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>> now on news 9 this morning, breaking news. multiple people shot in the queen city overnight. what we've learned about the investigation this morning. a drug used to reverse drug overdose is being recalled. the reason why and what first responders are saying. josh: a few winter showers out we check who sees sunshine today and when we could hit 60 degrees. amy: and we're entering the final stretch of this election cycle, the final push for votes ahead of use and how officials plan to make sure you stay safe at the polls. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, new
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we'll get to our top stories in just a minute. first, josh judge is in the weather center with a look at the weekend forecast. have you got some harps there? >> yes, i do, people are cold in morning, it's chilly, in the 20's in many parts of the state this morning as those temperatures are one. colder mornings we've seen in a while. so bundle up as you head outside today and the temperatures will be rebounding into the 40's and lower 50's today. states, flurries and snow showers and that could turn into a rain shower or two in a couple of spots as a weak disturbance crosses the region today. off to our west, there's clearing skies and meaning this upcoming week looks much calmer. this weekend, both days, a couple of passing rain or snow showers otherwise, a mix of sun and clouds, rather, and temperatures mostly in the lower to mid 50's. we'll talk about the week ahead, including election day, as we
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>> we do begin with breaking news this morning. manchester police confirm two people were shot on the city's west side. this happened just before 2:30 this morning near amore and pellerin. a short while later, police stopped a vehicle leaving the area and a woman was suffering from gunshot involved with the shooting are in custody and investigators say there is no danger to the public. we turn now to the new hampshire drug crisis and the portion of the syringes that delivered naloxone to opioid victims are
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>> it's a piece of foam rubber. >> she is syringes have become a part of the firefighters daily jobs and reversing the drug naloxone. the reverse of spray to opioid victims. and now some have been forced to return some of the kits. >> we've had two dozen to send back to the manufacturer. fortunately, we keep an ample supply. >> they voluntarily recalled the tip of the syringe because it forces it out in a stream instead of a mist and may not administer the right dosage. the company said the failure of the device to deliver an atommized plume, it could lead to emergency or death in certain situations.
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nashua. >> it's life saving treatment and in the innocence of overdose the only thing proven to reverse the outcome of an over dose. >> they had to return two units. >> they found through spot trials that it wasn't, it wasn't aerosolizing quickly. >> they were replaced quickly. >> we're supply level that we're able to withstand a recall like this. amy: teleflex medical is adv advising not to use the lots and to return the syringes. a a fire started in the exterior
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it appears that someone threw a cigarette in the mulch outside the store and that sparked the fire. commitment 2016 coverage now. in the race for the white house. election day just two days away and candidates and surrogates for their campaigns are headed to new hampshire this weekend. tomorrow, vice-presidential nominee mike pence will be in wind many had and ivanka trump will be in the state pushing for last minute votes. pence will be back for a final in manchester. that will be trump's second visit in four days. >> we're going to keep the poison out. you know what that is, the drugs. we're going to stop those drugs. >> trump focused on the drug crisis at a rally in atkinson friday. he promised to tackle the epidemic if elected president. meantime, one big name republican has canceled his trip
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as we first reported on twitter, new jersey governor chris christie called off his trip to new hampshire after two of his aides were convicted in the bridge-gate scandal and he canceled a planned trip to pennsylvania today. we turn now to the democratic side. elizabeth warren, boston mayor marty walsh and former secretary of state admin albright will be stumping for hillary clinton across the state. and and president obama campaigns at unh and on friday, chelsea clinton spent the day for her mom in new hampshire. >> for me the election is first and foremost about my children and about the country, the world and the future that i want for them and their generation to grow up in.
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importance of the final days of the campaign. new hampshire could see a record turnout on election day. leaders are predicting huge numbers at the poll and as mike cronin shows us, the granite state has a history of big turnouts during presidential election. >> secretary of state bill gardner says that new hampshire could make history tuesday. >> if what i'm predicting turns out, it will be a record. >> during february's presidential primary, he in just a few days, gardner predicts more than 738,000 will go to the polls. over the past three presidential elections, new hampshire's voting turnout has been among the top five in the can't with several important state elections in addition to choosing our next president, another strong showing of voters is expected. >> we've got a pretty good record. if i don't expect it to be anything different.
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crowds, state leaders are also preparing to ensure the election is safe. >> we are preparing for contingencies, but right now, there is no known threat to new hampshire. >> governor maggie hassan says safety officials are ready for possible cyber attacks, but because new hampshire uses paper ballots and voting machines aren't connected to the internet, there is no exhibit expected impact to the election. >> it will have extended hours to be enforcement to make sure if there are any reports of anything suspicious, we can address them. >> gardner also doesn't anticipate there to be any issues, he's excited for the potential of record numbers. >> we always have some close races and the people of this state know that sometimes their vote actually makes a decision for whom is the winner. >> mike cronin, wmur, news 9. >> gardner expects there to be
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which would bring the registered voter county in new hampshire to around 1 million people. coming up on news 9 this morning. new york city remembers a fallen officer after a fatal shootout in the bronx. >> missing since august. a south carolina woman held a south carolina woman held captive, i'm maggie hassan, and new hampshire has a very clear choice: do we keep going with a senator who repeatedly votes with the corporate special interests... mpshire? my focus has always been on creating opportunity for working families: making college and job training more affordable. lowering prescription drug costs. and always protecting a woman's right to make her own health care decisions. these are my priorities, why i approve this message... and why i respectfully ask
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imagine if hillary clinton wins the white house... then what? liberal carol shea-porter?
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progressive shawn o'connor? he'll be a rubber stamp, too. and you know their agenda: higher taxes. more government spending. and a weaker national defense. only frank guinta will put new hampshire first. that's the key difference in this race. frank guinta. he's on our side. i'm frank guinta and i approved this message. >> good morning. welcome back. here is a live look at concord. partly cloudy skies out there
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state this morning. bundle up as you head out. we have a look at your weekend forecast coming up. amy: two officers were involved in a deadly shootout in the bronx. yesterday afternoon when the officers were trying to apprehend a home invasion suspect. that's when police say the gunman opened fire. sergeant paul tuozollo and the suspect were killed. the second officer is in stable condition at the hospital. the veteran of the force and a father of two children. >> new details about the south carolina property where a woman was found chained by her neck. the woman was found chained inside a shipping container on a rural farm. she told investigators she'd been locked inside that container for two months. police discovered a body yesterday and believe there may be more on the property.
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offender and is accused of kidnapping. >> and just like cher, they'll turn back time, the time change will leave people in the dark earlier in the afternoon just in time for the arrival of winter and this is known as our favorite weekend of the year, right? we pick up an hour of sleep. josh: tomorrow morning, we will be like rocking! (laughter) >> think i'm tonight. just kidding, boss. josh: don't forget the change the batteries in your smoke detectors as well and it's a chilly one out there this morning. we'll show you the chilly, cold temperatures that we're waking up to right now. amy: 6:13 right now. josh will be back with his forecast and a local school
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kate: my mom and i love shooting hoops. but you know what - she could still learn a few things from me - just like i've learned a lot from her. mom helps with homework... en fought to put bad guys in jail. now, mom helps make laws that help people - especially when they need it most. i'm really proud of her. and she's taught me that with hard work - i can do... anything. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte, kate: and i'm kate. kelly & kate: and we approved this message. imagine if hillary clinton wins the white house... then what? liberal carol shea-porter? she'll be a rubber stamp for clinton's agenda.
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rubber stamp, too. and you know their agenda: higher taxes. more government spending. and a weaker national defense. only frank guinta will put new hampshire first. that's the key difference in this race. frank guinta. he's on our side. i'm frank guinta and i approved this message. >> now, meteorologist josh judge with your forecast. >> it's a cold start this morning. most of us in the 20's. if you're not in the 20's, in the low 30's. it's a chilly one if you're headed out for anything, a walk or taking the kids out for sports, doesn't matter what you'll be doing you'll bundle up. fakes a while to take the edge off. compare this to yesterday morning, 10, 15, or more degrees colder than we were yesterday morning at this sam exact time.
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at 7:27 this morning, sunsets, is 5:32. of course, for tomorrow, since we're turning the clocks back tonight, officially at 2 a.m. you can do it when you go to bed, of course. that means when the sunrise and the sunset will be tomorrow. if you're up on this time of the morning, we'll be getting ready for sunrise this time tomorrow, it will be an i approaching and way earlier tomorrow afternoon. >> here comes clouds thickening up and you can see a few of these, some snow showers and flurries around parts of new hampshire this morning, and as temperatures warm up, there could be a few of these left over and they could change over to rain sprinkles or showers here and there. high pressure off to our west. slowly pushes in through the weekend. however, a couple of weak disturbances come down from canada this weekend, one is doing so right now and there could be another one this
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calm weekend, but chilly conditions and the continued clouds that get sort of built up at times as the disturbances roll through and they kick up a couple of showers or flurries, depending on the time of the day. flurries for the most part at night or in the morning hours and then over to rain showers in the afternoon. we'll take a look at it here on futurecast and show you how there could be a few more as we head into this afternoon. especially in northern new hampshire where there will could mix as the temperatures drop tonight and tomorrow morning, at this time, there could be snow showers once again, primarily in northern parts of the state, but you could see a couple surviving the trip farther south as well. and tomorrow, it's a mix of sun and clouds back and forth. much like what we'll see today. tonight and tomorrow not a whole lot different from each other, sun and clouds and a few mixed showers primarily to the north and west and possible anywhere,
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that continues on tuesday as well. so, very low chances of precipitation for the most part. scattered snow and rain showers and most of the week ahead as well. high temperatures today will be in the 50's. most of us 50 to 55, but northern new hampshire in the 40's and the low temperatures tonight not as cold as what we're waking up to this morning. as we check out tomorrow, similar to today, maybe a degree or two cooler and the week ahead, check this phenomenal right now. amy: wow. josh: mostly sunny skies and temperatures near 60 degrees. that could mean long lines, everybody, everybody fine to go out and vote. amy: yeah, super. some elementary school students in bath are making a big sacrifice. josh: it's all to help a first grader who is going through a tough time.
