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sean: now at noon, disturbing new details in the case against a weare man now behind bars after after police say he tried to solicit sex from a mother and her underage daughter. warmer temperatures again out there this afternoon. how long does looks to last with shower chances ahead. sean: gun while her 12-year-old daughter was inside their home. after a three-hour armed standoff with police, today she faced a judge. we're just hours away from the final showdown between donald trump and hillary clinton before election day. mamma 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]
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sex from a mother and her underage daughter. it turned out that the mother he thought he was emailing was an undercover federal agent. good afternoon. i'm sean mcdonald. right now donald malette is being held on $50,000 bail. we do want to warn you, some of the details may be distrubing to hear. wmur's ray brewer is live in hillsboro, where malette was just arraigned on two felony charges. good afternoon, ray. ray: good afternoon, sean. donald malatte is charwi physical evidence. prosecutors alleging he tried to destroy the once he learned an investigation was underway. >> everything about this case is disturbing, especially anything to do with minors. ray: with his brother sitting in the audience, donald malette was accused of trying to lure an underage girl and her mother to have sex. the investigation began back in june, when an agent with the department of homeland security was checking craigslist for
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tied to mr. malette. ray: it reads in part the undery wrote back ray: the emails continued for a while. the prosecution saying that malette was in >> he wanted to see real photos of the person to whom he was speaking to as well as real photos of the daughter. ray: malette was arrested when prosecutors learned he was moving to south carolina. in court the defense noted that he is not a flight risk and took exception to one point made by the prosecutor. >> i haven't received discovery or received the guerstein, your honor, but nothing i heard in the offer of proof suggested
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federal case the feds decided to let the locals handle it. >> based on their investigation they determined that federal charges would not be warranted because he did not travel to meet any juveniles. ray: the judge set bail at $50,000 cash and malette ordered to have no unsupervised contact with minors, including his own children. he is back in court on october 20 74 probable cause hearing. reporting live in hillsborough, ray brewer, wmur ns police at bay during an armed standoff in candia appeared in court today. 45-year-old deborah delongchamps was held without bail on three charges, including false imprisonment and endangering the welfare of a child. police say it all started yesterday when they received a call for a distraught woman at a house on north road. when they got to the scene they learned a 12-year-old girl was also inside. soon after, they heard a gunshot and then saw the child run from the house. a swat team was called in before delongchamps surrendered without
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court today in massachusetts accused of stealing more than $350,000. 25-year-old michael shields , jr., faces a total of 45 counts out of suffolk county including credit card fraud. investigators say he opened more than a dozen credit cards in five women's names. and then used the cards to go on vacation, buy clothes, jewelry, and meals. officials say he met most of his victims through social media and got personal information by promising to take care of them financially. is back and those temperature are climbing out there. the question is how hot will it , get today? let's turn it over to kevin skarupa. kevin: approaching 80 degrees in a few spots like portsmouth, where we could exceed the record high, 80 degrees. live look at moultonborough, 76 degrees with full sunshine. exactly what we were missing yesterday. tried out quickly thanks to the
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hour. that will continue through the afternoon and eventually the wind brings in cooler air. warm afternoon out there as we take out in the upper 60's up north and upper range of the 70's in southern areas. the brees later on this evening and eventually that brings in the cooler air and ahead of the next system we will have all the details on that with the forecast in just a few minutes. sean: you're taking a live look in las vegas as preparations for tonight's presidential debate continue. we're just hours away from the last face-to-face showdown between hillary clinton and donald trump before election day. abc's lauren lyster is in las vegas with a look ahead at tonight's debate. lauren: headlining the biggest show in vegas tonight, hillary clinton and donald trump. the candidates getting ready to face off in their final debate -- mr. trump: because you would be
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hammering his message to voters that the election is rigged. mr. trump: they have rigged it from the beginning. they even want to try and rig the election at the polling booths. lauren: state boards of elections and some prominent republicans saying it's just not true. president obama jumping in as well. president obama: it happens to be based on no facts. i invite mr. trump to stop whining and try to go make his case to get votes. lauren: clinton, meanwhile, hasn't yet addressed her latest email controversy. hacked wikileaks emails most recently appea possible running mates in rough food groups, like latinos and women. clinton arriving in vegas tuesday in the midst of debate prep, keeping her off the trail for days. trump, at a colorado rally, pouncing. mr. trump: you know what the debate prep is? it's resting. it's lying down, going to sleep. lauren: but clinton's camp insisting the practice pays off and she heads into tonight with
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>> he has to win come he has to have a big victory, and she knows running out the clock is what she needs to do. lauren: it all gets started right here just hours from now. the format will be the same as the first debate, with six topics, 15 minutes each. and we'll have to wait and see if the candidates forego a handshake greeting like the last time around. lauren lyster, abc news, las vegas. sean: we will see what happens. you can watch the final presidential debate tonight at 9:00 right here on wmur or go to our website or mobile app. , mate, mike pence, is returning to the granite state on friday. he will attend public events in exeter and nashua. and massachusetts senator elizabeth warren will campaign with hillary clinton here in new hampshire next week. the two will be making stops together on monday. saving the best for last? coming up, president obama hosts his final state dinner at the white house. and a faculty strike rocks more than a dozen pennsylvania universities.
