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erin: now at noon a developing story. a major cyberattack on a new hampshire company leaves parts of the east coast offline. hayley: a damp start to the weekend. how much of this beneficial rain we get and when temperatures take a big swing down. >> people are always asking what can i do? erin: in the battle against drug abuse in new than ever to take part in drug takeback day. the race for the white house it's an all out push in the , battleground states including several visits to the granite state. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur news 9 at noon. erin: a developing story out of manchester this noon after a
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-- a local company left websites down across parts of the east coast. good afternoon, im erin fehlau. the manchester based company dyn took about two hours to get things back up and running. wmur's kristen carosa is live in manchester with the latest. reporter: staff here say things are back up and running around 9:20 this morning. right now they are trying together as much information as they can to figure out what happened here. says its server infrastructure was hit by a ddos cyber attack, which stands for distributed denial of service which disrupted their systems. dyn is a donating best domain name system provider and hosts twitter in spotify, which also experienced problems this morning because of the attack. the executive vice president says they worked quickly to resolve the issue this morning, and things are back up and
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questions or concerns to contact her technical support team. live in manchester, kristen carosa, wmur news 9. erin: i do. scattered showers moving in across the granite state. and some big temperature changes are coming our way with talk of some snow this weekend. we look out onto the queen city with a whole lot of fog right now. hayley: no worries about snow across the state. elevations and the northern part of the state. even so now it seems we are getting into the real thick of things with fall. it doesn't feel like that now. it is mild with showers moving through. foggy, cloudy, just a murky day. it will be more rain to come. this system down in the ohio river valley starting to get moving closer to us. for the next two days, today and tomorrow we will be with the showers moving through.
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are not going crazy. it's going up through the day today. some scattered showers today. more of that tomorrow in late tomorrow night into early sunday morning the rain changes to snow in the northern part of the state and in the higher elevations. by sunday the winds will howl and will feel a lot colder. more on the extended forecast in a few minutes. erin: now to the race for the white house. it's an all out push in the battleground states. democrats hillary clinton, tim kaine and big name supporters will campaign pennsylvania and ohio. while republicans donald trump and mike pence are hitting north carolina, pennsylvania and the granite state. mike pence will hold a rally at exter town hall tonight at 6:30. doors for that open at 4:30. on the heels of wednesday's fiery debate trump and clinton coming face to face again on the stage last night. the two candidates roasted each other at a charity fundraiser in
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reporter: they're back again on the same stage. donald trump and hillary clinton speaking at a new york charity dinner, and election year tradition. donald trump hillary : accidentally bumped into me and she very civilly said, pardon me. hillary clinton: donald looks of the statue of liberty and sees a four. maybe a five, if she loses the torch and tablet and changes her reporter: it's a chance for the candidates to poke fun at themselves, but in this nasty campaign, no surprise they , lobbed zingers at each other. hillary clinton it's amazing i'm : up here after donald. i didn't think he'd be ok with a peaceful transition of power. reporter: trump got some laughs but then the crowd turned on him. donald trump: here she is
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reporter: there was one sort or from the moment. unlike their past two debates, trump and clinton did shake hands. here is the latest race ratings. with the blue states that are leaning democrat clinton already has more than enough electoral votes to win the white house. trump's path to 270 electoral votes is very difficult. his campaign's best hope may be to rev up the republican base. >> push the base as heavily as he can and hope for a low turnout. it is based shows up, he has the possibility of winning reporter:. reporter:the clinton campaign strategy is very different. they are pushing into more traditionally republican state this year they can push them from red to blue. karen travers, abc news washington. erin: and coming up in less than an hour from now, join us on the wmur facebook page for a facebook live session with representative annie kuster.
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that's on our facebook page at 1:00 today. a merrimack man is facing charges after police say he assaulted a driver while wearing a hillary clinton mask. police say 28-year-old nicholas bonzagni was protesting the presidential debate wednesday night along route 101-a. he allegedly assaulted a driver who yelled at him at a traffic light. bonzagni later turned himself in to police where he was released on bail. right now police are investigating a crash invog a manchester police cruiser. it happened yesterday around 5:30 at the intersection of wayne and dubuque streets. the officer was responding to another call at the time of the crash. officials say his emergency lights were on but the officer failed to yield at the intersection. no one was taken to the hospital. police say a meredith man was drunk when he drove the wrong way on interstate 93 this morning, nearly causing a head on crash. state police say 34-year-old
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troopers say his blood alcohol was twice the legal limit. he is set to be arraigned in court next month. a man accused of kidnapping and sexually assaulting a 13-year-old girl in massachusetts is being held without bail after facing a judge. police say the victim was walking to school yesterday morning when angel mateo grabbed the teen and brought the victim to a nearby apartment. police say mateo held the victim for more than two hours before letting her go. she walked tho her mom who alerted police. mateo was already on pre-trial probation and was wearing an ankle bracelet. two new hampshire men accused of blowing up a newspaper box in salem, massachusetts are due in court today. the august blast destroyed a box for the rainbow times, an lgbt newspaper. police say 23-year-old john richard of hollis and 20-year-old lawrence gilman of milford placed the device.