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back and say, wow! classes started at the tiny bath school when sawyer lost his mother to cancer. the students, kindergarten through sixth signed this and felt heartbroken. >> we felt we wanted to do something more. a couple of students came forward and were sharing their feelings. >> trip to boston, walk the freedom trail and ride the duck boats and get a tour of fenway. they started raising money last year through penny sales and the like and they decided to take the $1500 and give it to their school mate. >> boston is a trip they look forward to pretty much from kindergarten, but they know what sawyer is going through and his
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happiness and sadness because i feel sad that his mother passed away, but i feel happy that we're doing this for him. >> i feel really bad and i wish that i could help him even more than i am. >> so, there's no boston trip for these boys and girls, the money is going into an account set up for sawyer at a local bank and the school is hoping to organize another fundraiser in the spring. if these kids are our future, we're in good news 9. >> coming up next, comfort food for breakfast. the special ingredients in these poached eggs and where you can find the dish. and in our next half hour of news 9 this morning, the candidates for the second congressional district squared off. and the final debate and a complete wrap-up. in this week's adopt-a-pet, meet buck, a one-year-old german
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he loves making new friends, enjoys fetch and chasing squirrels. he's waiting for you in pelham. you'll find more information about buck and adoptable animals at what's kelly ayotte costing you? you're paying more for prescription medicines. kelly ayotte blocked lower cost generic drugs. you're paying high interest rates on college loans. ayotte voted against letting you refinance at lower rates. and you're paying higher bank fees while ayotte voted for executives. kelly ayotte. she's siding with corporate special interests and that's costing you. she's not working for new hampshire. hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me."
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donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of them." vo: just one. narrator: two kinds of business experience. chris sununu's family handed him a top-rated ski resort. he ran it into the ground. chris sununu cut jobs, and cut workers' hours so he wouldn't have to provide health insurance. colin van ostern went to college . then a top executive at college for america. colin van ostern: i'm colin van ostern. real success is helping others get ahead. a bright new hampshire future starts
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food. we're joined by rick redman from marjie's dream diner. what are you making? >> getting the gloves on. a buffalo chili poach. and a jalapeno and i have our homemade chili we make once a week and have it all weekend this week and one of those flashes are-- >> i've got a white shirt on. i realized thatments toss a little chili on there. >> l cold days. >> i would mention, yeah, comfort food. >> and we have, i made a buffalo wing cheddar sauce, it's a special buffalo cheese that we've got and reduced with heavy cream and stuff. we'll have poached eggs. >> perfectly poached eggs and we can add those there. >> you can add them altogether. and now, we're going to top it with a little bit of our buffalo cheddar sauce. >> oh, my goodness.
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with our potato pancakes and we have all different sizes, hashed browns, homemade home fries and baked beans as well. we have spiniko pita. >> and muffins. >> and lovely waitress lisa bakes incredibly and made these cupcakes, so we have homemade cupcakes, muffins, chili and cheese and it's a wonderful there? >> there's a menu of stuff. >> do any of your customers leave hungry? >> i hope not. 172 hayward in manchester kind of by the old police department, 627-7777. we do takeout seven days a week, so if you want to get some takeout and go home with it or come and enjoy our restaurants. >> comfort food specialists.
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clams, it comes in thursdays and sell it on fridays. >> what do you love to make on the menu? >> if i say everything, is that corny? [laughter] our homemade meatloaf is incredible, if you want it deep fried, a country fried meatloaf. >> and margie's dream diner.com. >> and you can enjoy whatever you like. >> what? for us? we need to cut to the commercial break then. that does it for us.
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imagine if hillary clinton wins the white house... then what? liberal carol shea-porter? she'll be a rubber stamp for clinton's agenda. progressive shawn o'connor? he'll be a rubber stamp, too. and you know their agenda: higher taxes. more government spending. e. only frank guinta will put new hampshire first. that's the key difference in this race. frank guinta. he's on our side. i'm frank guinta
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, it's 6:30,
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the sea coast. look at it glowing there, beautiful. here is a look at top stories on the half hour. the final round of our granite state debates wrapped up last night with the candidates in the second congressional district. ann any kustor. >> a new hampshire man was injured while crossing a street. the 34-year-old was airlifted to the hospital with serious from new hampshire died during a dive training exercise in florida wednesday. staff sergeant david wicher. >> we'll look at the forecast. crisp and brisk out there. >> one of those words. so many parts of new hampshire.
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it's a chilly start and it doesn't ever get all that warm today. but we do get close to average as there'll be a mixture of clouds and sunshine. you see flurries and snow showers working through the state right now as a weak disturbance crosses moves and moves through. and there could be another one later today. so there's a chance of some sprinkles and mixed showers at times during the day today. otherwise we're going to see clouds and sun and things fairly calm out there. 40's in northern new hampshire. central and southern parts of the state. a little bit of a breeze as well. as we go through the week ahead. we're going to take a look in just a moment at your voting day forecast as well as the entire week and which day will be the warmest. >> now to commitment 2016 we just wrapped up our final granite state debate before voters head to the polls on tuesday. the candidates for the second
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the stage last night and went head to head. >> the congressional candidates covered the drug crisis and the northern pass. their exchange over social security led to an argument between annie kuster and jim lawrence. >> my opponent has been in congress for four years and failed to introduce legislation to address this critical issue. >> this is something that i work on and will continue to work on. it's, engo, back to the republican tea party that's blocking progress on this issue. >> i don't think we can block or blame the other party for everything that goes wrong and what we fail to do. >> they stand apart on gun control with different views on the cause of crimes like the orlando nightclub shooting and the fix. >> if you're on a terrorist
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mass destruction of life in orlando. and i think there's broad agreement, the american people feel that way. >> none of these provisions that we're now proposing would of prevented that act from happening. however, what would have prevented it is making sure that law enforcement had the resources that it needed. >> they did find some common ground when talking about a major part of state tourism, it new hampshire's ski resorts. >> i'm so this is something near and dear to my heart. >> that we have in common. [laughter] >> at least we have that in common. >> maybe a bipartisan ski trip. >> jean mackin, news 9. amy: and she's confident she'll be part of a victorious
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and he'll object campaigning. >> i'm not going to sleep. the bottom line, he'll keep campaigning like he have' been. a strong grass roots effort and i'll get my message out to the voters. >> and i think there will be a, i don't know coat tail, but a long skirt effect because i think our side of the ticket and we joke that colin is our ti ticket. amy: our commitment 2016 coverage never stops on wmur.com and on our mobile app. click on our politics section and there you'll find extended clips from all of our granite state debates. turning now to our facebook live series with the candidates. taking your questions in our studios recently was the second congressional district
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kuster. . >> facebook live with annie kuster and val jumps in with a question with the pocket book. >> she wants to know what you're doing to help people learn skills to help them get jobs in our state. >> awesome question, thank you, val. this is where i'm focused we now have 2.9 unemployment, the envy of the whole country, but the problem is we've got people working two and three low income jobs. i want to raise the their services and their efforts so this they can work one solid job, take home a strong income and care for their family. >> joel wants to know how you'll help people in new hampshire who suffer from mental illness? >> let's cut to the chase, we need to have treatment for mental health embedded in the community, widely available, affordable and accessible to all. and part of the work that i'm
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related. >> maria wants to know how you feel about the common core system taught in our schools? >> i think that education should be decided at the local level and that the role of the federal government should be to fund, support, innovation, work force development for teachers. but not sort of making the standards that everybody has to live by. >> just a few of the things voters are thinking about as the countdown continues to election day, november 8th. josh mcelveen, wmur amy: just a reminder, if you encounter any problems at the polls tuesday, the u.s. and new hampshire attorney general's offices have set up a hot line. you can call 603-230-2503 or 1-866-voter 03. you can also fill out a complaint form on the department of justice website. we've posted a link at wmur.com. new this morning, two people were arrested after a short
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state police troopers tried to pull over a trooper before 2 a.m. the vehicle took off and was stopped a short while later. and travis tullo and his passenger were taken into custody. investigators reportedly found a half ounce of meth in that vehicle. tullo facing possession of a controlled drug with intent to distribute. and hackett distribute a controlled drug. on river street yesterday afternoon, the 34-year-old victim was air will inventoried to a boston hospital with serious injuries. investigators say glare from the sun may have been a factor in this. n nen-- anyone with information is asked to contact the police. >> a special forces soldier from new hampshire died during a dive training exercise in florida. the army announced that
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whitcher died off key west. he was deployed to afghanistan twice while serving in new hampshire's national guard. police say a stabbing happened on carla court in the townline cooperative. the person was taken to the hospital to be treated and the suspect was treated for his injuries. investigators say both are expected to a milford family is celebrating now that the army agreed to pay medical expenses. captain shane morgan nearly died at fort devons during an army mandated pushup test. the army says his condition was not in the line of duty so they would not pay for the medical bills. but after appealing, the family believes making their story public is what made all the
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our shoulders and it allows us to take our next step in our journey, which is now to focus on fixing the process so other soldiers who are going through this process don't have to spend a year or more, waiting for an answer. amy: so happy for this familiment captain morgan suffered what's called a widowmaker. it was a year ago today. the morgans say the entire line of duty investigation process is now under review. the boston police department is ho two officers shot in the lien of duty. officers richie santolo and the other officer were shot and two other doctors who also assisted in saving their lives. it's a milestone race in the queen city tomorrow, with the 10th annual manchester city
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there are exciting changes. snhu has taken over as the lead sponsor of the race. the course changed with the starting line in front of the arena. the goffstown rail trail will be utilized as well and you can watch it kick off live right here tomorrow morning. the race gets underway right here on wmur at 8:50. jamie staten will be at the starting line and we'll have a chat then. the playoffs begin in school football. jason king has the game ahead in sports. through the state this morning, right now, they're falling in some parts of new hampshire, tell you how long that lasts and a look at your weekend forecast is coming straight up. is coming straight up. it's i alone can fix it! bomb the [bleep] out of 'em. i'd like to punch him in the face. i like people that weren't captured, okay? he's a mexican! she ate like a pig... i moved on her like a [bleep] i did not say that... i love war. yes, including with nukes. blood coming out of her... they're rapists... wrong.
