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now wmur news 9 at 5:00. jennifer: we begin with a developing story. an investigation after a fire and explosion left one person dead. good evening, i'm jean mackin. tom: and i'm tom griffith. emergency crews were called to the home on kearsarge mountain road in andover today. suzanne roantree joins us live now with the latest details. reporter: andover's fire chief says it was just after noontime when a fire started in a brush file. few details are available at this time, but the chief said that after the fire there appears to have been an explosion. it's not clear if the brush fire and the explosion are related. the chief says one person died in the incident, and the fire marshal's office confirmed an autopsy has been scheduled for friday. there are no reports of any other injury. the fire marshal's office is leading in the investigation. they say it appears to have been
now, the fire marshal's office has indicated they'll be sending out a press release shortly. we'll bring you the details as they become available. jean: thanks. tonight warner police say a woman found dead on bear pond road may have suffered an injury before her death. the 87-year-old woman was found by a group of people driving in the area on wednesday night. police say it appears her death was an accident. wmur's kristen carosa spoke with investigators and has details. reporter: this is the road the woman was driving on, not maintained by the town. police say she got stuck and had she went for help she most likely got injured, causing her death. a group of people driving an s.u.v. in the area found the 87-year-old woman lying in the snow around 8:30 wednesday night. they called police and reported the unattended body right away. police say her body was found on
it appears she had been laying there for a couple of days. an autopsy is scheduled for friday. her identity is not being released at this time. her car, a small sedan, was located roughly 300 feet away stuck on a large rock. police say it appears once she hit the rock she left her car. >> upon getting stuck and wasn't able to get the vehicle unstuck, so she left her vehicle and walked down the path and somehow or another slipped, fell, and then just maybe wasn't able to get up. possibly bumped her head, we just don't know at this point. reporter: police say it a blessing someone found her, otherwise she may have been laying there for several more days. coming up at 6:00 you'll hear from one person that found her. kristen carosa, wmur news 9. tom: it was another rough day on wall street today where stocks
trading haul of the week. stops. sally kidd in our washington bureau with a look at what's behind these drops, and their reporter: experts say the massive selloff in china is linked to weakness in the yuwan. the chinese market is down more than 40%, and for the second time this week trading was abruptly halted, stocks plunged 7% within the first 30 minutes. >> obviously we're aware of the kind of volatility that we've seen in china over the last several days and it's had an impact on markets in other countries including ours. reporter: fears about the health of china's economic send u.s. stocks downward. >> the big concern and nobody knows the answer is what degree will the turmoil in china rub off on america. we don't know.
factors are at play as well. the fed has raised interest rates and fast growing tech oriented companies led the market upward last year, but now investors are looking to take profits. >> it's technology, it's materials, it's obviously energy. reporter: oil prices are at their lowest level in 12 years, but that's bad news for traders who worry the slump in china could mean lower global demand. despite the uncertainty, some economists are optimistic. >> kiplinger's believes that the economy will grow 2.7%, that's not a recession. so while there might be a bear market, it probably won't be a deep one or a lengthy one. reporter: while china's growth is slowing, it's not plummeting, but it's still taking a bite out of corporate profits. sally kidd, wmur news 9. tom: what does this mean for your portfolio? we'll talk to local financial advisors at 6:00 for advice on how to handle this market downturn.
virginia today for a town hall on guns in america. this after he unveiled a set of executive actions monday, meant to beef up background checks and close loopholes. in new hampshire, state police say the number of background checks they've been conducting has skyrocketed recently. wmur's shelley walcott joins us live in the studio with details. shelley: state police say criminal background checks for handguns have sky rocketed in the last few years. over 8,000 checks were conducted in december alone. police say they typically do about 3500 checks in a month. so what's driving this uptick? a state police sergeant says numerous mass shootings, terrorism, and the intensifying gun debate are to blame. the process of a background check is fairly quick. new hampshire residents who want to buy a handgun can have their background check done in a matter of minutes.
