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sean: sean: now on news 9, a head-on collision in antrim claims the lives of two people. the latest in this ongoing investigation. run over by a speed boat in pair adice. the fund raising efforts to help him get back on his feet. >> and we'll look at the doppler radar and plus, a check ahead for the holiday week. amy: tons of turkeys, it's a tradition tradition, that ensure that hundreds of families will be able to enjoy a thanksgiving dinner this week. >> no one covers new hampshire
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this morning. >> good morning, new hampshire, 6:00 on sunday, november 22nd, i'm amy coveno. we'll get to the news in a minute, but the first forecast, josh, already. josh: not quite as nice as yesterday, but parts of the state will see a decent day. meredith at 43 degrees. there are a couple of spots with showers around, but there are few and far between. we're in the 30's all over nom in a moment. not all of the showers are reaching the ground. you notice the color coded doppler radar, the sleet mixing in and again, these are scattered and hit or miss. they'll be out. sunshine will break out in northern and western new hampshire today and southeastern new hampshire it stays cloudy.
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lower 50 and then things will slow down. night. state police say it appears a 18-year-old driver lost control of his car, driving off the road before crossing the injury line and hitting a toyota rav 4 head-on. 67-year-old janet withington and 63-year-old james bouchard were killed. police say it does not appear drugs or alcohol played a role in this crash. the cause, however, does remain under investigation. a keene business owner was seriously hurt in the caribbean after he was hit and dragged by a speed boat. he suffered serious injuries and was flown to boston for treatment last night. wmur's mike cronin spoke with family and friends who are raising money to help john's medical cost. >> the elm street market is open seven days a week and when the owner is home he's there seven
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and he's your friendly grocer and calls himself the captain. and he has a road to recovery. inside the elm street market in keene, everyone is family. >> we're kind of an old, neighborhood store. >> for now, the store is missing the captain. he's owned the store for four years and often spends time on his sail boat in st. maarten. he was in a dingy and hit by a speed boat. >> it was going 10 to 15 knots, and it hit him and dragged him. >> the family says the boat eventually stopped when someone on board noticed he was dragged. he fractured both shoulder blades, four ribs, and pelvis and showed signs of drowning. >> it's rough and scary, but
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that's where the focus is, right? >> there's nothing that you can say derogatory about the guy when it comes to him and you know, just being a family man and loving and caring. >> he can't move and his injuries are too complex to be treated in st. maarten. saturday, his wife flew home with him on an air ambulance in a boston hospital. the costs are tens of thousands. they hope he'll recover soon. >> we're awed by people's generosity and any amount of support is amazing. >> so far people raised more than $4,000. if you'd like to help the family, visit this website and me page. >> the family of a mt. vernon
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explosion in taiwan will soon take down the go fund me case. >> they've given over 1 is00,000. alex's burns are healing and over 90% of his body was burned in the accident. a woman is trying to bring her family here from syria. >> what do we do? do we go back and get slaughter slaughtered slaughtered? what do we do? >> norah says the conversations overseas are heart breaking and 14 of them were living in syria, grandmother, three and the rest of the family. one small with a baby couldn't make the dangerous truck around isis.
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if you don't have a beard. if you don't believe and adhere to the ideology iling y ies ideologies, and look too western, they'll kill you. >> there's 11 of them in a one-bedroom apartment. turkey won't permit them to work because they don't consider them-- they won't give them any kind of rights. they consider them referees. >> now norah, who was born in syria and moved to the u.s. as a little girl wants her family to join her in america. she started a funding page and she's disheartened by the rejection by america. on monday her family was denied a visa at the u.s. embassy. >> people are afraid and aren't
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it made me sad. after the interview the kids were crying. the guy interviewing them wouldn't look them in the eye. amy: the countdown to thanksgiving is underway and people lined up at new horizons to receive the fixings for the meal. and the food drive was held at six local hannaford supermarkets. they started them and pats ssed them out to pantry families. >> this year more than a thousand meals. >> the help and the community is amazing here. we've seen the volunteers, not to mention the donors and the people that come out in hannaford stores. >> if you missed out, worry not. more meals will be passed out this tuesday at new horizons from 11:00 to 2:00.
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cruiser event saturday at rite aid. all the toys going to children through the operation santa program. a winter storm slamming parts of the midwest. the concern is that some areas are waking up in deep freeze conditions. >> and the 50th story flames
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and throw it away. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. >> good morning and welcome back. well, we're starting off cloudy this morning. there's a couple of scattered showers here and there. most of us remain dry though. we'll talk about that and the other chances for rain this weekend as well, but the big focus, the week ahead for the holiday. we'll talk about that coming up.
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yesterday. it started on the 50th floor of the john hancock tower. the fire started in an apartment 6789 they have offices, observation deck for tourists. today is the somber first anniversary in the death of tamir rice, fataling shot after brannishing what was a pellet gun. this comes as racial tensions rise in minnesota after police shot and killed a man last week. protesters are demanding to see the video of the shooting. today is the 52nd anniversary of president jf kennedy's
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this is footage of kennedy in new hampshire in the snow. he was shot in dallas, texas. you can use interactive to trace the tragic event. 70 people were killed in a landslide in myanmar. and 100 are missing, most of them are villagers from a mon. and the president was in malaysia. and he was talking about isis in light of the terror attacks in france. an update on the situation in paris is coming up in our next half hour. >> illinois is digging out from the first snowfall of the season. more than a foot fell. the officers responded to more than 40 calls of cars in ditches. now a deep freeze is across the midwest with temperatures polypinging down to the single
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still to come. santa has come early. every toy in this store was purchased by one woman. what she plans to do with it all, that's next. you're looking live at the mill
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spark new innovation... and create millions of new jobs. solving our climate crisis starts with 50% clean energy by 2030. so, what are we waiting for? amy: >> now, meteorologist josh judge
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josh: a chilly start to our sunday though it's not as cold as the next several mornings. even though it feels cool out there. the temperatures mostly at or move the freezing mark of 32 and milder than it will be this time for the next several mornings. it will be much colder tomorrow morning at this time. let's take a look out there. there are a new scattered showers, but these are scattered and spotty out there. as you can see. there's a couple of areas in the higher terrain where there could be sleet or flakes mixing in, but, of course. as we told you yesterday, a lot of places will miss out on this. at times there could be a random scattered showers this morning. but really, random and so not everybody will see one. bee stay dry and it's mostly cloudy at the moment, but going through the day, we're going to peel away some of the clouds in western and northern new
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this cold front comes through. that means that western and northern new hampshire at least should see some breaks of today. however, if you're in southeastern, new hampshire, it's a different story because of the front that will develop and the front rolling through and a little bit of a wave along it to our south here, rolls on through and brings the chance of a few more shower to coastal new hampshire locations and a couple of scattered showers as i mentioned, watch the clouds begin to peel away in western new hampshire and the closer you are to the coast, the better chance of staying with some clouds and developing a few here. late today. so, just prior to sunset, and probably during the evening hours, there will be some scattered showers at times. continuing to move through. you can see how close of a call that is. but areas west of perhaps 93 up
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portsmouth and dover, areas west of those locations, i don't think you see any rain out of this tonight, just cloudy skies which then pull out overnight and we go to clear, sunny skies for monday, but monday, because that cold front rolling through, a much colder and very chilly air mass coming in for monday and tuesday, tuesday a mostly sunny day with a few clouds around as well. the temperatures tomorrow and tuesday, high temperatures are going to be in the 30's and lower 40's. here is today's highs though with a bit of a variable forecast, really, depends on your location today and then for tonight, look at chillier conditions, the overnight lows in the teens to the north and just the lower to mid 20's everywhere else. >> the week ahead is looking pretty good. not too shabby, lots of sunshine, chilly at the beginning of the week and then gradually getting milder, thanksgiving and friday, those days look quite good. mild, average temperatures.
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>> it's not unusual this time of year for people to donate a toy or two for those in needs. >> what is usual, a new york woman bought the entire contents of a toy store and then gave it away. michael scotto has the story. >> every year carol donates to some of the city's poorest children. when she walked by the shuttered toy and stationary store with a for rent sign in the window, she had an idea. when i saw this toy store, i realized i could do it on a grander scale for one year. >> she contacted the owner of hudson party store and proposed buying everything inside. >> we talked and negotiated and i bought the toy store. >> by store, she means thousands of toys and stuffed animals and boxes of school supplies, too. >> she bagged it up and donated it to the city's department of homeless services just in time
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i've been doing this for years ap we have many generous sponsors and people do toy drives and a lot of giving. i have to say this is the first time anybody bought out an entire store and donated to children in shelters. >> she says she usually donates hundreds of toys to give as birthday gifts. she and her husband once owned a successful technology company. >> children is my focus, a lot of foster kids get a lot of used things and probably a lot of them never had a birthday gift they wanted thanks to her spending spree at least thousands of children could have a present to open. >> i know everyone could use a gift during the holidays. >> makes you believe. josh: that must have been fun
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as much enjoyment as the kids do. >>. i don't have to choose, just take everything. amy: oh, to have the power to do that. and a company that makes great wine and gives back to the community.
