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>> now on news 9 this morning, protesters take to the streets against president-elect donald trump. why they're unhappy and what demonstrators on both sides have to say. new hampshire drug crisis, the new signs you may see along granite state highways and the big program thatil federal money to our state. >> temperatures up, we've got to look at the milder conditions, a check on which day will be the warmest. amy: preparing for the worst, how a local hospital is making sure they're ready for the threat of an active shooter and how they plan to keep patients safe. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, new
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13th, i'm amy coveno we'll get to the top stories in a minute. first, josh judge is in the weather center, you're talking mild weather, josh. josh: absolutely. we have amazing days and it begins today. look at the temperatures widely different thanks to the difference in cloud cover around the granite statement northern new hampshire in the 20's to low 30's, but get down into far southern and can see where they are. you can see the thinner cloud cover, where it's cooler there. farther south, the cloud are thicker, keeping more mild air trapped here for the moment. the clouds will be clearing away as high pressure builds in, a giant area of clear skies to our west and that pushes through the day and this morning and it really will turn things from clouds this morning into mostly sunny skies by later this morning and the highs will be in the 50's.
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warmer than it was yesterday and keeps going up from there. we'll talk about the week ahead forecast coming up in probably about 10 minutes. >> new this morning, crier t-fire crews were kept busy at the scene of a fire, at 1:00 this morning on mount dearborn road. right now there's no word on what started the fire. the red cross is assisting. >> outgoing new hampshire senator kelly ayotte could have a future in the trump ni the word that trump is considering her for secretary of defense. she currently serves on the senate arms services committee. she said i'm regrouping with my family, but i'll always serve my state and i will serve my state and country because i want us to succeed. >> protests against
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100 protested outside city hall. the rally was peaceful, but police were on hand to make sure there was no violence. across the street there was a counter protest with people who support donald trump. we'll hear from people on both sides, coming up in the next half hour. >> hillary clinton says that the fbi actions hurt her campaign. during a conference call with supporters, clinton said her campaign had been winning against donald trump comey's letter to congress possibly related to her service, and and then the second letter fired up trump supporters. and upholding the rape shield case.
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a person assaulted a clerk and took an undisclosed amount of money. white male, brown hair and wearing a dark colored sweatshirt and last seen headed south to serious. anyone with information should contact the keene preparing for an active shooter situation. employees participated in a drill with first responders saturday. this is the first time that hospital has undergone this type of training. kristen carosa with the story. kristen: it's a story that they hope they'll never see, but they are prepared if it happens. >> this is a community effort to
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have a shooter situation. >> the s.w.a.t., fbi, medical response helped conduct the drill in a closed off area of the hospital. 50 staff members were there to learn. >> to the yelling, to the cap guns we use, the mock firearms, it was pretty realistic environment and added a layer of stress and authenticity and should help us should we encounter anything like this. >> focus of the exercise is to train staff members how to act appropriately and to help with emergency response with this situation. >> we want people to run away. if they can't run away, to hide. >> actors are posing as patients. first responders are not briefed on what will happen so the reactions you see are real.
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events that we've seen occur around the world, such as in new york, orlando, brussels and paris. >> after the drills took place, all agencies met with hospital staff to talk about what happened and what they learned. >> it allows everybody to participated in the event, a perspective on what went well, what didn't go well. the equipment needs that we have and the addition training should be offered to our responders. >> says moving forward a report will be created from information gathered. >> that formal report is essentially going to list down those things we need to work for over the next year. >> in nashua, kristen carosa, wmur news 9. amy: two sailors had to be
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they weren't able to be reached by boat and they had to use a helicopter. fortunately, no one was hurt. the shelter in portsmouth is on the way to be solar powered. volunteers are installing a solar array system. the labor is free. >> we're supporting the community because we know it's the right thing to do to get more clean energy out there ando solar panels will save us approximately $3700 a year for up to 30 years, so we're just so excited. >> the crossroads house shelters nearly 100 people every night that would otherwise be homeless. coming up on news 9 this morning. looking back. how france is remembering the lives of those lost in the deadly paris terror attacks exactly one year later.
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>> good morning and welcome back. we've got partly cloudy to cloudy skies out there. many of us have cloud. the clouds you have. we've got milder temperatures and the details on the forecast are just a few minutes away. amy: today marks one year since the terror attacks across paris left 130 dead and hundreds more injured. survivors, family and friends gathered last night for an emotional show at the theater. this is the first time the concert hall reopened since the terrorists opened fire there.
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hollande is honoring those who died. u.s. embassy is closed after a suicide bomb attack at bagram airfield. the taliban claiming responsibility praising the attack. >> protests in ohio of a case of a came to a mistrial. the jurors didn't find against ray tempsing, -- tensing accused of murdering dubose. tensing says it was self-defense. the prosecutor will retry the case. more border patrol agents are
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150 patrol agents will be along the border. entering are unaccompanied children and families. in georgia and north carolina residents are asked to wear masks while outside, the fire is difficult to control. in north carolina, more than a dozen fires are inves arson. still to come here this morning, making dreams come true. the trip of a lifetime for a local boy and why it means so very much to his family. it is 6:12 on this sunday morning, you're looking live at
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>> now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch 9 forecast. josh: all right, it's a sunday morning, thanks for joining us here. and we are looking at a headed our way. it's starting off with temperatures highly variable. look at this, western new hampshire in the 20's and 30's. meanwhile, you get farther to the east and the south and those temperatures are in the low and mid 40's. that's a pretty mild start for this time of year. the average low in concord is 29 degrees and we're at 44 in the capital city right now. as you can see, it's a good deal warmer than it was yesterday morning at this time, most places around the state as well.
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there. the clouds at night keep things milder. it traps the warmer air that tries to rise up and escape into space. it doesn't happen as well when there's clouds and that's why particularly these areas are the mildest right now because you have the thickest cloud cover. notice the different colors in the cloud, brighter white means thicker clouds and the grayer colors mean thinner clouds. the farther north and west you head, the thinner the clouds are. it's cooler and that's the up. which they will do over the next several hours. and by mid to at least late morning, we will all be in the sunday, i think, and it turns into another nice day and a good 5 to 10 degrees higher than yesterday. and high pressure has carved out an enormous portion of the nation will move in today and give us a nice day. today and tomorrow. we'll be watching this, the a developing system off the southeastern part of the united
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case, that will be nice, that system will be riding up along the coast here and by the time we hit tuesday, things move in. it's the only rain chance we have in the upcoming week, but there will be showers around on tuesday. the clouds are burning off, pulling apart and by lunchtime we're in the sunshine during the afternoon. and many of us way before that. look at clear skies if you're out and watching that moon rise tonight for the so, that's good news there. and the good news continues 'cause tomorrow looks beautiful as well. a lot more sunshine tomorrow evening and another good moon rise. both are perfect viewing opportunities and the moon should be the same whether you go out tonight or tomorrow night, anytime after 4:15, 4:30 when moon rise continues. here comes the rain showers in
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we're back to sunshine after that. >> check out today's high temperatures. between 50 and 59 degrees, getting close to 60 in a couple of spots for today. it's going to be a really nice one. tomorrow maybe even a little nicer, with temperatures in the upper 50's and spots most likely that get to the low 60's before our one day, our one chance of showers, that's tuesday. >> look the a the moderate temperatures. >> the only day in the tuesday. >> all right. the second grader from swanzey who has a rare disorder is spend r spending a week with his family at disney through the make-a-wish foundation. >> they boarded the plane yesterday, landon was ready to get this trip started. >> complete with a police escort and white limo. >> there he is! >> nine-year-old landon nash
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beginning of a week that he and his family will not soon forget. >> now you're going to go on the plane to disney to see mickey and minnie? yeah. >> landon and his family are headed to the places where wishes come true, disney for the first time ever, a wish that those at make-a-wish foundation couldn't wait. >> he wants to go world and meet mickey mouse. >> and it's hard for his mom not to get emotional when he shows off his mickey toy. >> it's so happy for him. >> he has a rare disease. >> they didn't know if he was see, walk, talk, here when he
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that. >> defeated it and then some. landon goes to school and uses sign language to speak. >> how do you feel? >> very good, very good. >> for too much of his life he hasn't had a chance to just be a kid. he's been through more than two dozen surgeries, he's been through anything and everything that a child shouldn't have to go through. but for the next week his only job is to be a mickey mouse toys. amy: landon and his family will be staying at give girls the world, a nonprofit in florida. make-a-wish will provide meals and accommodations and tickets, awfully generous. he's especially looking forward to seeing winni the pooh. subway therapy, sticky notes are giving strangers a chance to get
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protests in the queen city, afoot and light-hearted i take to the open road. healthy, free, the world before me, the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose. the north and the south are mine.
