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several stadiums. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur news 9 at 5:00. jean: he is accused of kidnapping a north conway teenager and holding her captive for more than eight months. today nathaniel kibby appeared in court for a hearing that could determine the course of his trial, and the discussion today was disturbing. good evening, i'm jean mackin. josh: i'm josh mcelveen. kibby's defense team includes four attorneys who filed dozens of motions in the wake of the 250-count indictment against the gorman. jean: amy coveno is in laconia with the defense from those attorneys. reporter: good evening. the defense says emphatically their client is innocent. their first motion today was to try to get the lead prosecutor the this case thrown out the the wake of an alleged jail house threat made by nathaniel kibby to associate attorney general jane young. nathaniel kibby appeared relaxed
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and at ease when he walked into belknap superior court tuesday morning, a dress shirt, blue tie, khakis and leg shackles. the court was warned the testimony and evidence in this case will be ex-place and it graphic. kibby is accused of a pattern of sex assaults on a teen under the age of 16. today's motions revealed some of the evidence the state will present to include the victim's eyes being taped shut during part of her captivity and that she was raped nearly every single day of the 282 days she was held against her will. >> during that initial statement she indicated that her captive wore a mask. she described it as a scream style mask, in the subsequent interview on the 27th she repeatedly discussed the defendant wearing a mask. the defendant in his motion would like this court to believe that there was no further conversation of a mask. that is in fact just simply in one word false.
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reporter: the motion to recuse was denied. coming up a look at some of of the evidence the jury will see when the trial get national weather service way next year including a scream style mask that nathaniel kibby allegedly wore when he was assaulting this young girl. we are live in laconia, amy coveno, wmur news 9. josh: the body of a student who disappeared from plymouth state university has been found in the pemigewasset river. jake nawn was reported missing last thursday, today the school confirmed that a body found in the river is the young man from holden, massachusetts. a candle light service will be held at 6:00 tonight at the hub fireplace lounge. jean: authorities are hoping for a break in a 30-year-old mystery, by today providing new information about a woman and three children found did in the woods of allenstown. andy hershberger joins us now live. reporter: investigators say they
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have new sketches of the victims and that sky ends has been able to determine more about their backgrounds and where they were just before they were killed. in 1985 an adult woman and child allenstown. 15 years later to more children were found in a metal drum not far from the first discovery. today officials announced that the adult and two of the children were related, most likely mother and daughters. they also said they were most likely from the northeast. they say the middle child is not related to any of the victims and is probably from the northern midwest. officials say they were in the new hampshire area for up to three months before their deaths and they were all killed at the same time between 1980 and 1984. >> if we can get to the right person, the person that recognizes the face, the person that says i remember somebody who had a child like that in that time period, i think that can be anything that will break it open. it cot just be one phone call. reporter: officials say they
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first need to identify these victims before they can figure out who killed them. live, andy hershberger, wmur news 9. josh: in europe today police carried out more raids in the hunt for the people behind the terror attacks in paris. as some stadiums in germany were also evacuated for what officials are call concrete information about threats. marci gonzalez is in par which is the latest developments. reporter: today more raids in france and germany. police searching for this accused terrorist releasing a new photo of salah abdeslam, a man say they is one of the the killers who carried out the attacks, his brother on french tv today urging tom surrender. today france again fighting back against isis, dropping 16 bombs, destroying command and training centers at the terror group's defact to capital in syria.
