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kevin:. sean: now on news 9. three people including a new england native of dead. what we're learning about the hours long standoff. >> tracking showers, when they end and what follows behind the rain. >> and an event designed to keep everyone safe. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do, now, wmur news 9 this morning. >> good morning, new hampshire, it's 6:00 on saturday, november 28th, i'm amy coveno, we begin with breaking news. three people are dead after a shooting at a planned parenthood in colorado springs. one of the victims is 44-year-old garrett swazy,
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graduated high school in massachusetts and was an officer with the university of colorado, colorado springs police department. abc's brandi hitt it live with this investigation. >> good morning, what a horrific scene and an active, very active crime scene here this morning. you can see the police barricade behind me, that planned parenthood facility is just beyond that police vehicle and there were explosives experts that went through that facility overnight and making sure the suspect who is now in custody didn't leave anything behind. >> we're taking fire, hit. >> five intense hours exchanging fire with this man inside the
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>> he was aiming at me and i hit the gas. >> first responders became targets. one by one, officers were shot and took cover. >> he turned around with a bloody face and said, get out of here, get out of here. >> more than 100 officers on scene, including the fbi. >> gunfire in that room, we've got to stop this guy. >> his sister was caught in the building and spoke to her on the phone. >> there was a guy shooting. >> did she see him. >> yeah. >> two civilians were killed and the officer. >> our officers acted with untold valor. >> nine additional victims were wounded, he's coming to grip
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>> i just felt helpless, that's all. >> it's not known how long this area is going to remain a crime scene and as police continue to investigate a motive in this case, they have not yet made any clear convention with planned parenthood. colorado springs, colorado. amy: overnight, we turned officer garrett swayze graduated from melrose high school and was a well-known champion figure skater in new england. wmur's been following the story from the very moment it happened. be sure to stay with us for the latest on this story when we're not on the air. you can, of course, depend on wmur as well as the mobile app for the newest information 24 hours a day. it was an unseasonably warm day for block friday shoppers.
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small business saturday crowd? and hayley lapointe has the latest for us. >> we have showers moving across southern and central nom . you want to be careful because we've had snow showers in the northern part of the state as a cold front is sweeping across the state, you guessed it, kicking out the warm air that we had yesterday and bringing in some much colder air. we've got heavier rainfall from concord and rain in nashua. this tells the story, the blue up to the north and colder air is invading. it will feel colder through the day and the rest of the weekend. i'll have the forecast for you in a couple of minutes. >> new this morning, salem police are investigating a purse snatching before 2:30 on friday at kohl's. the victim says she was at her car when the 16-year-old suspect
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her cart and ran toward the back of the store. a police k-9 tracked the suspect down hiding between two semi trucks and the purse was discovered between two tractor-trailer tires nearby. a man is accused of exposing himself on a portsmouth bus friday afternoon. he's been convicted of the same offense before. he faces indecent exposure and lewdness. he was released on personal recould go-- reconnaissance bail. a man turned himself in for taking from a donation. his mother encouraged him to
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>> he was accused of stealing a jimmy fund donation jar from a j's after buying a soda and scratch ticket. the store owner's son was working the counter at the time. >> he tried to steal it the first time and when i walked around he noticed i would have seen him so he put it back and asked me a question about the thing there. he figured he could get a scratch ticket. he started scratching my ticket so i turned my back, and that's when he stole it. >> the can he stole contained $84 intended to help kids with cancer. >> and when officers asked him they asked him why, and he turned had himself in because his mother saw his picture on thing to do. >> over working overnight he took the money to a coin cashing
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attorney told the judge the whole incident was a mistake. >> and assume as he realized what he did, he turned himself in. apparently he went to the store to buy a few items, turned around and left and realized he took something he shouldn't have have. >> police in maine are looking for a fire bug. six fires were set between waterville and sidney. out. police are looking for a white sedan that pulled over on the southbound side of the highway. happening today, the town of amherst will honor veterans who passed away. it takes place two days after living each and every year. this is video from a past event. volunteers will place 480 wreaths at five cemeteries, beginning at 11:00 this morning. beginning at meadow view cemetery on foundry street. the wreaths will stay there
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coming up on news 9 this mrning. a black friday of protests. hundreds of demonstrators braving cold temperatures and filling maine shopping areas. >> an unusual robbery in michigan, a thief managed to
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>> good morning, new hampshire. it's ten past 6:00.
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there's a live look at meredith. we've got rain showers passing through we might get a boost or otherwise temperatures fall through the rest of the day. much cooler air returning and i'll have the forecast in a few minutes. amy: in paris the national anthem played. each was recognized by name. president hollande pledged to destroy the quote, army of fanatics, responsible for the attacks. we've learned that french authorities have been closely monitoring airport and rail workers with tied to radical groups. moving to chicago, the windy city on edge after dash cam video was released showing the death of a black teenager shot 16 times by a white police
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officer. protesters blocked stores on black friday on magnificent mile, a popular shopping destination. they're demanding the resignation of the city's police commissioner and the man in that department. and michigan state police say that a man walked away with a half a million dollars. it happened outside of a casino. the driver is suppose today remain behind the wheel at all timesment he told investigators a man dressed as a loomis car worker told him to open the vehicle. the man grabbed the cash and walked off. surveillance video inside the casino is examined or possible clues. the pope celebrated mass in uganda. and people gathered to get a good spot to watch the pope mobile.
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first was kenya. he went to one of the largest shanty towns in nairobi, he called the lack of basic service in the slum a new form of colonialism. hello, hayley lapointe. >> good morning. amy: it's cold out there. >> yesterday i was able to get out with short sleeves and decorating for christmas. it was weird. amy: wasn't it a treat not to have frozen fingers? >> it didn't feel super festive. amy: that's true. >> we have cooler air returning, too, i'll have the forecast coming up. amy: 6:18. hayley will be back with the forecast. >> here with the ship wrecked ghost fleet of world war i.
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>> now, meteorologist hayley lapoint and your storm watch forecast. hayley: good saturday morning, everyone. we have a rainy, gloomy start to our weekend here, but that's not going to last the entire weekend long, but what will is the colder air coming in. it was a one-day thing yesterday with all of that warmth. you can see in dublin now, we've got rain falling there and same thing is true in portsmouth. most of the rain and the heaviest, steadiest rain is now falling in central and southern portions of the state. wanted to give you a recap of yesterday.
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temperatures got into the 60's. look at that. salem 68. that was one of the warmest temperatures in the state. derry 66. 65 in auburn and in dover. even as far north as gorham and in berwin. temperatures were in the low 60's there. we didn't break a record in concord, but we came oh, so close. we reached 64 degrees yesterday afternoon and came very close to the 65 degrees which was set back in 1976. we only needed one more degree to at least tie the record, but regardless it was a one warm yesterday. uncharacteristically warm for this time in november for sure. here is the thing though, it's pretty easy to spot where the cold front is this morning and it's right across the central part of the state. the cold air coming down behind the frontal boundary, already, it feels much colder in whitefield and berlin. temperatures won't warm up much more than you've got right now basically. 46 in lalona, the warmest
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temperature we have all day m manchester, 54, will continue to slide downward throughout the rest of the afternoon. not much of a temperature bump as we go through the rest of the day here. here is the cold front. you've got some heavier showers now from concord back into rochester and along the route 16 corridor north of rochester there. so, as this cold front sweeps through, it kicks out the warmer air we had yesterday and changes the wind direction. the wind yesterday was right out of the southwest, now, once this cold front sweeps through, the winds will be out of the northwest and that's the colder air making a return right out of quebec, out of canada. so rain showers linger, especially in new hampshire. there could be stray showers along the border as late as two in the afternoon. in the early afternoon, you'll probably start to see some sunshine in the northern reaches of the state. all of the clouds clear out on saturday night, tonight. and it's going to be a cool one overnight.
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in fact, tomorrow morning, easily weeking up to frost and temperatures in the 20's across the state. tomorrow looks great. we'll have mostly sunny skies, it's just going to feel cooler with temperatures in the upper 30's to low 40's. that's all we're going to get to. the derry holiday parade going on today at 1:00 it steps off. 47 degrees will be the temperature, cloudy and definitely a cooler feel. not like yesterday. 43 degrees tomorrow, for our sunday, with sunshine and then next week, much more november-like air with temperatures in the 40's, but it looks pretty sunny through the rest of this weekend after this morning. >> no shortage of sun this weekend, that's been a treat. >> that's one morning thing. >> thanks, hayley. with the largest collection of ship wrecks in the hemisphere sits in a shallow pay near the nation's capital. >> the obscure site draws few visitors, but it could be the
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maryland. >> hidden away in a place called mallos bay, the sunken fleet of ships have their resting place. >> we're in the tidal section of the potomac river. when the tide goes out, the ships emerge from the river. >> you see the wooden skeletons jutting up from sunken holes and the spikes used to old the boards in place. >> it's amazing, 185 ship wrecks concentrated in the bay behind me. >> don spent over a decade examining the sunken fleet. he says some of the ship wrecks date back to the revolutionary war, but most are wooden steam ships, hurriedly built during world war i. at the end of the war, what are we going to do with these ships? well, they're obsolete, we offered them up for other
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countries to take, nobody wanted them. >> efforts to salvage the ships for scrap eventually went bust during the great depression. >> the government finally decided, well, we're going to lead them. >> over the decade, each of the vessels became its own eco system. her own. the ships, you see the trees growing out of them. >> the ships have become wonderful meccas for wild life, ospreys and great blue huron and striped bass are thriving. >> now the mallows bay has been nominated for status. >> a great way for tourism and great way to educate the bubble bubble-- public about chesapeake bay. >> that's a special place in history.
