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>> breaking news this morning, an explosion rocks a manhattan neighborhood leaving dozens injured. the new overnight developments in this investigation. posing as a police officer. the warning officials have for drivers and what you should do if you're pulled over. >> rain showers and heavy downpours on radar right now. our sunday and how much beneficial rain we could get. amy: new hampshire drug crisis. how the community is coming together to help stop addiction. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do, wmur news 9. amy: good morning. w hampshire, it's 6:00 on this sunday, september 18th and i'm amy coveno. we're tracking new york where an explosion in manhattan left 29
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they're calling this intentional, but no apparent link to terrorism. ray raimondi is live with the latest. >> the second dries was safely removed from the area. and as of now there is no connection to terrorism and we're getting the first glimpse of the explosion captured on surveillance video. take a look from a different angel. debris flying, and pedestrians frantically running for cover. >> we heard an explosion, boom! >> it was so loud it started shaking my body. i turned around and looked and in the middle of street, there was a big cloud of smoke.
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this showing the aftermath of the explosion, debris scattered everywhere, the explosion reportedly coming from a dumpster on the street. >> there's like this big flash of light and everything was-- >> nothing going to happen, ok? nothing going to happen to you. >> this cell phone video capturing the moment a good samaritan helping a bloodied victim, one of 29 injured. >> there is no evidence at this point of a terror connection. say they believe the explosion was an intentional act. k-9 searching the area. >> as of this time the exact cause of the explosion has not been determined. >> new york city on high alert as the president is expected to arrive here later today and ahead of hundreds of world leaders and dignataries coming
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expected to arrive. >> and new from new york, a new hampshire man was about four blocks away and he described it as chaotic and many were concerned with their vehicles. >> emergency vehicles with all sorts of pitches and tones and volumes and styles of sirens you can imagine. nothing i've heard in new england. emergency vehicles racing through on different most update to date information on the explosion in manhattan. when download our app for the latest breaking news 24 hours a day. >> back at home it's shaping up to be a beautiful fall day. hayley lapointe joins us for a look. >> beautiful if you like rain and i know a lot of of you really want some rain and we need it desperately. there's some moving through.
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especially in the western half of the state. it's not going to be a washout. temperatures are in the 60's and it's going to feel more like a full day because of the humidity starting to creep up. in fact, this afternoon, we'll have high temperatures in the 70's, low 80's and with the humidity, it will feel warmer than that and a little stuffy, too. >> coming up, i'll talk about how much of this beneficial rain we're going to receive and keeping an eye on the too, the new developments there, the latest ahead. >> manchester police are investigating a motorcycle crash. investigators say the motorcycle driver was the only person injured. it's unclear what caused the crash. we now know the man involved in a rollover crash in goffstown.
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st. anselm driveway. a man was-- a man was issued a warrant, and a man died and mike cronin has the latest from manchester. >> may have left the area. this is the man wanted in connection to a manchester murder. >> a judge issued an arrest warrant for billy daniel maldonado, also known as billy maldonado. >> the attorney general's office says that 23-year-old billy maldonado of manchester is suspected of killing jonathan
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chest and. >> the warrant is for showingly causing the death of mr. vasquez oj ojeda. >> it's possible that mr. maldonado left the area, but the investigation is ongoing. >> he's puerto rican, 5-7, short dark hair, facial hair and brown eyes. >> mr. maad with a firearm. anyone who sees him do not approach him, but call the police. >> neighbors are hopeful police find the suspect. one told news 9 off camera. there were several witnesses that saw the shooting. >> some of the people over there saw what happened. >> if you have any information on maldonado's whereabouts or anything related to this investigation, you're asking to call the police.
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amy: a piece of sculpture in manchester vanished and the creator of the bronze crosswalk statue says someone removed a beetle made by one of his student. he's offering a $100 reward no questions asked. days after 40 animals were dropped off the pope memorial spca, a 21st walk for the animal held at delta dental field saturday. dozens showed up for the events with their pets. the goal was to raise $40,000. staffers from the spca says this money is needed now more than ever after the recent increase of animals in their care. >> we were expecting five to come in, we ended up with 40, 38
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and we got six more and keep coming in. >> any way you can help by attending an event like this is great. amy: the money raised will help spay and neuter the 40 animals that were dropped off. the come connecticut vengs continues in manchester. special guests, a costume contest and a booth called pokeaid, it pokemon go to help the community. they're selling raffle tickets to benefit the new hampshire food bank. >> and pokemon go, we'd set up where they're playing and collected donations for the food bank and canned goods. >> their goal is to donate 1,000 meals this weekend. laudable goal. new developments in the deadly shooting rampage.
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>> good morning, new hampshire. 11 minutes past 6:00. there's a live look in meredith. you can see it's raining there. we've got wet pavement and going to be climbing into the 70's and even 80's. you'll notice the humidity with the showers coming through. i'll show you the hour by hour forecast. amy: at least eight people were taking to the hospital after a stabbing attack at a minnesota shopping mall. police say an officer duty police officer shot and killed the unidentified suspect. police say that all of those in the hospital suffered nonlife threatening injuries. the mall remained on lockdown following the attack. police now have identified the
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shooting in philadelphia. police say nicholas glenn shot and wounded a police officer in her car, in her cruiser, i should say. glenn went on a shooting spree as police chased him, killing a woman and wounding others. he was later shot by police officers. he left a note talking about hatred for police officers and prop carrying a private school's football team from south carolina. the front left tire of the bus blew, causing the bus to strike the median and side swept an overpass before coming to rest. a small plane crashed into a home in arizona after catching fire last night. it was carrying sky divers for a fair according to police. four passengers and the piem
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the time of the crash and they escaped without injury. a night filled with fantasy and fun for a good cause. inside the annual chad story book ball. no chariot. >> we begin with a sunrise, look vo: kelly ayotte says she's on our side, but on our rights, she's squarely with donald trump: trump: planned parenthood should absolutely be defunded. vo: ayotte agrees, voting six times to do just that - defund planned parenthood. and both oppose our right to safe and legal abortion. ayotte: i certainly think that roe should be overturned... trump: ...there has to be some form of punishment. matthews: for the woman? trump: yeah, there has to be some form. vo: ayotte and trump:
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governor of new hampshire. sunday, 10 a.m.
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lapoint. hayley: good morning, everyone, we're waking up to rain showers. not often that's been happening to us. you can see live in sanbornton, we've got the rain showers coming down and light to moderate rainfall. 64 degrees, winds out of the west at about 5 miles per hour. evernight the clouds thickened up and now we're mostly cloudy state. they're not like saturday morning and we hope we don't have this like last week. these are not strong storms, they're gentle showers and much-needed rainfall across the state. there could be embedded heavier downpours and there looks like darker green color showing up in central portions of new hampshire. this is a cold front, it's going
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state. you're going to notice it outside and maybe if you have the windows open, the humidity is starting to come in more and you'll notice a sticky feel to the air. this is desperately needed rainfall, particularly in the southeastern part of the state. we're in an extreme drought. talking good 10 to 20 inches bow low the annual precipitation that we typically get in that red area. this will dent, but it will help. any bit of rain at this point will help us. >> 66 degrees in concord. 68 in manchester. in the 60's as well into plymouth and whitefield. it's not a chilly morning because of the clouds and showers. few people in the low 60's right now. so the dew point is the measurement of the moisture in the area. that shows you that the humidity is starting to go up a little
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and 50's, the crisp autumn-like feel and that starts to go up with the dew points into the mid 60's and feel more on the uncomfortable, stuffy, muggy side. we'll have the scattered showers moving through, i think the wettest part of the day will likely be this morning and then once we get to mid day, what you see here, there will be scattered showers moving through and a lot of dry time in between. if you have outdoor activities today, i wouldn't cancel them, just have a have the showers moving through. for tomorrow morning, with the kids waiting at the bus stop. more showers and thunderstorms rolling through before finally things start to wind down monday afternoon. how much rain are we talking? new this morning, our commuter models have upped the numbers. heavier downpours, may get over an inch of rain. we will take it.
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mam. >> the forcast today. dairy, 81, plaistow, and anded overtilton, temperatures in meredith and temperatures in bethlehem and lingering showers on monday and then, amy, it looks like we dry out, tuesday, wednesday, thursday, this summer j us goes on. amy: goes and goes and guns goes. >>. hayley: hitchcock children's hospital hosted a story book ball last night. as cherise leclerc tells us, it
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illnesses. >> from buzz lightyear to woody from toy story, it's an enchanting night to remind the community how important the work is at chad. >> the funds raised at an occasion like this, truly specialized pediatric care. >> it was designed to delight parents and remind people of the reason they're there. they crafted the amazing tables. i knew i could offer my creative services for something just so worthwhile. >> seles simpson's daughter was a patient of chad when she was first born. >> chad helped my daughter and my family and i wanted to inspire others and get them to come out. >> wmur's owneren fehlau hosted
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opioid parents and they'll show how thankful they are. >> one less stress to the parents and warms my heart. i will do this every year as long as they continue to do it. i love it. >> i'm charisse leclerc, wmur news 9. amy: coming up next on news 9. if you're looking for something fun to do, we'll tell you what's happening, new hampshire. a franklin.
