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saying he received a panel at his house that he did not order. then he realized he was locked out of his e-mail and amazon accounts. police say the suspects used the victim's name and credit cards to buy camera equipment and gold coins totaling nearly $10,000. investigators learned the suspects picked up the camera equipment on august 26 at a u.p.s. warehouse in dover where they were caught on video surveillance. one of them packages using the victim's name. >> we just tell our residents to be vigilant, don't give out your personal information on your social media or the phone, if anything seems suspicious to them it probably is. reporter: if you suspect something like this is happening to you, police would like to hear from you. also anyone with information on
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jennifer: a criminal complaint has been filed against a salem mother who apparently overdosed right next to her young daughter. video of the incident is disturbing and heartbreaking. the complaint accuses mandy mcgowan of reckless endangerment of a child, the video shows her in i lawrence, massachusetts dollar store, passed out in an aisle with her 2-year-old trying to wake her up. police say they found drug related items in the diaper bag. custody. tom: the trial of a barrington man under way, charged with negligent homicide. prosecutors say shaw's blood alcohol was almost twice the legal limit and that he crossed the center line on route 202, hitting another vehicle head on. a maine minister and his wife died in that 2013 crash. but defense attorneys suggest the victims may have drifted into the on coming lane of traffic. and shaw was swerving to avoid
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going to feel like fall. finally. a live look outside in plymouth now where it's still relatively mild, 58 degrees. mike haddad is here now to show us how cool things will get. mike: 58, relatively mild compared to the canadian border, in the upper 40's in places like pittsburg right now, but it is cooler than this hour yesterday. 54 in berlin. 48 in pittsburg. lowo overnight tonight it won't be much cooler. take a look at the big change in the last 24 hours, feels like five to as much as 25 degrees colder than it was at this hour last night. a lot of cool air building in out of the north for both saturday and sunday, and before we get there, one rain chance, you see showers developing out of eastern new york, southern parts of vermont and a couple of sprinkles over the central part of new hampshire right now. we'll keep the chance of
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begin to clear. when could parts of the state see their first frost? that's straight ahead. tom: race weekend is officially under way at the new hampshire motor speedway. drivers will race in the bad boy off road 300 race this sunday. wmur's jamie staton live at the track now. >> we are live at loudon bad boy off road 300 that will take place on sunday. jason will join us later, he just finished his interview with the pole sitter, he'll bring that to new a few minutes. the qualifying just wrapped up. nay ran three different segments, eliminating the field as they went. the final segment featured 12 drivers and nobody could touch carl edwards, he's in the number 19 toyota and he will go to
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sitter. he will lead them to the green flag. martin truex will start in second and ryan newman will start in the third position. there you go, qualifying just wrapped up, we'll have more with jason coming up in sports. but let's bring in kristen carosa for the fan side of all this. you were outside the speedway today. reporter: i was. i love coming to this event every year, so much excitement inside the track, but there's so much excitement outside the people to see the races here in loudon, especially for families. it's the start of nascar weekend in new hampshire motor speedway and there's just as much to do off the track as there is on. fans can grab a bite to eat at the lobster lounge. >> we have lobster rolls and chicken wings and french fries, and steak and cheese. reporter: then take a walk through the fan zone. >> this is one of our favorite family events we get to come to, we have all the kid stuff to do,
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reporter: this area is packed with activities like road car racing. >> we always have people watching us and it's a lot of fun. reporter: there's a smaller frack for the little ones. >> they definitely love the race car, i love that they incorporated the smaller cars for the younger kids. report her two sons enjoyed some racing attraction,. >> because you get to right them by yourself i. want to do it again. reporter: and buy souvenirs. >> it's very nice that there's a lot more stuff going on, so you can go walking around at night. they've done a great job here at the track. reporter: that's what we hear a lot. everyone is very impressed with race weekend here in loudon. >> how could you not be, it is a big spectacle, and it will continue through sunday. a busy day in sports. an injury to the patriots quarterback coming up.