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i'm sally kidd. amy: winter is coming, but today we'll have a recipe to make you think of summer, how you can make the delicious fish tacos. and how the city of nashua helps you keep safe at tonight's big event. today's adopt-a-pet is a playful pup. anisa like to snuggle, an active playful girl that would be a great hiking companion.
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>> hey there, everybody, we're going to take you to the tropics in cooks corner. we're joined by from manchester. >> that goes with our theme unwind. we changed our identity and been there 14 1/2 years. >> wow, ok. >> and a couple of months ago we recently remodeled after opening up in goffstown. we remodeled and have that at the unwind location. and merged that with unwind cafe. that's where you get the tropical colors. we made part that have with our mahi-mahi tacos. we have a whole side of our
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that's fun. >> the other side of the menu is unwind traditionals. >> got you. >> today we're doing our mahi mahi-mahi mahi-mahi, and then we have the blending of coleslaw with purple cabbage and jewel ulian carrots. >> and then key lime juice and cilantro. it's all about the color. it's perfect. and we have this together and with that, we'll finish off with our key lime cilantro mayonnaise together. we're not going to mix that up yet. first take my mahi-mahi that you thin slice. we're going to gently drizzle it
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essence of unwind, a seasoned blend. >> proprietary blend there. seasoning. my toes. >> you do not want to cook that too long. you don't want to over cook it, especially with a fresh product, enough to cook the outside, and while that's cooking, blend our coleslaw altogether, very colorful and put that here, these are just soft taco shells you can get everywhere. you want to use the flour, not the corn, the corn will break apart. there is your slaw, meanwhile, a minute or two later with the magic of tv. >> i love the magical oven. >> a finished product here, your mahi-mahi nicely cooked, still, well, you know i've got gloves on, we'll grab it, ooh, it's hot. we'll garnish with our delicious
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flavorful roasted red pepper. >> you've got the different flavors going on there. >> yeah, it's a flavorful dish, some key lime. and we've made one of our breakfast items, fresh fruit crepe, we make all of our crepes are done to order. we have a list of sweet, savory creeps, this is a quinoa, it's a southwestern flare and fruits and avacados on. and forecast who have not been there in 14 1/2 years, where are you located. >> the whole idea is once you find us and get inside, it's a beautiful scene on the inside. you can find us on the web at unwinde.net and don't forget the e and the facebook page. awesome.
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do, now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, it's 6:30, i'm amy coveno. we begin with a live look at hampton beach, that's a lonely quiet place this hour, this time of year. here is a look at our stories on the half hour. three people in massachusetts are dead after a shooting at a colorado colorado planned parenthood office. there was a shootout for hours before they could take him into custody. the annual stroll is taking place tonight. organizers are expecting a large turnout so there will be a larger police. she was once known as baby doe,
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at the funeral home in winthrop, massachusetts. we'll get to those stories in a minute. first, let's check with hayley weather. hayley: hi, we have rain showers moving across the state. a live look at goffstown, a cool shot looking towards manchester. we have them coming through and they're heavy when you get to manchester and darker green, back through hillsborough, into keene and jaffery. the steadier, heavier rain coming down there and it's mostly happening during the morning, so later this afternoon you should be able to get back out and do some activities, maybe decorating for the holidays or enjoying holiday festivities going on across the state. 49 degrees in concord, 54 in manchester, up to the north already in the 30's. it's going to be kind of a raw day, especially once we get to the afternoon. the temperatures are going to plummet. not go up as they usually would in the afternoon.
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sets us up for a cold one overnight. i'll have more on the full forecast for you coming up. >> we're continuing to follow breaking news out of colorado springs where a gunman has killed three people at a planned parenthood location. one of the victims is a massachusetts native. 44-year-old garrett swasey grew up in melrose, mass, and graduated in 1989. force. witnesses remember hearing a barrage of bullets. some of the people called loved ones while hiding from the loved one. >> she was inside and she called me and she was telling me that there was a shooting. i heard that the shooter-- shooting and she couldn't say too much because she was afraid that those guys, you know. amy: two civilians were also killed during the shootout and
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standoff between the gunman and officers. nine other people, including five police officers, were shot, but they are in good condition. bella bond, the little girl known for months only as baby doe, will finally be laid to rest. the private service for baby bella will be at a funeral home in winthrop, massachusetts. the two-year-old will be buried next to her paternal great-grandmother. there's a service at st. john evangelist church this afternoon. and her mother and mother's boyfriend have been charged in her death. new hampshire state police tell news 9, a man was operating a tractor and, when it rolled and pinned him underneath. they won't release his identity until his family has been notified.
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fence at the white house is from connecticut. they say that he was draped in an american flag while the president and his family were celebrating at home. the jump prompted a lockdown. caputo was charged with one count of illegal entry on restricted grounds and ordered to undergo a psychiatric evaluation and scheduled to appear in federal court on monday. the city of nashua is preparing for the national stroll tonight. this is the largest event and this year because of the nice weather they're expecting a big turnout. to make sure everyone is safe. there will be a larger police presence than in previous years. our christian carosa tells us what to expect. >> city officials are adding 20 officers to patrol this year's event. more than 30,000 people are expected and organizers aren't taking any chances. final preparations are underway in nashua pass the city gets ready to host its annual holiday stroll. >> we get about 30,000 people
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the folks that come out this year won't be disappointed. >> it will feature more than 75 demonstration, performances and shopping and attractions in the downtown area. >> this year for the first time we're incorporated the indian population and make sure they feel welcome. >> for the first time this year, people will notice an increased police presence. >> we have' put extra police officers into the mix because with so many folks, there's really, a big reason to have extra eyes out there. >> emergency manager director says that recent events prompted the need to enhance safety. the streets. >> having the extra police officers out there reassures everybody it's a safe event and if there's something that does happen that's not good they'll be able to go out and respond real quick. >> the emergency staff are ready to respond.
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holiday stroll offer our public safety officials an opportunity to practice procedures and make sure all of our public safety staff are aware of the protocols we would handle during some sort of emergency. the annual event has been held for 20 years. there's only been a few minor incidents during that time and way. >> nashua takes special events seriously and really, you can see that through the number of planning meetings that we've held before in one of these events. the event starts at 5 p.m. here at city hall and runs until 10:00. kristin kristen carosa, wmur news 9. amy: and it was nice for people who were out and about. business owners say it was a thumbs up kind of day with one exception. >> folks were enjoying the 60 degree temperatures, a far cry
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>> the 2014 thanksgiving day storm was for the record books, nearly a foot of snow was dumped on parts of new hampshire. temperatures hovered near 32 and for days, utility crews tried to restore power to more than 200,000 customers. fast forward a year later and you've got quite a bit of a different story. >> isn't this lovely? >> temperatures soared into the low 60's and shoppers arrived on motorcycles, enjoying the warm sunshine and children were in their strollers and runners getting xerz exercise. none of them had to be-- >> you wear shorts all year around? >> yes. >> can you remember the last time thanksgiving was this warm? >> yes, but it's a long time ago. >> it's almost 40 years since the granite staters have seen temperatures this high on the day after thanksgiving. the last time it was this warm was in 1976 when it hit 65 in
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concord. over the years, the average temperature for this date is 44 degrees. business owners say the warm weather helped with the foot traffic in downtown portsmouth on friday morning. >> usually, they're not coming in until lunchtime, but i think this nice walkable weather has made a huge difference. >> over at strawberry bank where ice skating was supposed to stay. the news wasn't as good. >> unfortunately, due to the unseasonably warm temperatures, we've been fighting against a ground that's not yet frozen and warm temperatures and the ice is not ready. >> strawberry bank says they are crossing their fingers that skating lessons can start by tuesday of next week. >> coming up next, it may be more difficult to find a holiday staple this year, how the avian flu is impacting supplies of eggnog. a salem police officer is training to run the boston marathon all to honor the memory of his mom. jamie staton has his
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inspirational story ahead. >> it's going to be much cooler the next couple of days. you'll notice it today.
