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>> i knew it didn't look good. amy: now on news 9, an afternoon of boating takes a tragic turn. what we know about the crash that took the life of a granite stater. >> the only time he was ever out is when he was in her car. amy: new made in the case and his connection to the victim. josh: changes in our weather pattern. morning storms turning sunny and clear. what it means for the week ahead. amy: a day that changed the nation forever. how we're remembering the victims of 9/11 on the anniversary of the attacks. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do, now, wmur news 9
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amy: good morning, new hampshire, 6:00 on this sunday, september 11th. i'm amy coveno. we'll get to the top stories in just a minute. first, josh judge is in the weather center with a look at the forecast. josh: good morning, happy sunday. it's a bit of a warm start, hooksett at 70 degrees and we've got mainly cloudy skies out there. it's warm and humid and that's how we start our day, but it will end very differently. 60's in the north country and parts of we had a couple of downpours already roll through northern new hampshire. take a look at the line of thunderstorms in the west and that will be moving across the state throughout the morning hours from west to east like this and by about mid day to early afternoon, they will exit the state and sunshine along with high pressure will be building on in. so, a very changeable day, starting off with clouds, humidity and warmth and some
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it will turn windy this afternoon. be ready for that. and we'll have more detail, as well as the air that follows the storms coming up in your full forecast. >> new this morning, a new hampshire man is dead after a boating accident in massachusetts. this happened during the speed boat races at watson pond in tauton yesterday. three hydroplanes were going with 63 miles per hour when they collided. >> we had some rescu there and got in the scene within less than a minute and able to get all three men out of the water very quickly. amy: despite that quick response a 39-year-old from the granite state did not survive. a 67-year-old man from maine was rushed to the hospital in critical condition. the third driver suffered minor injuries. new developments in morning out of danville where an arrest has been made in connection to a homicide. police charged 37-year-old richard moore with second degree
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boucher. investigators say moore repeatedly stabbed her. mike cronin is in danville with the latest on this homicide investigation. mike: the attorney general's office says the investigation is far from over. joanne boucher's family is glad someone arrested, but they want to see change. news in the arrest in the murder of joanne boucher came as a according to the website, the suspect is a registered sex offender. >> my kids have been outside-- >> and he was charged with second degree murder, investigators say he stabbed boucher multiple times on september 2nd. >> even though an arrest has been made. the investigation is still very much active and ongoing, so i can't comment any further on that at this point. >> the attorney general's office
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relationship, but neighbors say moore had been living with boucher at her home. boucher's body was found inside the house days ago. the new hampshire sex offender registry says moore was living at that same address. it also shows he has a criminal record that dates back to 1996. in 1998, he was convicted of felonious sexual assault. one neighbor, who doesn't want to be identified, says moore kept to himself. >> do no. did we ever see him? >> no, he hid in the house. the only time he was out, he was in the car. >> boucher's ex-husband says we're thankful someone is arrested for the crime. but we wonder why career criminals such as richard moore are allowed to walk the streets. something needs to change not only in new hampshire, but
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follow-up, but with any case the arrest doesn't stop the investigation. the investigation is continuing. mike: investigators anticipate that moore will be in court on monday where we could learn more about what happened before the deadly stabbing. mike cronin, wmur news 9. amy: new this morning, a man thrown from his motorcycle in laconia is now charged with aggravated dwi. police were called around 5:30 the driver, shawn caldwell was taken to the hospital with serious, but nonlife threatening injuries. alcohol and speed are believed to be factors in the cash. also new this morning, a man was airlifted to the hospital after losing role of his atc, the 51-year-old and his son were on deer mountain trail when it rolled with both riders.
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new hampshire police are investigating a burglary at the liquor store route 104. they say someone got into the store through a smashed window. right now, investigators are trying to figure out what exactly was stolen. bristol police and state police are helping with the investigation. >> now to an encouraging update. a statue that was stolen from the vfw in salem disappeared. it reapar veterans said they were willing to give the thief a chance to return it no questions asked and they are just glad to have it back. >> today marks 15 years since the september 11th terrorist attacks. 14 of the victims who died on that day had new hampshire ties. as wmur's jennifer vaughn tells us, they range from pilots and businessmen to parents and
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was the co-pilot of american airlines flight 11 which crashed into the north tower. the captain of flight 11 was an air force veteran. in madeleine, amy sweeney was a flight attendant. she was able to call a ground supervisor by air phone to tell them about the hijackers before the crash. and thelma was a passenger on the flight on the way to visit her sister in california. also on board, charles jones, an air force veteran and management at bae systems. and david was on the plane, lived in hudson with his wife and 15-month-old and four-year-old daughters. they worked at raytheon. douglas stone from dover was on the flight for business and to help his son settle in at ucla.
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carl max hammond moved to derry a few months before he boarded 175, he had a doctorate in physics. and robert leblanc, a professor at unh and moved to travel the world. 59-year-old louis neil was going to his stepdaughter's wedding which was held in his a married couple 39 years, built their dream home in dover. kathy ban tis was in the world trade center where she worked and graduated from manchester in 1975. amy: our thanks to jen vaughn. a ceremony will be held to honor the victims of 9/11 tonight. last night they played taps to
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manchester. 100 nights of remembrance, remembers, tonight's ceremony at 6:00 in the state cemetery. people across the state of remembering 9/11. you can find a list of local events at wmur.com. developing stories from overnight. dozens sent to the hospital in connecticut after a deck collapses to the ground. making a murderer, why brendan dassey might n g
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>> well, good sunday morning, it's 6:11. a look at plymouth. there are clouds out there and scattered showers that moved through the region and more on the way in the chance of thunderstorms and we'll talk
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this morning after a deck collapsed in connecticut injuring more than two dozen people. the deck collapse happened at a house near the trinity college campus in hartford. and a third fell deck fell onto a second floor deck which then collapsed onto a first floor deck. 30 or 40 team were hurt, none serious. fined $150,000, a company is accused ofis information on forms that allowed ply east to carry guns. one of the flawed forms belonged to shooter omar mateen at the pulse nightclub. and they said an administrative error did occur on mateen's form. the second girl involved in the slender man stabbing pleaded insanity. they lured a girl into the woods
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order to impress the fictional character slender man. both girls are due in court october 13th. making a murderer's brendan dassey may not get out of jail after all. a prosecutor decided to appeal. the 26-year-old was due to leave court in 90 days. he was convicted of the murder of dassey's uncle, steven avery, was also convicted for the same murder. a maine man has been sentenced to two months in jail after floating on an air mattress to canada. he bought the inflatable mattress after being denied entry into canada. he was worried about his pregnant canadian girlfriend. he will deported after he serves
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piece of metal came from and the reason it's headed to canada. it's 6:13 on this sunday morning, you're looking live at
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>> now, meteorologist josh judge with your forecast. josh: it's warm and muggy for sunday. that's just the beginning of the weather phenomena in the region right now. we'll talk about that and start off with your temperatures in
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of central new hampshire. southern new hampshire, 70 to 75 degrees right now for the most part and the humidity levels off the charts. it's very muggy out there. for some uncomfortable sleeping weather last night, we did have the humidity levels yesterday that were fairly high as well. watch what happened, we go through the day today. and the humidity levels through the morning hours are pretty much staying the same, but then, we have a cold front that rolls through and one of the effects will be this. we just sweep away down into the 40's and lower 50's by this evening and then that trend continues into the night and into tomorrow. look at tomorrow's dew points in the 40's. it will be bone dry. in fact, tonight's sleeping weather will be very comfortable as well. the other thank that that month arriving brings to us is rain and some norms. much needed, welcomed rain, this is not drought busting rain, but certainly anything helps and we'll have some downpours.
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moved through, primarily north and west and that's the part of new hampshire that needs the rain the least, although you certainly still need it, the most extreme drought is in southeastern new hampshire and hopefully this line of showers and storms will hold onto deliver at least some downpours to those regions as well. so, here comes the front. it's approaching and it's just an hour or two away and moving through during the early morning hours into western new hampshire. you can see the strong storms moving into albany, new york and then new hampshire. and by noon time or so, it's almost through the state and exiting. this cold front, as i mentioned, not only will it push the showers through and lower the dew points, it brings in clear skies and cooler conditions, at least, for tomorrow. a big area of high pressure that takes over our weather for a couple of days. >> let's take a look over new england at futurecast. notice the line, how it turns
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much downpours and storms by the time it reaches western new hampshire and pushes across the state. most of us see this rain in the morning and some areas, it's mid day to early afternoon and these storms are exiting the region and the seacoast between 12 noon and 1:00 or 2:00, and look what happens afterwardsment we-- afterwards. behind that the winds will pick up and we can see wind so, a look at the temperatures for today. warm, muggy, humid, but then, of course, the afternoon clearing pushing on in. the wind will make it feel cooler and that's the wind that's bringing in cooler air and drier air as well. keep in mind, one thing with the wind this afternoon, despite the fact that it's only 25 to 35 mile per hour winds, we have drought weakened trees so they're going to be easier to topple over with all the leaves than normally they would be.