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meeting with french president francois hollande vowing to work together. >> the level of cooperation could not be higher. we've agreed even to exchange more information. reporter: tonight much of europe is still on edge. a soccer match between germany and the netherlands canceled before kickoff. the stadium evacuated because of the possible discovery of explosives inside. while at this game between england and france at wembley stadium, a show of defiance against the terrorists and solidarity with this grieving nation. >> no violence, just sports, just love, just life. reporter: after just reopening yesterday, today the eiffel tower closed again because of concerns that were raised that there weren't enough security measures in place there. josh: tonight russia is coordinating with france on those operations against isis. president putin ordered the
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cooperation after confirming that a bomb destroyed a russian passenger jet over egypt. isis has claimed responsibility for that crash which killed 224 people, the russian government is now offering a $50 million reward for information about the bombers. russian war planes conducted the air strikes in several spot around syria today and that includes the town of raqqa which isis considers to be its capital. jean: in the wake of paris, russia and other attacks linked to isis, pressure is mounting to top the flow of syrian refugees into the u.s. one of the terrorists it's said may have entered the u.s. posing as a refugee. sally kidd is in washington with the plans being considered by u.s. leaders. reporter: well, the house is actually considering legislation that would temporarily halt the president's plan to allow some country. citing national security
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concerns, house republican leaders called for a time out. >> we think the prudent, the responsible thing is to take a pause in this particular aspect of this refugee program in order to verify that terrorists are not trying to infiltrate the refugee population. reporter: the senate majority leader taking it a step further. >> we need to pause or a moratorium, because the american people are quite concerned. reporter: including more than two dozen governors who say syrian refugees are not welcome in their states. >> i have to protect the people of the state of alabama and keep them secure. >> this is despicable and cowardly and precisely the kind of reaction isis wanted. reporter: the u.s. has admitted about 2500 syrians since 2011. and wants to allow at rest 10,000 more in over the next year. the obama administration says syrians receive extra scrutiny. >> it's stringent, it's thorough, there's a vetting process that includes our national security team, the
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department of homeland security. and we don't let refugees until they've been approved. report attorney general general lynch telling the house judiciary committee. >> we do have the benefit of a robust screening process in place, a process that europe has not been able to set up, which renders them much more vulnerable. reporter: the house could vote on refugee legislation as early as thursday. jean? jean: sally, what else can you tell us about the vetting process? reporter: well, senior administration officials say part of it is classified. but typically the reviews last 18 to 24 months. they involve multiple agencies. and refugees undergo bio metic screening, fingerprinting and in person interviews before they stretch on american soil. jean: all right, our thanks to sally kidd tonight. josh: there's been a pair of challenges to senator cruz' eligibility when it comes to being president of the united states, and he'll be heard by new hampshire's brat commission
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cruz was born in calgary, canada. the complaint filed with the commission say that means he is not a natural born citizen as required by the constitution. cruz's father is a naturalized citizen and his mother is natural born. both cruz and legal scholars have said that does meet the definition. the commission will also hear a complaint next week against senator bernie sanders. the independent senator filed as a democrat to run in the new hampshire primary. the complaint alleges that makes sanders ineligible. and republican carly fiorina is back in the granite state today and she like many candidate had strong words for isis and the need for a strong strategy against the terror group. she spoke to the annual meeting of new hampshire federation of women and will attend a house party in concord later on tonight. jean: massachusetts state police took a british airways passenger into custody this afternoon. a polish citizen was restrained from the flight from london to jet's exit door.
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british airways released a statement calling the woman unruly, while police later confirmed she was drunk. state police are charging her with interfering with a flight crew. there is no known connection to terrorism. let's turn to the traffic watch, see how things are moving out on the highways, we'll start with live pictures, this is i-93 in windham, looks like it's moving right along. peggy james is joining us live with a look at our evening commute across the rest of the state. hi, peggy. peggy: hi, jean, just minor slowdowns coming up from the massachusetts border on 93 northbound. through the windham stretch and a report of a two-car accident in londonderry by exit 5 that may slow you down. once you get to manchester, 293 is moving well around the queen city. doing well on 9 'through hooksett up to the bow junction. in concord you've got minor slowdowns during the exits throughout the city of concord itself. 101 west you slow down in bedford from 114 to about wallace road.