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an organization more commonly associated with illegal drugs is turning it's attention to prescription drugs. national prescription drug take back day is being led by the dea. in six years more than six million pounds of drugs have been taken off the streets. this year as ray brewer reports the program in new hampshire is expanding. reporter: in april the dea collected over 12,000 pounds of prescription drugs. now they're hoping to get even more out of the medicine cabinets and off the streets. in the lobby of the hooksett police department there is a box for disposing of unwanted prescription drugs. saturday it will be one of many. >> last time we did it we had 83 locations. this time 103. reporter: for the 12th time the dea is partnering with local organizations. >> any drugs that are old or expired that will not be used if anybody has lost a loved one , that has unused medications we
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reporter: the reason for devoting a special day to taking back legal drugs is simple but profound. >> we know that four out of five heroin users, fetanyl users start with prescription pills so we need to get those pills taken away. reporter: only pills or solid medications like patches will be accepted. no liquids or needles. the dea says that getting the pills disposed of properly can help prevent a future tragedy. >> we talk about children we know so many children are they're rifling through medicine , cabinets. reporter: the collection period runs from 10:00 in the morning until 2:00 in the afternoon. the drugs will be accepted with no questions asked, and if people are concerned about their privacy and information on the labels, police say don't worry. >> all unused medications that are disposed of here at the police department they are going to be sealed and disposed of safely so you don't have to worry about the security of your information on the prescriptions themselves. reporter: while they collect
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they say that saturday is very important in helping to get the word out and getting these drugs off the streets. erin: thank you. still ahead, fighting isis. the teror group launches a deadly attack as the first american is killed in the battle for mosul. and more problems for takata. after federal investigators say the air bag failed to save a driver's life. hayley: more showers, even downpours on the way as we head into the weekend. quick. we will show you the full forecast coming up. erin: in today's cook's corner we're whipping up a delicious meal perfect for holiday
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for months and months of this. i'd like to punch him in the face i'll tell you. there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her, wherever. kelly ayotte stood by him. would you tell a child to aspire to be like donald trump? would you point to him as a role model? absolutely. i would do that.
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no principles. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. erin: isis. a u.s. service member was killed in iraq, the first american combat death since the operation to take back mosul began. abc's alex marquardt is on the ground where a new round of fighting is underway. reporter: the battle for mosul is seeing some of its fiercest fighting yet. isis showing what they do when squeezed. player on the outskirts of the city, long considered safe. isis sleeper cells launched an attack. suicide bombers hitting police stations, a political building and a power plant.
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going into the center of the city. the iraqi army saying dozens of isis fighters were killed. this place into the fear over what will happen if isis lose more territory. a goes well beyond iraq and syria. they are expected to seek revenge and lash out internationally. erin: a defective takata air bag is being blamed for another death in the united states. federal officials say a 50-year-old woman was killed in california last month while the car's air bag ruptured. this is the confirmed death from 11th the airbags in the u.s. outside for us, we are seeing a lot of fog and rain. hayley: definitely some showers moving through. it is making for tough travel on the roads. over the weekend some rain and we will get a little sun. i will show you what to expect after the break. erin: he will head into the
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this delicious holiday 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... to end the opiate epidemic. narrator: planned parenthood provides and fight for us... 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 women's health care.
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nd got it done, because women's health care should always be above politics. 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.
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shington. she's not working for new hampshire.
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hayley: here is a look at hampton. 64 degrees with lots of low clouds, fog, drizzle. even some heavier showers have been living through. that is the case of an conway. you can see the low clouds and fog. temperatures are a lot warmer in the northern part of the state at the moment. 67 degrees. winds out of the southeast at 14 miles per hour. there is what is happening in warner. much cooler. 59 degrees with calm winds. thankfully the fog has many of us were commuting into work this morning and it was very difficult to see with visibility's below a mile. that is still the case in rochester due to the fog, the low clouds, the drizzle coming through. be careful with this cloud cover and the low fog as we get into the afternoon. along with wet leaves on the roadways, that can make things slick and difficult for driving as you get into the afternoon. look at the temperature difference.