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to chipotle restaurants has caused 45 illnesses in six states. the six states, washington, oregon, california, minnesota, new york and ohio. some people were so sick they needed to be hospitalized. the c.d.c. says a single ingredient is it likely the culprit, but have yet to identify it. we're featuring products made in the granite state. and sean mcdonald is looking at the business that helps out local farmers. sean: sweet baby vineyard was founded by louis. >> my wife's maid be name is sweet. and we have three babies. that's it. >> they moved to east kingston three years ago and now a brand new location in hampstead. >> we have space for 99 people
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beautiful grounds we plan to plant a 15 yard vineyard. >> they're dedicated to using fruits in new hampshire. >> strawberrieses and blueberries from new hampshire and you have to go across the border to get our cranberries from massachusetts. if anybody knows any new hampshire cranberry producers, i'd love to know. >> and these people traveled for the wine. >> and louis says his best seller is the blueberry wine and sweet baby has won awards in more than 50 international wine competitions, keeping with its dedication to locally grown fruit, sweet baby vineyard
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amy: that was sean mcdonald reporting. you can find sweet baby wines at state. and to order or head online, head over to sweetbabyvineyard.com. if you planned to hit the slopes, mother nature did not cooperate so opening day has been delayed until tuesday at 9 a.m. they anticipate having three lifts open and hope to have five trails over. nearly a year ago, new hampshire got hit by one of its largest power outages in history. it came at the start of the holiday weekend, leaving granite staters scrambling to adjust their plans. it took power companies five days to get everybody back on the grid. >> if anything, the thanksgiving
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the investments that we've been making. amy: josh judge looks at why it caused so many problems and what the utilities are doing to prevent it from happening again. here is chase coming up in the next half hour of news 9 this morning. and devastating injuries, more information released about a belmont crash with three people inside. and commitment 2016, new jersey governor chris christie weighing in on isis and national security
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. wmur, news 9 this morning. >> good morning, it's 6:30, i'm amy coveno. we begin with a live look at goffstown and here is a look at hour. a teenager was seriously hurt in saturday morning. investigators say a 21-year-old
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when his car left the road and overturned. chris christie, continuing his visit to the granite state and last night he held a rally in windham, an al-qaeda group are claiming attack in mali. a massachusetts woman was there. hi josh. josh: 35 right there at the seacoast about mostly cloudy skies, not only there, but everywhere else around the state as well. there's your temperatures about the lower 30's who as high as the upper 30's in parts of the upper valley and western new hampshire. and there's a look at a couple of showers that rolled through. mostly spotty, mixed showers, a bit of snowflake activity and higher to the north and a few to the west as well. it's widely scattered and most
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upper 40's to lower 50's. another chance for showers this evening in southeastern, new hampshire, especially as you get near the coast. but things brighten up from there. we take a look at your holiday week ahead in a few minutes. >> a rollover crash in belmont leaves two people injured and a charges. they say that tevin mitchell was speeding down seavey road and crashed through a stone wall and flipped upside down. a 17-year-old girl suffered serious injuries and a 22-year-old passenger was treated for minor injuries. mitchell is charged with aggravated dwi and endangering a minor. a little girl known around the world as baby doe will soon be laid to rest. the ceremony for bella bonds. the two-year-old's body was
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her body washed ashore in a trash bag from deer island back in june. we didn't learn who she was until september. she'll be buried next to her great-grandmother. charged. >> a woman broke into a home and kidnapped the toddler she used to baby sit. authorities say a lyndon albers was taken from her home and she was found naked with her head shade on the side of the road on friday. abigail hanna is charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. she will be arraigned tomorrow morning. we turn to the. >> could --
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chris christie it turning to windham windham. >> chris christie entered a packed room at jonathan's lounge at park lanes. his second town hall and kicked off with an endorsement from former state senator. bob latourno. he started off addressing the attacks in paris. >> paris was an intelligence failure, everybody. she was planning that thing for a while and over multiple countries, no one caught them about of hand. christie was asked what he would do with isis. >> the borders would be secured, and enhance our intelligence capability. third, we've got to make sure we get with our allies in the middle east and let them understand that we're going to stand with them in this fight
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>> christie said he would not allow syrian refugees to come to the united states. while many at the town hall say that national security should be a top priority. this man doesn't agree, but christie says there's no other way. >> if we let people in who we cannot effectively vet, then we are putting at risk your life and his and his and his. and as president of the united states, my first job is to protect your life and his and his and his. >> christie defended his experience after his personal experience of 9/11. >> my job is to make sure there isn't another generation of widows and orphans because of an attack on the homeland.
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yesterday, started in manchester with a meet and greet with the vietnamese community and wilmont, hooksett. and john kasich also with a start in berlin, with the hospital and the craft fair. and the g.o.p. hopeful signed copies of his book "stand for something", and kasich wrapped up the day with a house party in dover. belgium's capital city is on lockdown after the government warned terrorists were planning an attack similar to the one in paris last week. people woke up to basically empty streets as they're searching for the man, and sports events. >> there's less people out,
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aren't going to bomb anybody. >> authorities believe that that one of the men involved in the attack in paris could be there. his friends admitted they picked him up. >> the government in mali declared a state of emergency and three days of mourning. massachusetts native anita datar was known as an experts in global health. >> she wanted peace and the fact that her life was taken because of such terrorism, it's sad and heart breaking. former secretary of state hillary clinton says she knew datar during her part in senate. and she called her a loving mother to her seven-year-old son. three new ebola cases were
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country was declared' the officials aren't sure how they contracted ebola. and sierra leone announced troises ebola free. the magic christmas parade with bands and dancers and santa claus, of course. our own kevin skarupa along with hayley lapointe. communities are looking forward to this each year and for some this year's gathering was more special. >> it's amazing after what happened in paris. it feels like the country is divided and to see the community come together, makes you feel closer. >> this is the 64th year this parade has been held and a bristol boy got his wish. make-a-wish new hampshire wanted
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nine-year-old kenneth who is battling sarcoma, cancer. he threw some passes, i imagine yesterday, got a jersey and was on the field for the coin toss, but that's not all. make-a-wish told him he'll also be going to disney world this february. oh. we hope you stay with us. coming up next, unh football tries to impress the playoff selection committee with a big win. see how the wildcats took down the black bears. josh: we're expecting variable conditions, some clouds and scattered showers, afternoon sunshine. where it could rain tonight and a look at your holiday week ahead forecast. >> coming up in new hampshire's business. the battle between retailers and
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. >> welcome to new hampshire's business, i'm fred kocher, and this credit card, see that
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that is a chip for payment of a credit card, when you make a payment at a store and it's supposed to give security that will help make transactions more secure, cannot be duplicated on a counterfeit card. now, here, the new hampshire retailers are really concerned about what this conversion is all about. because we're converting to microchip cards. they say it doesn't protect consumers enough against fraud and more risk with merchants and imposes new costs on merchants and the conversion is disorganized nationwide. with me now are two people who know this well. one is dennis de paulo, specialty stores. welcome. >> thank you. and curtis barry, represents the new hampshire retail association in their legislative and regulatory affairs. nice to have you here. curtis, the issue that the new hampshire retail association is really looking at here in a nutshell.
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>> sure, the new cards as you he thinks med come with -- as you mentioned comes with a chip and they're pressing the banks system to have had a pin along with the chip. it's my understanding far fewer than half of the cards in circulation have the chip at all, but they're issuing them with a chip and signature system. amy: chip and signature, but not chip and pin. >> you're signing the receipt. four digit pin like with your atm or open your smart phone is far more secure than the chip and signature system. amy: why didn't they go with the pin? >> it's up to the banks and we don't know. they've given some excuses. they don't make sense because as i said, the pin system provides far more security and reduces data breach fraud. amy: which is used in europe. >> it is and proven to reduce
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amy: dennis, your specialty. >> seasonal, pool tables, hot tables. amy: what have you done to get ready for the microchip card? >> we ended up doing $10,000 for equipment. and $100 a month for the equipment and the processor is not able to work for us. >> why is that? >> if they didn't have enough time to do everything-- >> they is the banks? >> the credit card companies. amy: credit card companies, yes. >> and they didn't have time to do the data work and work to get it done. because this is done for the entire country on the same-- >> the transition has been underway for a year and a half and by october 1st the cards were supposed to be ready.
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>> banks haven't sent out all of the cards. as processors very haven't been but they don't work. >> has anybody told you when it is work? >> no, they've told us why it's so difficult for them, but they're not sure when they're going to be ready. >> this is particularly onerous for small business cards because the big businesses can ab soared the costs and small businesses can't. >> it's not a significant cost, i think that some businesses are, and some choosing to take a little bit of a risk. but the retail industry nationwide in new hampshire supports the chip in the card because it adds security, but the important piece is adding the pin to the system. >> where is this going? >> that's a good question. several attorney general signed onto a letter urging banks to include the pin and further discussion is coming along.
