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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.
their relationship, but i can tell you it was not random. reporter: moore will be back in court later this month for a probable cause hearing. tom: tonight the national weather service says separate line winds are to blame for storm damage in epsom, it's one of the parts of the state still trying to clean up from a fast moving storm napassed the through here on sunday morning. wmurs jennifer crompton has more on the work ahead. reporter: people had just arrived in this field for an antique car more were in a tent next-door at an antique auction when the storm tore a path through webster park. the tops of pine trees are sheered off, some completely ripped from the ground. nearly 60 trees are broken or uprooted other some 10 acres of epsom's webster park. it's normally a popular place, but was fortunately empty when the storm struck sunday morning. the lone victim in his car when it was crushed. he crawled out with minor
auction were spared by the very specific path of what the national weather service calls straight line winds. >> they all fell in the same direction, so the wind mass was straight across here. everything is laying in the same direction, and a lot of them came down because others fell on them and it was like a domino effect. reporter: the park remains closed for safety reasons, cleanup is expected to take at least two to three weeks. jennifer crompton, wmur tom: in our commitment 2016 coverage tonight it's been a busy last day of campaigning here in new hampshire. jennifer: granite staters are heading to the polls tomorrow to decide who will be on the ballot in several key races come november. our team coverage begins with wmur's adam sex ton and the race for governor. reporter: a field of seven major candidates will be whittled down to two tomorrow. but a lot of people in new hampshire still don know who these people are.
was on home turf this final day of campaigning. >> every day that goes by i get folks switching switching from e others that they met very early. reporter: van ostern went canvassing in nashua, his campaign confident of a strong showing on tuesday. >> i believe we need to keep our state moving forward and i'm the candidate who has been part of that progress. reporter: bob connolly shook hands and smoke with the media at the bridge cafe in manchester. >> a person with a vision who wants to make new hampshire a sa reporter: on the republican side, just down elm street, frank edelblut was chatting with owners -- >> seems that we're hitting on all cylinders and we'll be able to get it down tomorrow. reporter: jeanne forester told reporters she's proud of her campaign. >> i think i've had the right attitude going into it which is i just want to serve the state and i'm having fun and listening to what's important to people. >> a busy political day at the
ted gatsas stopped by looking for republican votes. >> we've got high energy, great support, we've got a lot of people that are doing calls on the phones. report chris sununu campaigned at the puritan, too. >> our campaign begins and ends with people, we've been pounding the pavement just not here in manchester but all over the state. reporter: things have been relatively sedate on the democratic side of the for republicans it's been feisty within the last couple of weeks. but analysts say expect this to get negative quickly after tomorrow. adam sexton, wmur news 9. jennifer: now to the race for u.s. senate, and republican candidate senator kelly ayotte and challenger jim rubens. josh mcelveen is here tonight with a closer look at this race as it heads into the final hours. josh: senator ayotte was out this morning, while her challenger jim rubens was doing
phone calls. but the incumbent could be found in bedford at genesis health care where she met with veterans to talk about the issues they're facing. as for the election, ayotte says she's staying focused on doing her job rather than just keeping her job. >> just focusing on getting things done for the people of new hampshire. i want to continue fighting on their behalf to address our heroin epidemics, get our veterans better care and make sure that we get our fiscal house in order and have good paying jobs here in new hampshire to and f favorite in this primary is looking for a coon vinceing win tomorrow to build momentum for the general election. tom: a busy day on the campaign trail for the candidates running for congress. jennifer: in the first congressional district, rich ashooh shook hands at the puritan back room in manchester.
executive at defense company b.a.e. systems for over 20 years. incumbent representative frank guinta made phone call this is afternoon at his campaign headquarters. the congressman is hoping his constituents will elect him to another term. >> looking forward to a strong victory on tuesday and then onto november. and make sure that we continue to focus on economic the reaction you'd hope, that they want to see things done differently and i think i'm the guy to do it. jennifer: both candidates say they like their chances at the polls tomorrow. then over in the race for the second congressional district, we also caught up with republican candidates, state representative jack flanagan and businessman jim lawrence. we asked them what sets each apart from their opponent. >> i think just the fact that i've been the majority leader,
town of brookline, school board chairman. actually dealt with the issues, got things done. >> the biggest thing is my experience. i'm the only veteran in this race, i was fortunate enough to graduate from the united states air force academy, also a small businessman. jennifer: who ever wins tomorrow will face the democratic incumbent, annie kuster. tom: join us tonight at 7:00 for a primary eve special, starting at 8:00 for commitment 2016 new hampshire votes coverage until the races are all decided. big couple of days coming up, be sure to join us. next at 6:00 tonight, worshippers were inside when a rock came flewing through the windows of this local mosque. jennifer: plus the winner of the $487 million powerball jackpot has finally come forward, sort of. we'll tell you what we learned about where some of that money is headed.