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there is your week ahead. the upcoming week the only chance for thunderstorms and showers is wednesday afternoon. amy: hard to believe it's been 15 years since the september 11th attacks. josh: mind-blowing. amy: yeah, it is. and we'll take a look how the country is remembering victims of that day. josh: ta piece is expected to arrive in new foundland, canada. many of our firefighters are joining the journey. jennifer crompton has the story. >> a convoy of motorcycle riding firefighters escorted a piece of the world trade center up 95 on wednesday on the way to canada in time to mark the 15th anniversary of 9-11. >> over 300 firefighters lost their lives, either we knew someone there, the civilians, or they worked the pile or they
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work the pile. >> 15 years ago i wasn't a firefighter. it's pretty much why i became a firefighter, i think. >> new hampshire firefighters joining those from new york and massachusetts with very little notice. >> it's just a brotherhood. it's what you do. our way of giving back. >> this is a personal journey for george shea. >> when we saw the first plane hit the tower, we responded to ground zero. >> he delivers pieces of world trade center steel as tokens gratitude. this one to gander, new fo foundland. the flights were grounded that day. >> for three days, they housed them and washed their clothes for them. bought clothes for them. they just dropped everything. >> marking one of so many expressions of goodness and humanity to spring from so much darkness. the escort picking up firefighters in maine and then on to canada. >> to show the support that we
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>> in seabrook, jennifer crompton, wmur, news 9. amy: coming up, from fairs to yard sales, there's a lot of fun things to do. what's happening, new hampshire.
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>> shaping up to be a beautiful sunday here in the granite state and plenty to go on to keep the family busy. wmur's tom griffith tells us, what's happening new hampshire. >> it's fair season in the granite state. the agricultural fair wraps up today. enjoy the amusement rides or sit back and listen to the music. off route 13 at 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. mi are free. head to keene for barbecue. they're hosting a friend and family barbecue. after the food stick around for the rescued dogs. happy pets hosting a yard sale. funds will benefit the shelter. it's at the shelter on pine road. enjoy the final days of summer at the apple country craft fair in londonderry.
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st. peter's episcopal church. admission is free. that's what's happening, new hampshire. i'm tom griffith, wmur news 9. >> the oldest general store in the nation is getting a makeover. the brick store in bath has been a mainstay since 1824. it was put up for auction this summer and sold for $250,000. they'll sell the same items that were previously sold. the iconic fudge stand and smoke house will still be >> a world famous band that started their unique beat in goffstown is giving back right where it began. recycled percussion took at least 30 kids school shopping on saturday and gets sweeter. they randomly invited granite staters out for ice cream in the queen city. miss new hampshire, carolyn--
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the granite state. she's running her platform on preventing diabetes. she has type one diabetes herself. what is coming up, the deadliest problems, the summit and what the local leaders hope it will accomplish. around the country. you're looking live along the seacoast. clouds, gray skies at the moment. josh judge is here with your sunday forecast.
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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.
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thing. the seafood festival is underway later this morning for a second day. here is look at our top stories on the half hour. law enforcement officials, policy makers, treatment experts all gathered to discuss new hampshire's drug crisis in concord saturday. the groups talked about causes and possible solutions to the problem. a pizza delivery person recovering this morning after being injured in a robbery in manchester yesterday. it's unclear how bad those injuries are. today marks the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks. several memorials and remembrance are set for today. first let's go to josh judge with a look at the forecast. a lot of people want to go to the seafood festival later today, josh. josh: yes, you have to be aware there will be a line of showers rolling through, depending where
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and 70's, it's a warm and muggy start. we did have some showers roll through the state primarily in northern and western new hampshire. a closer look here. if i go back to the last 12 hours, watch this, you'll see the showers and storms that began rolling through during the overnight hours. now there's more on our doorstep to the west and this line of thunderstorms will pull through. first, within the next hour or two in western new hampshire between about time frame, closer to 8:00 or 9:00. and then across the state. exiting the seacoast region somewhere between 12 noon and 2 p.m. high pressure building in after that will clear out the skies this afternoon, but it will get wendy, so, keep in mind, it's certainly going to be a windy and breezy afternoon despite the drying. lower 70's in northern new hampshire. everywhere else, 70's, low and mid 80's.
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chance coming up. >> turning to the new hampshire drug crisis. policy makers and treatment experts, gathered to discuss solutions to the drug epidemic at a heroin leadership summit in concord. granite action, co-hosted the summit saturday. the acu launched an initiative this year to studied impact of economic and social factors including drug use on families in america. including here in new hampshire. >> within the family prosperity de and it's actually been falling, over the last couple of years. and the overdose and the heroin crisis is in large part to blame for that drop. >> it's too easy to say that it's somebody else's problems. we have to understand the root causes, why are people becoming addicted. amy: you can learn about the summit heading over to our website, wmur.com.
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police allegedly found marijuana, guns and ammunition in a box truck in hampton. when police approached, they could smell the strong odor of marijuana and state police reportedly seized $1500 in cash during the stop. new hampshire, fish and game officials, an atv crash that sent to the hospital. officials say a 31-year-old hampstead man was driving his atv on success trail before losing control and crashing. mcdonald was thrown from the atv and taken to the hospital. officials say that high speed was probability in the accident. a person delivering a pizza on kelley street was robbed around 7 p.m. no word right now as to the extent of injuries or if any arrests have been made. today is the 15th anniversary of
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from the white house to wall street, a nation gathers to remember, mourn and heal. abc's marci gonzales has details. >> today from the raw emotional images seared into the collective memory, to the faces and stories of the 2,996 lives lost. this morning, a somber reflection on all of the he heartbreak and horror of 15 terror attack still piercing through the haunting recollections. >> as we crawled in deeper, squeezing through tiny openings and into a smoke-filled environment we came to the understanding that we were going to die in that pile. >> and the lingering effects. 127 new york city firefighters who stayed at ground zero in the days and weeks that followed the attacks, searching, heroically,
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respiratory and other ailmentsments nagging, chronic became acute and the number of those lost to the terror attack from september 11th began to grow. >> 17 new names added to the fdnc's memorial wall this year, while again the other names etched into history were read allowed. from here, below the reflection of the new the pentagon and shanksville, pennsylvania. honoring that vow made 15 years ago to never forgets. as families gather to pay their reflects, police are always on patrol, but stress there are no specific or credible threats. marci gonzales, abc news, new york. amy: people across the granite state are coming together today
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sullivan plaza building at 9 a.m. n concord, the community is holding a ceremony at the new hampshire fire academy at 9:50 a.m. and on the seacoast, portsmouth police are holding memorial service this morning. in jackson, a freedom walk at 5 p.m. to honor the victims of 9/11. for a complete list of all the events today please head to our website wmur.com. meanwhile, presidential candidates hillary clinton and donald trump are expected to make an appearance at a 9/11 memorial campaigning today on the anniversary of the terror attacks, this comes a few days after hillary smashed an uproar when describing donald trump supporters at a fundraiser. >> she could walk into this arena right now and shoot somebody with 20,000 people watching right smack in the middle of the heart and she wouldn't be prosecuted.
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supporters into what i call the basket of deploreables. >> racist, sexist, xenophobic. >> and they said that they're not a basket of anything. clinton campaign tried to say shn' that manner. >> soledad o'brien has worked for other media out lets and her goal is to examine political issues on a way that goes beyond washington inside herbs. >> i think what we're going to be able to do is expand our conversations and open up the show to elevate some of the voices that historically haven't gotten a lot of coverage. amy: watch the premier with
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next, the uhn wildcats break in their new stadium. we'll show you how they did. >> we have a line of thunderstorms that's pushing in this direction, much needed rain is on the way, will it be enough? we'll talk how long and when to expect this thunderstorm passing through. >> coming up in new hampshire's business, we're losing one of
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narrator: fewer new hampshire students are graduating debt free, while wall street and oil and whose side is kelly ayotte on? she voted to cut funding for pell grants and against letting students refinance their loans at lower rates. all while voting for tax breaks for the special interests like oil companies that give millions to help her campaign. kelly ayotte: working for the special interests, not on our side. senate majority pac is responsible
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>> welcome to new hampshire's business. i'm fred kocher. we're losing in new hampshire one of the historic and iconic businesses in this state, dairy farms. let's look at the graphics, this will explain what's happening. 120 wholesale dairy farms in new hampshire, 19 closed to date this year, especially small to medium sized,farms. now, what's the problem? low milk problems and high feed costs. market places less than the cost to produce milk, and feed
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with me to talk about this are three people working with this on a daily basis. lorraine merrill, welcome, nice to have you. and tara from the agricultural commit. >> welcome. >> thank you. >> and bob heffner chair of the new hampshire house environmental and agriculture committee, welcome, bob. >> thanks for having us. fred: commissioner, what's the crux of this issue now? we're losing these you're the commissioner and you're sitting there, i'm sure, watching this happen. what's the crux of the problem? >> we're very concerned. the crux of the problem is that for the last two years, milk prices have really crashed. they've been 37, 38% lower than they were in 2014. fred: this is for the farmer. >> for the milk prices for the
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costs have not decreased by 37, 38%. on top of that, here in new hampshire, especially the southern and central parts of the state, we have been suffering severe to extreme drought, which means that our farmers, we don't have pastures, we don't have hay. corn crop for silage is way down. the has proven to be a failure, it's not proved out for dairy farms and the disaster kinds of programs have been cut over the years so there's really not much relief other than low interest loans. >> on that cost of the milk prices at the grocery store, i think you've told me the average is about 3.50 a gallon and the farmer gets a buck 29. that's the difference.