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>> so no matter what your political views are. this election season has left many people stressed. >> i'm sure we can agree on
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a post-it note and they leave it on the wall. it started before the election so people could get things off their chest. the artist hopes it's a way for people to move forward. an mcdonald's in michigan has hit the jackpot when it comes to employees, how a set of quintuplets ended up working at the same restaurant. >> workers at this mcdonald's in michigan have earned a reputation for the high school students pitch in where needed. they're also in sync in other ways. they share the same last name and the same birthday. >> it's quite amazing to knowing that half of your work force is people you're related to. >> the curtises are nonidentical
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mickey d's with his sister. and they were impressed by the hard working duos. >> and they wondered if we had any other siblings and i said, we do. >> we're the only mcdonald's who had mcdonald's. >> lauren handles the front counter and lindsey cleans up >> on a given shift, kickly fun day when that is the day that sometimes all five are working. they would be at least half the shift. >> the five make it through most shifts without customers recognizing they're siblings. >> up until this point, nobody knew. you know, they don't-- they don't look a lot alike. the older they've gotten the less alike they've looked. >> their unusual setup brings
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sick, it only takes one phone call to find five potential replacements. i'm sean mcdonald, wmur news 9. amy: news reveals that more sunshine could help breast cancer patients. those who had healthy levels of vitamin d had a better prognosis and less likely to relapse. you can get vitamin d by taking supplements or 10 to 15 minutes of sunshine a day and doctors say you should always wear sunscrn. 9. the message people are trying to spread and what they were met with last night. new hampshire drug crisis. the warning about a new type of fentanyl hitting the streets. we head into the break with a live look at the sea coast. look at the beautiful colors on the horizon there.
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now, wmur news 9 this morning. >> good morning, everybody. it's 6:30, i'm amy coveno. we offer you this post card glimpse at hampton beach as the sun is beginning to rise 44 degrees there. a mild day headed our way. here is a look at our top stories on the half hour. protesters against president-elect trump was met with trump supporters. the event did remain peaceful. another event in portsmouth. police foxes. officers responded to 13 incidents since the end of september. you have a chance to go skiing today. how about that? skiers who bring in a nonperishable food item get a free lift ticket. the mountain will open closer to thanksgiving. and let's talk about josh judge, talking about mild air headed our way.
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ski type weather in the country at the moment. even there, we will see temperatures rise up to 50. and we've got 40's elsewhere in southeastern new hampshire. already in the mid 40's, a mild start thanks to clouds that have been around overnight and kept us warmer, but they're showing signs of beginning to break up and through the morning hours, they will do just that. sunshine working in. and most of us see the sun by at least mid morning or so and lots of clear skies meaning high pressure keeps us in the sunshine today, and tomorrow. here is a look at your high temperatures to expect. a good deal milder than yesterday, but it's not the warmest day we'll see this week. i'll have that a look at that when we see your forecast. >> people across the country are protesting president-elect donald trump in a peaceful rally. they were joined by a group of
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and mike cronin is here with the message. mike: protesters were here more than three hours on saturday night as the rallies continue across the granite state. on one side of the street ejection for donald trump. >> love trumps hate. >> on the other side, support for the president-elect. >> american lives matter! >> the divide in downtown manchester saturday night brought hundreds to city hall. >> the people united will never be streets across america, this is at least the third anti-trump rally in the granite state over a span of 24 hours. supporters call it an effort to unite people who feel isolated by trump's victory. >> whether they're scared to admit where they'r from, scared to admit their sexuality, sexual orientation, what have you, they're scared. >> we're all human on different
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doesn't dominate the country. >> build the wall! . feet away people involved in a smaller protest says the division needs to end. this is disgusting and i'm totally opposed to it. it's wrong. >> none of their rights have been taken away and media slander making trump look like a bad person. >> this is uncalled for. >> they can't accept the making a basis assumption for trump presidency. he isn't president yet. >> and meanwhile, the other protests against trump. >> i'm hoping that we put enough influence on him he enact all the hateful promises he made. >> at times there were signs of anger from both rallies, but
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amy: tens of thousands marched staging the fourth day of protests of donald trump's victory as president. in new york, demonstrators marched in front of tum trump tower, several police officers were injured and several arrests made and some are urging portland's people to stop. >> if you're upset about the election of donald trump and you want change, there are ways to do that. they doesn't involveak >> instead of protests, the mayor is urging portland residents to get involved in local organizations. >> a manchester auto shop is giving back to veterans this weekend. d and l auto made several repairs at no charge for veterans. a nonprofit veteran service organization helped the auto body shop find vets in need. >> i think they're very appreciative just as we are to them.
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it makes everybody feel good. >> this is the second year the shop has provided car maintenance for free. wmur's partnering with a nonprofit organization home base for veterans telethon. if you missed it friday night, it reairs today at 1 a.m. as telethon's raise awareness for vets in our area. wmur anchor and political director josh mcelveen who is a stories of those who served and now need help. amy: did you happen to notice the highway signs up in 40 locations. new hampshire police and manchester police used the signs to spread awareness. it's part of a drug enforcement probably, dea 360 to bring in federal dollars to the state to
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and now to a new warning from the dea about a deadly form of fentanyl, u 47700 or pink. it's tied to nearly 50 deaths, including one here in new hampshire. jennifer crompton has steps on more on what the authorities are taking to fight the drug. >> yet another deadly drug hit the streets. >> the as pink and it's similar to the other fentanyl products we're seeing in new hampshire. the linked to 46 overdose deaths in the country over the last year, one in the granite state. according to the advisor on addiction and behavioral health, it's showed up once in drugs tested at the state lab. >> it's another piece of the constellation of drugs on the streets and all of them are
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danger for those struggling with addiction. >> does it worry you to are them? >> absolutely. >> john byrnes says that people with addiction aren't necessarily just trying to get high. they're trying to prevent being sick because their body's tolerance continues to grow. >> we might think that somebody in active addiction is looking at a more potent, dangerous substance as something that might kill them to the contrary. they typically it. >> the de adea sent out an emery action placed u-47700, the toxic mixes, cooked up in clandestine labs feeding the drug epidemic. >> that's why you're seeing people bringing this into the area and they're trying to
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are warning residents to watch out for sick foxes. they had calls to 13th incidents since the end of september. they don't know what sickness that they have. do know the approach animals that appear to be sick. call animal control if you have any concerns. grab your tennis shoes and your mustache and head to manchester for the annual stash dash. it raises money runners are encouraged to wear blue and a silly stash to raise awareness for the disease. and it starts at 10:00 this morning. it's not thanksgiving, but they're hoping the doors for a good cause, fighting hunger in new hampshire. skiers who bring a nonperishable food item. nothing not to like about that.
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officially opens for the season closer to thanksgiving. we hope you stay with us. coming up next, the bruins are out on the road, out west. could they hold off the coyotes last night? jason king has highlights next in sports. >> temperatures are waking up to, can be anywhere from the 20's to the 40's right now around the state and we all make it into the 50's. a warmer day ahead. we'll show you which will be the warmest for the entire day.
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>> business. i'm fred kocher. look at this headline, america on edge. this is from the sea coast, doesn't it say it all. what happened this past week, a lot of uncertainty with theski and we're going to talk to my resident economist russ thibeault in a minute.
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proposes to do from peter navarro. tax cut, new moratorium on regulations, lower energy costs on oil and gas. increased exports and decrease imports. infrastructure spending on highways and cities. repeal the accordable care act and focus on overall economic growth and that is what mr. trump proposes. with me to talk about this and maybe what some of the priorities ought to be, is russell applied economic research here in new hampshire. welcome. >> good to be here. >> nice to have you back. when you were sitting there and watching the returns and trump was going to win, you're an economist. from a professional standpoint. what was your reaction? >> well, i think it's not economics as issue for the last five or six years. actually it's been kind of boring to talk about the economy, but with the kind of policies that trump is talking about, and the kind of promises that he made, 25 million jobs
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in the economy, it's anything, but business as usual in terms. of the economy. >> on that plan, what would you prioritize to cause the most growth? >> i think the two items probably most significant are number one tax cuts because they put money into the consumers pockets right awayment . the tax cuts are big drop in the corporate tax rate and across the board for consumers as well and the second thing is infrastructure, which also would have a big impact. >> a lot of criticisms of his plan from some economic forecasting firms that it would cost the economy a trillion dollars, for instance, and another said 4 million jobs and yet, there are economists that say this plan could work. >> it's really ironic, the
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are enormous and the very same way, mark zandi an economist from moody's.com said it's not cataclysmic, it's not a big deal. the bottom line, we don't know, a lot of uncertainties and that's 12 hours after trump election was self-evident and the stock market dropped 5% in one day and then the next country, the recent graph, are rising the fastest in years. the economy is improving with wages rising and more jobs, but this is something that trump has not acknowledge $. >> that's right. and it's not something felt across the board. wages are rising, but not for everybody, so there are a lot of blue collar workers that have been hurt by trade policies in the united states pan we saw that in the election.
