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jennifer vaughn. jamie: i'm jamie staton. shots were reportedded on merrimack street, leadi on onto an investigation that locked down the street. reporter: jamie, the investigation is still ongoing, the attorney general's office is trying to find out exactly what happened last night. here's what we do know. last night around 6:45 a corner of merrimack and beach streets in manchester. this was the scene as police were investigating for hours. thean who was shot was identified as 25-year-old jonathan vasquez ojeda, he died from his injuries later at the hospital. an autopsy revealedded that a gunshot wound to the chest was the cause of death. it an area that's gotten a lot of calls about shootings in
police volume, definitely. seems like it has gotten a lot worse. it terrifies me, especially for people with children and, you know, we got a park down the street, you got kids riding their scooters. it's horrible what seems manchester is coming to. reporter: neighbors say sometimes they can't tell the difference any more between fireworks and shooting. anyoneit asked to contact manchester police department. for now we are live in manchester, wmur news 9. jamie: tonight more of new hampshire is officially dole with extreme drult almost all of hillsboro and part of cheshire county have joined the areas with the extreme drought designation.
officials say right now it's not a real problem. but if it continues into the winter, the more serious it could become. the director of the manchester water works says the water level at lake massabesic is down about a foot from where it should be, but is still nott a danger level. manchester's water supply services 160,000 customers in seven communities, so far they are only asking that customers voluntarily conserve water limiting t waring and washing cars. two boat launches have been closedded at massabesic because of the dry conditions, but officials say that's the only real impact the droughts that had in manchester so far. consumers, but again we ask all of our rate payers to conserve water. it's a valued resource, you should never waste waterny ways. reporter: state officia say
coming winter. if there is below normal snowfall, that could cause a real problem for summer of 2017. live in manchester, andy hershberger, wmur news 9. jennifer: the obvious answer, rain. that could make all the difference in this drought, but there is not a cloud in sight. let's check in with meteorologist hayley lapoint for more on the conditions now and when we might get some relf. hayley: yes, we need a total change of our weather pattern to get through wit showers like yesterday, those only provide minuscule amounts of rain. we need rain for almost a week, and that doesn't look like it's going t happen. right now it's totally clear and with the clear skies overnight in this cooler air mass, i'll tell you, it's going to be chilly. take a look at the temperatures now, mid 60's in whitefield, plymouth 67. 73 refreshing degrees in concord, about 72 in manchester.
overnight, yeah, maybe some locations in coos county getting close to freezing. so there is a frost advisory, yes, the firstne of the season, only for coos county and would it be the some of the valley areas in coos county that there might be some frostover night and early tomorrow morning. so if you have sensitive plants up there, still have tomatoes, cover them up in coos county tonigh in terms of any rainfall in the forecast, there is a little bit. jennifer: presidential campaigns back in the granite state tonight. tim kaine just wrapped up a town hall. as republican donald trump gets ready for a rally thisng. eveni we begin our live coverage in exeter with wmur's jennifer crompton. reporter: senator tim kaine's visit has been a combination pep rally and an opportunity to lay out the stark differences between these two tickets. he started in portsmouth where
stay work play thean courages millennials to stay in the granite state. he lay out the fundamental differences between the clinton and trump camps on issues like making college affordable, paid family leave, even climate change. his visit oh to the exeter town hall a pep rally for the the entire ticket. highlighting those same differences on issues. and their visions holding up their books, stronger together, that he says highlights upboat vision versus touch. >> this is a view that is a view out of the penthouse of the tall tower, right? looking down and looking at a nation and seeing a crippled america. i do not recognize this picture of our country. i don't. this is not who we are. reporter: senator kaine says he's never lost an election, though all were very close, and he reminded this crowd that new hampshire is a battle ground state and says no one should
jennifer: presidential nominee hillary clinton back on the campaign trail after recovering from pneumonia. a spokesperson says clinton's break from campaigning gave her some time to sharpen the final argument she'll present to voters the closing weeks. today she stopped in another battle ground state, nor carolina, and spoke to supporters about her health. >> it's great to be back on the campaign trail. [cheers and a as you may know, i recently had a cough that turned out to be pneumonia. i tried to power through it, but even i had to admit that maybe a few days of rest would do me good. jennifer: clinton's campaign chair says moving forward the focus will be on these battle ground states, particularly florida and ohio.
