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podesta. >> . jamie: now on news 9 this morning breaking overnight. donald trump issues an apology about offensive remarks about women came to life. hurricane matthew moved up the east coast. the latest overnight developments on the storm. josh: we'll have the latest on the track of hurricane matthew and one system moving tou amy: a toddler is dead in hampton, an investigation is underway. the charges the child's stepfather is facing. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, new hampshire. 6:00 on this saturday. october 8th, i'm amy coveno. we continue to track the latest on america matthew this morning. the storm has claimed multiple lives in florida as it continues to move up the coast.
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georgia. abc's lauren lyster is live with the latest on the storm. good morning to you, lauren. >> good morning. it's hard to believe less than 24 hours ago you could barely walk where i am as hurricane matthew battered this area and worse and now continues north. the deadly hurricane wreaking overnight, matthew bringing deafening rain, storm surge and destruction to south carolina. flooding roads, downing trees, and driving cars off the road. a en eerie light show on this highway as multiple power lines explode. the powerful category 2 hurricane has weakened, but continues to show its force, bringing wind gusts up to 80 miles per hour.
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north carolina, really, the best thing now is to just hunker down and stay in a safe place, don't move, don't try and move around. >> this, after pummelling florida. >> sounded like a train hitting the house. that's all i could say, the wind is just so strong. >> at matthew, a home security camera captures the moment rushing water goes into a home. roads getting rushed away. st. augustine one of the hardest hit ar dozens at this inn. as matthew travels north. 26,000 people riding it out at shelters while thousands are without power on the georgia coast. and in florida, more than a million people are without power. now, as cleanup begins, residents hearing it could be a week before they have their electricity back. i'm lauren lyster, abc news. amy: thank you, lauren.
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skarupa is in for josh. good morning, kevin. >> we continue to watch that along the carolina shoreline, with that winds at times over 100 miles per hour. we have top sustained winds currently at 105 miles per hour with that system as it continues to linger there over a foot of rain a possibility in the carolinas, just offer the next 12 to 24 hours. pretty thick fog will give way to afternoon. temperatures start out in the 40's. we are talking temperatures at least into the 60's with a few southern spots reaching 70 degrees. there will be the risk of a couple of showers around and we'll talk about that and what it means for the remainder of your holiday forecast in a few minutes. >> there are efforts underway to help communities hit by the hurricane. you'll find information how to
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commitment 2016 news from overnight. republican presidential nominee donald trump is apologizing for comments he made about women and we need to warn you here, some of the language is offensive. 2005 video posted by "the washington post" begins with donald trump making specific comments about a woman. trump is on the bus with a report for an entertainment show, he was mic'd and the photographer was r women. >> when you're a star le thet you do it. >> whatever they want. >> do anything. grab them by the (bleep) do anything. >> overnight trump releases a video apology promises to be a better man. >> i've never said i was a perfect person nor pretended to be something i'm not and the words released on this more than
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words don't reflect what i am. i said it, i was wrong and i apologize. amy: trump went on to say this is nothing more than a distraction from the important issues. earlier in the day,hillary clinton tweeted this is horrific, we cannot allow this man to become president. coming up in our next half hour, we'll hear what lawmakers on both sides of the aisle have to say about trump's comments. we turn to local news. police in death of a 19-month-old child and that child's father is being held in the death. >> 30-year-old leo wittham is facing charges and police haven't told us how they discovered the child's death. the 19-month-old was found dead inside an apartment at 86 ashworth avenue on wednesday. he was arrested on friday for
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child, duty to care and use of a controlled drug and haven't told us what the circumstances surrounding the death are or how police discovered it. the cause of death is under investigation and anyone who has more information to come forward or use their anonymous text line annal' be back in court to face an arraignment on tuesday. in hampton, i'm cherise news 9. amy: a traffic stop turns into a crash at rochester just after 11:00 last night. while the officer was investigating the vehicle, the driver sped away, but failed to negotiate a corner a short distance away hitting two parked vehicle. the driver was allegedly at the scene was found. a passenger was not injured. . >> a national bill of rights for sexual assault survivors
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hampshire, is now law. senator jeanne shaheen sponsored the bill after meeting amanda winn. she says the sexual assault survivor told she was not told of her legal options after reporting the assault and she still has to fight to make sure that her rape kit is not destroyed. >> the victims will at least know what their options are and what their-- what their choices are, what they're facing and really, give them that bill into law and it gives the right to have the evidence preserved and bans fees for anyone who reports a sex assault. the law only applies to federal cases, but senator shaheen hopes states will pass similar laws. two are facing charges related to selling heroin. they discovered 300 bags of heroin and $200 in cash on eastman hill.
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shawn pixley animalry -- and mallory roberts. helping hungry teens, partnering with the ymca and boys and girls club for weekend meals for those who do not have enough to eat. fully stocked pantries would provide food on fridays t home with their families. recipes and meal trips will be provided with each bag. we really look at teens, there's not a lot of programming out there for them and the boys and girls and the y has become that safe place and more than a place to hang out, it's their second home. amy: the goal is to help 300 teenagers. coming up on news 9 this morning, the hoboken terminal prepares to open its doors. the latest on the investigation into last week's deadly crash.
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>> saturday morning, october 8th. temperatures dropping back into the 40's. pa patchy dense fog playing out this morning. giving way to some sunshine, headed out with an increase in clouds later this afternoon. we'll have details on the rain chance with your holiday weekend forecast coming up. >> new clues into the downed malaysia flight 370, confirming
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on the island in may is from that plane. several pieces of wreckage around the plane have been found around the indian ocean. it disappeared with 239 people on board. part of new jersey transit station damaged after last week's deadly crash is set to reopen on monday. part of the hoboken terminal will open eight of the 17 tracks back up. new safety rules now require whenever it terms into the terminal. it could take a year or more before they could fully complete their investigation into the crash. the ncaa championships out of north carolina because of the so-called bathroom bills now have new homes. seven championships were pulled from the state over the controversial hb-2 law. the ncaa adopted a requirement that all host cities must, quote, provide an environment
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the men's basketball tourney will be held in greenville, south carolina in march and boston will now host the division one women's lacrosse championship in may. hello, kevin skarupa. kevin: well, good morning. amy: good morning. kevin: the start of a holiday weekend for a lot of folks. people leaf peeping and such and it looks like most holds. we have one system that we're tracking. amy: so stay tuned for that. kevin will be right back with his forecast and then, it's a hoco the local sailor who is finally returning home and how his
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>> now, meteorologist kevin skarupa with your storm watch 9 forecast. kevin: off and running on the holiday weekend for a lot of folks and it does look like this morning plays out like the last several, which is patchy dense fog in the normal fog prone areas, otherwise, we have the sunshine as it comes up this morning and setting u day. a changeable afternoon, clouds running in ahead of the next system that arrives later this evening. while we can't rule out a shower by 5:00, 6:00. the better chance is later on this evening as the front edges toward us. it will not be nearly as organized as you see back to the west by the time it gets here. the x-factor, this front as it continues to make steady progress towards us is gathering the northern extend of the
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carolina right now. we're not expecting heavier downpours, but it may increase our chances of shower activity here. upper 30's and most of us are in the 40's. along with it a light wind and that set up more fog. visibilities again this morning in the same areas we have been seeing that the last three or four mornings from the lakes region and upper valley and all the way through the white mountains and the great north woods. the next hour or two. and it may take through 11:00 to burn off in western areas. you will notice this sliver of warmth, that means temperatures in the 60's and lower range of the 70's for one last afternoon before that front approaches and after the front moves by, late tonight and early tomorrow. not as organized by later on today. isolated showers, a couple of showers wondering through overnight and again, that front
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due to what is left of hurricane matthew to our south. and the clouds may be a bit stubborn in southeastern areas of the state this morning and gradual clearing setting up from northwest to southeast through the morning and eventually sets up sunshine for the afternoon. 50's to lower 60's for highs and a couple of chillier evenings. what we get monday morning with lows in the mid 30's and 40's, a taste of cooler air. the coldest morning so far this season will be tuesday morning, we'll be looking at 20's up areas we could be looking at our first frost of the season. there is matthew, category 2 hurricane, it will continue the progress of the little loop deloop here as it continues to weaken the next several yiers. temperatures in the 60's to one or two 70's, but the trend is for sunshine to clouds with that small chance of a late day shower, up north or out west.
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overnight. we could start with ground fog. extended forecast shows clouds giving way to sunshine in the afternoon. the air mass building in, highs in the 50's to the lower range of the 60's. your columbus day, manchester, we could be down near the freezing mark on tuesday morning. for the farmers out there. the people trying to extend that growing season a little bit. precautions need to be taken tuesday night. >> ok. >> that time of year. >> it is. it's been a great run of weather though. >> it great to this point. >> beautiful. >> a long awaited homecoming for a sailor to lost his life when he was a teenager. edwin hopkins will be laid to rest with his family more than seven decades after his remains were declared unidentifiable. >> andy hershberger says that changed thanks to persistence and modern science. >> it's time for him to have the honor and recognition he earned
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>> navy fireman edwin hopkins was 19 years old when he was aboard the u.s.s. oklahoma at pearl harbor december 7th 1941. the young man from keene was one of 429 servicemen killed when the ship capsized after being hit by japanese torpedos. >> there were never any long conversations about it, when it was almost like it was too painful for everybody to talk about. >> from 1941 to remains of the sailors were pulled from the vessel. but only 35 were positively identified. the rest, including hopkins, were buried in anonymous graves in honolulu, but his family never gave up hope and last year, the remains were exhumed and a cousin's dna proved to be a match. >> i think the only goal from the very beginning was to bring him home and put him next to his parents.
