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home on mill pond road around 1:00 this afternoon for reports of a suicidal man. that triggered a shelter in place for all people who live in this area. police tell us they tried to get to the man and talk him out of the situation but they had no luck, the man was later found dead inside his home to an apparent suicide. police are not releasing any more information on that individual while they continue to notify family members, all of this of course triggering horrific memories of when officer stephen arkell was killed. >> it's scary, you know, when you don't know what's going on. that was horrific, because it was so violent. but the explosion too was incredible. you don't forget that kind of stuff. >> honestly the guys did a fantastic job, i don't think anybody even thought about that while this was going on. they may reflect on that now.
back into their homes around 4:30 this afternoon. police expect to release more information later on tonight. live in brentwood, i'm cherise leclerc, wmur news 9. tom: tonight an east kingston man has been charged with six counts of possession of child sexual abuse images. police say his arrest comes after an investigation that lasted several months. wmur's jennifer crompton is live at the police department with more. reporter: this investigation involved several police departments asel f.b.i., following a tip from the new hampshire internet crimes against children task force. 44-year-old chris murphy of east kingston was arrested early wednesday morning at his home. >> we were able to have the suspect stand aside and we went the and cleared the house and then began our search for the contraband that we were looking for.
find? >> no. reporter: police say it was in plain view. >> we were able to find on initial search we found approximately six videos, images of child pornography. reporter: east kingston police say they were tippedded off by the new hampshire internet crimes task force. >> it was a single family residence and it appears he was the only one with acc portion of the house where we found the computer and other images. reporter: they don't expect more arrests, but say the investigation is ongoing. >> this is really in its infancy. we actually seized some computers and some other media to where images and videos could be stored on. reporter: murphy is an employee of the wmur sales department and has been suspended pending the outcome of this case.
jennifer crompton, wmur news 9. tom: commitment 2016 now. the primary is in the books and be the the general election matchups are all set. jennifer: this morning in bedford republicans held their traditional unity breakfast, designed to men fences that may have been broken during primary battles. but for one candidate in particular, the unity breakfast might have meant a little bit more. wmur political director joch josh mcelveen is live with for begin guinta's career had already been written. but last night voters had their say and offered guinta a bit of a pardon. >> we're a family, and families sometimes have disagreements. reporter: for more than a year it was a family that had disowned him, so you couldn't blame guinta if he felt a small measure of satisfaction on
different tune. from the senate president. >> i want to congratulate congressman guinta. reporter: to the speaker of the house of. >> get out there and work for those republican candidates. reporter: to senator ayotte. >> us coming together, we will succeed up and down this ticket. reporter: all embraced the ticket that frank guinta is once again part of. >> we are a unified party, i'm looking forward to making sure that everyone on this ticket wins in new hampshire, starting with kelly ayotte. >> elections are about the people, they make the decisionan sure the republicans who have been chosen get elected. reporter: during last week's granite state debate, ashooh said if guinta won the primary he might support him. >> if frank was to admit that he broke the law and apologize to the voters, then i'd consider supporting him. josh: none of that happened, so ashooh only offered support to the g.o.p. ticket collectively. but if hard feelings do exist
wednesday. >> that's all press driven. josh: so the general election first c.d. matchup now threatens to give the rocky franchise a run or its money. this fall we will see guinta-shea-porter, part four. jennifer: former congresswoman carol shea-porter will face off against guinta for the fourth election in a row. sp she says she is prepared for another rematch and is confident all the voters in the first district will deliver the rebuke to guinta that republicans could not. >> i believe that we are going to defeat him in november and i am going to be very proud to bring back integrity to the office. reporter: shea-porter has been the democratic nom fee in the first district either as a challenger or the incumbent in
