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see, but there is a small memorial that has been crafted here at the crash scene where authorities say one person was killed and several others were seriously hurt. 31-year-old alexander burke of bow appeared in manchester circuit court by video monday morning. charged with negligent homicide following a crash early sunday that killed a 47-year-old woman. >> we're asking for a $500,000 cash only bail given the seriousness of the offenses alleged and our concern for public safety. we do believe he poses a significant danger. reporter: according to court documents burke was at the elliot hospital around 4:15 sunday morning looking for treatment for an injured hand. but left the hospital without being seen, and drove away with a woman in the passenger seat. the documents continue, saying that minutes later burke ran a red light at the intersection of lake avenue and union street, crashing into an s.u.v. carrying four people.
and i heard a large screek from the tires and i heard the tires collapse and the horn going off, so i ran outside and there was two cars that hit. reporter: officials say a passenger in the s.u.v. was pronounced dead at the scene, police say burke was intoxicated at the time of the crash. >> the 31-year-old bow resident was originally charged with aggravated ouil, which means he was above the legal limit, they upgraded the charges today to negligent homicide. reporter: the judge did set bail cash only. we spoke to someone from the victim's family today who asked for privacy. i'm andy hershberger, wmur news 9. jennifer: a father accused of being drunk during a car crash that killed his son has filed an intent to plead guilty to negligent homicide. prosecutors say that nghia huynh was drunk last year when his car flipped into oncoming traffic.
he will spend two to seven years in prison, minus time already served. the man from an dry aaaccused of possessing 23 images of child sex abuse on his cell phone appeared before a judge this morning. tommy paige was arrested nine days ago in the midst of a homicide investigation of an 11-month-old, shawn sylvester. investigators stress these are two separate ongoing investigations stemming from the same address on fowler river road. paige waived the probable cause hearing. >> we typically have 90 days to present a case and charges to grand jury, but sometimes we ask for an extension, that's not unusual. and it's too much in advance of the case for me to say what's going to happen with mr. paige's case. jennifer: paige remains in jail. no person of of interest has been named in the homicide of shawn sim investigate certain
impact trauma to his head. tom: a shooting threat in tilton was discovered on a social media app. winnisquam regional high school and middle school were placed on a soft lockdown after a student alerted school officials. amy coveno live now with how parents were notified and their reaction. reporter: an automated call went out to parents around 8:15 this morning, about two dozen arns opted to come and get their children. the app is called after school. according to students, people can post anonymously. but the users account is linked to facebook. school officials say they contacted police immediately who evaluated the threat and decided to use a soft lockdown, keeping students in a single classroom and monitoring every person who enters or leaves the building. >> we want to send out a message that this is very serious. people will be prosecuted and
of threats out there. >> are you happy with how the schools handled it? >> yes, they're right on top of it. but i just feel better that they're home. reporter: a few hours later police say with help from the f.b.i. they were able to identify the suspect. i just heard from chief cormier, he says the suspect is a teen, the identity will not be released, but that teen will be charged, school is back in session tomorrow. jennifer: new jersey governor christie is campaigning in loudon now, he received two endorsements in new hampshire that he's calling huge for his campaign. first the new hampshire union leader newspaper, and today a pair of republican activists. jennifer crompton begins our commitment 2016 coverage. reporter: renee and danny plumber have hosted luncheons and roundtables for nearly every republican candidate, and they
decided with just 10 weeks to go to the primary it was time to throw their support behind one. so today at another luncheon they announce pped their endorsement of governor chris christie. the new jersey governor fielded questions from a roundtable of local business people, focusing mostly on national security issues. renee plumber says she trusts christie to protect the country and says his performance in the debate, support of veterans, and his experience stood out. >> there's no one in republican circles that are more respected than renee and danny, so to have their endorsement today is a huge thing for our campaign. and when you add that in the same 24 hours that we get the union leader endorsement, i think it's showing people that folks are listening here in new hampshire and we're getting somewhere. reporter: christie says he believes most voters won't make up their minds until a week or two before the primary. he adds that most candidates wanted these endorsements both from the new hampshire union
this is a good day for his campaign. tom: former maryland governor martin o'malley was in new hampshire today and his stops included the airport diner in cafe. the democratic candidate for president loosened his tie to join undecided voters for a meal and shared stories about his music and his grades in school. political director josh mcelveen has more. >> hey, how are you, good to see you guys. reporter: o'malley brought some company along, joined at the table by his youngest son, william. >> i'm in high school, i'm a truant today. reporter: suddenly it was the 18-year-old under fire. >> he's searching for colleges in just four states. iowa, new hampshire, south carolina, nevada. reporter: as for his own education, o'malley says he was
a bit of a late bloomer. >> how do i say this? i was never in danger of skipping a grade. reporter: one subject o'malley loves is music, in high school he started a band and it kept him pretty busy. >> at the time there was about seven full-time irish bars in the area and only three fuel time bands. so we weren't very good, but we started getting hired. from the age of 17 i was playing in bars and sometimes three or four nights -- he's looking at me crazy. , no i would never let you do that. reporter: o'malley credits his parents for his pursuit of public service and his mom still stays on top of him, like the time he used salty language on social media. >> she scolded me once and said word. all my friends say that they saw you use that word on face page.
