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adam: now at noon, breaking news, a man is in custody after police in allenstown say he stabbed three people. haylee: warm start to the fall season right now. when to expect a big change and in your weekend forecast ahead. adam: students and parents on alert at alvirne high school. why concerns over student safety pr social media. a state of emergency in north carolina. a second night of protests turn violent. sparked by a fatal police shooting. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 at noon. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] adam: breaking news this noon, a man is in custody right now, charged in connection with stabbing three people. good afternoon. i'm adam sexton.
let's go live to wmur's andy hershberger, who's at the allenstown police department with new details. andy: police say the suspect was armed with two knives when he entered the home and started stabbing the people inside. he faces 11 felony-level charges, five or first for allegedly stabbing three people last night. residence a little before 11:00. he stabbed the people inside left the scene. police say one of the victims is an ex-girlfriend of lennon's. police located lennon a short distance away hiding under a bed at his mobile home. police say they recovered the two knives and lennon was taken into custody. >> there was substantial injuries. one is civil condition in hospital, one was released last night.
condition in the hospital, one was released last night. andy:'s bill has been said $200,000 cash only. adam: right now, it's a normal day at alvirne high school, but it did not start out that way. rumors of a possible hit list raised concerns and spread quickly on social media. authorities determined that there was no validity to the threat but by then police say the situation had taken on a life of its own wmur's ray brewer is live in hudson, and ray, police had to divert resources to see if this was something serious. ray: the police chief told me that he sent officers to the school to assure parents that things were safe. and he stood out there with the principal to make sure that everyone knew there was no danger. >> early this morning the rumor mill really kicked up.
police say the rumors grew and spread quickly because of the power of social media. >> the information that was moved about wasn't completely accurate. ray: back in 2014 there was a student arrested, the 16-year-old had made a list with 5 students' names on it. that student was charged with criminal threatening. police say this situation was completely different. >> we exhausted all leads until we were able to prove that this threat was not credible and that the kids were safe to attend alvirne high school this difficulty getting through. >> this morning i was looking on facebook to try and see what to get a pulse of what our community was saying. >> i think a lot of people heard rumors or read rumors, or posted rumors that were simply not true . ray: so police posted their own message assuring the community that there was no danger to the students. the school district also posted a similar message. the police chief says he can understand parents being worried, but -- >> if there was a greater concern different actions would have been taken by the school
social media can be a very useful tool. for instance, when the was a bank robbery in hudson, they posted a picture of the suspect and got 9000 views within 10 minutes. but he says in this case, social media was anything but helpful. reporting live in hudson, ray brewer, wmur news 9. adam: emergency in north carolina sparked by violent protests following the fatal police shooting of keith lamont scott on tuesday outside an apartment complex. abc's maggie rulli is in charlotte with the latest. maggie: national guard in the state highway patrol on the streets of charlotte after the second night of unrest. demonstrations erupted into chaos overnight at the scene of the fatal police shooting of keith lamont scott when protestors violently stormed into heart of downtown charlotte. the nba charlotte hornets team store was looted. fireworks thrown towards police, as they fired back with flash
trash cans thrown into windows of the bank of america building. >> we gave additional orders to disperse, and protesters continued to damage property and to throw objects and assault officers. maggie: police in riot gear got control of the situation. at least nine people were injured, including one man who is on life support. police say that victim was shot by another protestor. morning america" that they will consider curfew protests continue. >> we are preparing for this evening. maggie: scott's family says he was holding a book and was unarmed. >> the police shot my daddy four times for being black. maggie: the police said he had a gun and wouldn't drop it despite being told repeatedly to do so. abc affilitiate wsoc obtained a photo of what police say is the weapon recovered at the scene. >> mr. scott exited his vehicle
him to drop it. maggie: authorities have identified the officer who fired the shot as brentley vinson, also african american and now on paid leave. for now, authorities are refusing to release dash cam or bodycam video of the incident. they want to show it to the family first. adam: well, today fall is officially here as we take a live look over manchester this afternoon. it's still definitely feels like state. let's send it over to meteorologist hayley lapoint to see when we could start feeling a tunnel temperatures. -- autumnal temperatures. hayley: when we change the calendar nature doesn't care about that. it is not a surprise to see temperatures remain on the warm side and above average. 80 in manchester and nashua. low to mid 70's in the north country.
