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>> you never, ever find out -- because they have covered their tracks so well. >> the search for suspects who spent thousands on fraudulent purchases continue. police calling this the most elaborate fraud case the town has ever seen. a gun man on the searching for a shooter after this man opened fire at a mall in washington state. >> big changes for the weekend. this sudden switch to fall temperatures and how cold it gets tonight. >> coming together to tackle hunger. football teams set aside their rivalries for a good cause. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur news 9 this morning.
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we will get to our top stories in a minute but first josh judge joins us in the weather center. josh: good saturday morning to you. it is certainly a beautiful start to our day. look at that. just before the sunrise here at the seacoast. 48 degrees there. mainly clearskies at the moment. and cooler conditions than the last few mornings. 38 in whitefield. 38 in whitefield. the 30's, 40's and 50's on crisp feel of there. this is just the beginning. how about this? people were excited to see some heavy rain falling, even a thunderstorm or two rolled through some parts, mostly just in southern new hampshire, manchester at hooksett area last night. now, onto the much cooler air that will be pushing in through the day today and the entire weekend. instead of 70's and 80's, we are talking about mostly in the 60's
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northern new hampshire. talk about the rest of the weekend forecast and how long this cooling trend continues coming up. amy: a gun man remains at large in washington state after police say he opened fire at a mall killing for women and wounding one. armed with a rifle, this man walked into a macy's in burlington, washington. he reportedly ran from the scene after the shooting. police have not said if the man had a motive but they believe he was acting alone. the mall seattle was evacuated. >> there wasn't all at once. it was more like a shot and two seconds later another shot. so, crazy. amy: authorities are asking all residents to stay indoors and avoid the cascade mall till further notice. the searches on for two suspects who racked up $10,000 worth of fraudulent purchases in what lee police are calling the most
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your help. mike cronin now has more from one of the victims. mike: the victim said a similar situation happened to his neighbor a week ago. lee police are looking for these two suspects, a white woman and a black man after kirk bloch's identity was stolen. in 48 hours, he says the damage was done. >> what amazes me is th speeded which they were able toe move these purchases. mike: block was traveling when he tried accessing his e-mail but could not get in or reset his password. and amazon delivery arrived at his house. >> my daughter sends me a text with a picture. a camera lens. did you order this? i didn't. mike: the suspect. up a ups warehouse andover.
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that's impossible, i wasn't there. mike: block says the fraudsters used $10,000 over's money through a credit card and paypal account. he says they changed his e-mail preferences so item purchases got forwarded to an unknown e-mail. >> you never, ever find out where they are because they have covered their tracks so was. >> what we have heard, same thing has happened to other people within the e, so, we just want to make people aware this is happening. mike: blcock recommends using a credit monitoring service. police are asking anyone with information to give them a call. amy: the fourth annual new hampshire tackles hunger food drive is this weekend. thousands of cans and boxed goods were collected at football games across the state. as cherise leclerc tells us,
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cherise: it may have been the biggest night of rivalries for many football teams across the granite state but here nashua north and nashua south put aside their differences off the field all to generate all of this food. this will go to their local communities as we continue to tackle hunger in new hampshire. >> you're welcome. cherise: it came in boxes and cans and bags. put aside their rivalries to come together as one community. >> it is so awesome. i do not think the public appreciates the difference this makes for the students that we have in our schools. cherise: one in nine people in new hampshire is in need of food. donors hope to change that. >> 13 locations tonight. and tomorrow, too. cherise: nashua was one of many schools.
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our school and to get some of our elementary kids part of the process. cherise: hanover and manchester and the akoni also collected food. since new hampshire tackles hunger was started four years ago, more than 125,000 pounds was collected with a lot more added on to that pile tried it. in nashua, cherise leclerc wmur news 9. amy: 12 food of their games today. you can find purchase a paid in schools on the sports page of wmur.com. -- you can find a list of schools. nascar fans are packing and for a weekend full of fun. the big races not until tomorrow. however, there is a full weekend of activities for fans. something new is a contest for the best decorated campsite. this year's theme -- halloween. >> we have been carving these
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the top. >> getting warmed up. it is going to be a hot weekend. we're going to make it warm here. amy: they always do. the winners will be announced later today. for a full schedule, head over to our website, wmur.com. coming up, tulsa gathers to remember the oklahoma man killed by a police officer. what is next for the officer who fired the fatal shot. a showdown with congress after
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back. it is a mainly clear start, a much cooler than recent mornings here in manchester. we will see those temperatures staying much cooler for the daytime highs. that being said, a pretty nice weekend is on the way. much more fall like. details on that coming up in your forecast just a few minutes away. amy: a funeral is being held tonight for the oklahoma man killed by a tulsa police officer last week. that claimed the life of 40-year-old terence crutcher is now charged with first-degree manslaughter. betty shelby's attorney says his client drew her gone and stead of the stun gun because she thought crutcher was armed. police say he did not have a gun. newly released 911 transcripts are shedding more light on what happened during the orlando nightclub massacre. the transcript say the gun man told police to go she ate her that the u.s. needed to stop bombing syria and iraq.
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saying "this is matin. i'm in orlando and i did the shooting." 49 people died, 53 were injured in the june 12 attack. congress could soon override president obama's veto of the 9/11 bill. the bill would allow the families of the victims to sue saudi arabia's government. 15 of the 19 men who carried out the terror attacks were saudi. if s the first override of obama's presidency. a california man is now facing charges for hitting sacramento's mayor in the face with a pie. sean thompson was -- charged with one count of felony assault against a public official and one count of battery. mayor kevin johnson and a former nba star work reading people at a charity du jour on when it -- at a charity dinner when thompson came up and shoved the
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contact with the mayor for three years. felong fo r-- felony for pie in the face. josh: making me hungry. amy: a little early for pie. josh: noticeably cooler. we'll take a look at that coming up. amy: i think a lot of people are ready for cola. the -- for cooler.
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we are one nation under god. 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. i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot priorities usa action is responsible
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>> now meteorologist josh judge. josh: good saturday morning. hope you are going to be able to spend a little bit of time outdoors today or this weekend. it should be pretty nice. the big differences it is going to be a lot cooler than what we have become accustomed to. starting off with temperatures in the 30's, 40's and 50's. all depends on where you are this morning. but where does that compare to even yesterday morning? not minus temperatures, this is how much cooler it was yesterday then it is today. 24 hours later. the at that change -- 25 degrees almost cooler in northern new hampshire this morning. and 10-15 degrees cooler in many locations. so, certainly a chilly start to the day but nothing compared to the next couple days. and let's check out the last few days, because we have become accustomed to temperatures the
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yesterday, even though it cool down, still made it into the mid-70's. today, a whole new weather regime pushing in with temperatures mostly topping off in the 60's. a couple of 50's possible in some spots. sunrise and sunset times for you. notice it is getting later and earlier respectively. and the average high is 69 for concord for today. and so, as you can tell from the graphic i shod temperatures, we have been well above average. that is going to change. we are below average this we can. it is going to feel more like october, especially tomorrow as we get through the second half of the weekend. clouds, some skies have mainly cleared out after some showers and thunderstorms that rolled through the southern part of the state last night. that was along the leading edge of this cold front, which is pushing down southward and displacing all of this warm weather here and replacing it with the cooler weather.
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this air mass pushing on in. that is our future tomorrow morning, as temperatures like that. so, there goes the last of those showers, much-needed downpours and a rumble or two of thunder leslie evening -- yesterday evening. much sunnier conditions. the big difference will be the cooler conditions. there is a look at today on futurecast. it clears out and stays that way right through tonight and tomorrow, tomorrow morning will by the afternoon we have recovered to the 50's and lower 60's for high temperatures, believe it or not. that will be the coolest day in this stretch. we get into monday and we are still in the 60's with plenty of sunshine. monday night and into tuesday our next and only chance of rain in the next seven days weird that moves in late monday night and it pulls away on tuesday morning. so, we check your high temperatures we expect for today. most of us in the middle to
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50's to around 50 degrees for highs. and here is a look at the second half of the weekend -- cooler tomorrow. 50's. and the week ahead remaining cool, but a little warmer later this week. the only chance of rain monday night into tuesday morning. amy: and fall foliage color is coming. josh: these colder nights will help it really pop. amy: something to look forward to. to her remka national competition. one of the first of its kind for new hampshire because they will compete in the special needs division. josh: jean mackin shows us how the cheerleaders and their teenage buddies make this teamwork. jean: when the cheerleading squads hid the practice field -- >> g. little, go, go. jean: this team stands out. put your hands together for the manchester challengers.
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started two years ago with two cheerleaders. now the roster is up to nine. each cheerleader keeps up with -- a buddy. for some hard work. >> we're out of sight. jean: and heartwarming french is. >> she's the best. >> we're at eam. >> i her face expresses a lot. >> every time i see them i smiled pitch looks at me and goes, swhoopsie do. thank you. jean: the team is perfecting routines to take on the road. in december, they will compete in a national competition at disney world in the special needs division. >the head coach says they are
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>> amazing. there is no other word to describe it. they're a great group of kids. and that is what they are, they are kids. jean: a team everyone is cheering for. amy: the manchester challengers are collecting donations to get to that national competition. if you would like to help, you can find the link on our website, wmur.com. coming up next this morning, the first weekend of fall is here. apple crisp i-- we are whipping up a delicious apple crisp. closing the final chapter on rockingham park. today's adopt a pet is palomo. a collie mix. a year and a half. looking for a nice family without a cat. you will find more information
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wmur.c i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she's a slob. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat chested is very hard to be a 10. does she have a good body? no. does she have a fat [expletive]? absolutely. do you treat women with respect?
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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
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sean: it is the time of year we had to our local farms and check out the apples. here to talk about that is diane from at the whole farm. -- apple hill farm.