all new hampshire residents who want to purchase a handgun, and that's handgun only, will go, the background check will go through the state police, it as easy as producing your driver's license. reporter: again, president obama will be holding a town hall on gun regulations tonight. i'm shelley walcott, wmur news 9. tom: many republicans are critical of the president's approach to gun control, and several of the party's presidential candidates spent today making their case to new hampshire voters ahead of next month's primary. jeb bush used a town hall in londonderry to address the constant questions about his family. >> i get asked all the time, are you like your brother or your dad? and i know there's a fascination about this. i'm blessed, that's all i can tell you, i'm blessed to be george and barbara's son and i'm blessed to be george w.'s brother. tom: bush also made stops in
in peterborough starting at 6:00 tonight. at a house party in bedford, marco rubio addressed critics who say he missed too many congressional votes. while he admit he missed more votes during the campaign than before, he says his vote record is still close to 90%. >> unfortunately many of them are not consequential. the hour comes predetermined, second of all it already been precooked, they know what the outcome will be. i ran for president because i want these votes to matter again. tom: rubio followed that stop with a town hall in nashua. and governor john kasich spoke to the chamber of commerce for greater londonderry in salem this morning, he will also told hold a town hall at 6:00 tonight, that's in hudson. and carly fiorina and jim gilmore addressed lent slaters at the new hampshire state house today, a tradition for presidential candidates. fiorina is also holding a town hall tonight, it starts at 6:30 in meredith.
burlington, vermont ahead of tonight's donald trump campaign rally, but not everyone who may be planning to attend will be getting in. police say more than 20,000 free tickets were handed out, but the theater only has 1400 seats. police say once the capacity is reached, anyone still in line will be turned away and they expect counterprotests outside the theater. burlington, vermont is home to democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders. tom: believe it or not, there are three spots in new hampshire that will cast those primary ballots right at midnight on february 9th. on wmur.com we're taking a look at how dixville notch started this unusual tradition. it's all thanks to one man's interest in chemistry. we're also taking an indepth look at our primary, now marking its 100th anniversary this year. tomorrow join us for first in the nation, 100 years of tradition, hear from those who have been an integral part over
hope to see a meaningful primary continue. jean: we have an update to a story we brought you earlier this week on the money raised in our upcoming senate race. reports have shown governor hassan setting a fund raising record for her senate campaign last quarter. but new information shows that incumbent senator kelly ayotte actually raised more money. the record in question is for funds raised in the single quarter of an off year. hassan's staff says she raised 2.1 million last quarter, but ayotte's campaign says it beat that benchmark, exact figures will have to be filed publicly later this month. we learned about the conclusion to an complaint involving senator jeanne shaheen, you'll find that story in john distaso's column at wmur.com. right now the powerball jackpot has surged to a record breaking number. $700 million. before saturday's drawing, it
after there was no winner last night. tom: hard to believe. heather hamel is at bunny's superette in manchester where people are buying tickets for their next chance to win it all. reporter: yes, and according to new hampshire lottery, bunny's is the luckiest store in the state when it comes to lottery winning. they have yet to have a powerball jackpot winning the actual jackpot. but they have had a $1 million winner. and today customers are hoping that luck would rub off on them. just about everyone who walked through the door walked out with a powerball ticket, many have strategies, others buy in bulk and they all have plans for the cash if nay win. the jackpot has hit a recorded a700 million and officials believe sales will keep going up, pointing to several contributing factors. >> the weather is great, gas prices are pretty low, so it helps people with their flexibility with their budgets at this time.
