tv News 9 Noon ABC September 14, 2016 12:00pm-12:30pm EDT
amy: now at noon, new hampshire votes. after a long night with races too close to call, both parties look toward november. kevin: leading edge of cooler air arriving at the end of the week amy: searching for a suspect. police in manchester trying to track down a bank robber they say ran off t they say someone took off with their produce. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 at noon. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] amy: right off the top, one major primary race is still too close to call. good afternoon. i'm amy coveno. here are the latest numbers in the republican race for governor.
republican rich aashooh conceded the first congressional district race to incumbent frank guinta. ray brewer was there for the breakfast. ray, any evidence of hard feelings? ray: there was evidence that some time may be necessary to forgive and et times if he was supporting his opponent frank guinta. ashooh would only say he was supporting the ticket. governor christie: the stakes of the presidency will ride on what happens in new hampshire. the majority of the united states senate may very well ride on what happens here in new hampshire. ray: former presidential candidate new jersey governor chris christie told republicans that the future of our country for the next 4 years will depend on what happens in new hampshire come election day. christie was the first to
christie dropped his own presidential bid, and says the time has come for all republicans to unite. governor christie: if you are not working for donald trump over the next 55 days you are working for hillary clinton. there's no choice. ray: christie spoke at the republican unity breakfast, where winners and losers from the primary gathered pledging to work together for victory in november. one of the winners from tuesday's primary, incumbent senator kelly ayotte, is locked in a tight race with governor differences between them, including national security, saying hassan supports obama's foreign policy. sen. ayotte: supporting things like this flawed iran agreement are not going to keep us safe when they are the largest state sponsor of terrorism in the world and they continue to make our country less safe and they continue to take unfortunately americans hostages. ray: the republican race for governor was a tight one with executive councilor chris sununu holding a slight edge.
united states. [applause] mr. sununu: we're going to do it, we're going to do it with proven conservative leadership because remember, we are the party of low taxes. mr. edelblut: we are just going to wait for the results to come in so that all those votes are counted and we can begin to move forward as a cohesive party. ray: one candidate who had to wait for this morning for his opponent to concede was incumbent congressman frank guinta, who faces a rematch with shea-porter. mr. guinta: we're at a crossroads. we're at a crossroads here in the state of new hampsire, we're at a crossroads in our country. never have i been more concerned about the future of our country and the future of your kids and grandkids. ray: joining guinta in the congressional race will be current state representative jim lawrence, who will take on incumbent congresswoman annie kuster. rep. lawrence: she's been
isn't it time that the voters in the second congressional district in new hampshire had a representative that would stand up for them? ray: republicans currently control the new hampshire house, senate, and executive council. republicans were told to make sure that doesn't change to move the straightforward. ray brewer, wmur news 9. amy:ve governor remains up in the air, democrats are wasting no time going on the attack. ray buckley and kathy sullivan held a news conference in manchester taking aim at likely nominee chris sununu. while he was one of the more moderate candidates in his primary, democrats say he will campaign as an out of touch exhibits. ms. sullivan: he will try to
he's charlie baker of massachusetts, but if he is ever elected governor of new hampshire he will govern like paul lepage of maine. amy: the last granite state poll shows three quarters of voters still don't know who he is. republican rich ashooh conceded the first congressional district race to incumbent frank guinta earlier this morning. they were locked in a very close race with just a percentage point separating the two candidates. guinta will face democratic challenger carol shea-porter in off for the seat. and after two bids for the second district congressional district nomination, republican jim lawrence was declared the winner. is -- he is america's first african-american nominee for the states five political offices. he claimed victory after taking 40% of the vote, compared to 28% for jack flanagan. lawrence will be taking on incumbent congresswoman annie kuster in november. incumbent senator kelly ayotte
rubens in the new hampshire primary. she won 79% of the votes. rubens had just 17%. she will face off against democratic challenger maggie hassan in november. you can find for up-to-date results on the new hampshire primary by heading to our website. there you will also find the county-by-county results for each statewide race. you will find it all at wmur.com. the spotlight in the race for the white house is also returning to the granite state. republican nominee donald trump and demoat pick tim kaine will both be in the granite state tomorrow. trump will hold a rally at laconia middle school. kaine will attend a town hall in exeter. you're taking a live look at manchester this afternoon. fall just 8 days away but we could be feeling it sooner here in the granite state. let's send it right over to meteorologist kevin skarupa with more on the storms we are watching for this afternoon. hi, kev.
