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in an officer-involved shooting in claremont. >> never any problems. >> a neighborhood in shock tonight. the latest on the attorney general's investigation. >> temperatures are falling quick right now. who could wake up to frost and how cool it could be this week. >> i'm sally kidd in hempstead, new york. donald trump and hillary clinton go one on one for the first time. a preview of the first general election weekend. why they're waiting to see something known for its terrible smell. cherise: right now, an investigation is underway in claremont, where one man was killed in an officer involved shooting. good evening. i'm cherise leclerc. authorities say cody lafont was
officers. wmur's mike cronin joins us live from the attorney general's office in concord with the latest on the investigation. >> this could be a lengthy investigation by the attorney general's office as they figure out the circumstances surrounding the shooting. people woke to a frightening situation this morning in a claremont neighborhood. little before 5:00 a.m., i heard 3 gunshots. >> the attorney general's office says a 911 call on congress says a 911 call on congress street became a confrontation 25-year-old cody lafont was killed, but it's unclear what led to the deadly situation. none of the officers were hurt. >> it made me nervous. i didn't dare turn on any lights. i didn't know if there someone around the neighborhood, running. it was very nerve-racking. >> i'm really surprised. we have lived in this neighborhood since 1985 and i
>> investigators took pictures and collected evidence throughout the day. they're not saying whether any video was recorded from a dash cam or body camera. >> we provide a detailed written report that sets forth all of the information gathered as well as our legal conclusions as to what, if any, criminal matter should be brought. this case is no different than any of the cases that we deal with. >> the ag's office says this w the investigation is complete. neighbors who news 9 spoke to don't know lafont, but say the incident is very unusual for the area. >> i am really kind of sad to see that this has happened, but i think it just goes along with the crazy world we live in today. >> i just feel sad about what happened, feel sad for the police officer. >> an autopsy tomorrow will determine the cause and manner of death. authorities are also
they say when the officer responded to a 911 call, he was confronted by a hysterical woman with a knife. they say the officer backed away, but the woman followed him and ignored orders to drop the knife. that's when police say the officer shot her. the woman is recovering at a hospital. she's now facing charges for a man wanted for using a stolen credit card. authorities say this man seen here used a stolen credit card to buy 4 gift cards from the wal-mart in hudson. the incident happened august 21. anyone with information is asked to call hudson police, or their tip line. a salem man found guilty of filming women with a hidden camera will be sentenced tomorrow. 55-year-old joseph hennessey was convicted of four counts of
police say hennessey placed a camera in a flower pot inside the women's bathroom at kickstand cafe in arlington, mass back in 2014. state police are investigating what caused a car crash that lefthe vehicle crashed upright into trees. the car veered off of i-89 north in concord just after 3 this afternoon. concord fire and rescue cut down trees to get to the car door and get the 53-year-old massachusetts man out. he was treated for non-life threatening injuries. tonight, a manchester family is displaced because of an apartment fire. firefighters say a space heater sparked the fire around 3:50 this morning. it took crews about a half hour to put out the flames on somerville street. nobody was injured in the fire. the red cross is helping the family find a place to stay tonight. temperatures dropping across the state tonight. many areas will have a hard frost tonight. meteorologist hayley lapoint tells us how cool it'll get.
dropping like a rock. many people in the 30's, low 40's. a sign of how cold it will get. by tomorrow morning, it will be real chili. no doubt you guys will go into the 20's tonight. 43 in the cognac and about 50 one in manchester. manchester coastline are the only people exempt from this frost threat. i would certainly if you live in central and western portions of the county, you really want to cover up your plants tonight. temperatures in the low 30's. tomorrow morning, definitely a
low and mid 60's. cherise: in commitment 2016, the countdown to the first presidential debate is on. tomorrow, donald trump and hillary clinton will meet for the first time in new york. wmur's sally kidd is at hofstra university tonight with what to expect. >> the big showdown happens here at hofstra university it could be a night of fireworks as each candidate tries to knock the other one off th for the first time ever -- >> can you believe it? >> hillary clinton and donald trump, one on one. >> we have a little debate coming up. >> it could be a pivotal night. >> this entire debate is about exceeding expectations and overcoming objections. both these folks have to do this. >> she is really unfit for office. >> he is temperamentally unfit. >> political analysts say clinton needs to appear trustworthy and find ways to
>> i think she has to display the vast, deep policy knowledge she has but without sounding overly wonky. >> for trump, most agree the bar is lower. >> he's got to find ways i think to assure them that he's not temperamentally unfit for the job and he's not as racist. the fact checkers will be watching too. donald trump has had factual problems. all of the fact checkers have noticed this. it's not a secret. so will he be pressed if he says something that's g? then on the other side, people are going to look to see if there's equal treatment of hillary clinton. will she be pressed? >> voters will have 90 minutes to watch and decide. the trump camp is downplaying expectations. the rnc put out a memo giving the advantage to clinton, saying few are expecting the same level
and you can watch the first presidential debate here on wmur tomorrow night. cherise: hillary clinton and donald trump will go head to head at hofstra university in new york. coverage begins at 9:00. donald trump's running mate will be in the granite state tomorrow. republican vice presidential candidate mike pence will hold a rally at milford's town auditorium on monday. it starts at 1:30. this is pence's second visit to the state since becoming trump's running mate. clinton will be in new hampshire on wednesd university of new hampshire field house with senator bernie sanders. the event is being billed as a discussion about college affordability. this will be her first visit to the state since the democratic national convention. it was a great afternoon for nascar race fans at the new hampshire motor speedway.