this frenzy where we're at, it's really fun. >> maybe i'll be $600 richer tomorrow. report $700 million. >> is it up to 700 million? yeah, i'm ready for that. reporter: he's not alone, judging by this parking lot here at bunny's superette, many of the people leaving withs that powerball tickets and again the sales will probably continue to go up, according to the new hampshire lottery. it's del worth it, even though it may be a tall task to find a parking spot. definitely worth it. heather hamel, wmur news 9. jean: maybe this will be the drawing where bunny's gets the whole jackpot. we do have more developing news ahead. several people have been hurt in an explosion at a massachusetts chemical plant. tom: the mother of late journalist james foley writing a book about his life and his family's experience during his captivity. mike: fair skies now, but clouds
so what does this mean for friday and the weekend, the forecast is coming up. jean: new developments in the investigation of an attempted robbery where the alleged victim pulled out a gun. what we're learning about potential accomplices still on the loose. tom: and at 6:00 tonight a police officer injured when he moves in to stop a man accused of threatening pedestrians with
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jean: let's get a check on traffic for the ride home. live pictures on
293 in manchester. this is near exit 5, a little congestion through the lends of camera. tom: peggy james joins us live with a look at your evening commute. hi, peggy. >> good evening, tom and jean. things are going pretty well so far on this thursday night, border. slight slowdowns on 93 293. lots of volume on 293, as you southbound. further north through hooksett
tolls and then moving well up to concord where we have slight slowdowns through the exits in the city of concord itself. taking a look at 101 west you've got some congestion there between 114 and wallace road. everett turnpike is busy in both directions right now, and we see a lot of company on 101 a in nashua as well. 101 is a good ride to the seacoast and we're very busy on the spaulding turnpike northbound this evening. i'm peggy james for 95.7, wzid. tom: james foley's mother is writing a book about her son. isis militants murdered the journalist in 2014. a publisher says diane foley's book will have memories of her son and include her family's experience while dealing with with his kidnapping and captivity, particularly their experience with government officials. earlier this week it was announce haded that a documentary about foley will air at this year's sundance film festival. jean: five people are reported
the state fire services spokesperson says it happened at the dow chemical plant in north andover, about 2:30 this afternoon. at least three people had to be air lifted to the hospital, one has serious injuries. the cause of the explosion is under investigation. a worker was killed in an explosion at this plant back in 2013. tonight authorities in paris are investigating an incident, police shot and killed a man wearing a fake explosives vest. they say he threatened them with a butcher knife. police found a cell phone and a piece of paper with an emblem of the islamic state group and a written claim of responsibility in arabic. this attack comes a year after the charlie hebdo attack. tom: bracing for more rain and mudslides tonight, more than 6 inches of rain has already fallen over the past three days
slides, that's growing along the coast, million dollar homes are getting pounded by high surf with waves up to 25 feet high, helping form massive sinkholes. jean: a picture from the international space station shows the air pollution creeping across parts of asia. astronauts scott kelly snapped this photo. beijing recently issued its second ever red alert over air quality. government officials say they're working on plans to reduce pollution. this time of year also brings air quality concerns to new england, and wmur's hayley lapoint is here to explain what you should keep in mind. hayley: yes, earlier today there were some air quality alerts that had been issued mainly for cheshire county out by keene because of the valleys there trapping the air particles that can look like this when we have heating devices going. so the air quality alert for cheshire county has been
definitely diminished. but what happens is we get these small particles of pollutants in the air, usually due to heating devices like wood burning stoves. and with the cold temperatures, calm wind and valley locations where the air can get trapped, the air lingers and becomes stagnant. for those affected by this type of air where there's pollutants in it, mainly the elderly, young children or those with breathing problems like asthma or bronchitis, it can cause bigger issues. but that threat seems to have gone away as we've gone through the day and will in earnest as we go through the next couple days with our next storm system approaching, that will flush out the air. for more on the forecast we go over to mike haddad. mike: yes, definitely some changes coming in. a couple systems we're going to track, one big one on sunday and a bit of unsettled before we get there. out at the coast today we had bright skies and temperatures,
chill, back into the 40's in some areas. right now a few high clouds continue to build in from the west. there could be patchy low cloud and fog that develop towards morning. only concern with that is temperatures are above freezing now. but will dip well below of course in the coming hours, already below freezing in concord points north and west. so any patchy fog or low cloudiness that creeps in during the predawn hours may give it about 10% chance result in a light glazing on any untreated surface, so keep that in mind early tomorrow morning if it's foggy where you are. outside of that mainly clear a good part of this night, temperatures starting in the 20's and 30's from north to south. by morning you add another cold one, 5 up north, 8 in the upper valleys, teens for many and low 20's in manchester, nashua and the coast. not a lot of arctic air anywhere in the northeast or for that matter anywhere in the country.
