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right now the rochester fire department confirms to news 9 that a train has hit a pedestrian along the tracks between summer and portland streets. jean: we don't know how seriously that person is hurt, but the fire department says the person will be taken to the hospital. we have a crew on the way to rochester right now and we'll bring you updates as soon as we get them. josh: new developments tonight in the murder a danville woman. jean: richard moore as you see arraigned on a second degree murder charge for the death of joe ann boucher. andy hershberger has that story. reporter: moore was ordered held without bail today for the murder of a 51-year-old danville woman who was found dead at her home last week. moore appeared before a judge today by video on one count of second degree murder for alley stabbing joe ann boucher to death. moore is a registered sex
boucher's home in danville. moore appeared emotional, wiping his eyes several times during the hearing. officials say moore stabbed boucher multiple times with a knife but would not elaborate on their relationship or a possible motive. authorities say she was killed on september 2, but her body was not found until a 9s11 call was made three days later. >> he's been charged with the second degree murder for stabbing miss boucher multiple times. the rest oft disclose and something that's also under seal with the court in the form of an arrest warrant, so i can't discuss it. reporter: fred's and family of the victim who were in court for today's hearing had no comment. josh: right now manchester police are looking for the man they say stole a bank deposit bag. sunday morning police say a man walked up to a clerk at the citizens bank on elm street, they say she was about to drop a deposit bag into the drop box
jean: tonight the national weather service says damage to a park in epsom is the result of straight line winds that passed through yesterday. wmur's jennifer crompton surveyed the damage today and got a closer look at how this became a matter of life and death. reporter: the storm carved a path of destruction through epsom's webster park sunday morning, while hundreds of people were right next-door. a 10-acre parcel of webster trees snapped in half, others uprooted. an estimated 60 trees broken or fell down. >> they all fell in the same direction, everything is laying in the same direction. and a lot of them came down because others fell on them, it was a domino effect. reporter: the national weather service says the damage was
might have been there. >> this park is always full of people walking on the road here, they're through the woods and everywhere else, so it was just luck because it came up so quick. reporter: the only injury to a man who was in his car when it was crushed. amazingly, crawling out -- >> i give the fire department and police a lot of credit for searching through all these trees to make sure there was no one else here. reporter: the wind carved a very specific >> definite god send that it went here instead of over further. 50 yards and it would have been over 100 people in harm's way. reporter: many were just arriving to the baseball field for a car show when it struck. they scrambled for cover at the far en, while hundreds more had just sat down for an antiques auction under a tent next to that. >> i think we're so fortunate that no one was badly hurt. reporter: the park remains closed for safety reasons. cleanup is expected to take at
josh: commitment 2016 coverage now, and candidates are crisscrossing the state tonight. out campaigning in the hours before tomorrow's primary election. we have live team coverage of all the major races and we start now with those who are vying for the states corner office up in concord. adam sex ton is live in concord with more on that. reporter: one of the few guarantees we have in this governor. between the two parties there are seven major candidates and all of them were busy today out on the trail. the puritan back room in manchester, a political hot spot on this primary eve. queen city mayor ted gatsas worked the tables, he's been on the attack against chris sununu who was also shaking hands and seeking support.
of one of new hampshire's political dynasties. state senator jeanne forester stopped by. she wants a tuneup for the state's business climate. and frank ed ed el blue was working elm street in manchester. he's the only one in the race talking tax rebelief. mark connolly was up bright and early shaking hands and holding bridge cafe in manchester calling himself the candidate with the depth and breadth of experience for the governor's office. colin van ostern, his campaign confident, walked through neighborhoods in nashua, where he would extend commuter rail. and steve marchand was on home turf campaigning at shea vachon, looking to make inroad with others who are still making up their minds. he feels momentum is on his
biggest difficulties for these gubernatorial candidates will be trying to get their name out there and grab some headlines. when a presidential race seems to be grabbing all the media attention nearly every week. adam sexton, wmur news 9. josh: senator ayotte was out this morning, while her primary challenger was doing a lot of radio and making phone calls. but the incumbent this morning could be found in bedford at genesis health care, there sheme facing. ayotte says while it may be a primary election, she believes that people are very engaged. >> i any there's a lot of great energy out there. we've seen enthusiasm. i stopped by my campaign hours last night and there were a ton of people engaged. josh: she is looking for a convincing win to give her campaign momentum heading into
against democrat challenger maggie hassan. in the second congressional district race, two republican candidates also meeting and greeting voters ahead of tomorrow. kristen carosa is live in nashua with more on that. reporter: we caught up with the candidates as they campaigned here on main street, both trying to connect with as many people as possible before everyone heads to the polls tomorrow. we met up with state representative jack flanagan first at a restaurant. flanagan has served as a town selectman school b and town finance committee member. he's currently in his third term in the natural house, has three children and lives in line. then jim lawrence held signs and waved to voters. he owns a consulting firm in nashua, served three terms in new hampshire house, lives in hudson, and is married and has eight children. we asked both candidates why it's important for them to be running for this seat.