into the stands to watch the bad boy off road 300 race today. many of them stayed several nights in campers. whether they're die hard race fans or new to nascar, people had a great time watching their favorite drivers compete in the chase at the magic mile. >> it's a great day come you can see everything, it's a great experience. >> these guys have told me, but i never went before. never went before, never watched a nascar race in my life. first time i'm gonna be watching one, it's incredible. i'm hooked. i already told them i'm coming back next year. with or without them, i'm going to be here next year. cherise: fans are already looking forward to returning to loudon next summer for more nascar excitement. we'll have highlights from today's race coming up in sports. a very stinky attraction drew more than 2,000 people to the dartmouth college campus this weekend. morphy the corpse flower bloomed on friday and began emitting a terrible stench. dartmouth greenhouse managers compare the foul odor to something between dirty diapers and rotting fish. that stink was at its peak on friday night into saturday morning and was not quite as bad today as people took pictures and snapped selfies with the
>> it's nature at its most awesome. just the stink of it, it's smelling a lot less right now. cherise: morphy will wilt and collapse in the next 24 to 48 hours. he isn't expected to bloom again until at least 2021. today is national lobster day. and a portsmouth lobsterman made a unique discovery while fishing. captain ben ricker pulled up a blue lobster with freckles. blue lobsters are rare, about one in every 10 million. er oceanarium in hampton. the lobster will spend the winter visiting schools throughout new england. thousands of people headed to berlin this weekend for camp rzr at jericho mountain state park. polaris's camp rzr celebrates off-roading. this is the first time the company hosted its nationwide event in berlin. organizers say 7,100 people from 26 states attended.
fireworks. the miami marlins pitcher killed in a boating accident. still to come, how the baseball world is remembering jose fernandez tonight. gunfire inside a las vegas starbucks. how the suspect escaped. hayley: clear skies right now will mean a cold night and cold start tomorrow morning in more sunshine for the start of the work week. cherise: pumpkin picking at beech hill fm. sending this to us. you can submit your pictures and video and join the thousands of u-local members by logging onto
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.
to create good jobs, and keep our young families here. cherise: police on the scene of a car crash. that road is closed. he's asking drivers to avoid the area and don't know when it will reopen. a sunday morning shooting at a las vegas starbucks left one man dead. las vegas police say two men got into an argument when one pulled out a gun and opened fire. there were between 12 and 14 people inside the coffee shop when the violence erupted.
the man accused of opening fire in a washington mall and killing five people will face a judge tomorrow. arcan cetin was taken into custody yesterday after a manhunt. today, investigators searched his apartment and car. they removed boxes from the apartment, but detectives have not said what they found. authorities are still trying to find out what the motive of the shooting was. tonight, the mayor has lifted cu man by police. there have been protests every day and night since 43-year-old keith lamont scott was shot to death on tuesday. a midnight to 6:00 a.m. curfew went into effect thursday after protests became violent. protests today at the carolina panther's football game were peaceful. >> it does not make sense to us how it was possible that this incident resulted in the loss of
scott was just sitting in his suv waiting to pick up his son from school. officers say they were in the neighborhood on an unrelated arrest warrant, but when they saw scott with marijuana and a gun, they decided to approach him. golf legend arnold palmer died today at the age of 87. the ceo of arnold palmer enterprises confirms he died this afternoon of complications from heart problems. palmer won nearly 90 golf tournaments. he was also the first golfer to earn a million dollars while putting on the greens. beyond golf, palmer was a pioneer in sports marketing. tonight, baseball fans are mourning the loss of miami marlins pitcher jose fernandez. fernandez was killed in a boating crash in miami early this morning. authorities say he was boating with two friends when they hit a jetty at full speed, killing everyone on board. the marlins game against atlanta today was canceled. fernandez was a two-time all star and the national league rookie of the year in 2013.