wasn't officially decidedded until today. the votes were so close that frank edelblut didn't concede until this afternoon, offering his full endorsement to chris sununu. as adam sexton tells us, this sets up a race that will be watched very closely. reporter: it's sununu versus van ostern, a contest patrioting a political dynasty against a savvy campaign operative. and it's a matchup some predicting for this cycle as far back as 2014. this afternoon frank edelblut concededded the republican race for governor to chris sununu, who wasteddedded no time pivoting to the general election and his democratic opponent. >> we're going to continue talking about issues, talking about things that matter, talking about plans to get our stagnant economy going again. my guess is they'll do anything they can to avoid talking about those issues. reporter: the executive
100,000 cast, the narrow margin apparently a sununu rite of passage. >> tough primaries seem to be a family tradition, i think i one mine by 1400 shots, my john john won his senate primary by 616 votes and looks like christopher will win by 1100. reporter: he will face colin van ostern who was in nashua today discussing his plan for a $300 million extension of commuter rail to new hampshire. >>ra of the reasons i ran for this odd thing called the executive council in the first place. i helped get the feasibility study done. reporter: the latest granite state poll shows almost three quarters of new hampshire voters don't know who van ostern is. name recognition isn't as big of a problem for the republican in this race. but democrats who have been doing electoral battle with the sneu yous through four decade now say, quote, the bloom is off that rose. >> i think it's clear that the
attraction that it may once have had in new hampshire. reporter: but that name did make it through the hotly contestedded primary. while the democratic praryt is trying to paint him as than extremist, republicans say that pro-choice sununu is their most moderate statewide candidate in years. tom: next, a call for action. >> more people will die before we take action. shelley: senator shaheen takes to the senate floor to demand congress the opioid crisis. jennifer: a local farm we profiled about their challenge because of the drought facing a bigger one now, someone stole the fruits of their labor. mike: with cooler air taking over, could some spots see their first frost of the season soon, when that may happen. >> in sports it's a new job for the former red sox general
when i first found out that carl had been using heroin on and off for a year. i immediately 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. she's definitely a leader. i just love annie.
tom: tonight a call on congress to pass emergency funding to fight the opioid crisis. >> if congress can spend billions to fight an ebola outbreak on a distant continent, surely we can allocate 600 million to combat a if we work together to get this done. jennifer: senator shaheen called on congress to stay in session to address opioid funding. she says while the comprehensive addiction and recovery act is good legislation, it doesn't provide one cent to fight the epidemic. and congress' failure to act is having, quote, tragic consequences. tom: we have new details in the search for a wantedded bank robber. manchester police say the man who held up a bank of america on
pictures were taken of a man walking into the eastern bank a few hundred yards away from the bank of america just minutes before the robbery. police say these pictures taken at the bank of america show the same man in the sale clothing approaching a teller. authorities say he passedded the teller a note demanding money. >> he left on foot and bank surveillance shows him heading toward oak street. he may have entered a silver vehicleit tom: anyone who may recognize this man is asked to call manchester police. mike haddad in, another great day today. mike: if you like summer warmth. 80's for many, making a run within a few of the record in concord. and a sunny stretch ready to take over from these clouds. but where do the temperatures go, a little bit of up and down between now and the weekend. jennifer: now to our u local hot shot, just take a look at who
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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? tom: several hundred ears of corn stolen from a pembroke farm overnight, hand picked in the heist that the farmer says must
jennifer: the popular farm stand is on hooksett road in hooksett. but the produce was fill feared from their -- pilfered from their field in pembroke. this has been a tough growing year, so this hurts both his business and his family. >> we can deal with the drought, we deal with all the hardships of farming and we can take it in stride. but this is more like a shot in the gut. reporter: the farm first announced the theft on facebook page and has been shared thousands of times with local customers donating at the register to try and make up for the short fall. mike: a cold front just moving through the state in the last couple hours, triggering some downpours, thunder here and there. but severe weather off to our south and east skipping by new hampshire, so you can see some wet roads out at the coast. also the clouds beginning to break farther to the north and