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as i say, size does not always matter. these little ones taste just as good and are just as sweet. sean: you have got max coming in -- macks coming in. diane: we are picking a few funny crisp right now. we are just beginning the season. to be beautiful and bright and cool. it is going to be apple picking weather. sean: your apples? diane: this is always a favorite of everybody and everyone asked for this recipe over and over again. that is why am going to make it today. it is a really easy apple. you can use any kind of apples you want. we are going to cut 8 medium-sized ones, cut them up and put them in a pie plate. we start with a bowl, 2/3 of a cup of granulated sugar. one cup of dark brown sugar.
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and a little bit of cinnamon depending on your taste. couple of tablespoons. we're going to mix that up and add some softened butter and that is what makes it good. we're going to add about 3/4 of a stick of butter. sean: this is obviously a classic that everybody was. diane: it is. and it's real easy. the kids can help you because get your fingers in there and crumble it up. once it is mixed to consistency, you can pour it over the top of the apples and pop it in the oven. bake it for about an hour, 50 minutes to an hour at 350. take it out. it will still be bubbling. serve it with some nice new hampshire ice cream on the top or wood frame. and -- or whipped cream. it is even better the second day.
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you can put it in your morning oatmeal or add it to your yogurt you're taking for school lunches. it's a good thing to add. sean: you're going to be at the farmers market as well. diane: saturday mornings on capitol street from 8:30 to no on. unh is going to be sampling kiwi berries. i guess they are about the size of a grape. it is a new crop we might be able to grow in new hampshire. it is cool apples, when can they do that? diane: every day from 8:30 to 5:30 until the day before thanksgiving. apple picking goes until about columbus day weekend. the picking is great, we're located at 580 mountain road in concord. sean: if you grow up there you can check out lots of other local made products. diane: we have all sorts of things.
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of maple products and things from other new hampshire producers. sean: great way to find out about these local companies. you're going to finish that up. thank you very much. diane: thank you. my prescription costs keep going up. it's more expensive every year. it would be a lot cheaper to buy my medication from canada. kelly ayotte voted to block consumers from buying safe medicines from canada. and voted against lower cost generic drugs. kelly ayotte gets all that money from the big drug industry. hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions. when you take all that money it just changes you. kelly ayotte's not working for us.
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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 we are one nation under god. 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. i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters.
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning. we begin with a live look at hampton beach. pretty shot at the horizon. 48 degrees. here's a look at our top stories on the half hour. police are investigating a bank robbery after they say a man walked into the t.d. bank on 202 at demanded cash. race relations taking center stage at a meeting in the queen city. manchester police chief and the former mayor were there to discuss how the city can better
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of 100 years of horse racing in the granite state. the track hold an auction today before the park closes for good next friday. we will get to all the stories and more in a minute but first, let's check in with josh judge and the weather center for a look at today's forecast. fall cometh, i think. josh: we are going to see those temperatures much cooler than we have seen in recent times. gusts down to 53 degrees and we are all a little bit on the chilly side with clear skies to 30's to 40 in the north country and 40's to lower 50's everywhere else. let's take a look at what happened last night. the rain heavy downpours in southern new hampshire, that is the part of the state that needs of the most. at least it was something. next rain not due to arrive until monday night into tuesday. meanwhile, here is a look at our afternoon high temperatures. mid-to-upper 7060's. lower 60's and upper 50's to 60
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the state. a mixture of sunshine and clouds on the way. it gets even cooler than that in the rest of the weekend. we talk about your sunday forecast in our full forecast coming up in a few minutes. amy: new this morning, police are investigating a bank robbery. a white man walked into the t.d. bank at 2:30 yesterday afternoon and demanded money. the robber did not show a weapon or make threats. he took off after getting some cash. a pelahm after suffering serious injuries in a crash. police say 73-year-old sally major was driving south on mammoth road yesterday when she crossed the centerline and slammed into an suv. a pickup truck tried to avoid the accident but ended up hitting the suv. major was taken to the hospital with serious but non-life-threatening injuries. a four year old child in the suv was not hurt. the final chapter is being written this weekend at rockingham park. with the track now closed, today
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track is marking the end of 100 years of horse racing in new hampshire. tom: it is a walk down memory lane, 100 years of thoroughbred and harness racing in new hampshire. rockingham park, the rock is being stripped to the walls. everything must go. expected together for one final race. a race to see who can land the artifacts that aid the rock the rock. >> the auction will start equipment at 9:00 a.m. moved into the gambling rooms at 10:00, and then memorabilia where we are sitting now will be sold at noon time. tom: scrapbooks and brochures and jockey equipment, signs and poker room equipment, including tables and chips. >> i did not realize how much history has been in this place. it is very overwhelming and sad.
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place that came with friends and loved ones now gone. rose came up from massachusetts for one final look. rose: everything they are selling and why. some of the books and pictures. and looking outside, and hoping the horses were still running. tom: the liquidation is expected to raise half $1 million. ed callahan has been running it since 1983. >> well, it is a little sadness. almost over. the last 5, 6 months have been emotinally -- emotionally difficult. tom: staff will spend the rest of next week getting rid of anything not sold. before the park closes for good it. -- for good next friday. amy: by next spring the
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prepare a thon. the community emergency response team is asking every home to practice what to do. that means testing smoke and carbon monoxide alarms. practicing at least two ways to exit the home. crawling low. and having a family meeting spot. >> because when the real thing happens, you do not want to start thinking then. you wanted to be automatic. you want and your children to just automatically know what to do because the more you practice it, the more you do not have to think about it. amy: emergency response team reminding everyone to change batteries and smoke and c.o. detectors twice a year. happening today, police and merrimack will be offering free car seat inspections as part of child passenger safety week. the u.s. department of transportation says city percent of car seats are not used correctly and in stalling and
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safety technicians will offer lessons on how to properly use car seats here at national seat check saturday caps off at the police department at 9:00 a.m. race relations were center stage at a community meeting in manchester. manchester the police chief, the former mayor and citizens of all back rows were invited to take part in a series called "we are all human." the organizer says he feels hopeful when a diverse city can talk different cultures. >> it is a way for us to be provided. we will figure out, how can we unite, how can we tackle the issue so we can set the standard of what it looks like to be an inclusive community that welcomes everybody together. >> that is why we are different in manchester and in new hampshire because we are willing to have the conversation, have the dialogue and kind of move past any potential conflicts. amy: this community series will likely hold more discussions
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streets of charlottetown in north carolina, protesting after a black man was fatally shot by a police officer. many protesters are calling for the release of police video showing the deadly shooting of keith scott. meantime, we are seeing cell phone video recorded by scott's wife. in her recording she pleads with her husband to get out of the suv and tells police not to shoot him care police say he was armed and the gun was on the ground after the shooting. body cam video say it is not clear what was in his hand. the police chief does not want to release the police video while the investigation is ongoing. >> if i were to put it out indiscriminately, and it does not give you good context, it can inflame the situation and make it even worse. amy: hillary clinton postponed her planned visit to charlotte tomorrow at the mayor's request.
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from now. clinton's campaign says she will visit the city on october 2. donald's campaign says he is no longer planning a post-debate visit to charlotte next week. meanwhile, both nominees are getting ready for their first debate. you can watch them go head-to-head on the issues right here on wmur monday night. hillary clinton and donald trump will face off at hofstra university in new york. the debate begins at 9:00. today campaigning for democrat hillary clinton. she will hold events in nashua, manchester and europe. and donald trump's running mate will be back in the granite state next week. mike pence will hold a rally in milford's twon auditorium monday at 1:33 you can find details on both events and the politics section of wmur.com. dartmouth college is about to get very smelly. corpse flower in the greenhouse
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only blooms about every six years. when it does, the flower only last a couple of days and gives off a foul odor. you can smell it for yourself. the greenhouse will be open for visitors between 8:00 and noon today. police in henniker are trying to find out who stole half a dozen plastic flamingos from a soccer field on old concord road. the orange displayed to support abby van d yke battling leukemia. police investigated a similar theft last month. those flamingos were returned. today at 1:30 john stark high school is hosting a home including -- a homecoming football game honoring abby. all proceeds going to abby's medical expenses. coming up this morning, week
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15 games. jason king has all the sports and highlights. josh: a big change and how warm it gets a during the day and how cold it gets at night. look at the cooler air pushing in overnight. that is just the beginning. with a look at your cooler fall like week ahead forecast coming up. 6:40. 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
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and it's time for that to change. i'm maggie hassan
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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. so this doesn't happen again. she's definitely a leader.
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>> now meteorologist josh judge. josh: a big fall like weekend. it is the first weekend of fall, so why not make it feel like it? the temperatures out there on the cooler side. upper 30's and lower 40's in the north country. check that out. 40's and lower 50's everywhere else. it is a chilly start. a lot cooler than it was yesterday. and tomorrow morning, will be even cooler than it is now. the high temperature, the warm as it is been in concord's 57. the average is 69. i thought this was interesting. the record high for today from 2010 is 90 degrees. we will be nowhere near that. that i can guarantee you. a look at the clearing skies out there. still some low-level clouds in some locations, but we will see a decent amount of sunshine with some clouds at times today.
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pushed through the southern part of the state as the front was pushing southward. and behind the cool front, you guessed it. cooler air that is pushing its way on down displacing all the warmer air that has been in place already with this is colder air mass. sinks down. sticks around for a couple of days and then pushes away in the middle part of this upcoming week. it will get a little bit warmer. i want to show you the latest on tropical storm karl. very close. this lit bermuda. the storm making us turned just before bermuda. it is not a direct hit but it is very close. it continues to make that turn and pull away. expected to become a hurricane yet again, but as it pulls away, into the atlantic ocean, away from the u.s. interests. certainly will not be bothering the u.s., except for some choppy seas this weekend. one more look at the much-needed rain.
