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s left behind. erin: now on "daybreak," murder arrest. a woman accused of stabbing a woman to death is due in court today. erin: a car slams into a house in concord. what the driver was doing right before the crash. kevin: a look at the week ahead. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." erin: all right. it is cooler this morning. thanks for joining us. sean: i didn't want to shock you.
kevin: almost the sweater vest season. you've been warned folks. we start another the clear skies. we're in the lower 50's in and around manchester. we're in the mid to upper 30's in parts of the north country. any sort of low lying fog will burn off. it leads us to a lot of sunshine not only today but tomorrow with the certain warming trend that arrives with a chance of showers storms on wednesday. much more on that in just a bit. let's look at your monday morning ride. joined live by deb davidson. good monday morning, deb. deb: good monday morning. if your commute is going to start you off on interstate 89, everything is looking great from concord to and from with no problems on the southbound side. 93 south is moving well from north of the notches down to the stateline. 293 remains a good ride from the upper to the
wrapping up from the massachusetts stateline to exit five. from the traffic network, i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean: tops our news, the danville man accused of murdering a woman inside her home more than a week ago is expected to face a judge today. erin: 37-year-old richard moore is charged with second-degree murder in the death of joanne boucher. ray brewer is live in danville this morning with the story. good ray: good morning. investigators say that richard moore stabbed boucher several times. according to the attorney general's office, boucher died on friday. her body wasn't discovered until the
officials won't comment on the relationship. officials say their investigation is far from over even though they have made an arrest. people live in the area say they are revealed that moore is behind bars. we expect he will be arraigned today later. he's expected to be charged with second-degree murder. live in danville. erin: thank you. a driver was looking at the cell phone when he crashed into a h concord. the car slammed into the home. it ended up three quarters of the way. no one was in the room where the car went in. it is not clear if the driver will face any charges. a pedestrian is in the hospital with serious injuries this
the person was walking on main street around 3:00. they were flown to the boston hospital. neither speed nor alcohol were factors. sean: the race for the white house. hillary clinton has canceled a planned trip after leaving an event yesterday because of pneumonia. donald trump is trying to call clinton's health into question. a new poll shows them double digits. green party grille stein has a planned fundraiser lana zak is following the campaigns. >> this video is uniting calls. as you can see here, hillary clinton appears to stumble. the secret service up
>> we were standing for about an hour and a half and in one place. it was very, very, very hot. reporter: that's when clinton emerged a few hours later. in a statement, her doctor said she was diagnosed with knew >> there are many different types of pneumonia. it is not clear exactly what kind she has. it has been serious enough to keep her off of the campaign trail. reporter: a coughing spell and concussion in 2012. >> she doesn't have the
trump is gaining support. ton at 46%. trump had previously called on clinton to release a more thorough health record even though he hadn't done so. he said he would if clinton did. abc news, washington. sean: meantime the new hampshire state primary is tomorrow. experts say they expect about a quarter of registered voters to show up at theol republicans than democrats are expected to vote. because there are more high profile races on the g.o.p. ticket. analysts say with wide open races, low turn out makes it tough to predict the results. >> there can be all kinds of surprises. other voters decide not to. they are focused more on november. sean: if you are trying to figure out who to vote for, head
wmur.com and see where the candidates stand on the issues that matter to you. erin: we will learn later today what the winner of a massive powerball jackpot planned too with the cash. lawyers for the winner of the $487 million prize will come forward and announce the winners philanthropic plans. it is not clear if the winner is going to be there. the ticket was sold at the hannaford in raymond. it is the largest in new hampshire. sean: football is back. jimmy garoppolo made his first start. the cardinals missed the game-winning field goal.
new england is now 1-0 at this point. erin: tom brady has to be happy the team won. remember those lost on 9/11 in some of the tributes here in new hampshire. sean: history goes up in flames. why it took so long for crews to respond. erin: ahead, injured in the line of duty. how the police canine 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.
