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amy: now at noon parole revoked , for the man who witnessed the deadly shooting of epsom police officer jeremy charron after another run-in with the law. kevin: gusty west wins this afternoon. amy: plus fast tracking , legislation to combat our state' s heroin problem. the proposals being presented by the substance abuse task force. and, in our commitment to thousand 16 coverage what to , expect tonight as the republicans take to the debate stage for the final time this year. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do.
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amy: breaking news off the top of this new. the second biggest school district in the country is closed after an unspecifed threat. all los angles schools are closed after administrators say the district received an electronic threat they' re calling credible. it involves backpacks and other packages. the fbi is investigating this threat the impact 640 students from kindergarten through twelth grade. >> we need the cooperation of the whole of los angeles today. we need families and neighbors to work together with our schools and with our employees to make sure our kids are safe throughout the day. we need employers to show the flexibility that a situation like this demands. amy: every school in the
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also, san bernardino college is was called in there. i' m amy coveno. new this noon kevin paul is , headed back to prison. he was on parole after serving time for witnessing the killing of epsom police officer jeremy charron. he was recently arrested in massachusetts on new charges. today the parole board made the , decision to send him back behind bars. wmur' s andy hershberger was at that hearing and joins us live. andy: the parole board found kevin paul violated 10 conditions of his parole and ordered him back to prison for two years, starting today. paul was with gordon perry in 1997 when perry murdered epsom police officer jeremy charron. paul pleaded guilty to several charges that included shooting at police officers as the two tried to make their getaway. perry is serving life in prison. paul was sentenced to 16-50 years. he was granted parole in may, but last month authorities
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violations that include new criminal charges. prosecutors say the parole board past and called this an ' else' day for paul. him at his word. his words mean nothing and quite frakly he thinks your words mean nothing. if you say zero tollerance than s got , to be zero tollerance. today is the or else day you keep telling this defendant about. andy paul is still facing new : criminal charges that include firearm offences. those have been bound over to the superior court. amy: right now, the group charged with ways to deal with new hampshire' s heroin epidemic is meeting in concord. the joint legislative task force is considering a number of bills.
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from the legislative office building. we note what bills will get the green light jekyll ? ray: there seems to be a consensus that they need to be stiffened. with votes looming, the joint legislative task force on opioid abuse heard one last morning of testimony. the lead off witness the head of the state police who said law enforcement is trying new tactics to deal with the problem, such as a mobile enforcement team. >> in nine weeks, they' ve made 59 a rest rrests, written five search warrants, they' re 49 of those 59 were felony drug arrests. ray: the task force heard about a diversion program designed to keep people out of the criminal
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>> we see anywhere from 800 to 900 people a year in oliver programs. that' s because law enforcement understand addiction here in merrimack county and understands that not every body that' s addicted wants to be addicted. ray: legislators say they are aware that substance abuse is a chronic problem. one health care provider says coordination is sometimes lacking, and a more holistic approach is needed. >> what are the assets of each respective system and trying to figure out how to get the best of all those assets aligned in the best way to address the whole epidemic. ray the task force is also such as a proposal by firefighters to provide drug and alcohol training to paramedics, and hopefully get people on the that proposal, firefighters say, which cost a $5.1 million. legislators will vote on various
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amy: happening now, manchester police are investigating two armed robberies including one where the suspect jumped over the counter. that happened at shawn' s corner market just before 9 last night police say this man was armed with a knife when he got into a physical confrontation with the clerk while ordering him to open the register. he was able to get some cash before leaving. hours later the 7-11 on queen city avenue was targeted the suspect demanded the clerk open the register. instead she grabbed her phone , and locked herself inside the office. the suspect left without any cash or merchandise. to save them now where police , -- to save lem now, where police have just said they' ve arrested a man for breaking into a dozen vehicles. henry shuman is facing twelve counts of theft by unauthorized taking after officers were called to the westgate arms apartment complex and found a man matching the description they were given. officers say they located 12 victims and shuman was given a
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to the weather now. it' s a warm start to this tuesday and as the day goes on the winds are to picking up. are we making a run at any records? kevin: within a few degrees of that in concord, and coming up a little short of the record and portsmouth. a back-and-forth of the clouds and sunshine. still a couple of lingering showers, maybe one or two out west, and certainly up north, where it is snowing on the washington. the big story this afternoon. winds that will be gusting at times at 35 miles per hour. beyond that, it is the cooler air that ushers in -- the big weekend. more on that in a few minutes. amy: now, commitment 2016. tonight the republican presidential candidates will take the stage for their final debate of 2015.
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runner but new polls show he may , be in for a fight with senator ted cruz who is gaining momentum. a preview now. donald trump: so far, everybody who has attacked me has gone down the two. that' s good. >> hours before the big showdown donald trump telling supporters , at a rally he' s ready. the gop frontrunner will be center stage again in las vegas, but this time standing next to a new rival who is cutting his lead short. donald trump: trump -- 41. cruz -- 14. everyone else, much lower. >> new polls in iowa show ted cruz is now in a virtual tie with trump. still, the junior texas senator is refusing to retaliate against trump' s insults. ted cruz: i don' t think the american people are interested in a bunch of candidates bickering like school children.