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quarterbacks, that's in sports. back to you. tom: thanks. the fourth annual new hampshire tackles hunger food drive is this weekend. jennifer: you can donate nonperishable food items at 15 high school football games across the state and more again tomorrow. cherise leclerc is live from nashua with how you can get involved. reporter: that's right. a lot of people are getting involved tonight, i want to show you the food that's been collected. minutes ago at 6:00, look at all this terrific food they've already gathered here. what's interesting about nashua north and nashua south is each of those schools actually have their own food pantry, so all of this wonderful food that's been so generously donated, that will go right back to those schools for students and their families to use, and they've had those for about six years now. but when new hampshire tackles hunger came about, they said this is a great boost for them,
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this is not the only game that's collecting food. there are 15 games across the granite state tonight doing this, 12 games tomorrow as well. can you fine the full schedule on our website, wmur.com. also on our mobile app, this is the fourth year they've done this, and to tell but the importance of collecting all this food, about one in nine people are going hungry or at least are food deprived in the granite state. so they say that's why we need to make this big push every year, the fourth year of new past three years combined they've collected about 125,000 pounds of food and that's all going right back into these neighborhoods. you get a dollar off admission if you bring a nonperishable food item in. and it's so greatly appreciated by these local communities. tom: thank you. still to come at 6:00, a gas leak causes vaccinations in
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jennifer: and the trump campaign now paying for an expensive visit to farmington, how much it cost the town in overtime. mike: temperatures will be fall over the weekend, and some areas could see frost. >> a full day at new hampshire
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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,
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. 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. tom: right now crews are repairing a gas line in exeter after an excavator working on a bridge hit the line on chestnut street this afternoon. the library and a few stores were evacuated because of high gas levels. unitil says the area is now safe. the trump campaign paying back the cost of donald trump's visit
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january. jennifer: town officials say the campaign has paid $9800 to cover the cost of swrefer time for first responders, that was about one-third of the annual overtime budget and the school district was being billed for the cost. two lebanon police officers are being honored for saving a life. sergeant richard norris and corporal michael write were awarded commendation bars for life saving. they performed c.p.r. on a patient who had overdosed and was not breathing and didn't a person's breathing and the fire department also administered narcan. tom: thanks for their service. mike haddad in with with a look at the weekend. mike: we're finally going to get a taste of fall, it's starting to ooze in to parts of new hampshire right now. what about a chance of rain for some this
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jennifer: tonight is new hampshire tackles hunger at friday night football. they collect donations for food pantries all over the state. tom: hayley lapoint is at spaulding high school in rochester where donations are already coming in. hale lee? hayley: they're coming in in full force. look at this truck here, girls say hi, everybody. look at all the food they have, they've filled up the back of
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they've got all sorts of different things, they've got boxed breads, certainly some pastas in here, and we've got beans, all sorts of good stuff. so i'm at the spaulding game, they're playing dover, they're collecting food for the dover team on the other side of the field as well. they're hoping to fill this truck and more throughout the night tonight. go to wmur.com, on saturday there are some more games if you can make it to the any tonight. so all of the different places that you can go to donate. back here live at spaulding high school they're getting ready for the game, it starts at 7:00 and they're continuing to fill up the truck here. i'm millions hayley lapoint, live in rochester. mike: looking great out there in rochester, and bring your canned goods to support a great cause. also want to bring the umbrella because we've got a shot of a few showers coming in over the next couple hours.
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developing right at the coastline, and there are some showers creeping in just over the border right now in southern parts of vermont and eastern new york state. it's along a cool front that's our main weather player between now and the start of the weekend. that front means a wind shift out of the north is already developing, driving in much cooler air. in terms of the chance of rain, as can you see, it's drying out across the north country, down into portions of the lakes region and upper valley. could be a couple of widely scattered light showers from altoay of this developing band of showers between now and about midnight tonight, mainly from concord and points south. so have the umbrella and the rain gear ready in case you get steadier rain for a couple of hours. temperatures will be the big story from here on out through the course of the weekend, already 50's and 60's. we end up in the 30's north, 40's south as we go into early tomorrow morning, a couple of very low 50's, right at the coast, and in places like
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again during the day on sunday or sunday night, early monday, even colder air bleeds in from the north and that means a good shot of some frost in many parts of the state by early monday morning. as for the average date of the first frost, already gone by that point in the great north woods and white mountains, between september 20 and 30. the end of the month of course right in the time zone we are right now in places like meredith and concord, the monadnock region, lower parts of th then a little later, early october for manchester to the coast. not anticipating to hit frost levels at the coast during early monday morning. but in area of light blue could see their first frost during early on monday morning. so keep that in mind. tomorrow night the first frost up north in some spots. clear skies building to our north and west, that means sunshine for each of the weekend days. but before we get there, there's that band of steady rain that may develop in the coming hours from concord points south, could
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some spots, maybe a bit more where you get a downpour, then back to full sunshine with a few fair weather clouds tomorrow. more sun on sunday. but squeezed in 2010, very chilly readings for tomorrow night and even a bit colder as we go into early on monday morning. as for highs tomorrow, this is it, upper 50's north, lower to mid 60's south. very close to the average, but for the first time in over 30 days we're going to see daytime highs just a little bit lower than the average for this time of year. then a littleoo into sunday, heading up to loudon for the big race. that's the bad boy off road 300 that tom is all excited about. lower 60's, so dress for the cooler weather, highs on sunday mid 50's north and lower 60's in southern new hampshire. beyond that it does gradually warm up a little after a frosty start for some, mainly concord north and west early monday. we'll see full sunshine, mid 60's south, upper 50's north, best chance of rain between the start of the weekend and early
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night into tuesday, possibly up near 70 again wednesday, thursday and on into friday. so it's certainly going to feel the part of autumn, it should, after all, in late september. tom: yes, it should. i like the name of the race, the bad boy, good stuff. jennifer: our live team coverage of race weekend continues in just minutes from new hampshire motor speedway. >> you know, that bad boy off road 300, that was named after jason king in a golf cart. >> bad boy.