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i approve this message. join us for real change. >> now, meteorologist hayley lapoint and your storm watch 9 forecast. >> good saturday morning, we're waking up kind of gloomy with lots of clouds and showers moving across the states. the changes are in the air here
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as the cold front sweeps across the state. and kicks on out the 60 degree warmth we had yesterday and brings in more november-like air. here is what's happening, lots of clouds across the state and you can see wet pavement there in the monadnock region and you notice the temperatures will not different from what our highs will be. in fact, some of us starting out warmer than we'll be throughout the rest of the day. the temperatures tumble over the next couple of hours, 54 degrees in manchester and now 51 in nashua. 52 in portsmouth. you see the dividing line where the mild air remains and up to the north it's the blue color. in between is where our cold frontal boundary is and all of this a moving down towards the south and east. the cooler air you see in berlin, it's moving our way. messina, new york, 32. that's more like it, what we'll have as we push forward over the next couple of hours and
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certainly overnight tonight. it will be much colder, too, than what we were overnight this morning. so, cold front tracking across the state. it's basically draped from concord down to manchester now. behind it the cooler air. the winds have shifted now out of the northwest and that's colder air dragged down courtesy of the northwesterly breeze. i'll show you where we have the rain showers and most of them are south of, say, plymouth and we have the steadier rain over dover and rochester and getting toward epsom there. a wet drive if you have travel plans along 101 or 202 or along route 4 there and also when you get toward the west of manchester, maybe toward new boston, hillsborough, hancock and along 101 to manchester, a wet drive. need your windshield wipers for sure. morning hours, when we'll have the rain showers passing through. especially in southern new
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things are mostly done for the part of the state. the clouds will start to recede from the north to the south, too. this is 3:00 this afternoon. you see that we have clearing going on across much of the state. so, we'll probably get there in southern new hampshire, it's just going to take longer in southern areas to get to see the sunshine. overnight tonight, clear skies, and with this new colder air mass in place, it's going to feel chillier and certainly by tomorrow morning, we'll have frost across the area and mostly sunny day on sunday, but noticeably colder, highs on sunday will only make it into the upper 30's across much of the state. so, here is what you can expect today. morning showers, cloudy, cooler, some peeks of sunshine and the best chance to see the sun will be in the northern part of the state today. temperatures ranging from 40 to 50, but falling throughout the rest of the day and into the afternoon. so, our sunday looks good. mostly sunny, 43 degrees, it will start out chilly as you see there in the 20's and climbing
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the afternoon and then monday, that's going to be probably the coldest day of this stretch with degrees. with a lot of sun and then our next system tuesday night into wednesday brings in a few rain showers, but hopefully you got to enjoy the 60's yesterday because it's long gone now. amy: i have a pile of jackets in my hallway, light to heavy, it's a mess, all over the place. ones again. amy: thank you. from an annual plunge into cold remembrance. the latest of events throughout the granite state and wanted to hear you say-- hampshire? >>. >> those are ballerinas performing one of the holiday season's most classic tales at the palace theater. the southern new hampshire dance theater will be presenting the nutcracker this weekend. the magical ballet features more than 85 talented local dancers,
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guests including our lauren fehlau. and all the turkeys will be at the cold turkey plunge. the nonprofit provides instruction and access to winter sports and recreational opportunities for children and adults with cognitive and physical disabilities. bring your bathing suits or whacky costumes for a cold plunge into corcoran pond. in nashua, more than 30,000 are expected to attend the annual winter holiday stroll, the city's biggest downtown event happening from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. today. the stroll will feature more than 75 demonstrations and this event is free and shuttle service is available. a race of remembrance. the ryan o'day 5k memorial run will be held for the first time today at 11 a.m. it recognizes an epping man described as an outstanding
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teacher, coach, mentor and friend. ryan o'day died waiting for a year. the race is held today on what birthday. all proceeds of the 5k will go towards a scholarship fund in his name. hampshire. for wmur, i'm jean mackin. amy: a postscript we bring you a video from erin fehlau's ginger. there she is, she's rolled onto the stage in a super sized skirt. during the scene tiny dancers emerge from the ruffles. there they come. it's certainly a must-see. >> now, jamie staton and news 9 sports. >> you talk about a busy friday at td garden. at night. let's start with the c's, hosted the washington wizard. looked good.
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and scored 18 points, 15 rebounds, avery bradley with a three here as the celtics went up by 14. scored 16 in the game. before the half evan turner knocked down a jumper. 111-78. play at orlando magic. bruins and new york. a good hockey play. it in. 2-2 after two periods. in the third, rangers take the lead for jt miller, went off the post and in. 3-2 rangers. it was getting late in the game for the bruins, but spooner saved the day, scores on the power play, his fifth of the year. so it's all tied 3-3, they used momentum to get it and krecji gets it and they won.
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a hat trick for legion. we've reached the big game day. unh in the playoffs. host colgate at 3:30 today. the first round of the playoffs. two hot teams, four straight wins for unh and five straight for colgate. >> they're going to have a chip on their shoulder. they played us pretty tough in the first game. we made some plays and got out breaks from them. always second time around a lot tougher to do things. >> and they have a really good quarterback in melville containing him in the pocket and their tight end, he's one of our-- one of their guys we have to stop. >> so it's been 10, 11 weeks since we've last seen them. they've changed a lot and so have we. it will definitely be a good game. >> on 3:30. ohio state-michigan, usc-ucla, oklahoma and oklahoma state. well, salem police officers are looking a little rough this month. you may have noticed they have
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it's all to support the boston marathon cause of one of their own, officer joey defutus, training for his first marathon in memory of the woman he called his best friend, his mom. >> everything kind of came in the form of a tidal wave. my mother had been diagnosed with aml, a form of leukemia. it was six months of probably you can imagine. i had two choices, i could either sit there and sort of feel sorry for myself. i owe my mother a little bit more, so in her memory, i decided to jump into the fight against cancer and i want to raise money, want to be one of the people that makes a difference. the month of november we've all been allowed to grow our beards, as you can see. and we'll raise another good chunk of the money that way. kind of a dream that, you know, once i get in this and hopefully i'm a straw that breaks the
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camel's back and due to my efforts and everybody else who we speak. you know, the different charities and everything, i would like to one day see show up for this. i'd like to see nobody have to go through this. she's with me 24/7. constantly thinking about her. i owe her my life, where i'm at am. running the marathon and doing what i'm doing now is the very least that i can do. >> he has a lot of training still to go and more fund raising to do, but raised over $12,000 which is tremendous. if you'd like to contribute to the cause, log on to team in training.org and search under his last name. they say good luck to joey, that's a look at sports. >> thank you, jamie staton. still ahead, an egg shortage is
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>> avian flu led to an egg shortage nationwide and affecting a traditional holiday treat, eggnog. how a company is keeping up with demandments in addition to flavors of coffees and teas, this time of year, turkey hill makes eggnog. this year, it was scrambling. >> that supplier said, we're
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affected by the avian flu. the egg shortage, overall. we won't be able to supply the regular mixture. >> so the company decided to come up with its own and tested it over and over again until the taste was just right. >> finally, we came with what we know is the best quality eggnog and compared to the 2014 and past year's recipes. >> it got from the parent company, kroger and mixed with other flavors and mixing 600,000 gallons. each batch is taste tested and it goes down the drain. when it's good, it goes into the gallon. this year's batch will cost you $5.49. that's 50 cents more per gallon than last year. the turkeyhill hopes the taste and tradition will be worth it. the news continues at the top of the hour with today's top stories. up next, we're continuing to follow breaking news out of colorado.
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>> now on news 9. planned parenthood shooting, three people, including a new england native are dead. what we've learned about the hour's long standoff. >> tracking showers this morning, what follows behind the rain. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do.
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>> good morning, new hampshire. 7:00 on this saturday, november 28th. i'm amy coveno. we begin this morning with breaking news. three people are dead after a shooting at planned parenthood in colorado. let's go live now to brandi hitt with the latest. >> good morning, what a horrific scene and an active crime scene. you can see the police car, that's where it is. overnight, there were explosives experts, officers combing through the facility making sure the suspect this custody didn't leave anything else behind. >> we're-- we have two hits. >> it was five intense hours, police exchanging gunfire with a man inside this colorado springs planned parenthood facility after the gunman first opened fire in a nearby parking lot. >> he was in front of me and aiming at me and i just hit the gas. >> witnesses say first
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responders then became the next targets. one by one, officers were shot and took cover. >> he turned around with a bloody face and went get out of here, get out of here. >> as backup arrived, the gun battle started inside the building. more than 100 officers including this guy. >> his sister was caught in the phone. >> there were guys shooting. >> yes. >> what did she say about them? >> she was hiding. >> two civilians were killed along with 44-year-old officer garrett swasey. the gunman finally surrendered after sunset. >> our officers acted with untold valor.
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wounded including ozy luciano. >> i felt helpless. >> the officers will be on the scene while they investigate a motive. there's no clear evident this is in any way directly linked with planned parenthood. reporting live from colorado springs, brandi hitt, abc news. back to you. >> we've learned that officer garrett swasey is a native of melrose, massachusetts. swasey graduated from 1989 and was a champion figure skater well-known in new england. he reportedly went to the clinic to support colorado springs shooting. wmur has been following the story from the moment it broke. be sure to stay with us for the situation. when we're not on the air, you can depend on wmur.com and the wmur app for the newest information, 24 hours a day.
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it's an unseasonably warm day for shoppers in new hampshire. how does it look for the crowd? we bring in hayley lapoint in the weather center. hayley: good morning, we're starting out dreary and wet manchester, 53 degrees with rain coming down. we've got a few more hours of this with clouds and rain showers, by this afternoon, we should be drying out and even seeing some peeks of sunshine. in the meantime, though, steady and even some pockets of heavier rain right here manchester, and back toward hillsborough, mill board, nashua and then toward the seacoast, dover, portsmouth reporting light to moderate rain coming down. >> 53 in manchester, look up to the north. concord, laconia, temperatures in the 40's now and that's really all you're going to be able to get to. the temperatures you see there for the forecast, that's what our temperatures will be at about noon and then they plummet through the rest of the day. we'll talk about how old it will be for the rest of the weekend in a few minutes.
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>> new this morning, salem snatching. this happened just before 2:30 friday at kohl's. the victim says she was at her car when the 16-year-old suspect allegedly grabbed her purse from her cart and ran toward the back of the store. a police k-9 tracked the suspect down hiding between two semi trucks. the victim's purse was discovered between two tractor-trailer tires nearby. a man is accused of exposing himself on a portsmouth bus friday afternoon. officers arrested robert moral convicted of the same offense before. he faces a felony charge of indecent exposure and lewdness recognizance bail. police in massachusetts say a man turned himself in for stealing a donation jar. we're waiting on that surveillance video. it's from a convenience store in norwood on thursday.
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and as todd from our sister station reports. >> anything you want to say to us? no comment from a man who admits to stealing a jimmy fund donation can. he posted bail following his arraignment. he's the man seen in this surveillance video stealing it from a j's after buying a scratch ticket. the son's owner was working the counter. >> he tried to steal it the first time and then i saw him and he put it back. and he asked about this little thing. he got a scratch ticket and scratched it and i turned my back and that's when he stole it. >> the can contained $84 intended to help kids with cancer. >> when officers asked him why he stole the change and turned himself in, he stated he didn't know why he did it. he said he turned himself in because his mother had seen his picture on the news and it was the right thing to do.
