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sean: breaking news at noon. state police are at a home on north road in candia. and the swat team has been deployed. what we are learning at this hour. plus, extra police patrols in one neighborhood after a child was followed home from bus stop. twice. the description of the vehicle involved in the scare. and huge flames destroy a home and busine o how many people have been displaced. kevin: clouds trying to decrease through the afternoon, setting up warmer temperatures going forward. how long it looks to last and shower chances, ahead. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 at noon. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] sean: we start with breaking news out of candia.
good afternoon. i'm sean mcdonald. this all began this morning after police say to receive reports of shots fired. wmur's andy hershberger is live in candia. andy: police say they were responding to reports of a distraught woman. 12-year-old was reportedly inside. there was report of shots fired to safely leave the residence and police surrounded the house. after about three hours, police say they took a 45-year-old into custody. police say she surrendered peacefully. no charges have been filed yet, according to police. authorities say everyone including law enforcement is ok. >> no injuries involved by civilians or law enforcement in
circumstances involved. andy: police say at this point any shots fired do not appear to have been directed at anyone. police say they are continuing to investigate reporting live in candia, andy hershberger, wmur news 9. sean: all right, thanks. we following something else breaking this hour. state police say interstate 89 southbound in grantham is closed because of a tractor-trailer rollover near exit 13. at this time there is a detour exit 14 onto route 113 to route 12-a and then back onto i-89. be aware of that if you are heading through that area. we are also following a developing investigation this noon. new durham police are asking the public to be on the lookout after a sixth grader reported that a vehicle has followed him home twice. police have only a vague description of the suv and the driver. wmur's ray brewer is live outside the new durham police
right? ray: that's correct, sean. in this latest incident, police say the boy stepped off to the side of the road to allow the vehicle to pass. instead, the driver slowed down following the boy to his house. >> it's a little scary. ray: especially if you're an 11-year-old boy walking home from the bus stop. the first incident happened on october 5. >> when the juvenile observed a home from the school bus. ray: then 9 days later again at the intersection of old bay and drew roads, the boy saw the suv again. >> the vehicle followed him back to his residence and actually pulled into his driveway, where the juvenile ran into his house. ray: the boy described the vehicle as an older model silver or gray gmc, possibly a yukon or suburban. unfortunately the child was
driver engaged in some other troubling behavior. >> the driver pulled the hoodie that he was wearing up around his face so his face could not be seen by the juvenile. >> i thought, oh my god, that's right across the street from my house. ray: donna steadman read about the incidents on the new durham police facebook page. now she's planning on being home when the school bus drops the boy off. >> he's the only little boy that gets off the school bus right there and i just noticed it. there and i just noticed it. i'll keep an eye out. additional patrols in the area, and now this is definitely a neighborhood that is on alert. mark dentremont says he's home 90% of the time. >> if i'm here and the bus is there and i can see out that window i'll be looking out that window is not on my back porch ready for anything. ray: police say there haven't been any similar reports from surrounding towns, but they are -- now it is matter of getting the word out. they are notifying the school district amongst others to be on
say, is to make sure the boy and his mother to feel safe in their hometown. reporting live in new durham, ray brewer, wmur news 9. sean: new at noon, the bertucci's restaurant international is back open. it was given approval by the city to open up to people were injured when pundits ceiling collapsed and landed on top of them. state police are investigating a delayed rail service. around 2:30 this morning troopers say a car driven by 64-year-old jacquelyn rollins of dover was parked across the tracks in the area of knox marsh road. a freight train slammed into the driver's side of her car. rollins was pronounced dead at the hospital. massive flames destroyed a home and business on route 16 in albany overnight. the building was fully involved when firefighters arrived at the scene. this is home video of the flames shooting out the windows.