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i wanna be unpredictable. ...on 5th avenue and shoot somebody... she's a slob... i don't remember! and you can tell them to go [bleep] themselves! priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. what's kelly ayotte costing you? you're paying more for prescription medicines. kelly ayotte blocked lower cost generic drugs. you're paying high interest rates on college loans. ayotte voted against letting you refinance at lower rates. and you're paying higher bank fees while ayotte voted for special breaks to wall street executives. kelly ayotte. she's siding with corporate special interests and that's costing you. she's not working for new hampshire. ben hassan is my older brother. he is so funny, and so smart, and my best friend. all families have challenges, and my mom instilled in us very early on the importance of finding solutions to those challenges. and working really hard with your community
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>> now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch 9 forecast. josh: it's a chilly morning. many are in parts of the 20's. if you're not in the 20's, it's not that far apart from one place to another unless you travel up mount washington then you run into temperatures in the teens. let's take a look closer to home here. your spotter network temperatures from all over your hometowns of new hampshire. temperatures in the mid and upper 20's.
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hampshire, not that much different. maybe a degree or two warmer there and 20's being found here in central new hampshire, some 30's as well. and northern new hampshire mostly in the 20's, so, it's pretty similar all over the state. it's certainly a chilly start. 7:27 is your sunrise today. coming up in a little while. so quite dark out there and that will change tomorrow though because, of course, when you head to bed tonight, you're turning those clocks we're falling back, finally. some people excited about this. some people are not going to like the fact that it's going to be sunset so early in the afternoon, but there's a look at it tonight. don't forget to change your smoke detector batteries as well. always a good time to do it, to remember whenever we fall back and spring forward. here is a look at a couple of snow showers that are crossing the state right now. once this happens. we're done except for areas in the north country where you
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the day. everywhere else, it should be largely dry once these are passed and just a slight chance of a little something spitting at you and that would be raindrops at times through the day today. you see the clouds off to the west though. a disturbance, upper level disturbance that's around and generates plenty of clouds today. high pressure trying to pull in and it takes most of the weekend to do so, it gets here in earnest on mond completely sunny and stay that way for a while. temperatures on the cool side today because of this cool air coming down from the north and it's here this weekend with seasonable to a little below average temperatures this week. then we start to see them ramp up again as we go through the week ahead. here is futurecast showing dry conditions once the flurries are out here and later on today and into this evening, more mixed showers generate first in the form of rain in northern new hampshire and then changing
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showers into early tomorrow morning and then a mix of sun and clouds for tomorrow. so, high temperature, low to mid 50's south of the lakes regions and 40's to the north. tonight, not nearly as cold as last night. and then tomorrow we're going to see temperatures a couple degrees cooler. we're going to skip forward. i want to give you a sneak peek to voting day. check this out. sunshine and temperatures in the 50's to near 60, even lower ahead forecast as we get through this weekend. a couple of scattered, mixed showers here and there or flurries in weekend, but most the time dry. the week ahead, sunny, dry, and milder, especially, by the time we get to election day. let's check out your scores. >> now, jason king and news 9 sports. >> hey, everyone, this is our first playoff edition of the friday night football report. 24 teams in action today.
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a state championship. we begin our previews in division one with a team that's flown under the radar. and the blue hawks, they'll be today at 1:00. while most guys were on teams like bed ford and merrimack, the blue hawks kept winning and 14 state championships to spread it, including two in division one. exeter beat south, 35-14 in week 7 and they don't plan to take the panthers lightly. >> i expect the physical we're going to come out ready to go. everything we've got. we don't want it make it the last time we're playing, especially the seniors so we are going to go out there. >> it's going to be a tough matchup. the red team, good receivers, good quarterback. definitely making adjustments and they're going to be making adjustments. so it's going to be a good matchup. so exeter and south again, that's a 1:00 kickoff today.
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today. the tightens lit up the scoreboard last week, 67 to 36. both teams can score in bunches, but they give up a bunch, too. something has to give today. bed ford the only undefeated team and they hosted salem and they'll kick this one off at 4:00. also meeting on back to back weekends. the merrimack tomahawks and the defending champions found ways merrimack, they average more points than any other team in the division and that, too, a 1:00 kickoff at student's memorial field. 8-1 john stark hosting 7-2 bow. they shocked everyone except themselves when they knocked off the then undefeated generals in week 8. 14-6. bow had been a powerhouse in division three and nobody knew what to expect from the falcons when they moved up to division 2
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continued to play solid defense just over 11 points per game and find themselves in the post season. >> we're definitely very tough. i think they're going to come out with everything they've gotten and we're going to do the same thing. we're definitely going to be ready for us and i hope we're ready as well. i think we are. >> there's a lot riding on it because they know what we did the first game and we are going to have different things that we come in and they'll mix it up. it will be a at 2:00 this afternoon in ware. 6-3 lebanon, them take on 8-1 hanover in hanover. that's a 3:30 kickoff today. and of all the teams in all three divisions, no one has averaged more points than windham at 9-0 and they will host hollis brookline this
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thomas enter the playoffs as the five seed. this time around they play on the road at plymouth and both teams are 7-2 with good defenses and that's a 1:00 kickoff. the newport tigers begin their qwest, tigers are looking to dethrone the champs. the giants have been on both sides of the ball all season. bishop brady averages over 30 points per game while allowing 11, something the players credit to their preparation. >> we've been focused on the little things. every detail we've broken down and condition has been a key to our success this year. >> i'm expecting a tough-hard-nosed classic football game just like any other game. >> expect a hard fought game. i've never played them in my four years here and everybody is
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>> the brady newport winner gets stevens or campbell. stevens gets home field based on the rating system. both are 6-2, a 7:00 kickoff at barns park. when it comes to defense. nobody was better than monadnock this year. allowing less than four points per game on average. they're 8-0 and take on 4-4 somersworth at 1:00. monadnock and kearsarge. this he take them on at 2:00. watch our friday night football reports in their entirety on our website, wmur.com/fnf. goes follow us on twitter. and unh skate today a tie and the unh football team have the weekend off. that's sports, have a great
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recently. will it have an impact on the drought? why experts imagine if hillary clinton wins the white house... then what? liberal carol shea-porter? she'll be a rubber stamp for clinton's agenda. progressive shawn o'connor? he'll be a rubber stamp, too. and you know their agenda: higher taxes. more government spending. and a weaker national defense.
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ce. frank guinta. he's on our side. i'm frank guinta and i approved this message. 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. or grampa could just keep feeding the kids cake and ice cream. you get a lot of energy that way, too. narrator: two kinds of business experience. you get a lot of energy chris sununu's family handed him a top-rated ski resort. he ran it into the ground. chris sununu cut jobs, and cut workers' hours so he wouldn't have to provide health insurance. colin van ostern went to college on student loans, became a stonyfield business manager.
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real success is helping others get ahead. a bright new hampshire future starts with looking out for people. connection. >> so not quite a drought buster, but some welcomed rain fell across the street. there were extreme drought conditions to below 5%. >> that's nice, right?
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experts say we need to conserve water. wmur tells us why. >> i don't think this is going to put us over the top, but it won't hurt the situation. >> a wet day is a welcomed sight as most of the state remains in at least a moderate drought. >> it seems we get new people every day calling in. a lot of people have dry wells. >> they're drilling new wells and preparing pump systems. >> the rain major deficit overall. >> according to the department of environmental services, conditions greatly improved over the past few weeks. >> merrimack and strafford counties are out of the extreme drought zone. they're experiencing drought and normally dry conditions. >> every county is in state is at a deficit. annual precipitation, from over
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conserve water as a large part of the state is expected to start winter in a severe drought. >> when the ground freezes in the middle of december, whatever they have in their wells they will have through the can't. >> it's not impossible to drill a new well once the ground is frozen, but it's difficult and many companies are so busy, they have a wait list. >> you may want to get on the list. >> well. amy: i feel like it's your josh: here is a look at the forecast todayment temperatures are going to be in the 40's and 50's later today, but right now, in the 20's in most of the state right now. and that extended forecast is going to show those temperatures staying around that level. right around 50 degrees the next few days and then warmer for the week ahead. amy: i can't believe it, 60 on tuesday, news continues at the top of the hour. next, breaking overnight, two
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>> now on news 9 this morning. breaking news, multiple people shot in the queen city overnight. what we've learned about the
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overdose is being recalled. the reason why and what first responders are saying. >> a few winter showers out there this morning in some parts of the state. we'll check to see who gets sunshine today and when we could hit 60 degrees. >> we're entering the final stretch of this election cycle. the final push for votes ahead of tuesday and how officials plan to make sure you stay safe at the polls. >> like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. >> good morning, new hampshire. 7:00 on this saturday, november 5th, i'm amy coveno. >> we'll get to the top stories shortly. josh judge is there with the weekend forecast. >> hi, mr. judge. >> it's a saturday and it's chilly out there. you'll need to bundle up. we have a couple of temperatures go up with our brand new 7:00 readings there.