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narrator: over and over it's been their agenda: anything to defund planned parenthood. kelly ayotte and washington republicans voted 6 different times to defund planned parenthood. they're on a crusade to block services new hampshire women and families depend on: cancer screenings, birth control, basic women's healthcare. kelly ayotte and washington republicans have put defunding planned parenthood at the top of their agenda... and it's time for that to change. ggie hassan
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>> welcome back. there's a lot going on for the family across the granite state. it's a great day for a run or perhaps through the water. here is a look what's happening, new hampshire. >> have some fun in the water with your pup today. exeter is down at the pool. dogs can swim, play, or enjoy an organic frozen yogurt. the event starts at 11 a.m. and ends at 4. head to ride for the granite heroes. participants run to honor and remember fallen service members from new hampshire. the run starts at 9 and is free to everyone. celebrate the arts in canterbury
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market starts at 10 a.m. and wraps up by 5. tickets are $12 for adults and under six are free. >> it's hard to believe that holidays are around the corner, shipping giant ups will hire 95,000 people. and that's different when they hired last year 93,000. they're looking for package from $10 an hour to $30 an hour. and a certain percentage from hired permanently. and general motors says its new electric car beats tesla. the bolt can go 238 miles on one charge enough to drive from new york to washington d.c. the chevy bolt will be available to the public later this year
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here is a look at what's coming up in our next half hour of news 9 this morning. we're continuing to track that breaking news out of new york. dozens were injured in an explosion. what we' learned about this investigationment finding a solution to new hampshire's drug crisis. the rally in manchester and how the community is coming together. we head into the break with a live look at hooksett. the roads look slick out there. much needed rain in our area and brenda willis: when washington bureaucrats threatened access kelly ayotte stopped them. david goethel: and when red tape threatened to crush 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...
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aillargeon: 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, fighting for new hampshire. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte and i approved this message. 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. corporate special interests are spending
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like the koch brothers. kelly ayotte: paid for by big oil; voting for big oil. not working for us. dscc is responsible for
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, it's 6:30, i'm amy coveno. we begin with a live look at hampton beach. peaceful there. 57 degrees, the top stories on the half hour, an explosion in new york that left nearly 30 people injured.
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franklin police searching for a police impersonator. officials say a woman reported being pulled over with a man with blue lights on the car. they checked the license, registration and aid before letting them go. addiction awareness, rally for recovery for those who survived their addictions. let's check in with hay hayley: good morning, it does. it's going to be a whole new tropical air mass coming in with the rain showers, we have moving around the state and concord they're at 66 degrees. mostly cloudy and a few showers moving through and they're just about to move into the concord area. so, you can see across the state here, the smattering of showers, nothing severe, not expecting anything like last sunday morning if you remember with the gusty winds and the very strong thunderstorms we had moving
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might be heavier downpours, you see near laconia just to the north of concord into the canterbury stretch of 93. might be slowing going because of the heavier rainfall. it's not a cool morning and in fact, not going to be a cool afternoon. we are going to climb up to 80 degrees in concord and 81 in nashua and the thing is with the showers and just this kind of dampness, it's going to feel humid as we continue into the in a few minutes. >> breaking news in new york after an explosion rocks a chelsea neighborhood in manhattan. injuring 29. one of the injuries is considered serious. police now calling the fact intentional, but saying there's no apparent link to terrorism. >> there is no evidence at this point of a terror connection to this incident, this is preliminary information, it's something we will be investigating very carefully,
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>> whatever the cause, whatever the intention here, new yorkers will not be intimidated. we're not going to let anybody change who we are or how we go about our lives. >> the cause of the explosion has not been determined and police removed is second suspicious device away from the site of the explosion. officials say there is no credible threat to the safety of new yorkers. >> the new york blast happened hours after a pipe apart a plastic garbage can in seaside, new jersey. the bomb exploded along the charity run called the semper five to benefit marines and sailors. the race was put behind schedule. the fbi has taken over that invest investigation. for the latest on these and others stories, visit our website, wmur.com.
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being pulled over by a man with blue lights on his car. and mike cronin is in franklin. mike: it was a strange situation. police say the suspect pulled the woman over and asked for her license, registration and let her go. police officer are looking for a man who pretended to be one of them. a woman was pulled over on newham road by a manh wearing a dark uniform. police say he asked for her license and registration. >> she provided the documents to the male suspect at which time he asked for the age. he stated she was ok and to leave for the evening. >> the bizarre encounter appears to be the only one that police are aware of. >> officers increased patrols in the area. and stayed with the victim at her home. >> no badge or firearm was
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uncomfortable and wrong with that situation. >> the impersonator is described as a white man about 5-9, weighing about 170 pounds, clean shaven with short hair. he was driving a dark colored pickup truck. police are following up on leads concerned by the suspects' actions. we take pride in what we do. we try to provide a safe and secure environment for our citizens us. >> if faced with a similar situation, police recommend driving to a well-lit area and calling 911. >> if you do feel there's any suspicious on being pulled over, we recommend you call 911 immediately. if you don't feel comfortable stopping, that's acceptable, a also. i would stay on the phone with 911. >> posing as a police officer is a felony and this suspect could face three and a half to seven
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police. >> in franklin, mike cronin, wmur news 9. >> to maine now, a two-year-old boy is recovering after almost drowning in the kennebec river. the boy was struggling in the water and yelled for help. a man on the opposite side of the river heard the cries and managed to pull the child so safety and performed cpr until first >> the only thing above water was his hoody and diaper. they're trying to figure out where his guardians were and whether any charges should be filed. more than 50 firefighters were off the seen at hacket hill road last night and called off after tough conditions. the red cross says it's providing support to those first responders. another town in the granite
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the director is urging people who live there to take steps to reduce their water use. officials are asking them to turn off the faucet while washing your hands or brushing your teeth and wash only full loads of laundry, each of those actions can reduce a lot of water use. we turn now to new hampshire's drug crisis. the manchester community came together to stop f they provided resources to those battling addiction. and helps the connection to recovery services and helps those celebrating being in recovery. >> if you're a family that has someone who has addiction, this is a great place to come. >> they know that hope is a resource, they know the name, the brand and know they can go. we are a tickled to death we can
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>> hope for recovery sessions, derry, claremont, newport and berlin. happening today, in the north country, walk in the fight against addiction. at the take a walk in our shoes-- it's take a walk in our shoes event in conway. the addiction awareness walk starts at 10:00 this morning at shuler park a day after president obama declared this week, prescription heroin awareness. >> and there is a tree that was from a seed from japan. >> the first ever rev it up for heroes event. which featured a car show.
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commemorate the 50th anniversary of the war. we hope you stay with us. coming up next, they played the granite bowl in hanover last night. could dartmouth knock off unh for the first time in 40 years? we'll have a wrap-up of the game in sports. >> it looks like an exciting game and dry. that's not the case now. we have showers moving across the state. how long these last on your sunday ahead. >> coming up on new hampshire's business, a new study on stores you and i know and shop.
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>> welcome to new hampshire's business. i'm fred kocher. few retailers appreciated or prepared for the challenge of online shopping. that, plus other developments, are part of a study that's just been made of retailing in southern new hampshire by key point partners in burlington, mass. and we're going to talk about
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to interesting to see what's happening to them with my guest, who is bob sheehan, from key point partners in burlington, mass, a real estate services company. >> thank you. >> welcome. >> thanks for inviting me. fred: you did this research and we'll show the audience some of the stores. this is the first group. sters expanding fit lab, dick's wal-mart, whole food markets, tractor supply, bob. what is significant about that list? >> well, i'd say, one, because it says the state of new hampshire and liquor is sold in the state liquor stores, very popular, particularly for massachusetts residents coming out. so, where we grew the space in that category was down in nashua
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largest in the entire chain of state liquor stores. >> and wal-mart is expanding, tractor supply is expanding. >> they continue the trend ongoing tore -- for a number-- decades. they've transition today a super center concept and this year did that in manchester. a couple of years ago in the seabrook market whe and find a replacement location. >> and dick's sporting goods has been expanding as well? >> dick's as well. and dick's is going to take advantage of the dictation of sports authority as well. >> let's go to the list of stores that are contracting. they're not growing. and they are macy's, sports authority which you just mentioned, gold's gym, sears, ac moore, which is arts and crafts as everybody knows, and gap.
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>> macy's heading the list, they closed down the bedford location and they actually demolished it, it will be redeveloped as a mixed use development. but macy's has recently announced 100 department store closings, department stores in general have been losing market share to online business, online sales, on a regular basis. >> and so has sears on this series of issues though. it hasn't been managed very successfully. >> so they're closing stores as well. >> absolutely. >> in new hampshire? >> they haven't closed in new hampshire yet. they did reduce space in salem and that's where dick's took over a large space in the upstairs level of that location. >> now, you did this research
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through july of 2016. it's a 12 month study periodments you did this really as key point partners, which is a real estate term and public service. >> that's correct. >> let's go to the cities and towns. this is the group of cities and towns with the lowest retail vacancy, nashua, exeter successful, take advantage of the massachusetts shopper in a big way. 50% of the total sales being done in those retail hubs are coming from out of state and massachusetts. >> and the highest retail vee vacancies, and what is significant about that list?