that described him as being in excellent physical health. truch revealedded the results of his most recent physical exam on ther. oz show. dr. oz listedded off donald trump's physical results and said if a patient had his record he'd be really happy. the 70-year-old takes cholesterol medication and a low dose aspirin. >> when you're running for president, i think you have an obligation to be healthy. i just don think you can do the work if you're not healthy. reporter: trump the republican presidential nom fee is making his way to new hampshire right now, donald trump will hold a rally in laconia in just over two hours. jean mackin live there where supporters lined up early. reporter: they sureid line up early and they've been anxious to get insidehe gym here at la laconia middle school. donald trump scheduledded to take that stage at 7:30 tonight, fresh off the heels of delivering his economic plan
growth. this will be his fourth visit to new hampshire since winning the primary back in february. supporters started lining up a couple hours ago, one man telling us he got a parking space at noon to get a spot right there near the front of the stage. some are bringing chairs, but as you can see they're on their feet for the rest of the night. many have already atrended trump rallies during the primary season, they they are back fof the donald trump was just here 20 days ago with a campaign stop in manchester, so we'll have to patriot and see what he has to say tonight, we'll be here monitoring that. live in ra cone yeah, jean mackin, wmur news 9. jennifer: two days after the primary votes were cast, granite state democrats gathered to settle their differences and look ahead to november. some have their fingers crossed for an electoral sweep. but as adam sexton explains now,
battle. reporter: the last democratic sweep was in 2008. but political analysts say those were different candidates in a very different political environment. democrats didn't have too much to patch up after a relatively quiet primary season. but nay gathered for their unity breakfast today. >> time and again in washington senator ayotte has demonstrated that she puts her political party and corporate special interest backers ahead of granite staters. being welcomed back into the republican establishment at the g.o.p. unity event on wednesday, carol shea porter says she is ready for round four. >> he should resign, but he hasn. so we will push him out of office. reporter: and colin van ostern gave a nod to the gulf in name recognition between himself and his oppent, chris sununu. >> im runninggainst the son
help. reporter: democrats are quietly confident of a sweep, taking all the major offices, something they haven't done in eight years. but the professor says don't confuse 2016 with 2008. >> it's a really different cast of characters than you had then. you had a popular democrat at the top of the ticket in barack obama. you had john lynch who is one of the most popular politicians new hampshire has seen. reporter: at this point in 2008 on favorability in new hampshire, barack obama was at 53%, shaheen 47%. the latest granite state polls for 2016 put clinton at 36% favorability, van ostern at 15% and hassan at 52%. >> i think it's going to be a heavier lift than it was eight years ago. reporter: nonetheless one that is very much a possibility, insiders on both side say the performance of the presidential candidates down the home stretch
ng 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
jennifer: let's get a look at how traffic is flowing tarn state tonight. this is 293 in manchester from the elliott at rivers edge camera. jamie: peggy james joins us live with a look at your evening commute. peggy: good evening, jamie and jen. a crash on the everett turnpike northbound in nashua, a three-car crash has just been cleared. however the backups are
as you make your way north. on the southbound side people are slowing down to take a look at what happened, so there are also southbound delays at mile marker 8. otherwise 93 north coming up over the state line is moving pretty well all the way up to manchester. keep in mind they are going to do road work tonight that will have one lane closedded between exits 3 and 4 from 8:00 p.m. to 6:00 tomorrow morning. 293 dog well. a slight tap of the brakes through hooksett tolls. concord. 101 west building volume thrgh bedford. an easy ride to and from the seacoast. spaulding turnpike northbound heavy traffic between exits 1 and 5. i'm peggy james. jamie: thank you. the deaths of the parents of a former nascar driver are now under investigation. robert gordonnd his wife sharon were found dead inside their california home yesterday afternoon. robert is the father of former
is his stepmother. police found a rifle in the home but have not determined the cause of death. autopsies are being conducted. jennifer: tonight a suspected serial killer is behind bars in ohio the arrest came after a 911 call from a woman trapped inside a home, and that led investigators to two dead bodies. but as elizabeth hur tells us now, there are still plenty of unanswered questions about this case. reporter: a small ohio town so long for the polic to help our family. reporter: and anger boiling over. >> are you going to let me have a press conference -- reporter: upset community members confronting the police chief and mayor who held a brief press conference to announce that a criminal investigation is now under way following a 911 call from a terrified woman trapped inside this home. >> is there any way you can get out of the building?