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so, it's a little overwhelming and emotional for me, but i'm so happy that it finally happened. >> next week, hopkins will be buried in keene with full military honors. next to his parents, with family by his side. >> this is a time for celebration, for celebrating his homecoming. because my grandmother mourned him every day of her life and my grandmother lived to be 94. family is family. especially at the end of their lives. >> a war hero and his loved ones soon to be united forever. andy hershberger, wmur news 9. amy: coming up next, we're making comfort food in our kitchen, where you can find this delicious chicken and waffles dish. in our next half hour of news 9, new remarks overnight from donald trump. what he's saying about
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>> welcome to cooks' corner, i'm adam sexton. this saturday morning we have comfort food. helen, thanks for being with me. >> thanks for having me. >> chicken and waffles, it's a delicacy, tell us how you make it at two home cooks. >> first we start by the homemade waffle and then start off basically making our chicken. we batter it with our in-house bread crumbs and then we basically, it's a savory sauce. >> it's like a thick gravy sauce that we pour on top. today, basically this is already made. >> and you do everything from scratch there at two home cooks. >> yes, we do. >> it's work intensive and worth it for the taste. >> yes, it's one of our best sellers. this is basically you can have this for breakfast or lunch. you can have it anytime.
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>> what goes into your gravy? is it a secret or is it a-- >> no, the gravy sauce is basically, it's heavy milk, a little bit of garlic, a little bit of onion. seasoning, salt and pepper, that's all in there. it's heavy, but the time of the year, it's, again, like you said, it's a comfort food that we have. >> you bet the gravy on top and what goes into-- obviously the sandwich in the finished version here, what else do you add on top? >> tha dishes right here. i brought to you a waffle blt, it's thick-cut bacon with lettuce and tomato, two waffles that we have, and comes with a side of homemade potato chips. >> and everybody in the studio has the eyes on the enormous biscuits. homemade and fantastic. i make them fresh every morning at 4:00 in the morning. i right now make about 50
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very quickly on those. what's the secret there? that's a family recipe? >> it is a family recipe and i can't give you the secret. you guys 0 end in 2015, about a year now and going strong? >> going strong. the weekends are crazy there which i'm excited about. we serve breakfast and lunch all day. we're open tuesday to friday, 8:00 to 2:00 and saturday and sunday from 8:00 to 2:00. >> and c always on the menu. >> always on the menu. >> how do you make the waffles, is that a mix or-- >> basically it's a buttle milk batter. it's flour, butter milk, cream and sugar in there. >> do people add syrup? >> yeah, sometimes, we have 100 maple syrup. >> we'll have to check you out in dover.
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, everybody. it is 6:30. we begin with a spectacular look at the horizon at hampton beach. 46 degrees there. the colors just so beautiful. here is a look at our top stories on the half hour. donald trump issued an apology overnight for inappropriate comments he made about women. the 2005 video of about trying to have sex with a married woman. hurricane matthew pummels the coastline as it moves north. it's blamed for at least four deaths in the united states. cleanup continues for matthew in the caribbean this morning. haiti's government estimated at least 350,000 people needed some sort of assistance following the storm. we have more in a minute. first over to the weather center and check with kevin skarupa
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holiday weekend for a lot of folks, kev. >> things are looking good and changeable skies. part of this, the clouds that are increasing well into the northern extent of hurricane matthew. it still has category 2 strength and maybe eventually making landfall along the coast in south carolina. from there, the maps diverge, some moving completely off shore and some others continue to send that northeast. around here, we have a front approaching from the northwest unrelated to be later on this evening. this morning, we have fog, and some is locally dense before we have that initially, much like what we've seen the last several mornings. >> it's going to take a few to burn off. clouds will make their way in, an increase for the afternoon. most of that shower activity focused on this evening and eventually the changes in temperature starting tomorrow.
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update on matthew coming up in just a few minutes. we continue to follow breaking commitment 2016 news this morning. republican presidential candidate donald trump released a video overnight apologizing for vulgar comments about women he made in a 2005 recording. the footage surfaced friday afternoon and mike cronin joins us with reaction by both democrats and republicans. we need to warn you here, some of the language >> the 2005 video published by "the washington post" begins with audio from trump making explicit comments about a woman. >> i moved on here, actually, own in palm beach, i moved on her and i failed, i'll admit it. i did try and (bleep) she was married. >> trump is on that bus with a reporter for an entertainment show. he was mic'd and the photographer was recording. trump goes on to talk about
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you do it, grab them by blooep bl blooep-- (bleep). >> bill clinton has said far worse to me on the golf course, not even close. i apologize if anyone was offended. hillary clinton tweeted this is horrific, we cannot allow this man to become offensive and she wouldn't say whether she would continue to support trump. >> they're beyond disgusting comments and i continue to be extremely concerned that my opponent kelly ayotte continues to support him for the president. >> maggie hassan joined senator bernie sanders with hillary clinton and while not addressing the video, he spoke generally about trump's treatment of
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that equal pay for equal work, they do not need to be insulted every day by a candidate running for the president of the united states. >> trump was supposed to campaign with house speaker paul ryan saturday in wisconsin. ryan says he's sickened by trump's lewd comment and calling on trump to show respect for women. >> minutes after trump said he'll be sending mike pence to wisconsin in his place. in t news 9. amy: hours after the controversial footage came to light, trump's campaign released a 90-second video advising for the comments. >> i never said i'm a perfect person or pretended to be something i'm not. anyone who knows me, knows these words don't reflect who i am.
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apologize. i have gotten to know the great pe people. amy: trump added this is nothing more than a distraction than the important issues that we've seen today. to see the video, head to wmur.com. new this morning, wikileaks released thousands of hacked e-mails from john podesta's e-mails. some were highly sensitive from inside t they faced a strong challenge from bernie sanders. others were everyday exchanges. the obama administration said friday, it was confident that russia was behind the recent attack. and bill wells made a campaign stop. >> gary and i don't mind being out there by ourselves. when someone says you shouldn't
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emphasize freedom and liberty-- >> governor wells spoke to a group of supporters at a rally. weld is running on the libertarian ticket with gary johnson and he had events in keene and merrimack. hurricane matthew continues to pummel the coastline as it moves north. the category 2 hurricane is being blamed for at least four deaths in the united states. the deadly storm left popular spots like daytona beach damaged and dozens of roads completely blocked by more than two and a half million were asked to evacuate ahead of this storm. after florida, georgia and south carolina, a state of emergency was expanded to 100 counties in north carolina. >> the immediate concern is now life threatening rain and water throughout our state and i cannot emphasize more life threatening rain throughout our state.
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flooding since hurricane floyd in 1999. amy: officials say the storm has left more than had a million businesses without power overnight. more than 150,000 people in south carolina are also without power this morning. u.s. military is mobilizing to help in the wake of the hurricane to haiti. haiti's government estimated at least 350,000 people need some kind of hundreds of homes and buildings were damaged and roadways are severely flooded. a local mission with ties to haiti are asking for your help after parts of that country was devastated by hurricane matthew. the death toll close to 1,000. the mission for haiti promotes a community on the coast. schools and church are supported
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held and organizers hope to have in you have to rebuild and provide relief. >> we're going to take an assessment and for the folks who were just brought down, the news surrounding our community was not good. we just want to raise as much as we can. >> and today in manchester, the first baptist church will be collecting money, fundraiser. everything will go to those devastated by hurricane matthew. it's. 8:00 until 5:00 today on hall street. >> head to our website, wmur.com. there you can see how to help other communities hit by the hurricane. >> a fatal crash was on piper
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it crashed into the tree, a 31-year-old passenger was killed. the 26-year-old driver was taken to the hospital. speed and impairment are believed to be factors in the crash. a manchester woman accused of murdering her young daughter will stand trial in april. prosecutors say kaitlin paq paqe caused a deadly brain injury, the case prompted an independent view by the child agency. today, the news in milford. for a quick scare, check out the haunted trail. the three-day event features a giant pumpkin contest. admission is free and the fun kicks off at 9:30 this morning. coming up, another great week of friday night football action to share with you. jason king is in next with a recap of the high school
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matthew closely as it sends a little bit of moisture up. linking it with the federal government that arrives for the holiday weekend. we'll have the latest on when that arrives and how much rain it vo: small businesses line main streets all over new hampshire - providing the products, services and jobs families depend on. that's why, as governor, maggie hassan cut taxes for small businesses, to help our local economy grow. but kelly ayotte helps big corporations. she voted with out-of-state corporates interests like the koch brothers - 90% of the time. billionaires and big
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h. kelly ayotte: taking care of billionaires, hurting new hampshire families. senate majority pac is responsible
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kelly ayotte: let's be honest - both donald trump and hillary clinton are far from perfect... and i'm not perfect either. but when partisan politicians shut down the government, i led the fight to reopen it. i've worked to find solutions to new hampshire's heroin epidemic. and i've crossed the aisle to protect new hampshire's clean air and clean water. i've been called a problem solver by independent groups, and ranked as one of the most bipartisan senators. because whether i'm working with republicans, democrats, or independents, i'm standing up for new hampshire. >> now, meteorologist kevin skarupa with your storm watch 9 forecast. we have been talking about it for months, how badly we need rainfall and we're still running
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this time of year and we're going to continue to look at just a couple of quick passing fronts and any opportunities for any organized rainfall. even the front coming on later on this evening isn't going to provide a tremendous amount of rain. you see a beautiful look, looking at the big lake. the fog formed along the waters with cooler air above it. if you're not contending with the patchy dense fog, you're going to start with sunshine this morning, only to see an inea clouds will thicken, late day 4:00, 5:00, we may see a patchy drizzle develop or a stray rain shower. i think a solid 90% of the activity that we'll have the next front will be 7:00, 8:00, 9:00. and 60's to 70's today. scattered showers around tonight. gradual clearing from northwest to southeast tomorrow morning, eventually sets up sunshine for the remainder of the holiday weekend.
