tv News 9 Tonight ABC September 11, 2016 11:00pm-11:35pm EDT
>> now at 11:00, remembering the lives lost on 91115 years ago. ? the 100-day tradition honoring the victims and first responders who risked their lives. a car smashes into a home in concord. what police say caused the driver to go off the road. jason: it's feeling a bit more like september. cooler temperatures around the way. a trail of damage. the close call when wind knocked over trees. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy visit ncicap.org] >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur news 9 tonight. >> tonight, remembering the lives lost on 91115 years ago. ceremonies were held across the state to honor first responders who risked their lives and
a tradition came to an end at the states veterans cemetery in boscawen. mike cronin was there. mike: the 100 nights of remembrance is in its 90 or, a powerful ceremony reminding people to never forget -- in its ninth year, a powerful ceremony reminding people to never forget. ? mike: on sacred ground, the sounof hampshire tradition honored the victims and heroes of 9/11. as part of the annual 100 nights of remembrance from memorial day through 9/11 -- [no audio] >> a live bugle every night to
the region, plus hundreds of people, gathered to pay to be to those who lost their lives 15 years ago. >> we will keep running towards the bomb blast as it goes off at the end of the boston marathon. we'll keep running towards the school where there is an active shooter, and we will keep running towards the towers while they are burning. >> ? stand beside her and guide her ? mike: veterans, active service members, and their families were honored for their service. >> it is so moving. it's not just the support of everybody else, but the cemetery itself does such a wonderful job. >> first responders are not given enough credit for what they do and who they are. could i run into a building burning? i don't know. >> i come here to remember 9/11 and honor all the veterans who have served. mike: while it was a closing ceremony, organizers hope people
every night, but they will continue to play it every sunday afternoon at 1:00 in any weather from now until the opening ceremony memorial day. mike cronin, wmur news 9. cherise: the community came together in portsmouth for a moment of silence and prayer. the sacrifices of those killed were memorialized the police department commemorates the anniversary every year with a somber and meaningful ceremony. >> sometimes, when we might think we are having a bad day at work, or boy, i don't like this job, just think about what happened back then and the sacrifice they made. cherise: organizers say today is a reminder that americans came together during one of the
at new england college held a service and laid wreaths. shortly after 9/11, four trees were planted at the school to represent the victims. nec says it is important for all students to reflect.in manchester, firefighters and the public took part in the seventh annual stair climb. participants climbed the stairs five times to reflec t organizers say this is the largest turnout yet. >> i feel it is extremely important that we never forget what those guys have done and what our firefighters do for the public all the time. >> it's amazing to think that these guys, not knowing what was going to happen, and unfortunately, this tragedy occurred, but that is what we do.
honor the national fallen firefighters foundation. a unique remembrance tradition went on today despite the rain and wind. teams of volunteer hikers climbed all 48 4000-footers and raised an american flag in honor of the victims who died. our crew joined this group on mount pierce. it is called flags on the 48, and it started with one flag days after 9/11 on mount liberty and has grown every year. 14 of the victims of 9/11 had tio people and view a slideshow with their photos on wmur.com. cleanup is underway after storms swept across the state this morning. heavy rain and wind gusts and knocked down trees and took out power to 20,000 people. massive trees were knocked down on deering center road and on the mount dearborn road, causing outages. a person living in town got hurt, too.