flanagan. >> as the majority leader in concord we got a lot of things done, and i feel that going to washington i can do it there also. it's just another zip code. >> the most important thing to me is my eight children. washington is broken and i just couldn't look my children in the eye knowing that i stood by and did nothing while washington spend their future prosperity away. reporter: the person that wins the primary tomorrow will face annie kuster. live in nashua, kristen carosa. josh: in the first congressional district race, two republicans vying for their party's nomination are also making their final push to win votes. wmur's mike cronin is live in manchester with more on that race. mike? reporter: josh, on the g.o.p. side, incumbent frank guinta used to be an alderman, and mayor here at manchester city
run for this congressional seat before. both candidates were in the queen city today ashook shook hand at the puritan back room. he was an executive at b.a.e. systems for more than 20 years. representative guinta made phone call this is afternoon at his campaign headquarters. the congressman is hoping his constituents will elect him to a third term in the first congressional district, a seat he's held on and off their chances at the polls tomorrow. >> going back to my mayor days, i cut taxes, cut borrowing spend, people know the dedication i have to public service, and where some will talk about what they want to do, i've already done it. >> faith has been broken, and that's responsible for so much of the unusual behavior we've
but in particular in my race people are tired of thing not getting done, and they're willing to try something new in order to change that. reporter: oh both candidates are optimistic about voter turnout tomorrow saying that people are paying attention now. live in manchester, mike cronin, wmur news 9. josh: thanks. stay with wmur for complete coverage of the primary election. join us tonight at 7:00 for a primary eve special. commitment 2016 election countdown, major issues, where the candidates stand on them. and we'll be live tomorrow night starting at 8:00 for commitment 2016 new hampshire votes and will be there until the races are decided. jean: after weeks of speculation, the winner of the largest powerball jackpot in state history has now claimed the prize. but will likely never know who won the 487 million there are ticket. that winning ticket was sold at the ray mob in hannaford.
the winner chose a lump sum, which after taxes amounts to $256 million. but 100,000 of that will go to charities, including a youth coalition that fights addiction as well as to area food banks. >> hannaford's decided how to distribute the $100,000 that they were going to give away, and 68 hours of hunger was really big on their list. so the winner decided to match so it wasy.- jean: lottery officials say another reason the winner will be able to stay anonymous, the winner did not sign the back of the ticket, which is now a public document. so we can't see who signed it. another round of spraying is under way in florida. it's the latest attempt to stop the zika virus. ahead at 5:30, how much money is left for the battle. josh: plus new surveillance video showing the moments before
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jean: traffic watch time, let's see how things are moving around the state today. we'll
start the man chers overlooking 293, the view from our elliott at riffs end camera. looks pretty good here. josh: peggy james has a live look at the road home. >> there was a on 93 north in methuen, it's making it difficult to get up to the state line. but once you get to salem things start moving well again, through windham, derry and manchester. 293 is trouble-free around the city right now. things look good through hooksett up to concord and further north on 93. usual buildup as you're% approaching route 114 heading west toward bedford. and you're okay through nashua on the everett turnpike, but you
that. no holdups on 101 east to the seacoast. and traffic is getting knotted up northbound on the spaulding turnpike between newing ton and portsmouth. i'm peggy james for wzid. jean: right now authorities in florida are investigating an arson at the mosque once attended by the orlando night club shooter. investigators say surveillance video captures someone approaching the building just minutes before the fire elizabeth hur shows us the clues in this case. reporter: the video is grainy, but watch closely and you can clearly see someone running away. investigators are now calling this man a person of interest, who may be responsible for intentionally setting a fire at a florida mosque. >> he was holding a bottle of some sort of fluid and what appeared to be some papers or something like that. reporter: authorities say the
callers tell dispatchers the situation was getting worse by the minute. >> the flames are four to five feet, they're getting bigger. reporter: turns out this mosque is where the night club shooter worshipped. the fire set three months after that massacre, and on the day marking the start a muslim holiday. hate to set a worship center on fire on september 11 shows that there's no other intent other than create harm and terrorize the muslim community. >> right now we're not sure exactly whether this is a hate crime or just an arson. we do know that a crime has occurred and that it is arson. reporter: this mosque according to the local muslim leaders received several threats before this fire was set.