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>> a new donation jar is already in place at the store's checkout counter. he works as a nurse at a local nursing home. after work he took it to the coin cashing machine and his lawyer says he said it was a mistake. >> as soon as he realized what he did. as soon as he left, he realized he took something he shouldn't have. amy: right now, police in maine are looking for a fire bug. six fires were set along i-95. crews managed to put out the fires and investigators are looking for a late model white sedan with two men inside that may have pulled over for stopped on the southbound side of the highway. happening today, the town of amherst will honor veterans who have passed away. the annual wreaths across amherst takes place after thanksgiving each year. this is video from a prior
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volunteers will place 480 wreaths at the cemetery starting at meadowview cemetery on foundry street. the wreaths will stay throughout the holiday season. coming up next on news 9 this morning, a black friday protest. hundreds of demonstrators braving cold temperatures and maine, filling shopping centers with angry chance. details ahead.
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>> good morning. it's now ten minutes past seven. a live look in portsmouth where it's 52 degrees. we have some rain showers moving through and they will move through this morning and then slowly by surely will get some clearing later on in the day. maybe see a peek of sunshine. i'll have the full forecast coming up. amy: friday, people in france paid tribute to those killed two weeks ago in the terror attacks in paris. the national anthem played as president francois hollande led the ceremony at the site of napoleon's tomb. each of the 130 people killed was recognized by name. president hollande pledged to detroy those who did the attacks. ab french police have been monitoring airport and rail workers with ties to radical groups.
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moving to chicago, the windy city on edge after dash cam was released showing the 2014 death of a black teenager shot 16 times by a white police officer. protests blocked stores and shut down traffic in the city black fry. the demonstrators gathered on magnificent mile. they're demanding the resignation of the city's police commissioner. michigan police say a man dressed as a guard walked away from a casino yesterday. the driver is suppose today times. he told investigators the man dressed like a fellow loomis armored car worker prompted him to open up the vehicle and that man reportedly not wearing a simply walked off. surveillance video from inside the casino is now being examined for possible clues. and here to give us clues to the weekend forecast, hayley
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lapoint. hayley: the clue is, we're not going to be nearly as warm, yesterday was a one-day thing, but the cool air is going down. the good news, the rain outside morning hours. the rest of the weekend looks good. a spoiler alert for you. hayley will be here with that and then-- >> here in mallows bay lay the wreckage of ships from world war
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>> now, meteorologist hayley lapoint and your storm watch 5 forecast. >> it looked like temperatures in the 60's, today, things are taking a big turn. back to more november type weather. here is a look clairemont. we've got the wet pavement there. and it's lightning up in central and northern portions of the state. and the heavier rain into southern new hampshire. you can see in rye beach there, the visibility is low due to the rain coming down and we've got that thick cloud deck out there, too. it definitely is gray, dreary start. nothing like we had yesterday, right? >> look at the temperatures, we got to 68 degrees in salem. derry is 66. and even as far north as berlin and gorham, temperatures were in the low 60's. the average high about 44.
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so close, in fact, to a record in concord, we came within 1 degree, 65 degrees, if we'd hit that we would have at least met the record that was set back in 1976. yesterday. temperatures now. look at what's going on in hampshire. you see the colors there, blues and the purples. so the warmer temperatures to the 50's won't last much longer. all of this colder air is invading, 53 degrees in manchester and while it's 45 degrees in laconia. this is the cold front itself. you can see the rain showers, stretching from portland, maine, manchester and the monadnock region and lightning up at tilton or plymouth.
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kingsston down to plastic -- plaistow and heavier, at least steadier rain showers are continuing on here. the cut-off, the back edge of this rain not far away as it sweeps through. the winds change out of the northwest and that's dragging down the cooler, drier air. rain showers in southern new hampshire last until at least noon and then once we get after the noon hour, most of us should be drying out and the clouds clearing from the north first, and then clearing down to the south throughout the afternoon. tonight with clear skies, it's going to be a chilly one and the new colder air mass and 20's across the state. it will be a frosty start on sunday, but the good thing is, we'll have a lot of sunshine tomorrow you'll get able to get back outdoors. here is what to expect for the weekend. again, morning showers this morning, mostly cloudy and then sunny, but cooler on our sunday. the dearry holiday parade going on today, maybe you're planning
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on checking that out. steps off at 1:00 this afternoon, and temperatures should be falling through the 40's, but i'm expecting it to be dry for that parade. maybe not fully sunny yet. tomorrow, fully sunny and 40's, that's what it looks like we get for next week, a couple of chances for showers next week, tuesday, wednesday, dry, back to the november normals. >> way too soon to ask about a white christmas potential? >> way too soon. >> i tried, i tried. amy: the largest collection of ship shipwrecks sits in a bay not far from the nation's capital. hayley: it could be the nation's newest national marine sanctuary. bay, maryland. >> 30 miles from the nation's capital hidden away in a place called mallows bay, the ghostly remnants of a fleet of ships have their resting place.
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>> we're in the tidal section of the pa toe-- potomac river. >> you can see the spikes from the boards in place. >> there are 180 ships concentrated here. >> don spent over a decade studying and documenting the sunken fleet. he says some of the shipwrecks date back to the revolutionary war. but most are ships hurriedly built during world war i . >> we offered for other countries to take and nobody wanted them. >> efforts to salvage the ships for scrap eventually went bust during the depression. >> the government decided we're
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>> and over the decades each was a mini eco system. >> mother nature is reclaiming her own. you see the ships, with the trees growing out of them. >> the ships have become wonderful meccas for wildlife, as prays, and great blue heron and striped bass are thriving. >> and now it's nominated for the national marine sanctuary status. >> it could become a great economic driver for tourism, a great way to educate the public about the chesapeake bay and afford an additional element of protection for this special place. >> that holds a special place in history. on mallows bay, i'm sally kidd. amy: coming up next, it's a popular holiday flower. have you ever wondered what makes poinsettias so beautiful? their secret.
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>> welcome to today's grow it green. we're at mcfarland greenhouses at ufh. i'm joined by margaret from the extension. there are plants that we celebrate at holidays, but none more than the poinsettias. how are they able to get it bloom. >> how do they show up at the supermarket or flower store the week before thanksgiving perfectly. >> yeah, perfectly colored. >> they manipulate certain things. one of the things they'll do in order to get a bushy plant. they'll do some pinches of the top buds they they get nice breaks to keep the plants bushy and to get them to turn red the same time, which is what people want. they'll manipulate the lighting.
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>> what do you want to see? >> you want to see something that's fairly tight. the flower, these are modified leaf. if the actual flower is wide open and staplens dropped out, it may not open for you. >> and we have some that are green. >>. >> poinsettias, some of them grow earlier and later and the grower might have the lighting sooner rather than later. as far as keeping the plant, is it possible to do it? >> it's possible to redo it, cut them back in may and pinch yourself. from 5 p.m. to 8 a.m. ten weeks before you want them to change, they have to be in complete darkness. >> move them to the basement and keep them there tight. >> make sure to bring them back up.
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>> a fact sheet that will tell you how to do this, if you're so incline, you can enjoy the same >> that's right. >> that's it today for the grow it green. amy: the nutcracker is this weekend and catch a member of our wmur family in this holiday ballet. >> erin fehlau made her debut in the nutcracker at the palace theater. she's rolled onto the stage in this super big dress and that hides the dancers. i was hoping you'd see that. and the colorado shooting.
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, new hampshire new hampshire this morning. amy: a look at the clock tower. here is a look at top stories on the half hour. three people, including a massachusetts native are dead after a shooting at a colorado planned parenthood. officers say a gunman engaged in shooting for hours before they could take him into custody. the annual nashua holiday stroll takes place tonight. organizers are expecting a big turnout so there will be a previous years. the girl once known to the world simply as baby doe will be laid to rest. a private service for bella bond will be held at caggiano in
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first, let's check the weather with hayley lapoint. hi, hayley. hayley: you can see in meredith it's 45 degrees. and heavier rain is to the south of meredith from manchester down to the mass border. that's where we had the steady and consistent rainfall. like you see there, rochester, dover, where you get those specs of yellow or the darker green, and indicating some of the heavier bouts of rain. so it's going to be wet if you're headed out this morning. 47 degrees in concord now. 45 in laconia, the cold air invading that blue color moving to the south, so the temperatures we have out there at the moment right now will likely be the warmest we'll be all day long. and the temperatures continue to fall as this cold front sweeps through and kicks out the 60 degree warmth we had yesterday. i'll have a full breakdown. weekend's forecast in a few minutes. >> we are continuing to follow breaking news out of colorado springs. a become has killed three people
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at a planned parenthood location. one of the victims is a massachusetts native. 44-year-old garrett swasey grew up in melrose mass and graduated 1989. he was a six-year veteran of university of colorado at colorado springs police force. witnesses report hearing a barrage of bullets. some called loved ones while hiding from the gunman. >> she is inside. and she called me and she was telling me that there was a shooting. i heard that, the shooting, and she couldn't say too much because she was afraid that those guys, you know. amy: two civilians were also killed in the shootout and standoff between the gunman and officers. nine other people, including five police officers were shot, but are in good condition.