[laughter] . i said, mom, what's face page? about. reporter: since o'malley's wife is a judge, she can't join him on the campaign trail. this endeavor is clearly still a family affair. william, are you enjoying this? we rarely get fed. reporter: just one of the perks of candidate cafe. josh mcelveen, wmur news 9. jennifer: a woman dedicated to helping veterans now needs help of her own. >> it's humbling, just to know that perfect strangers will step up and try to help. jennifer: the generous offer she's already received in her quest to find a life saving donation. mike: chilly today and the cool flow does continue, but for how long. the forecast is coming up. >> good news for rob gronkowski,
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tom: a mother from stratham is in the fight for her life, she needs a new kidney and is appealing to the kindness of strangees information help. jennifer: there's been an outpouring of support for this woman who has dedicated her life to helping veterans. reporter: jo ann clark has made it her mission to
be there for new hampshire's struggling veterans. but now in her time of need she doesn't like asking for help. >> not at all. but i've been way too independent and it's hard for me. reporter: the 58-year-old stratham woman has been a diabetic most of her life, she has stage 5 chronic kidney disease and suffered major health issues this year.
with type o blood and matching tissue. she's now on a waiting list for a transplant, and that could take four to six years. >> the key right now is trying to get a kidney sooner than later. >> it's scary, every minute of the day i'm squared for her. >> her is. he's a worry wart. reporter: it's been a difficult year, but a successful one for her organization. last christmas she cofounded annie's angels, crisps pets for vets, it raises awareness about post-traumatic stress disorder and helps veterans find pets by paying for some of the adoption fees. it's resulted in 80 adoptions. >> it's heart warming, and very rewarding for me. to see that i'm helping to make a difference. reporter: it was named after her son, christopher, an army veteran who had ptsd and took his own life. >> that's honestly what keeps me going, just doing something in
reporter: clark's husband started a website in hopes of finding a kidney match. they've already received eleven calls from people across the country interested in helping the woman who has helped so many others. >> it's humbling just to know that perfect strangers will step up and try to help. reporter: mike cronin, wmur news 9. tom: to learn more, visit this story on wmur.com. we wish her the best. mike is in now with what we can expect as we move through the work week. mike: dry now, remains on the chilly side, but an unsettled stretch as the next system creeps in here. will it be all rain or do parts of the state see snow before the week is done? tt0w!tr'hq! %4@-%[0 tt0w!tr'hq! el@-/\\ tt0w!tr'hq! ed@-)^8
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jennifer: after last week's mild temperatures, boy, was it colder today. tom: and that shift has take then november out of contention for the warmest on record in new hampshire. meteorologist josh judge breaks down the numbers for us. josh: we
were for a while in first place, then we woke up this morning in second place. that has all changed. here's a look at the unofficial highs around the state today, of course the one that we look at is concord because that's where the state's records were kept. 34 degrees the high and the low last night was 19.