and maybe a few weather clouds passing through. you see the showers to the north and west. that will bring us much-needed rain and eventually behind it much cooler air. in the meantime, today will be a warm one. right sunshine -- bright sunshine. i will talk about how cool it will get coming ahead. show you the forecast ahead. adam: possible meteor in the sky over new hampshire last night. this video came from a northfield police department cruiser that was captured last images between 9:30 and 10:00. people reported seeing the streak in the sky in towns including campton, hooksett, salem, hampstead, lebanon, milton, and ashuelot. there were also reported sightings in maine, massachusetts, vermont, new
of what it was. if you have any photos of the possible meteor, we want to see them. you can email your pictures to email@example.com. the new hampshire department of corrections is hiring some new employees of the canine variety. new funding will allow the department to acquire two dogs that will be trained and certified to detect contraband like drugs and cell phones. the department says it is selecting the dogs next week. the canines will begin a nine week training course in early october. it has been six years since the deepwater horizon disaster. coming up, what officials say some of the recovery money was actually used for. the fbi still searching for two key wittnesses in the new york city bombing. hayley: we are in the midst of another dry streak of weather. really no changes. we're digging ourselves deeper into this drug. adam: and coming up next, how you can save on some sweet deals
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colin van ostern: i know from my own life the difference a college education can make. narrator: colin van ostern. the son of a single mom, he went to college on student loans, became a stonyfield business manager responsible for a hundred million dollars in revenue. then, a top executive at southern new hampshire university's college for america. colin van ostern: most of our students graduate debt free. cutting student debt should be our goal for all state colleges to create good jobs, and keep our young families here. 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. i'm maggie hassan
evidence in saturday's bombing in manhattan. surveillance video shows the pair walking away with a suitcase allegedly left behind on the street by bombing suspect ahmad rahami. police say the men removed the wire pressure cooker before taking the suitcase. authorities say the men are potential witnesses, not suspects, and that they are lucky they were not hurt. the gasoline pipeline that was shut down in alabama after a major leak is back open today after causing gas shortages after causing gas shortages across the south. partially shut down when a leak was discovered on september 9. the company estimates more than 250,000 gallons of gas leaked from the linke. -- leaked out. it will take several days for supply levels to return to normal. a new report out of louisiana alleges millions of dollars of recovery money from the bp oil
the auditors office says the money was supposed to pay for testing to make sure fish was safe to eat. but auditors say it was spent on unnecessary ipads, cameras, boats, and now-missing fishing equipment. officials went on to say the safety program was so mismanaged, it couldn't do the job it was supposed to do and declare if the fish were safe to eat. the first presidential debate is coming up on monday, and you can watch it live here on wmur. hillary clinton and donald trump will go head to head at hofstra university in new york. the 90-minute debate starts at9: the unemployment rate in new hampshire has ticked up slightly in the last couple of months. and if you are looking for work, head to concord today. the state is hosting a job fair until 2:00 at the steeplegate mall. nearly 90 potential employers will be on hand with hundreds of jobs covering a wide range of skills available. certainly if you are into picking apples, pumpkins, any of those things come there is a good job for the weekend. fall is here.
the weather looks nice. we need a week -- really kemeny day of rain. it will finally feel a little bit more like fall. adam: love the colors. fall is officially here and coming up next, the coupon professor is here to help you save on some sweet family deals this season. and now to our u local hot shot. zachary and hunter hanging out at applecrest far after picking pumpking pies. you can submit your pictures and video and join the thousands of u local members by logging onto al vo: kelly ayotte says she's on our
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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. senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. pam griffin: our daughter courtney got
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in portsmouth, bright, sunny skies. this will probably be the highest the temperatures get at the coast line. winds are coming out of the cooler ocean. today is a warm day and easily up into the 80's in concord and manchester and nashua. to give you some perspective, the average high for this date. considering we are likely for the mid-80's, well above the average. totally clear skies over us, right sunshine, and the winds have shifted to be more out of the south will stop temperatures get a boost today. that will be about it today. we will get cooler air in here.