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known for months only as baby doe will finally be laid to rest today. a private service for baby bella will be held at the caggiano funeral home in winthrop, massachusetts. the two-year-old will be buried next to her paternal great-grandmother and there's a private mass at st. john's evangelist church this afternoon. and the girl's mother and mother's boyfriend are charged in her death. a man was operating a tractor when it rolled and pinned him underneath. police are not releasing the victim's identity until family can be notified. and check this out. a scary crash caught on an automotive's dash cam. police in connecticut were pulled over on i-95 after a crash, officers say another car came speeding down the highway just barely missing the cruiser, pulled over onto the shoulder and hit one of the cars involved
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in the original crash. the driver faces charges, including reckless endangerment. hurt. new this morning, the man accused of jumping the white house fence on thanksgiving day is from connecticut. police say 22-year-old joseph caputo jumped the fence in an american flag while the president and his family were home celebrating the holiday. he's charged with one count of illegal entry. and ordered to undergo a psychiatric evaluation and ordered to appear in federal court on monday. police in vermont say a teenager train. investigators say the 18-year-old and another man were on the tracks in west hartford on a bridge that crosses the white river. the second victim is now hospitalized in critical condition. the amtrak train was stopped for nearly three hours as the investigators were on scene.
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the city of nashua is preparing for its annual holiday stroll tonight. it's the city's largest event and this year, because of the nice weather, they're expecting a big turnout to make sure everyone is safe. there will be a larger police presence than in previous years. wmur's kristen carosa has the story. kristen: city officials are adding 20 officers to patrol this year's event. more than 30,000 people are expected and organizers aren't taking any chances. >> final preparations are underway in nashua as the city gets ready to host its annual holiday stroll. >> we get about 30,000 people each year and they-- the folks that come out this year won't be disappointed. more than 75 demonstrations and performances and shopping and attractions in the downtown area. >> this year, for the first time,we're incorporating , and making sure the indian population feel welcome. >> and for the first time an increased police presence.
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>> we've put extra police officers into the mix. with so many folks, there's really a big reason to have extra eyes out there. >> emergency management director, justin cates says recent events have prompted the need to enhance safety. 20 extra officers will be out on the streets. >> having those extra police officers out there, just reassures everybody that it's a safe event and that if there's something that does happen that's not good, they'll be able to go out and respond real quick. >> kate says emergency staff are ready to respond to whatever may happen. >> special events like the holiday stroll offer our public safety officials an opportunity to practice their procedures and really make sure that all of our public safety staff are aware of the protocols that we would handle during some sort of an emergency. >> the annual event has been held for 20 years. cates says there have only been a few minor incidents during that time and safety officials intend to keep it that way. >> nashua is one of the students
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that really takes special events seriously and really, you can see that through the number of planning meetings that we hold before any one of these events. >> the events starts at 5 p.m. right here at city hall and runs until 10. carosa. news 9. >> the holiday season is already underway in concord. >> the tree outside the state house was lit up last night. this year it's from pennecook and has hundreds of lights. people enjoyed a petting zoo, horse drawn wagon rides and even santa came out for the run. >> it's a community event just to bring us altogether. there's no such thing as west concord, south concord, it's all for everybody. >> and those mild temps. what a treat, right? the celebration was capped off with a fireworks display. >> a special send-off for
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service members headed oversees. the greeters at the portsmouth international airport to welcome a flight from texas on the way to germany and then kuwait. more than 200 men and women from the department of defense employees, they were joined by boy scouts as well as medal of honor recipient, ryan pitts. we, of course, saw unseasonably weather. and suzanne roantree says it was a thumbs up kind of day with one exception. >> folks were out enjoying the 60 degree temperatures, but that's a far cry from a year ago. the 2014 thanksgiving day storm was for the record books, nearly a foot of show was dumped on parts of new hampshire. temperatures hoovered near 32 and crews tried to restore power to more than 200,000 customers. fast forward a year later and
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>> isn't this lovely? >> temperatures soared into the low 60's, shoppers hit the sidewalks of portsmouth many arriving on motorcycles and enjoying the warm sunshine. children were in their strollers and runners getting their exercise and people, watchers out in force, none of them had to be bundled up on this november day. >> i was comfortable. >> yes. can you remember the last time the day after thanksgiving was this warm? >> yes, but it was a long time ago. >> it's been almost 40 years since granite staters have seen temperatures this high on the day after thanksgiving. the last time, it was this warm was in 1976 when it hit 65 in concord. over the years, the average temperature for this date is 44 degrees. business owners say the warm weather helped with the foot traffic in downtown portsmouth on friday morning. usually i'm not coming in until lunchtime, but i think this
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walkable weather has made a difference. >> ice skating was supposed to start today and the news wasn't as good. >> unfortunately, due to the unseasonably warm temperatures, we've been fighting against the ground that's not yet frozen and warm air temperatures and the ice is not ready. >> susan roantree, wmur news 9. >> strawberry bank says they're crossing their fingers that skating lessons can start by tuesday of next week. >> and plaid friday, the day was started for the creative businesses that add diversity to the experience and many shops had their plaid on. >> promoting small businesses and kind of getting away from the 6 a.m. door buster crowds and this is my one plaid shirt. >> getting people downtown like this instead of the craziness it made sense. >> rocking the kilt there.
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business owners say more people were out shopping earlier, thanks of course, in part to that beautiful mild weather. the new hampshire spca in stratham cashed in on the frenzy of black friday. people were able to pick their price on all adult animals available for adoption and also a special deal on kittens. last year's event placed 40 animals home for the holidays. organizers hoped at least that many would be adopted this year. >> so far it's been mostly kittens and cats and dogs, but available. we've got it. though, right? if you didn't get a chance to stop into the spca's black friday event. adoption. and you can find out on our website, wmur.com. coming up, it may be more difficult to find a holiday staple this year. how the avian flu is impacting supplies of eggnog. it's a busy friday with the td
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garden with the bruins at home. they did. it was warm, wasn't it? a one-day thing. much cooler air dragged down behind the cold front. how cool it's going to be, i'll have the forecast.
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>> now, meteorologist hayley
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lapoint and the storm watch forecast. hayley: we're in the midst of another dry streak of weather. we have showers moving across the state and you can see on the web-cams across the region that all of us are kind of dealing with a dreary start. the good news is we will have slow improvement through the day, especially for those of you in the north country and sun breaking through sooner than the rest of us, but we've got rain showers coming down from the lakes region to the monadnock region and temperatures holding onto the 50's at least in portsmouth, manchester, nashua. it won't be much longer before the 40 degree temperatures from concord to laconia start to invade, too. the colder air coming down from the north and will keep the temperatures colder even as we get to the afternoon here. 45 degrees concord, same thing in laconia. 40 in plymouth. and berlin, even up there, 50's
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and low 60's. across the region, you can see the big distances near. burlington, vermont, 33. only a matter of time before this blue air mass. the colder air starts to get back down toward the rest of new england and for all of us, back to reality of the november type temperatures that we should be experiencing instead of more like september like we had yesterday. so this cold front draped across the state now is going to swing through and it will change the wind direction, it was out of the southwest yesterday pumping in warmer air, well, now, it's south of the northwest, allowing the colder air to drain down from canada. the rain showers are moving through, too, to the most part, they're to the south of the plymouth area and south of plymouth you had the rain coming down and even at a good clip in some locations. you see the darker green along 202 and even 1 01 and manchesterment you'll need your windshield wipers through southern new hampshire at least.
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once we get to the afternoon, slowly, but surely, the rain showers and the clouds will begin to move away from the north first down toward the south and it will be brighter, at least by the time we get to sunset tonight across the state. overnight completely clear and with this colder air mass in place, it's going to be chilly tomorrow morning and frosty as well. mostly sunny, temperatures cooler, but will be drying out just a few passing clouds expected. looking at a wet portsmouth there, temperatures in the 40's for the most part today. morning showers then cloudy, cooler and then for sunday, we're back to full sunshine, it will be cold on monday as well. night into wednesday. and overall there, you see the 40's, no more 60's. >> it's bound to happen, right? >> yeah, back to reality. >> the turkey is put away and now it's time to untangle the lights, for some folks, that's a lot of work. here is abc's nick watt.
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>> the crazy christmas light season, crazier every year from the heights, to candy cane lane to woodland hills, colorado where it's going to take them three days to get everything in position. not everybody is quite so into it. >> authorities in plantation, florida right now trying to shut down mark hyatt's subtle seasonal display, some neighbors complained. >> it's a safety hazard. >> it brings our neighbors together. too many people don't know their neighbors. >> and pilots reported a laser strike. turns out it was a star shower laser light decoration. >> in north ridge, ohio, apparently some of bob's 45,000 lights are on curbside city property but thousands of people signed a pro bob's bright bulbs and the city.
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when germans put candles on the tree and then edison took it electric. and there's a show on abc, called the great christmas light fight and cash prize for the brightest and gaudiest. don't just don't trip on the lights fantastic. >> now, jamie staton and news 9 sports. good saturday morning, everybody, check out quick sports from last night. boston celtics on the court against the washington wizards. jared sullinger, and avery bradley played well, scored 16. look at the score. boston was up 22-8 and then turner will knock down a shot before the half. celtics roll, 111-78. they play at orlando tomorrow night. before the basketball in boston, there was ice. picking up 2-1 rangers on the power play, picks a spot and
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scores for boston. 2-2 after two periods. in the third, the rangers retake the lead also on a power play. this one off the post and in for jt miller, so the bad guys were up 3-2. getting late for the bruins in the third. and spooner saves the day. look at the great shot. fifth of the year, 3-3, they use that momentum to win it and a shot goes off a ranger upfront. make it five straight wins, bruins take it 4-3. monarchs on the road at the norfolk admirals. a hat trick for legion. they win 6-5. a quick look at sports. amy: quick, indeed. jamie. here on news 9, an egg shortage is impacting a holiday favorite. why you may be paying a bit more for eggnog this year. now to our u local hot shot, here is jamie staton and blake at the stadium.
