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when they arrived they found the woman's husband on the front yard. >> at the time of the response there was also a 12-year-old daughter within the house. during the initial negotiation, a single shot was heard from inside the house. reporter: police say the house was surrounded, the state police swat team was called and the street was closed. >> we just saw a bunch of the state troopers going by, a ton of them. so we noticed, we don't see thater >> police say a while later the 12-year-old was able to get out of the house. at about the same time a second shot was heard. police don't think either shot was directed at anyone. >> the responding officer initially was a dangerous situation. they use extreme caution in their response. and did an excellent job. reporter: police say at one point the woman dropped the gun but refused to come outside. after three hours, 45-year-old
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>> no injuries involved by law enforcement, it was the best ending we could possibly have under the circumstances. reporter: police say deslongchamps faces charges that include reckless conduct, false imprisonment and endangering the welfare of a child. she's expected to be in court tomorrow. i'm andy hershberger. jennifer: a new durham neighborhood is on alert tonight after an 11-year-old police say it first happened back on the 5th and then again nine days later the boy saw the s.u.v. again. he says when he stepped off the side of the road to let the vehicle pass it instead followed him back to his house. police say there are several trouble l aspects to this driver's behavior. >> the driver pulled the hoodie that he was wearing up around
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reporter: neighbors will be keeping an extra close watch on the boy and this will us an extra police patrols in the area. tom: tonight a ware man is behind bars, accusedded of using a computer to meet up with an underage girl. it started with an ad on craigslist. mike cronin has more. reporter: the suspect was arrested this morning, four months after the department of homeland security began this investigation. 38-year-old donald malette is charged with certain u falsifying evidence. according to police an undercover federal agent saw a craigslist ad that malette allegedly posted looking for a mother and daughter. investigators aren't commenting specifically on what the ad said, but say when he wanted to do is disturbing, and police say the alleged crimes didn't meet standards for federal prosecution, so ware police got involved so he would face state charges. >> we're still trying to compile
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just for the case file. but it's pretty much a closed investigation at this time. we don't believe any children are in danger, we have no reason to believe that he ever assaulted any children. reporter: police advise parents to talk to their children and monitor what they're doing online. the suspect is being held tonight on $50,000 cash bail, and he'll face a judge tomorrow. live in ware, mike cronin, wmur news 9. jennifer: another new hampshire man will also face a judge tomorrow, accused of stealing mo michael shields jr. faces a 45 count indictment out of suffolk county, meation. he's charged with opening a dozen credit cards in women's names to go on vacation to buy clothes and jewelry. investigators say he typically met his victims through social media sites, and got their personal information by promising to take care of them financially. again he'll be facing a massachusetts judge in the morning. tom: tonight investigators say the huge flames that destroyed a
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sparked by an electrical problem. this video shows how intense the fire was when firefighters arrived on the scene. a motorcycle shot was destroyed along with the home. right now the red cross is helping the three adults and three children who were displaced. tonight dartmouth hitchcock is scrambling to clarify its statement about across the system layoffs. jennifer: those words prompted state leaders to question whether staffing at the state hospital would be adam sexton live now with some late breaking developments. reporter: just before 5:00 this letter arrived to new hampshire health and human services attempting to smooth over another bump in this already rocky process. it says psychiatric staff members, not on the chopping block. on monday dartmouth hitchcock medical center triggered panic among state officials when it announced 84 across the system layoffs. the concern at the state hospital where dhmc is set to
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commissioner request jeffrey meyers immediately sent a letter to c.e.o. james weinstein, seeking clarification. >> i thought it important to write to him immediately and ask him for a prompt replay to clarify whether or not there will be any reduction to any psychiatric services as a result of these layoffs. >> that prompt replay arrived this afternoon with dr. weinstein saying the layoffs do not include any employees providing psychiatric services. weinstein says he used a regional sense. these developments come with just three weeks to go before an election with hotly contested statewide races. colin van ostern is feam sizingg the positive in the state hospital's transition to dartmouth hitchcock. >> there will be i half dozen or more health care professionals on the job, than there were in june. by november it will be about 35 instead of 25. i think that's good, i think it means better health care for people. reporter: but his republican
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contract to be rebid, saying the original process was too complex and possibly fixed. >> only one group wanted to bid. the question that's out there is was that done intentional i to drive the business to dartmouth hitchcock. that's something we need vezzed and to find out. reporter: accusations of collusion came up yesterday after e-mails showed some communication about the contract bid between h.h.s. and an official transition into a position w governor hassan has decried what she sees as the intrusion of politics into this issue. adam sexton, wmur news 9. jennifer: now to the weather, clouded in and cooler than yesterday in many spots, but come tomorrow the sun returns and the temperatures climb. mike haddad is here now. mike: we had an early spring pattern set up shop over new hampshire today with the warm air just on our doorstep. the overcast skies on shore
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average for this time of year. 50's in many spots, but whitefield did hit the lower 70's about an hour or two ago. keene back into the mid 60's. but summer-like warmth is right on our doorstep, and as we see it lining up back through cleveland, d.c., even burlington, vermont. western portions of massachusetts. that builds in with sunshine tomorrow for a nice warmup. we're going to push near 70 north to around 80 in parts of southern new hampshire. if we do hit 80 at the coast that would tie a record for the longer because we have many more changes to follow for tend of the week, all of that straight ahead. tom: next at 6:00, with just three weeks until election day, the questions viewers had on facebook live this afternoon for democratic candidate for governor colin van ostern. jennifer: plus sale finalized, an updated look at the plans for the former rockingham park property.