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there were some heavy downpours, puddles everywhere and a rumble or two of thunder. it continues to pull away. sun and clouds with cooler conditions, in the 60's. that sunshine continues to roll on right through the rest of the weekend into the upcoming week. high temperatures today -- upper 50's near 60 in northern new hampshire. the two upper safeties everywhere else. a good amount of sunshine. it was cold this morning but check this out. it is going to be even chillier by 10 degrees or so tonight. warnings in effect in northern new hampshire. the rest of the state in the upper 30's, mid 30's in some locations are lower 40's in southeastern new hampshire. then chillier for tomorrow. the high temperatures to row -- mid to lower 50's in northern new hampshire. upper 50's, lower 60's everywhere else. so, the extended forecast looking like this. temperatures certainly cooler. in the 60's, even 50's over the
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night into tuesday morning, we will see the next chance of rain bird and that is the only chance of rain on our seven day forecast. we will check out your scores. >> now news 9 sports. jason: hi, everyone. here's your abbreviated version of last night's friday night football. week four, rival we week. new hampshire tackles hunger with 15 sites hosting collections for our food drive. undefeated hanover hostinghe he connects with matthew -- a big agame. that drive would stall. reed winter takes it in for a couple yards out. 120 yards and three touchdowns. a packed house in hanover. great for the food drive as part of new hampshire tackles hunger. matching the attendance and dollars. almost 900 fans.
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brookline to the cavaliers improved to a 30-1. kennett wins 14-0. collin had 100 yards receiving. defending state champs, their first loss since the 2014 state championship game. laconia at home last night with pembrook. the first play from scrimmage. he takes off on a 56 yard which would set up a laconia touchdown. 7-0. a good showing for new hampshire tackles hunger. a great effort at bank of new hampshire stadium. they win the game 48-16 over the spartans. how about when him and souhegan. the jaguars win big 41-7. in division iii, newmarket hosting their first ever friday
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blue devils get on the board first. 6-0. campbell up 7-6. the campbells quarterback is going to find spencer -- for 25 yards. the next play would score from 15 yards out. 214 yards, three touchdowns and the cougars win 41-6. met. here they come. the quarterback to brendoan vaughn. the complete. naerly pi -- nearly picked off. takes it all the way. brady. tough on the road. good run here. four interceptions for the giants.
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raymond at somersworth. 42-7. nate had four touchdown runs. greg gibby score the touchdown. spalding always a huge sight for new hampshire tackles hunger. the game had 1500 cans of food. hosting dover. carson webb picked off by mcnulty who takes it deep into mcnulty who takes it deep into greenway territory. they could not convert. coughs it up. spalding recovers for the red raiders. this time, spaulding fumbles in the backfield. pineta there to recover for dover. tas dover wins it 62-21. also, on the seacoast, a good rivalry between exeter and --
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a nice run for the first down and the home crowd was fired up. exeter would begin to take control. in the back of the end zone. touchdown for the blue hawks. 21-14. it was a great game. exeter able to hold on for the 31-28 win. so, the blue hawks are 4-0. portsmouth beat alvirne, 42-30. all-purpose yards. cody graham threw for four scores and ran for another. the gate city rivalry. nashua north and nashua south. north in white. a short pass to stephen lambert. the big wide receiver weaves through the defense en route to
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for new hampshire tackles hunger. north and south have food pantries in their schools. these donations helping students and their families. sean holland with a 25 yard touchdown pass. but north led 20-13 at halftime and the titans win 27-16. b.g. made the trip to keene. keene knocking off the previously undefeated b.g. 32-14. marson belesky had t ? central at home against crusaders team. all tied up at 16-16, until this touchdown by cameron hall. two point conversion was no good. central looking to answer. alex hawkins hoosk up -- hooks up with german chancellor for the touchdown-- with jeremy
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crusaders. pinkerton wins 21-14. their 18th straight win over the lancers. a reminder, you can watch all of our friday night football reports in their entirety on our website. wmur.com/fnf. you can also follow us on twitter. #fnfwmur. the red straight game beating the rays 2-1. plenty of racing action at the new hampshire motor speedway with happy hour today and the camping truck series race goes to green at 1:00. jamie staton will run that down for us at 7:00 on our newscast after the college football game. that's sports for now. amy: still ahead on news 9, all day breakfast not just for
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fans may soon be happier. now to our local -- u local hot shot. some good looking german shepherds wishing everyone in the granite stater happy fall. thank you. you can submit your pictures and video. join the thousands of ulocal m embers pam griffin: our daughter courtney got caught
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fe 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. doug griffin: she came to my family to learn more. pam griffin: she listened to what we had to say, e 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. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte and i approved this message. my prescription costs keep going up.
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be a lot cheaper to buy my medication from canada. kelly ayotte voted to block consumers from buying safe medicines from canada. and voted against lower cost generic drugs. kelly ayotte gets all that money from the big drug industry. hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions. when you take all that money it just changes you. kelly ayotte's not working for us.
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amy: having real breakfast will be available on mondays. mcdonald's is offering two mick riddles or in eggen she's mcmuffin with apple slices on th e side. the new happy meals will be available all day just like the rest of the breakfast menu. josh: amy, mcdonald's customers in japan get their firies with pumpkin spice. will be october. they are regular french fries drizzled in pumpkin sauce. amy: looks like chocolate sauce to me. josh: gross. [laughing] here is a look at the forecast for the rest of the weekend. temperatures are going to be in the 60's all weekend. 50's and 60's tomorrow. much cooler than what we are used to. it is going to feel chilly,
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amy: looking forward to that new fall wardrobe. josh: i do not think people are saying gross to that. amy: today's top stories up next. the search for two suspects in connection with what police are calling the most elaborate fraud case the town of lee has seen. a gunman at large. police in washington search for a shooter after he opened fire in a shopping m 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, me 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. vo: kelly ayotte says she's on our side, but on our rights, she's squarely with donald trump:
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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
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>> you never, ever find out where they are because they've cover their tracks a while. amy: the search for suspects who spent thousands on fraudulent purchases continues. lee police calling this the most elaborate fraud case the town has ever seen. a gun man on the loose. searching for a shooter after police say this man opened fire at a mall in washington. josh: the weekend. the sudeen switch to fall temperatures and how cold it gets tonight. amy: coming together to tackle hunger. football teams set aside their rivalries for a good cause. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, new hampshire. 7:00 on this saturday, september 24.
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weather center. with a look at a pretty fall like forecast. josh: absolutely. we are going from what has been feeling like summer over to what will definitely feel like fall. we're starting off with sunshine in books it, 48 degrees. an invigorating feel as you walk outside this money. certainly a lot cooler than it was yesterday. the air mass is much drier. northern new hampshire, upper30 much-needed rain, much celebrated rain last night. that pulled through parts of southern new hampshire. as a cold front moves through. and the temperatures today, because of that cooler air mass that had pushed on in, are certainly going to be a lot cooler than the last few days. mostly in the 60's. we talk about the rest of the weekend and the week ahead. see when it warms backup coming up in your forecast in a few minutes. amy: a gunman remains at large in washington state after police
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killing five people and wounding one. arm with a riflee, thisd after the shooting. police of not said if the man had a boating but - a motive. the mall was quickly evacuated. >> there wasn't all at once. it was more like a shot in two seconds later another shot. crazy. amy: residents to stay inside and avoid the cascade mall till further notice. this morning the search is on for two suspects who racked up $10,000 worth of fraudulent purchases in what lee police are calling the most elaborate fraud case that town has ever seen. and now investigators are asking for your help. mike cronin has more from one of the victims. mike: the victim says a similar situation happened to his
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two suspects, a white woman and a black man after kirk block's identity was stolen. in 48 hours, block says the damage was done. >> what amazes me is the speed at which they were able to move and move these purchases. >> block was traveling when he tried accessing his e-mail but could not get in. then an amazon delivery arrived at his house. >> m with a picture and says, it is a camera lens. did you order this? no, i didn't. >> the suspects picked up a camera order from a ups warehouse in dover. >> we show you signing fray. that is impossible. i was not there. >> between camera equipment and gold coins, the fraudsters use $10,000 of his money through a
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preferences so purchases got forwarded to an unknown e-mail. >> you never, ever find out where they are because they cover their tracks a while. >> what we have heard, the same thing has happened to other people within the state, other communities. we want to make people aware this is happening. >> block recommends vigilance and to consider using a credit monitoring service. police are asking yo hampshire tackles hunger food drive is this weekend. thousands of cans and boxed goods were collected at football games across the state. as cherise leclerc tells us, some teams put aside their rivalries for a night of giving. cherise: and may have been the biggest night for high school football teams across the granite state but here, nashua
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their differences off the field to generate all of this food. this will go to their local communities as we continue to tackle hunger in new hampshire. >> you're welcome. cherise: it came in boxes and bags. >> it is nice to be able to help them then and there. cherise: nashua north and south put aside their rivalry to come together as a community. >> i don't think the public appreciates the difference this makes for the students that we have in our schools. cherise: one in new hampshire is in need of food. donors hope to change that. >> 15 locations tonight. that is to great. tomorrow, too. cherise: nashua was one of many schools. spaulding high school in rochester gave donors free admission to the game. >> we thought it was a good way to help our school and get some of our elementary kids part of the process. cherise: manchester and laconia
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hunger was started, more than 125,000 thousand house of food has been collected with a lot more added onto that pile friday. >> it is a great thing. amy: 12 teams will also collect food at their games today. you can find a complete list of participating schools on the sports page of wmur.com. right now nascar fans are packing into motor speedway for a weekend full of fun. but there is a full weekend of activities for all the fans. something new this year -- is a contest for the best decorated campsite. this year's theme? halloween. >> we have been carving these for days. we just want to decorate a little bit. there are others i am sure that are over the top. >> we're getting warmed up. it is going to be a hot weekend. not the weather but we are going to make it warm. amy: the winners of the best
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for a full schedule, you can head to our website, wmur.com. and coming up this morning, tulsa gathers to remember the oklahoma man killed by a police officer. what is next for the officer who fired the shot. showdown with congress after president obama vetoes o this city is it. great food, gorgeous scenery, friendly people. and what's better than doing something awesome in manchester? doing it for free. we hear you. that's why a-a-r-p is hosting fun, free, informative events. like wine tours and movie premieres. plus, we're offering resources to help you achieve your goals. and we're finding ways to make manchester even more livable. so if you don't think, "this is right for me" when you think a-a-r-p then you don't know "aarp."