jennifer: a story we've been following from rochester, police tell us the person hit by a train is in the hospital and appears to be in stable condition. around 4:15 a female under the age of 18 was walking across the tracks between summer and portland streets when she was hit. more on this coming up tonight later. tom: and tonight nashua police investigating vandalism it a mosque. jennifer: last night a rock came flewing through the window at the islamic society of greater nashua just before the service.
worshipper. because the vandalism at the mosque coincides with the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, a massachusetts muslim civil rights group wants authorities to investigate to determine if it was a hate crime. >> there was no sayings left, it was simply a rock through a window. but due to it occurring on september 11 and being a mosque, that's something we'll look at. >> i don't know if it a coincidence, because i have never had this before so i am thinkingt then those guys who were walking by, they had something in their mind came up and threw it. jennifer: a vigil is being held at the mosque tonight at 8:30. tom: a gorgeous day today. mike: dew points are dropping, it refreshing by night and by day eventually warms back up here and there in september and october. so how much higher will the
ensures they will forever be anonymous. >> been a little over a month since we had what for us is a seismic event in new hampshire in terms of lotteries. reporter: $487 million. one winner. mind mr.ing, historic. >> the amount of money in question is more money than we gave away all last year. reporter: the winner chose the lump sum payment, netting a $256 million. they also guaranteed anonymity by not signing the winning ticket. if they had? >> it would have been a public document and i would have had to give you a copy. reporter: it was signed by the newly rormed robin egg 2016 trust and their first order of business was to spread the wealth. >> at this point in time they are committed to use these funds for philanthropic causes and to make a positive impact on the lives of their family.
won $75,000 for selling the winning ticket, which they rounded up to 100,000 and promptly gave away to food banks and a youth organization. the mystery winner followed suit, by matching each donation. >> the second recipient is the providence baptist church food pantry, in the amount of $ $11,000. reporter: and 68 hours of hunger took home the biggest donation, $40,000. their mission focuses on childr w program at school. you feel like you won the% lottery? >> absolutely, no question about it, because we have to have volunteers on the ground. reporter: in concord, where everyone was a winner today, amy coveno. mike: we were all winners weather wise, if you like this sort of thing, a fall-like feel. atop mount washington right now
over $6,000 feet up. same story at the coast, fair skies as well. full sunshine, temperatures are nice and mild, winds not that bad. and a big change from the past several months over new hampshire. look at the low, 43 degrees in concord, that's the coldest it's been since may 21. it was even cooler, in the 30's, in the great north woods. it will be tonight, possibly two or three higher in terms of temperature than what we had earlier this morning, later tomorrow morning. right now we're back into the 60's from plymouth and points north. mild 70's elsewhere. until you get to the cooler effect of the ocean at the coast down to 67 at the pease trade port. 66 at hampton beach. those dew points we've been showing them all summer long and many times in the 50's, 60's, even at times in the tropical 70's. now very refreshing invigorating
40's in many spots. with the dry air in place that allows the temperature to fall back close to the dew point in many spots, so upper 30's and lower 40's by morning up north. 40's to low 50's elsewhere. early tomorrow morning up until about 8:00 a.m. it will be cool. however, shortly after that, all of this summer warmth building to our west begins to move on in here, and just to our west today we had readings in the upper 70's to aro 8 tomorrow, and then mid 80's in some spots, 90 not out of the question on wednesday as long as we squeeze out a lot of sun before the next front back to the west begins to move on in. but sunny sky for your tuesday, and light winds out of the south, it latest be much warmer in some spots than it was today. fair skies tomorrow night, will get cool but not as chilly as tonight. then the next front moves in,
take over, tough to call exactly the hour that the showers and forms will develop. but is there a good bet in the great north woods at any time in the afternoon, best shot central southern new hampshire, probably after two or three in the afternoon, through the early to mid part of the evening. once that front clears, we're in the clear but also it cools back down for thursday and friday. there you go, get out and vote, weather will not get in the way. and a beautiful september 13th on your tuesday, lower 80's on average throu hampshire, lower 80's central and upper 70's in the great north woods and northern parts of the white mountains. we've got the full sunshine out there statewide. more sun early on wednesday, and then the shower and storm threat increases in the afternoon into the evening. fall-like feel for thursday, early friday. late friday a little bit milder, and then slightly warmer for the weekend, shower or storm threat probably not until saturday night or sunday.