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what are you hearing? >> we are a hearing that the farmers are in big trouble. so i toured a dairy farm the other day with senator ayotte and the crops just look horrible. they've had one really good or decent kind of hay. the second crop of hay was half the size and there is no third crop cut. tara, you have as many dairy farms in your district as any place in the state at least you'ved >> yes, i do. fred: you're hearing from them? >> yes. it's a dire situation. they're losing between $2 and $4 per cow per day, that's just not sustainable. i heard anecdotally that one farmer said within the next five weeks, they will go out and shoot their entire herd. fred: why is that? >> because it's costing them too
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bob, your you're chair-- if i'm getting it right, of the emergency relief fund, which is now unfunded, right? >> that is correct. fred: what do we do with that? you're going after $2 million? >> we are initially going $2 million plus another $2 million in the budget. that the emergency relief board will meet october. and we'll define what the problem is and make our recommendations to the legislature. fred: and tara, what will that money be used for? >> the money will be distributed on a prorated basis, depending on how many cows the farmers have, that will help them get through the winter so that they can feed the cows and then get back on track. fred: commissioner, the final
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million for each year of the new fiscal years and the new budget. the governor's strongly supportive of that. but it's got a long way to go and we need desperately as bob and tara have said, emergency assistance before that july, 2017. fred: we're out of town. agricultural commissioner, lorraine, and rob heffner and tara, the ranking member of that same committee. thank you, all too critical problem and glad you're bringing it to our attention. if you want to see that interview again, go to wmur.com, click on news and click on economy. >> now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch forecast. josh: it's a sunday morning and get ready for a big time variable day as we start your sunday. starting off with a look at manchester, cloudy skies there at the moment and 71 degrees with the dew point of 67.
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day. you can feel the air as you walk outside for sure. light winds right now, but they'll pick up later. there's the temperatures around the entire region, 60's in most of northern new hampshire and 68 in laconia and as you get into most of southern new hampshire, low to mid 70's and there's those dew points. right now they're quite high as i mentioned mid to upper 60's and even 72 degree dew point in keene right now. check out what happens in the days to come. as the front rollsou points will drop. look at this, it's like a slide, sliding down into the 40's for dew points tomorrow. that means a more comfortable night tonight and tomorrow, bone dry, a beautiful day on the way for tomorrow, by the way. slowly climb back up again by wednesday, but this is a blip on the radar as it falls off again, because the cold front will come throughment ahead of it, we'll warm up and get more humid as showers and storms roll through on wednesday. let's take you through it here
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satellite. not much happening, overnight there were showers and downpours that rolled through the state, primarily in northern and western-- here they come again. there's more on the way. however, don't put all of your eggs in a basket hoping that this is going to solve any droughts or anything, we have a line that will turn into a thin line of showers and storms that move through. they roll through quickly. we're talking a one to two-hour period of them and then they're done. first into northern new hampshire, almost far northern new hampshire area now. up in pittsburgh, you can likely hear some thunder in the distance and it's getting closer into the areas of the great north woods and headed to the white mountains. we head south, it will take longer and look at the cluster rolling through albany and southern vermont a couple of hours away from moving into western new hampshire. maybe less, and then, a couple of hours away from areas farther
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and the storms are pretty much out of here by noon time. the exception is southeastern and eastern new hampshire, the seacoast region, it may take a little past lunchtime between 12 and 2 p.m. to see them exit, the cold front rolling through and as it does, high pressure builds in and boy, does it make a big difference. this afternoon, you'll notice the sun coming out and the winds kicking up. it will get windy this afternoon, but the temperatures will be dropping a bit. and the humidity levels will really tumbl one rain chance as another cold front comes through wednesday afternoon. and that brings some thunderstorms, otherwise, each day this week, looking very beautiful and almost september-like. that's your forecast, now let's check sports. >> now, news 9 sports. >> it was a highly anticipated debut of the new wildcat stadium. they played in the old stadium for 80 years, but this, take a
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in durham. huge crowd on hand to watch the first game ever in wildcat stadium. holy cross in the house, their quarterback ran in a 20-yard touchdown and then here he found bell for a catch. 14-0 holy cross. unh quarterback trevor knight started to lead them back and that set up the wildcats deep, and a drive with a td. the two point conversion failed so unh they're on the board. 21-6 holy cross. in the second quarter, gets it to go. 56 yards all the way to the end zone. unh closes in. it's 21-13 at the half. and halftime legendary unh car bill bose was honored into the hall of fame. and a pass to o'connor, the two
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holy cross is still up 21-19. later in the third. unh gets the first lead of the game. big play to donovan, unh 32-28. fourth quarter. holy cross with a pass intercepted. and he takes it 28 yards the other way for the score and there you have it. a victorious opening night at the wild cat stadium. unh wins, and you don't see at that every day, firewor from durham. jamie: so the dust has cleared after a tremendous game and for that matter, the smoke from the fireworks as well. what a special night in durham, huge for the unh wildcats, a 11-point win over a tough crusaders begin. this is emotional for you guys with the stadium and the way you come back. >> that's great. the kids when they were down, came back and played hard and did the right things at the end of it. >> that's crazy, that was packed
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was packed and the old home side was packed. >> it was electric out there. great fans, great stadium, we're lucky to have all of this stuff. >> unbelievable, hat goes off to the fans and students, everybody. it was unbelievable atmosphere, third downs were loud, really loud and it was just fun to be in, to play in. jamie: the last time uhn opened a stadium in 1936 they lost to maine that day, but this stadium opener, all good news for the unh wildcats. cost 25 million and so big win at home. in durham, jamie staton, news 9 sports. >> thank you, of course, the new england patriots have their season opener tonight against the arizona cardinals. jimmy garafalo makes his first career start as quarterback. amy: thank you. on news 9 this morning, it's the simple things in life. the sugary treat that made this
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>> the seattle mariners were hosting the texas rangers when the jumbotron cut to a little fan who was really enjoying the fan. josh: check this out. this video shows us fun stuff. most of us enjoy cotton candy, but none of us quite as much as
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hart. they posted it online. whoa, look at the green teeth. [lau [laughter] >> that's a sugar high if i ever saw one. josh: the green teeth and lips. amy: adorable. i'm like her, if i have cotton candy, i don't share. josh: loves to stick out her tongue, is my tongue green? here is look at the forecast, we have a line of showers and rms to that will roll through exits mid day to early afternoon at the seacoast and t out this afternoon and it turns windy and the humidity levels drop in a hurry. tonight, much more comfortable sleeping weather and tomorrow, maybe the best day ever looks beautiful for tomorrow. amy: best day ever? that's high praise from the weather department. josh: i think so. amy: the news continues at the top of the hour with top stories. next, a new hampshire man killed in massachusetts. how the boat crash happened. new developments in a danville homicide, the arrest just mad oil wells in new hampshire? you'd think so the way kelly ayotte voted.
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orations when they did wrong. as your governor, i'll stand up to the gun lobby to keep... military assault weapons off our streets. i'll take on the drug companies that caused this crisis... and protect planned parenthood to protect women's healthcare. the power is in our hands to make new hampshire safer... and stronger. mark connolly. governor. >> i knew it didn't look good. amy: now on news 9 this morning. an afternoon of boating takes a tragic turn. what we know about the crash that took the life of a granite stater. >> the only time he was ever out was when he was in her car. amy: new on the homicide in
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weather pattern. morning storms turning to sunny and clearment . i'm look at what that means. amy: a day that changed the nation forever. a look at the victims on the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, new hampshire. 7:00 on sunday, september 11th. i'm a we'll get to the top stories in a few minutes, first, josh judge is in the weather center. put down your coffee, josh, you're on. josh: i'm on. amy: it's your turn. josh: well, let's kind of wing this. a look at the forecast today. with cloudy skies and it's 74 warm, muggy degrees out there in manchester. you see the cloudy skies and the haze and that's going to lead to some showers and thunderstorms rolling through the region.
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the-- they'll weaken and break apart from west to east so don't x exhibit a whole lot of rain out of these, but at least we'll see a little bit and they move east to west and are gone by mid day to very early afternoon from west to east, as high pressure builds in. highs today in the upper 70's and low to mid 80's, depending on exactly where you are, any thunderstorms this morning turn into sunny skies this afternoon. and it turns windy as well. a great w forecast in a few minutes from now. amy: new this morning, a new hampshire man is dead after a boating accident in massachusetts. it happened during speed boat races in taunton pond. they were going about 63 miles per hour when they collided. >> we had rescue boats to the scene within less than a minute and able to get all three out of
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a 39-year-old from new hampshire did not survive. a 67-year-old man from maine was rushed to the hospital in critical condition. the third driver suffered minor injuries. new developments this morning out of danville where an arrest has been made in connection to a homicide. police charged 37-year-old richard moore with second degree murder in the death of joanne boucher. investigators say moore repeatedly stabbed her. wmur's mike cronin is in danville with the latest on the mi says this investigation is far from over. joanne boucher's family is glad someone was arrested and they want to see change. >> news of an arrest in 51-year-old joanne boucher's murder comes as a relief to neighbors along caramel drive in danville. according to the state's website, the suspect is a registered sex offender. >> my kids can go outside and not have to worry, they can walk by that house.
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arrested and charged with murder. investigators say he stabbed boucher multiple times on september 2nd. >> even though an arrest has been made, the investigation is still very much active and ongoing and so i can't comment any further on that at this point. >> the attorney general's office is not commenting on their relationship, but neighbors say moore had been living with boucher at her home. boucher's body was found inside the house days ag the new hampshire sex offender registry says moore was living at that same address. it also shows he has a criminal record that dates back to 1996. in 1998, he was convicted of felonious sexual assault. one neighbor who doesn't want to be identified says moore kept to himself. >> did i want him near my kids? heck no, did we ever see him? no, he hid in the house, the only time he was out he was in her car.
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says, we're glad that someone is held accountable for a horrible crime however, myself and my family and decent law abiding citizens still wonder why career criminals such as richard moore are allowed to walk the streets. something needs to change, not only in new hampshire, but throughout the country. >> there's still a significant amount of work to do in terms of follow-up as there is with any case. an arrest doesn't stop the investigation, the investigation is continuing. >> investigators anticipate moore will be in court monday, where we could learn more about what allegedly happened before the deadly stabbing. in danville, mike cronin, wmur news 9. amy: new this morning, a man thrown from miss motorcycle in laconia charged with aggravated dwien 0 friday evening. the rider, shawn caldwell was taken to the hospital with serious, but nonlife threatening injuries. alcohol and speed are believed to be factors in the cash.