not hit the house, and it could have. it could have hit the shed. we are grateful that the damage wasn't any worse than it was. >> it rained very hard for a while, and we saw a little bit of wind come through. we didn't realize there was that much wind at the station, but once we get to the area where the trees were down, we thought, that is substantial damage. cherise: power companies are reporting less than 200 outages. unfortunately -- fortunately, it looks like we are in the clear. much cooler temperatures are moving in. meteorologist hayley lapoint tells us how cool it could get. hayley: you see hampton at 59 degrees. it is going to be chilly now that we have clear skies and this dryer air mass on top of us. this is a 12-hour loop of the satellite radar. you can see those storms that --
whitefield and littleton at 45 right now, and think about it. it's 11:00. we still have many hours ahead of us, likely fallen into the 30's up there, but 57 in concord. 63 degrees in manchester. for the schoolkids tomorrow morning, i would say a light coat or footie is needed. temperatures climb back inhe coming up in a few moments here. cherise: video just into our newsroom of a car that crashed into a home in concord. officers say a driver went off the road and into a house on ridge road just before 8:00. fortunately, nobody was hurt. firefighters were on scene to make sure the house is safe. >> basically to make sure
hazards a structurally. cherise: that crash is still under investigation. police say the driver was looking at his cell phone during the crash. a pedestrian is in the hospital after being hit by a car in hooksett. police say a car hit a person on main street between riverside street and west river road just before 3:00 p.m. the pedestrian was met flight -- m hospital with serious injuries. a pittsfield man will face charges for hitting a police dog during a pursuit in the early morning hours saturday. canine casper sniffed out suspected gary craig craft in the woods after police say the man fled from a car crash. after a brief chase, officers found his car. during the rest, he hit casper,
face a judge in connection to the suspicious death of joanne boucher. police have charged richard moore with second-degree murder. investigators say moore repeatedly stabbed her in her danville home. the ag's office is not commenting on their relationship, but neighbors say moore had been living with boucher. the state's primary election is two days away, but only 20% of registered voters are expected to turn out. are expected to head to the polls. that is due to more high-profile races on the gop side. analysts say almost all of the races are wide open, and if turnout is lower than expected, it is anyone's guess who will win. >> there will be all kinds of surprises. maybe one constituency is better organized and they show up, whereas other voters decide not
senator kelly ayotte surviving her primary challenge from jim rubens, but in the other big races, it is looking unpredictable. in the race for the white house, hillary clinton and donald trump, remembering 9/11 in new york city, but clinton had to leave early. her campaign says she was overheated and has pneumonia. devin dwyer has the latest. devin: hillary clinton was among thousands, including donald trump, observing at ground zero. this is clinton left before the program ended. >> it was very, very hot. she was standing in front of me. she just said, we are going out. devin: clinton could not make it unassisted to her campaign van. this video shows her leaning against a pillar, then appearing to swoon before secret service agents catch her and help her inside. she was driven to her daughter
friday. "she was put on antibiotics and advised to rest and modify her schedule." at the ceremony, clinton became overheated and dehydrated. after spending two hours at her daughter's home, she came outside. >> what happened? >> it's a beautiful day in new york. devin: the 68-year-old democratic nominee returned to her home in a new york suburb. hasn't been serious enough to keep secretary clinton off the trail. devin: her health and her openness about it, front and center in the race for the white house. >> she doesn't have the strength or the stamina. devin: donald trump moves in the connecting key states in the latest polls. >> it feeds a story on come is she transparent? devin: a new flash point in the race with the election less than two months away.
miss america stage in atlantic city. she hoped to bring the crown back to the granite state -- [no audio] she hopes to raise awareness through education. in the end, miss arkansas was crowned miss america tonight. congratulations to all of them. new details about a deadly boat crash in massachusetts. victims was from new hampshire. >> it's a big loss. lots of trees. cherise: the historic vermont barn destroyed by fire. what was inside the building that made the fire spread. hayley: now that the clouds and the storms are long gone, there is not much else to the west. that means more sunshine for the work week ahead.
football players are in the hospital tonight after a bus crashed at denver international airport. police say the school bus driver was killed when the bus ran into a concrete wall. authorities say the driver picked the students up and circled back to the airport before crashing. it's not clear why the driver was returning to the airport. i 125-year-old barn in vermont is being deemed a total loss. fire tore through the historic building at shelburne far. reporting tonight. >> a lot of history went up in smoke, and a lot of dreams for the future. rachel: the old dairy barn, reduced to charred rubble. >> by the time the fire departments were able to get here, it was fully engaged.