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and showers roll through and most of them departing. you'll see rain showers or sprinkles through the day today. not a bad one for today, but certainly, we won't be warm by any stretch. only lower had an of the 50's south of the notches and lower to mid 40's in areas to the north. we will take a look at the rest of your weekend forecast and a preview forecast in can a couple of minutes. >> breaking news, manchester police say two people were shot on near amerry and pellerin. they stopped a vehicle leaving the area and found a woman suffering from gunshot injuries. two people believed to be involved with the shooting are in custody.
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the public. >> turning now to the new hampshire drug crisis, in a state-wide warning from health officials this morning, a portion of the is your rings that administer the overdose reversal drug naloxone have been recalled by the manufacturer. wmur's cherise leclerc tells how it's affecting first responders. >> this is just a little piece of foam rubber. >> these syringes have become an important part of firefighters and other first jobs. administering the drug naloxone. now, some have been forced to return the kits. we've had two dozen, but fortunately, a supply. >> the drug maker voluntarily recalled the tip of the syringe that goes up the nose to deliver the drug. because it forces it out in a stream instead of a mist and may
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the company said in a statement, quote, the failure of the device to delivered an atommized plume may affect the medication the way it's used. this can lead to j are or death in certain situations. regional amr supplies the reversal kits to nashua fire departments. >> it's all in the treatment. in the immediacy of an overdose it's the only thing that is proven to reverse the >> in the queen city they had to return two units. >> the manufacturer found through spot trials that it wasn't aerosolizing it as best they could. >>, but the kids are being replaced quickly and amr officials say they don't have concerns of running out. >> we're fortunate that we keep our supply level that we're able to withstand an issue like this. >> wmur news 9. amy: teleflex medical is
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to come using the affected lots. contact them to find out how to return the syringes. the mall was closed after a small fire in a start. the fire started at the exterior wall from the men's warehouse. the manchester fire officials say it appears someone threw a cigarette in the mulch outside the store and that sparked the blaze. >> to our commitment 2016 the white house. election day two days away. the candidates and surrogates are headed to the granite site. mike pence will be here, ivanka trump as well. and pence will be back with a final rally with donald trump in in manchester. that will be trump's second visit in four days. >> we're going to keep the poison out.
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>> trump focused on the drug crisis here in the granite state. at a rally in atkinson friday, the republican nominee is promising to tackle the epidemic if he's elected president. one big name republican has canceled his trip to new hampshire today. as we first reported on twitter, new jersey governor chris christie called off his trip to the granite state after two of his aides were convicted in the bridge-gate scandal and today. to the democratic side, today massachusetts senator elizabeth warren, marty walsh and former secretary of state madeline albright across the state. and hillary clinton will be here in the final visit to the gran night state before the election. president obama rallies at unh. chelsea spent the day campaigning for her mom in new hampshire. >> for me this election is first
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and the future that i want for them and their generation to grow up in. amy: chelsea clinton made stops in keene state college and dartmouth speaking to voters about the final students of the campaign. new hampshire could see a record turnout on election day. state leaders are predicting huge numbers at the polls and as wmur's mike cronin shows us, the granite state has a history of big turnouts during presidentia elections. >> secretary of state bill gardner, says that new hampshire could make history tuesday. >> if what i'm predicting turns out, it will be a record. >> during february's presidential primary, he says more than 542,000 people voted and gardeners predicts more than 738,000 will go to the polls. over the past three presidential electionses new hampshire's
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the top in the country. and another strong showing is expected. >> we've got a pretty good record. if i don't expect it to be anything different. >> as poll workers prepare for crowds, state leaders are also preparing to ensure the election is safe. >> we are preparing for contingencies, but right now, there's no known threat to new hampshire. >> governor maggie hassan say safe possible cyber attacks. but because new hampshire uses paper ballots and the voting machines aren't connected to the internet-- >> they will be available to law enforcement to make sure if there are reports of anything suspicious, we can address them. >> gardner doesn't anticipate any issues. he's excited for the potential of record numbers. >> we always have some close races and the people of this
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vote actually makes a decision for whom is the winner. >> mike cronin, wmur, news 9. >> gardner expects tens of thousands of voters who will register the same day. who will bring the registered voter count in new hampshire to around 1 million people. >> tune in monday night for the commitment 2016, the final hours special. hear from voters who have seen every candidate in person and are compare their executives of first time voters to veterans who remembered john f. kennedy's campaign. we'll have live team coverage. the last minute push for your votes, including the election eve visits for donald trump and president obama. it gets underway at 7:00 right here on wmur. coming up on news 9 this morning. new york city remembers a fallen officer after a fatal shootout
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>> good morning. welcome back. here is a look at plymouth. cloudy skies is in the 20's and it's a chilly start to our saturday morning. we'll talk about whether those temperatures rise very much today and a look at the week ahead. it's just a couple of minutes away. >> to new york now where two officers who were involved in a deadly shootout in the bronx. this happened yesterday afternoon when the officers were
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the gunman opened fire. sergeant paul tuozollo and the suspect were killed. a second officer is in stable condition at the hospital. the sergeant was a 19 year officer andfore of two. a missing woman who was found chained by her neck, the woman was discovered chained inside a shipping container on a rural farm thursday. she told police she'd been investigators discovered a body yesterday and believe there may be more on the property. todd kohlhepp is accused. >> and a story about a gang rape at a university of virginia fro fraternity house.
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there was no evident that the rape happened. a university of virginia administer sued seeking damages. the magazine, publisher and the writer were found libel on friday. just like cher most people will turn back time tonight as daylight saving time comes to a close at 2 a.m. the change will leave people in the dark earlier, just the mornings have been dark and hard to get anything done. josh: are you planning to partake in the festivities of turning clocks back? >> don't i have to? does it come with a signature cocktail or something? >> an establishment? i don't know, you might say i'm not taking part in this. and we'll have more after the break. break. amy: josh will be back. molly's not thinking about cancer today,
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ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!? >> now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch 9 forecast. josh: i tell you what, it's a chilly one this morning. depends where you are. we had a couple of snow showers roll through the last hour or two and clouds to follow. there's manchester with cloudy skies at the moment and it's going back and forth plenty today. 30 degrees in downtown manchester, but many other places are still in the 20's, so it's a -- it's certainly a nippy
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on this saturday morning. there's plenty of morning activities. if you're heading out for one, bundle up. you'll need it for a little while. one more reminder for you, tonight we're turning the clocks back, so tomorrow morning when you tune in, it will be lighter at this time of time and it's a little light now. but it will be quite bright by to see the dance back and forth between the clouds and the sunshine, everywhere south of the white mountains. the mountains on north look for clouds today. you could see a couple of rain showers after we had the snow this morning. could see some rain this afternoon. could change back over to snow. the clouds and sunshine as disturbances are overhead. the warmth of the day or heating of the sun for the day.
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sunshine in between. high pressure is trying to build in and bring us nonstop sunshine. it does so, but it waits until monday. and so monday and much of the upcoming week, we'll see a lot of sunshine. this weekend though, it's sort of a back and forth and give and take with the sunshine today and tomorrow. coming down from the north and keeping things on the seasonable cool side, a little below average for the next couple of days this weekend, but then l temperatures rise up. plenty of clouds around the mountain as it comes down off the mountains, little bit clearer there. and clouds and sunshine and temperatures into the 50's in southern new hampshire. northern new hampshire, here are some of the showers regenerating to the north so you could have some sprinkles or mountains in
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a passing sprinkle. temperatures into the low and mid 50's out there tonight. and then tonight as the temperatures start to drop, they won't drop nearly as much as last night. in the 30's to low 40's tonight. it's enough in northern new hampshire changing to snow showers. you see clouds and sunshine back and forth. again, a couple of degrees cooler tomorrow. mostly in the mid and upper 40's for high temperatures. chance of rain, not all that much. just a little bit toward the end of the week around friday so that's your best chance of our next widespread rain. 40's in the north and lower part of the 50's everywhere else. and they're a couple of degrees cooler with clouds and sunshine and look at election day. starting monday, the sun comes on and it shines on.