hate crime. the f.b.i. is investigating. elizabeth hur, abc news, new york. josh: tonight the prime minister of france is issuing a new warning to his country saying to expect new attacks. his comments come after a woman was charged in connection with a thwarted plan to attack the jean claude van damme cathedral in paris. the prime minister says the terror threat as at its maximum level, his authorities are monitoring 15,000 pee who they believe are potentially becoming radicalized. jean: syria's army says it's abiding by a week-long cease-fire, but there's no word if the country's insurgent groups will join. the truce was broken by the u.s. and russia and began at sundown today. however, there were still reports of violence in several areas throughout the city, or throughout sear that is, just a half-hour before the truce took effect. if the truce holds, the u.s. and russia will work together to target isis and al qaeda linked groups in syria.
battle against disee characters they are now do -- against zika. they are doing more spraying. more than 50 people have been infected with zika in south florida, and that comes as the c. d. c. is warning that funding to fight zika will run out by the end of the month. mike: after a round of stormy weather in many spots yesterday morning, a nice clearing trend did build in i today. we started off dry and with the coolest weather we've seen in some time. look at littleton, you can tell it's fall-like by the appearance or the lack there of of the haidz, and the humidity. it's gone over a good part of northern new hampshire and does not return until we get into the day on wednesday. that's our next shot of a shower or storm. but up until that point enjoy what early fall has to offer.
clouds. overall fairly nice weather by many standards. look at the morning lows today. 43 degrees in concord. 36 in berlin. 35 in whitefield, mount washington a notch below that freezing mark and upper 40's in downtown manchester. but a nice recovery with a lot of sun during the late morning and afternoon. we're into the 70's in many spots, right near 70 along the canadian border. overnight tonight w temperatures are going to fall off very close to the dew point if not a little lower than that in the great north woods. once we get some dense valley fog to form, the dew point will actually drop off a little bit and we'll see the temperatures back into the upper 30's, so another cool one tonight. as for those dew points, very dry, invigorating air overhead right now, and notice it stays relatively low for tonight into tomorrow morning, into the afternoon, and even early on
of the south, ahead of that next front. and the dew point will begin to creep up a little, possibly near 60 or a little above in many spots by the afternoon. so that will lead to our next chance of showers, and a couple of storms. as for tonight, again we bottom out right around 40 along the ka made dwran border, on average 40's and lower 50's for many. then tomorrow slightly warmer than today. you notice a wedge of summer warmth trying to hold on here in mid september and it builts in for two days bef begin to fall off quite a bit by the tail end of the week as we go into thursday and friday. so again in between all of that our next chance of a couple of showers, maybe a scattered storm. mostly clear for tonight, good part of the day tomorrow features full sunshine, no cloud cover whatsoever. later on wednesday that's when this next front gets a little closer us to, so a sunny start, and then clouds begin to bubble up. once we get past the day tomorrow we're in that chance of
couldn't be much better, no whrr get in your way. lower 80's south, upper 70's north, 8 # to 81 in central parts of new hampshire. so where do we go beyond that? temperatures continue to climb right on through not only tomorrow but into wednesday with a shower or storm threat in the afternoon. first in the north country, then late afternoon early evening a little farther south. beyond that it turns fall-like for thursday and by next weekend temperatures creep up a little more. so we have two chances of rain between now and n the week,. jean: no more cameras, what the autopilot in tesla vehicles now be seeing, later. josh: and a warning for parents, how easy it can be to give your child a potentially dangerous
jean: tonight a new study shows just how easy it can be for parents to make a mistake when giving their children medicine. josh: as dr. timothy johnson explains, that can potentially be very dangerous. reporter: dosing cups and oral syringes, familiar to any parent who has care forward a sick young child. sometimes hard to use and hard
of night. and a new study published in the journal pediatrics reveals that parents using these measuring devices may be giving their kids the wrong dose of medicine more often than they realize. researchers tested the dosing skills of more than 2100 parents of young children. asking them to measure out medicine, either milliliters are tea responds using either a dosing cup or a dosing syringe. when they found, more than four in five of least one dosing error. one in five made a large dosing error, meaning they were off the dose by more than 20%. and two out of three of these errors would have led to an overdose. so for parents it's a remind they're care is needed when doling out medicine. these measuring tools, especially the oral syringes, are better than the teaspoon in your kitchen drawer. but getting the right dose can still be a challenge. so measure twice, just to be
dr. timothy johnson. jean: tonight nashua police are investigating a case of vandalism at a mosque. next at 5:30, the damage done and how police think it could be connected to another incident nearby. josh: and it's almost time for "dancing with the stars" debut, we'll show you some of the faces getting ready to hit the dance floor. barbara moussette: kelly came through for me and my husband, and i am just forever
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josh: now at 5:30, a mosque vandalized in nashua. tonight investigators tell us why they think it may not be an jean: police body caps in boston, how many officers will now be wearing them after a court battle. mike: summer warmth on the way back to the granite state over the next couple case, if we'll see a lot of sun with the climbing temperatures, plus our next chance of showers. >> the health of a candidate in question, i'm sally kidd in washington with hillary clintons diagnosis and what her campaign says is no big deal.