saying lightning struck the barn, and the fire spread quickly. the chief says the department was not called until an hour and a half after the storm rolled through. the barn, built in 1891, was once used as a stable before being converted to the dairy barn, but for the last 20 years, it held a different purpose. >> since 1997, i for use in that building when we finally fix it up. rachel: he says more than 70 piles of lumber, fuel for the flames. >> it's a big loss. lots of years, lots of trees. rachel: the hope was to fix the barn up and convert it into a residential learning center. >> we still have those plans, and someday, we may be able to build something that replaces what was here. rachel: until then, farm
us appreciate the amazing barns that are still here. cherise: many of you are sharing your pictures of storm damage later -- with us. this picture was taken in the stillwater neighborhood of rhode island. came crashing through the roof. we love seeing your photos. >> now meteorologist hayley lapoint and your storm watch 9 forecast. hayley: these were some intense winds that moved across the state, part of a line of thunderstorms that moved through. you can see the last 12-hour loop of the satellite and radar,
circles indicating where there was wind damage reported, and it looked like a few areas had trees down. this was telltale, signature, what we call straight-line wind damage with wind gusts possibly upward of 70 miles per hour. we did get some rain. certainly, there were torrential less than that in concord, hempstead, and in lee, only 0.15 inches of rainfall fell. everything helps in this drought situation. this is a live look in sandberg. it is down to 59 in portsmouth. clear skies as we get ready to head to bed. it's a great night to keep the
winds out of the northwest, and that is keeping the temperatures cooler. it has kicked out that stubborn humidity, so it feels much more comfortable when you are outdoors. high pressure to the west is going to keep the skies clear over the next couple days. it is looking like beautiful september whether as we get into the week. here are the temperatures now. take a look at whitefield. i wouldn't be surprised if some areas up north fall into the 30's. 57 concord, 63 in manchester, and we've got 59 degrees in rochester and portsmouth. the big story was the humidity going down in a big way. yesterday, we had dew points in the 60's, close to 70, and you see dew points running in the
invigorating, crisp. you don't have to worry about the mugging this we have had a reach in -- mugginess we have had recently. the coolest temperatures will be and some of you could fall into the 30's. -- will be in call us county, and some of you could fall into the 30's. tomorrow, winds out of the west at five miles per hour. th 72 up in berlin. a chance of 80's. look at those temperatures overnight. you see that 42 thursday night into friday morning. it will be cool to start then, but a nice-looking weekend for a lot of different events going on .
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naoko: this how the 2016 nfl season opened at stadiums across the country, president obama with a message for football fans on this 15th anniversary of 9/11. players around the league commemorated the day with special opening events featuring our brave men and women. the new england patriots are in the nightcap to start their season. their opening game against the cardinals is in the fourth quarter with here's the school from arizona. jimmy garoppolo on his first drive found chris hogan for the 37-yard touchdown. legarrette blount ran in for a score to make it 17-7. are you following me, larry fitzgerald? we had another field goal late in the fourth. that is where we are with
they are playing without brady. also, nate's older and rob yankee bench. george w. bush and his wife were at the cowboys season opener against the giants. tony romo is out with injury. dac shepherd is in. he tosses this pass to does bryant, but the replay says bryant didn't have control. dallas settles for a field goal. 19 eli manning finds victor cruz for the go-ahead td and the salsa dance. giants up by one. 12 seconds left. prescott to williams is complete, but he doesn't get out of bounds. the giants and up winning like that, 20-19. nfl action, buffalo bills at the baltimore ravens, the wrecks
wallace with the open field ahead, his first td of the game. the ravens go on to win this 113-7. cincinnati head coach marvin lewis wearing the new york fire department hat to honor the emotional day for the city, his bengals against the host new york jets. andy dalton with a huge play, a.j. green with the grab. the bengals l 1 fitzpatrick finds eric decker on the near side. it stayed close. jets down by one, fitzpatrick. for now, the red sox are still in first, but not by much. the red sox and blue jays
jackie bradley jr. goes opposite field to that one is gone. the red sox lead 4-1. this 24th homer of the season. troy tulowitzki, clear the bases. that is a grand slam. he gives toronto the 6-4 lead. the blue jays lead 8-7. you know big papi, he loves to run. his last game in the red sox jumped out to the 10-8 lead. boston wins 11-8. that puts the red sox two games ahead of toronto and also baltimore in the standings with three weeks left to go in the regular season. the orioles will be at fenway starting tomorrow. stan wawrinka is your u.s. open champion.
coming up, we will talk college. the wildcats see a lot of potential from the guy quarterbacking their team. we will revisit his performance from last night. 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. senate majority pac is responsible
. unh football fans should be excited about the playmaking skills of young starting quarterback trevor night from amherst. he electrified the crowd with plays like this, a 51-yard td run it was called back due to penalty, but it clearly displayed his athleticism. against seattle. off the free kick, matt dan lack with the header ties the game at 1-1. late in the half, justin dunlop finishes off with a nice touch. dartmouth wins 2-1, their first win of the season.