or above average all across the lower 48, or at least most of the lower 48. nice and mild in the deep south, please anally cool here in the northern tier, and eventually we do get a taste of more of that arctic cold next week. but up until that point, jet stream flow is going to drive in warmer air and that means by the time the next system arrives, with the heaviest moisture on sunday, looks like mainly a rain event across new hampshire. so clear skies tonight, towards tomorrow morning wind will continue to build in on shore, and that means some low cloudiness, patchy fog may develop during the predawn hours, especially the morning commute and last into the afternoon. again a slight chance that some of that fog again could develop where temperatures are down below freezing, so there could be a light glazing that develops, not counting on a widespread issue. during the course of friday, the clouds thicken up lakes region south. sunshine a good part of the day farther to the north and then clouds take over everywhere tomorrow night. that's when it gets tricky on
notice not a lot of precipitation, but a little bit of very fine light snow or some light freezing drizzle cannot be ruled out anywhere in central and southern new hampshire, with light snow showers to the north. so untreated surfaces later tomorrow night into saturday morning may be a little slick. moving beyond this system into sunday, that's when the heavier precipitation arrives, it will be mainly rain, although early in the event there could be sleet or freezing rain, but mainly rain as i see it now for this storm on sunday. the winds will pick up as well and temperatures, the next couple of days in the 30's jump back into the 40's for sunday. beyond that here comes the winter chill again for monday with snow showers lingering in the mountains, sunshine elsewhere, it will be gusty out of the northwest and that continues to drive in chilly air as we go through tuesday, wednesday and thursday. but it's january. tom: a lot of people think they're getting a way with something.
week if it gets colder, you may not think so. jean: well, a bus driver accused of deserting his passenger says he was just following orders. tom: up next, what the man was doing while passengers waited for hours. jean: and it's not just good genes that keep tom and giselle in the pot light, their personal
jean: gray how much lines investigating tonight after one of its drivers was accused of deserting a bus full of passengers while he went to take a nap. tom: the passengers say they thought the driver was making a quick stop when he pulled into a kansas motel. but he didn't return for several hours. >> we're sitting here, sitting here. the children, was getting cod. tom: according to greyhound, the driver went into the hotel to complete his federally regulated rest hours. the passengers say they were never told about his sleep break. according to the company they had the option to keep warm in a nearby restaurant while they waited for their trip to continue. not exactly what you have in mind -- jean: no, i don't think so. tom: college as cross the country are telling students to leave their hoverboards at home. jean: in recent weeks at least 20 universities have banned or
campus, saying they're unsafe because of the risk of falling. and federal authorities are also warning that some have caught fire. tom: straight ahead at 5:30, one new england
district just approved medical marijuana in schools, but granite state leaders say they're already addressed that question here. jean: and segues are getting an
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jean: warrants have been issued for two alleged accomplices in an attempted robbery that left the suspect with a gunshot wound. tom: this man is accused of holding up a restaurant at gunpoint. police say he had two children with him. mike: our recent dry stretch of weather will give way to clouds over the next few days. >> just can't wait to be in front of that camera. jean: and a new hampshire college student is preparing for his day on national tv to cover the national college football championships.
