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>> now on news 9, it's the holiday season. how many people turned out for the nashua holiday stroll and how officials made sure everyone stayed safe. >> laid to rest, loved ones said a final goodbye to the girl once known as baby doe. how the community mourned her memory. >> the sunshine returns and so does the chill. how low will temperatures tip in the coming days. amy: and planned parenthood shooting, how the community is remembering a fallen officer. >> no one covers news like we
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now, wmur news 9. amy: today a november 29th, i'm amy coveno. first, jo shall -- josh judge with a look at the weather. you came back? >> absolutely, it's sunny again. the skies will be turning into sunshine as we see sunrise today. 16 chilly degrees in colebrook. it's a chilly start of the day and it will be chilly for the next several days. 16 in berlin and 20's throughout the granite state this morning, but the skies have been gradually clearing overnight and that turns into a lot of sunshine as the front that brought us the rain yesterday has pushed to our south. high pressure building down. it's coming down from canada and that means it's bringing cooler air. here is a look at temperatures to expect for today. lower and mid 30's in northern new hampshire and lower half of the 40's in the state for today, but lots of sunshine. it continues for a while, but so
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does the cooler conditions and air. talk about that and look at the week ahead in a few minutes. >> new this morning, new hampshire fish and game officers found lost climbers on two separate mountains. the first call before 5:30 yesterday evening. two people were reported on mount madison. fish and game officers say the hikers forgot to pack lights, but thanks to two-way radios and other hikers, the pair was located and hiked to safety. a second report of a hiker in need of help came in. a 37-year-old fell on huntington ravine injuring his leg. they used an atv it bring the man down the mountain. police received a call about a
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she says she was assaulted by julio vargas. also in nashua, a man faces assault and domestic violence in a separate case. a woman telling police she had been threatened with a knife allegedly about her exhouse, javier suares. an emotional goodbye to the little girl known to millions around the world, baby doe. the girl's body washed up at deer island inside a trash bag. she was laid to yes. serra congi tells us. >> i'm sure she went to heaven already. with a handmade quilt, she said goodbye. her body was found in a bag
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washed ashore deer island in win throne. she blame -- she became known as baby doe, and she was bella bond, the victim of abuse. her mother and michael mccarthy have been charged in her death. >> this has been a long process for many people in the community. >> house speaker organized a special mass for the community to mourn her memory. >> it had as good feeling as she rests she can look down and say, that shoo he was loved and loved by an awful lot of people. >> ever since her body was found on winthrop's deer island, this community stepped up to honor the girl's memory and now winthrop is bella bond's phenal resting place. >> she touched so many hearts. >> i am feeling relieved that fella is put to rest.
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her paternal great-grandmother. >> she's looked upon as a daughter of our town, as a daughter of winthrop and i dare say the daughter of the commonwealth and beyond. amy: here in new hampshire, more details now. a keene business man injured in a boating accident in the caribbean is recovering at mass general hospital in boston this morning. john binnie, the owner of elm street market, he broke both pelvis. they hope he'll be transferred to the rehabilitation center in keene. well, 32,000 people attended the nashua holiday stroll. the city stepped of security in light of the national terrorism
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lighting. wmur's mike cronin has a recap. >> the tree is lit, just one of several attractions in downtown nashua saturday as thousands flooded the streets. >> there was a festive chill in the air. the force was strong with these ice sculptures, holiday cheer filled the streets in nash with stroll. saturday's rain moved out by nightfall allowing tens of thousands of people to enjoy without umbrellas. >> glad they're holding it because i was nervous for rain and glad they're doing it, kids love it. >> we'll come back for sure, not just because of these festivities, but to check out the shopping and the restaurants. >> santa claus led the march down main street and some children started their christmas lists. >> a doll. >> do you know what you're going to ask for santa claus? >> yes.
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>> i want chubby puppies. >> we've got a host of musical acts on several stages, over 75 acts around downtown and of course, our great dining and shopping, which is a main stray here every day. >> organizers planned for 30,000 people and great american downtown added 20 police to patrol and a k-9 was checking the area. >> we have deal enhanced the safety protocols for this event. >> officials say increased security ensured everyone enjoyed the night without any issues. >> safety is a top priority just below that is fun, of course. >> we saw a couple around here, and you feel better. >> there has been a lot of police around, right now, everyone is well behaved and seems to be having a good time, so, it's probably a good safety measure. >> with the tree now lit and santa claus coming to town. the holiday season is in full swing in the gate city. >> merry christmas. >> so, it was a fun night and it was a safe night.