fronts that come through go from late summer to the taste of fall in the air. we are in the low to mid 60's in parts of the north country. clouds and occasional showers. in southern areas have jumped to the low to mid 80's. scattered showers up north and the potential of a couple thunderstorms for southern areas of the state as the afternoon wears on. little bit of humidity that has been developin creeping about 60 degrees in several locations. there will be widely scattered storms along this broken line of showers. the big change behind it will be even cooler air that we had earlier this week. all the details with the forecast in a few minutes. amy: new this noon, the search is on for a robbery suspect. police say a man entered the bank of america branch on hooksett road at around 9:30 this morning. he approached the teller with a note demanding money.
hair and was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt with the words "stark brewing co." on the left chest. >> he left on foot and bank surveillance shows him heading towards oak street. silver vehicle, no other description at this time. amy: anyone who may recognize this man is asked to contact the manchester police department. also, fire crews respond to a gas leak run the motor speedway. her propane tank leaked your the grandstand. police say the scene is now under control. a judge has reduced bail for a former custodian accused of sexually assaulting girls at a northfield community center. 73-year-old robert magoon was being held on $150,000 cash bail. today a judge reduced his bail to $10,000 cash. magoon faces 13 counts of aggravated felonius sexual assault. a 21-year-old man from alaska drowned in the connecticut river. emergency crews searched the river in cornish last night for
and a half later. police say mcwilliams was an americorps volunteer working at saint gaudens national park. a deadly crash on route 16 in ossipee is under investigation. state police say a pickup truck was heading north in the area of deer cap campground when it crossed the center line and slammed head-on into a car. it side-swiped another truck. the driver of ossipee, was killed. a passenger, 67-year-old gary baumann, suffered life threatening injuries. lavalley farms is asking for your help in tracking down a thief. the operators of the farm say a large amount of produce was stolen from a field on bow lane in pembroke. they say the thief made off with corn, swiss chard, cucumbers, and tomatoes on monday. anyone with information is asked to contact pembroke police. coming up, it's one of the biggest takeovers so far this year. bayer clinches monsanto in an
everybody knows that goodwill helps people. but what not everybody knows is how. basically, you give us the stuff you're not using... vroom! screech! ...and we sell it to someone who'll use it. then, we use the money to educate and employ people. because at goodwill we see potential everywhere whether it's in a purse or a person. kelly ayotte: thanks, buddy. because at goodwill we see potentii'm kelly ayotte.: and when i take the
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amy: new at noon, after months of negotiations, bayer is buying monsanto. the german drug and farm chemical company says it has signed a deal to acquire seed and weed killer company monsanto for $66 billion in cash. the deal is the biggest takeover announced so far this year. the city of orlando says its around the pulse nightclub. right now there's a chain link fence where people have hung banners and flowers but the city says the new fence will make it easier for people to pay their respects. work by local artists will be hung around the fence to honor the 49 people who died in the shooting back in june. officials say it will be installed sometime next week. right now tropical storm julia is dumping heavy rain on
10th atlantic hurricane season. it formed late last night near jacksonville, florida. that is your real house, not mine -- your wheelhouse, not mine. kevin: we could use the brain, not the wind. 2 rain chances in the forecast from one for the weekend. amy: coming up, with fall inching closer we're cooking up some delicious beef stew today in "cook's corner." now to our u local hot shot. quick rest before hitting up this u local user's bird feeder in lee you can submit your pictures and video and join the thousands of u local members by logging onto ulocal.wmur.com.