looking for two women who they say are connected to a robbery suspect who was shot in the chest by 65-year-old woman. welcome back, everyone, i'm jean mackin. tom: and i'm tom griffith. police say the two are wanted on conspiracy charges. andy hershberger joins us with more. reporter: police are looking for the public's help in finding these two
women who authorities say may still be local. manchester police are asking everyone to take a good look at these two women. 21-year-old julie lambert and 26-year-old amanda gurley. they are both wanted in connection with a robbery earlier this week where police say the assailant, 23-year-old michael bontaites was shot once by the would-be victim, a >> detectives completed the investigation and determined that they were both present in the vehicle when the robbery took place. so based on the facts and
being charged on a warrant with conspiracy to commit robbery. reporter: the incident happened monday night when the 65-year-old woman was about to enter an apartment building on south porter street. >> she had stopped at a gas station, it appears this group of individual in the car saw her, realized she may have had some valuables in her purse, they decided to follow her, perhaps they felt it was going to be an easy target. >> soon as i shot him he immediately fell to the ground right away. reporter: the alleged victim, who did not want to be identified, said the woman picked bontaites off the ground and put him in the car. police say bontaites was taken to the elliot hospital and ultimately charged with attempted robbery. another man, zach boyd, was arrested on unrelated charges, but police say he was also with place. police think lambert and gurley have probably not gone very far. >> it's tough to tell where they may be, but one could venture to
in the inner city, maybe staying with friends, couch surfing from apartment to apartment. more likely than not they're somewhere in tinner city. reporter: authorities say if you see either of these women, the best thing to do is call your local police department. i'm andy hershberger. tom: a nashua man facing charges tonight after he allegedly robbed a fast food restaurant on new year's day. nashua police say jose ba tista salva showed an imloan gun and demanded cash. officers arrested him and say he was under the influence of drugs and in charge of two children, charged with robbery and endangering the welfare of a child. a 19-year-old man will spend at least a decade in prison for his role in a beating a tack, a saiz awilliams admitted to taking part in the attack last march in goffstown.
hit multiple times with a bat and gun before being put into the trunk of a car. another man convicted of participating in the attack was sentenced back in december. jean: students who have medical marijuana cards will now be able to use the drug in smokeless form in schools in auburn, maine. last night the school board approved the plan unanimously. it requires a parent or guardian to dispense marijuana to students, not a school nurse. a policy like this would not be allowed in new hampshire. the department of health and human services told wmur that under our state law, anyone who uses medical marijuana at a public school can be prosecuted. crews are still repairing a water main break that led to an early dismissal at central high school in manchester, the break happened at beach and lowell streets. students were sent home around 10:30 this morning, central high school will be back open tomorrow. tom: a university of maryland
campus insiders dot come contest and will be heading to arizona. >> i can't wait, it's going to be fantastic, i just can't wait to be in front of the camera. i love to enter stain, because i've always had a vision since i was in elementary school that my friends when they're grown up, they have kids, spouses seeing me on tv on a weekday night on prime time, it's what i dream for. this opportunity is going to be fantastic. tom: the 21-year-old cam rogers won on all expenses paid trip to report at the college football national championship game in arizona. a contest requires students to use social media to rise to the top. rogers received support on twitter from ryan sea crest and e host. he'll be in arizona until january 12. jean: way to go, we'll be watching for him too. coming up next, fare hikes on the "t" could affect students more than expected.
not get you an upgrade any more, instead some airlines are making you compete with other passengers. mike: a clear and chilly night before changes move in, as clouds begin to move in on friday. jean: time to check the food labels again, new dietary guidelines have just been released. and this week, we want you to meet ramsey, the 10-month-old pitbull mix loves playing fetch and getting belly rubs, he would prefer not to live with cats, but get as long well with other dogs. he's also a great hiking buddy. for more information on ramsey and other adoptable animals, head over to wmur.com/pets. hundred americans working for a solid year, to make as much money as one top ceo. it's called the wage gap. and the republicans will make it worse by lowering taxes for those at the top and letting corporations write hillary clinton will work to close the wage gap. equal pay for women to raise
tom: there's your video of the closing bell provided by the new york stock exchange, and ouch, i say ouch, another bad day on wall street. 392 points down, s&p down 47. if that follow, that follows another dramatic day on china's markets which stopped trading for the second time this week. automatic controls kicked in after just 30 minutes. regulators say they will take those mechanisms off line. jean: gas prices, nationally we're 1.98. here in new hampshire averaging 1.98. a new round of macy's closures will include two massachusetts stores.