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months of degrading women and vulgar insults, and kelly ayotte supported donald trump through all of it, even calling him a role model. now, ayotte suddenly claims the opposite-- a political calculation just to re-elect herself. so, what else has kelly ayotte done to get re-elected? and corporate special interests like the kochs spend millions to re-elect ayotte. kelly ayotte. doing what's right for herself is just wrong for new hampshire. i'm maggie hassan,
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tom: democratic candidate for governor colin van ostern was in our studios today, taking questions by social media. jennifer: van ostern was the latest to take part in candidates. political director josh mcelveen has a wrapup. josh: facebook live and colin van ostern, and a common question. he wants to know what's your stance on welcoming refugees and immigrants into the state. >> i think our diversity is a point of strength in new hampshire. and as one where, it's one of the things that makes our country great as well frankly. i also know that as governor my first responsibility is to
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so i know that anyone who comes here as a new american needs to go through a long and rigorous security screening process. sometimes this can take as long as a year or two. reporter: he asked what about the second amendment. >> i know that a individual has a constitutional right to bear arms. and i think that's something we need to protect. i also believe it's consistent with common sense gun violence prevention laws. i believe that we should have better job of universal reporter: jordan wants you to describe your plan when it comes to bringing commuter rail to new hampshire. >> sure. i have been passionate about this, it's not a silver bullet, but it's one of the tools in our tool box that we need to strengthen our economy. commuter rail from boston up to nashua, the mill yard and manchester and the manchester airport would help private businesses create thousands of jobs. josh: just a few things on the minds of voters in the race for governor as the countdown continues toward election day.
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tom: mike haddad is here with word that the cloud cover just didn't want to move out today. mike: it didn't, in many spots. there were a couple spots that you needed the sunglasses today. statewide tomorrow we're going to shake out all the clouds and the fog, so how much warmer does it get and what about the other changes on the way. jennifer: and this beautiful shot of the full moon, still looking lovely in the sky the next morning too. andrew crossley: new hampshire has a senator who works just as hard as we do. gerardine ferlins: kelly ayotte believes in the potential of new hampshire, and wants to unleash that potential. ron goguen: she's out there fighting for good-paying jobs. andrew crossley: kelly introduced bipartisan training initiatives to make sure we have the skills for the 21st century. sue winter: she's fought against workplace discrimination - and for equal pay. claude poisson: she's working for the little guy - i'm the little guy. barb fredette: we need kelly fighting for good new hampshire jobs
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for new hampshire's working families. kelly ayotte: i'm kelly ayotte and i approved this message. bob hillery: i spent 21 years in the navy, defending america. if i only showed up half the time, i'd have been court-martialed.