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josh: good morning. look at this beautiful shot over the big lake in meredith. fog and partly sunny skies
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will be much cooler than what we have become accustomed to as of late. we will tell you how warm it gets today versus the next few days in our forecast. amy: a funeral is being held tonight for the oklahoma man killed by a tulsa police officer last week. the officer who fired the shot that claimed the life of 40-year-old terence crutcher is now charged with first-degree manslaughter. betty shelby's attorney says his client drew her gone and stead of the stun gun because she thought crutcher was armed. police say he did not have a gun. congress could soon override president obama's speech how of the 9/11 bill. it would've allowed the families of the victims to sue saudi arabia's government. 15 of the 19 men who carried out the terror attacks woere saudis. it would be the first override of president obama's presidency. a california man is facing charges for hitting sacramento's mayor in the face with a pie.
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felony assault against a public official and one count of battery. mayor kevin johnson and a former nba star were greeting people at a charity dinner on wednesday when thompson came up behind him and shoved the pie in his face. thompson was ordered to have no contact with the mayor for three years. have you ever taken a pie in the face for charity? josh: no, but don't give anybody any ideas. you are suggesting that subliminally. amy: i'm offering to throw it. josh: i m tomorrow morning for work. let's take a look what we come back at what to expect for these temperatures. much more like fall coming on up. amy: hello, fall. a local group of special needs cheerleaders headed to a
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my prescription costs keep going up. it's more expensive every year. it would be a lot cheaper to buy my medication from canada. kelly ayotte voted to block consumers from buying safe medicines from canada. and voted against lower cost generic drugs. kelly ayotte gets all that money from the big drug industry. hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions. when you take all that money it just changes you.
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rtising. >> now your stormwatch weather as we start off our saturday it is already cooler than the last few minutes. look at northern new hampshire, in the upper 30's. that is what is in the future for much of the state tomorrow morning and monday morning. those temperatures will be 30's, making it down to the southern part of the state most likely by monday morning. as you can see, a little cooler anyway right now.
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80's. and a few times in the 70's. so, the reason i'm showing you this is because don't get used to this too much longer. things are about to change starting with today with much cooler conditions. average high, you can see, it is cooler than where we have been already p the average high for concord is 69. we are not even going to make it to 69 today in most spots. there is your sunrise and sunset for today. getting earlier for that sunset. certainly getting in the evening. and, of course, we are seeing this lower sun angle that will translate into cooler conditions but also a very cool air mass its weight in overnight and into today. that is the other reason we will see much dramatic changes in the temperatures over the next few days. plenty of sunshine out there. some low-level clouds as well. we look at the front that pulled through and sparked all these shers an thunderstorms.
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the system that pulled through last night. certainly helps. we can use every drop we can get. only falling in southern new hampshire last night. that is the part of the state that need to the most desperately. here is that cold front as it drops south, it brings in a much cooler air mass. here is the warmer air -- that is getting pushed south as the cooler air comes down from canada. look at these temperatures here. that is the type of temperatures that are pushing into parts warning in effect for our far northern counties. and a frosted by the for the rest of northern new hampshire. conditions for today. plenty of sunshine expected. some clouds at times. we are going into tonight with clear skies, fairly light winds. 30's for many places tonight. to low 40's.
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tomorrow, more sunshine. still breezy and even cooler. monday night into tuesday, look at what is heading in this direction. more rain. that is our next rain chance and are only rain chance in the next seven days. temperatures today -- upper 50's to 60 to the north. mid-to-upper 60's in central and southern new hampshire. cooler tomorrow -- 50's to low 60's. and monday, beautiful as a. a n only chance of rain in the next seven days is monday night into tuesday morning. amy: fall is here. josh: it is really going to feel like it. amy: to a remarkable cheerleading team preparing to head to a national competition. one of the first of its kind for new hampshire because they will compete in the special needs division. josh: jean mackin shows us how the cheerleaders and their teenage buddies make this teamwork. jean: when the cheerleading squads hid the practice field --
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jean: this team stands out. put your hands together for the manchester challengers. >> all the way. whoo! jean: the special needs squads started two years ago with two cheerleaders. now the roster is up to nine. each cheerleader keeps up with -- a buddy. for some hard work. jean: and heartwarming french --friendships. >> she's too funny. i love her. >> she's the best. >> we're at eam. >> i love working with her. her face expresses a lot. >> every time i see them i smiled pitch looks at me and goes, whoopsie do. thank you. jean: the team is perfecting routines to take on the road.
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in a national competition at disney world in the special needs division. the head coach says they are ready to represent new hampshire. >> amazing. there is no other word to describe it. they're a great group of kids. and that is what they are, they are kids. jean: a team everyone is cheering for. amy: the manchester challengers are collecting donatns to that national competition. if you would like to help, you can find the link on our website, wmur.com. coming up next this morning, the we will tell you how to keep those fall pests out of your house. in our next half hour, closing the kino -- the final chapter. how the park is ending 100 ye ars or racing. today's adopt a pet is palomo.
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he has got plenty of energy and looking for a nice family without cat. you can find more about palomo by going to wmur.com/pets. pam griffin: our daughter courtney got caught in a web of opiate and heroin addiction. doug griffin: our insurance company indicated that
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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. doug griffin: she came to my family to learn more. pam griffin: she listened to what we had to say, who we were - she cared about us... she didn't know us. 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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i am joined by rachel from unh whopper's extension. we are going to talk about some of those fall pests. we'll start with a ladybug, fly away home, but it always seems to want to make it my home. rachel: we've seen an increase in ladybugs trying to get into a home. they're just looking for a place to hibernate overwinter. we're also seeing an increase in box edlder. these are affiliated with box not everyone has this problem. ray: what is the difference between that fly we have your normal flight? -- fly. rachel: this is a cluster fly. they usually come in to attics. they're very unique. the female will ackley -- will
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earthworm. ray: finally have my favorite bug. a lot of people seem to confuse this with the state bug. rachel: it is the same order. this is the western conifer seed. looks very much like the brown stink bug. but there is differences. ray: so, how do i keep these things out of my house? things out of my house? rachel: exclusion is number tight, doors tights. screens in the attic. ray: once they are in the house, what do i do? rachel: if you can vacuum -- them, you are doing great. ray: that is it for today's grow it green. hopefully you keep some of the bugs out of the house. rachel: for more information
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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. f our students graduate debt free. cutting student debt should be our goal for all state colleges
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning. 7:30. we begin with a live look at hampton beach. the sunrise looking spectacular over the ocean. 47 degrees or here's a look at our top stories on the half hour. police are investigating a bank robbery after they say a man walked into td bank and demanded cash. race last night at a community meeting in the queen city. manchester's police chief and the former mayor were there to discuss how the city can better embrace and understand different cultures. rockingham park is marking the end of 100 years of horse racing and the granite state. the track will hold an auction before the park closes for good next friday. we will get to all those stories in a minute but first let's check in with josh judge and the weather center for a look at today's forecast.
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52 degrees. one of the warmer spots around in manchester. plenty of sunshine. and look at those temperatures. 30's and northern new hampshire. 40's in much of the state. one quick look at that rain that pull through last night leaving about a half inch in many locations. and then pulling away as the cold front rolled on through. it does bring cooler air in today and chillier air for tonight. look at these temperatures in look at these temperatures in the mid-to-upper 60's for highs state. center dot hampshire around the upper 50's and lower 60's. and more of the same in northern new hampshire, upper 50's. how much cooler will get tonight into tomorrow? we have got a look at that in your week ahead forecast minutes away. amy: new this morning, police are investigating a bank robbery. a white man walked into t.d. bank at 2:30 cap yesterday afternoon and demanded money. the robber did not make any threats. he took off after getting some
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daughter and their dog are safe after getting lost on the trails in pisgah state park. fish and game officials say the mother called 911 around 5:30 five last night after she and her eight-year-old daughter got caught in heavy rain. two hours later, officers found them on the reservoir trail and brought them out of the woods on an atv. a tell a woman is recovering after suffering serious injuries in a crash -- a pelham woman. mammoth road yesterday when she crossed the centerline and slammed head-on into an suv. a pick up truck try to avoid the accident but ended up hitting the suv. major was taken to the hospital with serious but non-life-threatening injuries. a four year old and infant in the suv were not hurt. the final chapter is being written this weekend at rockingham park. with the track close, today
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track is marking the end of 100 years of horse racing in new hampshire. tom: this walk down memory lane's, 100 years of harness racing in new hampshire. rockingham park, the rock, is being stripped to the walls, everything must go. thousands from around the country expected to gather for one final race. a race to see who can land the artifacts that made the rock the rock. >> t tomorrow outside with the track equipment at 9:00 a.m. moved into the gambling rooms at 10:00. then the memorabilia will be sold at noon time. tom: scrapbooks and brochures and jockey equipment, rockingham park signs and poker room equipment, including chips. >> i did not realize how much history has been in this place. it is overwhelming and sad. tom: they remember a vibrant
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rose came up from massachusetts. rose: everything that they are selling and why. some of the books and pictures. and looking outside and hoping the horses were still running. tom: the liquidation it is expected to raise half $1 million. ed callahan has been running it since 1983. he is seen the good times and bad. ed: there is a little sadness, little joy in almost over. the last 5, 6 months have been emotionally difficult for an awful lot of people. tom: staff will spend the rest of next week getting rid of anything not sold before the park closes for good next friday. amy: the buildings will begin to be demolished. by spring, the property should be ready for redevelopment. goffstown is holding a townwide fire drill. it is part of the national
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team is asking every home to practice what to do in the event of fire. that means testing smoke alarms and practicing two ways to get out of the house, crawling low and having a family meeting spot. >> because when the real thing happens, you do not want to start thinking then. you want it to be automatic. you want yourself as a parent and your children to automatically kn w it, the more you do not have to think about it. amy: the community response team remind everyone to change batteries in smoke detectors twice a year. also happening today, police and merrimack will offer free car seat inspections as part of child passenger safety week. the u.s. department of transportation says 62% of car seats are misused and installing the correctly is one of the best ways to keep your children safe. certified safety technicians will offer lessons on how to