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airlifted to the hospital after losing control of his atc in due mar. it happened at 8:00 last night. the fish and game say the man and his son were on deer mountain trail and they were both ejected. speed, alcohol are likely factors in the crash. a burglary on state route 104 at a liquor store around 10:15 friday night. they say store through a smashed window. right now, investigators are trying to figure out what exactly was stolen. bristol police and state police are helping with the investigation. now to an encouraging update, a statue stolen from the vfw in salem has reappeared. it was taken and then reappeared. the veterans said they were willing to give the thief a chance to return it no questions asked and they're just glad to
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september 11th terrorist attacks. 14 of the victims who died on september 11th had new hampshire ties. and as wmur's jennifer vaughn tells us they range from pilots and businessmen to parents and retirees. >> tom mcginness from portsmouth was the co-pilot of american airlines flight 11 which crashed into the north tower. the captain of flight 11 was john ogonowski, an air force veteran. in madeline amy sween i w the nashua high school graduate was able to call a supervisor by air phone before the crash. >> and thelma cucinello as visiting her sister. 48-year-old charles jones, an air force veteran and manager of space programs at bae systems. david covalsin was also on the plane, lived in hudson with his
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he worked at raytheon. douglas stone from dover was on the flight for business and to help his son settle in for a freshman year at ucla. carol flyzik lived with her partner of 12 years and flou out on business. >> charles max hammond moved to derry a few months before he boarded the flight. he had a doctorate in >> a geography professor as unh. >> louis mariani was going to his stepdaughter's wedding. it was held in his honor. and this couple built their dream home in dover. kathy bantis graduated from
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amy: and that was jen vaughn reporting. 100 nights of remembering, last night played taps to recognize our armed forces and heroes in manchester. 100 nights of remembrance members play taps every evening from memorial day through september 11th. tonight's ceremony is at 6:00 at the state's veterans cemetery. peop remembering victims of 9/11. you can find a local list on wmur.com. the grounds at camp spaulding got an upgrade. volunteers from rebuilding together boston made their way to concord to make much-needed repairs saturday. maine buildings were fixed, planter beds, and a vibrant new mural painted on the fence for campers to enjoy. volume sears say it's nice to give back.
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in order to do something for the betterment of an organization. >> camp spaulding serves hundreds of overnight and day campers each year. and dozens sent to the hospital in connecticut after a deck collapses to the ground. making a murderer, why brendan dassey may not go free after all.
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>> good morning and welcome back. it's a sunday and we're starting off with a lot of clouds around and showers approaching. here is plymouth, 65 degrees there and cloudy and we're looking for more rain for a little while this morning. maybe a thunderstorm or two in
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look at the radar coming up. amy: police are investigating after a deck collapsed in connecticut injuring more than two dozen people. the debt collapse happened at a house near the trinity college campus in hartford. police say a third floor deck fell onto the second floor deck which collapsed onto the first floor deck. 30 to 40 people were injured in this and police say none of the injuries were serious. the pulse nightclub shooter, the employer dollars. accused of listing false psychological testing information on forms that alo you had employees to carry gun. one of the flawed forms belonged to shooter omar mateen. the company is now saying an administrative error did occur on his form. the second girl accused in the slender man stabbing pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity. they say the two young wisconsin girls lured a classmate into a
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stabbed her allegedly in order to impress the fictional character slender man. the judge ordered two doctors to return on reports on their mental status. both girls are due back in court october 13th. make ago murderer's brendan dassey may not get out of jail after all. last month the judge overturned his conviction. prosecutors decided to appeal. the 26-year-old was due to leave in 90 days. and he was convicted in the murder of a halbach. his uncle steven avery was convicted of the same murder. and a piece of metal came through new hampshire, where it came from and the reason it's headed to canada. it's 7:14 on this sun morning. you're looking live at downtown
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>> now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch forecast. >> good morning out there. there's rain approaching. hopefully we'll get as much as we can. don't look for a whole lot. these are kick moving downpours and thunderstorms. here is warner. as you can see, fogged and clouded in. a dew point of 68 means it's a muggy, muggy start to the day.
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are approaching and moving through. 60's to the north, 70's everywhere else, between the low and mid 70's around and there's those dew points. check it out. upper 60's and 70 degree dew points in the upper valley and connecticut river valley as well as nashua and those dew points day on the warm side today. watch what happens after a cool front approaching, they fall right dry air taking over. if you have not been a fan of the humidity the last couple of days, hang on a few hours, we'll take care of that this afternoon. you'll be able to tell a major difference if you walk out today. late morning versus maybe 3:00, 4:00, 5:00 this afternoon. all right, here is some of your headlines for the next couple of days to keep in mind. >> today, of course, morning showers and thunderstorms. show you on the doppler in a moment. this afternoon, clearing, the sun will come back out, but
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and that creates wind. there's even a chance of a few trees coming down. not that the wind are strong enough to normally do that, but the fact that we have drought weakened root systems on the trees. it's possible that they come down and the leaves have little sails and help that happen. not entirely out of the question you could be at a patriots party today or something and the power goes out and hate to say th there. they're scattered in nature. a beautiful day tomorrow, it will be sunny and warmer for tomorrow and even warmer on tuesday, rather, a beautiful day with temperatures very summer-like, a little warmer than that on tuesday. wednesday, some afternoon thunderstorms, and then we go back to cool weather. in fact, the end. week, thursday and friday, the coolest days we've had in a while. very september, october feeling on thursday. all right, a look at the clouds out there now.
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we'll zoom in closer here and show you, first of all, northern new hampshire. there is that line of storms and be prepared in the north country for heavy rain to break out and in some spots it's beginning to do that. in the great north woods, upper valley, lebanon, on your doorstep and in southern new hampshire, it's farther away and moving into southern vermont into western new hampshire. keep in mind, big time clearing. highs today in the upper 70's, low to mid 80's, depending where you are and afternoon clearing and windy and drier air moves in. last night if it's muggy sleeping for you tonight. it will be exactly the opposite. very dry and cooler and there is your week ahead. the only chance for rain is wednesday afternoon. otherwise a whole batch of sunny days ahead. >> and cooler nights. >> absolutely.
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amy: hard to believe it's the 15th anniversary of the september 11th attacks and all morning we are taking a look at how the country is remembering the victims of that day. josh: today, a piece of the world trade center is expected to arrive at a small town in knew foundland, canada. many firefighters are joining the journey. jennifer crompton has that story. >> a convoy of motorcycle riding firefighters escorted a piece of the world tra mark the 15th anniversary of 9/11. >> 343 firefighters were lost at that day, doing their job. and so, either we knew somebody there or we knew the civilians working the towers that day or they worked the pile or they covered shifts to let guys go. >> 15 years ago i wasn't a firefighter, it's pretty much why i became a firefighter, i think. >> new hampshire firefighters
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no notice. >> and it's what you do, it's our way of giving back. >> this is a personal journey for george shea, when we saw the first plane hit the tower, we responded to ground zero. >> he delivers pieces of world trade center steel as tokens of gratitude. this one to gander, newfoundland, a small town at that took in over 6 of,000 passengers grounded. >> for three days they did everything, got clothes for them. washed clothes. >> so much humanity to springs from darkness. >> to show the support that we haven't forgotten and won't forget because that's what we do. we just never forget. in seabrook. jennifer crompton, news 9.
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morning. the tiny piece of technology that made this reunion possible. then in our next half hour of news 9 this morning, new hampshire drug crisis, how the community is coming together to solve a deadly problem here in the gran oil we shire you'd think so the way kelly ayotte voted. ninety percent with the big oil koch brothers. she voted to give big oil more than $20 billion in tax breaks. they gave kelly ayotte campaign contributions. corporate special interests are spending millions supporting her campaign... like the koch brothers. kelly ayotte: paid for by big oil; voting for big oil. not working for us. dscc is responsible for
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>> a laconia man is feeling grateful this morning.
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and just when he thought he would never see it again, a miracle. he says a small investment he made has paid off big time. wmur's shelley walcott has the story. >> dan la vek remembers the day his dog taz disappeared. >> i was going inside of my house in laconia and i had her on a lead outside and you know, i went in and when i came out, she was gone. >> that was three years ago. la vek reported taz's society as soon as she disappeared, but didn't hear a word. >> i had her microchiped when i adopted her and i was just hoping that someone would bring her in and no one, no one did until yesterday. >> the humane society's marilee gorham sis that taz was dropped off this week by a concerned citizen who noticed the little dog wandering around laconia himself. he says that taz was scanned and
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the proper owner. >> a microchip is the best way that we know that that dog or cat belongs to you. they're registered through a national data base and we have a company called 24 hour pet watch that we called. >> it was clear that taz hadn't been to the vet in a long time. her teeth are rotten and she's going to need to have them all extracted. >> taz's medical care will cost about $1500. he started a go fund me page in the still, he says he's grateful to have taz home. >> i never adopted another dog after she went missing. i was kind of, i don't know, just no one really -- no one really got to my heart like she did. >> i'm shelley walcott, wmur news 9. amy: it only costs between 25 and $40 to have your pet microchiped. if you'd like to donate to help taz, kind that link on our
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carter will take the stage hoping to bring the crown back to the granite state. her platform is on diabetes and she has type one herself. the pageant gets underway at 9:00. the summit held in concord and what local leaders hope it will lost 15 years ago today. somber memorials happening around the country. you are looking live at the big lake in meredith, gray and cloudy there on this sunday morning. josh judge is here with your
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning.