him and i scared. reporter: the victim whispering, fearing for her life with her abductor a suspected serial killer sleeping just feet away. >> i kind of freed myself. >> you need to get out. reporter: police arriving minutes later, rescued the woman and arrested0-year-old sean at as stacy stanley, missing since september 8. >> thi guy that did this to her, and these other women, he's a monster. reporter: police say the suspect confessed to killing another woman, leading them to a third body. so far he's been charged with kidnapping and murder. liz hur, abc news, new york. jamie: new hampshire senator
over information that russia may try to interfere with the november election. this follows several high profile hacks that indicate russian involvement. and just days after a house committee her testimony from technical and election experts. in a letter shaheen pointed out that russia has a history of influencing electio in ukraine and the country of georgia. she says the u.s. has a very different system, but in an interview she says there is still real concern. >> i think it's hard to influe is a very real possibility that you can undermine people's faith in the system and i think that's the real challenge and the concern that's been ebbs pressed about what russia is doing. reporter: the department of homeland security is considering whether to designate the election system a critical infrastructure. jennifer an historic announcement for new england's coastline, has traditional industries worried about tear future. president obama today created
the northeast canyonsnd sea mounts marine national monument covers 5,000 square miles just off the cape which is near georgia's bank, but monuments come with restrictions including bans on commercial fishing. there will be a transition period, but eventually lobster and red crab will no longer be caught in this area. a sposman for those industries says they're already struggle and losing this much area could be too much for hayley: good thursday evening, everyone. today was a september beauty, wasn't it? i know we need the rain, but these beautiful sunny days, they're just so nice to enjoy being outdoors. here's a live look in portsmouth right now. the big cargo boat there at the dock this evening, with the clear skies, and you can see up in the lakes region too, totally sunny, not even a cloud to be seen out there.
in what's going to be happening here. it definitely going to be a chilly night tonight with clear skies, light winds and cooler airass on top of us, that's the recipe for the chilly air to really settle in. then it will be sunny through saturday. so tomorrow, and the early part of the weekend looks really nice. ofourse we desperately need rain and looks like we will get some, maybe not the timing is great for some of you if you have outdoor plans on sunday, some bics like we'll be getting drought and this is for the city of manchester. to just give you an ide our deficits, the amount of rain we're down, is actually over the amount that we've received so far this year. since january 1st. so this is a huge deficit right now. we need very heavy rain to pick up on that. nothing like that happening right now. look at this, totally clear skies, maybe a few fair weather includes. you have to look a good
rainfall, out toward the twin cities. eventually this system will start to get closer to us for the second half of the weekend. but in the meantime what you see is what you get, more sunshine and temperatures that will be a right now and where we were are today. we're in the 60's now, whitefield, berlin, about 68 in laconia. 73 inoncord, 71 nashua. cooler at the seacoast at 65. so overnight tonight the coldest night so f season, we'll have moonlit skies, it the full corn moon tonight. and the coldest temperatures will be up in coos county, and there could be frost in these areas, if you still have sensitive plants out there you with temperatures in the low to mid 30's. if you're wondering when we traditional get frost, we're right in the zone for coos county, typically it's between september 10 and 20, in the lakes region more like the 20th to the 30th. you have to wait until october
some time if you still have plants in the ground in southern areas. overnight tonight clear skies, we'll wake up to sunshine and that's how it will be all day tomorrow with slightly wmer temperatures. then saturday is similar, though late in the day watch what happens, clouds will start to increase as the next system approaches, it holds off all day long, so if you have outdoor plans, there a sunshine. and don't those look good, we've got the big greek festival going on in manchester this weekend. a few showers possible on sunday, but don't let that stop you,hey've got tents there. temperatures in the 70's through the weekend. more showers on monday, then we dry out by next week. jamie: baklava ice cream, love
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display cases and then stuffing the diamonds right into their bags. it took about 40 seconds, but the thieves got away with millions of dollars worth of jewelry. authorities say the thieves could be part of a gang that has pulled off heists all across the country. jamie: authorities in florida are looking for a man who robbed a subway after an employee gave him free cookies. the broward sheriff's department says the man returned t t fast food chain later in the evening and demanded money from the register, the employee handed over the cas the suspect left. >> immediately after that happened i quit that store the next day, and i do not work nights any more and i'm just finishing up this week at another store and i'm done. jamie: moving on, and good news for morgan though. her new job is in marketing at florida atlantic university. jennifer: there are 100 days until christmas, which means companies are starting to hire holiday workers. we'll have more on this straight