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we have mid to upper 60's in the northern part of the state, while still in the mid-50's from laconia and a plaintiff. it depends on where you are right now. we had some rainfall that is keeping temperatures on the cooler side. you can see some scattered showers moving through. we had a batch about an hour ago from manchester, concord. now it's in the mount washington valley. there is more to come. even if there isn't rain on you now, there can be some fine mist and drizzle living through. right now. that is why temperatures are in the 50's and 60's. it might even be a little humidity in the air. all of that warmth and humidity is going to be gone soon. once the cold front moves through, which will happen in earnest, tomorrow the real cool air we will have seen all season will start to move in. in the meantime, scattered showers. they will be off and on. areas of drizzle possible overnight.
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downpours overnight. here is tomorrow morning, waking up mostly cloudy. some areas of fog and drizzle. it looks i can the afternoon we may get some heavier showers coming through. watch this. as the cold air comes in behind the system overnight early on sunday morning there could be some snowflakes, particularly in the northern part of the state and in the higher elevations. those areas could be talking about 1-3 inches. and the heaviest amounts of snow would be in places like on top of that washington and the higher peaks. in terms of rainfall, we need it. maybe three quarters of an inch to an inch of rain fall. that is how we get to sunday. high temperatures will be mild in the 60's and low 70's, but just you wait. it will get a lot cooler and more windy. tomorrow, scattered showers in the mid-50's. only the upper 40's in the 50's
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feel much cooler than that. still cool and early next week. here is cook's corner. erin: we are cooking gluten-free today, as we always do with una. joyce have so many great recipes. he brought in this desert and this great german dish. una: i got no choice but to follow a great and free diet. most good food is naturally gluten-free. it very evil. an austrian recipe i make. it's very simple. this week the pork one is $1.99 for this six ounce portion. -- for a pound it is very reasonable. counting it out between the saran wrap. that way the bits of robbie
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goes into it. you can see the difference in color. and then this is ordinary honey mustard. you can do the really spicy german mustard, whatever you like. this is one of my favorite bacons. it is jones cherrywood. it is certain flight gluten-free but again it's real bacon. there is nothing different about it and it tastes wonderful. this is what they would do. still tickles. -- dill pickle. i don't like d these caine's ones are the only ones labeled gluten-free. you will let all the. erin: it has a green sea or on it. una: just to let people know, you can get these in the stores and the stainless steel. but the men.
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it tastes phenomenal. it's one of my recipes. it is a recipe i do in the cooking class dinner parties where we going to people's homes, which is what i do here. i speak and travel internationally. we make an apple salad. it is all real food that is tasty. erin: how do people find out more information? una: facebook, gluten-free cooking with una. share recipes all the time. people want the recipes and i do give very good, involved recipes. it's very tasty. erin: he brought the desert and. una: that will be one of my next month's ones for silly apparatus. i have six years of referen -- recipes. thank you for having me. erin: royal temptations.
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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
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that way, too. uh, first of all, i plan to vote for donald trump. when it served her purpose, ayotte buddied up to trump, even calling him a role model. would you tell a child to aspire to be like donald trump? oh absolutely, i would do that. but she kept playing politics and flip flopping around. ayotte is running away from trump as quickly as she can. and what she values is her seat. and she's trying - to keep something she values. - i know. kelly ayotte. the politician.
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sing. 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 so our kids can raise their families here. sue martin: kelly is a powerful voice for new hampshire's working families. and i approved this message. erin: several coaches off the
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kicks off tonight. celebrity page airs next, you can still watch who wants to be a millionaire on wmur with two back to back episodes starting at 3:00 this afternoon. thanks for joining us and have a great afternoon and great weekend. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its
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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 th 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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when i listen to families across new hampshire, all i hear is that washington is locked into a system where the special interests come before people. where drug company profits come before affordable medicine, the koch brothers and big oil come before clean energy, and powerful corporations beat out entrepreneurs looking to grow their small businesses. i'm maggie hassan. washington won't change overnight. but sending a new senator who puts your priorities ahead of special interests can make a difference.
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now on "celebrity page" tv, these stars want you to get out and vote. >> on tuesday november 8th, this country will make one of the most important. >> the most important. >> the most important decision in its history. >> olivia pope just got even busier. >> that is going to happen. >> kerry washington gives birth to second child and by losing a ton of weight. >> and amy schumer's sort of apology to tampa fan. why the comedian isn't sorry for what she said about donald trump. big stars, big hollywood, "celebrity page" tv. starts now. i'm sonia isabelle coming from the "celebrity page" studio with


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