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hampton beach where another day of delicious seafood festival is about to get underway. 73 degrees there. you're encouraged to take the shuttle if you plan to go. here is a look at our top stories on the half hour. law enforcement officials, policy makers and treatment experts gather to discuss new hampshire's drug crisis in concord, saturday. the group talks about possible solutions to the problem. a pizza delivery person recovered after being injured in a robbery in manchester on saturday. it's injuries are. the nation remembers. today marks the 15th anniversary of the september 11th terror attacks. several are in the granite state today. we'll get to those stories and more in a few minutes. first, check with josh judge for a look at the forecast. >> hi there, we did have some showers overnight. nothing compared to what's about to roll through. some parts of new hampshire. hooksett 71 degrees, cloudy skies, warm and muggy, and here
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rolled through last night and the next line that's approaching, take a close look, it's moved into parts of northern new hampshire, pittsburgh, colebrook, seeing those approaching farther south and it's also right on the border from haverhill, approaching littleton, right around the connecticut river valley and then the line is approaching southern new hampshire a little farther away, it's about to move into the upper valley shortly probably hear that in the distance and then the thunder and lightning moving through southern new hampshire. these are the areas we have to watch falling apart and weakening much more. high pressure is going to build in and those are showers and storms pull away by mid day to early afternoon and we turn sunny and windy. so, big changes ahead today on the week ahead. we've got a look at that in a few minutes. amy: we begin this half hour with the new hampshire drug
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treatment, discussing that at a heroin summit in concord. granite action co-hosted along with the american conservative union saturday. the acu launched an initiative this year to study the economic and social factors including drug use on families in america, including here in new hampshire. >> within the family prosperity index, new hampshire ranks 22nd this year and it's actually been falling over the last couple of years. and the overdose and the heroin for that drop. >> it's too easy to say, this is somebody else's problem. it's not somebody else's problem, it's all of our problem. we need to understand what the root causes are. why are people becoming addicted. >> you can learn more about granite action and the other organizations at the summit by heading to our website, wmur.com. >> two north carolina men will
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when they approached a vehicle, they could smell a strong smell of marijuana and they seized $1500 of cash at the stop. investigating an atv crash that sent a man to the hospital. a hampstead man was riding on success trail before losing control and this happened yesterday. he was thrown from the s.u.v. and later taken to the the crash. a pizza delivery person is in the hospital after a robbery in manchester. manchester police say a person delivering to an address on kelley street was robbed around 7:00 last night. no word on the extent of injuries or if any arrests have been made. and this morning, officials are investigating a suspicious fire that heavily damaged a historic covered bridge in salisbury, vermont. the fire broke out at 3:00 yesterday afternoon.
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creek on swamp road at salisbury cornwall townline. historic covered bridges, this one was built in 1865. drivers should avoid the roads because there is no timetable for they this will reopen. heart breaking. today is the 15th anniversary of the worst terror attack in this nation's history. from the wall street to wall street, mourn and heal. abc's marci gonzales has the details. >> today from the raw emotional images seared into the collective memory to the faces and stories of the 2,996 lives lost. this morning, a somber reflection on all of the heartbreak and horror of 15 years ago today. the impact of the september 11th
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through the haunting recollections. >> as we crawled in deeper, squeezing through tiny openings and into a smoke-filled environment, we came to the understanding that we were going to die in at that pile. >> and the lingering effects. 127 new york city firefighters who stayed at ground zero in the days and weeks that followed the attacks searching, heroically, through the smoldering toxic debris, have since died of respiratory and other >> nagging problems worsened, chronic became acute and the number of those lost to the terrorist attack of september 11th began to grow. >> 17 new names added to the f nc fdny's memorial wall and the other names etched into history are read aloud, from here to the one world trade center to the
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shanksville, pennsylvania honoring that vow made 15 years ago to never forget. as families gather this morning to pay their respects, police as always are on patrol, but they say there's no credible threats. marci gonzales, abc news, new york. amy: meanwhile, people across the granite state are coming together to remember 9/11. in manchester people are climbing the brady sullivan building a in concord, a ceremony at the new hampshire fire academy at 9:50 a.m. and on the seacoast, portsmouth police are holding a memorial service this morning. and in jackson, a freedom walk to honor the victims of 9/11. for list of all the events today head over to wmur.com. meantime, presidential candidates hillary clinton and donald trump both expected to make an appearance in new york at ground zero.
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of the terrorist attacks, a few days after hillary sparked an uproar when describing trump supporters at a fundraiser. >> she could walk into this arena right now and shoot somebody with 20,000 people watching right smack in the middle of the haeart and she wouldn't be prosecuted, ok? >> to be grossly generalistic, you could put half of trump's supporters into what i call >> racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, islamophobic. >> trump's running mate pence tweeted that trump supporters are not a basket of anything and deserve respect. >> and the clinton campaign said later she was wrong to describe the supporters.
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goal is to examine issues in a way that goes beyond washington insiders. >> i think what we'll be able to do is to expand the conversations and open up the show to elevate the voices that historically haven't gotten a lot of coverage. amy: watch the premier of "matter of fact", right after "close-up" at 10:00 here on wmur. we hope you stay with us. next, the wildcats break against holy cross in sports. josh: showers and thunderstorms are moving into new hampshire. we've got a look at the latest doppler images oil wells in new hampshire? you'd think so the way kelly ayotte voted. ninety percent with the big oil koch brothers. she voted to give big oil more than $20 billion in tax breaks. they gave kelly ayotte campaign contributions.
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>> now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch 9 forecast. josh: hi there, thanks for joining us on a sunday morning. it's cloudy out there in most of the state ahead of some rain that's headed in this direction, much needed rain, we welcome it with open arms.
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a look at portsmouth with 73 degrees. the dew point is 69. that means it's oh so muggy and humid out there. that will change through the afternoon, guaranteed. a look at 60's from the white mountains on north and 70's, low to mid 70's, across the rest of the state and the dew points as i mentioned, they're highest in western new hampshire and closest to the front, that's where they'll fall off first as well. check out the time line drop off like that, and this afternoon, into tonight, and tomorrow, very low humidity levels. they kind of squeak back up again on wednesday, ahead of our next front, another warmer, more humid day with afternoon thunderstorms and wednesday and then they drop again for the end part of the week as the temperatures cool off. we're checking out this line of thunderstorms, that's headed toward new hampshire and in some cases already in the state. we'll back out, first of all,
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continuous, although weaker in areas further south. the line that moves across southern new hampshire, yes, there's potential for that to break apart and weaken just a little bit and fingers crossed that this will not happen. in the north country, far north country, it's approaching and moving into the connecticut river valley. right now in other areas around the white mountains. you head farther south and as you can see, it's just and moving into the upper valley and lebanon area as we speak. it will sweep the state. by the time we get to noon to 1:00 it will be exiting the sea coast region. it's mostly a morning thing this afternoon and high pressure builds in and things take a change. you'll notice the sun come out and the wind kick up and dew points, meaning humidity dropping like crazy as this
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a much more comfortable night for sleeping tonight. the other thing we want to keep you up-to-date with, the temperatures that will be dropping and you can see the difference right here. that means the next couple of days will be cooler, especially tomorrow. starts to warm up again tuesday and wednesday and then drops even bigger time with the coolest air mass of the season yet for the end of the week. the tropics, which had quite a down some, pick up again with a disturbance moving across the atlantic and the national hurricane center continues to pu developing into tropical storm and probably hurricane ian, later today and tomorrow. see if that happens. a look for your temperatures today. lower 70's in northern new hampshire. and lower to mid 80's across the rest of the state. your extended forecast, here it is, tomorrow, beautiful after the morning showers to afternoon sun today. and your week ahead, mostly dry, except for wednesday.
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>> good morning, it was the highly anticipated debut of the new wild cat stadium last night and they played in the old stadium for 80 years, but this was the scene last night. there was a huge new hampshire crowd on hand to watch the first game ever in wild cat stadium. holy cross in the house, they've got a great quarterback, he ran in a 20-yard touchdown and here they find blaise and leading the cats back, a 30-yard run, that set up the cats deep in the territory and unh finished with a touchdown. the two point conversion failed. holy cross in the second quarter. gets it to go 56 yards all the way into the end zone. unh closing in, it's 21-13 at the half.
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coach bill bose was honored, he'll be inducted into the college football hall of fame. third quarter, knight with an eight-yard touchdown pass to neil o'connor, the two point conversion here failed again and holy cross is up 21-19. the first lead of the game. a big play to donovan, 62 yards for the score and unh goes up 32-28. holy cross with a ball. and deandre, he takes it 28 yards the other way for the score and there you have it, a victorious opening night, unh wins 38-29 and you don't see that, fireworks at the enough stadium. here is jamie staton with more from durham. >> so the dust has cleared after a tremendous game, for that matter, the smoke from the fireworks as well. what a special night in durham,
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11-point win. this was emotional for the stadium and the way you came back. >> the kids didn't panic and came back and played hard at the end of it. >> the atmosphere was crazy. looked up and the section was packed and-- >> it was electric out there. great fans, great stadium, you know, we're lucky to have all of this stuff. >> unbelievable. hat goes off to the fans and students, everybody. it was unbelievable sp loud and fun to be in, to play in. >> the last time unh opened a stadium in october much 1936, they lost to maine that day, but this stadium opener, all good news for the unh wildcats. cost 24 million and so far worth every penny, unh a big win at home. in durham, jamie staton, news 9 sports. >> thank you. both plymouth state and st.
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and st. anselm lost to bentley, 35- 35-21. >> go! >> in high school football, a big division two game between the windham jaguars and they scored two touchdowns, two from this guy, jake alexa. milford strikes back, and salisbury with a catch and run into the end zone, but windham final score. >> the red hots of hillsborough hopkinton played their first ever home game, a t.d. run, second score of the game. two point conversion is good. falcons led 14-0.