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exception of manchester, one property can-- we can point to one property in each of those towns as the major contributor to the vacancy. so, it's not-- it's not really a health issue for the entire town, it's more property specific. >> more property specific. >> yes. >> bob sheehan of key point partners, interesting stuff. we don't usually get that kind of data on retail in new hampshire, so thank you. >> thank you very much. fred: if you want to look at the and click on project economy. >> now, meteorologist hayley lapoint and your storm watch 9 forecast. hayley: good sunday morning, everybody. we're finally weeking up to much needed rainfall you see across the state if dublin. the scattered showers across the state, too, wet pavement there in dublin and a pretty shot there in warner. doesn't always have to be sunny
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south at 9 miles per hour. so here is the latest on the satellite and radar and you can see all of the scattered showers moving through. it's not this one big area of heavy downpours or rain moving through and it's certainly not the severe storms like we had a week ago. we had some heavier downpours, especially when you get into the lakes region, it looks like places like ossippee and wolfeboro, wherever you see rng 0 and yello route 16 corridor here, that's where you get the pockets of heavier downpours and probably hearing it as you wake up and sipping your coffee with us this morning. especially if you live on the eastern side of alton and wolfeboro. this is later stuff when you get into derry, windham, pelham, and this is moving toward the coast. over the next couple of hours, we will be in and out of the showers and that will be the general theme through the day here as this cold front very
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ahead of it though is some-- this tongue of tropical moisture coming out. so that means today is going to feel a lot more humid and it's actually going to be pretty warm, too, despite the clouds and the showers. so, here are the temperatures now. we're waking up into the 60's, certainly not like friday morning, we're waking up in the 30's, a big difference there. you see the dew points in the 60's in some spots. that's that juicy air starting to creep in and it's going to feel muggy today. here we go through the morning here and we'll probably have some long times where it will be dry. and then you'll get maybe a few scattered showers or downpours moving through. that will be the theme throughout the day here. monday morning and back in school and another round of scattered showers and thunderstorms will move through. tomorrow is a similar day. mostly cloudy with the on and off showers moving through. and this is some beneficial rain. take a look at some of the numbers that we could be
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than that to help quell this drought. these are the latest numbers for manchester and every day that goes by and it's dry, we just add to the numbers. we need over 16 inches of rainfall. to even make a real dent in the drought in manchester. here is the latest on the tropics, watching this tropical storm. it's tropical storm carl and it is forecast to become a hurricane and it looks like it may head toward the east coast. but we're a that coming anywhere close to the united states. we'll keep a watch on it. muggy and warm, temperatures in the 70's and even low 80's. on monday, tomorrow. more scattered showers. dry out, tuesday, thursday, and showers, and maybe some up north on saturday. but amy, it's still warm today, people might even need the ac just to take the edge off the humidity. so it's definitely a warm
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needed and shouldn't interfere with the fairs. >> they're going to be spotty and should be-- maybe bring an umbrella and you're good to go. >> thanks, hayley. >> 6:48, an update on our top stories, breaking news in new york after an explosion rocks the crowded chelsea neighborhood. there's no apparent link to terrorism. police in franklin are looking for a he had blue lights on his car. 5-9, about 170 pounds, clean shaven with short hair. the manchester community came together yesterday in an effort to fight the new hampshire drug crisis. hope for new hampshire recovery held a rally at veterans park and provided resources to those battling addiction. >> now, jason king and news 9 sports. >> great college football game up in hanover last night.
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granite bowl for the first time since 2008. unh ranked opponent. it would be a huge win for dartmouth as they open up their season last night. it was 7-0 dartmouth in the first, coughs is up. and brendan recovers from dartmouth, that did not lead to any points. and picked off by keel. the sophomore takes it 61 yards the other way for and they were tied at 7. rider stone has a huge hole to run through, find open field and goes deep into unh territory, but they push the ball from behind and that turnover would lead to a long drive and trevor knight caps it off with a 27 yard touchdown, 14-7 unh. dartmouth trailed 21-10 and
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touchdowns and a buck 30 to play for the go ahead store. dartmouth beats unh for the first time in 40 years. st. a's lost on the road. they fall to 0-3 and plymouth state beat west connecticut state and also on the road the panthers are off to a 3-0 start. the red sox closing out-- not closing out. playing game three of the four-game series down at fenway. left and makes it 3-0 new york. rally. , the red sox would bottom 3, david ortiz with a rbi ground out to get bogaerts across home plate. bottom of the 7th, 5-4, yankees with a runner on third, and mookie betts hits a chopper. and later in the 7th. adam warren throws that in the dirt of the betts will score the
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it out. three straight against the yankees, 6-5 the final and yesterday, they'll close out the series prime time tonight at 8:00. and craig stetwitch is playing in the senior golf champiship in st. louis, missouri. after the first round. he's tied for 48 at four over parr, shot a 75 on saturday. good luck to him in round two. and patriots play their the start time down at gillette stadium against the miami dolphins. that's sports, have a great sunday. >>. amy: you, too, jason king.
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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
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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.
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>> a big shark in massachusetts now has something in common with david >> at the white shark conservancy. they named him, of course, big papi. this is the 19th tagged guy this season. he looks kind of nasty. >> a little intimidating, maybe. amy: kind of like big papi. hayley: although he's not nasty. amy: in a good way. [laughter] >> so, here is a look at the se seven-day forecast. continuing showers on and off
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downpours, too. lingers showers on monday, about 75, warm tuesday up near 80 degrees and then we'll cool off late week with sunshine, chances of showers on friday and saturday and again, it's muggy out there today. >> my gosh. >> they need the extra hair spray for us ladies. >> o not, just give it up. the news continues at the top of the story. we're continuing to track breaking news out of new york. 30 people are injured.
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>> breaking news this morning, an explosion rocks a manhattan neighborhood leaving dozens injured. the new overnight developments in this investigation. posing as a police officer. the warning officials have for drivers and what you should do if you're pulled over. hayley: rain showers and heavy downpours on radar right our sunday and how much beneficial rain we could get. >> new hampshire drug crisis, how the community is coming together to stop addiction. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, new hampshire on this sunday, september 18th. we're tracking news in new yk where an explosion in manhattan left 29 people injured saturday night.
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calling this act intentional. there's no apparent link to terrorism. ray raimundi is live with the latest. good morning to you, ray. hayley: the second device discovered by authorities was removed here from this area just a short time ago. the mayor of new york city says he suspects as of now, no connection to terrorism and this morning, we are getting our first glimpse. explosion captured on surveillance video. >> watch this surveillance capturing the moments when the blast occurred. take a look from a different angle, debris flying, pedestrians frantically running for cover. >> we heard this explosion and boom! >> it was so loud, it started shaking my body. so, i turned around. i looked, and in the middle of the street. there was a big cloud of smoke. >> police say chaos erupted around 8:30 saturday night.
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aftermath of the explosion and debris scattered everywhere. the explosion reportedly coming from a dumpster on the street. >> there with as a big flash of light. >> nothing going to happen, ok? nothing going to happen to you. >> this cell phone video capturing the moment a good samaritan helping a bloodied victim. one of 29 injured. >> there is no evidence at this point of a terror connection (siren sounding) said authorities believe it was an intentional act. counterterrorism and k-9's searching the area. >> at this time the cause of the explosion has not been determined. new york is on high alert, especially with the president expected to arrive here today and ahead of hundreds of world leaders and dignitaries arriving in new york for the new york
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back to you. amy: new from overnight, a new hampshire man says he was about four blocks away from the explosion last night and described the scene as chaotic and says many in the area were concerned for their safety. >> emergency vehicles with all sounds of different pitches and tones and volumes and styles of sirens you can imagine, stuff i've never heard in new england before. emergency vehicles racing on through from lots of different angles. ammu the explosion in manhattan. download our app for the latest breaking news 24 hours a day. back at home. rain showers are moving across the state at this hour. meteorologist hayley lapoint joins us with a look at the forecast. hayley: it's actually a nice sunday when you wake up to a little bit of rain when we desperately need it when we do. it's a nice, calm start to the
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heavier downpours moving through and it looks like concord is now getting in on the action and just to the east of concord, you've got that yellow color. that indicates a heavy downpour soon. temperatures in the 60's, it's going to be a mild day and also very humid. we haven't said that in a while. it's going to feel a bit more sticky as the rain showers move through this afternoon. look at that, near 80 in concord and elsewhere, temperatures more li coming , i'll show you the timeline of when the showers move through and how much of this beneficial rain we're looking at ahead. >> and manchester police are investigating a motorcycle crash. investigators say the driver was the only person injured. it's unclear what caused the crash and the commercial street was closed during a time of the investigation last night. to new details, we are we now
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anselm drive when an suv overturned. presti was able to get out of the vehicle and walking around wht officers arrived. he was charged driving while intoxicated and possession of controlled drugs. the search continues with a man in manchester. a warrant was issued for billy maldonado when they found a man with a gunshot wound and he later died. mike cronin has the latest from suspect in this investigation and they say he could be armed and may have left the area. >> this is the man wanted in connect today a manchester murder. >> a judge issued it arrest warrant for billy daniel maldonado, also known as billy
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killing jonathan vasquez ojeda who later died at the hospital. >> he's wanted for shooting of a firearm and knowing second degree murder. >> investigators say they're doing everything they can to find maldonado. >> it's possible that m mr. maldonado left the area. but the investigation is ongoing, puerto rican, 5-7, brown eyes. >> mr. maldonado may be armed with a firearm. so anyone who sees him is urged not to approach him, but to call the police. >> neighbors concerned by the latest developments are hopeful police find their suspect. one told news 9 off camera, there were several witnesses who saw the shooting. >> there were some people over there, like, they saw what happened. >> if you have any information on maldonado's whereabouts or
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mike cronin, wmur news 9. >> a piece of sculpture in nature has vanished and the search is on to find the person who took it. the creator of the bronze crosswalk statue, there was a small beetle, and the sculptor montenegro is offering a $100 reward for the return of the beetle. no questions asked. find his address on wmur.com. days off 40 off at spca in concord, a fundraiser was held. the walk was held on saturday at delta dentist. dozens showed up with pets in tow. staff says this money is needed now more than ever after the recent spike of animals in their care. >> good morning. >> we were expecting five to come in, we ended up with 40. 38 cats, two dogs, mostly
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we continued and yesterday, we got six more. we today are getting more and more animals coming in. opening people's eyes and letting them know it's in the community by attending an event like this is great. >> the money raised will help spay and neuter the 40 animals that were dropped off. >> well, the 2016 comic c conneconv among the games was pokeaid, for the pokemon go to help the food bank. >> pokemon go, we set up where pokemon players are playing. we set up donations for canned goods for the food bank. their goal is to donate 1,000 meals this weekend. new developments on the shooting rampage in philadelphia.