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organized as you're seeing back to the west. as the front slowly edges in, it's starting to pick up moisture on the northern fringes of matthew which currently is located just off shore of south carolina. temperatures right now are in the 40's. this is where we have been over the last several mornings and along with it, fog play out in the normal suspect areas. going to southwestern up tloo you western parts of the state. some central areas like concord and the lakes region at times and up through the great north few hours to burn off this morning. once it does, temperatures will jump quickly before the clouds race in. visibilities this morning, and from concord to plymouth and locally in spots. temperatures will be mild, in the 60's to lower range of the 70's. it comes with a breeze at the coastline. we stopped this for you at 4:00 this afternoon, we're pretty much overcast by the time we get there.
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see a stray rain shower or a little bit of drizzle. beyond that is the chance of scattered showers overnight and temperatures tomorrow start from the mid 40's to mid 50's and go up from mid 50's to mid 60's. clouds continuing to erode through the day. and highs in the 50's to lower 60's. the coldest of the mornings likely will be tuesday mornings where temperatures drop back into the 30's before eventually starting to work back up from there. we start off i patchy dense fog in the areas. by lunchtime, sun begins to fade by clouds. if you have outdoor plans for a good part of the day. a solid 95% of the daylight hours, the showers move through and clouds lingering around tomorrow morning before breaking apart in the afternoon. the brightest of the days will be the coolest on columbus day with that cold night and monday night into tuesday. let's head to news 9 sports.
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>> good morning, everyone, as always, this is your abbreviated version of the friday night football report. pretty good games on the schedule last night although it was a light schedule. only 14 games were played on friday night. we started with 4-1 teams at exeter. and at stelos stadium, and it was picked off by kyle ball inside the five yard line. the tightens on the next drive trying to get things going good pickup, but that would stall. the blue hawks controlled the clock for much of the second half and lawrie would get it down to about the two yard line and set up an extra touchdown and blue hawks win, and improve to 5-1 on the season. alvern at dover. webb threw for a touchdown and
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birds get the second win of the year. south at winnicunnet, a close one, and holland another big game. south quarterback had three touchdowns and ran for two more. memorial was a collection site for new hampshire tackles' hunger last night. collecting for the manchester church of god with some help from the national honor society and the band. they all got involved in the devils. the opening drive capped off by a run, put the blue devils up. he scored and ran for 138 yards. crusaders tried up the middle. and bautista for ten yards and a touchdown. salem would roll, 47-25. they are also 5-1.
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7-7. 11 yards to justin wiser who strips it away from the defender, kind of. the tie goes to the offensive player. second quarter, someone makes a mistake, picked off by robashow. too much merrimack, the tom ahawks win and a big night in manchester as the fal named after former head coach jim schubert. he played at central in the 1960's and then coached before winning four consecutive state titles in the early 2000's. central and bedford, great effort, quarterback robert pt completes and fights through a tackle, made it 9-0 bedford. central responds, the june
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the lead to 9-7, but robert had all purpose yards, two touchdowns and the bulldogs are 6-0 and they win 24-16. pinkerton at timberlane. they ran for 128 yards and a score. jacob post, another big night for the owls. 151 yards rushing with a touchdown. 4-1 goffstown on the road at concord. first quarter, gof 14-zip until zack miles gets conquered on the board. he breaks a couple of tackles and gets in the end zone, ma i had it a 14-7 game. goffstown would answer as moquinn finds diaz. grizzly win 54-33. in division two, lebanon good road win at laconia.
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and milliken ran for two scores and threw for another. either kingswood or merrimack valley would get their first win last night. first quarter, kings with quarterback james donovan, a nice 18-yard run. the knights would turn it on the next play. up 8-zip. and martin finds a 22 yard touchdown pass and the pride get the first win of the year, 28-6 the >> souhegan home, and hits jeff labonte and he does the rest. that's a touchdown for souhegan, made it 14-zip. the next possession, they give it to sabo, he's going to break a couple of tackles and gone 60 yards for the score. souhegan wins big.
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touchdowns for the sabers. the bo falcons improved to 5-1 #. 26-7 over kennett. and one more collection site for new hampshire tackle hunger this weekends. pelham hosting deerington as six. if you're going consider a cash or food donation to the local pantry in that community. a reminder, watch all friday night football shows in its entirety on our website, wmur.com, fnf. you can also follow us on twitter. use the #fnfwmur. and trailing two games to one and then game in boston at 4:30. have a great saturday. amy: ahead on news 9 this morning. it's a big weekend for leaf
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first, we should cut inefficient state spending, just like a business. no sales tax, no income tax. we need to help small businesses and startups grow with less red tape. lower college costs and cut student debt. and expand clean energy. let's take the next step forward, and keep our young families here. in new hampshire, maggie hassan cut taxes for small businesses, created jobs. in washington, what's kelly ayotte done? voted to cut college grants, cut medicare. but kelly ayotte voted to protect tax breaks for millionaires and big oil. that's what the koch brothers and big corporate interests wanted. they're spending millions supporting ayotte. kelly ayotte's not working for us.
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>> it's the start of columbus day weekend. many are enjoying it by taking in the sights. >> fall foliage, columbus day is the third busiest of the year more than 600,000 visitors expected. projected to spend 98 million this weekend alone. go for it. >> we've been looking forward to it. it's been something that has been on the do list when you're we're retired and we're doing it. >> i don't think a picture could ever replace the human eye what you can see. it's glorious to see the colors, the oranges and reds. amy: we know, we know how lucky we are, we don't take it for granted. you're thinking of heading up north this weekend, head to wmur.com first, because there, you will find ways to explore the granite state. kevin: you'll see high coverage of the foliage up through the
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over the next week or two. as far as our extended forecast, increasing clouds today, maybe a shower tonight, and then we increase the sunshine tomorrow and especially for columbus day. amy: we've had a run of days. amazing. the news continues, the top stories up next, an overnight apology from donald trump. what he's saying about a video from 2005 that surfaced. hurricane matthew continues to hurricane matthew continues to move up the east co there's a reason cnbc named new hampshire the nation: maggie hassan's approach to innovation and business development. controlling spending. smart investments in education. and hassan's balanced budget was a bi-partisan "compromise" the telegraph said "worked." cutting taxes for small businesses. targeting millions to fight the opioid crisis. all with no income or sales tax. working across party lines is how maggie hassan makes new hampshire work for us. i'm maggie hassan and i approved this message.
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siles, that would be it. i prayed that call would never come. [ radio chatter ] self control may be all that keeps these missiles from firing. [ sirens blearing ] i would bomb the [ beep] out of them. i want to be unpredictable. i love war. the thought of donald trump with nuclear weapons scares me to death. it should scare everyone.
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>> now on news 9 this morning. breaking overnight. donald trump issues an apology after offensive remarks he made about women comes to light. hurricane matthew continues to move up the east coast. the latest overnight developments on the storm. kevin: we'll have the latest on the track of hurricane matthew and look at one system moving through over the holiday weekend ahead. amy: a toddler is dead in hampton. anes the charges the child's stepfather is facing. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. good morning, new hampshire, it's 7:00 on this saturday, october 8th. i'm amy coveno. we do continue to track the latest on hurricane matthew this morning. the storm has already claimed multiple lives in florida, as it continues to move up the coast. and right now, winds are nearing
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now, battering the carolinas and georgia with devastating floods and power outages. >> abc's lauren lyster has the latest on the storm. >> good morning, it's hard to believe that less than 24 hours ogg, you could barely walk where i am right now. the wind are so strong as hurricane matthew pounded this area. you can tell it left behind downed trees like this and worse and continues heading north. >> havoc and it moves up the coast. overnight, matthew bringing deafening rain, storm surge and destruction to south carolina. flooding roads, downing trees and driving cars off the road, an eerie light show as multiple power lines explode. the powerful category 2 hurricane has weakened, but continues to show its force. states of emergency declared in georgia, south carolina, and
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to just hunker down. stay in a safe place, don't move, don't try and move around. >> this, after pummelling florida. >> it sounds like a train hitting the house. that's all i could say, the wind was so strong. >> and a home security camera shows the moment rushing water goes into a home. st. augustine, one of the hardest hit area, with water as matthew travels north. 26,000 people riding it out in the shelters in the carolinas. thousands are without power on the georgia coast. and in florida, more than 1 is million people are without power. now, as the cleanup begins, residents where we are being told it could be a week before they have their electricity back. live in new smyrna beach, florida, back to you. amy: could be a long weekend.
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good morning to you. kevin: we haven't had that official quote, unquote landfall. but near hilton head right now and moving northeast at around 12 miles per hour. it remains to be seen if it barely makes its way over the barrier islands in south carolina and coming on shore. that's more bookkeeping than anything else. top winds at 105 mile per hour. over a foot of rain for the carolinas, between now to have at least clearer skies after the fog burns off. before more clouds start to file in through the day. a fairly changeable day. fog and sunshine before clouds roll in this afternoon. i think the better chance is this evening for a few showers wandering through. temperatures in the 60's near 70. cooler air comes in behind had a front and all the details with that forecast coming up in a few minutes.
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you'll find information how to help on our website, wmur.com. >> we do continue to follow breaking commitment 2016 news from overnight. republican presidential nominee donald trump is apologizing for comments made about women. some of the language is offensive, we need to warn you. published by "the washington post," begins with audio from donald trump making explicit comment about a woman. he was entertainment show photographer, and he was mic'd and recording. kissing beautiful women. >> when you're a star you can do it, you can do anything you want. grab them by the (bleep), do anything. >> overnight trump released a video apology, saying he promises to be a better man. >> i never said i'm a perfect person or pretend to be something i've not. i've done things i've said and
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more than decade old video is one of them. anyone who knows me do not reflect who i am. i've said it, i was wrong and i apologize. amy: trump went on to say this is nothing more than a distraction from the important issues. earlier in the day, hillary clinton tweeted, this is horrific, we cannot allow this man to become president. coming up in the next half hour, we will ear hear what lawmakers on both sides of the hour said about the unattended death of a 19-month-old child. that child's stepfather now facing charges in connection with the death. cherise leclerc has more details from hampton. 30-year-old leo witham are facing charges. police have not telling us what led to the charges or the child's death. the child was found dead inside
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witham was charged with failing to provide a duty to care, and other charges. police have not told us what the circumstances surrounding the child's death are and the cause of death is under investigation at this time and police are asking anyone who may have more information to come forward or use their anonymous text line. witham will be back in court to face an arraignment on tuesday. in hampton, news 9. amy: police stopped a vehicle near spaulding high school after 11:00 last night. while the officer was investigating the vehicle, the driver sped away and failed to negotiate a corner, hitting two parked vehicles. the driver ran from the scene, but has not been found. a passenger were taken to the hospital, but was not injured. alcohol and speed appeared to be contributing factors.