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>> avian flu led to an egg shortage nationwide and that's affecting a classic holiday treat eggnog. kaitlin smith explains how a pennsylvania company is keeping up with demand. >> in addition to its regular flavors of coffees and teas, around this time every year,
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this year, it was scrambling. >> that supplier said we're affected by the avian flu the national egg shortage, we won't be able to supply the mixture. >> the company decided to come up with its own recipe and tested over and over until the taste was right. >> and right now we know it's the best quality eggnog compared to 2014 and past year's recipe. >> it got millions of eggs from the parent company kroger and mixed it with net-- nutmeg and flavors. each batch is taste tested and if it's watered down, it goes down the drain. when it's good. >> very good. >> it goes into the gallon. this year's batch will cost you $5.49. 50 cents more per gallon than last year, but turkey hill hopes
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>> in the spirit of giving, home services would love some help for people in need. the nonprofit provides support for citizens and people with medical disabilities to remain in their homes safely and independently. it offers everything from lighthouse keeping to skilled care, to people in stratford county, as well as parts of rocking ham and carol counties. they started five years ago for gift baskets and could use donations from mittens and hats to basic needs. >> also, food donations and guten-free and diabetic, safe woods would be important. some bedding. tissues, things that we take for granted every day, toothpaste, toilet paper, paper towels. the gift baskets will be delivered in the next few weeks. hayley: rainy start to the day. gloomy and not a bad morning to sit in and maybe have some
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pancakes, maybe around the fire. it's cooler than yesterday. temperatures will top out in the upper 40's. basically where we are now and will continue to go down through the rest of the day. tomorrow looks good. we're back to sunshine. but a lot cooler temperatures as you see there as we push forward. back to the november reality. right. the news continues at the top of the hour with the top stories, we continue to follow breaking news out of colorado. details we've learned about a shooting at planned parenthood.
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>> now on news 9. planned parenthood shooting. three people including a new england native are dead. what we're learning this morning about the hour's long standoff. hayley: tracking showers this morning. when they end and what follows behind the change. amy: and nashua patrol designed to keep everyone safe. >> no one follows new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, new hampshire, it's 8:00 on saturday. i'm amy coveno. we begin this hour with breaking news, three people are dead after a shooting at a planned parenthood in colorado springs. one of the victims is 44-year-old garrett swasey. he graduated high school in massachusetts and was an officer
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colorado springs police department. abc's brandi hitt is live in colorado this morning. she brings us the latest information on this continuing breaking story. >> good morning, what a horrific scene and still a very active crime scene this morning. if you look over my shoulder, you can see those police cars, that's where the planned parenthood facility is. overnight there were officers, including explosives experts who went inside going door-to-door, making sure the man the suspect they now have in custody, left nothing behind. >> we're taking fire, two hits. >> it was five intense hours, police exchanging gunfire with the man inside this colorado springs planned parenthood facility after the gunman first opened fire in a nearby parking lot. >> he with as in front of me and he was aiming at me and i just hit the gas.
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>> witnesses say first responders then became the next targets. one by one, officers were shot and took cover. >> he turned around with a bloody face and went, get out of here, get out of here. as backup arrived, the gun battle continued inside the building illed uildingment more than 100 officers. >> his sister was caught in the building, he speak to her by phone. >> there was some guys shooting. >> did she say him? >> yes. >> what did she say about them. >> yeah, she was hiding. >> two civilians were killed during the shooting spree along with the 44-year-old officers garrett swasey. the gunman surrendered after sunsetments our officers acted with untold valor. >> nine additional victims were wounded, including ozy
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luciano, coming to grips with what happened. >> i just felt helpless. >> it's hard to imagine what the victims went through yesterday. it's not known how many days officers may be here at the scene, but we know, according to them, while they investigate the motive, they have not found any clear connection at this point to planned parenthood. brandi hitt. abc news, now, back to you. >> overnight, we learned officer garrett swasey is a graduate from melrose. he's a champion figure skater, well-known in new england. swasey reportedly went to the clinic to support colorado springs after the shooting. be sure to stay with us for the latest on the situation. when you're not on the air, depend on the newest app and information 24 hours a day.
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day for black friday shoppers. how are things looking for today's small business crowd? meteorologist hayley lapoint has the weather out there. >> it's definitely damp as the showers are working through. there's a live look at manchester and see the wet pavement. the cold air is making a big return here. temperatures from manchester to nashua, portsmouth have been in the 50's and creep downward. there won't be much of a rebound either. the temperatures basically slide down through the rest of the day. we've got rain showers and pockets of heavier rain into the monadnock region, manchester, dover, hampton as well. you might run into pockets of heavier rain headed out the door. so the temperatures on the map are basically what we have right now and then through the rest of the day as they start to slide down. even this afternoon, it's going to feel a lot chillier, compared
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i'll have a full breakdown of the rest of the weekend's forecast coming up in a couple of minutes. >> new this morning, salem police are investigating a purse snatching, this happened just before 2:30 friday at kohl's. the victim says she was at her car when the 16-year-old suspect allegedly grabbed her purse from her court and ran toward the back of the store. pa police k-9 tracked the suspect hiding behind two semi trucks. the purse was found between two tt tt-- tractor-trailer tires nearby. >> officers arrested robert moral who has been convicted of the same offense before. he now faces a felony charges of indecent exposure and lewdness and released on 750 personal recognizance bail. police in massachusetts say a man turned himself in for stealing a donation jar. this is surveillance video from a convenience store in norwood. as our sister station reports,
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his mother encouraged him to go to police. >> david, anything you want to say to us. >> no comment from a man who admits to stealing a jimmy fund donation can. he posted bail friday afternoon following his arraignment at dedham district court. he's seen in the surveillance video stealing the jar after buying a soda and scratch ticket. the store owner's son was working the counter at the time. he tried to it steal it the first time and he put it back and asked me about this little thing here. and he bought a scratchoff ticket and started scratching it and i turned my back. it contained $84 intended for kids with cancer. when officers asked him why he stole the change and turned himself in, he stated he didn't know why he did it. he said he turned himself in because his mother had seen his picture on the news and it was
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the right thing to do. >> a new donation jar is already in place at the store's checkout counter. he works as a nurse at a local nursing home. >> he took the money to a coin cashing machine on friday morning. his attorney told the judge the accident was a mistake. >> as soon as he realized what he did he turned himself in. apparently he went to the store to buy a few items and realized he took something he shouldn't have. >> wmur news 9. >> happening today, the town of amherst will honor veterans who passed away. annual wreaths across amherst takes place each year, this is video from a past event. volunteers place wreaths at five cemeteries starting at meadow view on foundry street. the wreaths will stay there throughout the holiday season. >> coming up next on news 9 this morning, a black friday of protests, hundreds of demonstrators braving cold temperatures and rain.
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filling one of chicago's main shopping areas. an unusual robbery in michigan,
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>> good saturday morning, new hampshire. it's ten minutes past 8:00. there's a live look in concord, what a pretty sight there, the tree all lit up. 45 degrees there. 49 degrees. and as we go through the day, the temperatures continue to tumble. it's going to feel much coolerment rain showers end this morning and some peeks of sun in the afternoon. amy: friday, people in france paid tribute to those killed two weeks ago when the terror attacks in paris.