now wmur news 9 at 5:30. josh: breaking news we're follow tonight from rochester, a pedestrian has been mit along the railroad tracks between summer and portland streets. at this point we still don't know how seriously that person was injured. jean: you can expect police and first responders in this area as they investigate. we do have a crew headed to the scene right now, we'll be bringing you updates just as soon as they come calling on authorities to investigate a case of vandalism at a mosque, and do it as a hate crime. welcome back. i'm josh mcelveen. jean: i'm jean mackin. this comes after a rock was thrown through a window just missing a pen mo was inside attending a service. wmur's suzanne roantree has the details. reporter: mohammed akbar says he was saddened sunday night when he got the phone call saying that someone had vandalized the
akbar used to travel to lowell to pray, but three years ago when nashua became home to several hundred islamic refugees he volunteered to find a place for them here. people in just started to gather on sunday night for the 8:30 service. >> it was lighted up completely inside and people were sitting right beside the window. reporter: that's when a rock came through the one window that had an electronic sign advertising the mosque. it started -- >> he'sin by his ears it was very close to the ears, he thought the light bulb fell down from the top. he had some shredded glasses on his shoulder. reporter: outside the window, three people were seen running away. but police say this may not be an isolated incident. 20 minutes earlier a 911 call reported three juveniles throwing rocks at the sign. >> that sign and that trail head is in the general area almost
reporter: however, the massachusetts chapter of the council on american-islamic relations says the nashua mosque vandalism should be investigated as a hate crime. >> there was no sayings left, it was simply a rock through a window. however, due to it being september 11 and being a mosque. >> i don't know if it's a coincidence, because i have never had this before. so i am thinking this is 9/11 and then those guys who were walking by, they in their mine came up and threw it. reporter: nashua police are asking anybody with information about this vandalism to give them a call. suzanne roantree, wmur news 9. josh: in response to vandalism, nashua alderman tom lopez tonight is holding a vigil for peace and solidarity, it will be held at the islaming society of greater nashua on pine street extension starting at 8:30. jean: plymouth police responded
police say saturday night around 200 to 300 people were on winter street when they started throwing those items. there were no reports of injuries or property damage, and no one was arrested. the crowd cleared when a thunderstorm came through. a street sweeper was then called in to clean up all the trash left behind. today the boston police department begins its body camera pilot program. on friday a judge said the department does have the authority to require officers to wear t leaders will wear the cameras as part of a six-month pilot program. the union president expressed disappointment with the judge's decision. however, in a statement he says he will work to make the cameras a success. josh: back to commitment 2016 coverage, and hillary clinton is off the campaign trail today after a health incident during a 9/11 anniversary ceremony. as sally kidd reports, the scare
candidates to release details about their medical history. reporter: josh, the clinton campaign says it will be releasing additional health records this week. but stresses that clinton has no other illnesses and will be just fine. this video shows hillary clinton leaving sunday's 9/11 ceremony early, appearing unsteady, seeming to stumble as aides help her into a van, her campaign revealing later that she had been diagnosed with pneumonia on friday. >> it is her natural like she got on friday that she had pneumonia to press on, try to keep her schedule. obviously that changed yesterday. reporter: donald trump and his surrogates have long made unproven accusationclinton's health. but today on fox news channel trump declined to make the point again. >> something's going on, but i just hopes she gets well and get back on the trail. reporter: trump says he will soon release the results of his recent physical, but political
fault en short of disclosure. >> the letter from trump's physician was not a serious medical disclosure. reporter: the focus on clinton's health comes amid a tightening race, and with polls suggesting many voters don't trust her. >> the way the campaign moves forward over the next few days will be very telling about whether this continues to fit into that narrative about trust or whether they are actually able to break out of the it. reporter: clinton's running mate she's there's no cause for concern. >> hil her energy staggers me, i have a hard time keeping up with her. reporter: clinton has canceled events in california today and tomorrow, but a spokesman says she'll be back on the campaign trail by mid-week. sally kidd, wmur news 9. josh: on the other side of the ticket after appearing a on fox this morning, kmp headed down to baltimore, maryland. he spoke at an annual national guard conference this afternoon.