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from being in a democratic camp to the trump camp. as a result of the kind of job losses that were sustained. so wages on average are going up, but that doesn't mean they're going up for everybody. >> what are you going to look for in the trump presidency, the next couple of years from this administration that you think would make a difference? >> i think getting good quality jobs back onto the united states would be very important. hitting some of those targets hit being some of the targets in terms of growth, in terms of job growth, in terms of wage growth would be significant. >> russell thibeault, president of applied economic research. >> thank you. >> for analysis go to wmur.com and on the page since we redid
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hampshire's business. >> josh judge with your sunday morning forecast. josh: it's going to be a pretty good one and another one on the way tomorrow as well. we go through the details with a live look at warner, first of all, as you start off your day. partly cloudy skies and breaks in the clouds developing in so many places and that will continue over the next couple of hours as we go from the overnight clouds as a weak warm front rolled through overnight to more sunshine going through the day 42 degrees, in that part of the state, and northern new hampshire, it's in the upper 20's and lower 30's. look at the differences around the various regions of the state. 30's in western new hampshire, but you get farther to the east and you're between 40 and 45 degrees. so, highly variable and some big time temperature differences about 15 degrees different from one part of the state to the next. again, i mentioned the clouds were breaking apart.
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southeast. southeastern new hampshire and eastern parts of the state. that will be the last spots to see the sunshine breaking through. probably around between 9:00 and 11:00 this morning and the rest of us see it happening even sooner and we see that sunshine lasting through the day and it should be, again, a very bright day and milder than yesterday by 5 to 10 degrees. you can see it's just kind of hanging on here to parts of new england. you go to our west and there's clear skies already and that's what's pushing in tnk gigantic area of high pressure. look at this, this is the nation off to our west and many spots to our south clear. but farther to the south, it's this system here, that's the next and only chance for rain this upcoming week. this system will ride up the coast and head towards us on tuesday. let's show you the evolution as we watch the clouds through the day today. and last as i mentioned in eastern new hampshire, even there we've got sunshine on tap
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and into tonight, tomorrow more sunshine remains, it will be another very nice day tomorrow. actually temperatures will be warmer than they will be today. up near or up maybe above 60 in a few spots. monday night into tuesday, clouds start to increase and tuesday here come the rain showers off and on right through the day. the only chaps for rain as i mentioned. all right, the super moon, two nights in a row you can the moon rise is coinciding with sunset. it's the closest and brightest super moon of this year and also the largest super moon since 1948. there won't be another one this close to the earth at the time of full moon until 2034. viewing time at sunset. so between 4:15 and 4:30 that's when you'll notice it starting to rise. the best time it looks the most awesome is right as it's rising and lower on the horizon and making its way upwards and
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month, but doesn't always coincide with full moon. all right, there's a look at your temperatures we expect for today, as we go through the day, it's between 50 and almost 60 degrees in some parts of the state. even tomorrow, upper 50's and lower 60's and it will be an above average temperature week. we check out your scores. >> now, jason king and news 9 sports. >> hey, with college football and dartmouth and unh. tough losses for both teams. new york falls to 6-4 overall and 4-3 in the caa. they lose to abney. rushed for a school record, 298 yards and scored three touchdowns. dartmouth, their quarterback jack hengan sent a single
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enough as brown wins that one. plymouth state, 6-4 overall and 4-4, and finished with their first winning season since 2010 and st. anselm finish at 2-9 the and lose at anc. bruins and coyotes, 1-0, a one timer his 10th of the season made it 2-0 boston. that was the game winner and they'll play at colorado tonight. >> monarchs i joey diamond scored two goals and they win 6-4. they're off until wednesday when they'll host reading in manchester. unh hockey at arizona state. first period down 1-zip, but ke ke kellerer skates in and yzerman gets one for the wildcats. the sun devils scored the next three, including this one in
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in ot. unh back at it this afternoon, they host merrimack at 4:00. isaiah thomas scored 23 points including boston's final 8 and celtics beat the pacers in indiana last night. owe lentic. boston plays in monday. and the boy finishing finished in second place, but the top three girls were from new hampshire. jacqueline of exeter became the first girl from exeter high school to ever win a new england cross country championship and the first from new hampshire in ten years, since 2006. the football scores and highlights from yesterday's high school playoff action, you can
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seahawks tonight in prime time. that's sports, back to you. amy: thank you, jason king. ahead on news 9, a nebraska judge is making court a little less stressful. why he gets to bring his dog to work. and now to our u local hot shot. we love our viewers, especially, perhaps, our four-legged ones. this is zula enjoying a cat story on news 9. great shot. thanks for sharing it.
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>> christmas is just around the corner and new york city is ready to light it up. >> christmas trees arrived at rockefeller center. the norway spruce was cut down on thursday and it's the second largest to grace rockefeller center. it's set to >> it's that time. >> wow. >> the weather doesn't feel that way, not that i'm complaining. >> not at all. he's not exactly an attorney, but serving as counsel in a nebraska courtroom. >> meet finnigan judge johnson's dog and he goes to court almost every day in the courtroom. judge johnson says he hopes the simple addition of finnigan will
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their lives around. it's a good idea. amy: a great idea. josh: add a little calmness to the courtroom. we've got that in the weather, things have calmed down. temperatures in the 50's today. anywhere from 50 to 59 depending where you are. tomorrow looks warmer, fantastic, sunshine all day. 50's and even maybe 60's before rain moves in on tuesday. a real nice stretch the n marathons going on and the stash dash. josh: stash dash. amy: yeah, and the news continues, top stories next, preparing for an emergency. how a local hospital is making sure they're ready for the worst and why this drill is unique.
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>> now on news 9 this morning, protesters take to the streets against president-elect donald trump. why they're unhappy and what demonstrators on both sides have to say. new hampshire drug crisis, the new signs you may see alongside highways and the new programs to our state. >> temperatures heading up. we've got to look at the milder conditions on the way for today and much of the week ahead.
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a local hospital is making sure that they're ready for the threat of an active shooter and how they plan to keep patients safe. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. >> good morning, new hampshire. 7:00 on this sunday, november 13th, i'm amy coveno. we'll get to the top stories in a minute. first, josh judge is in the weather center with a look josh: good morning, you look bright and alive as we've got some sunshine that will make things even brighter. mid 40's in southeastern new hampshire and it cools into the 30's. we'll make it into the 50's today or almost everybody. now, here is something to look at. the clearing skies are moving into areas to the north and west as you can see there and that will translate farther to the south and east as we go through
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punishes in and we'll go from clouds this morning to sunshine later this morning and all afternoon. and it sticks around for a while as well. we'll watch this weather system right here as it comes up the coast and heads toward us in the next few days. meanwhile, though, a nice one, morning clouds turning to sunshine. highs from 50 to 59. yeah, that's anywhere from 5 to 10 degrees milder than yesterday. and it keeps on going. we'll talk about the temperatures headed in the upwards direction in your forecast >> new this morning, fire crews from several departments were kept busy overnight at the scene of a fire. it happened at 1:00 this morning on mount dearborn road. no word on what started the fire. one person was displaced and the red cross is assisting. outgoing new hampshire senator kelly ayotte could have a future in the trump administration. "the washington post" reporting that trump is considering ayotte for secretary of defense. she currently serves on the
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she said i'm regrouping with my family, but i'll find a way to serve our state and country because i love our state and country and want it to succeed. >> a protest against president-elect donald trump. more than 100 people protested outside the city hall. it's at least the third anti-trump rally within the last 24 hours. the police were on hand to make sure there was no violence. across the street there was a similar counter protest for people for donald trump. we'll hear from both sides in the next half hour. hillary clinton says the fbi's actions hurt her campaign. during a conference call with supporters she says the campaign had been winning until james comey's letter to congress about additional e-mails possibly relate today her use of a private server and says the
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supporters. despite the loss clinton is asking for supporters to move forward and support their causes. and the court decided to uphold the rape shield law. mazzaglia was set to appeal a conviction wednesday. oral arguments in the case will be open to the public. marriott's sexual history, however, will remain sealed. right now, police are convenience store at keene state college yesterday. investigators say the person assaulted the clerk and took an undisclosed amount of money. he's described as a white male, with a sweatshirt. seen south on the campus. >> staff at southern new hampshire medical center are preparing for an active shooter situation. employees participated in a drill with first responders saturday. this is the first time the
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wmur's kristen carosa now with the story. kristen: it's a situation staff at southern new hampshire medical center hope to never see. >> who is coming in? >> they say they're prepared should it happen. >> this has been a community effort to try to get all agencies together on the same page. god forbid we have an active shooter in our community. >> fire, police, s.w.a.t., fbi and american medical response helped conduct the drill in a closed 50 staff members from the medical center were there to learn. >> from the yelling to the cap guns that we use, the mock firearms, it was pretty realistic environment. it added a layer of stress and authenticity that i think will help us should we encounter something like this. >> organizers say the focus is to train staff members to train appropriately and work with
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type of situation. >> we want people to run away. if they can't, to hide. and if they're in worse case scenario to fight back. >> it's realistic, involving actors posing as patients. first responders are not briefed on what will happen so all the reactions you see are real. >> this city is working very hard to be able to respond to the events we've seen around the world, such as in new york, orlando, >> and they met once again to talk about what they learned. >> it gives an opportunity to what went well, what didn't go well, what kind of equipment needs we have and what kind of additional training we need. >> and a report will be made from the information gathered. >> that report is essentially
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year. >> in nashua, kristen carosa, wmur news 9. amy: the house in portsmouth is on the way to being solar. they're providing that system at cost and the labor is free. >> we're just supporting the community because we know that it's the right thing to do to get more clean energy out there and also help organizations like crossroads house help the people. >> we approximately $3700 a year for up to 30 years. so we're just so excited. >> the crossroads house shelters nearly 100 people every night that would otherwise be homeless. coming up on news 9 this morning, looking back. helping remembering those lives lost in the deadly paris terror attack. exactly one year later.