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 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. 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
police say this investigation is not over. jennifer: armed with an x box, the man who prompted a five-hour standoff only looked like he had a firearm. hayley: we're going to feel the fall chill tonight, and many of us could get a touch of frost. how cool it's going to get. jamie: and an official recall has just been issued for samsung's new phone as we learn more about the dangers facing several smart phone models. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur news 9 at 5:30. jamie: the man who snuck a camera into a department store's changing rooms has struck a plea deal. welcome back,'m jamie staton. jennifer: i'm jennifer vaughn. zachary bishop pled guilty today, but investigators say they have proof of more victims. jamie: and thises can coop kind
the reason they're seeing north of these cases is because of the proliferation of mobile recording devices and their small size. 23-year-old zachary bishop admitted to recording two young girls as they undressed in a target dressing room in bedford. as part of the plea bargain, bishop pled guilty to two counts of violation of privacy. back on june 22, bishop recorded the two girls, ages 14 and 16, in the dressing room of the target on south river road. bishop admitting dressing look adjacent to the girls. >> one of the twoemales did observe something suspicious, reacted to it, confronted the individual, which we don't recommend, but nestles she did. the subject fled. reporter: that led to an investigation and bishop was subsequently identified and arrested. the chief says this case should serve as a warning to everyone to be aware of their surroundings. >> certainly if they see anyone that is acting suspicious, out ordinary, certainly anyone
that makes them feel uncomfortable to any nature, certainly alert store officials, contact the police department. reporter: the chief says they did search bishop's cell phone and as a result they know there are more victims. >> we're still looking for three other females that may have been recorded on june 13 or june 22. reporter: the chief says if additional victims come forward, they will prosecute. as a result of the plea bargain, has to be on good behavior for two years. he must also undergo a psycho sexual evaluation and follow any recommendations. ray brewer, wmur news 9. jamie: a dollar tree employee in malden, massachusetts is facing an upskirting charge after he alley took photos up a customer's dress. a witness says the victim leaned over to look at items on a shelf, when she saw 29-year-old
doing and that's when he reportedly ran into an office. he denies taking the pictures and then deleting them, but police say surveillance video support the victim's claims. jennifer: a stand off in rehoboth, massachusetts, a man threatened to blow a gas station up. this morning as the swat team and police chased down and arrest 38-year-old haened at a rehoboth cumberland farms, the suspect's tense stab krf with police started at 6:30. >> he pull the gas hose off the pump and threatened to blow the place up. he grabbed the gas hose and attempted to light it. reporter: making threats from his s.u.v. parked at the pump for five hours, all while talking to police crisis negotiators. >> so they brought two armored vehicles in and put one in front of his vehicle and one in back,
point he may jump behind the wheel and attempt to flee. reporter: when a third police vehicle boxed the suspect in? >> threw the car into reverse, truck the vehicle and then jumped out and started to run. reporter: police evacuated the area, the cumberland farms clerk, the last person to interact with kimball, says he bought a bic lighter and asked to use the store phone. and kimball was yell at someone. >> there was an argument between his fam reporter: police say this x box game controller is what he pointed at them, pretending to have a gun. police still don't know what the suspect's motives were here at this cumberland farms. rondella richardson, wmur news 9. jennifer: actor mark wahlberg is no longer asking for a pardon for an saul he committed as a teenager. he served 45 days in jail for
punching another man in face. a spokesman said wall berg did not respond to a letter asking to keep the petition open, so it's been closed. jamie: a pembroke farm had a large amount of produce stolen earlier this week. sometime on monday thieves took corn, swiss chard, cucumbers and tomatoes from valley farm, several customers he dropped off donations since hearing the amount of support we've gotten, very humbling. the community is just amazing right now. we've had a couple businesses come in, the tap house in hooksett came yesterday and they bought tons of produce and they're going to prepare it and sell it at the restaurant. reporter: authorities are still looking for the person or people who are responsible. anyone with information on this theft is asked to contact pembroke police. jennifer: nice to see things turn out that way. help wanted signs are out at
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jennifer: let's get a look at the numbers. it was a pretty good day, the dow closing up 177, the&p 500 is up just under 22 the nasdaq is up as well, almost 76 points. retailers starting to announce their plans for holiday hiring. jamie: some of the biggest companies will stay consistent with last year's hiring. target plans to add 70,000 store workers this season with another 7500 in distribution and