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>> good morning, new hampshire. 11 minutes past 7:00 now. there's a live look in portsmouth. it's 67 degrees. we have on and off showers mo be prepared for dampness and mugginess coming back in the air today. there will be dry time, too. i'll show you the forecast coming up here. amy: at least eight people were taken to a hospital after a stabbing attack at a minnesota shopping mall. and an off duty police officer shot and killed the unidentified suspect. police say that all of those in the hospital suffered nonlife threatening injuries. the mall remained on lookdown
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an unidentified shooting. nicholas glenn shot an officer in her cruiser. he later shot and killed a woman. and injuries others. he left a note talking about hating police officers and parole officers. a bus was school's football team. the front tire of the bus blew, hit the median and sideswiped an overpass before coming to a rest. >> a small plane in arizona was carrying sky diver for a fair accord to go police. the four divers and the pilot were able to get out before the
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>> now, meteorologist hayley lapoint and your srm watch forecast. hayley: good sunday morning. we're taking up to clouds and a few scattered showers moving through. we need this rain so badly and it's going to be welcomed today. there will be scattered showers and it's not an all-day washout type of thing. temperatures are in the 60's across the state. 67 degrees at the seacoast, 63 up in the north country and now, of co this rainfall. especially from manchester, down through rockingham county where there's an extreme drought. some need 10, 15 inches of rainfall just to get up to the average amount that we would have at this time in the year. up in the north it's not as much of a problem because of better rain showers that moved through in the summer and spring, too. this is welcomed across the state. we can see some of the scattered showers moving throughment there
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wherever you get the darker shades of green near epsom here and toward concord, warner, even yellow shades of color showing the pockets of heavier rainfall, all along i-89, even 93 this morning, it is a damp ride in keene, too. light to moderate rainfall coming down and that's to be expected as we go through the day here with a cold front that's dropped across the state up to the north. but ahead of stream of tropical moisture coming up with the system. so that means not only will today be warm. some of us may actually hit 80 degrees and it will be quite humid. you're going to feel the stickiness in the air, particularly once we get to the afternoon. no, it's not the 30's like we had a couple of mornings ago. instead, we're in the 60's, feeling more like an august morning. as opposed to a september morning. even mid september now. now shall the dew points,
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jumped up to 64 degrees, when you have dew points that warm like that, that's when it starts to feel sticky, almost borderline uncomfortable and it will continue to go up the dew points as we go through the day here. we're on the muggy side and reprieve from the humidity on tuesday, and certainly once we get to mid week on wednesday. here is how things go today. scattered showers, and there will be times where it's dry, just mostly cloudy and at other times, pocketsf downpours, maybe a rumble of thunder moving through. same thing is true on monday, a round of scattered showers and thunderstorms and then tomorrow, still some scattered showers possible in the afternoon. finally on tuesday is when we clear things out again. how much rain are we looking at here? >> depends where you are, and don't take the numbers as rock solid here. it's going to be where the heavier downpours are set up.
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we will take it. hopefully is falls here in rockingham county. you see 80 degrees in chester today and manchester. derry 80, salem to 80. jaffery 75 in the mid lakes region and plymouth about 78, cloudy and muggy and 76 degrees in berlin. lancaster 77 degrees. lingering showers in the 70's and muggy, finally a break from the humid and thursday, sunshine, a few showers possible the end of the week, but it's nice to see the rain falling. amy: we usually give that two thumbs down for a sunday, but-- >> it's relaxing to listen to. amy: it's a night filled with fantasy for a great cause. hayley: dartmouth hitchcock
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it offered hope and resources to families impacted. >> from elie the elephant, to w woody from toy story and buzz lightyear, how important the work is at chad. >> the kind of funds raised at occasion like this, helped us with pediatric care. >> more than 30 people used their creativity to create the storybook themed tables and reminding everyone of the reasons they're there. families touched personally, crafted the amazing theme tables. >> i knew i could offer my services for something worthwhile. >> she was a patient of chad when she was first born. >> chad helped my daughter and my family, so i really wanted to inspire others and get them to
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wmur's owneren fehlau emceed the event. the hospital says they'll continue to host the event. >> it warms my heart and i will continue to do it. i love to do it. amy: coming up next on news 9 this driver is going the extra mile to make sure her students are ready for school each and every day. in our next half hour of news 9. a warning for anyone driving in
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>> a school bus driver in california is putting her heart and soul into the children she takes to school every day. reporter adam story. >> i had a kid on the bus and well, he was coming up, and i noticed that his shoes were just like flopping everywhere so i told him, hey, i'll fix your shoes for you if you have another pair to wear tomorrow. the first time when i brought the shoes back, kid went crazy. >> what first seemed to be crazy is now her cause. >> i like your shoes. >> fixing up the shoes of her elementary and middle school passengers and polishing up to
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me happy just to see how happy they were. >> she's fixed more than 40 pair so far this school year. the before and after photos of her work speak for themselves. >> the kids go through them so quickly, it better to just try and fix them up and use them as long as you can. it's something that helps the parents and kids and i don't mind doing it. >> the cost to fix the kids' shoes was starting to add up, but instead wrote is letter to her favorite paint and glue company. >> i told that the kids might need shoes fixed and they sent me a huge amount of paint, paint brushes, rags, cleaners. >> now days with plenty of supplies, she wants to help as many people as she can. >> put on your seat belt. >> it's from my heart when i do it, you know, i'm not expecting nothing from these kids, nothing
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do good for people especially here in town. here in stockton, it's known as a bad city to a lot of people, but it's my hometown and if i could give back, i want to. amy: something to learn there, right? hard to believe, but the holidays are right around the corner and shipping giant ups will announce 95,000 people for the season. and that's up from 93,000. they're looking for package ranging from $10 to up to $30 an hour. roughly 37% of seasonal hires in the last three years have been hired permanently. general motors says its all electric car beats tesla when it comes to how many miles you can drive on a single charge. it can go enough from new york to washington d.c. it will sell for just over
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this morning. we're continuing to track that breaking news out of new york this morning. dozens were injured in an explosion. what we know now in an investigation. finding a solution to new hampshire's drug crisis. the rally held and how the community is coming together. we head into break with a live we head into break with a live look at meredith. golden outside or fluffy inside. deep pockets or delicious ridges. tasty egg or savory bacon. new belgian waffle breakfast sandwich. it's not this or that. it's all of it.
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a police imposter. a woman reported being pulled over by a man with blue lights on the vehicle. they reportedly checked the registration and age and let her go. dozens entered in manchester to raise addiction awareness and celebrated those who survived their addictions. we'll get to those stories and more. first, let's check with hayley lapoint with a look at the forecast. >> hi, hayley. >> good morning, amy. wee across the state here. fog, low clouds and 67 degrees along with the showers comes the humidity. it's going to feel sticky today. there are the scattered showers moving across the state at times, off and on. and especially once it gets to the afternoon and definitely dry times in there, too. there are pockets of heavier downpours just to the north and west of concord. anytime you get yellows and orange like that, that's a pocket of heavier downpours.