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>> good morning and welcome back. here is i-93 in hooksett where we see gradually clearing skies this morning and temperatures on the mild side in the 40's. it's a warm start and we're going warmer than the last few days. we'll gather, rather, an extra five toen we've got details on the week ahead forecast coming up. >> today marks one year since the terror attacks across paris, 130 dead and hundreds more injured. survivors, family and friends, this is the first time the concert hall reopened since terrorists opened fire there.
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sites. and a deadly suicide attack at bagram airfield. two were killed and two americans were killed. another 16 american service members and one polish soldier were injured. the taliban claims responsibility, praising the attack. a former cincinnati police officer, it was mistrial. jurors didn't arrive at a verdict against tensing. accused of murdering sam dubose during a traffic stop. tensing says he fired his gun in self-defense. the prosecutor hopes they'll retry the case. a number of immigrants trying to enter the u.s. illegally. about 150 agents will be sent to help screen and process immigrants taken into custody
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officials say that many of those entering are unaccompanied children and families. >> crews continue to battle out of control wildfires in the south. some spewing smoke so thick, people in north carolina and georgia are urge today wear masks outside. and drought conditions in the region have made it difficult to control. in north carolina more than a dozen fires are being investigated as arson. still to come here this morning, making dreams come true. the trip of a lifetime for one local very much to his family. >> it's 7:12 on this sunday morning, you're looking live at downtown concord.
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>> now, meteorologist josh judge forecast. >> thanks for joining us, it's bright and early. the bright part, we're working on that. here is a look at clouds over portsmouth as they're hanging in there, but will be pulling away in the next several hours. 45 degrees, it's a mild start, especially in areas basically from the lakes region on south and east where you're in the 40's and farther to the north and west and it's cooler because you had clearer skies there, allowing the temperatures will drop overnight.
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sunrise and sunset times, earlier since we've set the clocks back sunrise at 6:37. sunset at 4:23. that's important because moonrise coincides with sunset. so we have moon rise tonight for that full super moon and it looks good because the skies are looking clear for that. so, between 4:15 and 4:30, maybe a good time to start looking for that moon coming up on the horizon and that will be the most impressive as up. the high tide at 9:29 this morning. and clouds are slowly pushing south and east the next several hours, by mid morning, i think most places will have sun, a couple of parts of eastern new hampshire may be clinging onto clouds longer than that, but not too much. there's a broader view of those clouds pulling away and speaking
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skies were framed in on the corners here with some clouds in all four locations, but for the most part we've got some nice clear skies and sunny skies and that will dominate our weather for most of the week. except for this in southeastern parts of the united states. this will gather and move up the coast towards us. it moves in on tuesday, and giving us the only chance nor rain tuesday and probably into tuesday night a moving away through the day today. by lunchtime we all should be in the sun, but i think most of us see the sun way, way before that within the next few hours and some areas are clear now. as we head into tonight and tomorrow. clear skies as i mentioned tomorrow. more sunshine all day long. and so, another great night tomorrow night or sunset, anyway, late afternoon for moon
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a full moon technically is early tomorrow morning, halfway between tonight and tomorrow night. we go through tomorrow night into tuesday and that's when the showers arrive and off and on showers are likely on tuesday. much needed rain. so, high temperatures today in the 50's. near 60 in some spots. lows tonight will be chilly, if you're headed to the patriots game or know anyone who is, the kickoff tonight at 8:30. we'll see temperatures around 42, clear skies and falling into the upper here is a look at your week ahead. tomorrow, mormon, check that out. some spots will hit 60 tomorrow. >> unbelievable. >> before we get some showers and cooler conditions on tuesday, the only chance for rain all week. >> probably need to bundle up for the patriots game? >> absolutely. falling into the upper 30's by the end of the game. >> that's crisp. >> a second grader who lives in swanzey.
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make-a-wish foundation. the family bored their flight out of manchester. and landon was ready to get this trip started. >> complete with a police escort and white limo. >> there he is! >> nine-year-old landon nash went to the airport in style, the beginning of a week he and his family won't soon forget. >> are you going to go on the plane for disney and see and minnie? yeah. >> landon and family are headed to the place where wishes come true, disney world for the first time ever, a wish that those at make-a-wish foundation couldn't wait to grant. >> and we discussed what he wants, he wants to met mickey mouse. >> it's hard for mom anita not to get emotional when he shows
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this far. >> just so emotion nale. i'm happy for him. it's once in a lifetime for him. >> he has a rare disorder. >> when he was born, they didn't know if he could see, walk, talk, hear, anything. he's defeated that. >> defeated and then some. landon uses sign language to k. very good, very good. for a lot of husband life he hasn't had a chance to be just a kid. he's been through more than two dozen surgeries. >> he's been through everything and anything that a child shouldn't have to go through. >> for the next week, his only job is to be a nine-year-old. >> he's going shopping for mickey mouse toys. >> wmur, news 9. >> landon and his family will be staying at give kids the world.
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their meals, accommodations and tickets and he's especially looking forward to seeing winni the pooh. coming up on news 9 this morning. >> subway therapy. how sticky notes are giving strangers a chance to get something off their chest. >> the rally held last night and
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>> no matter what your political views are, this election season has left many people stressed. a new york artist is trying to make things easier. subway riders are given a post-it note and a pen and a chance to write down their frustrations and leave them on the wall. the project started before the election to get anything off their chest that they wanted to. the artist hopes it's a simple way to help people move forward and look towards the new research says that sunshine could help breast cancer patients. those were more vitamin d had a better prognosis and less to suffer a setback. and you can get that by taking a vitamin or sunshine. doctors say always wear sunscreen.
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a new fentanyl hitting the streets. streets. we begin with a look at afoot and light-hearted i take to the open road. healthy, free, the world before me, the east and the west are mine. the north and the south are mine.
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, everybody, it's 7:30. we offer you another post card from hampton beach. a beautiful horizon there. here i the half hour. protesters against president-elect trump took to the streets of manchester. they were met with trump supporters, but the demonstrations were peaceful. police in hudson are warning residents to watch out for sick foxes: there have been incidents. and a free offer of a lift
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we'll get to those stories in a minute. first, josh judge in the weather center, with a look the at the forecast. and can you believe it. josh: practicing my moves. amy: keep your day job, boss. josh: i'm not a bad skier, hard to believe from that display. 30's to the west and 40's, a mild start thanks to a cloudy night. the clouds are clearing, northern parts of the state sushg south and east the next several hours, we'll see the sun again, a bright, sunny, beautiful day, milder from 5 to 10 degrees. look at the clear sky that's to our west to our south it's the weather system that will move up the next couple of days arriving later op. but for today, a beautiful on the way. cloud turning to sunshine. la earth this morning. and we've got temperatures
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degrees. we talk about the temperatures continuing to move in the upwards direction the next few days in your full forecast. >> people across the country are protesting president-elect donald trump including here in the granite state and a peaceful rally in the queen city. they were opposed by a group of trump supporters. mike cronin now with their message. >> protesters were out here for more than three hours on saturday night, as these rallies continue across the granite state. >> rejection for donald trump. >> love trumps hate! >> on the other side support for the president-elect. >> american lives matter! >> the divide in downtown manchester saturday night brought hundreds to city hall. >> the people united will never be defeated! >> as protesters take to the streets across america, this is at least the third anti-trump rally in the granite state over
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supporters call it an effort to unite people who feel by trump a he is victory. >> whether they're scared to admit where they're from, scared to admit their sexual orientation, what have you, they're scared. >> we're all humid, just on different ends of the political spectrum. >> i'm here to make sure a message of hate is not what dominates the conduct. >> it was a peaceful rally as clouds grew. >> >> feet away a counter protest, people said the division needs to end. >> this is disgusting and wrong and i'm totally opposed to it. >> none of the rights taken away, media slant and making trump look like a bad person. they can't accept the loss and making a trump president, he hasn't become president yet. >> united we stand--
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ready to give up delivering in message to trump. >> i'm hoping that we put enough influence on him he doesn't enact all of the hateful campaign promises that he made. >> at times, there were signs of anger from both calories, but again, there was no violence. in manchester, mike cronin, wmur news 9. amy: tens of thousands of people marched across the country, staging the fourth day of protest of donald trump's victory as president. in new york, d marched in front of trump tower. two officers were injured and meantime, after protests turned violent, portland's mayor is urging people to stop. >> if you're protesting the election of donald trump, there are ways to do that. they don't involve taking to the streets with signs anymore. >> instead, he's urging residents to get involved in local organizations.