comfortable day after the fog burns off. a much lighter breeze with highs in the 70's. we'll have details looking forward down the line. where we'll have warmer temperatures and a rain chance around midweek comes up. sean: firefighters say they weren't called until an hour after the thunderstorm moved through. the fire burned inside. the old barn was filled with bumble being stockpiled to convert the buildings. erin: ceremonies will honor the lives lost. from memorial day to
>> they can boast. >> i come here to member 9/11 and honor all of the veterans who have served. >> taps will continue to be played every sunday afternoon at 1:00 from now until the openinger is knownny on memorial day. sean: despite stormy weather, another tribute reached the highest points. teams of volunteer hikers 484,000 footers and raised an american flag in honor of the people who died. it is called flags on the 48. it has known every year. they had 500 people taking part. it was rough conditions. everybody stayed in it. erin: great tribute really.
sean: the driver of a school bus is dead after crashing into a concrete pillar at the airport in denver. the bus had just picked school football team returning from california when the driver crashed yesterday afternoon. at least 18 other people were the bus were hurt, throughing 15 students. two are in critical condition. several of the school's homecoming events have been postponed for canceled. a crisis team will be available for classmates today. researchers say more and more kids are being treated for concussions suffered playing soccer. in a study published, doctors say the rate of
years for players between the ages of seven and 17. erin: some of the best september openings ever. "solly" is directedly collin -- clint eastwood. if you are in college next fall, fafsa start on october 1st. three months earlier than in past years. it is important to file early because some money is available on a first come, first serve basis. there are some changes to the form this year.
carefully. sean: at least 13 people are dead and more than 200 hurt after a strong earthquake in eastern africa. the magnitude was centered in northern tanzania. it was felt as far away as kenya. there's a lot of damage to homes there. major earthquakes in the area are rare. at least one came a decade ago. one of the world's most active volcanos is putting on another show. check this out. a lake of lava has formed into of the kilauea volcano in highway. it has risen about 45 feet. the level is fluctuating. there's been at least one earthquake. a very active part of the globe right there. a lake of lava. not one that you want to boat on. check it out from a distance. imagine the heat. kevin: yes. one of the many beautiful things in hawaii. we start off with a look outside.
in parts of the north country. have some fog that has formed. humidity not all that high right now. dewpoints are in the 40's across a good part of the state. a beautiful sunrise setting up this morning at the coastline with a temperature in the upper 40's. right around 50 along the big lake. you get away from the lake by just a couple of miles. you are talking mid 40's. it will be nothing but sunshine for us today. a very comfortable afternoon with temperatures are going to be up into the 70's just about it will be in few places that will be between 67 and 70 later on this afternoon. big area of high pressure in control of our weather. that continues through early wednesday before the next front starts to approach. mid to upper 30's. 32 at the freezing mark on top of mt. washington. lower 40's and lower 50's in and around manchester with upper 40's. closer to the shoreline this morning. dewpoints in the 30's and 40's. a very comfortable day.