assisting 3 adults and 3 kids who have been displaced. a manchester man faces multiple felony charges after police say he stole several items from a house and then pawned them. 59-year-old robert hurst was arrested and charged with theft by deception and possession of stolen property. police say the items were pawned at different locations in manchester. a drug bust in manchester landed a suspected dealer behind bars. police say luis ramos torres was arrested on friday following a avenue. investigators seized a loaded gun, six grams of cocaine, and 5 grams of heroin. ramos torres is now charged with selling both heroin and cocaine. now let's take a look at your weather. it's been a tale of two different temperatures. parts of the south of the state have are bit chilly in the low -- have been a bit chilly in the low 60's and 50's but areas north are embracing the 70's. let's toss it over to kevin.
the one front trying to cross the state. winds are out of the east and northeast and they will turn to the southeast through the afternoon, but not seeing much in the monadnock region. the clouds are trying to hold tough for the time being. they should gradually thin in western and southwestern areas of the state. tomorrow looks like a brilliantly sunny day, along with warmer temperatures. today is a bit stubborn with the warmest temperatures in warmest temperatures in northwestern sections of the forecast looking ahead beyond and warmer day tomorrow with a forecast coming up with. sean: commitment 2016. melania trump is speaking out about the conference so comments her husband made in 2005. she says it is not acceptable but leaves he was -- believes he was egged on. meanwhile trump is continuing to campaign that the election is
and hillary clinton deals with the e-mail controversy. abc's karen travers has the latest from d.c. karen: three weeks until election day and donald trump continues to store doubts about the integrity at the polls. mr. trump: more than one point eight deceased individuals right now are listed as voters. oh, that is wonderful. karen: in an interview with abc, he went after house speaker paul ryan, who he says could be more supportive. >> do you think he wants you to win? mr. wants to run in four years or maybe he doesn't know how to win. karen: and his wife speaking to cnn about the comments in the 2005 video. >> is that sexual assault? ms. trump: no, i is not sexual assaulted he didn't say he did it. it is boy talk and he was, like, egg on from the host to say dirty and bad stuff. karen: hillary clinton spending
tomorrow's debate with the campaign dealing with what republicans are calling a bombshell. in a newly released notes about fbi interviews about her private server, a staffer accuses a state department official of pressuring the bureau to declassify an e-mail found on the surfer. -- the server. he said it amounted to a quid pro quo, adding that in exchange for marking the e-mail unclassified, the state would reciprocate by allowing the fbi to place more countries where they are presently for bid in. the fbi and state department says the deal never happened, there was no quid pro quo, and the e-mail in question remain classified. still, there is a dispute about who said what did the fbi notes show that it was one of their officials who first raised the idea about more agents in iraq. karen travers, abc news from washington. sean: remember, you can watch the final presidential debate before the election tomorrow night right here on wmur or go
retaking mosul. the gains made this noon by armed forces, and the humanitarian nightmare feared by the u.n. then, president obama marking a bittersweet moment. his final state dinner and official visit. the country he saved for last. kevin: one last really warm day in the forecast, and from there, big changes for the end of the week. we will talk about shower chances ahead. sean: plus, in today's "grow it green," it's a fun project to
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sean: right now, iraqi kurdish fighters say they have secured at least 20 villages from the islamic state stronghold as the battle for mosul has entered day 2. the u.n. says it is preparing for a mass exodus of people fleeing iraq's largest city any minute now. alex: we have not seen anything like those numbers yet. we are starting to hear reports that people are coming out of mosul to escape the fighting. the u.n. and other aid agencies have set up emergency cans to take the people in.
out of mosul. sean: right now conflicting information out of syria after airstrikes were supposed to be halted in the city of aleppo. the halt from russian and syrian airstrikes was supposed to allow wounded as well as certain rebels to leave the city. syrian activists say warplanes obstruct 2 rebel held village -- have struck 2 rebel held villages in northern aleppo province. condemned by other countries including the united states. president obama is hosting his final official visit and preparing for his last state dinner while he is in office. the president and first lady welcomed italy's prime minister matteo renzi and his wife to the white house today, saying they saved the best for last. the dinner will take place on the south lawn and feature a performance by gwen stefani. and a menu by mario battali. cool stuff.