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meeting in new hampshire was a law. after meeting winn, shaheen says the woman has to fight to make sure the rape kit is not destroyed. >> the victims will at least know what their options are and what their choices are and facing and give them that empowerment. >> president obama signed the bill into l evidence preserved and bans fees for forensic examinations for anyone reporting a sexual assault. the law only applies to several cases and they hope they will pass similar laws. >> two suspects in lebanon are facing charges related to selling heroin. lebanon police say they found 300 bags of heroin and $200,000 in cash on eastman hill. and 20-year-old mallory roberts, they're both charged with sale
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charges as this investigation continues. >> helping hungry teens and their families is the focus of a new program. hanover partnering with the ymca to give weekend meals to teenagers who do not have enough to eat. there will be fully stocked pantries and they take home food for their families. along with the meal tips, they will be provided with each bag. >> we really look at teens, there's not a lot and girls, has about many that safe place and more than a place to hang out. it's their second home. >> the goal is to help 300 teenagers. coming up on news 9, the hoboken terminal. the latest into last week's deadly crash. >> bathroom bill fallout.
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>> saturday morning, october 8th. we start off with temperatures in the 40's to lower range of the 50's. patchy dense fog out spots. in the normal areas we've been seeing it play out the last few days, sunshine giving way to clouds and a chance of showers this evening. an update on that and hurricane matthew to our south coming up. >> new clues this morning into the downed malaysia airlines flight. investigators confirm a piece of the wing they found in may was from the plane. several pieces of wreckage from
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it had 239 people on board. part of the new jersey transit station damaged after last week's deadly crash is set to reopen. part of the hoboken terminal will reopen eight of 17 tracks. new rules require a conductor to join an engineer when it pulls into the terminal. it could take a year or more before they fully have the investigation into the crash. the ncaa championships moved out of north carolina because of the so-called bathroom bill. those games have new homes. several were pulled over the controversial hb-2 law. the ncaa adopted a requirement that all host cities must, quote, provide an environment that's safe, healthy and free of discrimination. the first and second rounds of the men's basketball tournament will be held in greenville, south carolina in march and boston is now the host of the division one women's lacrosse championship, that's in may. an 81-year-old massachusetts
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plant from her back yard. margaret holcomb uses it and believes it helps with her glau coma. police say it was pa are the of an eradication operation working with the state's national guard. a spokesperson says it doesn't matter what the marijuana is used for, the law makes it illegal to grow outside an unsecured area. >> e why you get paid the big bucks. >> stop it! >> try saying that five times fast. i'm conflicted here because we really sorely need rain and a lot of it and at the same time we have a beautiful weekend, so, i-- and over here, yeah, that's a blessing. kevin will be right back with his forecast and then, it's a homecoming more than seven decades in the making.
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>> now, meteorologist kevin skarupa with your storm watch forecast. kevin: the clouds are going to burn off ahead of the next system. right now it's attempting to scoop up moisture on the very northern extent of hurricane matthew down across south carolina at the present time.
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sunshine. and best bet if you're going to enjoy the foliage with the sunshine before 1:00 or 2:00 this afternoon. i think we get beyond that and the clouds are really going to start to win out in the area. if you want the sunshine to go along with it. fair skies with an increase in clouds and still fairly mild. temperatures today are going to run in the 60's, to just before 70 in interior sections of the state. the best chance of showers, we can't rule out a sprinkle or a passing rain shower through 3:00 or the front makes its way through tomorrow. that will be through tuesday, tuesday morning a frost or freeze across is good part of the state. high clouds drifting in, the patchy fog because of the clearer skies overnight. as the fog burns off. a few hours of possible sunshine. the as you noticed they're poise today make their way in and as i mentioned, there's matthew to the south and some of that moisture along that front. it doesn't mean tropical type
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expecting with the front itself. something interesting to note. upper range of the 30's and mid 40's this morning and again for most, we're into the 60's for the afternoon. it will come with a light wind and eventually sea breeze hat the coastline. this is the air mass eventually moving in behind the front that eventually comes through later on tonight. 60's to near 70 degrees out there today. light wind with morning sunshine after the fog burns off ap the clouds winning out through the afternoon and tck not much in the way of shower activity overahead. if you have the afternoon plans, the dark clouds will make it look threatening. we're not expecting more than a patch drizzle. the front itself a broken line of showers, clouds may be a little more stubborn tomorrow. a lot of that has to do with the track of matthew to the south, how quickly it shovels off shores to the carolinas.
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your columbus day, but it will be markedly cooler starting tomorrow and continuing on through monday where highs will only be in the 50's to lower 60's and i suspect monday night we'll have much colder air around. we are looking at matthew to continue to ease its way off shore. top winds right now still at 105 miles per hour, with the system, we're expecting it to continue to lessen as it works its way off shore. after a foot plus of rain for the carolinas, between what we started to see yesterday and extended forecast for us, 50's to lower 60's, starting tomorrow and tipping through mid week. again, if you're a gardner or want to protect anything out there, tuesday morning is the morning, with temperatures in the 20's to mid 30's, pretty much state-wide. >> i don't know if you can answer that, you're not margaret hagan. my mums, they can come in or frost hardy. kevin: you could put something
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amy: for the mums. kevin: a pillow case. amy: and a sailor who lost his life at pearl harbor. edwin will be laid to rest after his remains were unidentifiable. kevin: and andy hershberger reports that that changed thanks to persistence and technology. >> edwin hopkins was 19 years old when he was aboard the u.s.s. oklahoma in pearl harbor in 1941. he was one of 429 servicemen killed when the ship capsized after being hit by japanese torpedos. >> there were never any long conversations about it. it was almost like it was too painful for everybody to talk
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pulled from the vessel, but only 35 were identified. the rest, including hopkins were buried in anonymous graves in honolulu. his family never gave up home. last year the remains were exhumed and a cousin's dna was proved to be a match. >> i think the only goal from the very beginning was to bring him home and put him next to his parents and that's been accomplished. so and emotional for me, but i'm so happy that it finally happened. >> next week, hopkins will be buried in keene with full military honors. next to his parents, with family by his side. >> this is a time for celebration, for celebrating his homecoming because my grandmother mourned him every day of her life and my grandmother lived to be 94.
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at the end of their lives. >> a war hero and his loved ones soon to be united forever. andy hershberger, wmur news 9. amy: family is family, well said. many farmers have full crops, we'll slow you apples, squash and pumpkins you can get your hands on right now. news 9 this morning, new remarks from donald trump. what he's saying about contve about women. this week's adopt-a-pet is bristol, a one-year-old hound mix who loves to cuddle with everyone, except maybe cats. she's looking for an active energetic family with older children perhaps. you can find bristol at the rescue league in bedford. good looking pup. for more information about
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ic welcome to today's grow it agree. i'm joined by jeremy from unh cooperative. no secret, it's a rough year for farmers, what with the drought. yet, i see some beautiful apples
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right? >> absolutely, ray. there are crops out there. the drought's been a challenge for growers this year, but they've done a great job of pulling through and an amazing crop. still good fruit out there and amaz amazing variety. you can go through all different types of varieties and we have some today. >> different apples for different purposes, obviously, right? >> that's right. so why don't we start over here then. >> the blue permian. it's a cider apple and an eating apple. a firm texture and somewhat of a tart flavor to it. this is for cider. >> this is considered an antique variety. a very old variety from the
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flesh. this would be used for pies. >> and this? >> this one is called a spitsenberg. this was thomas jefferson's favorite apple. >> that's a little bit of history here as well. now, a crop that would seem to take a lot of water is squashes here. what's the situation? >> smaller, still quality out there. we've got a variety out here and this shows the nut, acorn to your buttercup and ornamental gourds and pie pumpkins. buyers can get a variety of these and they're used for different purposes and some will do better for creeping than others. >> and the acorn squash, maple syrup, not that i've been there and finally just in terms if you'd like to pick your own. >> that's the guide.
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finish on a high note and go out and support your local growers.
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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, ue. 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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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, everybody. it's 7:30 on this saturday morning. i'm amy coveno. we begin with a live foggy look at the clock tower on the campus of 45 degrees there. kind of prettity isn't it? here is a look at top stories on the half hour. donald trump issued an apology overnight for inappropriate comments he made about women, the 2005 video about trump bragging trying to have sex with a married woman surfaced yesterday. hurricane matthew continues to pummel the coastline. the category 2 hurricane is blamed for at least four deaths in the united states. cleanup for matthew continues in the caribbean this morning.