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down faster over the next couple of minutes there. 66 degrees there, 66 in manchester and nach wa and 67 in portsmouth and lebanon. we are going to have a smattering of showers coming through, maybe for a couple of hours it might be dry for mid day and this afternoon. climbing into the 70's and 80's with the humidity levels starting to spike. i'll show you by hour forecast coming up here in a few minutes. >> breing news overnight in new york after an explosion rocks the chelsea neighborhood in manhattan injuring 29. one of those is considered serious. they're calling the act intentional and say there's no apparent link to terrorism. >> there's no link to a terror connection to the incident, this is preliminary information and it's something we will be investigating very carefully, but there is no evidence at this
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the intention here, new yorkers will not be intimidated. we're not going to let anyone change who we are or how we go about our lives. >> the cause of the explosion, police removed a second suspicious device they discovered four blocks from the explosion. officials say there's no credible threat to the safety of new yorkers. >> and after a pipe bomb tore apart a garbage can in seaside, new jersey. it exploded along a charity run called semper five to benefit marines and sailors. thousands lined up, but the delay of the registration, but it hyped schedule. the fbi has taken over the investigation. >> for the latest on these and other stories, visit our website, wmur.com. back here in new hampshire, franklin police are looking for
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the impersonator. wmur's mike cronin is in franklin with details about what happened here. >> it was a strange situation. police say the suspect pulled a woman over and asked for her license, registration and age. and then let her go. >> franklin police officers are looking for a man who pretended to be one of them. >> friday night, around 8:30, a woman was pulled over and new hampton road by a man with blue and white lights on her car and police say he asked for her license and registration. >> she provided the documents to the male suspect. asked for her age and stated to her that she was ok and also to leave for the evening. >> the bizarre encounter appears to be the only one that police are aware of. >> officers increased patrols in the area, and stayed with the victim at her home. >> no badge or firearm was displayed during the incident,
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uncomfortable and something was wrong with the situation. >> the impersonator is described as a white man, 5-9, wearing about 170 pounds, clean shaven with short hair. he was driving a dark colored pickup truck. police say following up on leads concerned by the suspect's actions. >> we take pride in what we do and there's a lot of training that goes behind that. we try to provide a safe and secure environment for our citizens in franklin and found that to be alarming to us. >> if faced with situation, police recommend driving to a well-lit area and calling 911. >> if you do feel that there's any suspicion pulled over, call 911 immediately. if you don't feel comfortable stopping that's totally acceptable, also, stay on the phone with 911 and advise them where you are and what is going on and we can try to dispatch a unit. posing an a police officer is a felony and this suspect could face three and a half to seven
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to call the police. mike cronin, wmur news 9. amy: thank you, to maine now where a two-year-old boy is recovering after nearly drowning in the kennebec river. a bystander is credited with saving the toddler's life. the boy was struggling in the water and yelled for help. the man managed to pull the child to safety and perform cpr. >> he was blue, completely submerged. the only t part of his hoody and his diaper. they were trying to determine where the child's guardians were and whether any charges will be filed. >> crews will be out to battle a brush fire. >> more than 50 firefighters were off the scene at hacket hill road. they were called off due to tough conditions. they're providing support for the first responders. >> another town in the granite state is in danger of low water levels. the director of emergency
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people to lived there to take steps to reduce the water usage. people are asked to stop watering the lawn, reduce your shower time and wash only full loads of laundry. each one of those can reduce a lot of water waste. >> and turning now to new hampshire's bringing crisis. the manchester community came together to stop addiction at the rally for recovery in veterans park. battling addiction. while it hop to make the connection to recovery services, it's also time for people to celebrate being in recovery. >> if you are family that has somebody affected by addiction and you want to learn about what you can do to help them, this is a great place to come. >> people know that hope is a resource, they know a name and brand and we're takeled to death to be able to develop that for the community and the state.
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manchester, derry, claremont and berlin. and happening today in the north country, walk in the fight against addiction. at the take a walk in our shoes event in north conway. the addiction awareness walk starts at 10:00 in shuler park, one day after president obama declared this coming week, preparation opioid and awareness week. >> a part of history is growing in the granite state. yesterday, planted a seed that came from-- hiroshima. the medical center held a ref it up for heroes event. dozens of vietnam veterans were there. and they received pins to
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of the war. >> a new device could revolutionize organ transplants. it's being used right here in new england. how it's helping save more lives. >> some more scattered rain showers on the way as we make our way through this sunday and it's going to add up. i'll talk about how much rain we could expect ahead. >> week through of the high school football season is in the books already.
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>> a company's high-tech upgrade for organ orcogans are usually put on ice from donor to recipient. massachusetts is the first to use a liver from a box that keeps the organ working the entire time. >> lloyd and terry have been married 46 years, and they're counting on many more, but earlier this year, his future looked bleak.
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yellow. i was pretty close to checking out of here. >> 30 years of fatty liver disease led to cirrhosis and ultimately liver cancer. >> i had three tumors in my liver. >> surgeons removed the tumors and determined lloyd was a candidate for a liver transplant. dr. james markman performed the operation. how they used the box revolutionize the transplant industry. >> how ground breaking? >> a major advance. >> it's made by trans mettics in andover, putting it indeed rather than on ice, athem look at the quality. >> we try to keep it as in the body. we think that keeping it on the pump may improve the organ.
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who ty used the box. >> we won't know if they're done, the biggest innovative step in many years. >> you're a lucky man. >> i wouldn't be here were it not for the generation donation of the family. >> now, meteorologist hayley lapoint. >> we've got showers moving across the state and also with the showers, a lot of moisture in the airment you can see actually some thick fog sanbornton. winds out of the southwest there at 7 miles per hour,s a the rain moves through. less fog in portsmouth. there are scattered showers nearby and be prepared for the showers, really, at any time today. about 67 degrees in portsmouth. winds out of the south at about 6 miles per hour with the overcast skies there. so, here is the latest satellite and radar, it's mostly cloudy and youight have some showers moving through and all depends
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in the concord area, we've had a couple of downpours move just to the north side of concord and headed toward loudon here. no lightning with these. these are pockets of heavier rainfall, not like last sunday morning where we had the severe storms marching across the state. there is a gentle rain though there might be pockets over pelham and windham, and hudson where the rain picks up in intensity off. there's a cold front to our north and west and ahead of it this tongue of tropical moisture coming along with the showers, so that means the humidity is going to creep up. you'll feel it as you step outside or open up the windows, it can feel that the moisture in the area is starting to creep up and it will continue to do that as we get into the afternoon here. >> here are the temperatures, we're waking up into the 60's, so it's not a cool morning.
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64 degrees in nature as well as up in berlin about 63 degrees in wild field. the dew points tells you the story of the humid. it's a measurement of the moisture in the air. whenever they're move 60 degrees, it's noticeable tropical moisture. you can see a lot of spots now, starting to go from the pleasant air mass to the sticky and uncomfortable air mass, it won't get oppressive as we get into the day today. but it will be somethingt least there will be some dry times in here, especially mid day. ob be on the lookout for a scattered thunderstorms and likely get another round when you're headed back to work and school and maybe scattered downpours then. another day with showers before you foo in-- finally clear out on tuesday. this is beneficial rain.
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counties. some areas maybe an inch or more of rainfall. that would be welcomed. especially considering in manchester we're down about 16 in as much as. watching the tropics very carefully here, you see carl trying to get his act together. this is tropical storm carl. it has 40 mile per hour winds and it's forecast to be a hurricane the next couple of days come closer to the united states within the next couple of weeks. we'll keep an eye warm and lingering showers, back out, tuesday, wednesday, into thursday and on friday and saturday. overall, after monday, this week looks dry again. i know so many people are looking forward to crisp fall air a weather. hayley: i want to rock my bootsment you still need flip-flops these days. amy: our top stories breaking
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chelsea neighborhood in manhattan. the authorities are he calling it intentional, but no apparent look to terrorism. and looking for a man who is posing as a police officer. described as a white man, 5-9, 170 pounds, clean shaven with short hair. the manchester community came together in an effort to fight the drug crisis. they held a rally a park and resources to those battling addiction. >> now, jason king and news 9 sports. >> hey, everyone, we'll start with the granite bowl back at memorial field. playing for granite state, bragging rights. dartmouth hadn't beaten unh in white a while. 7:0 dartmouth when the camera got there and the big green
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brennan recovers for dartmouth. deep in unh territory, but did not lead to points. second quarter, 7-zip, kengan picked off by keel. takes it 61 yards the other way for a unh touchdown and tied the game at 7:00. big play for both seems here, rider stone has a big hole to run through and finds open field. a hyped and the wild cats recover. that turned over to this. trevor knight 27 yards to keiren presley for the score. that made it 14-7 unh. dartmouth trailed 21-10 and rallied with two fourth quarter touchdowns and hit mack with a buck 30 to play for the go ahead score. dartmouth beats unh for the first time in 40 years, 22-21 the final score.
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and the panthers are 3-0. how about some high school football? a rematch of last year's d-3 title game, newport and inner lakes moultonborough. brian kelly to brothers who goes almost untouched over the right side. 21-0 inner lakes. brothers had 181 yards and four touchdowns. elsewhere, franklin, the first quarter the bears on the board. hunter tierney pitches to dominic. and he takes it for the short touchdown. still in the first, tierne is going to go to the air this time and finds a wide open garrett patton. another touchdown for winnisquam. the bears just too much. they win 33-2.
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the blue devils in the blue uniforms, 6-0 toppers, but jake runs the counter on the right side. a couple of defenders miss and he's gone, 95 yards to the end zone and that's 8-6 after the two point conversion, but somersworth takes control. this was picked off by ray mills, a nice return that set up a touchdown. somersworth, a good game both teams are one and two. basingway rushed for 182 yards and two touchdowns for monadnock as they win 47-0. hanover and st. thomas remain unbeaten with winds in souhegan. the cavaliers win 40-14.
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timber lane. they're now 3-0. big day for carter chouinard who had two interceptions and a kick return for a score. the red sox and yankees continued their series at fenway park. david price on the mound after his 8th consecutive win. off to a rocky start. 1-0 new york in the third. and gary sanchez with a two-run homer. three-zip yankees in front. the bottom of the third though, 3-1. david season and scores bogaerts at the third. 5-4 yankees, bottom of the 7th. mookie betts ties it at 5:00. and later, one is thrown in the dirt and betts will score the go ahead run. red sox win again 6-5, the final score, they've won three straight over the yankees and close out the series in prime time tonight at 8:00.
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their home opener this afternoon at 1:00 against the miami dolphins. that's sports, have a great sunday. amy: thank you, jason king. now to our u local hotshot. a beautiful shot of the memorial bridge lit up in portsmouth. that's an angle we don't usual sigh see.