cold front slide across the area. this is the rainfall, the latest driver for the came out today. each week that goes by that we don't get sufficient rain, we dig ourselves deeper. we will get some rain tomorrow. not today. if you are heading to soccer from the afterschool programs, bright aun be scattered showers moving through. it looks like we have heavier rain come through and then it is all over with. it will be wet in the midday hours. late on friday night we will clear out. the weekend will be nice and sunny, too. maybe upwards of a quarter to
in the northern part of the state, upper 70's. mid-80's in southern cities like manchester and down into nashua. right sunshine over the weekend. we will get to 66 degrees on saturday. sunday, 62, breezy. a cool and dry pattern continues as we get into next holidays are the most wonderful time of the year, but in new hampshire, a lot of people argue that autumn is the most enjoyable part any year. extreme coupon professor is here. tell us about what we can do and experience to have fun. kim: this time of year my blog is killing it with things to do and where to go but i'm focusing on the apple orchards and
lot of orchards listed and where they are located and a couple highlights. one i love is the apple hill orchard. pretty surroundings around. great for photos. it brings me to my canvas print i have here. take advantage of that time of year that i will give you great deals where you pay zero or 65% off. great gift to give for later on. also baking time. great sales on the baking items. that is where you match them up. really good prices. stock up on those things and they go away for the family. adam: pumpkin-infused everything. kim: this is the time of year when i post recipes. i have these scrumptious apples.
check that out as well. keep in mind that when you are planning, you talk about the kids back in school. planning those dinners. great crockpot recipes. houses smelling good. planning is a key thing that i'm giving meal plans each week. people are following on that, too. adam: kim: another is gould hill for their views. my niece got married there could beautiful, beautiful, beautiful. i love being in the compton patches. i have all the lists on my blog and compare prices for apples, too. people can get the most for their money. adam: tasty time of year and you can wear any of the clothes in
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this message. i know more about isis then the generals do. john mccain, a war hero. he's not a war hero, he's a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured ok. donald trump compared his sacrifices to the sacrifices of two parents who lost their son in war. how would you answer that father? what sacrifice have you made for your country? i think i've made a lot of sacrifices, built great structures. i've had tremendous success, i think...
adam: today's adopt-a-pet is palomo. he is a sweet natured collie mix who is about a year and a half old. he loves people and would make a great hiking buddy. he's got plenty of energy and is looking for a nice family without a cat. you'll find more information on palomo and other adoptable animals at wmur.com/pets. first day of fall, hayley lapoint. a lot of people are w will it do to the color? hayley: we are seeing the foliage peeking out and it will happen faster, maybe not as vibrant. we will lose leaves a lot faster. my backyard in the southern new hampshire is covered in leaves and it is way early for that. northern part of the state, more rain so it should be beautiful up there, which is great for tourism, of course. 85, and we will get the trees
and next week in the 60's. adam: sounds good to me. "happy fall. starting tonight at 5:00, the first day of fall is not too early for christmas concerns. and 2 new england teenagers have won a competition next to their creative take on legos. "celebrity page" airs next, you can still watch "who wants to be a millionaire" on wmur with two back to back episodes starting at 3:00 p.m. that does it for us. have a great afternoon. 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
creenings, 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. i'm maggie hassan and i approve this message. colin van ostern: i know from
my own life the difference i'm maggie hassan a college education can make. narrator: colin van ostern. the son of a single mom, he went to college on student loans, became a stonyfield business manager responsible for a hundred million dollars in revenue. then, a top executive at southern new hampshire colin van ostern: most of our students graduate debt free. cutting student debt should be our goal for all state colleges
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