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kind of assistance following the storm. we'll get to the stories and more momentarily. first, let's check in with meteorologist kevin skarupa in the weather center, big holiday weekend and leaf peeping, and mother nature is cooperating. a quick moving cool front later this afternoon and this evening. top winds, a category 2 strength. as of yet, no official landfall from the eye of the storm, but you really don't need a for tremendous damage out of the system from florida up through the foot of rain that they're expecting through the carolinas, through this evening. patchy fog giving way to sunshine and clouds will be increasing into the afternoon. temperatures starting day of the upper 30's and 40's. it's in the usual area and we've been seeing this play out the last several mornings and we'll
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lift. in eastern hours, temperatures in the 60's and 70's into the afternoon. much more on front approaching and the latest from the track with matthew in just a few minutes. >> we continue this half hour with breaking commitment 16 news. donald trump's campaign released a video overnight, apologize to are comments in the 2005 recording. it surfad mike cronin joins us with reactions from democrats and republicans. we do need to warn you, some of the language. >> the 2005 video published by "the washington post" continues with audio from donald trump making explicit is comments about a woman. >> i moved on her, she was down in palm beach, i moved on her and i failed, i did admit it, i did try and (bleep), she was married. >> trump is on the bus with the reporter for an entertainment
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photographer was recording. he goes on to talk about kissing beautiful women. >> when you're a star they let you do it, you can do anything. >> whatever you wants. >> grab them by the (bleep), do anything. >> in a statement, donald trump said it was locker room banter and he said bill clinton said worse to me on and kelly ayotte released a statement, his comments are totally inappropriate and offensive. ayotte will not say whether she'll continue to support trump. >> they're beyond disgusting comments, and i'm concerned that my opponent continues to support him for the presidency. >> and maggie hassan joins an
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specifically, bernie sanders tells. >> the secretary and i believe women deserve equal pay for equal work and do not deserve to be insulted by a candidate running for the president of the united states. >> trump was supposed to campaign with house speaker paul ryan saturday in wisconsin. ryan says he's sickened by trump's lewd comments on calling on trump to show respect for women. minutes aer he'll be sending mike pence to wisconsin in his place. in the studio, mike cronin, news 9. >> hours after, trump's pain released a 90 second video apologizing for the comments. anyone who shoes me, knows these words don't reflect who i am. i've said it, and i apologize. i've gotten to not great people of our country and humbled by
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i pledge to be a better man tomorrow and will never ever let you down. amy: trump added, quote, this is nothing more than a distraction from the important issues we're facing today. to see the full video, head to wmur.com. new this morning, wikileaks strikes again releasing thousands of hacked e-mails, after the obama administration accused russia of trying to alter the and clinton campaign faced a strong challenge from bernie sanders, others were everyday exchanges. the obama administration said friday, it is confident that russia was behind recent hackings. libertarian condition bill weld made a stop on friday. >> gary and i don't mind being out there. if someone says you shouldn't do what you're doing because we
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emphasize freedom and liberty. >> that was in manchester, last night. weld is running on the libertarian ticket with gary johnson and also had events in keene and merrimack. hurricane matthew continues to pummel the coastline as it moves northward. the category 2 hurricane being blamed at least four deaths. it left vacation spots like daytona beach damaged and completely blocked by trees and flooding. people across four states were asked to evacuate ahead of the storm. after florida, georgia, and south carolina, a state of emergency was expanded to all 100 counties in north carolina. >> the immediate concern is now life threatening rain and water throughout our state and i cannot emphasize more life threatening rain throughout our state. this has the potential for north
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flooding since hurricane floyd in 1999. >> officials say the storm has left more than a million homes and businesses in florida without power overnight. more than 150,000 people in south carolina are also without power this morning. the u.s. military's mobilizing to help haiti in the wake of hurricane matthew's destruction. the navy is sending 300 marines, one landing craft and three large helicopters. haiti's government estimated at least 300,000eo sort of assistance there. in cuba and the bahamas, hundreds were damaged and roads flooded. in haiti, parts of that countries with a devastated by hurricane matthew. the death toll is approaching 1,000. the mission called jesus is the way, mission for haiti, supports a remote community on the southern coast. high winds leveled the building used as a school and church. both supported by the mission
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mines falls park in nashua will be held. organizers are hoping to raise enough money to rebuild and provide relief. >> we're going to make an assessment and be the hands and feet, the news surrounding the community is not good. there's a food shortage, the risk of cholera running through. we want to raise as much as we can. >> today in manchester, the first collecting food and clothing for the day of haiti fundraiser. it will go to those affected by hurricane matthew. it's on hall street. head over to our website, wmur.com, the latest on the hurricane and where the storm is headed. state police are investigating a fatal crash in colebrook. it left the road and crashed
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a 31-year-old passenger was killed and the 26-year-old driver was taken to the hospital. speed and impairment, according to investigators, are factors in the crash. and a man leading police on a dangerous high speed chase. 22-year-old justin is facing a list of charges after he led police on this chase. it all ended when the car ended up on its roof wednesday morning. the prosecutor said in court that firefighters gave narcan after the crash. his trial will start later this month. a manchester woman accused of murdering her young daughter will stand trial in april. prosecutors say that kaitlin paquette used physical force causing a deadly injury. the case prompted an independent review of new hampshire's child protective services agency. a manchester man is accused of hitting another vehicle on
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police say 26-year-old tafara hit a car on constitution drive thursday evening. he and another driver got into a fight while stopped at the light. he's facing charges including reckless conduct. to the pay state. police in orange, massachusetts looking for the person who killed an elderly man and seriously injured his wife. police say the couple was thursday. officials say the woman was flown to u-mass worcester medical center. the victim's toyota corolla station wagon was stolen. >> they were the nicest, the hardest working people that you would ever want to know. >> an autopsy will be performed to determine how the male victim died.
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multiple players were suspended as part of the hazing probe. four of its varsity players will sit out five games after an alleged off campus hazing incident. the entire program has been placed on probation for a full year. pa hazing scandal in 1999 led to the cancellation of about half of its hockey season. coming up from fall fun to exercise for a cause, we'll tell you what's happening, new hampshire. your backs are to the wall. the red sox had a rough in cleveland. jason king is recapping for game two. kevin: a cold front is approaching from the west and big changes for the holiday big changes for the holiday weekend itself. it's a great view from the top.
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in new hampshire, maggie hassan cut taxes for small businesses, created jobs. in washington, what's kelly ayotte done? voted to cut college grants, cut medicare. but kelly ayotte voted to protect tax breaks for millionaires and big oil. that's what the koch brothers and big corporate interests wanted. they're spending millions supporting ayotte. kelly ayotte's not working for us.
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>> now, meteorologist kevin skarupa with your storm watch segments of the state. for the commute, this morning, that fog pretty thick in areas will continue to burn off and will leave with a changeable day, what starts as fog or sunshine, eventually gives way to clouds in the afternoon. whileway can't rule out a shower before 4:00 or 5:00 this afternoon. most areas are dry until we get past sunset this evening. you can see that wall of water back to the west. by the time that front gets here, it's probably not nearly as organized as that.
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the southern parts of the canada this morning. here is the front itself. a broken line of showers which eventually attaches to the northern reaches of hurricane matthew, which is literally just off shore of south carolina the present time. the upper 30's and upper 40's, patchy fog with visibilities under a half mile in several locations in the western and northern half of the state earlier this morning. we will continue to see that burn off, a few hours of sunshine, a little more in eastern areas than out west lunchtime. the fog may take that long to burn off in western areas, eventually we push into the 60's to maybe a few lower 70's briefly by 3:00 or 4:00 this afternoon and it will come with a light wind and eventually sea breeze at the coastline after 2:00 or 3:00 today. by the time we stop futurecast for you, 4:00, you'll notice it's overcast well into the 60's, another mild day, a couple of passing showers tonight.
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tremendously heavy and most of the activity by sunrise tomorrow is to our southeast. the question for the reminder of the holiday weekend is how quickly the lingering clouds clear. it has to do with the track of matthew well to the south and how quickly this front slides off shore. most of the projections have it clearer than what is depicted here by later in the evening on sunday. probably a gradual clearing process northwest to the southeast today. temperatures much cooler, 50's to lower 60's and tomorrow, but into columbus day. monday the brighter of the two days, full sunshine and a light breeze through the afternoon. there is matthew down to the south. top winds a category 2 strength. this is expected to continue to parallel the shoreline for at least a few more hours before eventually trying to wander out to sea. you can see the hurricane center forecast eventually weakens this greatly before eventually approaching the bahamas yet again by the middle of next week. as far as temperatures today,
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the afternoon. clearing skies tomorrow morning leading us to a partly sunny afternoon. much cooler air and notice that overnight low, monday night into tuesday morning and near freezing. that's for concord and we're looking at mid 30's maybe to the coastline and 20's up north. you haven't had that freeze or that hard frost yet, this could be the morning that we see that on tuesday morning. amy: ok. it's amy: thanks. it's 7:48. an update now on our top stories. republican nominee donald trump is apologizing. this comes less than a video published by "the washington post" with audio of trump making explicit crude comments about a woman. police in hampton are investigating the unintended death of a child. that child facing charges in connection to the death. hurricane matthew continues to
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north. the deadly storm forced millions to evacuate and thousands are riding out the storms in shelters. from giant pumpkins to ghoulish fun, here is a look at what's happening, new hampshire. >> $5 a pumpkin. >> the 27th annual milford pump kip festival continues today with plenty of family friendly activities. >> check out the giant pumpkin contest and stick around f fireworks. plus, plenty of food, admission is free. the fall foliage festival continues in warner today. the event features concerts, parades and a road race. all the the proceeds from the festival will go toward community projects. head to nashua for gu houlish games and a haunted house, it
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person. the proceeds benefit homeless veterans. walk for a cause this morning in the city. the als association hosts a three-mile walk, check in is at 10 and the walk is at 10:30. that's what's happening. >> jason king and news 9 sports. >> hey, everyone, the red sox have their backs against the wall. down 2-0 after yesterday's 6-0 loss game two in cleveland. lebron james got the home crowd fired up for the game and then david price, gave up a three-run homer. the first homer off a lefty pitcher all year. price lasted three and a third the shortest start in post-season. and great for cleveland, seven shutout innings, allowed three
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cleveland won. and game three is fenway park in boston. >> backs against the wall. it's pretty clear what lies ahead us. we go down. and buchholz on the mound on sunday with a attitude, no tomorrow. >> toronto looking great against texas. former fisher caterpill solo homer. they hit three homers off darvish, and they're in command of the series leading 2-0. unh football played at elon last night. and trevor knight with a touchdown pass on the first possession. that was the only offensive touchdown of the game. elman had two fourth quarter field goals and the game was moved up a day from today to last night because of hurricane matthew.