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>> are more swiping the cards or using the microchip. >> they're seeing it and trying to use the microchip, but it doesn't work. amy: so they have to swipe. the seasonal specialty shops. and curtis barry helping the retailer association, thank you, we made the point. if you want to see the interview again, go to wmur.com and click on news and click on project economy. >> and now, meteorologist josh judge with your forecast. josh: it's a chilly start to the day, but it will be a lot colder tomorrow. there's cold air settling in. one last day with temperatures a few degrees above average. we're in the 30's right now. at this time tomorrow morning, we will likely be a good 10 to 15 degrees colder, if not more
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we are right now. >> the last 12 hours, showing a few scattered mixed showers, yes, some sleet and some snowflakes in the higher terrain, but these are widely scattered, spotty showers, meaning hit and miss in a lot of places being missed. there's a few more showers farther to the west in eastern new york and a couple could roll through as well. the big take away from this, most of us stay dry, just a few communities will see the showers roll through. after that, it depends where you are for the rest of today. areas farther west and north, you're going to see, breaks of sunshine developing, down to maybe about concord or manchester and then from these areas, closer to the southeastern new hampshire and the coast, you're going to stay mostly cloudy with the chance of a couple of evening showers, some rain showers could be around as well. pan this way to show you the system that brought the snow to chicago and the midwest. watch it falling apart and more
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headed into canada this morning and that means just the cold front is pulling on through today. it does a couple of things, brings the shower chances and brings in much colder air. check out the temperatures that into tomorrow. so tomorrow and the next couple of days, it's going to be much, today will stay above average and again, a couple of the scattered showers could roll through, but for the most part we're staying dry. by mid day and into the afternoon hours, breaks of sunshine developing, but watch southeastern new hampshire, not only does it stay cloudier, but some rain showers from an ocean system will just clip southeastern new hampshire. just prior to sunset or during the early evening hours and then off and on through the nighttime hours and may end up pass a brief snow flurry, and we are clear and high and dry with temperatures on the chilly side. a cold monday and tuesday during
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nighttime forecast for the next couple of nights as well. it's all because of the dip in the vet stream and the colder air pushing in. we go through the first half of the week and brings in chillier air and calm skies, but the ridge is in mid, late week. if we're in for thursday and black friday, things are looking better with temperatures and higher average. either side of 50 degrees, variable conditions and then for the week ahead, as you can see, chilly to start the week, highs in the 30's and 40's for tomorrow, and chilly conditions at night. now, let's check out sports. >> now, news 9 sports. >> boston bruins hosting the toronto maple leaves. front end of a home and home series. no score with less than four minutes relang in regulation. and charra, and then fires, no
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bruins leading 1-0. reimer with the empty net goal. and bruins win. and at wireless arena, into the zone, gets through, two defenders himself to score the goal. 1-0 manchester. monarchs on the power play. fires it home as manchester goes on to win, 5-1. college hockey. new hampshire taking on a tough boston college team. first period, wildcats down 1-0. on the power play is matt dawson, and scores his third of the season, drives in at one. a couple of auburn natives, dudack and stanford, picks up the assist on the goal.
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win 6-3. let's see if they can do it in their season finale. first quarter, rolling left and dumps it off for the touchdown. and unh over maine. second quarter, breaks free for a 43 yard touchdown run. a couple of good cutbacks here. puts the wildcats up 13-0. and 22-6 makes their record 7-4. see you later today if they get a shot at the scf playoffs. and earning a share of the ivy league title. big green, 17-10. and williams threw the game winning touchdown with 24 seconds left in the game. so dartmouth gets a share of the ivy league crowd. all 6-1 is in conference. that's only the third time in ivy league history that all
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the patriots host the buffalo bilts for monday night football and you can have kickoff. dancing with the stars at me-tv and that's carried on the channels listed right there on your screen and over the air on 9.2. you can also watching the show on demand the next day at abc.com. still ahead here on news 9 this pmorning, snowy situation, but not everybody is bummed out about the recent snowfall in the midwest. how this polar bear spent his day. >> now to our u local shotshot. we love it.
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>> well, the midwest has seen a disappointed. josh: how about suka, the polar bear, having the time of her wisconsin. the zoo's arctic passage exhibit has been specially designed for the bear's habitat in the arctic. and the snow is an added bonus. she's having a ball. amy: maybe use some company. josh: i'd enjoy that, too, if i
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you need to dress up, it's cold. and that is going to be not as cold as that, but the arctic air that's there is headed in this direction, it's going to chill down after the cold front rolls through. through. >> the news continues at the top of the hour. coming up next, new details on a deadly crash in antrim. what we've learned overnight.
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>> now on news 9, a head-on collision in antrim claims the lives of two people. the latest in this ongoing investigation. run over by a speed boat in paradise. a keene man gravely injured. the fund raising efforts underway to help him get back on his feet. josh: we're tracking a few mixed showers this sunday morning. we'll check the radar and check ahead on the holiday week. amy: tons of turkey, it's a tradition 15 years long. hundreds of families will be able to enjoy a thanksgiving dinner this week. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, new hampshire. 7:00 on it sunday, november 22nd.
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we'll get to our top stories in just a minute, first, josh judge is in the weather center with a look at the weekend forecast. hi, josh. josh: we had a couple of showers in some areas. we pan across the hill tops and you can see the cloud out there and 35 degrees. we're above that 32 degree mark, but a few spots have seen a few mixed sprinkles in the form of some sleet or snowflakes in the hooer ter higher terrain. these could roll through central and northern new hampshire and gep, very spotty showers and don't expect any widespread rain. today, highs in the upper 40's to lower 50's and sunshine develops and clouds hang tough to the southeast. the details on that and your holiday week ahead in a few minutes. amy: two people are dead after a crash on route 9 in antrim. this happens just before 7:00 last night. it appears a 18-year-old driver lost control of his car driving
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crossing the center line and hitting a toyota rav 4 head-on. 67-year-old janet withington and james bouchard with killed. the cause remains under investigation. a keene business owner was seriously hit in the caribbean after he was hit and dragged by a boat. he was flown to boston for treatment last night. wmur's mike cronin spoke with family and friends who are helping to raise john binney's medical costs. when he's here he's open seven days a week. a friendly grocer, he calls himself the captain. he has a long road to recovery before he's back behind the register. [laughter] >> inside the elm street market in keene, everyone is family. >> we're kind of an old school neighborhood store. >> for now the shop is missing
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john binney has owned the store for the past four years and is also a sailor and spends time on his sail boat in st. maarten. he was headed back to shore on his dingy, he was hit by a speed boat. >> the boat was going fast, 10 to 15 knots. 30 miles per hour, went up and over the dingy and dragged him. >> his family says the boat eventually stopped when someone on board noticed binney was being dragged. among his injuries, he fractured both shoulder blades, four ribs, shattered his pelvis and showed signs of drowning. >> it's rough and scary, but he's ok and he'll be ok and that's where the focus is, right? >> there's nothing you can say derogatory about the guy when it comes to him and being a family man and loving and caring.
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injuries are too much to treat in st. maarten. the expenses are costing tens of thousands of dollars and his family set up an online fund raising page to cover costs. they hope they'll recover in return to the helm soon. >> we're awed by people and anything helps. so far they've raised more than $4,000. if you'd like to help the family, we'll post a link to the fund raising page. in keene, mike cronin, wmur news 9. amy: the family of a man burned at the taiwan water park will take down the funding page. they've raised $105,000.
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90% of his body was burned. she says that they escaped isis and now are looking for a place to live. >> what do we do? do we go back and get slaughtered? norah says the conversations with family overseas are heart breaking. 14 were living in syria, including grandmother tthree uncles, wives and small children. in september most escaped syria, one family with a small baby couldn't take the dangerous trek around isis. >> if your jeans are too tight, if you don't have a beard, if they know you're not-- you don't believe and adhere to their ideologies, if you look too western, they will kill you. they will kill you. >> they left everything behind to reach safety in turkey. >> there's 11 in one-bedroom apartment. turkey won't permit them to work because they don't consider
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they won't give them any kind of rights. they consider them refugees. >> now, norah, who was born in syria and moved to the u.s. as a little girl wants her family to join her in america. she launched a fund raising page to help with food, rent and travel to a safe zone and disheartened to hear refugees denied in united states. >> in they weren't treated with dignity. and after the interview the kids were crying. the guy who interviewed them wouldn't look them in the eye. >> jean mackin, wmur news 9. amy: the countdown to thanksgiving is underway and yesterday, hundreds of people lined up outside new horizons in manchester to receive the fixing for a free thanksgiving meal. the soup kitchen and shelter received the donated meal from a
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they passed them out to pantry families. the event has been held for more than 15 years. this year, the shelter is giving out more than a thousand thanksgiving meals. >> we planned to help the community and it's amazing around here, you see the volunteers, not to mention the donors and the people that come out in hannaford stores. amy: if you missed out, worry not. more meals will be passed out at new horizons from 11:00 to 2:00. new market police are collecting toys. officers hosted the stuff a cruiser saturday at rite aid. all go to the families through the operation santa program. coming up on news 9, a winter storm slamming parts of the midwest. the concern is that some areas of waking up in deep creek locations.