several thousand people. and delivery companies are ramping up their seasonal staff. u.p.s. plans to hire 95,000 people for the holidays,ostly package handlers and drivers, that's 2,000 more than last year. jennifer: new developments tonightn the safety concerns over samsung's newest phone. u.s. regulators have just issued a recall for the galaxy note 7. the company already recalled the devices voluntarily. tonight's federal announcement comes avenue reports of these phones here's lauren lyster. porter: this smoky scene in a cafe from a samsung phone, out of nowhere overheating and exploding, according to its owner. and this massive florida car fire blamed by the driver on his samsung phone. he says it ignited on the passenger seat. >> the phone was plugged in, then i see flames come up. reporter: an arizona state university student also claiming he her siz explg smelled burning, only to discover it was
computer at first, but a second after, the intense burning sensation hits my thigh. report these samsung phones are not the note 7 which we have seen explode in dozens of instances. the company is saying to power down until replaced. these new reports of burning phones involve other models like the galaxy f6 and f7. and the consumer product safety commission says it is looking to involve the other samsung phones. so does the company have a broader battery problem? samsung says no, a spokesperson suggesting that samsung's battery issue goes beyond the gallon kaks actiony note 7 are not true the problem is isolated to one battery manufacturer for one specific model the danger for samsung is not just the threat of burning phones. >> samsung has sold phones in such volume for so long that i
reporter: the company is apologizing, offering cash payments for some customers in south korea. in the u.s. a spokesperson saying they are continuing to work with u.s. regulators on solutions. jennifer: still ahead tonight, new information on preventing asthma attacks, which common vimin could make a life saving difference jamie: red sox host the new york yankee this is weekend. jennifer: then, a sight not seen in two decades, the impact of of the drought continues and it's getting worse by the week. and this scene in
the city of manchester, it is now the focus of a homicide investigation. the new information investigators are releasing at
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new york is fighting for a police officer spot while boston holds a slim one-game lead over baltimore for first place in the division. game time at fenway tonight is 7:00. there's a good college football game in hanover this weekend, as u.n.h. travels to take on the big green of dartmouth, saturday night's meeting should be a good one. dartmouth is coming offne of its best seasons in recent history. >> the guys are very excited, it's a big game, u.n.h. is a top
those guys. to have the chance to play a team at that level, we've had a good preseason and we're ready to play. >> this week's home town hero is victor pisani of windham, the senior fullback and linebacker, hoping to lead his team back to the division two state championship game for the third year. we'll have more with victor tonight at 6:00. player for the jaguars. a new study says increasing the amount of violent aminute d -- vitamin d can help prevent asthma attacks. >> those who took a daily vitamin d supplement experienced fewer asthma attacks and were 61% less likely to have a a voter as pa attack. researchers say treating prostate cancer early may not change chances of survival. a study published in the new
are just as likely to survive as those who have surgery or radiation. the results question which treatment is best. and whether any treatment is necessary for early stage cases. jamie: a new report from the c. d. c. says many american adults don't get any exercise at all. reporter: exercise noshes secret that many of us could afford to get more to make but now a new c. d. c. study suggests that adults who may need exercise the most are not getting it. researchers looked at data from a large national survey, finding that one in four adults over 50 are not getting any exercise at all. women, hispanics, blacks and those with chronic diseases even less likely to be active. that's troubling since exercise is linked to longer life and lower risk of heart disease, even certain cancers, and oldary
on others for day-to-day health. so physical activity is crucial, and we're not talking about a gym. opt for the stairs instead of the elevator. get off the bus a few stops earlier. park further away from the store or try standing up when you're watching tv. because the more you get moving now, the less risk of not moving later. with this medical minute, i'm dr. timothy johon hayley: i'm sure a lot of you are enjoying the outdoors over especially today.f days, it was so beautiful. barely a cloud in the sky. and temperatures that were cooler, you could feel the autumn crispness in the air today. look at the temperatures now. 64 degrees in the north country, about 66 in the lakes region. still low 70's in the southern part of the state and monadnock
comes out every thursday, so this was updated today. you can see the extreme area of drought has now spread. just to the south of of concord and now includes areas to the north and west of portsmouth. so these extreme areas are likely down over 15 inches of rainfall. severe drought from concord toward the monadnock region, then lesser drought worries in the northern part of the state. thatoo up north where they've had more rain, that will help to boost the colors there. southern areas are already starting to see a lot of color because of the stress on the trees right now. here's a live look at the satellite andadar, and there's a whole lot of nothing out there, right. totally clear skies, it's been a beautiful day, though of course we really need some rain. high pressure off to our south and west, that means the winds, they're coming out of the north with wind that go aroundigh pressure in a clockwiseotion,