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nonprofit home base, for a telethon. if you missed it, it's for veterans in our area. anchor josh mcelveen, a veteran himself, tells stories of those who need help. did you happen to notice these signs on the highway, up in 40 with new hampshire state police to utilize d.o.t. signs to raise awareness. it's part of a drug enforcement agency for a new project to fight opioids. more details about the three-pronged program are expected to be released this week. >> a warning about a deadly form of pfent in ill.
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sometimes called pink on the street. it's tied to 50 deaths, including one here in new hampshire. jennifer crompton has more on the steps that authorities of taking to fight the drug. >> yet, another deadly new drug hit the street. >> it's got street names like pink. it's a synthetic opioid similar to what we're seeing with the other synthetics and fentanyl in new hampshire. >> i deaths across the country and one here in the granite state. it's also shown up at least once in drug testing at the lab. >> it's another piece, constellation of drugs on the street and all of them are worrisome and significant. >> adding yet another layer of danger. >> does it worry you for them? >> absolutely.
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they're trying to prevent being sick because their body's tolerance continues to growments we might think that somebody in active addiction is going to look at a more potent, dangerous substance as something that might kill them. could the contrary they typically gravitate towards it. >> the dea sent out a notice of emergency action, placing u-47700 in the toxic mixes cooked up in clandestine labs feeding the drug epidemic. >> that's why you're seeing people who manufacture fentanyl, bringing that in the area and they're trying to profit. amy: hudson police are warning residents it look out for sick foxes. they're seeing an increase in sick wild life calls and
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officers don't know what sickness they have, but you should not approach animals who aware to be sick, call animal control with concerns. the annual stash dash. it raises money for prostate cancer research. runners are encouraged to wear blue and a silly stat. less year more than $6,000. it's not but today, brendon woods is opening its doors for a good cause. fighting hunger. skiers who bring in a nonperishable food item will get a free lift ticket. brenton woods will officially open to the season closer to thanksgiving. we hope you stay with us. fighting for support, new hampshire children, hundreds of
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support by so-called deadbeat parents. news 9 investigates and holds up the record to other states. josh: yesterday was sunny, but cooler today. turning sunny and a little milder. we'll talk about the trend toward milder days and our one chance for rain in the upcoming week. amy: three of the six high school playoff games needed
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>> they're often referred to as deadat often behind in child support payments. they'll help to establish and support orders. some say the state should do more to collect back child support, holding new hampshire's track record to other states. the results may surprise you. >> i have two boys, 11 and 7, and they're humans, they're people.
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squeaky wheel. she's been fighting for back child support since 2012. i don't know if you're good at math, but it's upwards of $5,000. the target for frustration is not the father of her two boys, it's the state of new hampshire, division of child support services. somebody is know the paying child support, what are you doing. on your website you say you'll help eor orders. >> we haven't gotten anywhere, so they're fairly ineffective. >> practicing family law in new hampshire for over 15 years, she often advises her clients to avoid going through the state to get child support enforcement. i've seen it take the division take seven or eight months, more or less, to start processing payments. >> legal experts agree. it's the parents who work
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like subcontractors or the self-employed that are the hard he is enforcement cases. >> if you have someone who don't have someone, an employer who gives him the paycheck. you don't have a way. >> dcss declined multiple requests for an interview, but did provide these statistics. >> in new hampshire, than 84 million annually in child support. last year, the state reported 225 million dollars is owed to custodial parents in back child support. >> why should a custodial parent have to fight so hard? >> but it's their inability to adequately man the system and cover all the cases. >> marilyn maloney practiced
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underwhelmed and the agency is 84 support case workers. the division gets most funding from the federal government. for every $1 that a state spends on its child support program, the federal government reimburses it 66 cents. but critics say mortgage of $15 million annually is not enough to effectively enforce in this state? i mean. >> you want my answer to that? yeah, we are. yes. and on all fronts because we're so concerned about not spending any money. >> news 9 compared new hampshire child support arrearages to other states with similar population. new hampshire averages $8,000 per case.
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maine $nenearly $10,000. at the on again and off again rate that her ex is paying it will be 20 years and she wants the state to be more aggressive. i keep asking them, every time you go to court, shouldn't you ask for the same whether it's $8,000, or a dollar, the full amount is what at the end of the day is owed to the children. >> some states charge interest on back child support. the statute of limitations for paying unpaid child support is 20 years. alicia houston believes at the rate that her ex is paying her sons will never get the amount
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>> josh judge has the forecast. >> some clouds in some areas and clearer in others. a look at the north country in littleton. that's a good shot, bob copeland showing us the clouds. that's cannon mountains, a white on the run, you can see that. 30 degrees in littleton and around the region, we're in the 30's and the 40's. depending where you are. let's get into the the clouds are certainly in parts of southern new hampshire. much of southern new hampshire. as you look farther north and west, lots of breaks in the clouds and over the next several hours, they slowly push to the south and east. by the time we get to mid morning or so, most of us should be in the sun. eastern new hampshire may still have clouds left over, but even there it will be retreating fairly quickly. >> off to our west, plenty of
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lots of clear skies across the nation. just about like the southwest, that's where clouds are. this is a forming storm system that will ride up the coast and bring us the next and best chance of rain time out around tuesday, probably the second half of tuesday and into tuesday night is the most likely scenario right now for t the clouds are here, and new hampshire could hang on for a few of them. we turn sunny and it's nice out there with temperatures 5 to 10 degrees warmer than what we saw yesterday and we'll see less wind. more, plenty of sunshine and a little bit more temperature for today as well. tonight into tomorrow, a lot of sunshine on the way and warmer conditions near 60. tomorrow evening into tuesday,
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up and there's a look at the rain showers and downpours at that could be around at times. a lot of people have been asking us all week long and longer than that, you've heard about the super moon. what does it mean and when does it occur? well, tonight and tomorrow night will be the best two nights to see it. in fact, tonight and tomorrow night virtually identical how large it will look and how full it will be. technically it's early tomorrow morning. halfway in there are three, october, november, and december. this is the largest since 1948. what happens is that as the moon revolves around the earth. rotates around the earth, it always comes closer, but it doesn't always coincide with the full moon. this time it does. viewing time, and it will rise on the horizon. look at temperatures in the 50's
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will be near 60 degrees. a couple of spots could get into the lower 60's tomorrow afternoon. should be a beautiful day. and then tuesday, there's your rain showers, particularly the second half of news night clearing away right afterwards. and above average temperatures on almost every day except for tuesday. >> it's been a spectacular fall. >> and some nice days ahead. >> love it. 7:46. an update on the top stories. >> staying prepared several employees took part in a drill, the fire, s.w.a.t., police helped with the drill. in manchester protesters were met with trump supporters. it remained peaceful. kelly ayotte could have a post
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reports are that she's considered for the department of defense. >> the high school football playoffs, three of them, three of the six games, that is, needed overtime. like this one. division one, undefeated bedford taking on the 9-1 merrimack tomahawks. justin hits danny in the flat and takes it down inside the five to set up touchdown. eichmann takes it up for the score. turnovers was a problem. this is down the near sidelines and picked off and a good return for the bulldogs, one of five interceptions for him on saturday. connell robert takes it the right side. takes it down to bedford.
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bedford drove a minutes and a half and in the final play broken up in the end zone, there was a flag on the play. it's pass interferes on the tomahawk. robert hits him at the pylon, 2020 when they go into overtime. the first play for bedford in the ot. that's a touchdown to put bedford in front, 27-20. so, it was a pass enintended that was batted down by hussein. and win a thriller 27-20 in overtime. heartbreaker for a great merrimack game. they will play exeter who defeated north also in overtime. gould kicked a game winning field goal for the blue hawks.