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kicks off saturday at 9: 00 a.m. the recent police involved shootings have sparked tension between police and their communities. now loved ones of law enforcement officers are asking people to understand the life-threatening duties of the job. a group of trooper wives from massachusetts are working to show people the other side of the badge. teresa claire reports from hollis, new hampshire, where blue ribbons adorn the town square. teresa: th organize this have spent countless hours since march crafting these ribbons. they hang them up across massachusetts. now that initiative has moved to the granite state and it is to promote one simple message. >> right there. thanks. >> you are loved and supported and appreciate. that is our message for the officers when they drive by and see a blue ribbon. cherise: they walk from tree to
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people who support the initiative and even those wearing the badge. >> you don't come out and do this job for praise or things like this. cherise: the blue ribbons are part of a nationwide initiative sparked by a deadly ambush on police officers in new york. but since the death of trooper thomas clardy in massachusetts and march, a group of state police wives has vowed to adorn towns in b who watches a loved one go into the field never knowing what could happen. sharon: you give them a kaiss. -- give them a kiss. be careful. cherise: tina carlson wanted to see her town support the initiative. she and others are planning a fundraiser for their local police as well. a way to remind people of the good. tina: i wanted to show our
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of the first two towns to be part of this movement. there will be a day of raffles to raise money for these two local police departments on october 8. you can find more information on her website, wmur.com. amy: well, race relations were center stage at a community meeting in manchester last night. manchester police chief and the former mayor and backgrounds were invited to take part in a discussion series called "we are all human." the organizer says he feels hopeful when a diverse city can talk about in prison different cultures. >> it's aa way to be preventative. how can we tackle the issue in a different way so we can set the standard of what it looks like to be in an inclusive community that welcomes everybody. >> that is why we are different
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conversation, have the dialogue and move past any potential conflict. amy: this community series will likely hold more discussions in future. demonstrators returned to the streets of charlotte, north carolina, protesting after a black man was fatally shot. many protesters are calling for the release of police video showing the deadly shooting of keith scott. meantime, we are seeing cell ph wife. she please with her husband to get out of an suv and tells police not to shoot him. a gun could be seen on the ground after the shooting. family members who viewed the police video say it is not clear what was in his hand. the police chief does not want to release the video while the investigation is ongoing. >> if i were to put it out indiscriminately and it does not give you good context, it can
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her planned visit to charlotte at the mayor's request that both major presidential candidates stay away for the time being. clinton will instead visit the city on october 2. donald's campaign says he is no longer planning a post-debate visit to charlotte next week. meanwhile, both nominees are getting ready for their first debate. you can watch them go head-to-head on the issues right here on wmur hillary clinton and donald trump will face off at hofstra university in new york. the debate gets underway at 9:00. massachusetts senator elizabeth warren will be in new hampshire to campaign for democrat hillary clinton. in nashua, manchester and durham. and donald trump's running mate will be back next week. mike pence will hold a rally at milford's town auditorium on monday at 1:30.
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get smelly. the corpse flower is expected to bloom today. the plant, which is named morphy, stands around seven feet tall and only blooms about every six years. when it does, the flower only lasts a day. you can go smell it for yourself. the greenhouses open to visitors between 8:00 noon today. ce figure out who stole half a dozen plastic plumbing goes from a soccer field. the orange flamingos are being displayed to support 12-year-old abby van dyke. last month, police investigated a similar stuff but those plumbing goes were returned. today at 1:30, john stark high school is hosting its homecoming football game honoring abby and her fight against cancer. the community is selling the orange plumbing goes for $10. all proceeds go to support her
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expenses. the new hampshire tackles hunger food drive is this weekend. 12 teams will collect food at their games tonight. after 15 help the drive last night. those food donations will go to local food banks. one in nine people in new hampshire are in need of food. over three years, they have collected more than 125,000 pounds of food that has gone to local pantries to make a difference. >> it is so awesome. i do not think the public truly appreciates the difference makes for the students that we have in our schools. amy: you can see the complete list of participating schools on our website and our mobile app. if you're looking for something fun to do with your family today, we have a list of ideas. nine straight wins for the red sox and there is a chance they can clinch a playoff spot. jason king has those details. josh: cooler weather pushing him. it is a real, true fall like feel to this first weekend of fall.
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when rain chances return coming
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>> wmur sports is brought to buy jeep. >> now meteorologist josh judge with your stormwatch 9 forecast. josh: it is one of those days. starting off a little bit cooler than what we have seen previously. as you can see right there,
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air mass pushing in. a freeze warning in effect for parts of northern new hampshire for tonight. we will take a look at those temperatures around the region right now. upper 30's in northern new hampshire. and 40's to very low 50's everywhere else. and the last seven days have been so much warmer. therefore, we have got cooler weather moving on in. so, things like temperatures like this are going to be a thing of the past. several days. and pretty much the entire week ahead. average high is 69 for today. that freeze warning in effect and to the south of frost advisory in effect for tonight. and likely it will be tomorrow night as well. two pretty chilly nights on the way, rather, for tonight and tomorrow night before things get a little bit milder at night for the upcoming week. plenty of sunshine to some areas
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otherwise, sunshine and just a few clouds passing here and there. a look at the rain that pulled through last night. you can see there were some heavy downpours at times. just southern new hampshire as this front pushed through. and it is pushing down much cooler air from the north behind this cold front. but you can see there is really nothing else in terms of organized weather systems at the moment nearby. dry for the weekend and the next rain chance is not until monday night into tuesday. the warm ar bringing above average temperatures finally being pushed to the south being replaced by this much cooler, fresher air coming down from canada which you will definitely notice the difference as we go to the weekend. we take a look right now it today. a lot of sunshine and a few clouds here and there. any fog you have this morning will be burning off. then tonight, clear skies, lighter wind. we have breezy conditions today and tomorrow. but the breeze lets up a bit tonight. and temperatures dropped quite a
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morning. monday morning, you will be sending the kids out to the bus and they will be bringing the jacket for sure. here's monday itself. a beautiful day. it recovers and temperatures get into the 60's. monday night into tuesday, here comes our next shot at rain. that pulled away tuesday morning. a quick look at your temperatures to expect. 60 today. 50's to near 60 to the north. check out the much chillier conditions for tonight as we go through it will be chilling off in a hurry. plans tonight, you will want to bundle up a bit. cooler tomorrow, lower 60's. the week ahead see one rain chance monday night into tuesday morning. and we get back into the 70's by midweek. amy: looking to make up some more sure. josh: absolutely. still way behind. it helps a little. amy: it is 7:46. lee police are looking for these
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elaborate fraud case the town has ever seen. they say this pair wrapped up $10,000 worth of purchases made from a fraudulent credit card. the fourth annual him to tackle some good food drive is this weekend. thousands of cans and boxed goods were collected at games across the state last night. 12 other teams were collect food at their games today. chase for the cup is back in new hampshire. tens of thousands of fans are pouring into the new hampshire motor speedway ahead of the bad boy off-road 300 tomorrow. rides, there is plenty to do today. here's a look at what is happening in new hampshire. >> celebrate a piece of granite state history as the new hampshire state house turns 20 years old today. 0the bicentennial fair money starts at 10 of. five afterwards, the state house will be open to the public for guided tours. the seventh annual erica's run starts at 9:00 a.m.
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lost her battle with cancer at 23. help and homelessness by joining the way home for the veterans ride home. the motorcycle rally begins on willow street at 9:30. $20 per rider. the ride ends in auburn. winchester is hosting its annual pickle festival. head downtown for a day of music and crafts and fun and pickles. the event starts with a parade at 10:00 fall festival. or just local crafts from 40 vendors or take a horse-drawn hayride. the event starts at 10:00 a.m. and ends at four clock. and that is what is happening in new hampshire. >> now news 9 sports. jason: we start with some baseball. the red sox opened up a series at tampa bay last night against
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a few games away now. david ortiz did it again. the two run home run -- 124 r.b.i.'s. the sox pitching staff took it from there. the save in the ninth. the sox take it 2-1, their ninth straight win. the magic number to clinch the al east division is now four. now to the new hampshire motor speedway. the sprint a highlight of friday's action. the race on sunday is the bad boy off-road 300. they ran three segments nearing the field. it was carl edwards who wins the pole position. two straight new hampshire polls for him and six on the year. he won a $25,000 qualifying award to charities of his choice. he gave half the money to speedway children's charities and have to the nascar
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figured out qualifying. >> it is pretty amazing. i have never had a season like this. it is pretty neat to donate $25,000 in honor of the six pole. now we have got to turn this into a fast race. i have never won up here. jason: here is the starting grid. qualifying second was martin truex. round out the top five, kyle larson, jamie mcmurray, matt kenseth kyle larson had the fastest car in practice on friday morning. number 42 might be one to watch. for new hampshire football teams in action today. stone hill at at st. anselm. plymouth state is at home. dartmouth on the road at holy cross. and here is unh on their matchup with the rams.
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they were up 17-0 last year. >> they are of very physical team. last year, if you look back at the game, they started off very fast on us. we have got to come out the gate and start fast this week. jason: as always, full slate of college football games for you on wmur tv today. at noon time, you have florida state against southern florida, or south florida. 3:30 game, michigan. stanford travels to ucla, at 8:00. have a great saturday. amy: still ahead this morning, we will tell you why two vermont teenagers are headed to legol oand. -- legoland. koda and max wishing everybody a happy fall. thouse are some good looking
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josh: two vermont teenagers on their way to their original legoland in denmark after winning an international competition. amy: abby isaacs talked about
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next stop motion project. jack: it can be relaxing but it can also be stressful. it's hard to believe we still won. abby: they entered into a video competition. jack: i have never won anything this big before. it is a big step in my stop motion career. abby: eating out over 200 submissions to win a trip to the original legoland in denmark -- beatingut submissions. peter: it is super exciting. abby: it was not beginners luck. the duo dedicated three months to the project. peter: i helped draw some pictures. we had to keep it under one minute. we headed to decide what we wanted to include. abby: dickerson helped design a set. peter: the temple and the jail
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abby: then knock clocked 40 hours on 60 seconds of video. jack: it is a long prc ocess. abby: they both agree it was worth it. jack: i would love to enter more contest in the future because i really enjoyed it. maybe it is more enjoyable whe n i win. abby: they head out to the land of lego bricks available on monday in a few areas across the country. -- happy meal breakfast. mcdonald's is offering. some restaurants will offer kid sized hashbrowns. the new happy meals will be available all day just like the rest of the breakfast menu. a kid sized hashbrowns. the regular hashbrowns are like like.