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stage, including dr. ben carson, a one-time iowa front runner. also, marco rubio. marco rubio. i swear to you, i wish he had not spoken at all. >> trump claims he is ready. this is the last of the of the year for republicans. the democrats are set to debate for third time on saturday. amy: a maryland man is now facing charges of trying to help isis. the fbi says mohamed elshinawy received nearly to finance an $9,000 attack in the united states. he told fbi he was just trying to scam money out of the terrorist group. authorities say he used the money to buy a laptop, several pay as you go phones and personal expenses. there is no mention of spending
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straight ahead, is sledding trip -- sledding trip almost ended in tragedy. plus, it is deadline day to sign up for coverage under the affordable care act. the steeper fines that people will face if they do not get coverage. kevin: the temperatures will be changing over the next few days, feeling more like december over the weekend. details coming up. amy: plus, some holiday
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amy: welcome back. today is the deadline to sign up for health care through the government exchanges if you want coverage starting january 1. if you miss this deadline, you can still sign up through the end of but your coverage will january, begin later in the year. the affordable care act requires americans to carry health coverage or pay a fine. people who choose not to get coverage will face steeper fines this year with an average penalty of almost now to a $1000. dramatic rescue on mount hood. four members of an oregon family , including two young children
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, they were looking for the best hill to go sleeping when their truck got stuck. they had no cell service and no way out. with snow four feet deep they hunkered down in their truck for the night and waited until daylight. the next morning they ventured out and were lucky enough to run into a group of snowmobilers who brought them to safety. green grass and near record wo armth here, but a snowstorm is slamming the denver area. it made for some treacherous traveling on the roads and caused airport delays a winter storm warning is now posted for parts of northeastern colorado until late this afternoon with up to 10 inches of snow in some places. one section of the country or another first. it happens in the midwest, until we cheat that for the time being. we will talk about the changes that will come with the winds out there. s grow it green, without snow, decorating
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nobody's gonna do it for you. you have to get out there and do it yourself. bernie sanders is a well-known friend of family farms. bernie cannot be bought out by big money. bernie's opinion it's time for our next president roll up his sleeves, take off the gloves, take on big business, and get the working class back to where they should be. he's a rock. sanders: i'm bernie sanders
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>> now, meteorologist kevin skarupa with your storm watch
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kevin: i' m back-and-forth between clouds and sunshine. we are looking at temperatures which are mile. the big turn for the afternoon is the wind, at times gusting over 35 miles per hour, especially as you get into the open area, where the wind could be gusty. you cannot rule out some power outages this afternoon, due to the wind. you need gusts over 40 miles per hour to see that potential. the wind continues to the cup in the afternoon, bringing in the cooler air. it has been snowing for the last few hours in washington. you can clearly see how the showers continue to linger from time to time north -- up north. a few light showers to the southwest, diving eastward through the remainder of the afternoon.
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and the winds diminished. the cooler air will be in place. we are not talking cold. as a matter of fact, temperatures going forward will likely still be at or above year. we are looking at a couple of sprinkles passing by. for the central and southern areas, the expectation is for a passing shower and the sun will come out after. many in far northern areas, upper 30' s this afternoon, and switch over to wet snow, likely switching over to 6000 feet on mount washington. portsmouth would need to get the 62 degrees later on today, but of course, this is the big story -- latest wind gusts, 49 miles per hour. you will notice, a couple of showers out there diminish this evening.
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giving way readily to sunshine. almost full sunshine tomorrow. temperatures will be cooler in s. even as we clouds wednesday night, you will have them coming through, wrapping up on friday. it is behind the system that and even bigger change arrives in the way of wins over the weekend and highs in the 30' s -- the first time we have done that in quite a while. winds diminish, eventually setting up a quieter conditions overnight tonight for what should be a nice day tomorrow. as far as the forecast, we gradually cool things off to the 30' s for the weekend with a pretty brisk wind. that means windchill in the 20' s for the weekend itself with no
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>> we did not have any snow round so if you are one of those people who likes to make it look like christmas, decoration is key. we have margaret here for grow it green. how are we decorating in a way that we can save some money. , sometimes buying multiple christmas decorations can be expensive. this is simply made -- go in your yard, pick up some nice seeds, acorns, use a glue gun, and come up with the ball like this. this one is made from greens. the key is to have different textures. this is fur, this is juniper. if you have hawks would, daphne, any of those will work. it is a floral thing.
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cut these, they stay fresh longer. >> you were saying this is a tradition. >> it is. this last one is made out of styrofoam. you use an ice pick to poke holes and put the boxwood springs in. fine. if not, you can give it a sheer. >> we would want to poke a hole? >> right. >> then, pull that thing out. then, stick this guy in here? >> right. formal is up to you. >> you were saying, if this is one of the things we want to end this the time -- invest the time
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>> this would take you about an hour and a half or so to do. the boxwood, equally as long. if you enjoy it, which i do, it is fun. >> people are working harder than ever, but the everyday cost of perscriptions, child care, or even just buying groceries can be a stretch for too many families. hillary's plan: raise the minimum wage, get equal pay for women, cut taxes for the middle class, and new incentives for business to share profits with employees instead of just rewarding ceos. those at the top are doing just
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it's your family that needs a raise. i'm hillary clinton, and i
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amy: in manchester team is being honored for taking action when he saw someone in need of help. 17 year old desmond powell was recognized last night for convincing a suicidal man not to jump off the granite street bridge. last month, powell was walking home one night around 9:00 when he came across a suicidal man who was sitting on the edge. he talked him down and then took him to dunkin donuts. >> he asked me if i wanted the change and i said no, just keep it. saying, you are such a good person. amy: powell says he never even learned the man' s name. times, i love it. kevin: we are looking for the per hour. with that, you cannot rule out
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s through the end of the week. thursday, early friday, dropping temperatures back. amy: it certainly does not feel like december now. kevin: doesn' either. amy: thanks. tonight at 5:00, who is dropping prices by 5%. and, this was no accident. what made this man so angry he drove straight into a hotel. that does it for us at noon. see you at 5:00. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute,
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