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the d-1 championship at unh next saturday. in division 2, bo made the trip to hanover to take over the marauders, fires over the middle to alfred. the 6-3, 205 pound tight end does the rest. 7-0, bow. connecting with monahan on the far side line, he goes in from 17 yards out to tie the game at stafford up top and he was all over the field and that led to a mack kimbell field goal. bow in month 17-7. the falcons headed to unh for the d-2 championship and they beat hanover, 38-24, their third title appearance in school history and they'll do it in three different divisions. how about the plymouth bobcats,
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goal attempt as the time expired to preserve the win. plymouth will take on bow also at unh next weekend. bishop brady hosting interlakes moultonborough. bernard hits plumbton and it's 7-0 bishop brady. still in the first. he'll take his field. >> and kelly connects with lars, good for the first down and andrew brothers, a great running back with a good run up the middle. he'd score the only tud. and they rally to win 34-28 in ot.
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mon a monadnock. there is a touchdown to parker smith. the game winner. stevens hasn't won a title since 1968 and they've got a chance until interlakes next saturday. the bruins in arizona with the coyotes, 1-0 bees in the second inng 2-0 boston. the bruins win 2-1 and they will play at colorado tonight. and manchester monarchs skated in reading. there was two goals and assist from joey diamond. they're off today and play reading here in manchester on wednesday night. and isaiah thomas scored 23 points, including boston's final 8.
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johnson added 14 and 9 rebounds, boston will play in new orleans on monday. so there you go, that's sports. have a great sunday. amy: that's a lot of sports. now to our u local hot shot. we love our viewers, including the four-legged ones. this is zulu enjoying a cat story on news 9. thanks for sharing.
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>> hi. didn't know we're coming back. hello, we're back, good morning! . josh: the sunshine is back, too. good morning. i'm trying to smooth it over, go with it. i'll make up for your problem there. and tomorrow upper 50's and lower 60's for a lot of locations. so some great mid november weather, this is pretty warm for that. the average high in cco in the next few days and most of this-- >> the complaint box probably empty over there. josh: at least about me. amy: the news continues and today's top stories next. preparing for an emergency, how a local hospital making sure they're ready for the worst and why this drill is so unique. making dreams come true.
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afoot and light-hearted i take to the open road. the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose. the east and the west are mine. the north and the south are mine.
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>> now on news 9 this morning, protesters take to the streets against president-elect donald trump. why they're unhappy and what both sides have to say. new hampshire drug crisis. the new signs you may see and federal money to our state. josh: temperatures are up, milder condition today and on the week ahead.
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warmest. amy: preparing for the worst. how a local hospital is making sure they're ready for a threat of an active shooter and how they plan to keep patients safe. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, sunday, september 13th, i'm amy coveno. josh judge weather forecast. josh. josh: yes. amy: good morning. josh: it's a nice one out there depending where you are. there are clouds in parts of southern new hampshire. interprets, check this out. 30's in northern and western parts of the state and you get into southeastern new hampshire and temperatures are in the mid 40's as the clouds overnight kept the mild interprets around. check it out. if you look closely, you'll notice the trend, slowly we're pushing those clouds and peeling
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few hours. >> by the time we get to mid to late morning, these clouds should be dob and the sun will take over. high pressure builds in and a lot of this week will be dominated by this area of high pressure. the one exception, this area of wet weather moves up the coast and arrives a little later this week. we'll talk about that, but first, some nice sunshine with temperatures throughout the 50's and warmer weather on the way. details in a few minutes. amy: new this crews from several departments were kept busy overnight. it happened on mount dearborn road. right now there's no word what started the fire one person was displaced. >> outgoing senator kelly ayotte could have a position in the trump administration. word is that she's considered for secretary of defense. she's currently on the armed services committee.
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to serve our state and country even as a private citizen because i love new hampshire and our country and i want to make sure that woo he succeed. the -- today a protest is scheduled. on saturday. more than 100 were protesting outside of city hall. the rally was peaceful, but police were on hand to make sure there was no violence. across the street there was a smaller counter people who support donald trump. we'll hear from people on both sides coming up in our next half hour. hillary clinton says the fbi's action hurt her presidential campaign. during a conference call with supporters, clinton says her campaign had been winning the race dependence donald trump until director james comey's letter possibly related to her use of a private server. she says the second letter
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trump supporters. and the court decided to uphold the rape shield law. set mazzaglia was set to appeal a conviction. marriott's sexual history will remain sealed. right now police are looking for a suspe state store, police say he assaulted the clerk. a white male with dark hair and a sweatshirt headed out at the campus. anyone with information should contact the keene police. preparing for an active shooter situation, employees participated in a drill with first responders saturday. it's the first time the hospital has undergone this type of
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kristen: it's a situation staff at southern new hampshire medical center hope to never see, but they say they're prepared if it should happen. >> this has been a community-wide effort to try to get all the different agencies together on the same page, god forbid we have an active shooter in our community. >> police officers, s.w.a.t., fbi, medical response helped conduct a drill. learn. >> the yelling to the cap guns that we used, the mock firearms, it was pretty realistic environment, it added a layer of stress and authenticity, i think it should help us should we encounter something like this. >> organizers say the main focus of the exercise is to train staff members how to respond appropriately and work with emergency responders during this type of situation. >> we want people to run away.
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and if they're forced into a worst case scenario to fight back. >> the scenario is realistic, involving actors posing as patients. first responders are not briefed on what will happen so all the reactions you see are real. >> this city is working very hard to be able to respond to the events that we see occur around the world, such as in new york, orlando, brussels and paris. >> all agencies met with hospital staff once again to talk about >> it allows everybody that participated to give their opportunity on the perspective what went well and what kinds of equipment needs we have in the future and what should be offered to our responders. >> emergency manager director says that moving forward a report will be created from the information that was gathered. >> and that formal report is essentially going to list down all of those things that we need to work for over the next year.
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wmur, news 9. >> two sailors had to be rescued after their boat lost power and washed up on lovell island. the men on board put out a distress call. strong winds prevented the coast guard from preaching the boat. they had to use a helicopter. solar array system and the labor cost is free. >> we know it's the right thing to do to get clean energy out there and organizations like crossroads house help the people. >> we estimate the solar panels will save us $3700 a year for 30 years, so we're just so excited.
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100 people every night that would otherwise be homeless. coming up, how france is remembering the lives of those lost in the deadly paris attacks, exactly one year later.
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>> good morning and welcome back. here is manchester where the temperatures are in the 40's and skies are cloudy and gradual clearing pushing in. we'll talk about that in more detail in a few minutes. amy: now to a developing story out of new zealand this morning where an earthquake struck near the city of christchurch. officials say the 7.8 magnitude quake sent strong jolts that were felt over 120 miles awayment new zealand authorities say a tsunami has been generated because of the quake with the first waves hitting the south island just moments ago.
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this quake. a powerful earthquake struck the same area back in 2011, killing 185 people. today marks one year since the terror attacks across paris left 130 dead and hundreds more injured. survivors, family and friends gathered last night for an emotional show at the theater. sting performed. this is the first time the concert hall reopened since terrorists opened fire there. today, president hollande is visiting each of the seven attack sites to honor those who were killed. >> the u.s. business, a suicide attack at bagram airfield. two were killed and americans were killed. another 16 service members and one polish service member were injured.
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in texas, authorities said there was a surge of people trying to enter the u.s. illegally. officials say many of those entering are unaccompanied children and families. >> this morning, crews continue to battle out of control wildfires in the south. some spewing so thick that people in georgia and north carolina are advised to wear special drought in the region have made the fire difficult to control. in north carolina, more than a dozen fires are investigated as arson. still to come here this morning, making dreams come true. the trip of a lifetime for a local boy and why it means so very much to his family. it's 8:12 on this sunday
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>> now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch 9 forecast. >> the skies are clearing from north and west toward the south and east. and that trend continues as we speak here. a look at mount monadnock and you can see the blue skies in the background.