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might be going back to t-shirts. amy: maybe mother nature is excited that the end is in sight. maybe. some elementary students in bath helping a classmate going through hard times. >> it's a heartwarming story. >> sometimes kids make you say wow! . first grader sawyer mother to cancer. the grades kindergarten through sixth signed a sympathy card and were essentially heartbroken. >> we felt as upper grades and a staff. we wanted to do more and a couple of showers-- students came forward. >> they usually go on a trip to
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the duck boats. the kids decided to take the $1500 and give it to their schoolmates. >> boston is a trip they look ford to, for them to give up the trip, it's a lot for them, but they know what sawyer is going through and his family is going through. >> it's like a mix of happiness and sadness. i feel happy we're doing this for his mom. >> and i wish i could help more than i am. >> there's no boston trip for these boys and girls. account set up for sawyer at a local bank and the school is hoping to organize another fundraiser in the spring. if these kids are our futures. we are in good hands. in bath, andy hershberger, wmur news 9. amy: well said, andy. coming up next, while we love
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well-- did you know they can benefit our garden. we'll tell you how. >> the candidates for the congressional district scared off on the final granite state. we have a complete wrap-up. meet buck, a german sheppard and labrador mix. a handsome fellow. he enjoys in pelham you'll find more
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>> welcome to today's grow it green. we're at the farm in hollis. cooperative extension and jeremy has great news for all of us who cut our own lawns in the fall here. when it comes to leaves and, jeremy, you've got the honors. >> all right, so leaves are one of those things that we all have to deal with some way or another. and what i try to teach gardeners, they're actually a great resource and we want to make the most of them. as they're coming down this year, what i'm doing is urging gardeners to think of more
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this is what you would typically find and believe it or not, this is a really valuable resource for your garden. a great way to get organic matter into that garden. there are a few things to do to utilize the leaves west. >> before we get to utilizing the leaves, i don't have to bag them anymore. >> you do not. >> what's it going to do for my lawn. if i mulch on the lawn there. >> a great study out of michigan state university. and actually saw great benefits and adds fertility to the lawn and you add organic matter. it can do a great job over the course of three seasons controlling grab grass and dandelion. you mentioned it's in terms of composting, what do i want to do that and how am i going to turn into that usable gordon material. this is the time of year, if
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you've got the green material that's going to drive at that composting process. if you wants to compost your leaves, mow, mulch them and rake it to add to the compost pile and it's going to break down faster. >> do i need to do anything to start the process or it's contained? >> the grass supplying the green which is the nitrogen and that's going to break down the carbon they're going to break down faster. >> n next spring should this be ready? >> it should be. and you could take a mold and stock pile them and that may take three years to break down into something similar to peat moss. >> the bottom line, you no longer need to bag those leaves
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, it's 7:30. how is that for a good morning? a beautiful sunrise along the sea coast there. cold start this morning, 30 degrees in portsmouth. here is look at top stories on the half hour. the final round of the candidates on the second cd. challenger jim norris tackled the gun control crisis to gun control laws. a man was injured while crossing the street friday. the 34-year-old victim was airlifted to the hospital with serious injuries. an army of special forces
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florida. staff sergeant whitcher. >> the sunrise is worth getting up for. josh: use that to warm it up, you might have heard your heat turning on. i heard mine as the temperature started to sink. we're in the 20's in many parts of the state. that was cold enough for snow overnight into the early morning hours. the snow showers just pulling away right now. and now we'll see a clouds and sunshine in central and southern new hampshire. northern parts of the state. some more showers are possible. they were snow, but as the temperatures rise, this little area right here moving across could turn into some rain showers a little bit later on today for northern new hampshire. so mixed showers to the north and maybe the west. everywhere else it's a mixture of clouds and sunshine with highs topping off this afternoon into the low 50's. we'll talk about the rest of your weekend forecast and the
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in a few minutes. >> we begin this half hour with 2015. we wrapped up the granite state, the candidates for the second congressional district. incoming congresswoman annie kuster took the stage and jean mackin has more as the their exchange over protecting social security pointed to a central argument between incumbent democrat annie kuster. >> my opponent has failed to introduce one piece of legislation to address this issue. >> this is something i'll work on and continue to work on it. it's again back to the republican tea party that's blocking progress on this issue. >> i don't think we can block--
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everything that goes wrong and what we failed to do. >> they stand apart on gun control with different views on the cause of crimes like the orlando nightclub shooting and the fix. >> if you are on a terrorist watch list, you should not be able to buy a gun that caused mass destruction of life in orlando and i think there's broad agreement, the american people feel that way. >> none of these provisions that we're now proposing would have prevented that act hough, what would have prevented it is making sure that law enforcement had the resources that it needed. >> they did find some common ground when talking about a major part of tourism, the ski resortsments i'm a former ski instructor, that's near and dear to my heart. >> that we have in common.
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>> i'll race you. amy: a ski race. after the debate, both hit the spin room. congress woman kuster, confident she'll be part of the clinton ticket win. >> i'm not going to sleep, i'll keep campaigning hard like i've been, and i'm going to hit as many towns as i can betwe out to the voters. >> i personally think there will be a-- i don't know, we need a new word from coat tail. a skirt, a long skirt effect because i think our side of the ticket and we joke that colin is our token male, but we do have a strong ticket. amy: our commitment 2016 coverage never stops on wmur.com and on our mobile app. click on our politics section and there you'll find extended
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with election day now just days away. local gun store owners gun manufacturers and the fbi are reporting surging gun sales. w wmur cherise la clerk reports that they're looking at gun sales. >> he's wreepg the rewards of a long and embattled election he's opened his store and is embracing the feblth on business. >> you see that at election time. >> the fbi is reporting record numbers for gun background checks for the month of october. more than 2.3 million checks were done last month. up from 1.9 million in september. with more people getting their hands on guns. state representative cushing says he respects second
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granite state is ready for what he calls common sense policies regarding background checks. >> not having people with mental illness have access to guns. not having people who have engaged in domestic violence have easy access to guns. not having terrorists have easy access to guns. cushing is on the criminal justice and safety committee and founded a group for human rights after losing both his father and brother-in-law to gun violence. >> i think we also have a re people who are not fit to have gunshot don't have easy access. >> both reminding voters, they have a voice. no matter what side of the gun control debate. >> you have disagreements and move on. >> it's important that we have conversations and try to understand people. >> wmur news 9. amy: and just a reminder, if you encounter any problems at the
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new hampshire set up a hot line. you can call or fill out a complaint form on the department of justice website. we've posted a link at wmur.com. in other news and new this morning, two people were arrested after a short pursuit in portsmouth. state police troopers tried to pull over a vehicle before 2 a.m. the later. troopers reportedly found a half ounce of meth in the vehicle. tulo with possession of a controlled drug. and haggett conspiracy to distribute a controlled substance. and a man was struck on river street yesterday.
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with serious injuries. glare from the sun may have been an abbing for. anyone with information is asked to contact police. >> an investigation is underway after an army special forces soldier from new hampshire died during a dive training commerce in florida. the army announced that a 30-year-old staff sorth, david whitcher of bradford, died after the exercise off key west on wednesday. he was deployed to afghanistan twice while serving in police say a stabbing happened on carla court in the townline cooperative. the suspect was in custody and was taken to the hospital to be treated for his injuries. both are expected to recover. >> a milford family is celebrating now that the army has agreed to pay medical
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of a heart attack during an army man d mandated. and the family believes that going public with their story made the difference. >> it was a huge weight off of our shoulders and it allows us to take the next step in our journey, which is now to focus on fixing the process so that other soldiers who are going through this process don't have to for an answer. >> the army did tell the morgans, the entire process is now under review. there's a milestone race tomorrow in the queen city. the 10th annual manchester city marathon and half marathon. there are exciting changes. snhu has taken over as the sponsor of this. and the course starts at the
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utilized as well. you can watch it all as it kicks 0 of live here on wmur this morning. the gun goes off at 8:50. jamie staten will be at the start line and we'll have a chat with him. good luck to the runners. from ax throwing to running. there's a lot going on across the state today. we'll tell you what's happening, new hampshire. >> unh hockey team needed a furious comeback. we'll show you how this turns out. josh:he showers and snow flurries across the state. they're pulling away. what is in its wake for the rest of the day today and the rest of your weekend forecast coming up.
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>> now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch 9 forecast. >> and a look at portsmouth here, showing kind of what it's a mix of clouds and sunshine. you can see that right here as we check out the memorial bridge and the temperature in portsmouth, 30 degrees, it's one of the warmer readings around. and many of us in the 20's this morning. it's a chilly start out there. so if you're going to be heading 0 outdoors, be prepared. but that sun will be coming out limited fashion today so it will help warm things up a little. we get almost up to the average high for today, which is 53 degrees for concord and the
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that overnight into the 20's. but we'll not-- probably won't quite get to 53 in concord, but it will be close. and then the other thing to talk about, of course, is sunrise and sunset times. that's about to dramatically change. typically we lose about a minute or two each day, but of course, for tomorrow, we lose is entire hour. so, we'll be turning those clocks back as we head tonight to bed. and make sure you fall back from two back to 1:00 a letter for details. otherwise just do it when you go to sleep tonight. or in my case when you wake up the next morning and sometimes that's the way it ends up happening. a look at clouds and limited sunshine as well. an intermix of clouds and sun today and more clouds in northern new hampshire. and as upper level instability is around, there's going to be plenty of the clouds that are generated and keep that in mind. through the day today there
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high pressure is anchored to our west. it's slowly going to be transitioning into our region through the weekend, but it takes most of the weekend to do so. so we really notice the cheer skies by the time we get to monday to start the week ahead. in meantime-- meantime we've got the temperatures that are cool, that have been coming down from the north and it keeps us, as i showed you, a little bit below average and a little below average for tomorrow as well. temperatures back up again as we go through the week ahead. plenty of cloud out there this morning, but there will be some sunshine mixed in as well and some rain showers, changing over to overnight into tomorrow, snow showers, in the north country. so, northern new hampshire, you're going to see off and on precipitation at times, especially again later today. central and southern parts of the state. a much smaller chance of anything now. we had a couple of snow showers roll through overnight and they're now gone. clear skies, by the time we get
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temperatures to expect for today. we're going to see them in the 40's to the north and 50's everywhere else. tonight, not quite as cold and then tomorrow, we are going to see temperatures near 50, how about it, a quick fast forward sneak peek to election day and here it is. temperatures on the mild side upper 50's and lower 60's for election day, it's going to be quite a good, a nice day tbe blame the weather. people like to blame the weather for everything, i find. at least in this case, especially you. amy: only when you're in the room. josh: it won't be the case. amy: long lines likely on tuesday so, yeah. josh: probably, especially with nice weather like that. amy: thanks, josh. whether you're looking for something to do indoors or action packed outdoors, there's a lot to do in the granite state. jamie staten tells us what's
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>> crack open a book at the second annual children's author's festival in portsmouth. more than a dozen local children's authors will read and sign their books. it runs from 11:00 to 3:00 at the bank museum. and get a ticket for free skating at the family skate. lace up your running shoes and help end hungry. it's the turkey trot stratham. the fun run starts at 8:30. it's end 68 hours of hunger programs. for five decades. students have been sawing, log rolling and chopping as part of the woodsman's team. you can see them at the sawmill in durham. ax throw, toss and morement that's what's happening, new
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wmur news 9. >> now, jason king and news 9 sports. jason: let's talk about social and two in volleyball. speaking of volleyball, there's one state championship, division three girls. this is moultonborough taking on farmington. and moultonborough and in division two, hall brookline and friday night hockey. unh home. a couple of goals, and this is on a power play, made it 2-0. and unh on the power play, get one late. they set up for the goal. fifth of the year, made it 2-1 sacred heart. didn't look good, with 28
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front with the goalie pulled and scores on the doorstep. made it 2-2 and that's how it ends, a 2-2 tie. in the ecac, dartmouth home with cornell. only two goals in the game and they came in the first period. first mitch vander lawn made it, and two minutes and 13 seconds later. cory from cam strong, and dartmouth is going to tie it up. they playo they host colgate tonight. women's college hockey. plymouth state hosted holy cross. the panthers trailed 2-zip after the first period. they regroup and win the face-off and get it over to courtney evans and the drive gets plymouth state on the word. holy cross now, another power play in the second. great passing and shannon hickey tips it in from the front and 2-2 game. the crusaders win this one 5-3.