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>> good morning. welcome back. here is meredith. it's cloudy and we've seen a couple of varied, widely scattered showers and just in a few spots. much of us staying dry. variable conditions. some seeing sun closer to the coast and clouds and showers later today and tonight. details with that on futurecast and the week ahead coming up. >> a fire broke out in one of the skyscrapers yesterday. firefighters were injured when the blaze started on the 50th floor of the john hancock tower. some people living on the floor are displaced and the iconic building has offices, shops and observation desk for touristsment today marks a somber first anniversary in the
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the 12-year-old cleveland boy who was shot after brandishing what was believed to be a pellet gun. right now they're deciding whether criminal charges to be against the officers. >> police officers r police officer shot and killed a man and protesters are demanding to see the video of the shooting. today marks the 52nd anniversary of president john f. kennedy's assassination. this is video of kennedy in nashua where he started his campaign for president with a simple speech in the show. jfk was shot to death while in his motorcade in dallas, texas. you can visit the website, wmur.com and use our interactive map to trace that in our nation's history. illinois digging out from the first snowfall of the season. more than a foot in some areas. officers responded to more than 40 calls of cars in ditches. now, a deep freeze has set in
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temperatures plunging to the single digits. still to come here this morning. santa has some competition this year. every single toy in in store was purchased by one woman. what she plans to do with it that's next. it's 7:12 on this sunday morning, a live look across the
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>> now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch 9 forecast. >> on this sunday morning, we begin with temperatures in the 30's, pretty much everywhere around the entire state this morning, anywhere from the lower 30's in places like rochester at 32, berlin at 33. plymouth 32, to the upper 30's, lebanon and keen, both reporting in at 37 degrees, here is what's going on around new hampshire. we had a couple of scattered showers, even some mixed showers in areas with higher terrain and there could be a couple more scattered showers. these are mainly hit or miss so you can see them moving through parts of new york and vermont. still the chance of a few more showers and one or two swimming the coast. widely scattered, most of us stay dry out of this system. the temperatures behind it though, this is a cold front rolling through and bringing in
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while to take hold, but by tonight and into tomorrow, we definitely start noticing the cold temperatures for sure. so, will there be more showers, yeah, a couple more are possible in some locations and widely scattered before clearing starts to move in for this afternoon. and by late morning or mid day, we're dry and this afternoon, we're dry most places, that said with an asterisk, because southeastern, new hampshire, there could be a couple of scattered showers or not scattered showers, a couple of showers, rather, in areas near the coast and eastern parts of rockingham county, late day today and tonight and for the system that will move by, through the ocean, skirting new england and just bringing the chance of some showers there. everywhere else, we go back to cloudy after a partly sunny afternoon. so it's a variable to earthquake -- it's a variable forecast, and chilly conditions, mostly in the
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upper 30's and lower 40's for tomorrow, tuesday more of the same. big patriots game tomorrow night with the colder air rolling in, if you're headed to the game. check it out. the beginning of the game, lower 30's. if you're headed to the game, bundle up. it sinks down into the 20's by the end of the game. chilly stuff there. later on this week though, things start to get milder as high pressure slides off to the east and return flow brings up milder conditions, 45 to 55 for thanksgiving. so a chilly start to the week although bright and then the end of the week, thursday and friday in particular. getting milder, high pressure overhead brings even milder air on friday, for black friday, we are looking at temperatures probably in the upper 40's, low and mid 50's, maybe some upper 50's, probably not. maybe in some locations, a check for today's high temperature. either side of 50 degrees, pretty much everywhere, spotty morning showers, turning into
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of late day and evening showers in coastal locations as we showed you there, the week ahead, bright and dry all week long, but mildest late in the week and a couple of chilly days upcoming week. >> the end of november, you expect it, you really do. >> it's not unusual this time of year for people to donate a toy or two to those in need. >> what is usual. a new york woman bought the entire contents of a toy store and giving it all away. reporter michael scotto has the story. >> every year, she donates to some of the city's poorest children. when she walked by a shuttered store, with a for rent sign in the window, she had an idea. >> when i saw this, i realized i could do it on a grander scale for this one year. >> she contacted the owner of
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inside. >> we talked and negotiated and i bought the toy store. >> it was toys and stuffed animals and boxes of school supplies, too, she bagged did up and donated it to the department of homeless services in time for the holidays. >> i've done this for many years and we have generous sponsors and toy giving, but it's the first time somebody bought out the store and gave it to the shelter children. >> she usually donates gifts for birthdays. the west village philanthropist has the means to do it. she and her husband once owned a successful technology company. >> children are my focus, i realized foster kids get a lot of used things and probably a lot of them never had a birthday gift that they actually wanted. >> thanks to the toy buying spree, thousands of homeless
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at least one present to open. >> i know everyone could use a gift around the holidays. >> coming up next on news 9 this morning. reducing your energy costs. the simple things you can do to stay warm this winter without breaking the bank. in our next half hour of news 9
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>> the e. coli outbreak linked to the chipotle outbreak linked to six states, washington, oregon, california, minnesota, new york, and ohio. 16 people were so sick, they needed to be hospitalized. the c.d.c. says a single ingredient is likely the culprit. they have yet to identify it. and a conservation trust has announced that the bean hill farm will continue to be available for farming and forest management. the farm's manager donated 88 acres of the farm solely for conservation efforts. the conservation easement now ensures that that farm will never be developed. >> with the weather turning colder, a lot of people thinking about ways to reduce their heating and energy costs, while
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about that all year long. erin fehlau tells you there are simple things to do that won't break the bank. >> and heating water for your dishwasher, shower and faucets. reducing your hot water consumption will help to save money. for instance, when possible wash your clothes in cold water. about 90% of energy used by a washington machine goes to heating the water and you can use a programmable thermostat to lower the heat in your home when no one is there and that programmable thermostat can save you as much as $115 a year. >> to stop the air from moving. more than insulation, it's air ceiling, weather stripping. if you can safely control the flow of air through the building, you're going to avoid hot spots and cold spots and more comfortable throughout the space.
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have the same effect as a one skwa i remember-- square foot hole in the wall, that includes your fireplace and chimney. >> you can expects a 20% increase in comfort by doing air ceiling in the proper places. >> erin fehlau, wmur news 9. amy: we've covered several other important tips and ideas during our series this month. to check them out head to 0 your website, wmur.com. if you were hoping to hit the ski trails, you may have to wait a few more plans. bretton planned to open up today according to their facebook page. but mother nature is not cooperating. but hope to have three lifts and five trails over. nearly a year ago, new hampshire was hit by one of its largest power outage in history, it came
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weekend and left people scrambling to change their plans. it took five days to get everyone on the grid. >> if anything, the storm underscored the need for what we're doing. amy: meteorologist josh judge looks at why that storm caused problems and what utility companies are doing. here is our next half hour of news 9 this morning. >> criminal charges and devastating injuries. more information released in a belmont crash, with people inside. new jersey governor chris christie weighs in on isis and national security with new
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do.
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amy: good morning, it's 7:30, i'm amy coveno. we begin with a live look at meredith. 36 degrees, a little foggy there on the big lake this morning. a look at top stories on the half hour. a teen was seriously hurt in a crash in belmont. they say that a 21-year-old was speeding and intoxicated when his car left the road and overturned. chris christie will be in bedford today. last night he was in windham. a group is claiming responsibilities for the attack in mali. a massachusetts native was one of the people kicked in last week's attack. we'll get to those stories, but first let's check with josh judge in the weather center. you're over there now. josh: yes, i am. tracking a couple of showers in a few spots, but it's dry most everywhere. there is windham with 34 degrees and the temperatures in the 30's
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here are scattered showers and still, a few more swills or widely scattered or spotty shower here and there. again, no big deal and only a few spots seeing them. otherwise, clouds will break for some sunshine, especially in northern and western new hampshire. southeastern new hampshire likely stays the cloudiest with some evening showers and late day showers a possibility near the coast. so, overall, not a bad day. it's the mild day for sure and it's colder and we'll talk about that in your weekend forecast. amy: a rollover crash in belmont leaves two people injured and belmont police say that tevin mitchell was speeding on saturday morning when the car left the roads and crashed through a stone wall and flipped upside down. a 17-year-old girl suffered serious injuries and a 22-year-old passenger treated for minor injuries. mitchell now charged with
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endangering the welfare of a minor. the little girl known around the world as baby doe will be laid to rest. a private funeral for bella bond is next saturday in winthrop, massachusetts. the two-year-old's body was released to her father. it was inside a crash bag on deer island back in june. we didn't learn who she was until september. she will be buried by her grandmother. her mother and boyfriend are being charged. officers say lyndon albers was taken from her home in hamilton thursday night. the toddler was found naked on the side of the road with her head shaved. 21-year-old abigail hanna is charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. she's held without bail and will
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we turn now to election. and chris christie's flight was canceled. and then he was in stratham for a town hall at a bar and bowling alley. kristen carosa was there. kristen: chris christie entered a packed place at park lanes. christie kicked off with an endorsement from former state senator, bob letourneau. >> he's the right man for the job job. kristen: he started off addressing paris. failure, everybody. they were planning for a while and no one caught them beforehand. during the town hall, krissie was asked what he would do about
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>> isis, and coming across pourous borders. second, we've got to enhance our intelligence capability. we've got to make sure to get with our allies in the middle east and let them understand we're going to stand with them in this fight against isis. kristen: he said he would not allow syrian refugees to come into the united states. and while national security would be a priority, this man doesn't agree. christie says-- >> if we let people in we can't affecttively vet we're putting at risk your life and his and his and his. as president of the united states, my first job is to protect your life and his and his and his. >> christie defended his decision based on his personal experience of september 11th, 2001. >> my number one priority as a leader in this country is to make sure that there's not an another generation of widows and
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terrorist attack on the homeland. >> kristin carosa news 9. amy: and lindsey graham will continue his tour with john mccain. yesterday the presidential candidate started with a meet and greet with the vietnamese-american community and he stopped in hooksett and bedford. and ohio governor john kasich started his da i -- day in berlin with a stop at the hospital and the craft fair and signed copies of his book "stand for something" and attended a town hall. he wrapped up with a house party in dover. belgium's capital city is still in lockdown after the government warned there were plans like those in paris.