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great visibility. it's a nice start to the day and a little chilly in areas to the north and west and look at temperatures here in southeastern new hampshire. in the mid 40's because you had more clouds, thicker clouds overnight that kept in the milder temperatures. sunrise this morning with 6:37, rather. sunset, 4:23 this afternoon. that's an important stat for you, that sunset. because just before it is when the as the sunsets, the moon rises. the super one day one perhaps tonight and another one tomorrow night. here is your sunset time and moon rise in concord 4:15 when it just begins. between 4:00 and 5:00, and that's when it's most dramatic to check out and skies should be clear for you. high tide coming up this morning
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retreating into new hampshire mostly and they continue to push away and will move aside and allow the sunshine to step right in and dominate our day. another sunny day, and warmer today as well. yesterday, we topped off in the 40's, today we top off as much as 10 degrees warmer than yesterday. and less wind as well. lots of clear skies and sunshine on tap for most of the nation. it's the southeastern part of the u.s because this area of rainfall here will slowly move up the coast towards us and give us our next and best chance of rain for the entire week that comes up on tuesday. so, these clouds continue to clear away the next couple of hours and by mid to late morning,s we're all in the sunshine, temperatures rising and a very beautiful day with no patriots game this afternoon, not until this evening, perhaps you go outside and enjoy some of it or maybe after the wind blew
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in any case, great work for what you're doing, clear skies tonight and into tomorrow morning, tomorrow, more sunshine and warmer temperatures. a few clouds may just pass through at times tomorrow. that's about it. that's ahead of that system from south i showed you that will be pushing up, late monday night and into tuesday morning, and through the day on tuesday, the showers arrive, best chance for them is in the afternoon hours, they could arrive in the morning, but most of the bulk of it is in the afternoon and tuesday night and early high temperatures between 50 and near 60 degrees around the state with plenty of sunshine. a look at your lows for tonight. and i mentioned that patriots game. here is your kickoff temperature, it will be around 42 degrees and clear skies at 8:30 when they kick off the football and the temperatures will be falling through the 30's. tomorrow, what a day we have on tap. temperatures in the upper 50's and lower 60's in the southern half of the state and even well
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rain on tuesday and then clearing out after that. not a bad extended forecast for you at all. >> not at all, yeah. a second grader from swanzey is headed off to florida with his family. landon was granted through through make-a-wish. josh: and landon was really ready to get this trip started. >> complete with the police escort and white >> there he is! >> nine-year-old landon nash arrived at the boston airport in style. just the beginning of a week that he and his family will not soon forget. >> now you're going to go on the plane to disney and see mickey and miniie? yeah. >> landon and his family are headed to the place where wishes come true, the first time ever.
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couldn't wait to grant. >> we went to discuss what landon wanted, he want today meet mickey mouse. >> it's hard for his mom when he shows off his new mickey toy. in the beginning lan doesn't wasn't expected to get this far. >> just emotional, i'm happy for him. it's a once in a lifetime for him. >> landon lives with a rare disorder, pierre robben. >> when he was born they didn't know if he could see, walk, talk, hear, anything, and he's defeated that. >> defeated and then some. landon goes to school and uses sign language to speak. >> very good, very good. >> for too much of his life landon hasn't really had the chance to just be a kid. he's already been through more than two dozen surgeries. >> he's just been through anything and everything that a
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through. but for the next week, his only job is to be a nine-year-old. >> he's going shopping for mickey mouse toys. >> wmur news 9. amy: landon and his family will be staying at give kids the world. a nonprofit in florida. make-a-wish will provide the family with meals accommodations and tickets and he's especially looking forward to seeing winni the pooh. >> coming up next on news 9, therapy, how giving people a chance to get things off their chest. >> protests in the queen city.
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>> no matter your political views, this election season left many stressed. new york artist is making things easier. subway riders are given a post-it and a pen and given a chance to write their frustrations and leave them on the wall. election to give people the chance to get anything off their chest they want today. the artist hopes this is a simple way for people to move forward and look forward to the future. a mcdonald in michigan has hit a jackpot with employees. how a set of quintuplets ended up working at the same restaurant. >> workers at this mcdonald's in michigan have earned a reputation for teamwork. the high school students pitch
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they're also in sync in other ways. they share the same last name, and the same birthday. >> it's quite amazing to me, knowing that half of your work force is made up of people you're related to. >> the curtises are nonidentical quintuplets. lucas, the youngest born three minutes after brother leif was the first to work at mickey d's with sister lauren. the owner was i hard-working duo. >> she noticed how good job that lauren and i were doing there and wondered if we had other siblings and funny enough we did. >> i would go out on a limb and say we are the only mcdonald's that have quintuplets and probably will be the only ones. >> leif, in the kitchen, lauren the front counter and lindsey cleans up the lobby and dining
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sunday, sometimes all five are working, they would be at least half the shift. >> the five make it through most shifts without customers recognizing they're siblings. >> up until this point, nobody knew. you know, they don't-- they don't look a lot alike. >> the older they've gotten, the less alike they've looked. >> their unusual setup brings another advantage for their boss. if another employee calls out sick, it only takes one phone call replacements. i'm sean mcdonald, wmur news 9. amy: new research shows that more sunshine could help breast cancer patients. the study found those were breast cancer who had healthy levels of vitamin d had a better prognosis and less likely to relapse. you can get vitamin d by supplements or ten minutes to 15 minutes of sunshine a day.
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wear sunscreen. the a message people were trying to spread and what they were meant with. the warning of a new type of fentanyl hitting the streets.
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, it's 8:30, i'm a colebrook. 43 degrees at this hour. our top stories on the half hour. protesters against president-elect trump were met with supporters. they remained peaceful. another demonstration is scheduled for this evening in portsmouth. police are warning residents to watch out for sick, toes.
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today, believe it or not. bring a free item and get a free lift ticket. and we'll get to stories and more in a minute. first, let's check with josh judge with a look at today's forecast. hi. josh: i'm pretty high on this forecast, it's a nice one for you as we start off chilly to the north and west and mild with temperatures in the 40's around the merrimack valley, up the lake regions and up to the sea coast. look athe been here all night, first north and west and last, south and east, but over the next couple of hours, most of us should be in the sunshine, if not sooner. see the clouds breaking up, a lot of us by 9:00, 9:30. in the southeastern part of the state. you're seeing clouds elsewhere. speaking of which, a large area of clear skies is just to our west and enveloping a large part of the nation, so, that gives us our sunshine today and tomorrow,
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but there is one rain chance, we'll be talking about that, as well as the nice weather we see for today and the rising temperatures and all of that in a few minutes. >> just into our news room, crews are on the scene of a large brush fire in albany. the fire is here the highway and albany covered bridge. at least four surroundings towns helped to fight their it broke out yesterday afternoon around 4:00, no word how this fire started. the people across the country are protesting president-elect donald trump, including right here in new hampshire. at a peaceful rally in the queen city last night, protesters were opposed by a group of trump supporters. wmur's mike cronin with their message. >> protesters were out here more than three hours saturday night as the rallies continue across the granite state. >> on one side of the street,
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>> on the other side support for the president-elect. >> american lives matter! >> the divide in downtown manchester saturday night brought hundreds to city hall. >> the people united will never be defeated. >> as protesters take to the streets across america, this is at least the third anti-trump rally in the granite state over a span of 24 hours. supporters calling it an effort to isolated by trump's victory. >> whether they're scared to admit where they're from, scared to admit their sexuality, sexual orientation, they're scared. >> we're all human, just on different ends of the political spectrum. >> here to make sure a message of hate will not dominate the country. >> and crowds crew. >> build the wall! . feet away, people involved in a
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division needs to end. >> this is disgusting and it's wrong and i'm totally opposed to it. >> none of their rights are taken away, it's just media slander and everything, making it look like trump is a bad person, when in reality, it's uncalled for, you know? >> they can't accept the loss or the facts and making basis assumption about a trump presidency and he isn't president yet. >> meanwhile, the other protesters aren't ready to give up on delivering a message to trump. >> i'm hoping that influence on him that he doesn't enact all of those hateful campaign promises that he made. >> at times, there were signs of anger from both rallies, but again, there was no violence. >> in manchester, mike cronin, wmur news 9. >> tens of thousands of people marched in streets across the country last night staging the fourth day of protests of donald trump's victory as president. in new york, demonstrators marched in front of trump tower. two police officers were injured
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indianapolis. meanwhile after protests urned it violent. the mayor is urging people to stop. >> if you're upset about the election of donald trump and you want change, there are ways to do that. they don't involve taking to the streets with signs anymore. >> instead of protests, the mayor is urging portland residents to get involved in local organizations. >> a manchester auto shop is giving back to veterans this weekend. d and l auto made several car veterans. a nonprofit veterans isser have is organization helped the auto body shop find vets in need. >> i think they're very appreciative just as we are to them. you know? they-- it's a simple process and i just think it makes everybody happy and makes everybody feel good. >> this is the second year that the shop provided car maintenance for free. >> wmur is profiting with a nonprofit organization, home base for veterans telethon.