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is up now 21-0. 28-0 later, but the red hots get one here and it's a tremendous one. henry breaks flew 67 yards into the end zone. the red-hots score their first ever varsity today-- touchdown and bow ends up 42-6. nine other games, hollis brooklyn. and stark over and booker had a rushing touchdown and a pick six. kearsarge over franklin. norris with six t.d.'s. newport, 36-0. mcnamara two interceptions. man monadnock. and they got extra two points on a final touchdown to win it and there were a lot of injuries in
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plymouth wins over kennett. a rush for 127 yards and a t.d. at new market defeated, them. >> and gibby scored on a reverse for the game winner there. battle for the top spot in the al east continuing between the red sox and blue jays. second of a three-game set at rogers centre. toronto struck first. bottom of the to junior, going yard, deep to left center, 20th home run of the season. two run shot gives toronto a 2-0 lead. and the red sox finally cracked it, pedroia, a solo shot, puts the red sox on the board, but it wasn't enough. toronto wins 3-2 and they're now just a game behind boston and the two teams play again at 1:00. that's your sports for this morning.
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great day. >> you, too. ahead here on news 9 this morning, it's the simple things in life, isn't it? the sweet treat that made this young baseball fan a very happy girl. now to our u local hotshot. i love this picture. look at this, just a trio of back yard visitors hanging around and spent about an hour in this u local users yard and we wish they told us what town they were in. it's a great thanks for sharing.
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>> the seattle mariners were hosting the texas rangers. the jumbotron is cutting to a little fan having a really good time. josh: check this out. [laughter] >> most of us enjoy cotton candy, but none of us quite as much as this three-year-old. the video went viral when seattle postedt their 8-3 win over the rangers. whoa. amy: look at that fast. josh: that's a sugar high for sure. amy: indeed. josh: i like that. all right, some people are not having a sugar high, but kind of excited about some rain moving through the state this morning. and some thunderstorms, and we'll have a look at those thunderstorms on the radar in a minute, but they pull away and big changes in our future for this afternoon and the next couple of days as well. amy: ok. and did you mention a severe thunderstorm warning?
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unless they were issued a second ago. amy: i was following you on facebook. i thought i saw something, i'm sorry. the news continues with today's top stories up next. a new hampshire man killed in massachusetts. how this crash happened. also new developments in a danville homicide, the arrest power shouldn't come from money and influence. power comes from the people. i'm mark connolly, as your financial regulator, i went... after big corporations when they did wrong. as your governor, i'll stand up to the gun lobby to keep... and protect planned parenthood to protect women's healthcare. the power is in our hands to make new hampshire safer... and stronger. mark connolly.
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>> i knew it didn't look good. amy: now on news 9 this morning,
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tragic turn. what we know about the crash that took the life of a granite stater. >> that's the only time he was out when he was in her car. amy: a homicide in danville. the arrest just made in the case and his connection to the victim. josh: changes ahead in our weather pattern. morning storms turning to sunny and clear, i'll look at what that means for your week ahead. amy: it's a day that changed america forever. how the nation remembers the victims of september 11th on the 15th anniv no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, new hampshire, 8:00 on this sunday, september 11th, i'm amy coveno, we'll get to our top stories in just a minute. first, josh judge is in the weather center with a look at the forecast. josh: as you mentioned a minute ago, we had a severe
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the national weather service is advising to places like lancaster, stratton, wentworth, milan, these places, white field and randolph in line for the most severe line of thunderstorms rolling through. 60 miles per hour and gusting and there could be hail as big aspeny sized hail. there it is, moving through the region, it's this part of the storm right here that' be pushing through. keep that in mind. we also have the line of storms not quite as strong, moving over the connecticut river valley and approaching the monadnock region as well. these storms will swoop across the country-- the state this morning and pull away by mid day and early afternoon. more on your forecast in a few minutes. amy: new this morning, a new hampshire man is dead after a boating accident in massachusetts. this happened during the speed
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tauton yesterday. three hydroplanes were going about 65 miles per hour when they collided. we had rescue boats to the scene less than a minute and able to get all three out of the water very quickly. amy: despite that quick response, a 39-year-old from new hampshire did not survive. a 67-year-old man from maine was rushed to a hospital in critical condition. the third driver suffered minor injuries. new developments this morning out of danville where an arrest has homicide there. police charged 37-year-old richard moore with second degree murder in the death of joanne boucher. investigators say moore repeatedly stabbed her. wmur's mike cronin is in danville with the latest on this homicide investigation. >> the attorney general's office says this investigation is far from over. joanne boucher's family is glad someone was arrested, but they want to see change. news of an arrest in 51-year-old
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a relief to neighbors at caramel drive in danville. according to the website, the suspect is a registered sex offender. >> my kids can go outside and not worry, i've never let them walk by that house. >> richard moore was arrest and charged with second degree murder. investigators say he stabbed boucher multiple times on september 2nd. >> even though an arrest has been made, the investigation is still very much active and any further on that at this point. >> the attorney general's office is not commenting on their relationship, but neighbors said that moore had been living with boucher at her home. boucher's body was found inside the house days ago. the new hampshire sex offender registry says that moore was living at that same address. it shows that he has a criminal record that dates back to 1996.
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one neighbor who doesn't want to be identified says that moore kept to himself. >> did i want him anywhere near my kids, no. the only time he was out is when he was in her car. >> in a statement, boucher's ex-husband told news 9, quote, we're certainly glad that someone is being held accountable for such a horrible crime. however, myself, my family and the rest of the decent law abiding citizens still wonder why career criminals such as richard moore are allowed to walk the streets. only in new hampshire, but throughout the country. >> there's still a significant amount of work to do in terms of follow-up as with any case. the investigation is still continuing. >> investigators anticipate moore will be in court on monday, where we could learn more about what allegedly happened before the deadly stabbing. in danville, mike cronin, wmur, news 9. >> new this morning, a man thrown from his motorcycle in laconia now charged with
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police were called to the crash on scenic and watson roads around 5:30 friday evening. the driver was taken to the hospital for serious, but nonlife threatening injuries. alcohol and speed are believed to be factors in the crash. also, fish and game officers say a man and his son were on the trail and alcohol and speed are factors in the accident. >> a liquor store on state route 104, officers responded to a burglar alarm friday night. they say someone got in via a smashed window. right now, investigators are trying to figure out exactly what was stolen. bristol and state police are helping with the investigation. and now to an encouraging judgment. a statue that was stolen from
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the statue disappeared and reappeared between friday night and saturday morning. veterans said they were willing to give the thief a chance to return it with no questions asked and say they're just glad to have the statue back. today marks 15 years since the 9/11 terror attacks. 14 of the victims who died on september 11th had new hampshire ties, as jennifer vaughn tells us, they're from parent >> tom mcginness from portsmouth was the co-pilot of flight 11 which crashed into the north tower. the captain of flight 11 was john ogonowski, an air force veteran. madeline amy sweeney was a flight attendant. the nashua high school graduate was able to call a ground supervisor by air phone to tell them about the hijackers before the crash.
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in california. 48-year-old charles jones an air force veteran and manager of space programs at bae systems. david covalsin was also on the plane, he lived in hudson with his wife and their 15-month-old and four-year-old daughters. he worked at raytheon. douglas stone, from dover, was on the flight for business, and to help his son settle in for freshman year at ucla. carol flyzik lived with her partner of 12 years and flew out on business. charles max hammond moved to derry, he had a doctorate in physics. robert leblanc was also on flight 175, a geography professor at unh and loved to travel the world. >> louis neil mariani was on the
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went on in his honor. thelma and michael shearer were married 39 years and built their dream home in dover. >> and kathy bantis graduated from central high school in manchester in 1975. amy: and our thanks to jennifer vaughn. the 100 nights of remembrance will hold a ceremony to hold a ceremony to honor the victims of 9/11 this evening. they cemetery in manchester. they played taps every evening from memorial day to september 11th. tonight's ceremony is in the veterans cemetery. people across the state are remembering the victims of 9/11. you can find a list of local events. coming up on news 9 this morning, a developing story from overnight, dozens sent to the hospital in connecticut after a tech collapses to the ground.
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>> welcome back. we have a couple of severe thunderstorm warnings in northern new hampshire. the first one is until 8:30 this morning in the berlin area and a large one here from berlin all the way down to the plymouth, new hampshire area as well. we'll show you the doppler radar with the severe storms moving through northern new hampshire, west to east, fast-moving, but expect an hour or two of heavy and potential hail. southern new hampshire, the storms are much weaker, but are approaching as well. we'll have more details on this on your full forecast in minutes. >> police are investigating this morning after a deck collapsed in connecticut injuring more than two dozen people. it happened at a house near the trinity campus in hartford. a third floor deck fell onto a second floor deck which collapsed on the first floor deck. 30 to 40 people were injured,
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are serious. a private security company that employed the pulse nightclub shooter is fined $150,000. the company is accused of listing false psychological testing information on forms that allowed employees to carry guns. one of the flawed storms belonged to shooter omar mateen. the company is saying that an administrative error did occur on mateen's form. the second girl accused in the slender man stabbing has pleaded not guilty bye reason of insanity. police say the two young wisconsin girls lured a classmate into a wooded area and repeatedly stabbed her, allegedly in order to impress the fictional character slender man. the two judges ordered doctors to turn in reports on their mental status. both girls are due back in court october 13th. making a murderer's brendan dassey may not get out of jail after all. the 26-year-old was due to leave in 90 days.