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police say there were no incidents. in nashua, mike cronin, wmur, news 9. >> a brave boy battling brain cancer was the grand marshall in the parade saturday. levi witness levi wittcomb was diagnosed. and left him with challenges. he's currently receiving speech therapy. it gave him a reason to smile. >> i'd like to say thank you so much because getting all of that joy and all, seeing all of my friends is really bringing me back to who i am. >> the surrounding communities have just-- their outpouring of support has, you know, brought me to tears at some points because the generosity is just aunderstanding.
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being the grand marshal. >> and santa stopped by to light the community christmas tree. you can visit santa's hut for free during visiting hours through christmas eve. the epping community came together to celebrate the life of ryan o'day on what would have been his 29th birthday. ryan o'day was a special education teacher at epping special education, and he died in april waiting for a heart transplant. 100% of the proceeds will go to graduating seniors. >> next on news 9 this morning. new information about the alleged gunman in the fatal planned parenthood shooting in colorado. latest details ahead. >> world leaders descending on paris despite extraordinary
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back. a look at the clearing skies over goffstown as those skies clear and it means sunshine for sunday and cooler, too. we'll talk about the chilly temperatures the next few days and our next chance for rain. >> new developments this morning out of colorado where three people were shot and killed at a planned parenthood facility friday. police say the suspected shooter, 57-year-old robert news deer made a comment about, quote, no more baby parts shortly after his arrest. officials say it's too early to determine a motive. nine others were injured in the shooting. among the dead, a massachusetts native. and garrett swasey of melrose from the scene. new hampshire's response to the tragedy in colorado.
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in pennsylvania after a police officer was shot and killed while responding to a domestic this happened last night. a woman called 911, reported an on fire. the officer responded to the home and was shot. the suspect fled into the woods. >> heavy security in paris today. nearly 150 world leaders are arriving for the start of the u.n. climate change summit that capital. president obama is due to arrive in paris later today. the summit will be the largest in france since 1948. 3000 troops are expected to be deployed at the climate conference. the national security agency, nsa is expected to end its sweeping collection of america's phone records today. the controversial program began 14 years ago under george w. bush and kept secret until edward snowden leaked its
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existence in june of 2013. and president obama signed an order to took away the authorities to take the record. it expires today. still to come for the love of pie. how a sweet potato pie is taking the internet by storm. >> it's 6:15 on a sunday morning. you're looking live, the city of manchester.
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>> now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch 9 forecast. >> well, good sunday morning and here we go with a bit of a chillier start today than the last couple of mornings out there. as the cooler air mass is pushing in. however, it does bring pretty stable weather for the next few days as well. so, it's a bit of a trade-off i guess. there's your temperatures in the teens and 20's in the northern part of the state and the rest of new hampshire in the 20's. very cool out there if you're headed out this morning, you'll need to bundle up for sure, as you go through the day, you'll need a jacket handy as well. those winds though, the good news, they're coming out of the northwest, pretty light, not a windy day out there. it's a chilly air mass overhead, but it will be equalized out a bit by the fact we'll see a lot more sunshine for today. in fact, mostly sunny skies and thin clouds otherwise, mostly sunny skies as the front that
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brought us the rain and clouds yesterday has sunk to our south and the air mass to our north is coming down. that's why chillier air is moving in. because this area of high pressure slipping down from canada and bringing with it, its arctic chill out there. not quite arctic, but starting up and modifies as it comes down. it's taking over a good portion of the middle and the northeast part of the united states. and so, bringing cold air down even into southern parts of the united states. so, you can see that front has pushed down to our south here, clouds in the southern part of new england and then they continue to push southward, but as we go through the day today you'll see that sunshine continue through the day. winds will be light. a fine day for being outside and on the cool side. chilly tonight, even colder than last night and this morning, we see plenty of sunshine. highs, topping off in the 30's for your monday.
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approaching and the sun gradually fades over to clouds. now, the rain showers old off on tuesday until late day or likely in the evening, southwestern new hampshire, perhaps a few drops before the sunset, but otherwise, we all see the rain move in during the nighttime hours and heavier downpours a possibility through the night and day on wednesday and then clearing away by thursday. here is a look at your high temperatures for today. it's certainly not all that warm out there, but as i mentioned, the wind won't be that bad. those temperatures topping off in the lower to mid 30's in northern new hampshire and central and southern new hampshire, lower to mid 40's and then chilly skies for tonight. as you can see, a cold one, teens for many places overnight lows and tomorrow will rebound into the 30's and temperatures come back up a little bit mid week or so and that's when the rain arrives as well. our one rain event. wednesday and clearing away in time for late weekend, next weekend.