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josh: happy breakfast. let's take a look at your weekend forecast. fall weather here for the weekend. we have one rain chance monday night into tuesday. we will show you that on futurecast in a few minutes. amy: the news continues at the top of the hour. the search for two suspects in connection to what police are calling the most elaborate fraud case the town of le has seen.
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>> never ever find out where they are, because they cover their tracks so well. amy: this morning, the search for suspects who spent thousands on fraudulent purchases continues. lee police calling this the most elaborate fraud case the town has ever seen. a gunman on the loose searching for a shooter after police say this man opened fire at a mall in washington state. josh: expect big changes as we begin the weekend. the sudden switch to fall temperatures and how cool it gets tonight. amy: coming together to tackle hunger. football teams from across the granite state set aside their rivalries for a good cause. amy: good morning, new hampshire. 8:00 a.m. on this saturday,
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very shortly, but first, let's gets over to the weather center and see if we can find josh judge. josh: good morning. amy: you're there. josh: it's going to feel like fall this weekend. 47 degrees and a beautiful look at the seacoast this morning as it will be a beautiful weekend, however, you will notice a major difference in our temperatures for sure. 39 right now in northern new hampshire. it's in the 40's and very low 50's elsewhere and our temperatures will top off in moved through last night. many of us began the day with rain yesterday, and then we ended if in southern new hampshire with that front rolling through and some downpours and even a rumble or two of thunder in some locations. here's your high temperatures today, mid to upper 60's across southern new hampshire. central parts of the state, lower 60's and upper 50's to lower 60's in northern new hampshire. we're going to talk about the rest of the weekend forecast in just a moment, tell you how much longer this fall-like feel will
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this morning in washington state after police say he opened fire at a mall overnight killing five and wounding one. armed with a rifle, police say this man walked into a macy's he reportedly ran from the scene after the shooting. police have not said if the man had a motive, but they do believe he was acting -- alone. the mall, 65 miles north of seattle, was quickly evacuated. >> e. it wasn't all at o seconds later, nor shot, so crazy. crazy. >> authorities are asking all residents in the area to stay inside and avoid the mall in burlington until further notice. amy: this morning, the search is on for the benefit two suspects who racked up $10,000 worth of fraudulent purchases in what the town of lee investigators are calling the most elaborate fraud case that town has ever seen and now police are asking for your help. wmur news 9's mike cronin has
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situation happened to his neighbor just about a week ago. lee police are looking for these two suspects, a white woman and a black man after kirk block's identity was stolen in just a span of 48 hours, block says the damage was done. >> what amazes me is the speed at which they were able to move and move these purchases. last month, block was traveling when he email but couldn't get in and couldn't reset his password. then, an amazon delivery arrived at his house. >> my daughter sent me a text with a picture, she says, oh, this camera lens, cannon camera lens shows up. she said did you order this and i sad no i didn't order that. the suspects shown in video surveillance picked up a camera order from a u.p.s. warehouse in dover. >> and i said, well, we show you signing for it, and i'm like, that's impossible. i wasn't there. between camera equipment and
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fraudsters used about $10,000 of his money through a credit card and pay pal account. and he says, they changed his email preferences so item purchases got forwarded to an unknown email. >> you never ever find out where they are, because they cover their tracks so well. >> what we've heard, same thing happened to other people within the state, the communities, so we just want to get out there and make people aware this is happening. block and to consider use ago credit monitoring service. police are asking anyone with information on this case to give them a call. in lee, mike cronin, wmur news 9. amy: the fourth annual new hampshire tackles hunger food drive is this weekend. thousands of cans and boxed goods were collected at football games across the state and as wmur news 9 tells us, some teams put aside their rivalries for a night of giving. >> it may have been the biggest
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football teams across the granite state, but nashua north and nashua south put aside their differences off the field all to generate all of this food. this will all go to their local communities as we continue to tackle hunger here in new hampshire. >> thank you very much. >> you're welcome. >> it came in boxes, can, and bags. >> it's nice to be able to help them right then and there. nashua north and nashua south put aside their rivalry to come together as one community. >> it is so awesome, i don't think the this makes for the students that we have in our schools. one in nine people in new hampshire is in need of food, through drives like this, donors hope to change that. >> 15 locations tonight, that's great and tomorrow too, awesome. and nashua was one of many schools getting involved. spalding high school in rochester gave donors free admission to the game. >> we thought it was a good way to help our school and to get some of our elementary kids part
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collected stockpiles of food, since new hampshire tackles hunger was started four years ago, more than 125,000 pounds of food has been collected with a lot more added on to that pile friday. >> it's a great thing. in nashua, wmur news 9. amy: 12 teams will also collect food at their games today. you can find a complete list of participating schools on the sports page of wmur.com. right now, nascar ing in to new hampshire motor speedway. there's a full weekend of activities for the fans. this year's theme is halloween. including a decorateed campsite. >> we wanted to decorate a little bit. there are other over the top. >> we're just getting warm up here and it's going to be a hot, hot weekend.
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amy: the winners of the best decorated campsite will be announced later today. for a full schedule of events head to our web site, web web. tulsa gathers to remember the oklahoma man killed by a police officer, plus, what's next for the officer who fired the shot. showdown with congress after president obama vetoes a 9-11
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josh: good morning and welcome back. we've got bright sunshine on the way for today. blue skies, and a cool start to the day. you can see some of the steam fog coming off the lake as the cool air over the relatively warmer waters, we take a look at that cool air and how chilly it
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in your forecast coming right up. amy: a funeral is being held tonight for the oklahoma man killed by a tulsa police officer last week. the officer who fired the shot that claimed the life of 40-year-old terrance clutcher is now charged with first degree manslaughter. betty shelby's attorney says his client drew her gun instead of a stun gun because she thought crutcher was armed. police say he did not have a gun. newly released 911 transcripts are shedding more light on what haed night club massacre. the gunman told the police negotiator that the united states needed to stop bombing syria and iraq. omar ma teen identified himself to a 911 operator, saying, this is mateen, i want to let you know i'm in orlando and i did the shooting. 49 people died, 53 others were injured in the june 12th attack. congress could soon override president obama's veto of the 9-11 bill. the bill would have allowed the
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the terror attacks were saudi nationals. if supporters succeed in overriding the bill, it would be the first override of president obama's presidency. a california man is now facing charges for hitting sacramento's mayor in the face with a pie. activist sean thompson was charged yesterday with one count of felony assault against a public official and one count of battery. mayor kevin johnson and a former nba when thompson allegedly came up to him from behind and shoved the pie in his face. thompson was order to have no contact with the mayor for three years. >> josh: as i get more hungry, i want to know what kind of pie that was. amy: josh, i don't think that was the point of the story. josh: ok. >> get serious. josh: here's the point of the weekend. cooler, fall-like and sunny. >> very nice. you could run with the mayor on that. josh: hopefully no pies in the
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with his forecast. and then, a local group of special needs cheerleaders head today a national competition. how you can help get them there. colin van ostern: i know from my own life the difference a college education can make.
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josh: well, good morning on a saturday, we are starting off a little bit cooler. if you head outside this morning, you will notice the difference in the crisp, cooler
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this morning. it's a little bit chilly and 40's to lower 50's everywhere else. guess what, tomorrow morning at this time it will be significantly colder by 5 to 10 degrees. because of that, we have a freeze warning in effect for all of coas county tonight into tomorrow morning and a frost advisory in effect for areas just to the south there. the northern half of carroll and grafton counties are in the frost advisory areas north of the notches there. everywhere else, it will be frost likely probably tonight, but sunday night into monday, that could be a different story. that will be even a little bit cooler. so we've got a lot of sunshine out there. oh, did you see that? we had some rain roll through last night, some downpours. meanwhile, there was rain in northern new hampshire during the first part of the day, so we all saw a little bit of much-needed rain yesterday. could have used more, but we'll take what we request get and it
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dipping southward and bringing cooler air with it. the warm air we've had getting displaced to the south and getting replaced by this. the cooler air. coming down from canada and that's why it's going to be a whole different situation this weekend, today, and then into tomorrow. tomorrow probably the coolest day of this entire stretch. quick check on tropical weather. and we've got tropical storm carl, which spirit of south carolina very strong storm, i'm going to zoom in and show you how close it's coming to bermuda, making a direct approach and then a quick right turn, sparing them at least the worst of it, but they're still getting decked pretty hard from this as you can see, it's beginning to pull away now. that's good news for they will and will continue to do so, likely going back to hurricane status again in the next day or so. back here at home, we had the rain pull through last night and in terms of rainfall amounts, here's what we are saw. these rainfall amounts came in the morning, and then in southern new hampshire, as you can see, anywhere from just a
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from -- little bit more from the rain last night and today, no more rain. it's going to dry right out, stays that way, sunshine, some clouds here and there. breezy and noticeably cooler and then tonight with the clear skies and winds dying down a little bit, we'll see temperatures dipping down into the 30's in many locations tonight and tomorrow night as well. monday, plenty of sunshine after a real cold start monday morning. we're back to sun and mid 60's monday night into tuesday. there's some of the rain. that's our only rainnc temperatures for today, top off in the mid to upper 60's, tonight, i mentioned it will be cooler, take a look at that, and then tomorrow, cooler still. 50's to the north and upper 50's and lower 60's everywhere else tomorrow. monday looks good. some rain monday night into tuesday, then we start to see the temperatures moderate a little bit, but all these temperatures are much cooler than what it has been, so this will be a shock to the system to some people. amy: we're embarking on sweater
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and jackets in the morning too. amy: sure. great. well, now to a remarkable cheerleading team preparing to head to a national competition, one of the first of its kind for new hampshire, because teal compete in the special needs division. josh: wmur wmur wmur wmur news n shows us how the cheerleaders an they're teenage buddies make this teamwork. the reporter: when the cheerleading squads hit the practice field this team stands out. >> the reporter: put your hands together for the manchester challengers. >> all the way down! the reporter: the special needs cheer squad started two years ago with two cheerleaders. now, the recognition terms of accumulation is up to nine. -- the roster is up to nine. each cheerleader on the team and a team buddy for some hard work. >> mr. eufplt: we're dynamite, we're out of sight.