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>> well, a big shark in massachusetts has something in common with david ortiz. hayley: they recently tagged this 15-foot white male shark and named him big papi. this is the 19th tagged great white this season. amy: i wonder how big papi feels about his namesake? >> i don't know. amy: and now to an interesting sight along a virginia road where an unusual character is helping in the fight against litter a man dressed as darth vader, it may be a lot of work, but enjoys seeing passing motorists light up when they see him. he's had people stop to take pictures. hayley: love it, so creative there. amy: it's great. hayley: so we do have showers moving across the state right now and this is welcomed rain.
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what we can get. on and off showers, and dry times as well. if you're headed to the patriots game or red sox later on and seeing big poppy this eek. inning it will be a washout. mostly cloudy, lingering showers on monday and then back to sunshine and dry weather by mid week this week. amy: that long range forecast looks like summer. hayley: it's warm. amy: the news continues at the top of the mour and toda t the breaking news out of new york. a left nearly 30 people injured last night.
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>> breaking news this morning. an explosion rocks a manhattan neighborhood leaving dozens injured. the new overnight developments in this investigation. posings a police officer. the warning officials have for drivers and what you should d hayley: rain showers and heavy downpours on radar right now. when these move through during our sunday and how much beneficial rain we could get. amy: new hampshire drug crisis, how the community is coming together to help stop addiction. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, new hampshire. 8:00 on sunday, september 18th. i'm amy coveno and we are
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an explosion injured 29 people. let's go to ray raimondi in new york. good morning. >> there's a heavy police presence in the area where the explosion occurred. a second device according to authorities has been removed. at this point there is no link to terrorism and right now, we're getting our first look at the explosion moments when it happened, captured on surveillance >> watch this surveillance video capturing the moments when the blast occurred. take a look from a different angle, debris flying, pedestrians frantically running for cover. >> we heard this explosion and i mean, boom! >> it was so loud, it started shaking, and i turned around and i looked and in the middle of the street there was a big cloud of smoke. (siren sounding)
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saturday night. this aerial footage showing the aftermath of the explosion, reportedly coming from a dumpster on the street. >> there's like a big flash of light and niche everything out. >> nothing going to happen, ok? nothing going to happen to you. this cell phone video capturing the moment of a good stair tan helping a bloodied victim, 29 terror connection. >> but the mayor of new york did say they believed the explosion was an intentional act. counterterrorism officers and k-9 searching the area. >> as of this time, the exact cause of the explosion has not been determined. >> and new york city is on high alert, especially with the president expected to arrive here later this afternoon and ahead of hundreds of world leaders and dignataries coming to new york for the u.n. general
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monday. ray raimondi, abc news, new york, back to you. amy: thank you. and a new hampshire man says he was four blocks from the explosion last night and describes it as chaotic. many in the area were concerned for their safety. >> all sorts of vehicles with pitches, tones and volumes and size of sirens you can imagine. stuff i haven't heard in new england through from lots of angles. amy: wmur is the latest on the explosion in manhattan. when you're not on the air, the latest breaking news, 24 hours a way. a gorgeous fall day, meteorologist hayley lapoint in for josh ap a look at the weekend fall cast-- forecast, fall, a stretch, right, hayley?
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at this point we all like the rain. we need it desperately. you can see in portsmouth there some wet pavement with the showers rolling through. scattered showers for concord and portsmouth. 66 degrees in those communities and here is the latest on the satellite radar and, yes, we've got and on and off showers and in keene, pockets of rainfall. temperatures in the 60's, a slow temperature climb, but we will likely get into the 70's, maybe low 80's in a couple of spots this afternoon. especially when we dry out mid day. we'll have long periods of time where we'll be dry, but there is still the threat of some scattered showers and even thunderstorms as we get into the second half of the day, too. i'll show you the full hour by hour forecast and how much rain we're going to get ahead. >> match police are investigating a motorcycle
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injured. it's unclear what caused the crash. commercial street was closed for a time last night during the investigation. and to new details now, we now know the name of a man involved in a rollover crash in goffstown. they say that connor presti was driving when his s.u.v. overturned. he was able to get out of the damaged vehicle and walking around. when officers arrived he was driving while possession of controlled drugs. >> the search continues for a man wanted in connection with a fatal shooting in manchester. a warrant was issued for billy maldonado when they found a man with a gunshot wound who later died. mike cronin has the latest. mike: authorities now have a suspect in the investigation and they say he could be armed and may have left the area. this is the man wanted in connection to a manchester
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maldonado, also known as billy maldonado. >> the attorney general office says that 23-year-old billy maldonado of manchester is suspected of killing jonathan vasquez ojeda, the victim was shot in the chest and later died at the hospital. >> the warrant is for knowingly causing the death of mr. investigators say they're doing everything they can to find maldonado. it's possible that mr. maldonado left the area, but the investigation is ongoing. >> he's puerto rican, 5-7 with short dark hair, facial hair and brown eyes. >> mr. maldonado may be armed with a firearm so anyone who sees him is urged not to approach him, but to really call the police. >> neighbors, concerned by the
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one told news 9 off camera, there were several witnesses who saw the shooting. >> there are some people over there, they saw what happened. >> if you have any information relate today this investigation, you're asked to call the police. mike cronin, wmur, news 9. amy: thank you. a piece of sculpture in manchester is missing and now the search is on for whoever took took a beetle that went with it. a return of the beetle no questions asked, you can find his information on our website wmur.com. a fundraiser was to-- held for walk or the animals. dozens showed up for the event with their pets.
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staffers from the spca says the money is needed now more than ever after the recent increase of animals in their care. >> we were expecting five to come in. we ended up with 40. 38 cats, two dogs, mostly kittens coming into our care that were totally unexpected and we continued. yesterday we got six more so we just every day are getting more and more come in. letting people know it's here in the community and anyway to help by attending the event like this is t. neuter the 40 animals dropped off. >> the 2016 comic con is at the radisson in manchester. it went around new england for special guests. among the vendors there was a booth called poke aid. it's a group that uses the game pokemon go to help the community. they're selling to help the new hampshire food bank. the pokemon go started bringing
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they're playing and collecting donations for the food bank and canned goods. >> the goal is to donate 1,000 meals this weekend. >> coming up, new developments on the deadly shooting rampage in philadelphia. the evidence that they say the gunman left at the scene. a fiery crash from the sky. how all four 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.
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>> good morning, hooksett. and we have some wet pavement along i-93. occasional showers moving through and 66 degrees. more on the timing of the showers, and when we could see a few breaks today. that's coming up. >> at least eight people were taken to a hospital after a stabbing attack in a men min shopping mall. that happened around 8:00 last night officials say they shot and killed an unidentified suspect. police say all those in the hospital suffered nonlife threatening injuries.
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>> police identified the gunman in friday night's deadly shooting in philadelphia. investigators say nicholas glenn shot and wounded a police officer while she was in her cruiser and went on a shooting spree as police chased him. killing a woman and leaving four more wounded. investigators say that glenn left a note about hatred of police and probation officers. police are investigating after four people were killed and dozens injured in a crash in north carolina. the bus was carrying a private football team from south carolina. preliminary investigation reveals the front left tire of the bus blew, causing the bus to hit the median. it sideswiped an overpass before finally coming to rest. a small plane in arizona carrying sky divers for a fair, according to police, the four passengers and pilot were able to bail out of the plane before
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hospital and there were two people inside at the time and they escaped without injury. still to come this morning, a night filled with fantasy and fun for a good cause. we'll take you inside the annual chad storybook ball. no chariot required. it's 8:13 on this sunday morning, we offer you a live look along the seacoast.
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vo: kelly ayotte says she's on our side, but on our rights, she's squarely with donald trump: trump: planned parenthood should absolutely be defunded. vo: ayotte agrees, voting six times to do just that - defund planned parenthood. and both oppose our right to safe and legal abortion. ayotte: i certainly think that roe should be overturned... trump: ...there has to be some form of punishment. matthews: for the woman? trump: yeah, there has to be some form. vo: ayotte and trump: wrong for new hampshire women.
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>> now, meteorologist hayley lapoint and your storm watch 9 forecast. hayley: good sunday morning, everybody. here is a live look across the state. you see we've got lots of clouds and scattered showers moving through and a little bit of low clouds and fog in there as well. temperatures are starting out o we're in the 60's across the state and that's where we've been pretty much all night long. we desperately need some rainfall. so this is definitely welcomed rain that's coming in during the day today. we're in an extreme drought for areas to the south and east of concord. in rockingham county, we need 10 to 20 inches of rainfall in terms of precipitation.