the speech was not open to the public. he used this opportunity to attack clinton for her recent, quote, basket of deplorables comment. >> i was thus deeply shocked and alarmed this friday to hear my opponent attack, slander, smear, demean, these wonderful amazing people who are supporting me. our campaign. boulevard diner to shake hand and have some lunch. this is his first appearance to the baltimore area since june of last year. jean: software changes now under way, coming up the upgrade tesla is making to its cars. josh: plus shares plummeting for samsung. what's driving the plunge. mike: and it's dry for now, but one chance for showers and storms this week, a timeline ahead. >> the season premiere of "dancing with the stars" is here
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cheaper. tonight the planning board in bedford will vote on whether to give final afrofl day major redevelopment project. jean: market and main is plan forward the foreman macy's site on south river road. developers say the nearly 356,000 square foot project will include a movie theater plus other retail and office space. that meeting starts at 7:00. josh: tesla says it will update the autopilot software on its the c.e.o. says the new system will rely more on radar instead of cameras, the updates come four months after a driver was killed after slamming into a tractor trailer that his autopilot didn't identify. the autopilot system is supposed to maintain speed and keep the car in its lane and brake automatically. jean: shares of samsung are at a two-month low. today the company told people to stop using the galaxy note 7 right away. that's just the latest warning about the smart phone after
fire. samsung already recalled 2.5 million of the phones just two weeks after it was launched because of a problem with faulty batteries. josh: ticket are now on sale, the fairs being held for children at dartmouth hitchcock. jean: in sports we'll hear from the patriots about the big win last night in the season opener tom: and held without bail, the man now charged with the stabbing death of aidanville woman f learning about his criminal past. and on this primary eve we catch up with the candidates working for every last vote. for every last vote. join us for news 9 at 6:00 woman: the executive council voted along party lines, striking down more than $639,000 to planned parenthood locations. when republican politicians cut planned parenthood, it was devastating. birth control, cancer screenings --
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josh: welcome back. the children's hospital at dartmouth hitchcock is selling tickets for its tea party for kids this weekend. jean: children 3 to 12 get to designed tables that are all story book themed, they get to take a red carpet photo with the mad hatter and his friends and create tea cup messages of hope for patients at chad. we spoke to one of the designers and her daughter about this event. >> what i do is i look through the book, obviously, read it from cover to cover and then pick out elements into a table design to bring it to life. >> they get to experience what it would be like to kind of be
is from 1:00 to 3:00 this saturday at the manchester community college. jamie: it's the red sox and orioles tonight, start of a three-game series at fenway park. david price gets the the ball against wade miley. boston leads baltimore and toronto by two games in the a.l. east division. patriots were this close to losing their season opener the at the arizona cardinals. chandler pulled this 47-yard field goal to the left, the kick was no good and the pats left arizona with a 23-21 win. so life without tom bread off to a solid start. pats come home for the next three games starting with miami dolphins on sunday at 1:00. >> probably after the first hit after you take that first hit, it's just football after that, after that you're just playing. >> obviously there's some things we need to clean up and work on, but it's good to come down here
as a team. jamie: it's a double header for the first monday night football of the season, and that second game really interesting, the rams moved from st. louis, so they're the l.a. rams now. and manchester's chip kelly makes his debut as the head had coach of the san francisco 49ers. that's the late game. steelers-redskins looks great too. jean: thanks. now the season opener josh has been waiting for all summer long, "dancing with the stars" kicks off its 23rd cycle tonight. josh me, but they never do. this year there's athletes, music sensations, even a former presidential candidate. reporter: get ready to rum ba. another season of "dancing with the stars" kicking off. the pros and new celebrity cast members on "good morning america" giving us a preview of what to expect.
