like yesterday, but if you remember, yesterday, there were some gusts at this time, but it got stronger through the mid day hours. that will happen to some degree today as well, but nothing like yesterday. winds out of the west-southwest 5 to 15 miles per hour. sustained and in terms of gusts, if the higher terrain, higher
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elevation, winds can be stronger for you because there's no buildings or trees to block it because you're up higher. that's the days in plymouth and times. here is the wind gusts, 15 to 25 miles per hour on average so a that. if you're in the higher terrain. threaten, watch the kinds gradually fall off tonight and into tomorrow. pretty light tomorrow. you'll notice a big difference today and tomorrow on the lack of wind. snow, there it is. pittsburgh still on the ground. it's stuck. the official weather spotter measurement yesterday in pittsburgh was 1.5 inches. here is another web-cam in pittsburgh as well. it's pretty much everywhere around this part of the state, and this part. this is the top of mount washington, the observation deck, no footprints yet. nobody's been out there just yet. they've got a couple of inches of snow from yesterday's system. all right, let's take a look
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a few that will be brushing the skies at times. those high, thin clouds, it will be fair skies out there for much of the day today. very nice and you can see a few of the clouds coming down tloo you the northwest flow of the jetstream. from upstate new york, that will bring a few clouds through during the mid day hours, otherwise, a mostly sunny day, with high pressure in cell and lots of sunshine and the real estate to the west as well. some of the showers could make it in by the time we get to about thursday, as we go through today. there's some of the high thin clouds drifting through, that's it. a lot of sunshine on tap and temperatures a few degrees milder today than what we saw yesterday. a couple of degrees above average as well. that continues throughout mid week and then much needed rain, of course, will be back and the temperatures remain around average. now, let's get a look at what's happening in sports.
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>> semifinals saturday. all three new hampshire high school football divisions determining which will vie for a championship next saturday at cowell stadium. starting with goffstown and bedford, division one. connor roberts takes the snap and takes the handoff and runs in for the touchdown. bulldogs scored first. 7-0. shortly after bedford extends the lead, 14-0. and again, connor robert sneaks in. the grizzly's answer though, casey gervais, shows a touchdown pass here to duval and cuts the lead in half. 14-7. later in the fourth quarter. a 70 yard touchdown run as goffstown wins 24-17 advancing to the division one children team, goffstown will face exeter next week as exeter shut out pinkerton 10-0.
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of that game. division 2, st. thomas and milford. second quarter, saints up 24-13, and the ball. a screen pass, bobbles the catch, but recovers nicely. follows his blockers to the end zone, 31-13 st. thomas. third quarter, spartans ball down 37-13. and a handoff for the touchdown and makes it 37-20. fourth quarter saints pull away and this time it's tim bouchard making defenders miss, he heads to the end zone as st. thomas wins 51-20. they recorded three total touchdowns and beat kennett, 28-12. and the jaguars and saints square off at unh. >> getting down with division 3. lakes region slowdown, the first quarter, lakers start the scoring and carter up the gut.
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inner lakes molten borroughing. carter scores again and makes it 14 sh -- 14-zip. a big play is needed and a 65 yard touchdown scamper, look at him go. but too much from the lakers, 35-20 inner lakes moultonborough hold on to win. and advancing the second straight championship game. next sunday 11 a.m. versus newport also at cowell stadium. looking forward to those games for sure. i'm jim foley and that's a look at sports. amy: thank you. ahead on news 9 this morning, one of the most famous and well-loved stories of all time.
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that took >> a childhood tale is celebrating a big milestone. it's been 150 years since the classic fantasy of alice in wonderland is published. sean: this is a beautifully illustrated original manuscript on display. [laughter] the man-script is my personal biography. amy: you can take a journey down the rabbit hole-- the pinkerton -- contagious, sean. sean: check your man-script.
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is taking place and the beautiful theater. sean: and what have you got out there. josh: for a real man-script. amy: oh, boy. josh: the temperatures will be above average all week. and right through wednesday before we cloud up and see the next chance arriving during the day on thursday and lasts into about friday. amy: thanks so much. tune in at 10 a.m. for close-up. first, good morning america, we thank you for watching.
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