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on the schedule this weekend, dartmouth, they play at yale this afternoon and st. anselm college, they play at liu post. plymouth state is idle this weekend. and if you want to see the high school football scores and highlights from friday night football last night. you can go to our website, wmur.com/fnf. there you go, that's sports, have a great saturday. >> thank you, jason king. it's a peepers. you can check out some of the best in the country. now to our u local hot shot. this dog out with the fall weather in the granite state. a beautiful shot. thanks for sharing it. you can submit your pictures and video and join the thousands of
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>> no threatening weather, not a drop of rain in new hampshire for the holiday weekend. kevin: as wmur's kristen carosa reports, tourists are packed in the granite state for columbus day weekend and ready to peep at this year's foliage. >> the foliage is breath-taking up north. right now something that attracts tourist froms all over the world. and with weather like this, leaf peeping doesn't get much better.
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day weekend. many are taking in the sights. foliage is peaking right now, and columbus day is the third busiest travel day weekend, more than 600,000 visitors are expected. >> we've just been looking forward to it. this is something that has been on the do list for when you retire. and we've retired and we're doing it. >> i don't think a picture can ever replace the human eye as to what you see. it's just so glorious to see the colors and the oranges and the reds. >> if you're thinking about heading up north this he canned woo first. you'll see ways to explore the granite state this weekend and to the fall. reporting from the white mountains, kristen carosa, wmur news 9. amy: we know we've got it good. kevin: if you go to wmur.com, you'll see a map there, foliage from the upper valley up the white mountains and the great north woods and those are the places to be and a good deal of sunshine after the fog burns off this morning. while the colors continue to
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southeastern areas just over the next week to ten days. as we look beyond that, a chance of a shower later on tonight or early tomorrow. maybe quite a few clouds initially tomorrow and a road on the way to partial sunshine. the cooler air is coming in. one of those crisp mornings as we work our way through monday night and tuesday. and freezing in manchester. >> that hoody weather, it's here. >> from donald trump. hurricane matthew continues to hurricane matthew continues to move up the it's a great view from the top. just ask chris sununu. chris inherited a famous name and was given the top job at his family's resort, where, over the years, chris cut jobs and cut employees' hours to avoid giving them health insurance. so it's no surprise chris opposes the minimum wage
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i'm maggie hassan and i approve this message. debate moderator: would you tell a child to aspire to be like donald trump? would you point to him as a role model? kelly ayotte: absolutely. i would do that. donald trump: she gained a massive amount of weight, and it was-- it was a real problem. jim moret: donald trump called you miss piggy. alicia machado: yes, miss piggy, miss housekeeping. feel? machado: so sad. trump: but here's a woman, and she can't make it 15 feet to her car. john berman: as you can see right there, he suffers from a chronic condition that impairs movement of his arms. trump: uhhhh, i don't know what i said. uhhhh, i don't remember! i mean, i'd look her right in that fat, ugly face of hers. blood coming out of her... wherever. debate moderator: would you tell a child to aspire to be like donald trump?
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>> now on news 9 this morning. breaking overnight. donald trump issues an apology after an offensive remark about women comes to light. the latest on the the track of hurricane matthew and a system over the weekend ahead. amy: a toddler is dead and an investigation is underway. the charges the child's stepfather is facing. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, new hampshire. 8:00 on saturday, october 8th. i'm amy coveno. got a cup of coffee going, we hope. we're continuing to track the
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lives in florida as it continues to move up the coast. abc's lauren lyster is live with the latest on the storm. good morning to you, lauren. >> good morning. matthew is now bringing a tornado watch to parts of the carolinas, and you know, it's hard to believe that just 24 hours ago here, winds were so strong you could barely move. the storm downing trees and worse and it all continues heading havoc as it moves up the coast. overnight, matthew bringing deafening rain, storm surge and destruction to south carolina. flooding roads, downing trees, and driving cars off the road. a eerie light show as multiple power lines explode. the powerful category 2 hurricane has weakened, but continues to show its force. states of emergency declared in
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to just hunker down, stay in a safe place, don't move and don't try and move around. >> this, after pummelling florida. >> sounded like a train hitting the house, that's all i can say. the wind was so strong. >> at matthew barreled through palm coast. the moment rushing water crashes into a home. whole roads getting washed away, st. augustine one of the hardest hit areas, with water flooding downtown at the inn. 26,000 people riding it out in shelters in the carolinas, and thousands are without power on the georgia coast. >> in florida more than a million are without power and people where we are told it could take a week to get it back. while the next 24 to 36 hours are crucial in georgia and south carolina, where storms surge is causing life threatening flooding. live in new smyrna beach,
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>> for more, kevin skarupa is in for josh judge and joins us in the weather center tracking the maps. good morning, kevin. >> we continue within just a few miles of the south carolina coast line. most of maps have that off shore and maybe moving through the bam mas. heavy rainfall is the focus with the m carolinas. it's over a foot of rainfall out of the system in one or two days time. patchy dense fog this morning and the normal suspect areas out west and up north. otherwise it will be sunshine to clouds this morning and eventually, the chance of a shower later in the day. the better chance is this evening and nothing terribly heavy expected out of the front. highs ahead, and behind it only in the 50's and lower 60's, much more on this, with your full forecast coming up in a few
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underway in new hampshire to help communities hit by this hurricane. you'll find a way to help on wmur.com. >> we're following breaking commitment 2016 news from overnight. republican presidential nominee donald trump is apologizing for comments he made about women. we need to warn you here, some of the language is offensive. the 2005 video published by "the washington post" begins with audio from donald trump making explicit reporter from an entertainment show. he was mic'd and recording and trump goes on to talk about kissing beautiful women. when you're a star, they let you do it. >> whatever you want. >> grab them by (bleep), do anything. >> overnight trump issued an apology saying he had a he promise to be a better man. >> i've never said i'm a perfect
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released on more than a decade old video are one of them. anyone who knows me knows the words don't reflect who i am. i said it, i was wrong, and i apologize. amy: trump went on to say this is nothing more than a distraction from the important issues. earlier in the day, hillary clinton tweeted, this is horrific, we cannot allow this man to become president. coming up in the next half hour, we'll hear what lawmakers on th say about trump's comments. police in hampton are investigating the unintended death of a 19-month-old child. that child's stepfather was facing charges in connection with the death. cherise leclerc has more from hampton. >> witham is facing charges in the 19-month-old's death, at an
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witham was arrested on endangering the welfare of a child and violating a doo ut to care. possession of a controlled drug and falsifying evidence charges. police have not told us what the circumstances surrounding the child's death are or how police discovered it. the cause of death is under investigation at this time and police are asking anyone who may have more information to come forward, or use their anonymous text line. and witham is back face arraignment on tuesday. p. amy: new this morning, a traffic stop turns into a crash in rochester. while the officer was investigating the vehicle, the driver sped away, but failed to negotiate a corner a short distance away hitting two parked vehicles. the driver ran from the scene and has not been located. a passenger were taken to the hospital, but was not injured. investigators say alcohol and speed appear to be contributing factors.
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sexual assault survivors inspired by a meeting in new hampshire is now law. senator jean ma sheen sponsored the bill. shaheen says the sexual assault survivors told her that she wasn't told of her legal options after the assault and she still has to fight to make sure that her rape kit is not destroyed. >> police have to know what their options are and what their choices are and what they're facing and giv empowerment. >> president obama signed the bill into law on friday and gives them the right and bans fees for forensic examinations for anyone who reports a sex assault. the law only applies to federal cases and senator shaheen hopes that states will pass similar laws. two suspects in lebanon are facing charges related to selling heroin. lebanon police say they found 300 bags of heroin and cash on eastman hill. officers arrested 30-year-old
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they're charged with the controlled sale of the drug heroin. they could face charges as the investigation continues. helping hungry teens and their families is the focus of a new program. hanneford supermarkets are partnering with the ymca to give weekend meals to teenagers who may not have enough to eat. they will have fully stocked pantries where teenagers can take home food on fridays for their families and recipes and meal tips will be providedit >> we really look at teens, there's know the a lot of programming out there for them and the boys and girls club and the y have become their second home. amy: it helps 300 teenagers. an investigation into last week's deadly crash. bathroom fallout.
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>> it's saturday morning, october 8th and this is the view for some early this morning, with patchy dense fog out there for the next hour or two, from there, we're talking sunshine. at least before it f eventually arrives tonight with a few showers. we'll have the details from a changeable day we have ahead and an update on hurricane matthew coming up. >> new clues this morning into the downed malaysia airlines flight mh-370. investigators confirm a piece of the wind on the island back in may is from the plane. several pieces of wreckage from the plane have been found around the indian ocean. the flight disappeared en route
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station damaged after last week's dead will -- deadly crash. a conductor is required to join an engineer whenever the train pulls into the terminal. it could take a year or more to investigate the crash. >> the ncaa championships moved out of north carolina because of the so-called bathr over the controversial hb-2 law. there's a requirement that all host cities must provide an environment that's healthy, free of discrim na -- discrimination. and boston will host the women's lacrosse championship in may. big weekend. kevin: holiday weekend, a lot of folks from out of state here.
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forecasts where we have a couple of days here where it looked really nice and one where we make contend with some showers. amy: ok. i think we can handle that. kevin: a mixed lot. amy: kevin skarupa will be right back with his forecast and then, it's a homecoming more than seven decades in the making. a local sailor is finally c in new hampshire, maggie hassan cut taxes for small businesses, protected education...