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>> on streets of brussels, police and soldiers outnumbered pedestrians as the government raised the level to the highest level. >> should be more people walking around. >> fears of a paris style attack. >> it's a serious threat. >> have put the belgium capital on edge and on guard. >> there's less people out, probably means that terrorists aren't going to bomb anybody. >> and adding to the fears, somewhere behind the locked down and streets may be the man that got away. salah abdelslam, he's shown in the surveillance. two friends admit they picked him up in paris after last week's terror attacks and drove him back to belgium. authorities are trying to learn how the alleged mastermind abdelhamid abaaoud, managed to
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and mourners were tl here, and the american band eagles of death metal were on the stage. and they were able to kill everyone except for is kid hiding under my leather jacket. >> and worries that scenes like these may be the new normal. richard cant tu, abc news, new york. >> an african jihadist group have claimed responsibility for the attack on a hotel. the government declared a state of emergency and three days of mourning. massachusetts native anita datar was killed in the attack and she was known as an expert global health. >> she's for peace and that her
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is sad and heartbreaking. amy: former secretary of state says she knew datar during her time in the senate. and she says she was a good mother to her 7-year-old son. and people were allowed to enjoy dancers and spectators say they look forward to the community event each other and for some, this year's gathering was more special. especially after what happened in paris, because it feels like the country is decided right now and so to see the community together makes you feel closer. amy: this is the 64th year this parade has been held. we hope you stay with us. winter. after all of the snow we had last season, will this winter be any better? we break it down for you. josh: oh, we'll wait and see about that, but i can tell you about today.
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be back above average, but one last day. we'll take a look at what to expect in a minute. . amy: the boston bruins ral will i late against the toronto maple leafs. i'm todd from aarp riding through the mill yards to make some noise for all the real possibilities we're providing right here in our community because if you don't think real possibilities in greater manchester when you think aarp then you don't know "aarp" maybe you've caught our movies for grownups series or heard about how our
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>> it's certainly a question many people have been pondering since last year's epic winter. our own meteorologist hayley lapointe has a look at the team's weather forecast and it may not be what you expected. >> are we in for it again? this was the scene from last year in southern new hampshire, which most of us won't soon be forgetting. our backs are still recovering from that 100 inches plus of snow, and that some of us got. can we take another round this year? well, it looks like we won't have to. el nino is back and this winter it's probably going to be one of the strongest on record. now, during an el nino, the water off the coast of the pacific near the equator heats
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going on, because look at the toasty temperatures. the ocean water is warm. now, this crazy warmth likely strengthened hurricane patricia. which ended up being the strongest ever in the eastern pacific and atlantic. el nino not only affects the weather globally, but also here in new hampshire. here is what a typical el nino does to the weather across the u.s. the jetstream is nearly on sop of us, you can see that there or to the north. that means the deep arctic cold stays locked in place north of us and slightedly milder air remains. some may not produce just snow. messy mix. >> to get an idea what it looks like here in new hampshire, we
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winter much 1997 and 1998. there was one big snowstorm two days before christmas. here is video of new london. >> the roads are closed-- course remember from that winter is the ice storm of january of 1998. areas of new england and new york were devastated. some people were out of power for weeks. that winter, we ended up with 59.1 inches of snow. now, the average amount of snow for concord is about 63 inches. you can see that here. that's what we would get in any given year. keep in mind, we're comparing one winter here, that's a small sample size, 97-98, but gives us a good idea. now, of the five past strongest el nino years, all, but one year had below average snowfall. so we'll hear that. temperatures for more than half of the strong el neno years was
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this is for the 2015-2016 season. temperatures will be fairly mild. not 70's, but a couple of degrees warmer than usual. an active storm track tied to el nino should deliver storms so the precipitation calls for a wetter season, but keep in mind we may not get all snow. right now, it looks like the worst of winter may arrive after christmas. january and february, taking into consideration, past el nino's, current weather patterns and this winter looks this way to say the least. >> now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch forecast. josh: the temperatures above average about you not the next couple of mornings as colder temperatures come in. a couple of scattered, widely
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mixed elevations. there's a lull now and there's a few that are for the southern parts of the state and central new hampshire. you could have a random shower or two. as i've been saying all day and yesterday, this is not a big deal, maybe you see a shower, but most of us stay dry. again we start to see some of the clouds peel away in western new hampshire and northern parts of the state. breaks of sun, but colder air will be streaming in. this is the cold air mass and takes all day to push in. it's tonight into tomorrow that you start to notice the temperature differences. let's take a look at futurecast, first of all, and show you a couple of the showers overnight and maybe just a sprinkle or a shower more going through the morning hours. and then pa bit of a break in the mid day and early afternoon hours to the north and west and then clouds start to fill in again as another area of precipitation after the ocean, a little coastal system gets close to us, makes a close swipe at
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some showers to southeastern new hampshire, extreme southeastern new hampshire, close to the coast. so, you should stay dry if you're away from the areas, but you'll see breaks of sun developing later this morning and afternoon and clouds may fill back in again and late day or evening showers around southeastern and coastal new hampshire locations, it pulls away and as you can see, the clouds clear away, lots of sunshine and a chilly start tomorrow and a chilly day. the highs only in the upper 30's to lower 40's, then a very cold night, monday night into tuesday, tuesday more sunshine, maybe a few flurries in the mountains and another chilly one out there. the dip in the jetstream is what's bringing in this cooler air air, but it's only for a quick stint. watch the warmer air return, the jetstream re
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and look ahead to thanksgiving. the area of high pressure slipping off shore and because of the high pressure, it brings up the milder air. 45 to 55 for thanksgiving. average temperatures as well, many of us will be in the 50's for that day. so, for today, it's right around a little bit above average, but not much. highs today will be in the upper 40's and lower 50's, and then, as you can see, tonight will be a chilly one as the temperatures, this week, start off cold. but we're bright all week long, and getting milder toward the end of the week. >> we have been charmed. >> and we still continue to have a good streak ahead. >> thanks, josh. >> it's 7:48, an update to the top stories, two people are dead after a crash in antrim last night. a car lost control, crossed the center line, police do not
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a role here. a man was hit by a speed boat in the caribbean. and belgium has alert at the highest level as they are searching for a man involved in the paris attacks. his friends drove him after the attacks, they believe. >> bruins taking on the toronto maple leafs. check out the highlight. third period we go, no score with less than four minutes remaining in regulation. trotman to charra. no chance for reimer with the charra's laser. bruins lead 1-0. time winding down, leaves reimer for the extra skater, but holds strong. marchand adds an empty-net goal
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and tuukka rask stopped the shots. and first period, no score, into the zone, gets through two defenders to score the goal. 1-0 monarchs and then here, alex rousch on the power play. the one-timer, 2-zip. 2-1, monarchs on the man advantage. gets it through for the monarchs goal as manchester wins 5-1. college hockey, new hampshire, taking on a tough boston college people that has 12 nhl drafted players. on the power play, matt dawson drifted towards his first goal. season and ties it at one. a couple of auburn natives on the eagle. and here in the second, sanford picks up the assist on the goal by doherty. bc up.