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the national anthem played as president francois hollande led the ceremony at napoleon's tomb. president hollande pledged to destroy the, quote, army of fanatics. and we move now to the situation in chicago. the windy city on edge after dash cam video was released this week showing the 2014 death of a black teenager shot 16 times by a white police officer. protesters blocked stores and shut down traffic in the city during black friday. the demonstrators gathered on michigan avenue's magnificent mile, a popular shopping destination and they're demanding the resignation of the city's police commissioner for a federal investigation and i should say for a federal investigation into his department. michigan police say a man dressed as a guard walked away from an armored car robbery with more than half a million dollars. it happened in broad daylight
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outside a casino in detroit yesterday. the driver is supposed to remain behind the wheel at all times. he told investigators that a man dressed like a fellow loomis armored car worker, asked him to unlock the vehicle. he took the cash and walked off. surveillance video inside the casino is examined for clues. goodbye to the warm temperatures. hayley: yes, yesterday, it was nice to put up the christmas lights without being so cold to do it. and the cold front is moving through, i'll have the forecast coming up. and--
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>> now, meteorologist hayley lapoint and your forecast. hayley: good morning, we have changing weather and kicking out the warmth that we have yesterday and in its place the return of more november-like air. here is a live look in littleton where it looks like the rain has certainly let up a bit. we have the low clouds and maybe a bit of fog, kind of a dreary
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beginning to our saturday. in derry, it's still raining and at a good clip. we've had a couple of downpours moving through and yesterday was a totally different story in derry. we had sunshine and temperatures warm, we got to 66 degrees in derry. the warmest spot in new hampshire was actually salem at 68 degrees we reached 65 in auburn, dover and gorham, that far north in november. 61 degrees almost unheard of. in fact, we were close to breaking a record at least in concord. the high temperature we reached yesterday. 64 degrees, you compare that to the average, 44. it was a lot warmer than that. a good 20 degrees warmer than the average. the record high was 65. we came within 1 degree of breaking it, of course, set back in 1976 so we didn't quite do that, but regardless, it was a warm one indeed. look at the temperatures right now. we have fallen into the 40's almost everywhere except for nashua and portsmouth. but you guys will be joining the
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because cold air is sinking do un un-- down from canada. 40's and 50's and now into the 30's. the colder air is making a big comeback as this cold front has been springing across the state. look at the rain showers. basically the region and southward where it's most consistent. still could be areas of drizzle north of laconia, but heavier rain showers just off toward the west of manchester, towards goffstown, new boston, hillsborough where you see the darker shades of green on the rainfall. this is a cold front and the winds shifted out of the northwest, dragging down the colder air out of quebec and canada. for the rest of the day, the temperatures continue to tumble downward. by 3:00 this afternoon. most of us should be well done with the rainfall and drying out. it's questionable how many of us, communities along the mass
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border will see the sun before sunset, but most of us should, especially in the northern part of the state. it will be a slow clearing throughout the rest of the day tomorrow though, no problems with seeing the sun. it will be a bright day, just a bit coolerment high temperatures in the upper 30's, more 40's, seasonable for this time in november and then sunday night with clear skies, it looks like we're going to be chilly. tonight or today we should say, morning showers and then cloudy, possibly some clearing, especially up north. temperatures tumbling through winds out of the north between 5 to 10 miles per hour. a big event going on in derry today. 1:00 the holiday parade kicking off. cloudy and a cooler feel, certainly. not the 60's like we had yesterday. tomorrow, 40's for highs and then look at the overnight temperatures, too, sunday night, only 17. monday, a cold one, but sunny, and a few more rain showers likely, tuesday, wednesday. no snow on that at all, amy, except for maybe the higher
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elevations, but it doesn't look like we're getting that soon. >> i was trying to get you to go out on a limb about christmas. my kids are asking, too soon. >> nothing right now. ok, the largest collection of ship wrecks in the western hemisphere sits in a shallow bay not far from the nation's capital. it soon could become the nation's national sanctuary. wmur's salary kidd reports from mallows bay, maryland. >> 30 miles south of the nation's capital, hidden away in a place called mallows bay. the ghostly remnants of a sunken fleet of ships have their final resting place. >> we're in the tidal section of the potomac river and what's need is that when the tides go out the ships emerge from the river. you see the wooden skeletons jutting up from skunken holes and the spikes used to hold the boards in place. >> it's an amazing place. there's 185 shipwrecks
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concentrated in the bay behind me. >> you see right here. >> don spent over a decade. documenting the sunken fleet. >> there's mallows bay. >> some of the wrecks date back to the revolutionary war and most are wooden steam ships hurriedly built during world war i. >> at the end of the war what are we going to do with the ships? well, they're obsolete and we offered them up for other countries to take, nobody wanted them. >> efforts to salvage the ships for scrap eventually went burst during the great depression. >> the government finally decided that, well, we're going to leave them. >> over the decades, each vessel became its own mini eco system. >> mother nature is reclaiming her own. the ships, you see the trees growing out of them. >> and those shipwrecks have become these wonderful meccas for wild life. so ospreys, and great blue
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herons, and striped bass are thriving. >> now mass lows bay and its fleet have been nominated for sanctuary status. >> it's a great economic driver for tourism, a great way to educate the public about the chesapeake bay and a great way to afford an additional element of protection for in special place. >> that holds a special place in history, on mallows bay, i'm salary kidd. >> coming up next, winter is coming, but we have a recipe that will make you think of summer. how you can make these delicious fish tacos ahead. >> holiday stroll, how the city of nashua is planning to keep you safe in tonight's big event. >> and today's adopt-a-pet is a playful put. aniece like to snuggle under blankets and cuddle.
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>> hey there, everybody, we're going to take you to the tropics here in cooks corner. kenny in unwined. >> always a pleasure, thanks for having me. >> a colorful dish here. >> that goes with our theme at unwined. we've been there about 14 1/2 years and a couple months ago we recently remodeled after opening up a small breakfast lunch place in goffstown.
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the unwined location. merged the names to unwined key west cafe and that's where you get the trap -- tropical colors. and we're do that with the mahi mahi-mahi mahi-mahi. we have a whole menu dedicated to caribbean cuisine and then the unwined originals. >> and you can get an appetizer for two or four if somebody wants it for their meal. what we started off here, a blending of our coleslaw with the green purple cabbage and julienne carrots and the tropical fruit salsa. papaya, mangos, pineapple, mixed with key lime and cilantro. >> sounds good, nice. >> you hit it perfect.
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with our key lime cilantro mayonnaise which helps combine everything together. we're not going to mix that yet. what i'm first going to do is take my mahi-mahi, that you thin slice and gentle drizzle it with some oil and a little bit of what we call our essence of unwined. a seasonening blend we make. >> a proprietary blend. garlic and seasoning. >> i can feel the sand between my toes right now. >> you do not have to coombs that for long. especially if you're using a fresh product. just cook that a few minutes, while that's cooking go ahead altogether. >> ok. >> and put that right here. >> all right. and these are just soft taco shells you can get anywhere, the flour, you want to use the flour, and not the corn, the corn will break apart. >> there's your slaw. >> ok. >> meanwhile, a minute or two
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>> i love the magical oven. >> yeah, your finished product here, your mahi-mahi nicely cooked, still, you know, i've got gloves on, ooh, it's hot. put that on there and garnish with our delicious flavorful roasted red pepper. >> you've got the different flavors going on there, that's great. >> a flavorable dish, key limes to garnish, that's your mahi tacos and we've made fresh fruit crepe, we make all of our crepes are done to order, a list of sweet savory crepes for breakfast, this is a quinoa burrito bowl for lunch menu, you can do that with chicken and a tropical flare and fruit salsa and avacado. >> and folks who have neve been there in 14 1/2 years, where are you located.
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>> a plaza set off the street and the idea once you find us and get inside, it's a beautiful scene on the inside. find us on the web. unwined.net. don't forget the "the e" in unwined, and loving every minute on it, still. >> you took us to the beach, appreciate it. need to warm up a little.
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jeb bush: here's the truth you will not hear from our president: we are at war it is the struggle the fate of the free world. the united states should not delay in leading a global coalition to take out isis with
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total destruction. we can't withdraw from this threat or negotiate with it. we have but one choice: to defeat it. vo: right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, it's 8:30. i'm an my coveno. here is a look at top stories on the half hour. three people, including a massachusetts native are dead after a shooting at a colorado planned parenthood. officers say the gunman engaged
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before they could take him into custody. >> annual holiday patrol. there will be a larger police presence than in previous years. >> the little girl once known to the girl only as baby doe will be laid to rest today. the service for fella bond will be at the caggiano funeral home in winthrop. first, let's check with hayley lapointe. what a difference a day makes, right? >> yeah, 24 hours a huge difference. yesterday, it was beautiful. we had 60's and sun. well, that's what we're waking up to now there in goffstown. you can't see much because we've got a lot of low clouds and rain and 49 degrees in goffstown. the temperatures are only going down from there. you can zoo he the rain showers draped across mainly southern new hampshire now. a couple of snow showers up in the higher elevations and the heaviest of rain is confined to concord, down through manchester
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and then into the southeastern part of the state toward raymond, plaistow, and wherever you see them, those are embedded heavier downpours. the bigger thing, after the rain moves out, it will be colder and temperatures cool up to the north. in plymouth. 45 in concord. as we go through the day shall the temperatures continue to tumble. we'll have some sunny breaks by later this afternoon as the sun breaks out behind this cold front. i'll talk more about how cold it will be and the rest of the weekend's forecast, too, coming up in a few minutes. we are continuing to follow breaking news out of colorado springs where a gunman has -- planned parenthood location. and garrett swasey grew up in 1989 1989. he with as a six hadden year veteran at colorado springs police force. one survivor says the gunman
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>> it's a lot of women in there and very innocent people in there. >> i just felt helpless, that's all. >> i don't like feeling helpless. amy: two civilians were also killed during the standoff between the gunman and officers. nine other people, including officers were shot, but in good condition. bella bond, the little girl known for months only as baby doe will finally be laid to rest today. a private service for baby bella will be held at the caggiano massachusetts. the two-year-old will be buried next to her paternal great-grandmother and there's also a public memorial mass held at st. john the evangelist church. the girl's mother and mother's her death. a man was killed in a farm accident in tamworth friday. new hampshire state police tell news 9 the man was operating a
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tractor when it rolled over and pinned him. the police are not releasing the victim's identity until the family can be notified. a scary crash caught on officer dash cam. police were pulled over on interstate 95 after a crash. another car came speeding down the highway, barely missing the cruiser pulled off on the shoulder and hitting one of the cars involved in the original crash. the driver faces charges, including reckless endangerment. amazingly, no one was seriously hurt. new this morning, the man accused of jumping the white house fence on thanksgiving day is from connecticut. police say 22-year-old joseph caputo of stanford jumped the fence draped in an american flag while the president and his family were home, celebrating the holiday. the jump prompted a lockdown and he's been ordered to undergo a psychiatric evaluation. and is scheduled to appear in federal court monday. >> the city of nashua is
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preparing for the annual holiday stroll tonight. it's the city's largest event and this year, because of the nice weather, they're expecting a big turnout. to make sure everyone is safe. there will be a larger police presence than in previous years. wmur's kristen carosa tells us what to expect. >> the city officials are adding 20 officers to patrol this year's event. more than 30,000 people are expected and organizers aren't taking any chances. >> final preparations are underway in nashua as the city gets ready to host its annual holiday stroll. >> we get about 30,000 people each year and they-- the folks that come out this year won't be disappointed. >> the event will feature more than 75 demonstrations, performances, shopping and attractions in the area. >> to celebrate our growing indian population we want to make sure they feel welcomed. >> for the first time this year police will notice an increased police presence. >> we've put some extra police
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officers into the mix because with so many folks, theres' really a big reason to have extra eyes out there. >> emergency management director says recent events have prompted the need to enhance safety. 20 extra officers will be out on the streets. >> having those extra police officers out there just reassures everybody that it's a safe event, and that if there's something that does happen that's not good. they will be able to respond quickly. >> they're ready to respond to whatever happens. >> special events like the holiday stroll offer the public safety officials to practice the procedures and make sure all of the public safety staff are aware of the protocols that we would handle during some sort of an emergency. >> the annual event has been held for 20 years. cates says there have only been a few incidents during that time and they intend to keep it that way.