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northbound through the merrimack stretch between industrial park drive and continental boulevard. and 101 to and from the seacoast is an easy ride tonight. the report being brought to you by minute man health, affordable health insurance is here, new hampshire, minute man health, join the revolution. i'm peggy james. josh: there's been a big announcement today from red sox slugger david ortiz. he is retiring. just not right away. the next season will be his last. the designated hitter says he'll retire at the end of 2016. big papi turns 40 years old owed. he's played 19 seasons in the majors, the last 13 with the sox and that includes the 2004, 2007 and 2013 championship teams. jamie staton will have much more coming up in sports. jean: we all want big papi to qlay another 20. josh: yes, probably could too. there's a new push to help babies whose mothers are hooked on drugs, a bill that has
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unanimous congressional support. jean: blizzard and tornadoes are bearing down on millions in the midwest, likely to be followed by flash floods. mike: a winter chill tonight as we see the coldest air so far this season, how chilly it gets. >> this is my word, one in a million. horrible, horrible accident. josh: then a day care provider goes on trial for the death of a little girl. jean: at 6:00 a player for the manchester monarchs faces a dozen charges after police say
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people are sick and tired of establishment politics, and they want real change! [ cheers and applause ] bernie sanders -- husband, father, grandfather. he's taking on wall street and a corrupt political system that keeps in place a rigged economy. bernie's campaign is funded by over a million contributions -- people like you, who see the middle class disappearing and want a future to believe in. i'm bernie sanders,
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josh: welcome back. a bill to get the federal government focused on infants and opioids has passed congress with unanimous support. sponsored by massachusetts representative katharine clark it tells the department of health and human services to figure out the best way for diagnosing and treating infants exposed to opioids. it also strucks h.h.s. to start collecting data from states to get a better picture of the national situation. and there's word today that new hampshire it's getting new resources to prosecute opioid cases, that story is coming up on news 9 at 6:00. jean: the mother of a new hampshire journalist executed by
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isis is in washington today testifying before congress. diane foley is demanding documented proof that americas current policy of not negotiating with terrorists protects american lives. wmur's adam sexton joins us live from the newsroom with more from her testimony. reporter: well, jean, in addition to mrs. foley's impassioned testimony in support of changing current policy, she also shared details of the family's ordeal during james foley's captivity. she said for a long time she and her family believed federal official was be able to secure the release of her son. but as time dragged on and the family began trying to pull together resources of its own to pay a ransom to isis, she says they were threated by an army colonel to stop or face prosecution. >> did you get a sense that your son was going to be freed at some point? >> not at all. however, our government told me, anyone i talked to at state or
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f.b.i. that jim was the highest priority. so we were deceived throughout the first 18 months. >> you never believed that? >> oh, i believed it. reporter: even with mrs. foley present, several members of the committee expressed sketch day day -- skepticism about allowing ransom to be paid to terrorists. josh: blizzards have shut a stretch of highway in colorado, but wind is causing more problems than the snow. this is part of the same storm system that's triggered tornadoes in other plains states. as brandi hitt reports, severe weather warnings are in place right now. reporter: the powerful storms. >> wow. reporter: that spawn nearly 40 reported tornado as cross four states. >> oh my god! reporter: left behind a wide path of destruction in texas and kansas. walls torn off of businesses, and several homes damaged. >> the wife and girls took
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then we could hear it hit us. reporter: even this semi truck was thrown. a close call for the driver sleeping inside. >> got tossed across that bump, a few cuts and scrapes. i'm okay. reporter: the wall of severe weather then also created blizzard conditions in colorado, is now threatening parts of the midwest and south with powerful winds. the hardest hit areas expected in arkansas, louisiana and mississippi. >> could have gone 60, 80 miles per hour, also the potential for some tornadoes through the overnight. reporter: 20 million people under that storm zone tonight n. addition to the severe weather, heavy rain is also predicted which could lead to flash floods. mike: quite a storm out west with all that violent weather. around here by the time it arrives just some welcome rain, by the time we get to thursday afternoon.
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a wintery picture up there at mount washington, dealing with a bit of snow over the past couple weeks. right now snow capped across all of the presidential range from the view in conway. you notice the trees are bare, and that means we're working further into the month of november. so you might expect it to get quite cold by night, and indeed last night was chilly. teens north. 20's for many, a few upper teens in tupper valley. tonight will actually be a little colder than we were last night. so get ready for some of of the coldest air so far this season. right now temperatures are already sub freezing in the great north woods, below 32 in berlin and whitefield. right at that magic 32-degree mark in lebanon and jaffrey. of course the sundown a while back and that's allowing temperatures with light winds to tumble quite a bit already, mid to upper 30's lakes region through concord and low 40's in manchester. with the temperature and the dew point well apart from each other
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so right now in concord at 37 we're going to look for readings by morning about 16 or 17 degrees. again that marks the coldest we have seen since last march. low to mid teen as cross the great north woods. upper teens and lower 20's for many. the warmest will be, quote, warmest, right along the coastline, in portsmouth, hampton, 27, 28 should do it by early in the morning. is there a wedge of warmer air trying to build in from the west. tomorrow afternoon into thursday, even early friday we'll be under this air mass in terms of temperature. we will not get into the 60's, but 50's cannot be ruled out, especially as we go into the day way. once that clears, we're back weekend. saturday back to the low to mid 40's and cooler with a few mixed or snow showers early on sunday. so again here is that storm, stretched out from the mississippi valley points south with a lot of heavy rain. tornadic thunderstorms a possibility arkansas, western
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tennessee and points south. there's a snowy side to this storm, but all of that will pass northwest of us, so we do not get snow out of this particular system. for tonight clear skies and again very cold. teens and lower 20's. plenty of sun for your wednesday and notice as we advance into thursday, quickly the cloud will roll in, but it should be mostly dry in the morning, showers arrive during the course of the afternoon. and continuing into early friday. beyond that more changes for later friday into the weekend, again clear and chilly tonight. teens and 20's, up here. 50 tomorrow, a pleasant day after that cold start. showers arrive thursday afternoon into early on friday, we'll dry out later friday. right now the weekend not too bad on saturday, a blend of sun and clouds in the mid 40's, then cooler, could see mixed showers early on sunday before it dries out and gets colder. jean: we'll be feeling it tonight. mike: the december chill out there.