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a lot of sunshine in our future except for mid week. >> we can handle that. how was your thanksgiving. did you have pie? >> a little too much, actually. >> i'll never tell. >> we're talking about a pie so popular, but what turned patti labelle's sweet potato pie made one reviewing sing like patty. >> he and the by have become-- >> i want to say jeanne moos, i want to say moose, but moos. >> it's pie that flies. >> off the shelf at wal-mart. patty's sweet potato pay by none other than patti labelle. >> eat my pie. >> patty ie pattie, this guy did. >> oh, yeah .
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you'll turn into patti after this. >> there was a phenomenon this isn't how it was supposed to end . patti labelle has a cookbook and three days after singing the praising of her $3.48 pie you are my friend >> wal-mart says it sold a pie a second. you don't see me holding a pie because it's nearly impossible to get them. check out wal-mart's website, out of stock, out of stock, out of stock, and i'll be gone >> james is a hair dresser and entertainer in l.a., after his review got millions of views, he got a special phone call. >> patti had a distinctive voice and she was like james, and i said patti. other like forever.
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she said you're an awesome singer and awesome individual, she said, child, you're going far. >> she's invited him to spend a day with her. james' review inspired others. this guy called his mom after the first bite. >> i'm going to have to say miss patti pie is better than yours. >> everybody is hung up on patti's sweet potato pie when i get to heaven i hope they have patti pie . jeanne moos. amy: i think that james' hair dressing days are done. josh: don't you think she owes him the biggest thank you. a day together, but millions off his review. amy: our producer tried to bring in a patti labelle pie and she watched a lady in wal-mart take the last one.
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coming up next, granite state made. making memories one glass object at a time and this morning, coming together how the colorado springs community is remembering
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>> throughout the month of november. we've been featuring local businesses that make unique products here in the granite state. today we head to monadnock
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get in on the fun. >> the glass blowing studio is off route 202 in jaffery. it was launched in december, 2011 by dominique casey and her parents. >> we were looking to do glass blowing and there was no place local. and we decided to start a studio and people would have the experience of blowing glass. >> they take time to showing us one of the popular pieces at terrapin, glass piggy banks, they torch it and physically blow it out. and timing is everything. >> the glass gets cold, it's going to crack. it's starting to form. >> not only does terrapin make and teach glass blowing, they bring in other local artists to
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teach their crafts. >> we have a fuse glass artist, a flame working artist, blacksmithing, stone working, and mixed media. so, it's really great. exciting. one of the more special pieces terrapin have are custom memorials. >> they send us a little bit of ashes and i can puts them in memorials and might help with their grief or their loss and give them something special and beautiful to remember their loved ones by. >> it's urns and jewelry. the cost is just $25, but you must sign up ahead of time. >> erin fehlau, wmur, news 9. the only item that people can offer off terrapin's website. for more information, visit
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here is a look at what's coming up in your next news 9. the latest on a shooting at planned parenthood in colorado and the chilling words that the gunman said after being taken into custody. volunteers spent the day remembering those who fought for our freedom. we head into the break with a look in manchester. josh judge has got your
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the truth is you can't change a corrupt system by taking its money. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message. join us for real change. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, it's 6:30, i'm amy coveno. we begin with a live look along the seacoast. portsmouth 27 degrees, here are top stories on the half hour. colorado spring mourning the
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alleged gunman robert dear was found. and a starved pit bull, hope is gaining weight and meeting new people. she weighed just 27 pounds when she was rescued. >> the town of amherst honored veterans by placing wreaths at their graves. the tradition happens after thanksgiving. we will he get to those stories and more. let's check with josh judge. it's cold this morning. >> it will be colder in the nights at this time. 30 degrees, that's outdated a little bit. 23 degrees in meredith as you can see right there on the map. the thermometer is not working at the airport and same with keene, maybe the cold air knocked them out. the temperatures in the 20's in most spots and some teens in the northern part of the state. that's where there's a few clouds.
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for the most part it's clear to mostly clear, clouds hugging onto northern new hampshire and sunshine on the way, thanks to the front pushing to the so ut and bringing down the chilly air and low and mid 40's in central and southern new hampshire. we'll talk about the upcoming week and how long the chilly air lasts and when the rain returns. amy: we begin with breaking news, investigating a crash around 4:00 this morning at lake and union. six people needed medical attention and rescue crews had to use the jaws of life to remove at least two of the victims. we are in contact with manchester fire and we'll bring you the latest as soon as we get it. anticipate road closures. mourning the loss of three people killed in friday's shooting at a planned parenthood location.