on the list, although the bedford macy's shut last year. this new round of closures includes stores in massachusetts of macy's
says about half the people affected by the closures should be able to find new positions in the company. growing concerns that upcoming mbta fare hikes could have a big impact on students in boston. in 2014 the city eliminated school busses for 7th and 8th graders to save money, putting students on the "t" instead. fare hikes set to take effect in july could raise the price of link passes to $32 a month. that would be an estimated 1.4 million added to boston's school budget. jean: netflix is now available to almost every country in the world. the video service was rolled out to 130 new countries this week, making it available in more than 190 countries total. that's almost the whole globe. the u.s. state department
one major exception is china, which has notoriously strict regulations on material that can be broadcast there. tom: so if
you want an upgrade on your next flight, you might have to bid for it. a growing number of airlines have stopped giving away premium seats as a loyalty perk. instead auctioning them off. it already happens on more than 30 carriers with more planning to start in 2016. you can bid on your own seat or even for the chance to keep the adjacent seat empty. jean: being tom umbrella takes a lot of discipline, but his diet is stribilitier than you may realize -- stricter than you may realize. and a phenomenon has been lighting up new hampshire skies, the science of sun pillars,
tom: a new set of dietary guidelines are out from the agriculture. the suggestions are
updated every five years. jean: a lot of it may sound familiar, eat a variety of vegetables, try to eat half of your grains in whole grains and get a variety of protein. the new guidelines say to limit saturated fat 10% of your diet, keep your sugar to less than 10% of your calories and keep sodium to 2300 milligrams a day, that's about a teaspoon.
on wmur.com. and you're really going to have to be a lot stricter than that if you want your die tote help you look like tom brady. tom: robin roberts talked to the patriots star's personal chef to find out what keeps him and his super model wife so trim. reporter: from the gridiron to the red carpet, quarterback tom brady and his super model wife giselle bundchen are one of hollywood hollywood's most glamorous couples, now their private chef, alan campbell, revealing their power house diet. >> tom and giselle are known for having some of the hottest bodies on the planet. but it sound like their diet isn't that exciting. reporter: campbell telling boston.com 80% of their diet is ventables and whole grains like brown rice, quinoa the beans. lean meat including chicken,
duck. giselle seen here eating vegetable soup, her daughter digging into a green juice, and tom making breakfast with the kids with the hash tag healthy pancakes. so what foods are totally off limits? campbell says no white sugar, no white flour, no msg. i'll use raw olive oil, but i never cook with olive oil, i only cook with coconut oil. fats like canola oil turn into trance fats. i never use iodized salt. >> they don't consume things like caffeine, dairy, white flour. they avoid all of those. this diet sounds very strict, but that's what keeps tom at the top of his game in the nl and giselle one of the most sought after models in the world. mike: long as his ankle is okay saturday.
searching for a lot of ice out there, it's been a struggle. more open water and temperatures above freezing after a cold one late last night early this morning. but seasonably so, and really no arctic air to be found anywhere around the northeast. so a fair and chilly night before clouds begin to take over by tomorrow. you'll see partial sun early in the day elsewhere, but clouds will eventually take over, could be a touch of drizzle especially late in the day on the coast. outside of that a light spotty mix of snow showers, flurries or freezing drizzle arrives later friday evening into saturday morning, that's where roads could get tricky, then a rainy and windy sunday to round out the weekend on sunday. so right now temperatures with the clear skies for the most part lining up the the upper 20's, low 30's. exeter checking in at 34,
both of those spots will bottom out in the low to mid 20's by early morning. on afternoon the monadnock region, upper 20's, lower 30's. farther to the north a little colder, but not unseasonable. low to mid 20's on the canadian border to the upper 20's to around 30 in the mount washington valley. overnight tonight it does get cold. single numbers north and west of the upper valley, teens in the lakes region, 12 or 13 in concord, right around 20, 21, 22 manchester through nashua and low to mid 20's along the immediate coastline. as for the next couple days, mild air in the south will
continue to build in, but wind clouds. that means temperatures will nose down for your friday and saturday before bouncing back into the 40's for the second half of the weekend on sunday.