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jean: still ahead, a very close call for one woman who lost control of her car. >> i'm in a car and it hits the water, i'm going to drown. josh: when we come back we'll tell you what rescuers had to do to help the driver who couldn't swim. >> a lot of the competitives across the country, they assign two students to a machine, so you have to share. and my belief is the only way you're going to learn is being
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josh: actor charlie sheen is confirming that he is h.i.v. positive, and his bad boy party days are over. the star says he tested positive for the virus that causes aids about four years ago but says he's not infected anyone else. sheen says he's healthy thanks to a strict prescription drug treatment plan. jean: porsche says the car accident that killed actor paul walker in 2013 was his own fault. lawyers for walker's 16-year-old daughter sued the car maker in september, they claimed his sports car had multiple design flaws, but porsche says the car was modified before the crash and that walker knew the risks of using it. josh: a north carolina woman is alive thanks to paramedics who jumped into a upon to rescue her after she crashed. the woman lost control of her car and ran off the road and
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she didn't know how to swim and couldn't get the door open, and the car quickly filled with water, until she was up to her neck. and that's when paramedics arrived. >> there was no thinking about it, we immediately went in the water after the woman, and that's just part of the beyond of what we do is sometimes we don't think when we should. >> guardian angels, hero yous, you name it, they are. i screamed and screamed and screamed, and thank you so much, if it hadn't been for them i would have died. josh: fortunately the paramedics were able to get to her quickly because the local e.m.s. base was just two miles away from where the accident occurred. jean: she does have her guardian angels there. still ahead, a major mistake at one half marathon, why runners had to go an extra four miles. josh: and black friday isn't necessarily the best day for deals. the experts say it all depends on what you're shopping for. jean: a gorgeous u local hot shot, look at this new hampshire landscape, a picture perfect shot of the changing seasons.
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josh: now at 5:30, a tragic accident or a case of negligence. the trial begins for a day care provider who saw a child die in her care. jean: the mother of a murdered massachusetts teacher takes the stand in herald mitted killer's trial. but the defendant's behavior forced court to end early today. mike: dry weather lingers for now, but there is one rain chance to get through before the week is over. a timeline ahead. josh: and a dartmouth protest video goes viral. we'll tell what you the school is saying about the controversial demonstration. josh: the trial is under way for a day care owner charged in connection with the death of a 4-year-old in her care. i'm josh mcelveen. jean: and i'm jean mackin. 56-year-old mary ellen burrit faces misdemeanor charges of
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reckless conduct and running an unlicensed day care. josh: jennifer crompton was in the courtroom for opening statements today. reporter: this is the brown hooded jacket that 4-year-old willa clark was wearing when prosecutors say she was found hanging from a stick lean-to structure in the back yard of mary ellen bird's unlicensed home day care in enfield. >> when the defendant finally noticed her, willa was limp as a wet noodle, that's the defendant's towards. reporter: willa died days later. it was march 24, 2014. the state claims that burit was not only unlicensed but reckless, putting children in danger when she allows four of them under the age of 5 to play on the stick fort without an adult present. they say she was inside feeding a baby and making lunch, checking on them from a window. 85 feet away. >> and because of her limited vantage point, she was not properly monitoring willa and couldn't see her properly.
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thus she didn't respond to see willa's coat off with any urgency. reporter: but the defense argues that she could see or hear them at all times, so she was supervising them. >> she's sitting here with the window up, so she can continue to have discourse with the children, they're talking to each other, through the window, and she can see them. reporter: he says willa was likely unconscious within 10 seconds of the pressure on her throat, with her hood up and her face turned towards the woods. >> whether mary ellen was outside 5 feet away from her or inside looking through a window, there were no signs of distress. and this is a, my word, one in a million horrible, horrible accident. reporter: the trial is expected to take three days. in north haverhill, jennifer crompton, wmur news 9. jean: the mother of a massachusetts teacher took the stand in the murder trial of her daughter's admitted killer.