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the first of the season, but unh goes on to lose 6-3. >> one more time! unh in maine, senior day from the stadium. that would help them get into the scf playoffs. 7-0 unh. cross definitely looked it and crossing and breaks free for a 43-yard touchdown run. 13-0 cats. a touchdown scamper as unh goes on to win. and 22-6 that makes the wildcats record 7-4. find out if that's good enough to make the playoffs. dartmouth earned a share of the ivy league title. 17-10. the game winning touchdown with
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he'll share the ivy league crown in conference. only the third time in evie league history. three schools have finished tied for first. switching gears to granite state baseball dinner. and a fun event featuring local names in the baseball scene, current and former and fans and other fans directly benefitting from the auctions and donating, enjoying the event. money raised goes towards the children's hospital at dartmouth hitchcock, fishercats foundation and ted williams museum. >> it's always been a great event, raising money for great causes in new hampshire and that's what it's all about and it's also a great time to talk about baseball. >> all of these people want to do is help out as much as we possibly can. you know, whatever i can do to to my part i'm all for. >> you see some passionate fans and you're kind of hanging out with fans, but then, you're also
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>> definitely a great cause. i'm jim foley, that's a look at sports. >> the patriots will host the buffalo bills in this week's monday night football. you can catch the game here on wmur. kickoff is monday night at 8:30. that means dancing with the stars moves to me-tv. and it's carried on cable systems on the channels listed there on your screen. and over the air on 9.2. you can watch the show on demand the next day at wmur.com. still ahead, right here on news 9 this morning, a snowy situation, not everyone is upset about the recent snowfall in the midwest. how this polar bear spent his snow kay day. now to your u local hot shot. an incredible picture. gorgeous.
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>> the midwest has seen quite a bit of snow, not everyone is disappointed about the return of winter. josh: suka the polar bear, the zoo designed the habitat to resemble the arctic. amy: she looks happy. thanks to technology, a
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way to get around. he's been born with only his front legs. josh: he's been skooching around on the floor. in ohio university they're creating a wheels and harness for tumble to walk around on. printer technology. else. josh: i've got to look into that, maybe we can control the weather or something. here is a look at what's going on for the week ahead. a couple of scattered sprinkles today in some spots. otherwise clouds and breaks of sun briefly this afternoon and a dry week ahead for sure. amy: the news continues at the top of the hour. and an accident in antrim.
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it's been her fight for twenty years. something is wrong with our healthcare system and it needs to be fixed. then, it was about health reform and getting eight million kids covered. now, it's about stopping republicans from repealing obamacare, and taking on insurance companies to bring down drug prices. i'm not going to let any family be deprived of healthcare. i'm not going to let the republicans rip up obamacare and throw it away.
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>> now on news 9, a head-on collision in antrim claims the lives of two people. the latest in this ongoing investigation. run over by a speed boat in paradise, helping him get back on his feet. josh: we'll take a look at doppler radar, plus a check ahead during the holiday week. amy: tons of turkeys, a tradition 15 years strong. granite state generosity ensures
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. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, new hampshire, 8:00 on this sunday, november 22nd. i'm amy coveno. we will get to the top stories in a minute. first, josh judge is in the weather center with a look at the weekend forecast. >> we've got everything today. starting off cloudy and randomly scattered sprinkles or showers, not very many. most of us staying dry and we'll see breaks of sunshine through the day. concord at 33 degrees. 30's throughout the granite state and we've seen the temperatures edge up a degree or two this hour, but no major uptick just yet, but a little later on today there will be 40's, to maybe low 50's in a couple of spots. there's those showers that rolled through. extremely spotty and random hit and miss showers changing 0 he ever to breaks of sunshine later this morning and into the early afternoon. there could be some clouds and
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the showers will be limited to coastal regions. we've got a look at that and the holiday weekend ahead just minutes away. amy: two people are dead after a crash on route 9 in antrim, this night. it appears a 18-year-old driver lost control of his car, and driving off the road before crossing the center line, striking a toyota rav 4 head-on. ing with withington and bouchard were killed. the cause remains under investigation. a keene business owners was hit and dragged by a speed boat. he was flown to boston for treatment last night and mike cronin spoke with family and friends who are helping to raise medical costs. >> the market is open and when
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seven days a week. he's your friendly grocer and is known as the captain. he has a long road to recovery before he's behind the register. . >> inside the elm street market in keene, everyone is family. >> we're kind of an old school store. >> the captain is missing. john binney has opened the store and is a sailor and spends time on his sail boat in st. maarten. he with as headed back to shore on his dingy, and hit by speed boat. >> the boat was going up to 30 miles per hour and went over the did he thinky and dragged him. >> the boat stopped when they noticed that binney was being dragged. he fractured both shoulder blades, four ribs, his pelvis and showed signs of drowning.
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he's ok and he will be ok and that's where the focus is, right? >>. >> there's nothing you can say derogatory about the guy when it comes to him and just being a family man and loving and caring. >> binney can't move and his injuries are too complex to be treated in st. maarten. saturday, his wife flew home with him on an air ambulance through a hospital. the expenses cost tens of thousands of dollars and his family set up a fund raising page to recover the costs, they hope he'll recover soon. >> we're awed by people's support, any amount is amazing. >> so far people raised more than $4,000. if you'd like to help the binney family, visit this story on the website, and we'll post a link to the fund raising page. >> the family of a man burned in
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fund me page. they are say they're taking it down the end of this month, donors raised $105,000 to help with medical costs. over 90% of his body was burned in the accident. an a new hampshire woman is trying to bring her family from syria to the united states and she says they struggled to escape isis and now they're struggling just to find a safe place to live. our jean mackin spoke to her and has the family's story. >> what do we do? what do we do? do we go back and get slaughtered? what do we do? >> norah says the conversations with her family overseas are heartbreaking. 14 of them were living in syria, including her grandmother, three uncles, their wives and small children. in september, most of them escaped syria, one family with a small baby couldn't make the dangerous trek around isis. >> if your jeans are too tight, if you don't have a beard, if they know you're not--
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the ideologies and if you look to western, he will kill you. they will kill you. >> they left everything behind to reach safety in turkey. >> there's 11 of them in a one-bedroom apartment. turkey won't permit them to work because they don't consider them-- they won't give them any kind of rights. they consider them refugees. >> now, norah, born in syria and moved to the u.s. as a little girl, wants her family to join her in america. she launched a fund raising page to help with their food, rent and travel to a safe zone. she says she's disheartened to hear refugees being rejected by america and other nations. on monday, her family was denied turkey. >> people are afraid and weren't treated with any dignity and these people have already gone sad. because after the interview, the children were crying. the guy who interviewed them
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>> jean mackin, wmur news 9. amy: the countdown to thanksgiving is underway and yesterday hundreds of people lined up outside the soup kitchen, this he received the donated food from six food markets and sorted them and passed them out to families. this year they're giving a thousand meals. >> we're here to help and the community is amazing here. you've seen the volunteers, not to mention the donors and people that come out to happen ford -- hannaford store. if you miss out don't worry they will be doing this again. officer hosted a stuff a cruise event saturday at rite aid. all toys go through the
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>> good morning, welcome back. it's a foggy goffstown, and the temperatures in the 30's right now, headed into the 40's to some spots near 50 degrees. we could see some breaks of sun for a while this afternoon. we've got a look at your holiday week ahead a few minutes from now. one of the tallest skyscrapers yesterday. the blaze started on the 50th floor of the john hancock tower. the fire started in the apartment and fire officials say it's accidental. they have offices, shops and
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today marks the anniversary of tamir rice. he was brandishing what turned out to be a pellet gun. and deciding whether criminal charges will be filed against the officers. >> this comes as racial tensions rise in minnesota after police there last week. protesters are demanding to see video of the shooting. >> today is also the 52nd anniversary president john f. kennedy's assassination. he started his campaign for president with a simple speech in the show. he was shot to death while in the motorcade in dallas, texas. use our interactive map to retrace the event of our tragic day in our nation's history. and more than 70 people were killed in a landslide in myanmar. 100 people are missing and most
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scouring for jade. this morning, president obama wrapped up his nine-day visit abroad. south of myanmar in malaysia. he made a case for welcoming my grants and discussed the fight against isis in light of the terror in france. an update on the situation in paris is coming up in our next half hour. illinois is digging out from its first snowfall of the season. a chicago area police department reports officers responded to more than 40 calls of cars in ditches. now a deep freeze set off with temps plunging into a single digits. still to come here, santa has some competition this year. and every single toy in this store was purchased by one woman. what she plans to do with it all, that's next. it's 8:13 on a sunday morning, we leave you and head to the
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>> now, meteorologist joshing judge with your storm watch forecast. josh: we're starting off-- well, wrapping up the weekend and starting off the holiday week in good shape here. there's clouds and scattered
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here is a look over the big lake with some clouds, a little bit of fog out there. 36 degrees, and light winds out of the southwest, that southwest wind brings up slightly milder air and that will shift as the cold front rolls through the region, bringing a chillier air mass the next few days. mid and upper 30's in most spots now, we've seen them go up a few degrees in the last hour or so, and plenty of clouds at the moment. you see some of the widely scattered showers and very slight chance of another one in a spot or two this morning, but again, most of us stay dry and these are very few and far between. all right, as this front, this is a cold front, as it rolls through the region, it does two things, it brings chillier air, takes a long time to filter into tonight and tomorrow and also brings the showers and the chance of some breaks of sunshine as it pulls through this morning. so, a little later this morning,
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of sun for a little while, temperatures get up near 50 degrees for some, but then the front stalls and an ocean system rides up and skims the coast and that means a couple of showers of possibility for coastal locations in southeastern new hampshire. we showed you this system yesterday that brought all the snow to places like iowa, chicago, as much as half a foot to a foot of snow. the system is winding down and trucking up into canada and that's why we're only seeing some scattered showers out of this in a few spots, but what it does bring is the colder air, of course, and take a look at it. and certainly is impressive, you can notice the purple colors here, pink, purple, bringing down colder air already in the teens and 20's right now, that's headed in our direction and that's some numbers that we may be seeing here in the next couple of days for some chilly days, but bright days for monday and tuesday and parts of wednesday as well.