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dent. nowhere near the 10 inches that we need. maybe some places could get an inch or so over the next 24 hours or so. here are scattered showers. looks like heavier rain and steady rain is in the southwestern part of the state at the moment. i'll show you right over keene. there are pockets of heavy downpours. whenever you see the orange and yellow covers, that indicates the pockets these are not thunderstorms at the moment and not expecting anything severe during the day today. passing showers, maybe a rumble of thunder, that will be it as the cold front me anders across the state. ahead of the cold front, we're in this air mass that includes some tropical moisture. so it actually feels humid and will continue to get more humid as we get into the afternoon here. and here are the temperatures for all of us in the 60's, 67 degrees in manchester and 66
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high. you see they're now into the 60's and even some places in the mid 60's. so whenever you have dew points starting to climb into the mid 60's, that means it feels sticky and maybe even uncomfortable and that's how it will feel later this afternoon with the dew points continuing to go up. tomorrow's another muggy day and then finally, tuesday and especially into wednesday, the humidity really starts to shut off and we get back to more of the fall feel in the air. we will not have a washout of a day, so it's not the sustained rain continuing all day. by mid day, a lot of us will dry out. we'll have long periods of time where it will be dry. tomorrow morning when you're getting back to work and going to school for the kids waiting at bus stops and scattered showers, maybe some heavier downpours moving through and then in the afternoon we might see some sun trying to poke through the clouds, but certainly by tuesday, that's when we'll really see things
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this will be so nice if it actually comes to fruition. between three quarters of an inch to an inch of rainfall is a good bet for a lot of areas. especially with the heavier downpours. the forecast today, 80 in rochester with a few showers and lots of clouds, and near 80 in derry, 80 in salem. 75 in jaffery. scattered showers and muggy, 78 in plymouth and up in the north country today, a few scattered showers g upper 70's. so monday lingering showers and then it's going to be warm again. officially near 75 with a mix of sun and clouds, and some are just hanging in there. >> hanging in there, absolutely. >> well, it was a night filled with fantasy and story book characters for a heart warming cause. >> the children's hospital at dartmouth, hitchcock, hosted the annual storybook ball last
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leclerc tells us-- >> from buzz lightyear and woody from toy story, it was a night to remind the community mou important the work is at chad. >> the kinds of funds raised in an occasion like this help us provide specialized care. >> there were tables designed to delight parent and reminding everyone the reason they're there, parents and families personally touched by the hospital created the themed stables. >> i knew i could provide my creative services for something. >> her daughter was a patient of chad when she was first born. >> chad helped my daughter and my family, he so i really wanted to inspire others and get them
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>> wmur's own erin fehlau treated babies born to opioid addicted parents. >> and this is one less stress for the parents and it warms my heart. i will do this every year as long as they tcontinue to do it i love it. amy: coming up next on news 9, if you're boy, do we have a list of ideas. we'll tell you what's happening new hampshire. a warning for anyone driving in
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>> plenty of activities for the families going on across the granite state. go for a run perhaps or take the dogs out for a time in the te your pup today. exeter is hosting a doggy splashdown at the pool. dogs can swim, play and have a rough relay or enjoy an organic dog yogurt. it starts at 11 a.m. and ends at 4. head to ride at granite state heroes. the 6th annual run for the fall. they remember fallen servicemen from nom.
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celebrate the arts at cant canterbury art festival. it wraps up by 5, tickets are $12 for adults and six for kids. children under six get in free and that's what's happening, new hampshire. amy: hard to believe it, but the holidays are around the corner. shipping giant ups announced it will hire 95,000 workers ahead of the season and that's up from last year, when ubs hired 93,000 people for temp jobs. the company i package drivers and seasonal pay changes $10 up to $30 an hour. roughly 37% of season al hires in the last three years have been hired permanently. general motors says its new all electric car beats tesla when it comes to how many miles on a single charge. the chevy bolt can go 238 miles per hour before needing a recharge, enough to drive from new york to washington d.c the chevy bolt will be available to the public later this year
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$37,000. here is a look what's coming up in our next half hour of news 9 this morning. we continue to track that breaking news out of new york. what we know now about the investigation. and finding a solution to new hampshire's drug crisis, the rally held in manchester and how the community is coming together. you're looking live at hampton beach, hayley lapoint here with 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 ading the fight regarding this opioid epidemic.
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she's definitely a leader. i just love annie.
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brenda willis: when washington bureaucrats threatened access kelly ayotte stopped them. david goethel: and when red tape threatened to crush 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. brenda willis: she cares. dean kamen: that's kelly - an independent leader, fighting for new hampshire. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte
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like we do. now, wmur, news 9 this morning. >> good morning, it's 8:30, i'm amy coveno. we begin with a live look at the big lake in meredith. clouds hanging around. haze out there. 65 degrees and muggy this morning. here is a look at top stories on the half hour. an explosion in new york left nearly 30 people injured last night. is under intense investigation. it appears the blast was intentional and have not linked
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>> franklin police searching for a person, a man with blue lights on the vehicle and reportedly checked her license, regulation and age before letting her go. dozens gathered in manchester yesterday to raise addiction awareness, the rally for recovery celebrated those who survived their addictions. we'll get to those stories and more in a moment. first, let's check in with meorologist hayley lapoint with a look at the forecast. >> hi, good morning, the state. manchester 67 degrees, it looks like the pavement is still wet there. we have on and off showers, the name of the game through the day here. especially this morning and you can see heavier downpours over chesire county. wherever you see yellow on radar, those are pockets of heavier rain and expect things to pick up soon in concord and the warner area, and jaffery as well. temperatures are in the 60's as a mild start to the morning. one of the big things you'll
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summer-like warmth is the humidity. we'll get up near 80 degrees in the upper valley, concord near 81 and 80 in rochester and 77 in the lakes region with these on and off showers and there could be a rumble of thunder or two. especially as we get into the afternoon, but not a washout of a day. i'll talk about how much rain we're going to get and also track the latest on the tropics, a couple of storms moving through there. the latest on that ahead. >> breaking news overnight in in manhattan, injuring 29. one of those injuries is considered serious. police now calling the act intentional, but say there's no apparent link to terrorism. >> there is no evidence at this point of a terror connection to this incident, this is preliminary information, it's something we will be investigating very carefully, but there is no evidence at this point of a terro connection. whatever the cause, whatever the
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not be intimidated and we're not going to let anyone change who we are or how we go about our lives. >> the cause of the explosion has not been determined. police also removed a second suspicious device. they covered four blocks away from the explosion. there is no credible threat to the safety of new yorkers. a pipe bomb exploded in new jersey along the charity run called semper five. the fbi has taken over that investigation. for more information on these and other stors, always, visit our website, wmur.com. this morning, police in franklin are looking for a man posing as an officer after a woman reported being pulled over by a man with blue lights on his car. now, authorities are warning
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what happened. mike: it was a strange situation. police say the man pulled the woman over and asked for license, registration and age and then let her go. friday night at 8:30. a woman was pulled over by a man with blue and white lights on his car and wearing a dark uniform. police say he asked for her license and registration. >> she provided the documents to the male s to her that she was ok and also to leave for the evening. >> the bizarre encounter appears to be the only one that police are aware of. officers increased patrols in the area. and stayed with the victim at her home. >> no badge or firearm was displayed during the incident, but she felt uncomfortable and felt something was wrong with that sways. >> the impersonnater is described as a white man, 5-9,
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short hair. he was driving a dark colored pickup truck. police are following up on leads concerned about the suspect's actions. we. >> we take pride in what we do and there's a lot of training that goes behind that. we tried to provide a safe and security environment for our citizens here in franklin and we found that to be alarming to us. >> if faced with a similar situation, police recommend driving to a well-lit area and calling 911. >> if you do feel suspicious on being pulled over. we recommend calling 911 immediately. if you do't feel comfortable stopping, that's acceptable. what i was doing, advise them the way we are and try to dispatch a unit. posing as a police officer is a felony and this suspect could face three and a half to seven years in prison. anyone with information is asked to call the police. in franklin, mike cronin, wmur news 9. to maine now where a
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kennebec river. a bystander is being credited with saving the toddler's life. the boy was struggling in the water and yelled for help. a man on the opposite side of the river pulled aside. first responders arrived. >> he was blue and completely submerged. the only thing above water was part of his hoody and his diaper. amy: right now, police are trying to figure out where the child's guardians were during the incident and whether any charges crews will be held back out to battle a brush fire, more than 50 firefighters were off the scene and called off after tough conditions. they were providing support. another town in the granite state is in danger of low water levels. in nashua, they're urging people to reduce water use. officials are asking people to stop watering their lawns altogether and turn off the
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and full loads of laundry: turning now to new hampshire's drug crisis. the rally for recovery at veterans park. hope for new hampshire recovery created the event which provided resources to those battling addiction. while the event hopes to make the connection to recovery services, it's a time for people to celebrate being in recovery. >> if you are a family tha and you want to learn about what you can do to help them. this is a great place to come. >> people know that hope is a resource. they know the name, they know the brand and they know they can go there for answers. >> hope for new hampshire recovery has centers in manchester, concord, derry, claremont, newport, and berlin. >> happening today in the north country. walk in the fight against addiction, at the take a walk in
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the addiction awareness walk starts at 10:00 this morning in shuler park, a day after president obama declared the prescription opioid and heroin epidemic awareness week. a part of history is growing in the granite state. at st. anselm, it was grown from a seed that survived in hiroshima. the ginkgo tree survived the nuclear blast and is considered a symbol of >> people gather to honor people, held the first ever rev it up for heroes event. dozens of veterans across the state were there. they received pins to commemorate the 50th and versus i of the war. we hope you stay with us. they played the granite bowl, could dartmouth knock off unh for the first time in 40 years? we have a wrap-up of the game in
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thunder andhen the sun returns coming up. fred: stores that you and i know and i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. dofix the problems we face. an well i don't believe that's how you get things done in our country. it takes democrats and republicans working together. that's how we got health care for 8 million kids. and got the treaty cutting russia's nuclear arms. we've got to bring people together. that's how you solve problems and that's wt
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narrator: over and over it's been their agenda: anything to defund planned parenthood. kelly ayotte and washington republicans voted 6 different times to defund planned parenthood. they're on a crusade to block services new hampshire women and families depend on: cancer screenings, basic women's healthcare kelly ayotte and washington republicans have put defunding planned parenthood at the top of their agenda... and it's time for that to change. i'm maggie hassan
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>> welcome to new hampshire's business, i'm fred kocher. few retailers a few years ago appreciated for prepared for the challenge of online shopping, that, plus other developments
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just been made of retailing in southern new hampshire by key point part partners in burlington mass. it's stores that you and i shop at. it will be interesting to see what happened to them, with key point partners burlington, mass, a real estate services company. >> thank you. fred: nice to have you here. >> thanks for inviting me. fred: you did research that's the stores. and here is the first group. these are the stores expanding in southern new hampshire. fit lab, dick's sporting goods. wal-mart, whole foods market. mattress firm, state liquor store and tractor supply. bob, what is significant about that list? >> well, i'd say, one, because this is a state of new hampshire and liquor is sold in the state
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residents coming up. so, where we grew the space in that category was down in nashua right on the state line. a brand new store, one of the largest in the entire chain of state liquor stores. >> and wal-mart is expanding, tractor supply is expanding? >> wal-mart is expanding and they continue through the trend, and it's been ongoing for a number-- yeah, decades, actually, where they've converted the a super center concept and this year, they did that in manchester. a couple of years ago they did it over in the seabrook market where they'll close out the traditional store and then find a replacement location. fred: and dick's sporting goods has been expanding as well. >> the liquidation of sports authority as well. fred: let's go to the list of stores that are contracting and not growing and they are macy's,
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mentioned, gold's jim, sears, ac moore, which is arts and crafts, as everybody knows, and gap. about this list, what is significant here? >> well, macy's, heading the list, they closed down the bed ford location and they actually demolished it and it will be redeveloped as a mixed use development. but, macy's has recently announced 100 department store closings, and department stores in general have been market share to online business online sales on a regular basis. fred: so is sears on this as well? >> sears has a whole different series of issues though. it hasn't been managed very succe successfully. fred: they're closing stores as well, in new hampshire? >> they haven't closed in new
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level of that particular location. fred: now, you did this research when? >> we did this-- the data that we have in the report covers from july of 2015 through july of 2016. it's a 12-month study period. fred: you did this for key point partners a real estate firm and as a public service. >> that's correct. fred: let's go to the stays and towns, this is the group of citind retail vacancy, salem, hudson, nashua, and what did you find in the towns? >> nashua and salem are successful retail markets. they take advantage of the massachusetts shopper in a big way. there's as much as 50% import dollars. 50% of the totals sales being done in the retail hubs. it's coming from out of state and massachusetts. fred: here is the highest retail vacancies.