live web cam network. it's mainly dry in many parts of the state once again, as many have missed out on the latest rain chance. what does that mean for later on tonight? the skies clearing, temperatures fall off, most of the heavy action is over the coastline, cape and islands, ready to scoot out to sea in the next couple hours. before that cold front moved through, take a look at where temperatures topped off at, 80 or above lakes 87 along the coast, just shy of a record there as well. right now much cooler in many spots, near 60 along the canadian border, upper 60's and lower it 70's elsewhere, all due to the fact that the front has moved through. many spot did get a little rain, and of course cooler air is building in from the north. also much much dryer, the humidity that we had had earlier
the boards as well as dry air builds in from canada and that will linger right into friday and first half of the weekend. tonight mainly clear skies develop after the next couple of hours, the clouds give way, patchy valley fog late. around 40 along the canadian border, and seasonably mild air builds in for tomorrow, and then very chilly for tomorrow night. we could actually see the first frost of the season in parts of northern new hampshire a temperatures really fall even colder tomorrow night. as you can tell with high pressure building in, cold front slicing to our south, that means we're in the high and dry for the next several days and with that front moving off shore that will squash any possibility of this tropical storm julia with top winds of 40, just southeast of savannah, of coming up the coastline. trorl warnings in effect for the carolina coast, georgia coast
to flooding in some areas to our south. the next drought update comes in tomorrow morning and will likely be expanded or stay the same. that men's the extreme drought lingers over southern new hampshire. fair skies again tomorrow night, very chilly with some frost up north. back into full sun on friday, and temperatures jump a little bit above the average. once we get past the weekend it will be milder for next rain chance, as we go into saturday night and sunday, the next system moves on in. hopefully we get some rain out of this, although of course it does fall during part of the weekend, for those that have outdoor plans saturday is the pick of the two. i don't see a washout on sunday, but there will be showers here and there. an early shower monday, then it dries out. tuesday and wednesday about 10 degrees above the average
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, 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
narrator: fewer new hampshire students are 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 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
that was all they needed and they scored eight unanswered runs, jays win. game time 7:00 tonight, rick porcello pitching for boston. former red sox general manager ben cherington about to land on his feet. mlb.com reporting he will j of operations. as the g.m. he led the red sox to the world series title in 2013. he left last year when dombrowski was hired as president of baseball operations. the undefeatedded patriots got back to practice today but had to make it quick because bruce springsteen is moving in for a big concert tonight. gronk had limited participation with his injured hamstring. they had a lot of question marks going into the game with
good team without some of their stars. patriots stepped up and did get a win, now they come home to host miami. >> they're important, they count more in the standings, at the end of the year you'll look at the division games and they're important ones. it's a great team and we have to go out there and perform. >> the last time we went down there it was a pretty rough day fo >> the u.n.h. hockey team was on the ice for practice this afternoon. they have a freshman class that has the potents to make a big impact, they will host the northeast regional in the ncaa tournament this year, and the regular season schedule includes games at madison square garden and also outdoors at fenway park. >> the outdoor game is pretty
so it's going to be a first for a lot of us to be part of it. then msg one of the most famous arenas in the whole world, doesn't get in which better than that. >> obviously those are two great places to play and all of us are looking forward to that and those days are circled on our calendars. >> high school football teams will be collecting food for their local community pantries over the next month. merrimack valley, their game against kennett. if you're going to that game feel free to bring a donation for the local food pantry. jennifer: watching some items can be a real pain, so we have a list of things you never knew you could put in your washing machine. tom: we'll see you back here
tonight, breaking news. donald trump stopped in the middle of a political attack, scolded by a pastor in flint, who said, that's not why we invited you here. also tonight, trump's moment with dr. oz. how much did trump reveal? and hillary clinton, just moments ago, with her own disclosure. also tonight, former secretary of statein hacked. calling trump a national disgrace. and calling trump's birther movement racist. and warning of clinton, quote, she doesn't look good, she's working herself to death. the tropical storm hitting the east coast right now. gusting winds and rain pounding the coast. and the other major storm baring down. breaking news in the case of the driver who police say intentionally plowed into three officers who were simply standing there. what we've now learned tonight.