cooler today. as the high pressure starts to move off toward the east, the wind will shift to be more out of the south tomorrow, and that will mean slightly warmer temperatures, and if you're looking for rainfall, you gotta look close. look toward the west, that's the only rain that we have anywhere close by to us, and eventually that will get closer to us as we get into the weekend. look at the high temperatures today, it was a little cool, yes. we were used to temperatures 70's and 80's. we got to 67 in in concord. the average high for this time in september is about 73. so we're right there in most locations. at least from concord and points south. that's where the temperatures remain at the moment. concord at 73, but it already cool up north, 64 degrees in whitefield and littleton, so it's goingo be real chilly in the northern community overnight. 7:00 a.m. tomorrow morning at the bus stop for the kids, it's going to be chilly, definitely
but in the afternoon you can shed it because it going to be warm again, back into the 70's with the bright sunshine. here's our saturday. we're going to start out with bright sun, later in the afternoon clouds will move in. that changes on sunday. here comes some much needed showers. notice they're spotty, we'll get at least a couple showers in here, but it's not an all day rain and not washout. overnight tonight, coldest temperatures up north, you see the 30's up in berlin, littleton, advisory for coos county, if you still have sensitive plants in the ground. you want toover them up tonight. watching the tropics closely there's a couple of storms at playere. ian won't have any impact on us. watching tropical depression 12, that may form into the next named storm, we'll see. tomorrow temperatures in the 70's. bright sunny low humidity, a big weekend up at loon mntain for the highland games, and looks like the first part of the
brenda willis: when washington bureaucrats threatened access to mammograms, kelly ayotte stopped them. david goethel: and when red tape threatened torush new hampshire's fishing communities, kelly fought to save us. cheryl coletti-lawson: kelly's legislation on the heroin epidemic will help save lives. jamey french: kelly reaches across the aisle to conserve our environment... becky stafford: kelly is so committed to our veterans and cares about our needs. marc baillargeon: kelly protected our jobs at the shipyard. kelly is one of us. veteran: she's not forgotten where she's come from. brenda willis: she cares. dean kamen: that's kelly - an independent leader, y: i'm kelly ayotte
jamie: breaking us in in new york, these are live pictures outside of pern station where poli shot a man who was attacking officers with a knife. the suspect is this critical condition right now. two officers were injured in the attack, they a okay. jennifer: switching gears tonight, a new project is under way to map all the stars in our galaxy. the european space agency is leading the mission to create a 3d map of the milky way. it hopes to chart 1,000 stars in the next year, that is just 1% of the stars in the galaxy. jamie: a moon balloon, the inflatable moon was part of an
china this week blew away the balloon. there she goes, it rolled across the construction site on a busy road before they got it under control. and the gianting on dinosaur that thousands of drivers see on route 1 in saugus, massachusetts is staying put the 20-foot statue has stood in a mini golf course sce 1958. residents feared that it would disappear after the land was recently sold to a developer, but a project partner said the dinosaur will stay jennifer: right, it's this city is it. great food, gorgeous scenery, friendly people. and what's better than doing something awesome in manchester? doing it for free. we hear you. that's why a-a-r-p is hosting fun, free, informative events. like wine tours and movie premieres. plus, we're offering resources to help you achieve your goals. and we're finding ways to make manchester even more livable. so if you don't think, "this is right for me" when you think a-a-r-p
investigating a deadly shotting inanchester, the new details just released. >> plus focusing on new hampshire, today both top of the ticket campaigns are here rallying voters. we have live team coverage. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. jamie: the attorney general's office is investigating a deadly shotting in manchester, good evening, i'm jamie staton, in for tom griffith tonight. jennifer: officersresponded to merrimack and beech streets last night for a report of shots fired, that's when they found the victim. reporter: the attorney general's office has ruled this a homicide. the investigation is ongoing, as officials continue to try to piece together exactly what happened. this was the scene last night at that intersection, of merrimack and beech streets. about 6:45 when the shots were
identified as 25-year-old jonathan vasquez ojeda of he died last night at the hospital. neighbor residents are on edge. there have been several reports of shots fired in the area in reason days. as far as the homicide goes an autopsy was conducted today. >> the cause of mr. vasquez ojeda's death was a gunshot wound to the chest and he certified the manner of homicide. >> it terrifies me, especially for people with children and street, you've got kids riding their scooters. it's absolutely horrible. reporter: again, the investigation is ongoing, anyone with more information is being asked to call manchester police. for now, live in manchester, naoko fun ayama. >> extreme drought conditions have expanded, they include more of hill where county and par of