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the big oil koch brothers. she voted to give big oil more than $20 billion in tax breaks. they gave kelly ayotte campaign contributions. corporate special interests are spending millions supporting her campaign... like the koch brothers. kelly ayotte: paid for by big oil; voting for big oil. not working for us. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. when i first found out that carl had been using diately thought not my son. i found him in his bathroom with a syringe still in his hand and that was the worst day of my life. annie kuster is leading the fight regarding this opioid epidemic. she's trying to do everything she can to get laws changed. so this doesn't happen again. she's definitely a leader. i just love annie.
coast. clouds and occasional shower activity in the north country. gradually weaving in a little more sunshine. in southern areas, quick jump into the mid-80s with the atmosphere in place. as we go through the afternoon, the same front will slide farther south and east. this f have a tremendous amount of oyster to work with -- moisture to work with, will have additional showers and 80 thunderstorms through the afternoon. -- maybe thunderstorms to the afternoon. we are not expecting widespread strong weather but there could be one or two of the northwest to southeast. they may have the potential for a couple of quick hitting downpours and wind gusts.
the northwest. the leading edge of the air mass in place as we round out the week temperatures in the mid-60's and even lower 60's up through colebrook and pittsburg . low to mid 80's and southern areas. function of a little bit more sunshine and the west and southwesterly breeze. the dew points continue to climb a degree here, a degree there. once you get to 60 come that is when you feel the humidity. outdoors for any length of time. just enough moisture in the air to create a couple of thunderstorms this afternoon. you can see the air mass overhead tomorrow. this one will be replaced. certainly much cooler. still a couple more showers for the north country and central areas this afternoon. coupled on the terms likely between 3:00 -- couple thunderstorms likely between 3:00 and 6:00. clearing skies, northwest winds
overnight in the low to mid 40's up north to 50's and southern areas with the breeze. tomorrow, but is cooler today as we have had season with full sunshine. 60's to low range of the 70's tomorrow. coolest of the evenings will be with much lighter winds. thursday evening, really funny, temperatures out question -- early friday, temperatures out west and up north and frost in a few valleys in western areas. otherwise, sunshine for friday a ahead of the next system. some scattered showers possible sunday. i don't suspect that will be a washout. temperatures in the 70's before we warm up again early next week. let's head to "cook's corner." amy: fall has arrived in the news 9 kitchen. first time for you in the news 9 kitchen but you are with the
have been here before. tell us what you are putting together. kelsey: first i start with our very own pot roast. i get that with horseradish. get all the flavor in their. once the beef has started to cook down, add some nice fresh celery, carrots, onions. let that put before little bit and get those flavors in there. amy: chelsea, when i make this them, but you are -- kelsey: you want to keep it one pot. one-pot meal so all the flavors are in there. if you separate it, the flavors get lost. amy: you are the kitchen manager at the root 104 diner. kelsey: yes. amy: and this is a seasonal special, is that right? kelsey: the beef stew is a
if you can come in -- amy: famous for this pot roast? kelsey: i believe we are. nice and tender, very juicy. amy: beautiful. what comes next? kelsey: once your vegetables are cooked, add in all the seasonings -- parsley or egano, thyme. everybody loves garlic. give that a good stir. and then save the stock from the pot roast when we cook it. amy: that is a good tip, hold onto that stock. kelsey: all that good flavor. the cover on it and turn it on low and let it simmer. amy: boy, one-pot meal. kelsey: this is a finished product. nice, rich beef stew.
kelsey: about an hour. amy: serving in bread bowls. kelsey: you can get them from us at the diner or go to the store and get some thing like it . put it in the oven for about 10 minutes. beef stew right in there. amy: look at that, beautiful. kelsey: nice and thick. amy: wow come that is just lovely. all right, kelsey stone, thank
kevin: so this afternoon the chance of a couple scattered showers and even the thunderstorms in southern areas. and then cooler, drier air filters in the end of the week nice start to the weekend as well. amy: fall is starting to creep in there. kevin: slowly but surely. amy: little disclaimer about our u local, that was a chipmunk disguised as a squirrel. kevin: halloween.
ting 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
barbara moussette: kelly came through for me and
my husband, forever grateful... with my husband in cancer treatment, we fell behind on our bills, and we needed our tax refund to catch up... ...but hackers had stolen it. we were the victims of identity theft. i was terrified - we faced losing our home. we reached out to kelly ayotte. she didn't know us at all, but she went to the irs and she fought for us. thanks to kelly, we got our refund and we kept our home. kelly ayotte: i'm kelly ayotte
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