swimmer ryan lochte, and gymnast laurie hernandez. a reality tv star breaking down barriers. >> honestly i am honored to be the first little person to be part of "dancing with the stars." reporter: indy car driver gyms hinch cliff, already campaigning to win. >> we're good at turning both left and right, helpful on the race track as well as the dance floor. reporter: rapper vanilla ice bringing his 90's move to the competition. >> i might just clean the rust off of them. reporter: and rounding out the kation of 13, a former governor, former nfl star, a model, two singers, and three tv stars. ahead of the big show, the dancers pulling back the curtain on practice. >> everyone makes it look easy, and it is not easy.
motivation. >> our first dance is fox trot. >> the first dance that we're doing is the jive. reporter: each couple will perform a fox trot, jive, cha-cha or vie -- wawlz. the good news, tonight no one is eliminated. mike: pleasantly dry across new hampshire, not so in the tropics, it's active out the latest tropical system, number nine, on the list, but no chance that this tropical storm will get in on the action across any part of the united states. the track is to the north and northeast and eventually well out into the open atlantic. there is a strong tropical wave over the bahamas, we'll be tracking that to see if any circulation does develop over the next couple of days. but right now ian is the only game in town and it's well out to sea.
rindge, blue skies, a few scattered clouds, great all over the granite state including up in a good part of northern new hampshire from conway overlooking mount washington off in the distance, beautiful there today with temperatures running very close to the norm for this time of year. average temperature in mid september means the nights are chilly, so tonight will be another cool one, and then a warming trend begins to take over. tuesday afternoon and wednesday, 80's for many. then we'll start t also squeezed in between are one shot of a couple of showers, maybe a thunderstorm coming in here late wednesday into wednesday evening. here and now though, temperatures in the mid to upper 70's in many spots. a few upper 60's to near 70 a little closer to the coastline. winds have turned on shore in the last few hours. pleasant in a good part of the monadnock region through the lake sawn pee zone, upper 60's to lower to mid 70's.
region. farther north, a true sign of mid fall, dawn to 61 in stewartstown. pittsburg at 59 degrees. overnight last night we were back into the 30's north. tonight very close to that, upper 30's, lower 40's. and right around the lake shore in the lower 50's. central new hampshire mid to upper 40's. and then lower 50's in manchester, downtown nashua and right along the lots of sun statewide for your primary voting day on tuesday. and a fair amount of sun early on wednesday. next front is sitting back to the west and really doesn't move in here until later wednesday afternoon into early evening. how much cooler will it get? maybe not cold enough for snow, that is occurring in parts of the northern rockies. but it will really chill off by thursday on into friday. future cast, full sunshine for your tuesday. wednesday sunshine in the
there's that chance of a couple of downpours and maybe even a strong thunderstorm in the afternoon and the early evening. beyond that, temperatures begin to drop, we're into the warm zone right through wednesday evening, here comes the fall like air once again by early thursday, but it's pleasantly mild by day, cool by night. the upcoming weekend we start off dry, maybe ending up with a few more showers and scattered storms. right now a good part of saturday dry, and the temperatures the next two days and saturday on, still a little above average with a little bit of fall squeezedded in in between. jean: and good voting weather. an emotional show of support. josh: coming up what a school in tennessee did for a teacher battling cancer, and the
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going for last votes in the hours leading up to the state primary. mike: nice and comfortable today, but temperatures will be heading higher soon. jennifer: plus the biggest powerball jackpot in state history claimed, who is already benefiting from this record prize. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur news 9 at 6:00. tom: the man accused of murdering aidanville woman is behind bars tonight, being held without bail. jennifer: and i'm jennifer vaughn. richard moore went before a judge, facing one count of second degree murder. investigators were at the victim's house for days. andy hershberger is live now with this. reporter: all the documents tied to this case are under seal, and officials are not releasing much information about what happened. but we do know that the suspect is a registered sex offender. richard moore appeared in plaistow circuit court this
is being held for the murder of 51-year-old joe ann boucher. her body was found at her danville home last week. >> the state is alleging that you knowingly cautioned the death of another, joe ann boucher, date of birth february 21, 1965, by stabbing her with a knife. reporter: authorities say they believe boucher was killed sometime around september 2, but her body wasn't found until a 1 later. officials would not say who made that emergency call. moore is a registered sex offender with a 1998 aggravated sexual assault conviction. he was arrested in manchester last friday, but his address is listed as boucher's home in danville. moore appeared emotional, wiping his eyes several times during today's very brief hearing. authorities would not talk about a possible motive.