it is only going to go around five to ten miles an hour. just notice the 24-hour temperature change from yesterday. yesterday we had the clouds, we had the humidity, and we had the front moving in. behind that front it has dried out. with the clear skies and light winds within we're a solid 20-30 degrees cooler than we were yesterday at this time. you can see the progression through the week. a little surge of warmth after a cooler day today, tomorrow, and the warmest of the days ahead of the front that arrives on wednesday. again there will be a few spots like the pittsburgh, colebrook, and maybe a stewarts town between 67 and 70. everyone else comfortable before dropping into the 40's to lower 50's. mid 70's to lower 80's. about four or five degrees warmer tomorrow afternoon with the air mass starting to moderate. then we start to adjust a touch of humidity. the dewpoints will approach 60 degrees on wednesday. as we'll go from
shower will be wednesday afternoon and wednesday evening along a front that skies will clear behind that for thursday. even cooler temperatures. you can see the front right here in southern parts of canada. the air mass behind that out of central canada. cooler, drier air filtering in. high temperatures today climbing into the mid 70's. it will be a light wind and comfortable conditions through the afternoon. then we'll drop back tonight into the 40's into lower range of the 50's. valley fog once again. extended forecast shows after a cooler start tomorrow, we will warm up. we'll be in the mid 70's to lower 80's. low to mid 80's with a little bit of humidity in the air on wednesday. some showers and maybe a thunderstorm on wednesday. then we go dry again but cooler for the end of the week with the next system arrives saturday or sunday. erin: it is nice to get some rain. sean: there's two chances in the forecast here going forward. that's better than what we've been for the last six months. erin: all right. we want to check our top
brewer. ray: a danville man is expected to be arraigned today on a charge of second-degree murder. investigators with the state attorney general's office say that richard moore stabbed joanne boucher several times. moore was arrested on friday. investigators say that boucher died on friday, september 2nd. her body wasn't discovered until last monday inside her home on caramel drive. erin: police say a driver was looking at a cell phone when he crashed into a home slammed into the home just before 8:00 and ended up about three quarters of the way inside. we will learn later today with the winner of the massive powerball jackpot won here in new hampshire planned to do with the none. lawyers for the prize will come forward today and announce the winners philanthropic plans. it will be interesting to see. sean: it is exciting. coming up, in the sky, it is a bird, it is a plane, -- no.
erin: a man in illinois is using his backyard to sore to new heights. sean: incredible. charles ewing retired welder. he's been building a massive teetertotter. it is more than 100 feet long and sends people more than 50 feet into the air. it is his attempt to create a lasting legacy of he should know if his seesaw is a guiness world records. would you let the kids go out into the backyard sean: that's incredible.
surprise for labor day. she was hit by a falling cat fish. sean: she was walking along, suddenly a fish fell causing minor cuts to her head and shoulder. several friends say they saw a bird drop the fish. she said she's happy to provide a story you can laugh at. the third bought the fish. what are the odds of happening? erin: very small. coming up, the red sox and blue jays played in toronto. first place was on the line for the division. sean: plus trying to lure bacon to bacon fest. how residents in brattleboro are trying to attract kevin bacon
>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur "news 9 daybreak." erin: good morning, new hampshire. a beautiful sunrise there over portsmouth. 48 degrees. it is a little bit cooler out there. and the humidity has really been knocked down the winds that move through. layer. kevin will talk weather in a moment. first the top stories. a man accused of killing a woman in danville is expected to make a court appearance today. richard moore faces a charge of second-murder in the stabbing death of joanne boucher. a man was killed when three speedboats collided in a pond over the weekend. and a pittsfield man is facing charges after state troopers say he
pursuit. erin: all right. it was cooler. you have the great picture. kevin: you get the cooler air. you can see what it creates. it is cooler and reaches the dewpoint. you get the patchy fog. a lot of that forming in the normal fog-prone areas. it will take an hour or so to burn off. it is nothing but sunshine. 30's in the north country. 40's to lower 50's elsewhere. highs for most will be in the 70's. afternoon. erin: very cool. we want to check the roads for you. here's a live look at 93 from the common man in windham. we're starting to see the color. kevin: yes, we are. a look at the morning drive, we're joined live by deb davidson. good morning, deb. deb: good morning. as you can see, it is looking great in windham. it looks that way through the entire state on both directions north
great ride as you are making your way to and from lebanon. so 1, 111, and the spaulding turnpike are also up to speed. out along the seacoast, interstate 95 is moving along nicely from massachusetts to maine. i'm deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: a man accused of murdered a woman is expected to face a judge today. sean: 37-year-old stabbing death of joanne boucher. moore was arrested on friday. ray brewer live at the danville police department. what are officials saying about the relationship between the suspect and the victim in the case? ray: sean investigators with the attorney general's office aren't commenting on the nature of the relationship between moore and boucher. neighbors tell us that moore had been living with joanne boucher.