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st. anselm played the season finale at southern connecticut and in dartmouth there at cornell and that's a 1:30 kickoff. you get wisconsin at northwestern at noon. clemson and syracuse your 3:30 game and nightcap, nebraska at ohio state which should be a good one. the red sox lost their bench coach, the arizona diamondbacks have he managed the team for 49 games in 2015 when john farrell left the team to undergo treatment tore lymphoma. if you'd like to see last night's football report, a preview of the 12 playoff games today. go to our website, wmur.com/fnf. >> ahead on news 9 this morning,
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these are my priorities, why i approve this message... and why i respectfully ask for your vote. narrator: two kinds of business experience. and why i respectfully ask chris sununu's family handed him a top-rated ski resort. he ran it into the ground. chris sununu cut jobs, and cut workers' hours so he wouldn't have to provide health insurance. colin van ostern went to college on student loans, became a stonyfield business manager. then a top executive at college for america. real success is helping others get ahead. a bright new hampshire future starts with looking out for people. >> so not quite a drought buster, josh, but some welcomed rain fell across the state r with extreme drought conditions.
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we should still conservewater. why it's so important. >> i don't think this is going to put us offer t-- over the top. >> it's a welcomed sight as most of the state remains in a moderate drought. it seems there are a lot of people that have dry wells. >> companies are working around the clock, drilling new wells and repairing pump systems. >> the helpful, but we're at a major deficit overall. >> according to the department of environmental services, condition back in stafford counties are completely out of the extreme drought zone. cois count is experiencing dry conditions. >> every county as far as annual precipitation from over five
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residents are urged to conserve water as a large part of the state is expected to be in a severe drought. >> when the ground freezes, whatever they have in their wells is what they have throughout the winter. it's not impossible to drill a new well once the ground is frozen, but it's difficult and many of the companies are so busy, they have a wait list. >> yeah, you may want to get on the list. josh: so far this fall we've done pretty well. amy: we're going to have temperatures in the-- (laughter) in the 50's today. a quick look at your forecast today. you'll see the temperatures in the low to mid 50's through the day today and we're in the 40's in northern new hampshire with a few more showers possible there. we had a couple of snow showers roll through. they were out there and even in parts of southern new hampshire this morning. amy: in the next hour, i want to hear a marathon forecast.
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>> now on news 9 this morning, breaking news. multiple people shot in the queen city overnight. what we've learned about the investigation this morning.
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overdose is being recalled. the reason why and what first responders are saying. >> a few winter showers out there this morning in some parts of the state. we take a check at who sees sunshine today and when we could hit 60 degrees. >> and we're entering the final stretch of this election cycle. the final push for votes ahead of tuesday and how officials plan to make sure you stay safe at the polls. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, amy: good morning, new hampshire, 8:00 on this saturday, november 5th. i'm amy coveno. we'll get to the top stories in a moment, but first josh with the forecast. hi, josh. josh: we're in the 20's in many parts of new hampshire. upper 20's and lower 30's around here. if you were asleep earlier this morning, a couple of showers roll through many parts of the
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but that's now pulled away and they'll now see-- we'll see a mix of clouds and sunshine through the day today and the clouds will be the thickest in northern new hampshire where we could have some more mixed showers at times. but don't look for all day sunshine. it will be truly one of those back and forth scenarios and we'll start partly sunny and breezy at times as well. we'll talk about your weekend forecast and the rest of the week ahead on election day, that's aew >> we begin with breaking news, manchester police confirm two people were shot on the city's west side. 2:30 near aamery and pellerin. a woman was also found with gunshot injuries. the victim's conditions are unknown of the right now, two people believed to be involved with the shooting are in custody
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drug crisis, a portion of the drug administered, naloxone, have been recalled by the manufacturer. how it's affecting local first responders. >> this is just a little piece of foam rubber. >> these syringes have become an important part of firefighters and other first responder's daily jobs. naloxone, to reverse opioid overdose victims. now some departments have been forced to return kits of the drugs. >> we've had about two dozen units we had to send back to the manufacturer. fortunately, we keep a supply. >> and they recalled the tip of the syringe that goes up the nose because it forces it out as
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and may not be the correct dose. >> the plume may affect the way in way it is used. it may lead to injury or death in some situations. and they provide the kits to nashua and manchester fire departments. >> it's a life-saving treatment. in the immediate incident of an overdose, it's the only thing proven to recertverse the outcof an overdose. units. >> the manufacture recommended because they found through spot trials that it wasn't -- it wasn't aerosolizing it as best as it could. >> the kits are being replaced quickly and amr officials say they don't have those. >> we're able to withstand an issue like this. >> teleflex is asking the
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lots and how to return the syringes. a small fire in a store happened before 5:30 on saturday. it started in the exterior wall of men's warehouse. customers were evacuated from the mall 45 minutes while that was put out. fire officials say it appears that someone threw a cigarette in the mulch outside the store and that sparked the blaze. the new hampshire this weekend. vice-presidential nominee mike pence will be in windham and ivanka trump pushing for last minute votes. pence will be back for a final campaign rally at snhu arena with donald trump. that will be trump's second visit in four days. >> the poison out, you know what that is, the drugs. we are going to stop those drugs. >> trump focused on the drug
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the republican nominee is promising to tackle the epidemic if he's president. one republican canceled his trip today. new jersey governor chris christie called off his trip to the granite state after two aides were convicted in the bridge-gates scandal and turning now to the democratic side, today senator elizabeth warren, albright will be stumping for hillary clinton across the state and hillary clinton will be here for her final rally before the election. president obama campaigns for clinton at unh. chelsea spent the day on friday campaigning for her mom in new hampshire. for me this election is, first and foremost about my children, and about the country, the world and the future that i want for
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and spoke to voters about the final days of this campaign. new hampshire could see a record turnout on election day, state leaders are predicting huge numbers at the polls and as wmur's mike cronin shows us, the granite state has a history of big turnouts during presidential elections. >> secretary of state bill gardner says new hampshire could make history tuesday. >> if what i amdi out, it will be a record. >> during february's presidential primary, he says more than 542,000 people voted. in a few days, gardner predicts more than 738,000 will go to the polls. over the past elections, the voting turnout has been among the top five in the country, with important state elections in addition to choosing our next president and another strong showing of voters is expected. >> we've got a pretty good
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i don't expect it to be anything different. >> as poll workers prepare for crowds, state leaders are also preparing to ensure the election is safe. >> we are preparing for contingencies, but right now there's no known threat to new hampshire. >> governor maggie hassan says safety officials are ready for possible cyber attacks, but because new hampshire uses paper ballots, and our voting conditions aren't connected to the internet, there's no expected impact on the election. >> our information to be available to law enforcement to make sure that if there are reports of neg suspicious, we can address them. >> he's excited for the potential of record numbers. >> we always have some close races and the people of this state know that sometimes their vote actually makes the decision for whom is the winner.