as we woke up this morning, this is still official because those highs i just showed you are unofficial. officially we're still in second place. 2015 of this november, a grief 42.9, that's an average, second place behind 2006. and those are the top five you're looking at, 1931, 2011 and 1948. incidentally, we decided it would be fun to compare how much snow those winters saw after that warm november, because those are the five warmest. and it's well below average. the average snowfall 64.5 inches in all those are below that. of course we have the question marks for this coming winter. but once you factor in, we've crunched the numbers, the high of 34 and the low of 19, that moves us down to fifth place, and takes that 42.9 and brings it down to 42.4. so no longer are we the second, it will end up being the fifth warmest november on record. but still that could have some influence on the snow, who
does it stay cool for a while? mike haddad has the answer to that. mike: we do see a big change the next several days around here as the next system that moves in will be accompanied by mild air. but then we get a little snow in parts of new hampshire before the week is over. take a look at the time lapse at the weirs today, fair skies at times, but a lot of low clouds building in from the south and east good part of the midday and afternoon. still lingering in a good part of new hampshire east of the upper valley. so lakes region south and southeast, they'll dissipate in the next few hours and that means mostly clear skies as we go through the course of night. but clouds are pressing in from the south, they're also beginning to approach from the west, through a good part of the great lakes states. as that system moves in, that means wet weather will develop as early as tomorrow afternoon. but right now it's on the cold side, upper 20's, lower 30's in the lakes region, points south. even a bit colder to the north
in the single digits and lower teens. a few mid 20's at the coast and also in downtown manchester. a lot of cold air drifting over a good part of the nation. looks very typical for the end of november and early december. but when the next system approaches, it will be accompanied by slightly milder temperatures, so again it's mostly rain as opposed to snow. that will start to change as all of this moves away, wednesday night into early thursday. so in the short term, clouds tend to move out tonight. tomorrow they move right back in. a couple of scattered rain showers will develop in the afternoon. and then on and off light to moderate rain tomorrow night into wednesday and even through wednesday night. but on the back side of this, again, it changes over to a little bit of snow. especially in the whieft mountains and great north woods. could see a few inches in northern parts of the state. early thursday morning through the early afternoon before it dries out once again. partly cloudy skies on average tonight, mostly clear to the north. partial clearing south. on average generally between 12
as we go through the next several days, we've got temperatures that will run around 40 tomorrow, so slightly milder than today, as the clouds will be on the increase. showers move in during the course of the afternoon. then we get to wednesday with occasional rain. it will not be snow or ice or anything like. that but later wednesday night, temperatures begin to cool down. so by early thursday, there's that change over to a bit of snow. mostly in the mountains. once we get into thursday afternoon it dries out late. friday some partial sun, maybe a flurry up north. and the first weekend of december looking great, mid 40's saturday, upper 40's on sunday. then slightly cooler early next week. search for the big first snow in southern new hampshire continues. tom: more important than the loss is the gronk ster. >> a sunday night thriller, what a football game last night.
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had a key offensive player knocked out of the game with an injury. gronk went down in the fourth quarter after taking a shot to his right knee. he was in obvious pain and taken from the field on a cart. but there is good news, x rays were negative last night, and according to reports today's m.r. it showed only a bone bruise, no ligament damage. gronk is listed as week to week. losing guys like deon lewis, edelman,
amendola and now gronk, not to mention the offensive line and the defense, finally caught up with them. >> yeah, he's the best tight end in football. so just it's so hard to see these guys get hurt like this, and it always have a lot of respect for players who play this game because you risk a lot to play, and a lot of times that gets overlooked. because you sacrifice a lot, and i think guys sacrifice their
your friends get taken down like that. it's part of the sport, we understand that. but it's also, i have a lot of respect for players who take the field. >> celtics stay in florida for another night, they take on the hoot tonight at 7:30. isaiah thomas led all scorers last night, but it wasn't enough as the magic cruise to the 110-91 win in orlando. u.n.h. women's volleyball team is in the ncaa tournament. wildcats will travel to the university of florida for a first round matchup with the 11th ranked gators on thursday night at 7:00 new hampshire is making their third straight appearance in the tournament and sixth in program history. u.n.h. sophomore forward was named player of the week today. hockey east as a league has three teams ranked in the top five, providence, boston college, and u. mass lowell.
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