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>> she's the best and she's too funny and i love her. >> we're a team. one team, one family. >> i definitely love working with holly, because she's like me, she doesn't say much but her face expresses a lot. >> every time i see them, i smile and she has this thing where she goes whoopsie do. the reporter: the team is practicing twice a week, perfecting teams to take on the road. in december, they'll compete in a national competition at disneyworld in >> put a little boom in it. the head coach says they're ready to represent new hampshire. >> amazing. there's no other word to describe it. it's amazing. they're a great group of kids and that's what they are, kids. the reporter: a team everyone is cheering for. in manchester, jean mackin, wmur news 9. amy: the manchester challengers are collecting donations to get
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site, wmur.com. coming up next here this morning, the first weekend of fall is here. this morning, we're whipping up a delicious apple crisp in the news 9 kitchen and in our next half-hour of news this morning, closing the final chapter on rockingham park. how the track is marking the end of 100 years of racing here in new hampshire. today's adopt is pet is a sweet natured collie mix who is about a year and a half old. without a cat. you'll find more information about poloma and other adoptable about poloma and other adoptable pets at narrator: over and over it's been their agenda: anything to defund planned parenthood.
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josh: it is fall, that time of year when we head out to our local farms and check you'll the apples. here is diane. how are the apples. >> it's beautiful. the apples, it's a short beautiful apples. look at the size that apple and as i say, size doesn't matter, the little ones taste just as good and they're just as sweet as the big one. you'll find lots of different things when you go picking this year. josh: you have mac's and portlands. >> we're picking a few honey crisp right now. we're just beginning the season and saturday, the weather is supposed to be beautiful and bright and cool and it's going
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the reporter: what can do you with your apples. >> this is chuck's favorite, everyone asks for this recipe over an over again, so that's why i'm going to make it today. it's a real easy apple. you can use any type of apple that you want, and we're going to cut about eight medium-sized ones, peel them, core them, cut them up in to chunks and put them in a pie plate and then we're going to start with a bowl, with two-thirds of a cup of granulated sugar, we're going to use one cup of dark brown full flavor and then a cup of white flour and a little bit of cinnamon, depending on your tastes, a couple of tablespoons, and we're just going to mix that up slightly and then we're going to add softened butter to it and that's what makes it good, the pure real good butter and had three quarters of a stick of butter. >>. so many fun things to do with the apples this time of year. but this is a classic everybody loves. >> it is. you just mix it up, the kids can help you because there's no
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if the butter is hard, get your fingers in there and crumble it up and once it's all stirred up and mixed to consistency, you can just pour it over the top of the apples and pop it in the oven and you're going to bake it for 50 minutes to an hour at 350. take it out, it will still be bubbling, serve it with nice new hampshire ice cream on the top or whipped cream and it's even better the second day. >> this is true. >> make a big batch, that's a double batch we have made at the farm and y of it and put it in your morning oatmeal or add it to your yogurt that you're taking for school lunches. >> not only can you pick apples, you'll be at the farmers market as well. >> saturday mornings in concord on capital street from 8:30 a.m. to noon and this week, enough is going to be -- u.n.h. will be there and they'll be sampling kiwi berries. they're about the size of a grape and it's a new crop that we might be able to grow here in new hampshire. >> how neat it that.
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pick apples, when can he this do that? >> every day from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. before the day before thanksgiving and it goes until columbus day weekend or until we run out of apples on the tree. we're in the middle of the season and the picking is great. we're located at 580 in concord. >> you have lots of other local products. cheese from maple hill and maple products and things from other new hampshire producers. >>. what a great way to find out about the local companies. that is our finished product right up there in front. you're going to finish that up. diane from apple hill in concord.
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amy: good morning everybody. it's 8:30 a.m. i'm amy coveno. we begin with a live look at the clock tower on the campus of new hampshire state university. here's a look at our top stories on the half-hour. police in rindge are investigating a bank robbery after a man walked machine walked into the td bank and demanded cash. race relations taking center stage last night tea community meeting in thee manchester's police chief and the former mayor were there to discuss how the city can embrace and understand different cultures. rockingham park is marking the end 100 years of horse racing in new hampshire. the track will hold an auction today before the park closes for good next friday. we'll get to all those stories and more in just a minute, by first, let's get over to josh judge in the weather center. he likes it that way best. lead us off this half-hour with an update on the forecast. josh: set everything else aside. the most important thing of
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dealing. goffstown at 53 degrees. and there is some fog out there in some locations as you mentioned, amy. some of the value lirks the mountain valleys and river valleys and so with that, we can see the visibility is lower in some areas, lebanon, two mile visibility and plymouth there at seven miles visibility and about a quarter to half mile visibility in parts of northern new hampshire in the mountain valleys. temperatures still in the upper 30's in parts of northern new hampshire. 40's and lower 50's elsewhere and there's one last look at that rain. everybody was so rained yesterday morning and that is now gone and in its wake, a cooler air mass pushing on in, bringing temperatures in the mid to upper 60's in central and southern new hampshire, northern parts of the state, upper 50's to near 60 degrees. and it gets cooler from here. we'll talk about that if your full forecast, that's just a few minutes from now. amy: new this morning, risk police are investigating a --
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a bank r.b.i. singlery at the td bank on route 202. the robber did hot show a weapon or make threats. he did take off after getting cash. a pelham woman is recovering this morning after suffering serious injuries in a crash. let says 73-year-old sally major was driving south on mammoth road in pelham yesterday when she crossed the center line and slammed head on into an surf. a pickup truck tried to avoid the accident and ended up hitting the s.u.v. as well. major was taken to the hospital with serious but non-life-threatening injuries. were riding in the s.u.v. were not hurt. the final chapter is being written this weekend at rockingham park. with the track now closed, today everything will be auctioned off wmur's tom griffith has more on how the track is mark being the end of a century of horse racing in new hampshire. >> it is a walk down memory lane, 100 years of thoroughbred and harness racing racing in new hampshire. rockingham park, the rock, is
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country expected to gather for one final race. a race to see who can land the artifacts that made the rock the rock. >> the auction will start tomorrow outside with the track equipment at 9:00 a.m., moved into the gambling rooms at 10:00 a.m., and then the memorabilia where we're sitting now will be sold at noontime. >> countless pictures, scrap books, brochures, jockey equipment, rockingham park including tables and chips. >> i didn't realize how much history has been in this place. it's very overwhelming and sad. the reporter: some have been coming for decades. they remember a vibrant place. they came with friends and loved ones, now gone. rose came up from massachusetts for one final look. >> everything that is solemn, some of the books and pictures, and looking outside, and hoping the horses were still running.
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dollars. ed callahan has been running the rock since 1983. he has soon the good times and the bad. >> there's a little joy in the fact that it's almost over, the last five, six months have been, you know, emotionally difficult for an awful lot of people. the reporter: after the auction, staff at the rock are spend the rest of next week getting rid of anything not sold before the park closes for good next friday. tom amy: the buildings will begin to be demolished and by next spring, the property should be ready for redevelopment. today, goffstown is holding a townwide fire drill, part of a national effort called prepareathon. goffstown's community emergency response team is asking every home to practice what to do in the events of a fire. that means testing smoke and carbon monoxide alarms, practicing at reece two ways to exit the home, crawling low in case there's smoke and having a
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>> because when the real thing happens, you don't want to start thinking then, you want it to be automatic. you want yourself as a parent and your children to just automatically know what to do, because the more you practice it, the more you don't even have to think about it. amy: goffstown community emergency response team also reminding everyone to change the batteries in the smoke and co detectors twice a year. also, happening today, police in merrimac will be offering free car seat inspections child passenger safety week. the u.s. department of transportation says nearly 60% of car seats are misused and installing them directly is one of the best ways to keep your children safe. certified safety technicians will offer lessons on how to properly use car seats. national seat check saturday kicks off at the merrimac police department at 9:00 a.m. i attended one of those when my children were in car seats. i could not believe how
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installed. manchester police chief nick willard, former mayor bob bames and citizens were invited to take part of in a discussion series called we are all human. the mayor says when a city can talk openly and embrace different cultures. >> how can we unite, tackle the issue in a different way to set the standard for what it's like to be in an together. >> that's why we're different in manchester and parts of new hampshire, we're willing to have the conversation, have the dialogue, and kind, you know, move past any potential conflict. amy: this community series will likely hold more discussions going forward. demonstrators return to the streets of charlotte, for carolina last night, protesting after a black man was fatally shot by a police officer. many protesters are calling for
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cellphone video recorded by scott's wife. in her recordings, she pleads with her husband to get out of an s.u.v. and tells police not to shoot him. police say he was armed and a gun could be seen on the ground after the shooting. family members who viewed the police body cam and dashcam video say it's not clear what was in his hand. the police chief does not want to release the police video while the investigation is ongoing. >> put it out indiscriminately and it doesn't give you good cot, and make it even worse. amy: hillary clinton postponed her planned visit to charlotte tomorrow at the mayor's request that both major presidential candidates stay away for now. clinton's campaign says she will instead visit the city october 2. donald trump's campaign says he's no longer planning a post-debate visit to charlotte flex week. meanwhile, both presidential nominees are preparing for the first debate. you can watch them go head-to-head on the issues right here on wmur monday night.