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14-year-old philip ch had ism killed and raped 24-year-old colleen ritzer in a high school bathroom. her mother explained her daughter's daily routine, she says the family became concerned when colleen did not come home and couldn't be reaped by phone -- reached by phone. >> she still wasn't home, and at that point we started to get worried. laura became very upset, because she could see that colleen had not been on facebook all day, because you can tell when people have been on facebook and colleen was regularly on facebook. reporter: after the lunch break in court, chism refused to leave his holding cell, the judge had to call for a recess for a medical evaluation. josh: a cell phone video showing black lives matter protesters marching into the dartmouth college library and disrupting students has gone viral. while some say insults were hurled, the college says they had had no complaints of physical violence.
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say it began as a peaceful demonstration. reporter: in a statement dartmouth says this began as a large peaceful meeting in response to a black lives matter art installation being vandalized on campus. but afterwards a smaller group launched a political protest. protesters dressed in black, some holding signs, entered the baker barry library in dartmouth college. cell phone video captured the images and sounds, and ins it was posted three days ago, more than 566,000 people have watched it on youtube. it was thursday evening, many students in the library studying for finals were caught off guard, as the group circled the room and chanted. they ran support of the national black lives matter movement that promotes freedom and justice and racism. there are reports that protesters berated white students, some swearing and some shoving, however the video doesn't show that, and both the college and police say they
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aren't aware of any violence. >> the only, it's people who observed the video and made comments, but there's been no individual that has come forward against them. reporter: the police chief says one of his officers saw a large group thursday evening, it lasted about an hour and a half and appeared peaceful. the chief says he watched the video too and didn't see anything criminal. >> you have to have a victim, and there has to be a crime. so i know certainly when things like this happen people get passionate and we're trying to be respectful of rights and everything like that. reporter: dartmouth college released a statement saying the college is investigating and will continue to follow up on any complaints related to the protest. if a violation of college policy is identified, we will follow our policy and hold those individuals and or groups accountable. although the video went viral, we spoke to dozens of students who hadn't seen it yet. those who had or at least heard about the protest said they support the cause, but are upset
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heather hamel, wmur news 9. josh: if you're counting down the days to the holiday deals, you should know that some days are better than others depending on what you're shopping for, we'll break it down after the break. jean: and you should allow extra driving time if you're shopping over thanksgiving weekend, why the roads will be a little more crowded this year. mike: seasonably cool today, but tonight will be the coldest of the season so far, teens in some spots. josh: and kids are kick to claim that video games are good learning tools, now some new
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to the test. talking over one another my dad carried mail on his they called him "john the mailman" and they loved him because he looked out for everyone in those neighborhoods. i learned something from my 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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people are sick and tired of establishment politics, and they want real change! [ cheers and applause ] bernie sanders -- husband, father, grandfather. he's taking on wall street and a corrupt political system that keeps in place a rigged economy. bernie's campaign is funded by over a million contributions -- people like you, who see the middle class disappearing and want a future to believe in. i'm bernie sanders,
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street. the dow picked up six points, the s&p dropped two, nasdaq up by one. motor trend has named its vehicles of the year. josh: for 2016 chevrolet camaro, how about that, the top pick for cars, calling it one of the finest driving vehicles at any price. chevy's colorado was named truck of the year for the second year in a row. the volvo xc90 was chosen s.u.v. of the year for also the second time that that crossover has won the top honor. many people have already started their holiday shopping, but some