my heart goes out to his family. cherise: florida fish and wildlife say there was no immediate indication that alcohol or drugs were involved. none of the victims were wearing life jackets. people in cedar rapids iowa are preparing for flooding tonight as forecasters say water levels will rise and hit their peak tuesday. those in the most danger are leaving low-lying areas at the request of authorities as the cedar river continues to rise. hayley: we can use a little bit of the regular instead, we see another beautiful weekend.
to land by tomorrow morning. keep in mind this is what it will feel like. 20's in littleton. other than manchester in the eastern half of rockingham county, there's a good risk of frost for almost everybody. state, that's pretty much a guarantee with temperatures in the 20's. even though it's a little shocking, it's not out of the
because it's been so warm lately as opposed to not being an average type of night with cooler temperatures. more sunshine tomorrow. here come the clouds by about 6:00 in the think. we g m moving in. and wednesday, more sunshine. tomorrow, sunny and a cool day again. wind out of the south at about five miles an hour.
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. i just love annie.
narrator: over and over it's been their agenda: anything to defund planned parenthood. kelly ayotte and washington republicans voted 6 different times to defund planned parenthood. they're on a crusade to block services new hampshire women and families depend on: cancer screenings, birth control, basic women's healthcare. kelly ayotte and washington republicans have put defunding planned parenthood at the top of their agenda... and it's time for that to change.
>> another sunday at new hampshire motor speedway. tony stewart makes his 29th and final start at the magic mile and comes across the line in 23rd position. meanwhile, it was a burnout on the granite stripe for kevin harvick in his #4 chevrolet. his trip to nh started with a charity event on thursday and victory lane on sunday. make it 44 sprint cup race weekends in the books at nh motor speedway. no big wrecks in this one, just mostly clean racing and a 2-time winner at the magic mile. just a gorgeous day for racing at loudon usa, a big crowd on hand, much bigger martin truex jr dominated the then matt kenseth makes his move passing for the lead on lap 179. kenseth won the last 2 races in loudon. a very clean race until this. 37 laps to go, clint bowyer and
mcdowell would end up wi a cut tire, left rear. he spun around and the caution came out. as usual, some more late cautions but none that involved chase drivers. 10 laps to go. stenhouse sent spinning, but no cars made contact. the leader kenseth stayed on the track through the final cautions. they did not go to pit road for new tires. 6 laps to go and on fresher tires, kevin harvick passes kenseth for the lead. he hangs on from there. harvick claims his 3rd win of the year and his 2nd overall at nhms, adding to his magic mile victory in 2006. harvick is guarunteed to advance to the 2nd round of the chase along with last weeks winner, martin truex jr.
we had a chance to win at the end and had a couple good restart and were able to make it happen. >> did you know at the end you have the car to get it done? >> you never know. my biggest goal was to not spin the tires and give ourselves a chance. >> the top 5 matt kenseth just misses winning in nh for the 3rd straight race. and the rest of the top 10. lets hear from some of the other drivers that had solid days in the granite state. to the nfl. the winless bills are the next opponent for the patriots. well, they were winless until today. they hosted the arizona cardinals. first quarter, lesean mccoy rushes in for the 24-yard td up the middle. >> i probably braced him harder
fast car. was trying hard to get that win. >> and frustrated because i felt he could have been better but for a minute, it looked really bad. i thought we were getting caught up in a wreck. happy with the result. we have got to find a little more speed for the next round. of the season and some momentum coming to new england. both the eagles and steelers were 2-0 coming in to the battle of pennsylvania. carson wentz continues to impress for philly. he goes to darren spoles here and the play goes for a 73-yard touchdown.
yards and 2 scores, no interceptions, no sacks. philly rolls in a bit of a shocker, 34-3. good matchup here, denver broncos at the cincy bengals. broncos' first-year quarterback trevor siemian first road game in the nfl. 2nd quarter, siemian deep pass to emmanuel sanders in the end zone for the broncos. touchdown 41 yards. score, 10-7 broncos. 30 seconds left in the half. siemian passes to the right and finds emmanuel sanders for the 7-yard touchdown. score, 16-14 broncos. great game for siemian, 312 yards, 4 td passes, no interceptions. broncos win 29-17.
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the boston red sox keep on keeping on. they have now swept 3 series in a row. they played the rays this afternoon. 3rd inning in a 1-1 game, dustin pedroia gives the red sox the lead. a solo homer to left, his 15th of the year boston up 2-1. a nice start for eduardo rodriguez in the 3rd. he strikes out the side evan longoria, brad miller, and mike mahtook. 5.1 innings, 3 hits, one run allowed. thbo innings and in the top of the 12th, who else comes through? david ortiz with a double. dustin pedroia will end up scoring on an error by the tampa bay catcher. that is the winner as boston takes it 3-2 in 10 innings. the red sox magic number to clinch the al east division is 2. they are off tomorrow they play at the yankees tuesday night. the 3 teams vying for home field advantage.