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will face off after hofstra university on long island in new york. the debate begins at 9:00 a.m. manchester senator elizabeth warren will be here in new hampshire today, campaigning for democrat hillary clinton. she's holding events in nashua, manchester, and durham. donald trump's running mate will be back in the granite state next week. mike pence will hold a rally at milford's town monday at 1:30 p.m. dartmouth college is about to get very stinky. the corpse flower is due to bloom today. the plant, named morphy, stands around 7 feet tall, it only blooms about every six years. when it does, the flower only lasts a couple of days and maybe that's a good thing, considering the foul odor that it gives offer. the green house opens to visitors today between 8:00 a.m. and noon. police in henniker trying to
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plastic flamingos from a soccer field on old concord road. sound familiar? this is a different story. the orange flamingos being displayed around town to support 12-year-old abbey van dyke, battling leukemia. last month, police investigated another theft of flamingos, but those flamingos were returned with an apology. john stark high school is hosting the homecoming football team today honoring abbey an her fight against cancer. the city is all the proceeds go to abbey's medical fund. the fourth annual new hampshire tackles hunger food drive is this weekend. 12 teams will collect food at their games tonight after 15 held a drive last night. those food donations will go to local food banks helping one in nine people in new hampshire who are in need of food. over the past three years, new hampshire tackles hunger has collected more than 125,000 pounds of food that has gone to local pantries to make a
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think the public truly appreciates the difference that this makes for the students that we have in our schools. amy: you can see the full list of participating schools on our web site, and mobile app. coming up this morning, week number four, friday night football in the books already, 15 games around the state, jason king has all of the scores we promise you all of them and highlights coming up in sports. josh: the temperatures, how about this? itit was so warm this past week but started to c notice a big difference as cooler air comes down from canada. we'll tell you how long the cooldown lasts. it's 840?
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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 and i approve this message. josh: here we are, back to the
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instantly going to feel like fall, just snap your fingers, and all of a sudden, temperatures today are going to be a whole lot different than what they've been. upper 30's to lower 40's now in northern new hampshire, as the temperatures start to warm up just a little bit. 40's and lower 50's everywhere else. and because of the cooler air mass pulling on in, and the chilly air expected tonight, we have a freeze warning, i think this may be the first one we've had yet this season for northern new and a frost advisories for areas to the south, base of the white mountain. the frost and freeze warnings may be farther south sunday night into monday. but not tonight. all right. a look at the clear skies out there, but there is some fog in some of the valleys this morning, the mountain valleys and the river valleys, keep that in mind. all right. so that front that came through last night, it pushed through some showers and even a rumble of thunder or two were detected in this.
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detectors, and about a half inch of rain fell in some of the areas that saw the most of it and now the cooler air is draining down behind that front as it's still sliding southward and dragging down the cool air. it's going to be a fresh feel out there for sure. very different out there already this morning, and that continues through the day. a little breezy today too, as that cold air comes on down, it kicks up the breeze a little bit today and tomorrow. so both days this weekend, wind at times. there's a look at all the sunshine that we see now and will continue to see. in terms of rainfall amounts, yesterday morning, we had rain in the northern part of the state, and then last evening, in the southern part of the state. nothing major, but at least it keeps us going, because we've been having these long dry spells in between and now we have to wait for monday night into tuesday for our next chance of rain. clear skies today, just some sun and clouds mixed in at times. clear tonight, chilly ace mentioned, tomorrow after the
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no patriots game tomorrow afternoon, so you can get outside and enjoy it, it will feel like fall. feel like october tomorrow, i think. as it will be a little cooler and then monday, there's a look at sunshine and then rain arriving in on monday evening into tuesday. there's a look at your highs to expect for today. the game tomorrow, -- the race tomorrow, rather, you've got mostly sunny skies, cool conditions. race time temperature right around the lower 60's, and a look at your week ahead, monday chance right now. otherwise, pretty nice forecast though for you. amy: absolutely. spectacular time of year, for sure. it's 8:45 a.m. an update on our top stories. lee police are looking for these two in connection to what they're calling the knows elaborate fraud case the town they say this woman and man racked up $10,000 worth of purchases made with a fraudulent credit card. the fourth annual new ham tackles hunger food drive is this weekend.
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goods were collected at games across the state last night and a dozen other teams will collect food at their games today. the chase for the cup is back in the granite state. tens of thousands of fans pouring in to the new hampshire motor speedway ahead of the bad boy offroad 300 tomorrow. jason: hey everyone. here's your abbreviated version of last night's friday night football report. week four, rivalry week around the state. also new hampshire hunger with 15 sites hosting collections for our food drive. we start in division ii, undefeated hanover hosting the lebanon raiders. raiders go to the air. routen connects with matthew islander. that drive would stall and it's hanover that strikes first. winter takes it in from a couple yards out. winter rushed for 120 yards and three touchdowns. a packed house in hanover last
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hunger. almost 900 fans there last night. hanover wins 34-8. they are 4-0. merrimac valley, the cavaliers improved to 3-1. kennett home at st. thomas. the eagles hand the defending state champs the first loss since the 2014 windham. laconia, at home last night with pembroke, first play from scrimmage, jacob fillgate takes off on a 56-yard run, down into the 3-yard line, which would set up a laconia touchdown, made it 7-0, a good showing for new hampshire tackles hunger in the lakes region as well. the homecoming crowd pitching in with a great effort at bank of new hampshire stadium. 48-16 over the spartans.
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the jaguars 4-0 on the road, they win 43-7. hosting the camble cougar, blue devils get on the board first, the opening cookoff was taken 80 yards for the score, made it 6-0, epping. cougars quarterback bretton is going to find spencer for 25 yards. the next would score from 15 yards out. he had 32 carries for 214 yards, three touchdowns and the cougars win, 41-6. a pair of 2-1 teams met, winnisquam hosting brady.
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brady though, tough on the road, good run here by moses, four interceptions for the giants and brady picks up a nice win on the road, 20-12 over the bears. raymond at somersworth in the grave yard, somersworth wins 42- 7. greg gibby scored the raymond touchdown. now to division i, spalding, always a huge site for new hampshire tackles hunger. the spalding gang counted over 1500 cans o night, all about the turnovers early. dover's carson webb picked off by mcnulty who takes it deep into green territory. no points, they could not convert on the turnover. webb loses the handle and coughs it up. spalding craig recovers for the red raid, but again, they could not convert. spalding stumbles in the back field. dover recovers. it was scoreless early, but that
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also on the seacoast, a good rivalry between exeter and winnacunnet. second half tied at 14, winnacunnet keeps it on the ground. a nice run for the first down and the home crowd was fired up. but exeter would begin to take control. kyle ball finds bobby cleach in the back of the end zone. touchdown for the blue hawks made it 21-14. it was a great game down the stretch, on for the 31-28 win, so the blue hawks are 4-0. portsmouth beat auburn last night, 42-30. christian pete had 214 all purpose yards and a touchdown while codey graham threw for four scores and ran for another. the gate city rivalry, nashua north and nashua south.
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badersari, the wide receiver en route to a 67-yard touchdown. the titans strike first, up 6-0. always a great collection site for new hampshire tackles hunger. both north and south have food pantries in their schools, so these donations helping some students and their families. south would tie it up. sean holland with a 25-yard touchdown pass to derek downing, but north led 20-13 halftime and the titans go on to win, 27-16 the keene, huge win at home, knocking off previously undefeated b.g., 32-14. maleski had two rushing touchdowns for the black birds. central at home against a winless memorial crusaders team, it was third quarter, tied up at 16 a piece until the 15-yard touchdown run by memorial running back, cameron hall, made it 22-16. two-point conversion was no good. in the fourth quarter, central
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for 22 yards. down to the two yard line, the next play, riviera right up the middle for a touchdown, his second of the game. he ran for 160 yards on the night. central pulls out a tough one, 30-22 over the crusaders. the mack flag up for grabs between pinkerton and londonderry. pinkerton wins 21-14 last night, 18th straight win over the lancers. remind are, you can watch all of ou reports in their entirety on our web site, wmur.com/fnf, also us on twitter, use. the red sox won the 9th straight game last night, beating the rays, 2-1. plenty of racing action at new hampshire motor speedway with happy hour. jammi staton will run that down for us tonight at, well, i guess
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have a great start. amy: you too, jason king. still ahead on wmur news 9 this morning, all day breakfast not just for grownups any more.
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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 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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amy: happy meal breakfasts will be available on monday, in a few areas across the country.
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will offer kid-sized hash browns. the new happy meals will be available all day just like the rest of the breakfast menu. josh: aim my, mcdonald's customers in japan can get the fries with a seasonal twist -- pumpkin spice fries will be available all through october. they are regular french fries drizzled in pumpkin and taco sauce. amy: seriously. some oil change places is advertising a change. it has gotten to be sublimely ridiculous. josh: all right. let's take a look at what's going on out there this weekend. we have a lot of sunshine on the way, but it will be noticeably cooler and crisper, if you've been waiting for the autumn air, it is here, didn't know if you were aware. amy: so you're here to tell us. what are you going to do with the autumn air? are you doing anything fun today? josh: yes. i'm going to play some tennis
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amy: lifestyles of the rich and famous. that wouldn't be you josh judge. we thank you so much for joining us. good morning america is next. josh and i are hanging around. we'll be back in 20 minutes with more local news and weather. we hope you have a great saturday. 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...
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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. doug griffin: she came to my family to learn more. 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 - ...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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good morning, america. breaking overnight. mall massacre. five people shot and killed the gunman caught on camera walking into a macy's in washington state and opening fire. >> cascade, all burlington -- >> escaping into the night. the intense chilling video released by the wife of a man shot by police in charlotte pleading with officers not to open fire. >> don't shoot him. don't shoot him. he has no weapon. >> officers ordering him to drop a gun before shooting him. this morning what could be a critical new report on the weapon cops say was found at the scene. >> countdown to the showdown. the big debate. how the candidates are preparing

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