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of the best deals are right around the corner. mary maloney looks at which days are best for different items. reporter: tis the season to shop. the national retail federation says more than half of holiday shoppers have already started buying gifts. but according to the adobe digital index there's still time to shop and save if you plan. looking for toys? pick them up on the saturday before thanksgiving. you'll get about an 18% discount. an extra perk, shopping early may mean those popular is to are still in stock. have a tech junky on your list? get the electronics the monday before thanksgiving. and you'll save on average 18%. want something sparkly? jewelry savings are the best on thanksgiving day. with an average discount of 25%. make sure you shop soon, because typically jewelry prices go up the closer you get to the holidays. if someone on your list needs some clothes, you can wait. usually those big discounts
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i'm mary maloney. jean: a massively popular video game will soon be part of the curriculum at some maine schools. the university of maine is helping fund a pilot project that will let students play mine craft in class. it's worked into a learning program designed to boost math and science. more than 1,000 students will be part of the project which starts in january. did you know today is national unfriend day? jimmy kimmel designated the unofficial holiday for people that want to weed out extra facebook friends. his suggestions for people town friend, the ones who give away endings of tv shows, people who overshare and those who post questions that can be easily answered online. josh: that's not very social. some big red sox news came as a surprise today, up next in sports when does 39-year-old david ortiz say he plans to hang up the cleats? jamie staton has details. jean: winter sports are coming
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to fenway, the spectacular show that will take part in the ballpark this season. josh: at 6:00, new hampshire's first ski report to open this season will kick things off with
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i owe about $68,000. i owe $44,000 in student loans. my plan, the new college compact, says you should not have to borrow money to pay tuition if you go to a public college or university. and you ought to be able to refinance student debt. and i don't believe the federal government should be making a profit off of lending to young people who are borrowing to be able to get their education. we have got to make college affordable. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. josh: millions of turkeys will end up on dinner tables next week, but not these. the neon birds at it a connecticut turkey farm have
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been attracting visitors for nearly 40 years, they're only on display during the holidays. and the farmers say how the turkeys get their color is a family secret. that they're not going to share. jean: i bet it's skittles. josh: could it be. gas prices are dropping just in time for the holidays. jean: aixa diaz has the thanksgiving travel forecast released just today. reporter: lower gas prices and a stronger economy mean more people will be hitting the road for thanksgiving next week. triple a says it's expecting about 47 million americans traveling for thanksgiving. most of them will be driving and finding cheaper gas prices. triple a says the average for a gallon of regular is $2.15. that's 74 cents cheaper than this time last year. more americans are also flying, but air fare business the same as it was in 2014. fewer travelers are taking the
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in washington, aixa diaz. mike: hopefully weather will not get in the way. we'll take a sneak peek into that important travel day as we get closer later this week. take a look at the coast from sunup to sundown in market square we had a lot of sun all day long. temperatures after starting off in the 20's in many spots even a few teens in tupper valley and great north woods ended up in the 40's. well below yesterday, but seasonably cool. as we look ahead, the coldest air so far this season will be tonight. teens for many, a few low to mid 20's, and the warmest right at the coast, mid to upper 20's. but fair skies, that means more sunshine on the way for your wednesday before things change for thursday as the next system does arrive. looks like the rain threat will be thursday afternoon through friday morning before it dries out once again. a dry chilly start to the weekend. and there could be a few mixed or snow showers around early on sunday in many spots. we'll track that as we get
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right now though tracking cold temperatures, already down near freezing in a few spots. after topping off in the mid to upper 40's. so it's a quick drop in the temperature due to very light winds, clear skies and very dry air in place. already sub freezing marlborough at 31, swanzey32. upper 20's near 30 the the lake sunapee zone. typical during this early part of the season to get the lake shores a little warmer due to the fact that the water temperatures are not all that cold yet. then farther to the north, upper 20's and very low 30's. again overnight be the it's teens and 20's, then after a sunny wednesday we track this storm that moves in for thursday afternoon. right now a lot of heavy rain, embedded thunderstorms, heavy snow in portions of the plains and central rockies. but a lot of the severe weather will pass off to our north and west.