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may be a widely scattered shower this morning, and then a break of maybe some sun and clouds back and forth for a while. it should be fine later today. and then the clouds may stream back up again. i mentioned the system stalls and a couple of showers will be around the seacoast region and southeast new hampshire later on today. so just before or just after sunset, that's where you could see a couple of showers, so it's highly variable upon your location, if you're in eastern rockingham county you could see late day or evening showers, otherwise most of us stay dry. cloudy to partly cloudy and tomorrow. lots of sunshine for your monday. today, upper 40's to lower 50's. the week ahead, sunny, bright, chilly for the couple of days ahead. daytime highs tomorrow and chilly nighttime lows, down right cold in fact, teens and 20's and later this week we get milder again, just in time for
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no storm this year like last year. >> you guarantee it? >> pretty much. >> 99.5. >> it's not unusual this time of year for people to donate a toy or two for those this need. >> you know what is unusual? >> the new york woman bought the entire contents of a toy store and gave it all away. >> every year karen donates to some of the poorest children and when she walked by the shuttered toy and stationary store in the west village with a for rent sign in the window, she had an idea. >> when i saw this toy store, i realized i could do it on a grander scale for this one year. >> she contacted the owner of hudson party store and proposed buying everything inside. >> we talked and negotiated and i bought the toy store. >> by store, she means thousands of toys and stuffed animals and
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>> she bagged it up and donated to the department of homeless services just for the holidays. >> i've been doing this for many years and we have generous sponsors and toy drives and it's the first time anybody bought an entire store. >> she says she usually donates hundreds of toys each year to give as birthday gifts to foster kids in brooklyn. the west village philanthropist have the means to do it. they once owned a successful technology company. >> children is my focus, a lot of foster kids probably never had a birthday gift that they actually wanted. >> but thanks to the toy buying spree, thousands of homeless children in the city will have at least one present to open. >> i know everyone could use a gift around the holidays. >> wow. >> love that, right? >> yeah, not only is that a
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but hopefully inspire others as well. >> yeah, definitely. coming up next on news 9 this morning. granite state made, we'll take you inside a local vineyard to makes great wine and gives back to the community.
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>> a northfield tree farm from
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your own rasp berries and blueberries is protected. the five rivers conservation trust announced the bean hill farm will continue to be available for farming and forest management. the farm's manager donated 88 acres for the farm solely for conservation efforts. the easement now ensures that the farm will never be developed. this month, we're featuring products that are made here in the granite state. today, sean mcdonald takes us to a family-run business that grows new hampshire fruits and helping out local farmers. sean: sweet baby vineyard has founded by louis, it has a special connection to the family. >> my wife's maiden name was sweet, and we have three babies, so sweet baby, that's it. sean: sweet baby was originally located in kensington and mo offed to east kingston three years ago and new a new location
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>> we have room for 99 people in the tasting room and beautiful grounds and we plan to plant a vineyard in the spring. >> sweet baby sells 48,000 bottles a year and the company is dedicated to using fruits grown in new hampshire. and apples, and raspberries and blue bring berry ies blueberries. and we have to go across the border to massachusetts to get our cranberries. if anybody knows of cranberries in new hampshire, i'd like to know. sean: he says his best seller is the blueberry wine. for the last three years, the top selling new hampshire wine in the state liquor stores. and sweet baby won awards in more than 50 international wine competitions, keeping with its dedication to locally grown
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donates 10% of profits to local farmers. amy: and that was sean mcdonald reporting. you can find sweet baby wines around the state. for a list head over to sweet baby vineyard.com. if you're hoping to hit the ski trails this weekend, you have to wait a few days. according to the facebook page mother nature is not cooperating. they anticipate having three lifts open, as well as five trails. nearly a year ago, new hampshire was hit by one of the largest power outages in its history. it came at the start of the holiday weekend, leaving granite staters scrambling to adjust plans. it took power crews five days to get everyone back on the grid. >> and if anything, the thanksgiving storm underscored the need for all of the investments that we've been making in the last several years. amy: meteorologist josh judge, looks at why that storm caused
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what utilities are doing now to prevent it from happening again. that's tonight on news 9 at 11:00. and here is what's happening. criminal charges and devastating injuries. more information being released now about a crash in belmont saturday morning with three people inside. and commitment 2016, new jersey governor chris christie weighing in on isis and national security with new hampshire voters. . >> you are looking live at the mill district on a gray and
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, it's 8:30. i'm amy coveno. we begin with a live look at berlin, courtesy of the valley hospital camera and we say good morning to the north country where it's 34 degrees at this hour. here is a look at top stories on
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a teenager seriously hurt in a rollover crash, a 21-year-old was speeding and intoxicating when his car left the road and overturned. chris christie continues his visit. an african jihadist group and al-qaeda are claiming responsibilities for an attack at a hotel in mali. a massachusetts native was among the people killed in last week's attack. >> we'll get to those stories and more and first let's check with josh judge for the latest. >> the temperatures have been upticking just a little bit, but check out that fog in goffstown. many places seeing some of that. we'll see it thin out and could be breaks of sun in the mid day and early afternoon hours. temperatures right now in the 30's throughout the state and almost to 40 now at the seacoast. and a couple of scattered showers around overnight and this morning and you could see a random sprinkle. that's about it and then some of
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pushes in for the mid day and the early afternoon hours. a system along the coast could bring late day and evening showers to mostly just coastal regions. so looking for the temperatures to really be either side of 50 degrees for today, but tonight, a couple of showers at the coast, it gets much colder the next couple of days, but brighter. this upcoming holiday week looks to delight in terms of the sunshine and dry conditions, but the temperatures will be a bit kohler kohler-- rollercoaster. >> a rollover crash in belmont leaves two people injured and a man facing drunk driving charges. belmont police say 21-year-old tevin mitchell was speeding down the road when his car left the road and knocked down trees and crashed through a stone wall and flipped upside down. a 17-year-old girl suffered serious injuries and a
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the driver was charged with minor. the little girl known as baby doe will soon be laid to rest. bella bond, the girl's body june. we didn't learn who she was until september. she will be buried next to her paternal great-grandmother. her mother and boyfriend were charged. a woman broke into a home and kidnapped a toddler she used to baby sit. lyndon was found on the side of a road naked and with her head shaved. abigail will be arraigned tomorrow. >> new jersey governor chris christie is back in the granite
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incident on his flight forced him to cancel events on friday. he went to stratham, win to a bowling alley and a bar. kristen crows arosa has the story. kristen: he entered park place lanes. his second town hall this weekend and kicked off with an endorsement from former state senator bob letourneau. >> he's the right man for the job. >> christie addressed the attacks in paris. >> paris was an intelligence failure, everybody. they were planning for a while and multiple countries and no one caught them beforehand. >> during the town hall, christie was questioned what he would do to fight and put an end to the islamic state known as isis. >> the borders have to be secured. and worry about isis coming
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second, we have to enhance our intelligence capability. >> third, we've got to make sure that we get with our allies in the middle east and let them with them. >> christie said he would not allow syrian refugees to come to the united states. many at the town hall say that national security should be a top priority, this man doesn't agree, but christie says there's no other way. >> if we let people in, we cannot effectively vet, then we are putting at risk your life and his and his and his. and as president of the united states, my first job is to protect your life and his and his and his. >> christie defended his decision based on his personal experience of september 11th, 2001. >> my number one priority as a leader in this country is too make sure that there's not another generation of widows and orphans created because of a
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>> kristen carosa, wmur, news 9. >> senator lindsey graham will continue his campaign tour with senator john mccain today. they have stops in manchester, tilton and laconia. yesterday they started in manchester with a meet and greet with the vietnamese community. and ohio governor john kay sick stumping in the granite state. he started with the hospital in berlin craft fair. the g.o.p. hopeful signed copies of his book "stand for something" and also hosted a town hall in berlin and wakefield. kasich wrapped up with a house party in dover. belgium's capital city is on lockdown after the government warned they're plotting attacks like the one in paris. brussels streets are empty since the manhunt for the man in paris. trams were shut down and government recommends that sports activities in public
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>> there's less people out, then that probably means terrorists aren't going to bomb anybody. >> authorities believe one of the gunmen from the paris attacks could be hiding in brussels. two of his friends admitted to picking him up in paris last week and driving him to belgium. >> an african jihadist group and al-qaeda claimed responsibility for the attack on mali last week. the government declared a state of emergency and three days of mourning. anita datar was in the attack. she's known as a volunteer and global expert on health. >> and she wanted peace and the fact that her life was taken because of such terrorism, it's sad and heartbreaking. amy: hillary clinton says she senator. she called her a loving mother