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londonderry and merrimack and just about 10 seconds, what's significant about that list? >> well, for the most part, with the exception of manchester, one property can-- we can point to one property in each of those towns as the major contributor to the vacancy. fred: right. >> it's not really a health issue for the entire town, it's more property specific. fred: bob sheehan of key interesting stuff. we don't usually get that kind of data on retail in new hampshire. so thank you. >> thank you very much. fred: if you want to look at those communities and stores again, go to wmur.com, click on news and click on project economy. >> now, meteorologist hayley la points and your storm watch 9 forecast. hayley: we're waking up to clouds, fog, drizzle, light showers moving through. you can see on this dublin camera, yeah, we've got wet
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have, where we're waking up to rain. the clouds in warner, 66 degrees, winds out of the south at 9 miles per hour. not expecting an all day rain here, these are going to be on and off showers that continue through the morning here and probably have some dry times mid day and beyond. some steadier, heavier rain coming into the southwestern corner of the state and wherever there's that's picking up on the rain, between jaffery and mass line. and heavier downpours of rain and derry down to salem and londonderry and heavier downpours and pockets of rain. this is headed to the east and northeast, get ready hampton and portsmouth. you'll likely see that picking up in the next half hour or so. this is the cold front, it's
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state and in fact, it's going to park itself on top of us. probably the next 24 hours, scattered showers on and off today and even into the beginning of the day tomorrow. along with the rain comes some warmer air and almost a tropical-like air mass, too. the temperatures are in the 60 he is an and climb into the 70's and low 80's later this afternoon, but the big deal is the humidity. it's going to start to creep up already. noticing that. you see dew points in the so the humidity going up away from the crisp fall-like air we've had recently. instead, back to more of that august, almost july feel with the sticky and uncomfortable air returning. though not expecting oppressive humidity with this system moving through. so, on and off scattered showers the rest of the day and there will be drive times, too, where it will be cread. monday is similar, getting up and getting going in the
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that trend continues tomorrow as well before we fully clear out for the tuesday. how much rain are we looking at? in some of the lucky areas we get some of the heaviest downpours, could be easily over an inch of rainfall and put that into perspective. it helps with the drought and doesn't put a dent in it. we need over 16 inches of rain in manchester to get close it average for what we would expect to have by this time in the ye this is tropical storm carl right there. not looking that impressive and it's way the hey out in the atlantic and may make an approach to the united states. here is today's forecast. warm side. 70's and 80's across the state. monday, 75, scattered showers, still muggy and then finally get rid of the muggies and feel a little more like september. though, look at the temperatures, still in the 70 he
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tuesday, wednesday and thursday, and another chance for showers comes in on friday and saturday. >> first official day of fall was i not listening over there? >> thursday, and it looks like the continuation of summer. >> sure, well, thanks, hayley. >> an update now on the top stories, breaking news in new york after an explosion rocked the clouded chelsea neighborhood in manhattan. 29 people were injured in the explosion and authorities were calling the act intentional, but no apparent link to terrorism. >> police in officer after a woman reported being pulled over by a man in a truck with blue lights. 5-9, 170 pounds, clean shaven with short hair. the manchester community came together in an effort to fight the drug crisis, and it provided resources to those battling addiction. >> now, jason king and news 9 sports. >> gre college football game
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unh and dartmouth playing in hanover the first time since 2008. the ranked opponent. a huge win for dartmouth and they open up their season last night. it was 7-0 dartmouth in the first. and doulton coughs in up. and for dartmouth. that did not lead to any points, second quarter, still 7-zip. picked off by keel. the sophomore takes the other way, for unh touchdown and they were tied at 7. big play for both teams here, rider stone has a huge hole to run through and finds the open field and goes deep into unh territory and punches the ball loose from behind and that would lead to a long drive and trevor knight caps it off with a 27 yard touchdown pass to presley. 14-7 unh.
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rallied with two fourth quarter touchdown and hit mack with a buck 30 to play for the go ahead score and dartmouth beats unh the first time in 40 years. 22-21. st. a's lost on the road and they fall to 0-3, and plymouth state beat west connecticut state. panthers are off to a 3-0 start. baseball, closing out with the yankees in fenw. of the third. gary sanchez takes david price deep to left, a 2-run home run to make it 3-0 new york, but there on, the red sox rally, bottom 3. david ortiz with a rbi ground out to get zander bogaerts. and yankees with a runner on third and mookie betts scores a chopper up the middle and later
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k kimbrall comes to close it out. and they'll close out the series in prime time tonight at 8:00. and steckwich is playing in the senior amateur government tournament in st. louis, missouri. of a first round of stroke play tied for 48th at 4 over par, shot a 75 on saturday. good luck to him and patriots play their home opener this afternoon, 1:00 is the start time down at gillet stadium against the miami dolphins. that's sports, have a great sunday. >> you, too, jason king. ahead on news 9 this morning, the big shark now has a new nickname. what researchers dided to call him. now to our u local hotshot. a view of the memorial bridge in portsmouth lit up. you can join thousands of u
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>> a big shark, i mean, a really big shark in massachusetts now has something in common with david ortiz. his nickname. >> i didn't think that shark was hitting home runs or something. researchers at the atlantic great white shark conservancy tagged the 15 foot male shark and named him, of course, big papi. this is the 19th season that they've tagged sharks.
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that shark and break out in smiles. david ortiz ellicits that response. hayley: walk the other way. amy: and a fight against litter bugs. hayley: this is a great story. a man dressed as darth vader is cleaning the road through the adopt a what i pr-- highway program. he size motorists light up when they see him. and take they stop. i think he needs to come along 93. fun to see. amy: that was a light saber he was using to pick that up. hayley: good idea. that would be fun. so we have the showers moving through today and i expect them to lighten up the next couple of hours, especially this afternoon. there will be more dry time than wet time, but we need this rain so desperately. especially in southeastern m na so we will take it and lot complain.
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well. lingering showers and rumbles of thunder on monday and then we clear out again, back to sunshine and not feeling like fall for the beginning of fall on thursday. next chance for showers will be on friday or saturday. amy: summer holding on. hayley: for dear life here. amy: great to spend the morning with you here. hayley: thanks for having me. amy: good morning america is next. thank you for watching. hayley and i will be hanging around, about 25 minutes for
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good morning, america. breaking overnight, new york city explosion. the moments of terror caught on camera. >> i heard boom. like this big black clouds. >> dozens of people hurt. >> an >> this was an intentional act. >> windows shattering and cars, debris littering the streets. rushed to treat the injured. dazed from the explosion. emergency vehicles swarming the scene. >> city streets and subway lines shut down and the frightening discovery, a secondary device a pressure cooker with wires and a

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