caramel drive last monday. that was three days after authorities say she was killed. they say that moore stabbed her repeatedly. the new hampshire sex offender registry says that moore was living at the same address. it also shows he had a criminal record that dates back to 1996. in 1998 she was convicted of felonious sexual assault. and a statement issued after moore's arrest last week, boucher's ex-husband told news 9 quote we are glad that horrible crime. however myself, my fame, and the rest of the decent law-abiding citizens being wonder why career criminals, such as richard moore, are allowed to walk the street. nothing from the attorney general on the circumstances surrounding murder. reporting live in
wmur news 9. erin: thank you. police in massachusetts are investigating a boating accident that claimed the life of a new hampshire man. 39-year-old mark green was moultonborough died. the three vessel were competing in the bills giles memorial. one of the speedboats spun out while traveling at pea miles per hour, causing a pileup. all three both drivers water. green died at the scene. a second boater was maine was injured and remains in critical condition. sean: a pittsfield man is facing charges after he hit a state police canine. the dog is now doing fine. this picture of him was taken a few hours afterthe incident. kasper was helping track down a suspect. when he found the suspect in the woods, he
number of charges, including maiming a police dog. erin: a twisted tree behind me. some people are going to be cleaning up today. the heavy rain and wind gusts knocked down trees in weare, causing widespread outages. one man says he had a close call when a massive tree came crashing down on his lawn. >> the silver lining it didn't hit the house. it could have. could have hit the s that the damage wasn't any worse. erin: other homeowners were not as lucky. check out the house in barrington. the home was badly damaged when a tree came crashing through the roof. we have a look inside that home. the homeowners say that a pine tree that was about 80 feet tall caused all of the damage. sean: the patriots open their season last night. all eyes were on quarterback jimmy
nfl start. he started in place of tom brady. he looked good from the start on the patriots first drive. garoppolo connected with rick hogan for 37 yards and the touchdown. lagarette blunt ran in for a touchdown and they added two field goals. garoppolo threw for 264 yards. an 23-21. >> there are things to clean up and work on. it is good to come down here and win. go on the road and play well as a team. >> having confidence in your teammates. they have confidence in you. you have confidence in them. it is the easiest day poised out there. you are in the huddle and looking at each other. it is a good feeling. sean: so far so good. the patriots are home against miami. game time is 1:00.
back in the north country. the picture was taken last week in whitefield. many of the members young cadets up to the age have just learned how to fly. they hope to help their communities with search and rescue missions. the civil air patrol started back in 1941, a week before the japanese attack on pearl harbor. new hampshire has nine squadrons. they were established this year. it has 32 registered cadets and 18 senior members. carolina carter, took the stage at the contest over the weekend. carter and 51 other contestants were hoping to bring home in the crown. in the end, miss arkansas was crowned the miss america. she ran on a platform to end diabetic. she's a type one diabetic herself. she wassed second youngest contestant. congratulations to get that far. erin: definitely. a college party takes a frightening turn in connecticut.
kevin: starts off, temperatures in the 40's. you are jumping into the 70's today. sunshine and a lighter breeze through the afternoon. very comfortable. it remains that way through tomorrow before the next system arrives. the details on that with your midweek front coming up in just a bit. sean: turning now to commitment a schedule shift on the campaign trail. hillary clinton is canceling several events after being diagnosed with pneumonia. nikole killion live in washington. she's being advised right now to get some rest; right? reporter: yeah, that's right. doctors orders. also the orders to modify the schedule. hillary clinton was supposed to travel to california for a series of fundraisers. now that's been called
hillary clinton's health department in the spotlight as she stumbles to get into a van after falling ill during an 9/11 ceremony. afterwards at her daughter's apartment she waved it off, posing with a young girl for photos. >> i'm great. it is a beautiful day in new york. reporter: later her doctor issues a statement writing while at this morning's event, she become overheated and dehydrated. the doctor also disclosed that clinton had been from longed cough and was diagnosed with pneumonia on friday. clinton seemed to show no signs as she convened the national security and fundraiser, riling up the rival with the comments. >> you could put half of trump supporters into the basket of deplorables. >> hillary, they aren't a basket of anything. reporter: a strong response from governor mike pence and donald trump who are both now
clinton's health. clinton's doctor has put her on antibiotic for the pneumonia. yesterday they said she's recovering nicely. sean: there's been a lot of speculation about hillary clinton's health or donald trump's health. reporter: keep in mind hillary clinton is 68 and tv -- donald trump is 70. we know in 2012 hillary clinton suffered a last year she was in excellent physical condition. his doctor put out a letter saying that he would be the healthier individual ever elected. of course this all renews calls potentially for both of them to release their full medical records. back to you. sean: nikole killion in washington, thank you. voters are gearing up to cast their ballots in tomorrow's primary.