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>> now, meteorologist kevin's group with your storm watch 9 forecast. kevin: warm fronts always difficult. the warmer air tries to climb over the cooler air in place. the onshore flow reinforces the marine time air mass. it makes it tough for the clouds to dislodge. once they do, the temperatures jump quickly. parts of vermont with a few breaks in the overcast. a few breaks in the north country. a lot of the webcams are showing clouds across the area and even the occasional areas of patchy, dense gfog. notice the 50-degree reading in pittsburgh at the present time. you will notice the brakes and the overcast developing north of
is reinforcing the marine layer overhead while the brakes with the drier air up north and the drier air on the other side of the green mountains over new york. not close enough for us around here. the warmer air trying to get in. we will get one more day out of that. brighter skies tomorrow with temperatures in the 70's. very stubborn out there today. teat developing. that will be one of the warmer spots this afternoon. temperatures obviously because of that running well below where we were yesterday at this time. i suspect these numbers by tomorrow will be back another plus-19 and 20 compared to where we are currently tomorrow afternoon. brees out of the west and
notice future cast really trying to release these clowns. this is what we look at on a lot of the maps as far as timing is concerned. i don't know if it is going to be quite as aggressive as this moving through it is certainly potential there in some western and southwestern areas to see a few breaks in the overcast. you could see it quick 10-12-agree jump. a lot more stubborn on the shoreline in eastern areas. front comes through tonight and there could be a stray in the mid to upper 60's open austan mid-seventies in southern spots. that is the full sunshine tomorrow afternoon. notice more clouds racing in this afternoon. -- thursday afternoon. there could be a couple of downpours involved eventually as well.
the days in the extended forecast. clouds racing back in on thursday. could be a couple of showers around as we work our way gradually through thursday afternoon and there's tonight. -- thursday night. let's go to "grow it green." ray: welcome to today's "grow it green." i'm joined by rachel from unh cooperative extension. rachel, today we have a fun your kids or just by yourself. rachel: exactly. we will preserve leaves. you are seeing the beautiful foliage out there. ray: a lot of people were worried we were not going to get the colors but they are out there. rachel: they are out there, exactly. he was a project you can do with your kids or by yourself. look for the leaves that have fallen off the tree or are still attached and you can take them home. you want to make sure the leaves
or they have diseased spots. get the best leaves you possibly can. and what we do is 2 separate activities. one of them is using a clear -- it goes on white and then it dries clear to preserve those leaves. let it dry. they become something you can use for decoration for the holiday season. ray: is this a smelly process, something i want to do outdoors? it has a bit of a sense but not that it needs to be aerated. the second activity is drying the leaf in the mark waste. take is nice, vibrant colored leaves and put them in between paper towels. put them in the mark away from 430 seconds. you want to monitor them. ray: 30 seconds on high?
totally drive it increase that by -- until they are totally dry. you want to make sure they are dried out and in order for them to be dry it will be flat. this one was not dry enough. should have been a little more smooth on that. then when you do is spray this with an acrylic spray-painted that will dry clear. you can preserve these for a longer time. thanksgiving table. ray: oh, that will be great. why do we have the newspaper? rachel: put them on the newspaper and stacked them and leave them for one to two days. ray: how long ahead of time do i need to do this to let them dry? rachel: you want to do it about three days preparation time and then they will last throughout the season. ray: all right, great come that way you can have a nice thanksgiving table and say i did it myself.
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a republican, but this election is so much bigger than party. my son max can't live in trump world. so i'm crossing party lines and voting for hillary. i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. and she's smart. she can work with people to solve problems. i want to be able to tell my kids that i did the right thing when it really mattered. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. kevin: cloudy and cool in a lot of areas and trying to see clouds break through the afternoon. tomorrow can sunny and warm.
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