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of a 25-year-old photographer named lisa halbach. his uncle was also sentenced for the murder. a man is sentenced to jail after floating to canada on an air mattress. john bennett told investigators he told he bought the air mattress after being denied entrance into canada. he said he w pregnant canadian girlfriend. and a piece of metal, where it came from and reason it's headed to canada. it's 8:13 on this sunday
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>> now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch 9 forecast. josh: well, it's a sunday morning and we're waking up to thunderstorms and heavy downpours in parts of the state. we take a look at the thunderstorm warnings in effect in new hampshire, new york, and massachusetts. as you can see there, we'll zoom in on the new hampshire ones and we will a he show you exactly what we're dealing with. this is the first warning, this
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morning. another 15 minutes or so in this entire area here where you can see severe thunderstorm warnings moving through. we already are in the western half of that area. and then a large warning area here for this thunderstorm warning, this is right through until 9:00 this morning as the line of storms includes heavy downpours, frequent thunder and lightning, gusty winds up to 60 miles per hour and the chance for hail as well. now, we take a look at the doppler radar, and we can see the lightning along heavy downpours, the red indicating the strongest parts of the storm there and we'll zoom in closer and show you this one cell that generated the first warning is quite strong here as it moves continually toward the east, northeast. and another cell down farther to the south just moving in over the white mountains and that's triggering that second warning area. there's more storms in southern vermont and western new hampshire along the connecticut river valley crossing into new
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bigger area to our south in massachusetts and some of these storms here are working their way toward the northeast, so, as it gets farther east, these storms here, which are strong, could move into the southern part of the state, say around jaffery or nashua and head eastward. keep in mind, the next several hours, we're on watch here for heavy downpours and strong thunderstorms. the thunderstorms along part of this line in the southern part of the state are certainly weakening. so we're going to watch don't. it will be done first in northern new hampshire and last at the seacoast around mid day or lunch time or perhaps before that. high pressure building in behind this front and the front will really change things behind these storms. we start off warm and humid this morning and we see a cooler and much drier air mass pushing on in this afternoon into tonight. so, it was such a muggy, warm night last night and early this morning and that will be different by the time you go to
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more comfortable sleeping. after the storms roll through, you could have gusty winds. here is futurecast showing the progression of the thin line of storms west to east and it's noon time. it's exiting, so between noon, 1:00 or so, they should be done in the entire state. and windy conditions and sunny for tomorrow as well. temperatures right now mostly in the 70's and the dew points, as you can see, are in the it's muggy, soupy, and humid, and that will change as we go through the afternoon. you're going to notice a major difference in our air mass as we head into the afternoon and into this evening as well. pa look at your extended forecast after today's frontal passage causing some thunderstorms, we see a fantastic day, gorgeous, simply gorgeous for tomorrow, with highs in the 70's, low humidity. light winds, bright sunshine, another nice, sunny and warmer day on tuesday before more storms for you on wednesday afternoon.
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they? >> they do, come out of nowhere, we've been expecting them for days, but all of a sudden got much more powerful. thanks, josh. amy: today is the 15th anniversary of the september 11th attacks and all morning we've been taking a look how the country is remembering the victims of that day. josh: and today, a piece of the world trade center is expected to arrive in a small town in newfo newfoundland, canada. it passed through this week with many of our firefighters joining the >> a convoy of motorcycle riding firefighters escorted a piece of the world trade center up 95 wednesday on its way to canada in time to mark the 15th anniversary of 9/11. >> 343 firefighters were lost that day, doing their job. so, either we knew somebody there, or we knew the civilians are working the towers that day, or they worked the pile or they covered shifts to let guys go
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firefighter. it's pretty much why i became a firefighter, i think. >> new hampshire firefighters joining those from new york and massachusetts with very little notice. >> it's just a brotherhood. it's what you do. it's our way of giving back. >> this is a personal journey for george shea. >> when we saw the first plane hit the tower, we responded to ground zero. >> he delivers pieces of world trade center steel as tokens of gratitude. this one to newfoundland, a small town at that took in over 6,000 passengers when passengers were grounded that day. >> for three days they housed them, washed their clothes for them. bought clothes for them. dropped everything. >> marking humanity to spring from so much darkness. the escort picking up firefighters in maine and then on to canada. >> to show them support because
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crompton, wmur news 9. amy: coming up next on news 9 this morning, from fairs to yard sales, there are a lot of fun things to do in the granite state today. we'll tell you what's happening, new hampshire. in our next half hour of news 9 this morning, new hampshire's drug crisis.
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narrator: fewer new hampshire students are graduating debt free, while wall street and oil companies get billions in tax breaks. and whose side is kelly ayotte on? she voted to cut funding for pell grants and against letting students refinance their loans at lower rates. all while voting for tax breaks for the special interests like oil companies that give millions to help her campaign. kelly ayotte: working for the special interests, not on our side.
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>> it's shaping up to be a beautiful sunday in the granite
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and tom griffith tells us, what's happening, new hampshire. >> it's fair season in the granite state. the hillsborough agricultural fair wraps up today and enjoy the amusement rides or sit back and listen to live music. it starts off route 13 in new boston at 9 a.m. and ends the a 6 p.m. admission is $10, kids under 6 are free. head to keene for barbecue for a good cause. the rottweiler rescue of new hampshire is hosting a friends and today. after food, stick around for a parade of rescued dogs. the happy tails pet rescue is hosting the yard sail. funds will benefit the shelter. the yard sale losses from 8 a.m. to noon at the shelter on pine road. enjoy the final case of summer in londonderry. artsmen and craftsmen will show their work, admission is free at
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that's what's happening, new hampshire. i'm tom griffith. amy: miss new hampshire, caroline carter will take the stage in atlantic city tonight hoping to bring the miss america crown back to the granite state. she's running on a platform of ending diabetes. she's a type one diabetic herself and she hopes to end through education. coming together to solve one of new hampshire's deadlie what local leaders hope to accomplish. the nation remembers lives lost 15 years ago today. the somber memorials happening around the country. and we bring you a live look at i-93 in hooksett courtesy of our sky cam. traffic is flowing light and easily at this hour.
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like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, it's 8:30 on the nose. i'm amy coveno. we begin with a live look at hampton beach. how is your appetite this morning? that's the seafood festival about to get underway. here is look at top stories on the half hour. law enforcement officials policy makers and treatment experts gather to discuss new hampshire's drug crisis in concord on saturday. they talked about possible solutions to the recovering after being injured in a robbery in manchester on saturday. it's unclear how bad those injuries are. the nation remembers, today, marks the 15th anniversary of the september 11th terror attacks. several memorials and moments of silence are scheduled in the granite state today. we'll get to those stories and more in a minute. first, over to josh judge who is following some weather warnings in the weather center this morning. hi, josh. josh: a couple more just issued.
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northern new hampshire so you're out of the woods in terms of severe weather although there are storms in the region. now, a whole batch of new storm warnings have been issued as you can see here, that includes down into southern new hampshire, southwestern parts of the state, until 9:30 and as you can see, parts of grafton county, sullivan county, many areas all of western new hampshire, in fact, are under this warning and that continues right parts of southern coos county. and the strongest of the storms is now exiting the northern part of the state and that's why that warning was allowed to expire, but still, several downpours with gusty winds up to 60 miles per hour which could bring down trees and cause power problems, as well as hail a possibility
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but low pressure is about to build in. high temperatures today making it into the 70's and 80's and once the storms clear by mid day, we turn sunny and windy and a whole new weather regime moves in. we talk about that in your full forecast just in few minutes away. amy: we begin this half hour with the new hampshire drug crisis. law enforcement officials, policy makers and treatment experts gathered to discuss solutions to the drug epidemic at concord. granite action co-hosted the summit with the american conservative union saturday. the acu launched an initiative this year to study the impact of drug use on families in america. including right here in the granite state. >> within the family prosperity index, new hampshire ranks 22nd this year and it's actually been falling over the last couple of years, and the overdose in the heroin crisis is in large part
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somebody else's problem. it's not somebody else's problem, it's all of our problem and we need to understand what the root causes are. why are people becoming addicted. >> you can learn more by heading to wmur.com. two north carolina men will appear in court tomorrow, after police allegedly uncovered marijuana, guns, and ammunition in a box truck in hampton. when police approached, they marijuana and they seized cash during the stop. officials are investigating an atv crash in success that sent a man to the hospital. a man was on success trail before crashing. mcdonald was thrown from his a it. v and taken to the hospital. high speed is primary factor in
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manchester police say a person delivering pizza to an address on kelley street was robbed around seven last night and no word as to the extent of injuries or if any arrests have been made. >> today is the 15th anniversary of the worst terror attack in this nation's history. from the white house to wall street, a nation gathers to mourn, remember heal, abc's marci gonzales has details. >> today from the raw emotional collective memory, to the faces and stories of the 2,996 lives lost. this morning, a somber reflection on all of the heartbreak and horror of 15 years ago today. the impact of the september 11th terror attacks still piercing through the haunting recollections. >> as we crawled in deeper, squeezing through tiny openings,
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understanding that we were going to die in that pile. >> and the lingering effects. 127 new york city firefighters who stayed at ground zero in the days and weeks that followed the attacks, searching heroically through the smoldering toxic debris has since died of respiratory and other ailments. >> nagging problems, worsened, chronic became acute and the number of those lost to t began to grow. >> 17 new names added to the fdny's memorial wall this year, while again, the other names etched into history are read aloud. from here below the resilient reflection of the new one world trade center to the pentagon and the field in shanksville, pennsylvania. mourning families and our country honoring that vow made 15 years ago to never forget. as families gather here this
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police, as always, are on patrol. they stress there are no specific or credible threats. marci gonzales, abc news, new york. >> meanwhile, people across the granite state are coming together today to remember 9/11. in manchester, people are climbing the brady sullivan building. a ceremony at the new hampshire fire academy at 9:50. on the seacoast, a memorial se walk to honor the victims of 9/11. for a list of the events today, head over to wmur.com. >> meanwhile, presidential candidates hillary clinton and donald trump are expected to make an appearance at a 9/11 memorial at ground zero today. the pair aagreed to refrain from campaigning today on the anniversary of the terrorist attacks, a few days after hillary clinton sparked an uproar when describing trump supporters at a fundraiser.