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>> now, meteorologist kevin skarupa with your storm watch 9 forecast. kevin: much like the last several mornings, some pretty dense fog to contend with this morning, but kind of the strange part about this, if you're not contending with the fog you've got brilliant sunshine to start off the day. and as you notice in the foreground there, yeah, we've got peak foliage in the north country. fog in issue in places in visibilities much like the last several spots. the next half hour or so from there, we're looking at a good deal of sunshine this morning with clouds continuing to increase in number during the afternoon. while the clouds may have a sprinkle or a light rain shower after 3:00 or 4:00, most of the activity is holding off until this evening. ahead of the front. temperatures in the 60's, near 70's. fairly mild. clouds, occasional showers tonight with the front coming through and gradual clearing tomorrow, remains to be scene whether it will be early in the day or take through most of the
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eventually clear and depend where you are and the cooler air coming in tomorrow and that sets up the first half of the week, back to our west, the front with clouds and eventually the shower chances pick up after sunset this evening. there is matthew to the south. visibilities down to less than had a half mile in several locations, you will notice the zeros here indicating an under a quarter mile visibility, it's that to burn off this morning, not much of a wind to mix-up the atmosphere, either. a sliver of warmth with temperatures 60's to 70 a degrees. 50's to lower 60's, the new air mass coming into place starting tomorrow. ahead of that, a chance for a couple of showers, late this afternoon or evening, and nothing terribly organized and most of that remains to the south and clearing from the northwest to the southeast and those are on columbus day with
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lower 60's, tuesday morning, looks like the coolest of the mornings with lows in the 20's and 30's, there is matthew to the south. this is very close to the shoreline in south carolina. eventually the hurricane center forecasts move this out to sea and then eventually a much weakened version of this coming back into the bahamas by the middle and end of next week. as far as the tracks of the system. most of them agreeing that a push eventually east and then south seems to be the in the 60's to upper near 70's, any sun and clouds after the fog burns off. a small chance of a shower before 5:00 or a sprinkle, but again, a lot of that activity comes through tonight with temperatures dropping back in most locations upper 40's to mid 50's. the extended forecast shows a chance of a shower this evening are overnight. clouds giving way to partial sunshine tomorrow and cool sunshine for the columbus day in
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stretch. as cold as this season, there could be spots below freezing that haven't seen it and patchy frost in other areas closer to the coast. amy: it's inevitable. pick of the weekend? >> i think monday technically, today not bad, a couple of clouds. amy: thanks kevin. a long awaited homecoming to are a sailor who was a teenager in pearl harbor. edwin hopkins will be laid to rest with 70 years after it was unidentifiable. kevin: thanks to technology. >> it's time for him to have the honor and recognition he earned 70 years ago. >> he was 19 years old when he
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he was one of the servicemen killed after the ship capsized after being hit by japanese torpedos. it was too painful for everyone to talk about. >> the from 1941 to 1944 the remains were pulled out. and only 35 were identified. thet graves in honolulu. the family never gave up hope. a cousin's dna proved to be a match. >> i think the only goal from the very beginning was to bring him home and put him next to his parents and that's been accomplished. so, it's a little overwhelming and emotional for me, but i'm so happy that it finally happened. >> next week, hopkins will be buried in keene with full
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side. >> this is a time for celebration, for celebrating his homecoming. because my grandmother mourned him every day of her life and my grandmother lived to be 94. family is family and family should be together, especially at the end of their lives. >> a war hero and his loved ones soon to be united forever. andy hershbrger, amy: coming up next, we're making comfort food in our kitchen where you can find this delicious chicken and waffles dish. in our next half hour of news 9 this morning. new remarks overnight from donald trump. what he's saying about controversial remarks he made. this week's adopt-a-pet is bristol. bristol is a one-year-old hound mix who loves to cuddle with everyone except maybe cats. she's looking for an energetic
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let's take the next step forward, and keep our young families here. >> chicken and waffles are a great delicacy.
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off making the homemade waffle and start off with our chicken, and we batter it with our in-house bread crumbs and move on to the sauce which basically is a savory sauce. >> like a gravy. >> correct, like a thick gravy sauce we pour on top. today, basically this is already made. >> and you guys do everything from scratch, too, there at home cooks. >> yes, we do. >> it's more intensive and worth it for the taste. >> yeah, one of sellers there, and this is, you can have this for breakfast or lunch. so, you can have it anytime and then we pour this right over the top. like so. and-- what goes into your gravy, is it a secret or-- . >> no, the gravy sauce is basically, it's heavy milk, a little bit of garlic, a little bit of onion, some seasoning, salt and pepper, that's all there, but it's heavy, but the
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foodments so you get the gravy on top of it and obviously, the sandwich and the finished version here, what else is on top. >> one of your dishes is right here, brought today, and a blt. >> oh, wow. >> it's a thick cut bacon that we have, lettuce and tomato that we have and it comes with a side of our homemade potato chips, too. >> everybody in the studio has their eyes on busiiscuit s. they're moment made. >> i make them at 4:00 in the morning and make 50 a day and we sell out quickly on those, very quickly. >> what's the secret, i'm sure a family recipe? >> it's a family recipe, i can't give you the secret. >> you guys opened in 2015, right? about a year now and going strong now? >> yeah, very strong. the weekends are crazy there and
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serve breakfast and lunch all day. we're open tuesday through friday from 8:00 to 2:00 and saturday and sunday from 8:00 to 2:00. all right, and chicken and waffles is always on the menu. how do you make the waffles, a mix or what do you-- >> basically it's a butter milk batter. it's flour, butter milk, cream and sugar, it's all in there. >> do you see any extra-- people put syrup on top? >> yeah, some people add we have 100% maple syrup there, so. >> helen from two home cooks, we'll check you out in dover. >> thank you.
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ring vietnam i served in the gulf of tonkin. after i lost my job, i slept out here with other vets. you never think you'll end up here, until you do. annie kuster is working hard to get veterans off the streets with affordable housing. and she's helped connect vets with jobs so they can get back on track. that means a lot to me. and i want to say, "thank you, annie." i'm annie kuster and i approve this message. vo: small businesses line main streets all over new hampshire - providing the products, services and jobs families depend on. that's why, as governor, maggie hassan cut taxes for small businesses, to help our local economy grow. but kelly ayotte helps big corporations. she voted with out-of-state corporates interests like the koch brothers - 90% of the time. billionaires and big corporations get tax breaks and she takes the campaign cash. kelly ayotte: taking care of billionaires, hurting new hampshire families. senate majority pac is responsible
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. >> good morning, it's 8:30, i'm
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big lake in meredith. 49 degrees there. some clouds hanging around. the top stories on the half hour. donald trump issued an apology overnight for inappropriate comments he made about women. bragging about trying to have sex with a married woman. and hurricane michael pummels the coastline. the hurricane blaming for at least four deaths in the united states. and haiti's goven people need some sort of assistance in the aftermath of this storm. we'll get to the stories and more in just a minute. first, let's check in with meteorologist kevin skarupa. we find him in the weather center typically. >> hello, kevin. >> typically, otherwise i don't know where i'm going to be, yes. we're looking at a system continuing to lift northward. category 2 winds with matthew near the carolina shoreline and could be landfall in the next
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the patchy dense fog. sunshine, and giving way to increase in clouds. temperatures starting the day in the 40's and sprinkled in, and that eventually sets up after the fog lifting this morning and some of that locally dense to some of those in the 60's, not as lofty as far as the past few days, that's because of increasing clouds, ahead of the front that comes in this evening. while we can't rule out a shower late much more on the forecast for the remainder of the holiday weekend in a bet. >> breaking commitment, 2016 news, presidential candidate donald trump's campaign released a video overnight apologizing for vulgar comments about women donald trump made in a 2005 recording. the footage surfaced friday afternoon. mike cronin joins us with reaction from both democrats and republicans, and we do need to warn you here, some of the
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"the washington post" begins with audio from donald trump making explicit comments about a woman. >> i moved on here, actually, she was down in palm beach i moved on her and i failed. she was married. >> trump was on the bus for a reporter for an entertainment show. he was mic'd and was recording. trump goes on kissing beautiful women. >> when you're a star they let you do it. >> whatever you grab them by (bleep). >> in a statement trump says it was locker room banter an a private conversation. bill clinton has said far worse to me on the golf course, not even close. hillary clinton clinton tweeted this is horrific, we cannot allow this man to become president. >> kelly ayotte's campaign released a statement to wmur.com saying his comments are totally inappropriate and offensive.
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trump. >> they're beyond disgusting comments and i continue to be extremely concerned that my opponent kelly ayotte continues to support him for the presidency. >> maggie hassan joins senator bernie sanders at a campaign rally for hillary clinton in nashua friday night, while not specifically addressing the 2005 video, sanders spoke generally about trump's treatment of women. >> the secretary and i believe equal work. they do not deserve to be insulted every day by a candidate running for president of the united states. >> trump was supposed to campaign with house speaker paul ryan saturday in wisconsin. ryan says he's sickened by trump's lewd comments and calling on trump to show respect for women. >> minutes after. trump released a statement
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amy: hours after the controversial footage came to light, trump's campaign released a 90-second video apologize forge the comments. >> anybody who knows me knows these words don't reflect who i am. i said it. i was wrong. and i apologize. i have gotten to know the great people of our country and i've been humbled by the faith they placed in me. i pledge to be a better man tomorrow and will never ever let you nothing more than a distraction from the important issues we're facing today. to see the full video. head to wmur.com. new this morning, wikileaks strikes again releasing thousands of hacked e-mails from clinton's campaign manager. john podesta's e-mails, after the obama administration accused russia of trying to alter the november election.
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bernie sanders and president obama says he is confident that russia is behind the hack. and weld made campaign stops. >> gary and i don't mind being out there by ourselves. when someone says you shouldn't do what you're doing because we should all be libertarians and emphasize freedom and liberty. >> governor weld spoke to a group of supporters at a rally in manchester last night. weld is running o johnson and also had events in keene and merrimack. >> hurricane matthew continues to pummel the coastline this morning as it moves northward and the hurricane has just been downgraded to a category 1. the storm is blamed for at least four deaths in the united states. the deadly storm left popular vacation spots like daytona beach damaged and dozens of roads completely blocked by trees and flooding. more than two and a half million people across four states were
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storm after florida and a state of emergency to include counties in north carolina. >> the immediate concern is now life threatening rain and water throughout our state and i cannot emphasize more life threatening rain throughout our state. this has the potential for north carolina to see the worst flooding since hurricane floyd in 1999. amy: officials say the left more than a million homes and businesses in florida without power overnight. more than 150,000 people in south carolina are also without power this morning. the u.s. military is mobilizing to help haiti in the wake of hurricane matthew. the navy says they're sending 300 marines, one landing craft and three large helicopters. haiti's government has estimated at least 350,000 people need some kind of assistance.