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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 and that was the worst day of my life. annie kuster is leading the fight regarding this opioid epidemic. she's trying to do everything she can to get laws changed. she's definitely a leader. i just love annie. i'm annie kuster and i approved this message. 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.
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od at the top of their agenda... and it's time for that to change. i'm maggie hassan and i approve this message. we are one nation under god. i'm maggie hassan that black and white, we are one nation indivisible. that republican and democrat, we are all americans. i'd like to punch him in the face. you know what they used to do to guys like that? they'd be carried out in a stretcher, folks. somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters. priorities usa action is responsible
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>> big pep rally at londonderry high school as the lancers get ready for friday night football, londonderry and pinker ton playing thiseekend. 15 gam o tnf,ll of them collection sites for new hampshire tackles hunger food drive. so if you're heading to a game please make a cash or food donation at that game. now we are live at loudon u.s.a. for our coors light pole position day of jason king just did the sprint over from the media center to deliver the results, it's only 100 yards. >> i'm not in as bad a shape as i thought. race number two in the chase for the sprint cup championship, it's the bad boy off road 300.
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three-round knockout qualifying format. carl edwards, kyle larsen, chase elliott were the top three after round one. in the en it was carl edwards, a familiar face in the pole this year, his sixth pole win of the season, his second straight here at new hampshire. so he will start on the inside of row one come sunday. >> it's going to be different, you know, this race is going to be different than the race we ran earlier in year it's going to be really nice for the fans and comfortable for the drivers, but we've got to tune the car spell for it. we'll do that tomorrow and get ready for sunday. >> we're working on it, it's a place that oh -- we were so strong in the first race that it give us an added boost of confidence. >> i think every race is a little different. if you have a really good hand l
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>> a lot of those guys in the playoffs in that top 10. should be an exciting race sunday. let's talk about football now, all four college football teams from new hampshire are in action tomorrow. stonehill at st. a's at noon. plymouth state has their home coming game, win that game. hearings u.n.h. on their matchup with the rams. >> we got a huge game, going down to rhode island, they're autopsy 17-0 on us last year. we have to fine a way to get ahead and keep running. >> they're a very physical team. they startedded off very fast on us and we've got to start fast
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more injury news for the patriots, a huge win last night against the texans. but quarterback, third string quarterback brisette injured his throwing thumb there. are conflict be reports, some say a torn tendon, some say a sprain. we're not sure if surgery might be needed, but what else can the patriot manage to go through. >> they have a great defense, as you like to say, so they're looking just fine right now. >> tonight we're going to start with lebanon at hanover, a great >> and it's new hampshire tackles hunger night as well, that's all coming up tonight at 11:00 on friday night football. tom: belichick will quarterback if need be. tune in for "new hampshire chronicle," it follows "world news." we'll see you back here tonight after 20/20.
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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. senate majority pac is responsible for the
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pam griffin: our daughter courtney got caught in a web of opiate and heroin addiction. doug griffin: our insurance company indicated that courtney's problem wasn't a matter of life and death - so she wasn't eligible for treatment. pam griffin: she told me that she didn't want to live like this anymore... she begged... she begged for help, saying mom - please help me. doug griffin: our family's tragedy could happen to any family... pam griffin: we knew we had to save other families from losing their children. kelly reached out to us. pam griffin: she listened to what we had to say, who we were - she cared about us... she didn't know us. pam griffin: we talked about the ways to remove the stigma of addiction so parents can get help. doug griffin: kelly co-authored the comprehensive addiction and recovery act - this act will save kids' lives... ...and enable families to get the help they need. doug griffin: we don't want courtney to be remembered for her substance abuse, but rather for her struggle to achieve recovery. pam griffin: kelly believes recovery is possible.
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tonight here, breaking news. the chilling video now revealed, the deadly police shooting in charlotte. you can hear the wife's plea right on it. >> don't shoot him! he didn't do anything. >> it is the family's video. tonight, why authorities are refusing to release their own. also tonight, the narrow escape the pedestrians, kicking one of those bombs, placed right on the sidewalk. they had no idea. and tonight, how authorities now believe the suspect got those bombs into the city. the school bus crash late today, flipping over. pictures coming in now. three days to the debate. who was seen walking io trump tower? and, hillary clinton. the reality star and billionaire who now says he will be in the front row for her. and, the first lady's passport hacked, and 500 million personal e-mail accounts.

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