the first and second congressional district faced off in the granite state debates last week. to learn more about them and get voter information such as how to register and polling places, head to the politics section at wmur.com. erin: more than two dozen people are recovering after suffering injuries in a deck collapse over the weekend. police say the collapse happened during a party near trinity college on saturday night. they say that a third floor deck was collapsed on to the second floor which collapsed on to the first floor deck. >> all three decks were occupied during the party. it was your typical college party with a lot of kids. it fell. >> it was just a lot of screaming. a lot of girls screaming. a lot of people were traumatizeed. erin: a college spokeswoman says that 28 students were taken to the hospital. no one was seriously hurt. people across the country are remembering
actress alexis arquette. her family says she passed away yesterday morning at age of 47. at this time, there's no word on how she died. arquette was known for her roles in the movie "the wedding singer" and "pulp fiction." she was the sister of david arquette. sean: a woman took an officer's place. police say when one of the women reached over and took two of the officers fries. he asked her to stop and told her she could be arrested. the woman grabbed a third french fry. that's when the officer decided to take her to jail. new federal data shows that fewer teenages are turning to alcohol and tobacco. the data shows that only 9% of adolescents
that's down more than 17% from 2002. the data shows that 20% of youth smoke every day. down from 32% in 2002. the agency that conducted the survey says public health efforts are helping to cut down on drinking and smoking among teens. erin: turning to sports, the red sox took on the blue jays. jackie the red sox are now two games ahead of the blue jays and the orioles in the al east. today they begin a series at home against the o's. here's a look the a the american league east standings after the weekend. there are three weeks left to go in the regular season. the yankees are still in the mix at four games back. sean: open champion defeated novak djokovic in four sets to win the first u.s. open title and third grand slam trophy
champion since 1970. 31. he's an old man apparently. a community in vermont is coming together in hopes of getting actor kevin bacon to show up at a special event. people are gearing up for bacon fest. for the past month they've been trying to convince kevin bacon to come to this thing. a life-size cut out has been moving around. flat bacon as they call the cut called. >> what did you think of the realty was of getting kevin bacon to bacon fest. >> pretty much zero. we thought it is worth a try. it is cooky enough perhaps there's a chance. >> when we think about bacon, everybody obviously thinks about kevin bacon when they see or smell bacon. >> brattleboro wants
to come to brattleboro. sean: he made it clear. they haven't heard if the actor plans to show up. i got to tell you, i have bacon now and then. erin: when you smell bacon, you don't think of them immediately. sean: i like bacon. in separate worlds. kevin: if kevin bacon can't make it, you are offering your services? erin: m kevin skarupa. kevin: see that's -- no. erin: you are a great stand in for him. kevin bacon. sean: let's see some "footloose" out there. kevin: they need to find someone. clearer skies and a much cooler start. we're running 15 to 30 degrees cooler than yesterday at this time. a lot of sunshine as you walk out the door this
areas of fog early this morning. the normal fog prone areas over the next hour or two. it is going to be sunshine for most of the day today and with a lighter wind out of the west a pretty nice afternoon with temperatures up into the 70's. area of high pressure still in control this evening. that will allow temperatures again tonight to fall back into the 40's and 50's. you'll notice early this morning a lot of 40's. for a lot of folks, this is as cool as we've been this season. we'll do it all over again tonight. temperatures the levels by tomorrow morning. again some valley fog plays out once again. that will be after a mostly sunny and comfortable afternoon with a good deal of sunshine around. dewpoints running in the 30's and 40's this morning. really not expected to go much of anywhere through the next couple of days. i think there's a surge in that maybe getting back near 60 degrees for the day on wednesday. that will be ahead of the next front coming in. temperatures today for most will be ranging between 70 and 77.