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out there until the cooler air arrives ahead of the next system. sean: and in today's "cook's corner," we're making a
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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. 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 so our kids can raise their families here. sue martin: kelly is a powerful voice for new hampshire's working families. kelly ayotte: i'm kelly ayotte and i approved this message. 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
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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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president obama: welcome to the white house. and welcome to the final state dinner of my presidency. in the immortal words of a great italian-american, yogi berra, it ain't over till it's over. sean: yeah, you have heard those words before. president obama welcomed dozens of stars to the white house for the final state dinner of his presidency last night. the dinner honored italian prime minister matteo renzi. grammy award-winning pop singer gwen stefani performed and helped prepare dinner. the federal judge who was presiding over the el chapo case was gunned down while jogging monday. officials say he was shot in the head near his home outside of mexico city. the 37-year-old judge had been involved in a series of high profile cases, including the case of joaquin guzman. mexico's attorney general's office is now investigating. a faculty strike in pennsylvania
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students out of class. faculty at pennsylvania's 14 state universities began the strike early this morning. it's the first in the system's 34-year history. an association representing faculty say this comes after five days of heated negotiations over wages. the state said students should report to their scheduled classes, unless their university says otherwise. meantime, according to a new report, students graduating from college in new hampshire have the highest debt in the country. the institue of college access and succesys undergrad in the u.s. graduates with just over $30,000 in debt. but here in new hampshire that number jumps to about $36,100, and more than three quarters of students graduate owing money, which is also the highest in the country. meantime, if you are a college student heading out today, you will see nice weather. kevin: a chance to study outside. warmer temperatures, but you know that is not going to last.
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the cooldown comes. sean: coming up next in "cooks corner," we're maknig tuscan venison flatbread in our news 9 kitchen. 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, and cut employees' hours to avoid giving them health insurance. so it's no surprise chris opposes the minimum wage because he never had to work for anything. chris sununu has no business being governor. this advertisement has been paid for by put new hampshire first and has not been authorized by any candidate. avid goodwill shoppers spend years honing the skills they need to find the choicest merchandise. note the hair worn up --
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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." 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. so i can worry about these guys instead. thanks, annie.
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sean: the manchester fire department is raising money to keep children warm this winter. operation warm is a national program that provides brand new warm coats to children in need. since the program began, firefighters across the country have distributed over 200,000 new coats to kids. >> each child gets a brand new union-made, american-made coat to help keep them warm during the winter. so we purchase the coats and members of the manchester fire department volunteer their time and we distribute the coats within the community. able to purchase and distribute more than 800 coats here in the queen city in the last 2 years. for more information on how you can donate, you can head to our website, >> now, meteorologist kevin skarupa with your storm watch 9 forecast. kevin: certainly never a prerequisite to have sunshine with peak foliage but it makes more beautiful picture. keeping and quite a few areas right now.
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and sunshine and temperatures just about statewide this afternoon up into the 70's. what was missing yesterday was offering -- offshore wind direction. we had a west wind early this morning and that cleared us up quickly. with the day in the 50's to low 60's, we have jumped quickly and we are currently in the 70's. 60's in the north country. cooler air starting to right now. temperatures overnight in the 30's to the lower range of the 40's. flow for the time being west to east system, increase in clouds tomorrow morning. chance of a few showers tomorrow. 36 a washington should let you know what is eventually to come . usually at 6000 feet we see the
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things cool off quickly. the 80-degree reading we have a chance of seeing in portsmouth could tie the record high for the state. yesterday with the northeast wind, temperatures in the 50's to the low range of the 60's. a few breaks of sunshine. get towards the weekend. fair skies this afternoon. temperatures overnight 40 south. there will be a chance of scattered shower to in the evening. patchy drizzle and the shower chances continue.