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homeland security hearings. vo: on critical homeland security hearings, ayotte was mia... even missing a hearing the same day she went to a washington fundraiser. for ayotte, collecting campaign cash comes first. bob hillery: when it comes to fighting terrorism, 50% just doesn't cut it. vo: senate majority pac is responsible for the
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tom: it's a go for the tuscan village in salem. jennifer: the real estate developer closed on the final piece of lab to make this dream a reality. the property that hosted 100 years of thoroughbred and harness racing will soon be part development. >> the vision of tuscan village is a mixed use center that embodies a downtown center, very community centric, very pedestrian friendly. entertainment, restaurants, hotels, all kinds of retail uses, and the ability to have these gathering spaces for the community to come in and celebrate the holidays and celebrate different times of the year. we do all kind of festivals here at the tuscan village. we would do that there as well
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jennifer: ground breaking is scheduled for 2017. tom: the manchester fire department hoping to get 600 much needed coats to young children for the winter. it's called operation warm. the manchester fire department has participated in the coat drive for the blast two years. they work with elementary schools and other youth programs to distribute the coats to children in need. >> we love doing it. we've been able to network with the united way, with the manchester school department, with the manchester health touch, they, and we get to do a lot of good in the community. >> our students are so appreciative and the families are really appreciative. we have lots of hard working families and nay just need that extra, they can't always get the new coat. tom: can you make a donation to any city fire station. mike: yes, that stubborn overcast today, out in warner.
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there, peak right now in many parts of central and southern new hampshire. also notice towards the last hour or two here look at the fog settle in, the visibility cut down, under a mile in some spots. but that will slow you down as you're traveling over the next few hours. temperatures in the 50's and lower 60's. but not too far to our south and west, not only is it warmer but it almost feels like early summer with temperatures near 80 in burlington, lower 80's albany, new york, southwestern in the upper 70's to low 80's. and that's just sitting on our doorstep waiting for a wind to turn to the southwest. today it's been out of the southeast, and during the overnight stretch it will turn to the southwest. that means temperatures will actually warm during the overnight into early tomorrow morning. force that warmth it extends back to about chicago before it begins to cool back to normal, back to the upper midwest in the northern part of the plains states. overnight tonight we may see
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the mid 50's, lower 50's in the lakes region, near 60 in the upper valley and monadnock. but then temperatures will rise during the late part of the overnight into early tomorrow morning. it's all ahead of this boundary that is moving in from the west. and with that cold front a couple of shower chances will come in. first up north, mid evening through the first part of the overnight. and then very late during the overnight in southern sections and all the clouds exit early tomorrow morning. here's a look at the timeline, there in some spots this evening and then the best chance of showers will develop up north sometime after say 9:00 or 10:00. extending through about one, two, three in the morning. while in southern zones the shower chances increase after midnight, but they'll be few and far between, only give it about a 20% chance of a shower south of the lakes region during the overnight. early morning patchy clouds, then developing sun during the rate morning and afternoon. just about a lock tomorrow, because the wind flow will be
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was on shore. so we do have not only developing sun, but an off shore breeze in much higher temperatures. jumping a head into thursday, a little bit of sun in the morning, then the clouds from the next system begin to approach. so showers are likely not a guarantee for thursday afternoon, and then the clouds take over statewide thursday night into friday, and look rain from the west and rain from the south try to get in here. we certainly need the rain, with the rainfall deficits as high as they are, for friday. we'll likely see some upper 60's for highs tomorrow up north. but look at southern natural, upper 70's to around 80. the report high in concord is 82. much cooler on thursday. winds kickback on shore, a little sun, then increasing clouds, couple of scattered showers in the afternoon, then occasional rain or showers friday. showers end early on saturday south but linker in the mountains and yes it will be cold enough late saturday night,
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for southern new hampshire as we go through early on sunday. a sign of winter hitting the north country by the mid part of the weekend. jamie: baseball game going on, we're going to go back to the world series from 30 years ago today as well. plus the celtics, we go to their
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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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has been paid for by put new hampshire first and has not been authorized by any candidate. it's not uncommon for autistic kids to flap their hands. and so when i saw that, that was completely disqualifying. i'm 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. en it really mattered.
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when all three of these guys show up, they come up with some crazy ideas. sometimes, i just have to say, "no way." so i appreciate it when annie kuster says "no" to cutting social security. she stood up to both parties to protect our benefits. annie's working to make sure we have a secure retirement. thanks, annie.