readings in far northern areas of the state. everyone enjoys the unshine through the day. only around five to ten miles an hour. the wind dies off. the clear skies into the 40's to lower range of the 50's. tomorrow warmer. we're going anywhere from the mid 70's to lower range of the 80's. as you'll notice on future cast, not expecting any clouds tomorrow afternoon. we start to see the clouds filter in tuesday evening. any sort of to clouds in the afternoon. as you'll note, the one rain chance coming through. another quick-moving front probably not be the fanfare that we saw yesterday morning. nonetheless a couple of quick-moving downpours are a possibility wednesday afternoon or into wednesday evening. you'll notice where the front comes from in southern parts of canada. the air mass comes in behind that will be cooler than the one we're going to experience today. highs thursday for a lot of folks may not even be out of the 60's before
for most up into the 70's. it comes with a light wind out of the west. tonight 40's to lower 50's for overnight lows. clear skies and again some valley fog. a little jump in temperature tomorrow. leveling off on wednesday. again the one rain chance for the workweek looks to be a front coming through wednesday afternoon and wednesday evening. cooler with increasing sunshine. behind that another surge of warmth. maybe another system saturday or sunday. all in all, temperatures still ranging above the er forecast. sean: cool nights. thanks. right now it is 6:51. still to come, a final check on your top stories, including the ongoing investigation into a murder in danville. today the suspect is expected to face a
erin: it is now 6:55. updating our top stories. sean: a man accused of murdering a woman in danville is expected to make a court appearance today. here's ray brewer. ray: richard moore has been charged with second-degree murder. investigators with the state attorney general's office say that moore stabbed joanne boucher several times inside her home. her body was discovered a week ago. moore expected to face a judge later today. erin: police in massachusetts ar accident that claimed of knife of a new hampshire man. 39-year-old mark green died when three boats collided on watson pond on saturday. sean: a pedestrian was flown to the hospital with serious injuries after being hit by the car in hooksett. the victim was walking on main street when he or she was struck around 3:00 yesterday afternoon. erin: we will learn later today was the winner of the massive powerball jackpot plans to do
lottery commission says the lawyers for the winner of the prize will come toward today and announce the winners philanthropic plans. kevin: the battle of late summer continues to go at it most of this week as we start off with some fog. it is a cool start in. for folks, cooler than any point this season. you are looking at a surge in warmth through wednesday. another front coming through. cooling off again and feeling more like autumn erin: very refreshing. coming up next, they have more details on that unusual arrest that we told you about in washington, d.c. a woman is facing a theft challenge for allegely taking french fries off of the police officers plate. sean: they think she might have
uating 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
good morning, america. breaking overnight -- hillary clinton cancels a campaign trip after her knees buckle at the 9/11 ceremony. hours later, waving and smiling. >> feeling great, feeling great. >> then, clinton reveals she pneumonia. the latest on her health this morning. how will donald trump respond? out of control. at least a dozen wildfires burning out west, forcing evacuations from california to washington. now more states facing fire watches and warnings and winds up to 50 miles an hour threatening to spread the blaze. a ship with 150 people on board smashes into a pier. both engines consumed by fire. the captain rushes passengers off the deck, a police helicopter and firefighters on the scene. standing united.