chill builds in for next week. here we are with clear skies, an ocean storm around bermuda, that will miss the northeast. this system
will not. light on shore wind will bring low clouds later on tonight along the immediate shoreline. it gets tricky later tomorrow evening through early saturday morning. notice the clouds are in. even though there's not a lot of precipitation, anything that does fall would be in a frozen form, that could be light snow showers or flurries or freezing drizzle. so keep that in mind if you have travel plans late tomorrow evening heavy rain will arrive on sunday. could start as a mix of sleet or freezing rain north and west of concord.
and cold through a good part of next week. jean: thanks, mike. tom: caught on tape, an amazing ski rescue in a canadian resort. jean: people got stuck on the gondola after a transformer blew out. the guests were strapped into harnesses and dangled from a helicopter. one guest used the go pro to capture it. he said while he got stuck, he did get a sweet ride out of it. >> celtics in chicago to play the bulls tonight. sox lost to the pistons last night. bruins have mcqueen on injured reserve, mcquade injured in the loss on tuesday. b's open a road trip tomorrow night at new jersey.
to watch in the sport of curling, she's just 14 years old, an #th grader, she practices at nashua country club and she's really good, going to junior nationals this month in minnesota, she's our home town hero at 6:00. saturday you can watch nfl football playoffs right here on channel 9. the chiefs and the texans. the chiefs on the road, favored by three and a half points. tom: one of the gadgets getting big buzz at in year's consumer electronics show is a granite state invention. jennifer: at 6:00 a death is under investigation in an dorr where there's been a fire and explosion what we know so far about how the fire started. and unraveling the mystery of an elderly woman found dead in warner, police explain why she may have left her car behind and
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you program in your destination and push a button to take off and one button to land, runs on batteries that last about 23 minutes. jean: you better get there in under 23 minutes. you try it first, tom, i'm staying on the browned. bmw is taking the mirrors off its new concept car. it showed off the model which uses three cameras instead of rear and side view mirrors, all the camera feeds go to a single screen for you to watch, so no more rerchling your neck. the segway got its start in new hampshire, and now it's getting a smart upgrade. tom: the new segway at the consumer electronics show, science fiction come true. reporter: families in the jetsons had robot that among other things provided breakfast. meet intel's new creation.
segway and all robot. intel showcase this is contraption at the consumer electronics show, the biggest tech event in the world. not only can you ride the robot, but it can serve as an alarm for your house, and you can give it arms. >> are those my arms? awesome. reporter: the robot recognizes voice commands and has an interest connected camera that helps follow you around. although it's not as functioning as rosie, the jetsons' robot, this butler-like ganl it gives us a glimpse of the future. i'm mary maloney. tom: i don't want any strangers in my house. jean: not even a robot? tom: no way. thank you for joining us. jean: stay with us for news 9 at 6:00. good night.
in warner find the body of an 87-year-old woman. >> this is where we found her, on her right side. tom: the chain of accidents
police think led to her death. mike: changes start to move in tomorrow. jennifer: troubles in china are having a ripple effect on american markets, but if you have investments, finance experts have an outlook that will likely reassure you. tom: a death investigation is under way in andover, one person is dead after a fire and explosion. good evening, i'm tom griffith. jennifer: i'm jennifer vaughn. suzanne roantree live now with what we're learning about this. reporter: yes, andover's fire chief says just afternoon time a fire started in a brush fire, and a few details are available