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amy: bill gardner expects there to be tens of thousands of voters who would register the same day which would bring the registered voter count in new hampshire to around 1 million people. >> coming up on news -- news 9, a fatal shooting in the bronx. >> missing, a south carolina >> missing, a south carolina woman was molly's not thinking about cancer today, but three years from now, a routine screening will catch it early and make all the difference. for planned parenthood, cutting access to cancer screenings and birth control for thousands of women, it's politics for him. for molly, it's the rest of her life. the stakes are too high to make chris sununu governo. this advertisement has been paid for by put new hampshire first
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>> good morning and welcome back. here is a live look at concord, where we've got partly cloudy skies and it's a chilly start to our saturday morning. no doubt about it. in the upper 20's in this part
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how much those temperatures will rise throughout the day. we'll check those. amy: to new york, where officers were involved in a deadly shootout in the bronx. it happened yesterday afternoon when the officers were trying to apprehend a home invasion suspect. that's when police say the gunman opened fire. sergeant paul tuozollo and the suspect were both killed. a second officer is in stable condition at the hospital. the sergeant was a 19 year veteran of the force and the th new details are coming out about south carolina property where woman was found with a chain around her neck. she told she'd been inside the container for two months. yesterday they discovered a body and there may be mother. todd kohlhepp is a registered
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kidnapping. the rolling stone magazine published a story, a rape on campus in 2014. investigators found no evidence that the rape ever happened. a university of virginia administrator sued, seeking more than $7 million in damages. the magazine, its publisher and the reporter who wrote the story were found liable on friday. just like cher, most people will turn back timeig daylight saving comes to a close. it ended sunday-- it ends, i should say, sunday at 2 a.m. local time. the time change will leave people in the dark a little earlier in the afternoon, just in time for the arrival of winter. . josh: do you have plans for that extra hour? >> i hope i'm in dream state. i hope i'm in a lovely deep sleep. it's anxiety provoking regardless whether it's the spring one or the fall one. you don't trust--
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>> now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch 9 forecast. >> and we're starting off a saturday morning with cool temperatures out there, heading out this morning, you'll want to bundle up a little bit. as many places in the 20's. it's 27 degrees in monadnock region, and you can see some clouds and we've got thin spots in the clouds which translate into mixtures of clouds and sunshine for much of today, but more clouds to the north. your temperatures in the upper 20's and l and headed for the lower 50's. south of the white mountains. as you can see, that's not too far off from our average high temperature 53 for concord today. i told you i'd show them to you. here are the temperatures-- times, rather for today. tomorrow, you subtract an hour from that so it means we will see the sunrise around 6:26 or so. but tomorrow afternoon, that's the shocker, it will be just
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all right, a look at a couple of the snow showers that rolled through early this morning, they have since exited and in their wake, clouds and breaks of sunshine. there will be a significant amount of clouds for today, but breaks of sun as well. except for in the mountains where we've got those clouds that hang steady and there could be a few more rain showers at times in parts of the mountains. and here comes the next batch as weak disturbances today and clouds and scattered mixed showers as well. high pressure off to the west, but it's anchored there right now. slowly trying to push in and bring this clearing weather in, but it takes most of the weekend to do so. by the time we get to monday, nonstop sunshine and lasts a couple of days into this week. until then, clouds and sun, a couple of mixed showers and these cooler temperatures, which will stay put for the weekend, meaning seasonable to a little below average to are the entire
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again, there will be some breaks of sunshine at times today. and then tonight, many some rain showers, which could change over to snow showers. mostly in the mountains. perhaps in parts of western new hampshire as well and then come, it's again, sun and clouds around and temperatures a couple of degrees cooler than what we'll see today. here is the parting of the clouds, and monday that and the temperatures today into the lower 50's and then tonight, we're headed down into the 30's and 40's. so your high temperatures for today, low and mid 50's south of the white mountains and 40's to the north. take a look at low temperatures expected tonight. it's not quite as cold thanks to increased clouds and then for tomorrow, the temperatures will only be topping off in the mid to upper 40's. so, a little bit cooler weather is on the way for tomorrow.
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mostly in northern new hampshire. here is the interesting part of the forecast, by the time we get to election day tuesday, it's sunny and mild and a nice day. there will be no excuses weather-wise for not getting out and voting as we have the temperatures that are going to be in the upper 50's and even lower 60's on tuesday. amy: perhaps that's mother nature's way of throwing a ticker tape parade. >> exactly. amy: pretty good 30's and partly sunny. amy: ok. some elementary school students are making a big sacrifice. >> and it's all to help a first grader going through a very tough time. wmur's andy hershberger than the heartwarming story. >> sometimes kids make you step back and say wow!
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lost his mother. they all signed a sympathy card and were essentially hear heartbroken. we felt as upper grades and staff we wanted to do something more. a couple of students came forward and were sharing their feelings. >> every other year, the fifth and sixth graders take the trip to boston, walk the freedom trail, ride the duck boats and even get a fewer of tenway park. they started raising money last year like and the kids decided to take the $1500 and give it to their schoolmates. >> boston is a trip they look forward to pretty much since kindergarten. for them to give up this trip, that's a lot for them. they know what he's going through. >> it's a mixed feeling of happiness and sadness, because i feel sad that his mother passed away. but i feel happy that we're doing this for him.
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i am. >> so there's no boston trip for these boys and girls. the money is going into an account set up for sawyer and a local bank and the school is helping to organize another fundraiser in the spring. if these kids are our future, we're in good hands. in bath, andy hershberger, wmur, news 9. amy: true enough. coming up next, comfort food for breakfast. the special idi poached eggs and where you can find this dish. in our next half hour of news 9 this morning, the candidates for the second congressional district squared off in the final debate last night. we have a complete wrap-up. but first, meet buck. this week's adopt-a-pet is a german sheppard and labrador mix.
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>> so we've got colder weather with the month of november and we need comfort food. that's what we're making on cook's corner. and we've got a familiar face
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>> a buffalo chili and i've grilled it at the restaurant to save time. we'll have it all weekend this weekend. >> one of the specials there. >> and we're going to-- >> i've got a white shirt on. >> toss chili in there to heat it up because of the cold days like you said. >> i would mention comfort food, probably a good idea. >> i made a buffalo wing cheddar sauce, it's a special buffalo cheese that we got and reduced with heavy cream we are going to have some poached eggs. >> perfectly poached eggs. >> we are going to add those. >> add those together. and now we're going to top it with a little bit of our buffalo cheddar sauce. >> oh, my goodness. a little buffalo cheddar sauce. that's with the potato pancakes, we've got hash browns, homemade home fries and obviously homemade baked beans as well.
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>> one of the specials. >> and pumpkin muffins and our waitress lisa bakes incredibly. so we have muffins and hope everyone comes down. >> all you've got? >> there is a he a whole menu of stuff. >> do any of your customers leave hungry? >> i hope not. we are at 172 hayward in hach kind of by theld 627-7777. we do takeout seven days a week so if you just want to get some takeout and go home with it. come and enjoy our restaurnt. >> come ford-- comfort food. and we have scallops on friday. >> what do you love to make? >> what do i love to make?
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corny? and the homemade meatloaf in bacon. if you want it deep fried, country fried. >> 172 hayward street, like him on facebook as well. >> yes, we're on facebook. >> and margie's dream diner.com. and it smells like a diner. >> we need to cut to the commercial break then.
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the 2nd congressional district. annie kuster and jim lawrence tackled issues from northern pass to gun control laws. a new hampshire man was injured crossing the street, the 34-year-old was airlifted to hospital. an army special forces soldier died during a dive training exercise in florida wednesday. staff sergeant david whitcher was 30 years old. we'll get to more, first, josh judge in the weather center for a look at the forecast. hi, josh. josh: good morning. it's saturday and we're starting off with chilly temperatures out there. upper 20's in many spots. if you have been able to rise out of the 20's you're only in the very low 30's. bundle up as you head out. it was cold enough for snow overnight and that's pulled away. now we've been left with clouds and times of sunshine for today. most of the sun will be in southern new hampshire. the farther north you head, the
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rain showers could be around parts of the notches and points north through the day today. we'll see a few mixed showers, otherwise, sun and clouds, probably a little bit more clouds than sun, but at least breaks of sunshine out there, 40's and 50's for highs. as we take a look at the rest of the weekend forecast, and a peek ahead to the entire week which includes election day, that's coming up in a couple of minutes. amy: we begin this half hour with final granite state debate before voters head to the polls on tuesday. the candidates for the incumbent congress woman annie kuster and other opponent jim lawrence took the stage. jean mackin was there as they went head to head. >> a relatively cordial debate,
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term and jim lawrence with three in the state house. they covered the health and the northern pass. t they covers social security. >> no offense by my opponent has been in congress for four years and failed to introduce one piece of legislation to address this critical issue. >> this is something i work on and will continue to work on. republican tea party that's blocking progress on this issue. >> i don't think we can block or blame the other party for everything that goes wrong and what we fail to do. >> they stand apart on gun control with different views on the cause of crimes like the orlando nightclub shooting and the fix. >> if you are on a terrorist watch list, you should not be able to buy a gun that caused mass destruction of life in orlando.
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feel that way. >> none of these provisions that we're now proposing would have prevented that act from happening. however, what would have prevented it is making sure that law enforcement had the resources that it needed. >> they did find some common ground when talking about a major part of state tourism, new hampshire's ski resorts. >> i'm actually a former ski instructor, that's near and dear to my heart. >> that we have in coon in common. >> maybe a bipartisan ski trip. >> i'll race you! >> and both candidates wrapped up the debate asking voters not to be discouraged by what they call distractions at this election, asking them to get out and vote. >> in manchester, jean mackin, wmur news 9. amy: after the debate, both candidates hit the spin room.
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clinton ticket. and jim lawrence says he'll be burning the candle at both ends when voting gets underway. >> i'm not going to sleep. the bottom line, i'm going to keep campaigning and i've got a strong grass roots effort and i'll hit the towns and again get the message to the i think we need a new room, skirt tail, and we joke that colin is our token male, but we do have a strong ticket-- >> our commitment 2016 coverage never stops on wmur.com and on our mobile app. click on our politics section. there you'll find extended clips from all of our granite state debates. candidate for congress jim lawrence was in our studio recently taking questions from voters.