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arena right now and shoot somebody with 20,000 people watching right smack in the middle of the heart and she wouldn't be prosecuted, ok? >> to just be grossly generalistic, you could put half of trump's supporters into what i call the basket of deplorables. the racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, islamophobic. amy: trump's running governor pence later tweeted that trump supporters are not a basket of anything and deserve respect. the clinton campaign later tried to clarify, saying she was wrong to describe some of his supporters in that manner. and the second season, and a new host. soledad o'brien has worked for media outlets. she says it will go beyond washington insiders. >> i think what we're going to
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conversations, open up the show to different voices that historically haven't gotten a lot of coverage. amy: watch the premier of "matter of fact" with soledad o'brien after close-up. and the wildcats break in their new stadium and show you how they did against holy cross in sports. josh: we have severe thunderstorm warnings for almost all storms are feverishly moving eastward 35 miles per hour and moving through the state quickly. we'll have a look at the storms
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>> now, news 9 sports. >> it was a highly anticipated debut of the new wild cat stadium. you know, they played in the old stadium for 80 years, but this, take a look, was the scene last night in durham. huge crowds on hand to watch the first game ever in holy cross in the house, a great quarterback, he ran in a 20-yard touchdown and here he found blaze dell. they started to lead the cats back, a 38 yard run to set up the wildcats deep in holy cross territory and finished the drive with a t.d. the two point conversion failed so unh gets six there, but they're on the board. 21-6 holy cross, in the second
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56 yards all the way to the end zone, unh closes in, it's 21-13 at the half. and halftime, legendary unh coach bill bose was honored. he'll be inducted into the college football hall of fame. third quarter knight with an eight-yard touchdown pass to neil o'connor, the two point conversion failed again and holy cross is still hup. and the game. 62 yard score, unh goes up 32-28. fourth quarter, holy cross with the ball. a pass intercepted by deandre, he takes it 28 yards the other way for the score and there you have it, victorious night opening at wildcats stadium. you don't see that every day, and fireworks at the stadium. here is jamie staton with more
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after a tremendous game and for that matter, the fireworks as well. and in durham, huge for the wildcats, a 11 point win over a tough crusaders team. >> this is an emotional win for you guys with the stadium and the way you came back? >> that's what i liked. they came back, didn't panic and played hard. >> that was packed and i looked up and the fan section was packed and the other side was packed and it's a great atmosphere and it's a good one. >> it was unbelievable. >> and my hat goes off to the fans, the students, everybody. it was an unbelievable atmosphere, third down so it was loud, really loud and fun to be in, to play in. >> the last time unh opened a stadium in 1936. they lost to maine that day, but this stadium opener, all good news for the unh wildcats. it cost $25 million and so far, it was worth every penny.
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sports. >> the new england patriots have their season open are tonight against the arizona cardinals. jimmy garafalo makes his first start at quarterback. that's sports this morning, have a great day. >> thank you. we're preparing to go live to abc news for a special report on this 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. we understand there'll be a special moment of silence at ground zero. we are just waiting. i think we'll go now to abc news >> to remember the victims of those attacks, the deadliest ever on american soil. and to remember the thousands who have sacrificed their lives in the wars that followed. there's the scene at ground zero right now. family members of the 1993 and 2001 attacks, you see the trade tower in the background there. the brooklyn youth chorus just finished the national anthem. bagpipers from the new york
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gary owen, the irish ballad, you see the flag right there. ? (app (applause) >> a moment of silence will be observed at 8:46. that's the time american airlines flight 11 struck the north tower of the world trade center. day and also a ceremony at the pentagon attended by president obama. in that field in shanksville, pennsylvania, where united flight 93 on course to hit the u.s. capitol was brought down by a group of heroic passengers. that's the field right there, shanksville, pennsylvania. and in just a moment we'll be going back to ground zero for that moment of silence as the
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city of new york, all across the country to remember the victims of that fateful day. ? one bell will toll to mark the nt moment. [bell ringing]
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[moment of silence] >> good morning, my name is jerry-- >> and now family members of the fallen will read the names of the victi tower again. abc's david wright is in the shadow of that tower right now and we saw hillary clinton, donald trump, many dignitaries gathered this morning, but this is mostly about the families. amy: and that was george stephanopoulos with a special report from ground zero on this anniversary of 9/11 and a moment of silence, 15 years ago, 2,996 lives lost, 127 new york firefighters killed.
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josh: all right, thanks, aim. we have some severe thunderstorm warnings in effect this morning as thunderstorms are moving from west to east across the state. let's take a look at a wide view, first of all, western massachusetts as well as parts of new hampshire are affected, however, the storms are moving very quickly. notice western new hampshire now, you have been excluded from the warnings because those storms are moving from west to east. we'll zoom in and show you a closer look at the areas that are affected by these warnings here that we're until 9:00 and grafton county, south, sullivan county, the northern part of hillsborough and cheshire county. however, they had a warning in effect for southern locations here, but they've just canceled that as the storms in that area are not quite as strong. let's take a look at those storms, there they are, they still exist, of course, just not quite as severe. now, there's a lot of criteria
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not matching that. they're dropping much-needed rain and that's what we're looking for. if you notice in northern parts of massachusetts there's also some strong storms and some of these, moving in a northwest fashion that will come up and cross over the border with the stronger storm right there. farther north, the storm moved through the upper valley and is now over the lake sunapee area and headed for lake winnipesaukee and plymouth at the moment. and jane in pittsburgh tells me about 1.3 inches of rain as that moved through the north country earlier, just a few minutes ago, in fact. that's good news for rainfall. let's hope that that continues to be the case in areas farther to the south where hail is even possible coming out of some of these storms. there's the cold front that will cross through the region this afternoon. behind it, a high pressure area brings a much different air mass, it's much drier.
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in, take a look at the high pressure that moves in and we'll see sunny skies developing, drier air, it's very humid right now, but the dew points will be dropping through the afternoon as this new air mass moves in and changes the weather regime for the next day or two. futurecast showing them across the state rapidly at about 35 miles per hour. if you get in a car and drive from western new hampshire to do it in a couple of hours or less and that's exactly what the storms are doing, a little slower than your car on 101, but it certainly is moving across the state about 35, even 40 miles per hour. so, by the time we get to 11 a.m., 12 noon for the most part, most of these storms are gone, exiting the seacoast. there's, of course, the seafood festival with uns had of-- hundreds of thousands of people there and the storms will be approaching probably late morning, a couple of hours away.
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from approaching the seacoast already. we'll have to watch that. the temperatures in the 70's and 60's at the moment with high dew points which will be falling today, through the afternoon, and tomorrow, very dry air. they rise up on wednesday and fall again for thursday and friday. your high temperatures today, 70's and 80's tonight. a whole different situation, instead of 60's and 70's, we're in the 40's for tonight for a lot of locations, upper 30's possible in northern new hampshire and check that out, a whole different scenario for tomorrow, with temperatures in the 70 humidity, bright sunshine tomorrow and a stunner of a day for tomorrow. a little warmer on tuesday, sunny and warmer and then, afternoon storms on wednesday, which usher in even cooler air. thursday, 60's to near 70 for your high temperatures. amy: certainly a lot of fast moving conditions in the state. josh: we're tracking them for you, stay tuned. amy: thanks, josh. 8:51, an update now on our top stories. a new hampshire man is dead
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boat race in tauton. they were going about 65 miles per hour when they collided, injuring two others. an arrest in connection to the death of joanne boucher in danville. police charged 37-year-old richard moore with second degree murder. the attorney general's office says this investigation is far from over. fighting this and experts are discussing solutions to a drug epidemic in concord. ahead, on news 9 this morning, it's the simple things in life. the sweet treat that made this baseball fan a very happy girl. now to our u local hot shot. we think it will make you happy, too. a trio of bear cubs in the back yard. we'd love to know where the back yard is. we appreciate you sending that to us. a great shot. you can submit your picture and
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>> the seattle mariners were hosting the texas rangers in a game wednesday night when the jumbotron cuts to a little fan having a great time. josh: a really good time. most of us enjoy cotton candy, but not like this. beatrice hart, the mariners posted this online after the win over the rangers.
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can't see her face. josh: we all have kids and nice to see it documented. amy: and now the story, flying burritos over virginia tech. sounds like a college students' dream. josh: that's my kind of story. students will be able to order chipotle bure ritos at a they will be made there at a food truck and delivered by a tether. and they were looking at delivering this. would you accept a burrito from the sky? >> i think the college students are a good test. josh: and severe warnings from central to southern new
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from west to east. a look at strong storms. be ready for heavy downpours, frequent lightning, gusts to 60 miles per hour and the chance for some hail. now, they're pulsing, meaning stronger and weaker and pulsing all over again. keep in mind it may be an extreme strong point when it moves overhead or it might have weakened. amy: and you keep current with your facebook page with those. josh: we'll break in, too. amy: first it's good morning
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good morning, america. new overnight. hillary clinton clamor. the candidate's regrets about saying this. >> you could put donald supporters, half of them, the new zika concerns. the head of the cdc calling out congress. >> by the end of this month, we'll be out of money to respond effectively. >> the fears about what will happen if the funding dries up. as more planes take to the sky for spraying. new safety measures. what the airlines are doing in response to the concerns over those exploding lithium batteries in samsung's galaxy note 7.

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