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so ahead of it tomorrow nice looking day after that cold start, back into the mid 40's north, upper valley around 50 or 51. similar temperatures lakes region. and mid to upper 40's right along the coast. sky cast over manchester for tonight, again mainly clear, a few scattered clouds around, temperatures dipping back into the 20's. for sunrise it will be a chilly one but lots of sun for your wednesday before things change quite a bit for thursday and early friday. again it's teens north, low 20's on average central, southern parts of the state as cold as 17 in concord, and the monadnock region, mid to upper 20's manchester and along the coast. sunny wednesday, showers thursday afternoon through midday friday at the latest, then it clears out for the afternoon. not that chilly yet, then the weekend is cooler. we'll have to watch early sunday morning for a light mix of some wet snow and rain. we'll see how that plays out. a big storm behind it, it is dry
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and chilly, could be a flurry along about tuesday as well. josh: thanks very much. fenway isn't usually concerned about covering its field with snow, but that's what it will take to put on a special free style skiing event this winter. jean: 40 of the best free stylers in the world will be heading to boston in february for a grand prix tour event. they'll jump off a 140-foot snow ramp that will reach higher than fenway light towers. ski new hampshire is one of the event sponsors and you'll find ticket information in the escape outside section at wmur.com. organizers of a half marathon in thailand are apologizing to runners after making them run an extra four miles. josh: i can imagine they would be. an error on the route meant the runners had to go that extra distance to reach the finish line. as you might imagine, many realized right away that there was a problem, but they kept on running, because they didn't know what else to do. organizers are now issuing
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a t-shirt. that shows how far the runners actually went. but many racers say that's not enough. jamie: those t-shirts had better be dry. david ortiz running for his farewell season, big papi turns 40 years old tomorrow, he's set to retire after the 2016 season, he has not confirmed this yet. he will make $11 million this year, he's a nine-time all-star, 503 career home runs. boston bruins will have sharks circling around them tonight, they host san jose at 7:00. boston coming off a 3-1 win over the redwings on saturday. if you're a fan of hockey in the morning, then this is your game, the manchester monarchs host the el myra jack ales tomorrow at 10:00 a.m. the norfolk admirals on their way in for this weekend. another division one signing to tell you about this, alvirne baseball player danny brown, he
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signed with u. mass amherst, so good luck to danny with the minutemen next year. jean: thanks, jamie. a holiday tradition will be getting a new look this year. josh: we'll tell you which familiar faces are getting a 3d makeover when we come back. tom: then at 6:00 tonight a goalie for the monarchs facing serious charges tonight, plus we've got our first look at some of the prosecution's evidence in the kidnapping and sexual assault case of nathaniel kibby, as he and his lawyers fight to keep it out of his upcoming trial. and 30 years after the discovery, major developments announced today as investigators try to identify three bodies, a woman and four children found dumped in barrels in bear brook
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jean: the first ever giant robot duel will take place next year. josh: what took so long? in one corner will be the 12,000-pound 15-foot tall mark 2 created by a california based company called megabots. in the other corner will be a 9,000-pound 13-foot tall robot made by a tokyo based company.
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that team u.s.a. can beat japan. we've assembled the best of the best in this country, we're not going to let our country down. josh: so the megabots team raised money through kick start examiner got help from nasa and auto desk. while the giant duel will president bush take place next year, the location has not been announced. macy's famous cress windows -- jean: transformers. josh: macy's windows will have a peanuts theme. jean: because the new peanuts movie is coming out and this year marks the 50 year anniversary of their of the special. each window will show a different scene from the famous tv show. artists have been working on the displays in brooklyn warehouses for months and now they're going to be unveiled to the public. >> we started the concept over a year ago, so there's hundreds and hundreds of people working on these here today in the studio, as you can see. it's many are its, carpenters,
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painting, sculpting, there's a whole group that works on the animatronics,. jean: the artists use tons of foam to round out the displays and two to 300 pounds of snow and glitter in each window. you can never have enough glitter. if you want to see how the artist did matching the scenes, can you watch the peanuts christmas special right here at wmur, it's airing november 30th, that's the monday after thanksgiving. josh: but before that, you can catch the charlie brown thanksgiving special, that's one week from tonight, believe it or not. jean: i love them all. josh: nothing better than popcorn and jelly bean thanksgiving dinner.
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over a million contributions -- people like you, who see the middle class disappearing and want a future to believe in. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. tom: now at 6:00, the fight over evidence, what the defense in the nathaniel kibby kidnapping and sexual assault case doesn't want the jury to see or hear in his upcoming trial.
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jennifer: a goalie from the monarchs is facing a dozen charges tonight accused of assaulting and trying to strangle his girlfriend. >> but they were killed at the same time. tom: major developments in a decades old cold case, the new timeline plus the relationship between the victims who were found 15 years apart. mike: after a seasonably cool tuesday, tonight we'll see the coldest air so far this season. how low temperatures will go, plus the rest of the week ahead. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur news 9 at 6:00. there were is new disturbing information tonight about the case prosecutors are mounting against a gorman accused of kidnapping a north conway teenager, holding her captive and sexually assaulting her for nearly a year. good evening, i'm tom griffith. jennifer: and i'm jennifer vaughn. nathaniel kibby's lawyers told the court their client maintains his innocence and is the victim of warrantless searches.
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