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system from that will be reserved towards friday evening as this links up with tropical moisture located offshore. the expectation right now is for this to wind down saturday morning. and then the winds take up out of the northwest including -- and it could be cool enough with the northwesterly breezes. far northern areas of the state saturday evening and early sunday as the cooler air starts to rush and. today it is in the 70's to near 80. 60's again on friday with showers and 50's for the weekend and 40's up north as well. let's go to "cook's corner." sean: we have the wild chef today. denny corriveau of the free range culinary institute.
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to a brick-and-mortar type of school. sean: and use game meats. denny: absolutely. sean: what are we cooking today? denny: tuscan venison flatbread. you can do it with buffalo, moose, deer. i take my blood orange olive oil -- sean: we should mention you have products on your website. denny: 100 preservative-free products, good pair for game organic foods. brush the flatbread. i cooked up my tuscan sausage. this is one version of venison. sean: moose season, if i am not mistaken. denny: it is, it is. sean: you are busy and fall. hunting season almost year-round with in fall very busy. denny: people looking for healthier ways to eat. sean: you must get asked all the
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is it easy to put game meats in various dishes? denny: game likes some type of fat content. if you put any type of fat, whether it be all over oil or other things with it, it will help because it is a lean meat. sean: ok. denny: i spiced up some ricotta with my spice blend which has things like nutmeg and cinnamon and also some grind i will put roasted garlic powder which is organic another one of my products. then i'm going to finish it off with some beautiful blend of italian cheeses. fontina, mozzarella, provolone. sean: he looks delicious. i bet a lot of people have not had venison pizza before. you know something from this taste really good. denny: it certainly is
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them that game is incredible and that is why people go out and do what they do in the outdoors. sean: and you work with fish and game. denny: i work with new hampshire fish and game probably 25 years. future jeff on the television show called "-- featured chef on their television show called "wild side.", go to the multimedia section. sean: denny: go to my website, whil --, or see me on facebook and see all kinds of foodie picks. sean: very interesting. i that you educate a lot of
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narrator: planned parenthood provides many kinds of healthcare. woman: i depend on planned parenthood for birth control. woman: i had my annual physical there. woman: the cancer screenings at planned parenthood are so important. narrator: still, chris sununu cast the deciding vote to eliminate state funding for planned parenthood. chris sununu put partisan politics above colin van ostern: i'm colin van ostern. i fought to restore funding for planned parenthood and got it done, because women's health care should always be above politics. 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. but that's what senator kelly ayotte did. she missed nearly half of her homeland security hearings. vo: on critical homeland security hearings, ayotte was mia... even missing a hearing the same day she went
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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 content of this advertising. >> i have given them as much time as i can give them. they're just too undependable for me. sean: bill belichick, as you heard, has had it with tablets.
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tablet -- boom, there it is -- on the sideline after some technical issues. and yesterday he went on a five minute and 25 second rant about the new technology. microsoft entered into a long-term sponsorship partnership with the nfl in 2013. that is why they're using the tablets. but bill is obviously not a fan. he also started by announcing the birth of his granddaughter and at today's press conference , look at this, he was greeted at the podium with a onesie. is he kevin: kind of. a little bit. the sides of his mouth cracked up slightly. he said the only tablets he is trusting at this point are the ones he heard about in the bible. he can be funny. he can. temperatures in the 70 to 80 degrees this afternoon. increasing clouds tomorrow. better chance of showers we friday, friday evening, and wrapping up saturday. sean: but for today feels like
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of talk about whether this presidential election has been rigged, there will be fewer poll watchers than past years. it's all because of a recent supreme court decision. we will have more on that. and why t-mobile will have to cough up millions of dollars for the way it handled customer data.
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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
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i'm frank guinta and i approve this message. narrator: new hampshire has one of the worst opiate epidemics in the nation. and frank guinta is leading the charge to fight it. erin canterbury: when i met congressman guinta, it was like a breath of fresh air. he said to me "what can i do?" "how can i help?" narrator: frank guinta founded and chairs the bipartisan task force to combat the heroin epidemic. canterbury: frank guinta understands this is not a democratic issue nor a republican issue. it's a people issue. he's willing to get in there and fight for us...
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