maybe a little bumpy by sunday. tom: a lot of people saying jimmy g and tommy who? >> i don't know about that. narrator: new hampshire, think a minute about kelly ayotte the politician. ayotte claims she's independent, then goes to washington and votes with the koch brothers 90% of the time. she takes millions from wall street and big drug
companies, and then votes to put their agenda before everyday families. higher drug prices and cutbacks to our medicare. so, think about it: new hampshire can choose the special interests' senator with kelly ayotte... or a people's senator, for a change. i'm maggie hassan
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know more about isis then the generals do. john mccain, a war hero. he's not a war hero, he's a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured ok. donald trump compared his sacrifices to the sacrifices of two parents who lost their son in war. how would you answer that father? what sacrifice have you made for your country? i think i've made a lot of sacrifices, built great structures. i've had tremendous success, i think... those are sacrifices? 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... 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.
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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the arizona cardinals were favored to one this one because they were home and they're really good. but the patriots also were starting a new quarterback, but garoppolo was solid, no turnovers. threw for 264 yards, and the 37-yarder to hogan. pats already leading the afc east division. jets, dolphins and bills all lost yesterday. >> coming down the road, tough environment, i think the team has a whole game. coaches, players, everybody did a great job. we had a good week of preparation and it showed up. >> we had a great effort from our players and they played with a lot of toughness. it's a loud stadium, on the road, super bowl caliber team. so it's a good effort to come down here in win. jamie: it's the first double header for monday night football. the new hampshire's chip kelly will make his debut for the 49ers at home later tonight.
from behind to defeat holly cross on saturday night. it was the home opener and the first game in the new wildcat stadium. but the blue and white immediately had to put that one behind them because the instate rivals are waiting, they play at the dartmouth big green on saturday night. >> it's going to be interesting, we played them a couple years ago, was a good game. it's going to be a good game, looking forward to it. something special. >> we could, we have to stay together, play, find out what's going on. dartmouth is one of the best teams in the ivy league. >> i'm excited about that, instate team, it's going to be great. >> we know they're a good team and we know they're going to come to play, so it's for the granite cup, it's both division one teams in new hampshire, so it's going to be a fun one. >> red sox start the week with a two-game over both the orioles
orioles come call tonight, price against miley. girls socker from this afternoon, the pinkerton astros hosting the bedford bulldogs. clark's shot is turned away, but mceccer is there for the rebound. a pinkerton goal made it 1-1. here comes your game winner, clark collecting a loose ball and scoring, and the bulldogs a great way to start the work week for 128 golfers in the 7th annual wbs harvest golf classic to benefit new hampshire food bank. workplace benefit solutions the presenting business in this, donations always down over the summer months, so it's important to restock the shelves a little bit. over the years the tournament has raised $335,000. tom: thank you.
kelly ayotte: thanks, buddy. kelly (voiceover): i'm kelly ayotte. and when i take the plate for new hampshire... i'm up against a political machine that plays dirty -- throwing millions in false, negative ads... i'm out here knocking down every lie... because
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i'm really good at war. i love war in a certain
way. including with nukes, yes including with nukes. i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me. nuclear, just the power the devastation, is very important to me. i want to be unpredictable, unpredictable, unpredictable, unpredictable. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. 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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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 -- they were all cut back. plunkett: it was colin van ostern who got that funding restored and helped expand medicaid, too. i'm colin van ostern. i was raised by a single mom, and we didn't always have health insurance. that's why, as governor,
tonight, hbl hillary clinton's health scare, and a short time ago, her new message. clinton's legs appearing to buckle beneath her as she left the 9/11 memorial early. and then, more than an hour later, this. why didn't she reveal the pneumonia earlier? donald trump today say, get well soon, but tonight, apology from clinton for something else. also, the pictures tonight. a mosque set on fire, and this evening, new surveillance. what it reveals. and the other stunning fire. the home with nine people trapped inside, six of them children. the breaking headline. the southwest flight and the piece of the engine that broke off mid-flight. the first findings in the investigation now in. and for the first time, jon benay ram see's brother breaking