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events seriously and really, you can see that through the number of planning meetings that we hold before any one of these events. >> the event starts at 5 p.m. at city hall and it runs until 10. reporting in nashua. kristen carosa. news 9. >> a special send-off for service members overseas and the greeters are there to welcome a flight from texas on the way to germany and then on to kuwait. more than 200 servicemen and women along with department of defense employees were on board. the greeters were joined by some boy scouts, as well as medal of honor recipients, ryan pitts. we did see some unseasonably warm weather yesterday and made for a pleasant opportunity for those out and about. susan roundtree, says it was a
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people were about, and that wasn't the same as last year. temperatures hovered near 32 and for days, utility crews tried to restore power to more than 200 customers. fast forward a year later and it's quite a bit of a different story. isn't this lovely? >> shoppers hit the sidewalks in portsmouth, many arriving on motorcycles enjoying sunshine. children were in their strollers, runners getting exercise and people watchers out in force, none of them had to be bundled up on this november day. >> it's comfortable. >> you wear shorts all year round? >> yes. >> can you remember the last time that the day after thanksgiving was this warm? ago. >> it's been almost 40 years since granite staters have seen temperatures this high on the day after thanksgiving. the last time, it was this warm was in 1976, when it hit 65 in concord.
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temperature for this date is 44 degrees. >> business owners say the warm weather helped with the foot traffic in downtown portsmouth on friday morning. >> usually not coming in until lunchtime, but i really think that this nice walkable weather has made a huge difference. >> over the bank where the news wasn't as good. >> unfortunately, due to unseasonably warm temperatures, we've been fighting against a ground that's not yet frozen and warm air temperatures and the ice is not ready. susan roundtree, wmur, news 9. >> strawberry banks say they're crossing their fingers that skating lessons can start by tuesday of next week. >> coming up next, it may be more difficult to find eggnog. an officer is training for the boston marathon in memory of his mom. jamie staton has the
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hayley: steady rain moving through new hampshire. the rest of us or all of us should be done by the afternoon hours.
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>> now, meteorologist haley la points and your storm watch forecast. hayley: good morning, it health like november, and a raw feel because of the rain coming down, too. here is a live look across the state. up in the north country, that's where we're actually drying out first, though there are a few flurries on top of some of the higher elevation peaks. in the lakes region and monadnock region, we have rain coming down and the temperatures coming down as well. take a look at this. so we started out the morning, especially in southern new hampshire with temperatures in the 50's. we still remain there in
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portsmouth and nashua. invading. concord down to 45. it's 49 in manchester. 30's across much of the north. white field. the colder air coming in and will basically be dropping the tempts for all of us as we go through the next few hours. and you can see the split here. where the cold front is through central new hampshire and back toward albany. hartford yesterday broke a record high temperature. some of us got close to that yesterday with our highs in the 60's. today we're back down to november normals. here comes the cold front. this will kick out the warmer air and change the winds more out of the northwest and that will help to drag down the cooler, drier air out of canada. along with it comes the rain showers, too. there have been heavier bouts of rain toward the seacoast. where you see the yellow colors. those are pockets of heavier
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rain, slow going along route 202 there toward epsom and at the seacoast, a blotch over hampton and portsmouth, the rain is coming down at a good clip and continues as well back toward manchester, derry and into the monadnock region as well. the rain showers should be over and done with for the vast majority of us by noon time. there may be showers along the mass border or the seacoast. we'll see the sun peeking out of the clouds and particularly in the northern part of the state. i'm optimistic and may be seeing some in new hampshire, too. we'll clear out in earnest overnight tonight. and that will mean cold temperatures to start out tomorrow morning, but we'll have lots of sun for our sunday, we'll dry out and it will be a hot cooler. in the 30's, closer to 40 in the southern part of the state. down.
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and mostly cloudy, peeks of sun in the afternoon. mostly sunny and cooler with high temperatures upper 30's into the low 40's. a so a breakdown of your sunday forecast, starting out chilly and frosty in some spots. overnight. and it temps in the 30's. low 40's. tomorrow afternoon and then cooling down again. 17 degrees on monday morning and day. lots of sun, but 40's and we keep that trend going through the week here. no snow in the forecast, a couple of chances for rain chances next week and still not cold enough to get the snow here. >> going to need the ice scraper. >> it's cold. from an annual plunge into cold water into a race of remembrance on the granite state and wanted to hear you say. >> what's happening, new hampshire? >> those are ballerinas performing one of the holiday
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season's most classic tales at the palace theater. the southern new hampshire dance theater will be presenting the nutcracker this weekend. this magical ballet features more than 85 talented local dancers, as well as a live orchestra and special guests including our owneren fehlau, there are performances today and tomorrow. and all the cold turkeys will be at the third annual cold turkey plunge told. a helps the nonprofit that provides access to winter sports and recreation opportunities for children and adults with cognitive and physical disabilities. bring your bathing suits or wear whacky costumes and take the cold turkey plunge into corcoran pond. 'tis the season to take a stroll in nashua. more than 30,000 is expected for the holiday stroll. it's the biggest event from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. today.
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than 75 demonstrations and this event is free and shuttle service is available. a race of remembrance. the ryan o'day fivek memorial run will be held the first time today. it recognizes a teachers, coach and friend. ryan o'day died waiting for a heart transplant earlier this year and the race is held today on what would have been his 29th birthday. all proceeds of the 5k will go towards a scholarship fund in his name. that's what's happening, new hampshire. for wmur, i'm jean mackin. amy: and a postscript to what's happening. video from erin fehlau's debut in the nutcracker. she's rolled onto the stage with a giant skirt and dancers emerge
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from the ruffles. it's a sight to see. >> you talk about a busy day at the gardens, bruins and the celtics. they look good, a game drive and scored 18 points, and celtics went up and scored 16 in the game. just before the half. evan turner will knock down a jumper. it's never a game. they rolled over. and they play at orlando magic. after that, the bruins hosted york. in the second, connolly fires it in. 2-2 after two periods. in the third, the rangers were able to take the lead and want a power play, this one goes for jt miller, went off the post and in. 3-2 rangers. it was late in the game for the bruins, but ryan spooner saved the day and scores on the power play, his fifth of the year, it's all tied 3-3.
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the bruins use that had to get it. and krecji gets it. monarchs, it was a happy friday, they win over the norfolk admirals, should say 6-5, a hat trick from stephen legion. the big game day, unh host colgate at 3:30 today. first round of the fsc playoffs. five straight for colgate. >> they're going to have a chip on their shoulders. we made some plays and got out of it with a couple of clean breaks for them. second time around, a lot tougher to do things. >> they have a really good quarterback, in jake melville and contain him in the pocket and they're tight end. he's one of their guys. >> and so it's been 10 # , 11 weeks and they've changed a lot and so have we, definitely a good game.
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we'll see you there today at 3:30. you watch ohio state, michigan, and oklahoma and oklahoma state. salem police officers are looking a little rough this month. you may have noticed they have not shaved the entire month. it's all to support the boston marathon cause of one of their own. officer joey defeudis is training for his first marathon in memory of the woman he calls his best friend, his mom. >> everything kind of came in the form of a tidal wave. my mother had been diagnosed with aml, a form of leukemia. it was six months of probably the most intense highs and lows you can imagine. i had two choices. i could either sit there and sort of feel sorry for myself, but i owe her more. i jumped into the fight against cancer. i want to be a person who makes a difference.
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for the month of november, we've been allowed to grow our beards as you can see, and we were able to raise a chunk of money that way. kind of a dream, once i get in this and hopefully i'm the straw that breaks the camel's back. due to my efforts and efforts of everybody else raising money as we speak. the different charities and everything, i would like. i'd like no one to have to go through this. she's with me 24/7 constantly thinking about her and i owe her my life and where i'm at today and the type of person i am. running the marathon and doing what i'm doing now is the very least that i can do for her. >> he has a lot of training to go and fund raising to do, but raised over $12,000. which is tremendous. if you'd like to contribute to the cause of officers joey defeudis, search under his last name. we say good luck to joey.
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>> thank you, jamie staton. on news 9 this morning, an egg
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>> avian flu has led to an egg shortage nationwide and that's affecting a classic holiday treat. eggnog. explaining how a pennsylvania company is keeping up with demand.
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flavors of coffees and teas, turkeyhill makes eggnog. this year it was scrambling. >> that supplier said, we're affected by the avian flu. and the egg shortage overall. we won't be an i believe to supply the regular mixture. >> the company somedayed -- decided to come up with its own recipe until the taste was right. >> finally we came up with the best eggnog and compared to the 2014 and past year's recipe. >> it got millions from its parents company kroger and mixed with nutmeg and other flavors and is making 600,000 gallons. each batch is taste tested and if it's watered down, it goes down the drain and when it's good. >> very good. >> it goes into the gallon. this year's batch 5.49. 50 cents more than last year. and the turkey hill hopes the taste and tradition will be
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hayley: got to have some this time of year. amy: a little bit. hayley: today, a good morning for hot chocolate because temperatures are just tumbling. that 47 is what we reached this morning and then the temperatures continue to fall. rain showers this morning. and then slow improvement, bright and cooler for our sunday. amy: we got word that the derry parade got canceled because of years. we'll have much more on the shooting at a planned parenthood il
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