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jamie: the indians did it to the red sox, swept them in the divisional series, and they are on the field right now with a chance to sweep toronto in the alcs. game four of the series, this one in toronto, bottom of the 7th. former fisher cats pitcher aaron sanchez with a gem for the jays. these cleveland indians are on an incredible run, nine wins in a row. jays trying to stay alive. cubs and dodgers play game three of the nlcs tonight in l.a. a trip down memory lane 30 years ago today, g series between the red sox and mets at shea stadium. rich gedmon delivered the only run of the game and jim rice scored from second. not the most famous ground ball to go through an infielder's leg. 57,000 fans in new york watched the red sox win 1-0. it's been a solid preseason for the celtics, they've won five of their six games, that included
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brooklyn nets. c's have one more exhibition game tomorrow night and then the regular season begins one week from tomorrow at home with the nets. >> good thing about preseason is it prepares us for the first game, we're able to work on things and sharpen up a few things, and you have to use every chance to practice to continue to get better. >> obviously once kelly gets back that will be huge for we definitely have a number of guys here that can get the job done as a group. >> now to u.n.h. football where the wildcats may need to win their last four games to make the playoffs. they lost to james madison over the weekend. if they can finish 8-3, that should be good enough for them to make the playoffs for the 1t- 13th straight season. and those games are all the
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too, we can't afford another loss, we can't be 7-4 and hope to make the playoffs. we have to win out from here on out and finish 8-3 to have a chance. looking forward to it and it's exciting. >> we like the challenge, but it's not about the next four games, it's about the next one, because nothing else means anything if you don't win the next one, so gotta take care of business in this game. >> we go one week at a time. if we get the next one and the next one, it will work out chad east west football game, they're going to tee it up on a friday night, june 30, that means we'll have friday night football in june for the first time ever. that will be really fun. jennifer: right now on wmur.com, with halloween less than two weeks away, are you trying to figure out when to take your little ones trick or treating? we have all the dates and times for new hampshire's cities and
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you know me. that's new hampshire kelly ayotte. this is washington kelly ayotte. she voted for 20 billion dollars in tax breaks for the big oil companies. but she voted against letting you refinance your student loans. ayotte voted to give a huge tax breaks to millionaires. while 95% of us... got nothing. kelly ayotte. you need to know in washington. she's not working for new hampshire.
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i've seen what can happen as the result of hate. my son matt was murdered in laramie, wyoming, in 1998. he was befriended by two men in a bar who pretended to be gay. they offered him a ride home, and when he was in their car, they robbed him and beat him. they drove matt out to the prairie and tied him to a split-rail fence, then beat him some more and left him for dead. in the aftermath of matt's death, my family saw the best of america in the love and support we were shown. so when i see the hate that donald trump has brought to his campaign for president, it terrifies me. i'd like to punch him in the face, i'll tell ya. ahh, i don't know what i said, uhh, i don't remember. he's a mexican. i could stand in the middle of fifth avenue and shoot somebody, and i wouldn't... words have an influence. violence causes pain. hate can rip us apart. i know what can happen as the result of hate, and donald trump should never be our president. priorities usa action
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i'm colin van ostern, and this is my father-in-law, rich. and this is peter and patrick. i agreed to do a tv ad only if my grandkids were in it, too. i trust colin with their future. my clean energy plan is all about their future. as governor, i'll invest in solar and renewable energy. that'll hold down energy costs, create local jobs, and protect the environment. it's how we keep new hampshire moving forward. or grampa could just keep feeding the kids cake and ice cream. you get a lot of energy months of degrading women and vulgar insults, and kelly ayotte supported donald trump through all of it, even calling him a role model. now, ayotte suddenly claims the opposite-- a political calculation just to re-elect herself. so, what else has kelly ayotte done to get re-elected? she's voted with the koch brothers 90% of the time, and corporate special interests like the kochs spend millions to re-elect ayotte. kelly ayotte. doing what's right for herself is just wrong for new hampshire.
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tonight, breaking news. donald trump and his bold claim. as this evening, president obama now taking aim at trump with stern words. and the woman from "people" magazine accusing trump. tonight, the new image that's now emerged. also tonight, that deadly plane crash, right into an apartment building. about the cockpit. what happened seconds before? the american troops tonight, backing up the iraqis. their biggest assault yet on isis. our team on the front lines right now. the abc news exclusive. we take you right inside guantanamo prison tonight. the colonel who has never taken cameras to the roof. and what the detainees yell at us. >> abc news! >> if the prison closes, will some of those detainees be

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