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today. it raises awareness to help veterans in our area. director josh mcelveen who is a veteran himself will be part of the effort for those who serve and now need help. >> we turn now to the new hampshire drug crisis, did you happen to notice the highway signs this week? they were up in 40 locations. and they partnered with new hampshire police to utilize d.o.t. to spread awareness. 's dea 360. new hampshire was selected to be part of a pilot program that will bring in federal dollars to the state in the help-- in the fight against opioids. more details about the three-pronged program are expected to be released this week. and now to a new warning from the dea about a deadly form of fentanyl heating the streets. it's tied to nearly 50 deaths, including one in new hampshire. jennifer cramton with more on
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taking to fight the drug. >> yet another deadly new drug has hit the streets. >> the u-47700. it's got names like pink, it's a synthetic opioid. similar to the synthetics in new hampshire. >> it's linked to 46 overdose deaths, one in the granite state. according to addiction and up at least once in the tests in state labs. >> it's a combination of drugs on the street and all are worrisome and significant. >> adding another layer for those who are addicted. does it worry you? >> yes. >> people aren't just trying to
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because it continues to grow. >> they may look at a potent substance as something that might kill them to the contrary, typically they gravitate toward it. >> the dea pleased u-47700 into schedule one of the controlled substances act which criminalizes its particular molecular analog. toxic mixes cooked up in labs feeding on the drug bringing fentanyl into the yaron a they're trying to profit from it. >> jennifer crompton, wmur news 9. >> this morning, hudson police are warning residents to watch out for sick foxes. police say they're seeing an increase in sick wildlife calls and have responded to 13 incidents since the end of september.
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who are ill. control animal control if you have concerns. grab your tennis shoes and mustache, for the annual stash dash. it raises money for prostate cancer research. runners are encouraged to wear a mustache and blue. it kicks off at 10 a.m. at stark brewing company. it's not even thanksgiving yet, but today brentwoods is opening its doors for a good cause, fighting hun skiers who bring in a nonperishable food item gets a free lift ticket. it's only open for the day and it will officially open for the season closer to thanksgiving. we hope you stay with us. the bruins are out on the road out west. could they hold off the coyotes last night? jason king has highlights next in sports. >> it started out cloudy and warming temperatures as well.
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>> and coming up on new
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>> welcome to new hampshire's business. i'm fred kocher. look at this headline, america on the edge. doesn't it say it all. a lot of uncertainty with the economy and we are going to talk to my resident economist in a minute, but first, let's look at
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these come from his senior policy advisor peter navarro, tax cuts corporate rate from 35% to 15%. moratorium on new regulations, lower energy costs on oil and gas and now these, increased exports and decrease imports. infrastructure spending on highways and cities. repeal the affordable care act. and a focus on economic growth and that's what mr. trump maybe what some of the priorities ought to be is russell thibeault professor of applied economic research here in new hampshire. welcome. >> good to be here. >> nice to have you back. when you were sitting there seeing that trump was going to win, you're an economist so from a professional standpoint what was your reaction? >> i think it's not economics as usual the last five or six years. it's been boring to talk about the economy, but with the kind
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he made 25 million jobs the next at the point years, gdp growth averaging 3 1/2% growth in the city, it's anything, but business as usual in terms of the economy. >> how do those items that we just had up on the screen from his economic plan, what would you prioritize that would really cause the most growth? >> i think the two items on there that are probably most significant for the economy are tax cuts because into the consumer's pockets right away. and a big drop in the corporate tax rates and tax cuts across the board as well and the second thing is infrastructure spending which would have an impact. >> a lo the of criticism from his plan from economic forecasting firms that it would cost the economy a trillion dollars and other 4 million
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>> it's ironic. the economist magazine say the repercussions from trump's plan are enormous. and mark zandi, says it's not cataclysmic and the bottom line we don't know. this as after trump's erection was self-evident market dropped 5% and then opened the next day up. >> let me put this on the screen. this shows wages in this country, a recent graph, are rising the fastest in years, so in reality, russ, the economy is improving with wages rising and more jobs, but this is something that trump has not acknowledged. >> that's right and it's also something that's not felt across the board. wages are rising, but not for everybody.
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trade policies in the united states and we saw that in the election, some of the midwestern states that really turned the corner from being in a democratic camp, to the trump camp. and so wages on the average are going up, but that doesn't mean they're going up for everybody. >> what are you going to look for in this trump presidency from an economic point of view? what are you going to look for interest this administration that you think would make a difference? >> i think getting jobs back onto the united states would be very important. hitting some of the targets that he set or coming close to sitting some of the targets that he set in terms of growth, in terms of job growth, in terms of wage growth would be significant. >> russell, applied economics research, thank you. >> thank you, fred. >> if you want to listen to some again, that's good analysis, go to wmur.com and on the page since we redid the website, go up to the top left to menu, and
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hampshire's business. >> now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch 9 forecast. >> well, good sunday morning, thank you for i think us here -- thank you for joining us here and it's turning into a delightful morning. we have more clouds in eastern new hampshire, but we all had clouds overnight. a beautiful shot, 45 degrees, mid 40's to start this morning is a fairly here in most of the regions from about the lakes region on south and east, and you get farther to the west and the temperature is still in the 30's to the north and the west. the wind, if i rememberly -- fairly light and that's pretty much how they stay. much less breezy and windy than the last couple of days. you may hear an occasional wind gust there, but not much to
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of the sunshine and decreasing of the skies to the cloud, rather, and the wind will be calming and temperatures going up by about 5 to 10 degrees from yesterday. so, overall, it translates into a nice day by lunchtime and beyond. the temperature have warmed up enough it's becoming fairly comfortable out there. the brightest white clouds, the thickest clouds, you can see them retreating and breaks in the clouds moving in and we will all b ob if you're not seeing those skies. high pressure off to the west and it's really taken over a large portion of the nation. one exception is down here in the southeastern part of the states, largely south carolina. that will make its way up the coast the next couple of days. while we enjoy the sunshine,
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tuesday. our next and really only best chance of rain showers for this upcoming week is tuesday. there's those clouds disappearing for today. plenty of sunshine. and if you're going to be watching that super moon i'll have details in a second. look at clear skies for this evening during the overnight hours as well. tomorrow morning looking good and sunny and clear with a few clouds passing on through. tomorrow evening for the second moon rise, it should be fairly clear, but clouds will be approaching for that system that it out. there's a look at that rain, off and on showers, maybe a do you know pour or two. the superman, everybody wants to know about this and the moon will be rising as the sun is setting. what makes it a super moon. first of all, it's the closest and brightest of super moons in october, november, and december, buts this the best one of them
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la largest since 2004. temperatures will be into the 50's near 60 degrees and upper 50's and low 60's for tomorrow until showers move in. now check out the scores. >> jason king with sports. jason: dartmouth and unh were both at home on saturday and h new hampshire they lose to albany. albany rushed for 298 yard, a school record. and scored three touchdowns. dartmouth, their quarterback, hengan, set a single game program record with 440 passing yards. it wasn't enough as brown wins that one, 24-21. plymouth state, they finish with a 6-4 record, overall.
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finish with the first winning season since 2010 and st. anselm lose at aic. bruins and coyotes, the passernak with a with un-- one-timer, they play at colorado tonight. the monarchs in reading. diamond scored two goals and added assist, they win 6-4. they're off until they'll host reading in manchester. unh at home with arizona state. the first period kellerher scores, ties it. and shane yzerman gets one for the wildcats. they take a 4-2 lead. they score this one in overtime and arizona state takes it 5-4 in ot. unh back at it this afternoon
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isaiah thomas scored 23 points including boston's final 8 and the celtics beat the pacers in indiana 105-99. olenik, and boston plays in north northerlied-- new hampshire. and the top three g from new hampshire. jacqueline of exeter became the first girl from exeter high school to win a new england cross-country championship and first from new hampshire since 2006. congratulations to her. for the football scores and highlights from yesterday's high school playoff action, go to our website, wmur.com/fnf. and the patriots, they play the seahawks tonight on prime time. that's sports, back to you.
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morning, a judge is trying to make court less stressful and brings his dog.
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ready to light up. >> it's hard to believe, right? a christmas tree arrived at rockefeller center in manhattan yesterday morning. the 94 foot long norway spruce was cut down on thursday. it's the second tallest tree to grace rockefeller center. it's set to take place on november 30th of this year, wow, it's close. >> it is indeed. he's not exactly an attorney, but he's serving as counsel in a as >> meet finnigan, judge johnson's door and he's the dog and going to juvenile court every day. when the judge sees the stress that families and children deal with in his courtroom. he hopes the simple addition of finnigan will help people turn their lives around. it's a good idea. amy: definitely, love it, smart. josh: here is a good idea. get outside and enjoy sunshine
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hasn't already where you are. temperatures make it into the 50's and some parts of new hampshire could make it to upper 50's and lower 60's, it's been an amazing couple of days here. some showers on tuesday and happy to get some rain and then it's mild again for the rest of the weekend, and that's the only day this week where we have the chance. >> cold at night though. cold at night.
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. good morning, this morning, trump transition. the president-elect holed up in trump tower to choose his cabinet. who's on the short list to help run the government and the name that could cause an uproar as trump reveals whether he'll kick his twitter coast to coast, demonstrators sending their message to the president-elect. michael moore right on trump's doorstep. >> haven't stopped me yet. >> this confrontation turning ugly. protesters hauled away in handcuffs. hung jury. jurors deadlocked trying to decide the fate of a white former police officer accused of murder in the death of an unarmed black driver. >> stop, stop.

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