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2nd district took part in the facebook live segment. josh mcelveen fielded the question. >> the first came from kathy asking what he would do to improve care for veterans. the first issue that i think really we need to wrangle with and fix is the horrific issue with veterans getting the va health benefits that they deserve. we promid health care and take that card anywar and the service isn't working the way it's supposed to. >> connor wants to know about the plague of reducing drugs. >> what would you do about the crisis in new hampshire? >> the first thing i think we would do, the role that federal government should play, to fight the influx of illegal drugs coming into this country and into our state. >> a question from dale here, he phrases it this way, what would
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politicians? >> i'm a big believer are not being a career politician. we need to be realistic. that's not my top priority when i go to congress. i believe that people should not serve a lifetime in congress, but to talk about the endeavor of a constitutional amendment is a high bar and there's a whole lot of other things we need to fix. >> just a few questions from the voters in the district. josh mcelveen, news 9. amy: just a reminder, if you encounter any problems at the polls on tuesday, the u.s. and new hampshire attorney general's offices have set up a hot line. 603-230-2503 about or 866 voter 03. and fill out a complaint form on the justice link. >> just into the news room, a
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a post office to pick up a box of methamphetamine. it was picked up yesterday afternoon and a short while later, he was arrested when he came to pick up the package. the investigators say they later recovered two guns, several unhad rounds of ammunition, drugs and drug paraphernalia from golden, jr. >> new this morning, two people were arrested after a short state police troopers tried to pull over a vehicle just before 2 a.m. the vehicle took off and stopped a short while later. the driver, travis tulo and his passenger kyle haggett were taken into custody and troopers reportedly found a half ounce of meth in the vehicle. tulo was charged with possession of a controlled drug with intent
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a controlled drug. on river street yesterday, the 34-year-old victim was airlifted to a boston hospital with serious injuries. police say glare from the sun may be a factor in this. anyone with information is asked to contact police. >> an investigation in underway after an army special forces soldier from new hampshire died during a dive team-- dive training exercise in florida. the army 30-year-old staff sergeant david whitcher of bradford died during the exercise off key west on wednesday. he was deployed to afghanistan twice while serving in new hampshire's national guard. well, a milford family is celebrating this morning. the army finally agreed to pay their medical expenses. captain shane morgan nearly died a year ago today. it was november 5th, at fort
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pushup test. the army said it was not in the line of duty and they would not pay for all the of the bills. ap the family believes that going public with the story made the difference. >> it's a huge weight off of our shoulders and it allows us to take the next step in our journey, which is now to fixing the process so that other soldiers who are going through the process don't have to this. amy: the army did tell the morgans the entire lod, line of duty process is under review. it's a milestone race in the queen city tomorrow. the 10th annual manchester marathon, half marathon, rely and 5-k, there are exciting changes. the course has changed with the starting line in front of snhu arena. the goffstown rail trail will be
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you can watch it as it kicks off live right here on wmur news 9 this morning. the race begins at 8:50. jamie staten will be at the starting line and we'll chat with him tomorrow morning. the playoff begin in high school football. jason king has a preview of today's game coming up in sports. josh: we had some snow showers roll through this morning and they pulled away leaving some sun and clouds we'll talk about who sees the most clouds and when the sun
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he's on our side. i'm frank guinta and i approved this message. when you're raised by a single mom, you learn how important it is to live within your means. i'm colin van ostern, and i took that lesson to my work in business, and it's how i'll stand up for you as governor. by cutting inefficient spending and using innovation to save tax dollars, we'll make new investments without a sales or income tax. to create clean energy jobs, protect affordable health care, as governor, i'll stand up for you. . >> now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch forecast.
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earlier showers rolled through and they're gone. you can see the clouds over manchester and we'll see those off and on. the south wind and fine visibility. we've got those temperatures starting to creep out of the 20's in some parts of the state. a little earlier this morning most places were in the 20's and now some places are. we'll crime through the 30's very slowly this morning. it takes a while to get into the 40's and eventually the lower 50's this afternoon for some new hampshire. a look at your hometown weather here as we see the temperatures and climbing into the 30's in many spots, north new hampshire not an exception there as well. don't forget to turn those clocks back, falling back tonight. we remind you about that so you don't get up too early tomorrow. get that extra hour of sleep in or whatever you may be using it for and don't be surprised tomorrow, it catches you off guard, doesn't it when the sun
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earlier. tomorrow, 4:30 depending on your location. there are the snow showers i mentioned. a mixture of clouds ap sunshine today as well. so partly sunny would be a good way to describe it. don't discounts those clouds. in norp new hampshire it's mostly cloudy and rain showers developing at times. this area of high pressure is slowly building in. it's got lots of clear skies happen as the cold air stays locked in place over the weekend and sends a couple of weak disturbances through. we had one roll through, that's why we have the rain showers and later in the day, a couple more rain showers, otherwise clouds ap sunshine. the rain showers in the mountains could turn into snow showers overnight and sunday morning, this time of morning, we could be talking a little bit of snow, but then in the mountains, by the way.
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sunshine as we go through the next couple of days. breezy today. 50 to 55 except in the mountains. 30's and then look for the temperatures 30 near 40 degrees. and then a sneak peek ahead to your election day forecast. look at this! nonstop sunshine and temperatures on tuesday upper 50's and lower 60's and here is a look at the rest of the week ahead. it calms down quite a bit this week. we'll have more in a few minutes. right now week check out your sports. >> now, jason king and news 9 sports. jason: hey, this is our first playoff edition of the friday football report. 24 teams in action trying to get one step closer to a championship. we begin the previews in division one, a team that has flown under the radar a bit this season. the exeter blackhawks, and they will play at 1:00.
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the blue hawks kept goingment and two in swiss one. they don't plan to take the panthers lightly. >> i expect a physical game. we're going to come out ready to go. everything we've got, we don't want to make it the last time we play, special the injseniors. >> and the team, good receiver, good they're going to be making adjustments. so it's going to be a good matchup. jason: exeter and south again. 1:00 kickoff today. they'll get the winner of nashua north and they play there, 57-36. both teams score points in bunches and give up a bunch, too, something's got to give today. that, too, is a 1:00 kickoff.
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week and they kickoff at 4:00. also meeting on back to back weekends. the merrimack tom ahawks and the grizzlies, found ways to win this year finishing at 7-2. merrimack though, they average more points than any other team in the division and that, too, a 1:00 kickoff at students memorial field. division two, 8-1 john stark hosting 7-2 bow. they shocked undefeated generals in week 8, 14-6. bow had been a powerhouse in division three. nobody knew what to expect from the falcons when they moved up. they continue to play solid defense, 11 points per game and once again find themselves in the post season. >> definitely very tough. >> i think they're going to come out with everything they've got
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they'll have to be ready for us. >> there's a lot riding on it because they know what we did the first game and we'll have different things we come in with that will mix it up. it will be a challenge for sure. >> john stark and bow kickoff at 2:00 this afternoon in ware. 6-3 lebanon take over 8-1 hanover in hanover. that's a 3:30 kickoff today. and of all the teams in all three divisions,on windham. they are at 9-0. and they will host hollis brookline this afternoon. that's a 1:30 start in windham. the defending champs from st. thomas enter the the playoffs as the five seed. this time around they play on the road at plymouth and both teams are 7-2 with good defenses. that's a 1:00 kickoff.
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conference champions. the brady giants will host the tigers. they'll look to dethrone the champs. bishop brady averages over 30 points per game and allowing 11. something that the players credit to their preparation. >> we've been focused on little things like every detail we've broken down. conditioning has been a big key to our success this year. >> i'm hard-nosed classic football game played like every other game. i've never played them in my four years here and i think the whole team is looking forward to it. >> and the brady newport winner against stevens or campbell. and both teams are 6-2 and that's a 7:00 kickoff at barnes park.
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they're 8-0 taking on 4-4 somersworth this afternoon at 1:00. interlakes moultonborough, they lost to newport last year and they lost only to monadnock and kearsarge. they take on winnisquam this afternoon. you can watch the football reports in their entirety on our website, >> unh hockey skate today a 2-2 high. and the unh football team had the weekend off. that's sports, have a great saturday. amy: thank you, jason. we've seen quite a bit of rain recently, but will it have an
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>> well, not quite a drought buster, but welcomed this week. from below 20%. josh: and telling us why it's so important. >> i don't think it's going to put us over the top, but it won't hurt the situation. >> a wet day is a welcomed sight as most of the state remains in at least a moderate drought. >> it seems we get new people every day calling in. a lot of people have dry wells.
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systems. >> the rain that we received is helpful, but we're at a major deficit overall. >> according to the department of environmental services, conditions greatly improved the past few weeks. merrimack and strafford counties are out of the drought zone. cois county is-- >> anywhere from or inches of rain of a deficit. >> despite improvements, residents are urged to conserve water as a large part of the state is expected to start in a severe drought. when the ground freezes in the middle of december, whatever they have in their wells is what they have throughout the winter. >> it's not impossible to drill a new well once the ground is frozen, but it's difficult and many have a wait list. >> you may want to get on the
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you sate -- sit there and i'm take care of this. amy: it's great. josh: clouds and sunshine and temperatures in the lower 50's for most of new hampshire, 40's in northern new hampshire with more clouds and sprinkles and showersment more of the same on the way tomorrow, but a nice week ahead. amy: great. caught us talking about the marathon there. josh and i are hanging molly's not thinking about cancer today, but three years from now, a routine screening will catch it early and make all the difference. so when chris sununu voted to cut funding for planned parenthood, cutting access to cancer screenings and birth control for thousands of women, it's politics for him. for molly, it's the rest of her life. the stakes are too high to make chris sununu governo. this advertisement has been paid for by put new hampshire first
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good morning, america. new overnight, 9 final push. this is the last weekend of the campaign. hillary clinton getting celebrities support overnight from beyonce and jay z and the pantsuit squad. they're singing her praises. can she make history? >> a glass c and for all. >> mad dash. donald trump's whirlwind tour, ten states in three days. taking aim at clinton's celebrity endorsements. >> i didn't have to bring j. lo or jay z. the only way she gets anybody. i'm here all by myself. >> all this as a former "people" magazine writer speaking out on camera for the first time accusing trump of sexual assault. plus our latest abc news tracking poll on the state of

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