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three new cases of ebola is found after the country is declared ebola free. three tested positive for the disease on friday. they're not sure how they contracted ebola. sierra leone was declared ebola ebola-free and new guinea said it had no more ebola patients. >> and our own kevin skarupa and haley lapointe made appearances and for some, this year's gathering was even more special. >> it's amazing, especially after what happened in paris because it feels like the country is divided right now. to see the community come together, makes you feel a little closer. amy: this is the 6 4th year this
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a bristol boy got his wish, make-a-wish wanted to do something special. kenneth threw some passes and a coin toss. that's know the all. this february. we hope you stay with us. coming up next, unh tries to impress the selection committee with a big win. see how the wildcats took down the black bears. josh: there's clouds and temperatures a few degrees above average today. we'll take a look in a moment at the holiday week ahead. >> coming up, new hampshire's
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>> welcome to new hampshire's business, i'm fred kocher. it's a growing dispute between banking and retailing and it's over this card right here. this credit card and see that little gold chip? that is a chip for payment of a credit card when you make a payment at a store and supposed to give security that makes transactions more secure. cannot be duplicated on a counterfeit card. now, here, the new hampshire retailers are really concerned all about. cards. they say it doesn't protect consumers enough against fraud and they say more risk now with merchants and imposes new costs on merchants and it's
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with me about this, two people who know this well, one is dennis dennis napalo. and curtis berry with the dupont and with their regulatory affairs. nice to have you here, curtis, the issue that the new hampshire retail association is really looking at here in a nutshell. just tell us about it. >> sure, the new cards you mentioned come with a chip. the retail industry nationwide is pressing the banking system to include the pin along with the chip. currently, they're issuing chips and it's my understanding that far fewer than half of the cards out in circulation have the chip at all, but they're issuing them with a chip and signature system. >> chip and signature. >>, but not a pin. >> still signing the receipt, four digit pin with an atm or
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than the chip and signature system. >> why didn't they go with the pin, the thanks banks, that is? >> we don't know. it's up to the banks. we don't know. they've given some excuses and they don't make sense. the pin system reduces data breach fraud. >> it is proven to reduce fraud. >> dennis your business is what. >> seasonal, swimming pools, hot tubs, pool tables. >> and tell me what you've done to get ready for this microchip card? >> we put $10,000 into software upgrades so we could do it. we did all of this in february. >> yeah. >> paying $100 a month to rent the new equipment and our processor is still not able to allow it to work for us. >> why is that? i mean, if they did not have enough time to do all the things they needed to do.
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>> the credit card companies, the credit card companies, yeah. >> they didn't have enough time to do all the data work and the work they needed to get it done because this was done for the day. >> yeah, the transition has been underway, just reading here, for a year and a half and by october 1st, those were supposed to be ready. none of that happened. >> banks-- sent out the cards. for most of us, the processors haven't been able to get everything ready. so we did our part, but our machines don't work. >> they don't work. and has anybody from the credit card companies told you when it . they haven't? >> they've told us why it's difficult for them, but not when they're ready. businesses. the big businesses can absorb, but the small businesses can't. >> some businesses are choosing
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a risk, but the retail industry, nationwide and here in new hampshire, supports the chip in the card because it adds security and the important piece is adding the pin to the system. >> where is this going, quick? >> several attorney generals written a letter urging the banks to have the pin, the question is openments are most swiping the card and using the microchip? >> they see the equipment and try it use it, and because it's not ready. >> so they have to swipe. and dennis is the owner of the seasonnal specialty shops in amherst and curtis barry with the group. we made the point. go to wmur.com, click on news and click on project economy if you want to see this again.
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josh: some temperatures are milder than yesterday and a lot milder than this time tomorrow and tuesday morning with chilly nights ahead and chilly days as well. today, we're starting off in the 30's to near 40 degrees. a couple of scattered or spotty showers or sprinkles out there, not reaching many spots. most of us staying dry. it's possible you could see one or two of these in a couple of spots, but again, very random, more importantly, look to our west and you'll see some breaks direction. western and northern new hampshire, the best chance for breaks of sun, but they're thicken up later today. and we'll get into that and first taking a look there at the system that bra ought that snow to the midwest in chicago. the center has rotated up into southern canada and it's also breaking apart. so all we're seeing from it is the trailing cold front that pushes through and that's why the showers and also the
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days. check out the air mass. teens and 20's, that brings us highs in the 30's and 40's the next couple of days after today nighttime lows. now. futurecast will show maybe just a slight chance of a sprinkle, away. breaks of sun are beginning to develop. best chance western and northern new hampshire, even spotty areas all around the state could see a little bit of sunshine mid day and into early afternoon. when we get to the mid to the late afternoon, the system coming up along the coast continues to push the clouds back and especially in southeastern new hampshire and that's where there could be a shower or two during the nighttime hours or very late day, prior to sunset. right along eastern rockingham county and along the coast here could be fairly limited to those locations and pulls away. skies clear out and tomorrow, a lot of sunshine, but as i mentioned, very chilly with
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lower 40's and that goes for tuesday as well. plenty of sun. maybe a flurry or two in the mountains. all right, the big game tomorrow night, in foxborough and it's going to be chilly. look at the starting temperature, lower 30's for kickoff around 8:30 and then dropping down into the upper 20's for the end of the game. so if you or anyone you know is headed to that game. bundle up. it's thanks to this jetstream dip. we're in the milder area, this settles overhead and brings chillier conditions. the important part as we get to wednesday, thursday, friday, ridge and the jetstream coming back up and bringing up milder air all over again for this upcoming week, so, thanksgiving day itself with high pressure settling off the east coast, pumps up milder air for thanksgiving and look at that. for block friday, looks good, too. saturday, that cold front to the west could bring some showers, temperatures in the 40's to lower 50's out there in the state for today.
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the next couple of days, sunshine all week long, chilliest at the beginning of the week and by the end of the week around the holiday looking pretty good. not bad for an after dinner walk on thursday. >> or for the turkey shotters, not bad at all. >> football and everything will >> thanks, josh. an update on our top stories, two people are dead after a night. police say a car lost control, crossed the center line and hit another vehicle head on. police don't believe that. >> and a keene man injured, needs medical treatment. >> now news 9 sports.
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no chance for james reimer with charra's laser. bruins lead 1-0. time winding down. the b's hold strong. marchand adds an empty-net goal. bruins win. and then into the zone, gets through, two defenders by himself to score the goal and his team leading 8th. season, 1-0 manchester. mon marks on the power play, rousch fires it home and manchester goes on to win 5-1. college hockey, new hampshire taking on a tough boston college team. first period, wildcats down, 1-0. on the power play is matt dawson, drifts right and scores his third of the season and ties it at one. couple of auburn natives, here in the second, sanford picks up
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the eagles go on to win, 6-3. >> play the game, boys, play the game, one more time. >> let's see if they can do it in their season finale. first quarter, goldrich, rolling left and for the touchdown. unh up 7-0 over maine. second quarter, crossing, breaks free for a 43-yard touchdown run, a couple of good cutbacks here, puts the wildcats up 13-0. and unh goes on to win, 22-6 makes their record 7-4. see you later today if they get a shot at the playoffs. dartmouth earned a share of the ivy league title. big green beat the tigers, 17-10. and williams threw the game winning touchdown, with 24 seconds left in the game. so dartmouth gets a share of the ivy league crowd, and all 6-1, only the third time in ivy league history they've shared a
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i'm jim foley, that's a look at sports. >> the patriots host the buffalo bills, you can watch the game on wmur, kickoff tomorrow is 8:30. that means dancing with the stars, moves to me-tv new hampshire. it's carried on many listed and over the air 9.2. you can watch the show on demand the following day at abc.com. still ahead right here on news 9 this morning, snowy situation, not everybody is upset about it though. look at this gal. how this polar bear spent her day in the snow. now to our new local hot shot. oh, my gosh, i've been looking for this all morning. this is norah, six weeks old and the daughter of our director here at news 9. she's wide awake and starting to coo.
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>> the midwest has seen quite a bit of snow. not everybody is disappointed by the return of old man winter. josh: certainly not suka, the polar bear in wisconsin. the arctic exhibit is specially habitat. amy: you're dying for the snow.
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breaks of sun should develop and clouds around the seacoast. the week ahead looks dry, bright, chilly to start. and quite a bit chilly to start, but getting milder, a little above average by the end of the week around thanksgiving. good travel day on wednesday, good holiday, good black friday. no problems at all this upcoming week. amy: what are you running for office, bringing that good news? >> it's the season, isn't it. amy: tune in at 10 a.m. for close-up. josh and i thank you for watching. we'll be back in 25 minutes with local news and weather.
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