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roadways are severely flooded. a local mission with ties to haiti is asking for your help after parts of that country were devastated by hurricane matthew. the death toll is approaching 1,000. the mission is jesus is the way mission for haiti supports a remote community on the southern coast, high winds leveled a building used as a school and a church. both supported by the mission here. next sunday, their annual 5k fundraiser at mines falls park they hope to rebuild and provide relief. >> we're going to take an assessment and be the hands and feet there for the folks that have just been brought down. i mean, the news of our community and surrounding news is not good. there's a food shortage, there's the risk of cholera running through and we want to raise as much funds as we can. >> today in manchester, the baptist church will be collecting money, food and
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fundraiser and those will go from those devastated by hurricane matthew. >> head over to the website, wmur.com to see how you can help others hit by the hurricane and plus, the latest track where the storm is headed. new this morning, state police are investigating a fatal crash just before eight last night on piper hill road in colebrook. a 31-year-old passenger was killed a hospital. speed and impairment are believed to be factors in the crash. >> just into the news room part of route 16 is closed due to a cash crash from tamworth to albany, it's closed for about a half hour due to an accident. not clear if anyone was injured in that crash or when the road will reopen. a manchester woman accused of murdering her young daughter
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saying that paquette used force, and the case was with the child services agency. today is the pumpkin festival in milford. for a quick scare, check out the haunted trail. the three-day event features a giant pumpkin contest. admission is free and it kicks off this morning. another great week of friday night football action to show you. jason king is in with last night. >> changeable day today. after some fog early, a little bit of sunshine before clouds and the chance of showers make their way in. we'll have the details on your full
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so you can imagine what i thought when i saw donald trump say... "i don't know what i said, ah, i don't remember!" "that reporter he is talking about suffers from a chronic condition that impairs movement of his arms." i don't want a president who makes fun of me. i want a president who inspires me, and that's not donald trump.
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forecast. >> here or at peak as far as the foliage is concerned in the northern half of the state. out west, beautiful fall color out there if you can see it early this morning. patchy dense fog is an issue in quite a few spots. other regions of the state looking fine this morning. but a few high clouds drifting through. some sunshine out there this morning. that will be the best time to check out the foliage if you're contending with the fog initially. from there, clouds will start advancing in. along with that late day shower, the chance before 5:00 at 10 or 20% when you see something. the better chance is later on this evening as the broken line of showers makes its way through. and you can see the northern extend of the moisture, down to a category 1 hurricane just off shore of south carolina. temperatures right now in the 40's near 50 degrees. a few spots dropping all the way back near 40 along with patchy dense fog. visibilities in a few areas in
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this morning and may take several hours to burn off and by then, clouds running in from the west and may go from fog to an overcast sky into the afternoon. in eastern areas where you start with the sunshine should be a warmer afternoon yet again with temperatures in the 60's to another 70 degrees. it's a bargain for this time of year, usually low and mid 60's are the highs. we'll take it for one more afternoon and edge back closer to the area. an overcast sky with passing showers tonight. mid 40's to mid 50's for overnight lows and likely starting the day tomorrow with clouds. the big question for the entire holiday weekend as far as that is concerned is how quickly these clouds clear tomorrow. there will be a certain front located off shore, slowing down a little due to hurricane matthew to the south, but it looks like we'll see partial clearing from northwest to southeast tomorrow. maybe a little more stubborn at the coastline. from there, mostly sunny skies for your columbus day.
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lower 60's and with a lighter wind monday night and early tuesday, that's likely the morning we see the coldest of the temperatures and maybe so far this season. matthew to our south continuing to weaken down to a category 1, top winds 85 miles per hour and the aerial coverage shrinks, track of the system hasn't changed much. it's expect today continue to weaken off shore and if anything, slowly slide to the south over the next few days. temperatures today, 60'sea with increasing clouds, a shower late day or this evening and partial clearing tomorrow morning, setting up partly sunny skies for the afternoon. from there, your columbus day, it looks like bright sunshine around. temperatures 50's near 60's, coldest of the nights with the clear skies and light winds. monday night and early tuesday and after that cold start back into the 60's for a good part of next week. that next front coming through thursday, looks like additional passing shower. no needed rainfall in the
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watch matthew fade to our south and we could use that rain minus the wind. >> no impact for matthew for us. >> not really, no. a couple of showers with extra moisture to the front. that's it for us. amy: thanks, kevin. time for an update on the top stories. presidential nominee donald trump is apologizing less than 24 hours after a video from 2005 was published by "the washington post" and making explicit comments. police i investigating the unintended death of a 19-month-old child, that child's stepfather now facing charges in connection to the death. hurricane matthew continues to pummel the coastline this morning as it moves north. the deadly storm has forced millions to evacuate. thousands are riding out the storm in shelters. >> now, jason king and news 9 sports. >> good morning as always, this is your abbreviated version of the friday night football report.
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only 14 games were played on friday night. we start with a couple of 4-1 teams in division one, exeter. and that's at stelos stadium, and it was picked off inside the five yard line. the titans on the next drive trying to get it. it's connected for a good pickup for the titans, but that drive would stall. blue hawks with control get-- drog a defender down and the blue hawks, they win 42-6 and i am pro of to 5-1 on the season. how about alvern at dover. carson webb threw for a touchdown and ran for another keene and spaulding, 41-28.
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game and the south quarterback for three touchdowns and ran for two more. >> memorial was a collection site for new hampshire tackles hunger last night and collecting for the manchester church of god, with some help from the national honor society and the band, they all got involved in the activity. hosting the salem blue devils, their opening drive capped off by a touchdown run, and the blue devils up for 138 yards. the crusaders getting the run game up the middle. first, bautista for a first down with salem, it would roll, 47-25. and they are also 5-1. >> merrimack home with londonderry, 7-7 in the first. 11 yards to wiser who strips it
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player. someone made mistakes. and picked off and the lancers go the other way. the tom ahawks win 34-7 p and they are 5-1. all right, a big night in manchester as the football field at gill stadium was officially named after former head coach jim schubert. played at central in the 1960's and coached before t one state titles in the early 2000's. central and bedford good game. quarterback robert, complete to hussein, and fights through a tackler and goes down for the touchdown. made it 9-0 bed ford, central responds, junior running back rivera, 51 yard touchdown run cut the bull dog lead to 9-7, but robert had 364 all-purpose
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pinkerton and there's 128 yards on the score. jacob post, another big night for the owls, 151 yards rushing with a touchdon. >> 4-1 goffstown on the road at concord. first quarter, goffstown up 14-zip until zack miles gets concord on the board. he connects with matthew burke and breaks the tackles and gets into the end and nick finds franklin castillo diaz, the two would hook up again. grizzlies win it 54-33. in division 2. lebanon, good road win at laconia. and nate perkens had two touchdowns, and he threw for
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valley would get the win. james donovan, a nice 18 yard run, however, the knights would turn it over on the first play. merrimack valley up, and a 22 yard touchdown pass and it's the bride. they get the first win of the year. 28-6 the final. souhegan home with manchester west. he hits labonte and he does the rest. the next possession, this time they give it to dante sabo, breaks a couple of tackles and he is fast. he's gone 60 yards for the score, souhegan wins big, five different players scored touchdowns for the sabers. all right, the bow falcons improved to 5-1.
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rushing touchdowns for bow. one more collection site, for new hampshire tackles. bell pelham is host tonight at 6:00. if you consider going, consider a cash or food donation to the local pantry in that community and a reminder, you can watch all of our friday night football shows in their entirety on our website, wmur.com/fnf on the red sox and cleveland 6-0. they trailed two to none. and that's sunday afternoon at that's sports, have a great saturday. amy: you, too. it's a big weekend for leaf peepers. where you can check out the best fall colors in the country.
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it's a new hampshire success story. thousands of working adults earning a college degree
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and i helped launch college for america at southern new hampshire university. we've partnered with over 100 employers so their workers can get an associate's or bachelor's degree... most debt-free. as governor, i'll grow the economy by cutting college costs for students and families. a stronger workforce helps our businesses grow, too. this is just the beginning. >> it's the start of the columbus day weekend and many are enjoying it by taking in the
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than 600,000 visitors expected and projected to spend $98 million this weekend alone. >> we've just been looking forward to it. it's something that's been on the do list for when you retire and we're doing it. >> i don't think a picture can ever replace the human eye as to what you see. it's just so glorious to see the colors and the oranges and the reds. >> we certainly don't for granted even though we get to see it. if you're thinking of heading up north this weekend. head to wmur.com and you'll find ways to explore the granite state. >> the web-cams with the sunshine early. if you're contending with the fog, this is the time to get out there early and sunshine will gradually fade to clouds and western new hampshire, of course, the areas that have the most fog out there this morning, we'll look for an increase in clouds, the brightest of the three days for the holiday
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stands now. quite a few clouds start tomorrow, but the clouds should fade through the afternoon. cooler air coming in and adding to the feel of fall for the remainder of the holiday weekend. amy: fall is here. nice to have you here this morning, kevin. kevin: glad to be here, be here tomorrow. sold! good morning america is next, kevin and i will be back in 25 minutes with more local news and weather. we hope you have a great
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good morning, america. trump caught on tape, lewd and sexist under fire after an explosive video revealing graphic comments he made about women. >> i did try and [ bleep ]. but she was married. >> hillary clinton calling his comments horrific and high ranking members of his own party condemning him a >> i said it. i was wrong. and i apologize. >> with the next presidential debate coming tomorrow night, can trump come back from this? we have team coverage. also breaking this morning, monster hurricane matthew working its way up the east coast. slamming south carolina and georgia right now. this thing is packing dangerous winds of 100 miles an hour.

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