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from our sister station, koat remembered. >> many people have been making their way back to the site of the deadly shooting, leaving flowers and momentos to pay respects to the victims including one who gave up his life trying to save as many people as he could. >> university of colorado, colorado springs police officer, garrett swasey was just 44 years old. the six year veteran was one of those gunned down allegedly at the hand of robert dear. swasey was an accomplished figure skater and leaves behind a son and daughter. >> and it could have been worse, but for the unbelievable response by the police department. >> bullets flew inside a colorado springs planned parenthood as authorities say they exchanged gunfire with dear. 12 people shot, three dead before dear finally surrendered.
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>> we're here to find comfort in one another's company, to gather together as humans have done since the dawn of time. >> people gathered at the unitarian church finding support of one another. >> i'm here in heartbreak that i'm disheartened by the rhetoric of violence. >> in the meantime, authorities are trying to understand why all of this happened. >> we do not expect to know the names of the other two victims who were killed her at least until monday, the same day that robert dear is expected to face a judge for the first time. i'm mike springer. >> one of the victims, university of colorado, colorado springs police officers garrett swasey is a native of melrose, mass. swasey went to the clinic to help police officers when he learned of the shooting.
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he graduated from melrose high 1989, a champion figure skater well-known in new england. he leaves behind a wife and two children. >> david called me a couple of hours before it came on the news last night so i didn't have to hear it or read the news. >> that was olympian nancy kerrigan, she says that garrett's father reached out to her, kerrigan says they spent every day at the rink and she remembered him as caring and passionate about life. >> and saying in part, our thoughts and prayers are with the families of people who are harmed and we are grateful to the law enforcement agency and planned parenthood staff who handled this with strength and professionalism. planned parenthood has security in place.
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>> a caller threatened seven wal-mart stores. with appears to be an automated message from a man. wal-mart's in bitterford, scarborough and skau kegan have been given the all clear, it's unclear with holeton, kalas and windham, maine are still shut down. and hope, the pit bull found starving over four weeks ago, she's now on the road to recovery, lost my way animal shelter has been going on walks and meeting new people and when someone found hope on the train tracks, she weighed a mere 27 pounds. they're trying to figure out how hope's former owner was. >> two dogs are safe thanks to the salem fire department. they found a lost doing near a retention bond. they called and told the fire
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was lost as well. they heard a whimpering and found the puppy. both dogs are home safe with their owners. moving on to commitment 2016 coverage this morning. a handful of presidential hopefuls, martin o'malley and bernie sanders will be stumping in the queen city and the republican candidates are back on the campaign trail after the thanksgiving holiday. donald trump appeared in a rally where thousands turned out to see him. one person was removed for heckling. rival ben carson is overseas in jordan and spent the day visit syria. and laying holiday wreaths at their graves. more than a dozen volunteers visited the five cemeteries to
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this is organized by maria garella. laying each wreath takes a minute and means so much to veterans and their families. >> in amherst, 470 veterans all done by volunteers. >> and maria mentioned this, i thought it was important, what had a wonderful thing she's doing, what a wonderful thing for amherst to do. another good champ, not just sitting back and saying thank you, for getting engaged. >> the wreaths will be displayed on the graves until may. we hope you stay with us. next, the unh hockey team played bentley. could the wildcats get a win? jason king has had an update in sports. away. we see clearing skies and temperatures on the cool side. talk about how long that condition lasts coming up. >> coming up in new hampshire's business.
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>> welcome to new hampshire's business, i'm fred kocher. let me show you a statistic and any business looking at the stat should sit up and take notice. 50% of small businesses have been the target of a cyber attack. there are 34,529 known computer incidents each day. now, look at this. the majority of data breaches happen by virtue of accident, mistake, or misfortune instead of malicious attack, usually by an employee, and then this, on average, 200 days pass before a company is aware of a breach. all information that businesses should pay attention to and my guest does pay attention because he is cameron schilling, chair of privacy and data security at mclane middleton law firm based in manchester. >> nice to have you here. >> cyber security, what are we talking about? >> the security of date that that's protected. in particular, health information or personal
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a lot of this type of information about their customers, vendors, suppliers, takely, name and combination with an account number or social security number. >> now, new hampshire business review publication had a cyber security forum recently and you were the main speaker there. one of the things you said was it's employees that make mistakes and cause a majority of the breaches, it isn't the russians or the chinese. >> exactly correct. we hear a lot on the news about attacks by hackers, but the reality is, that the vast majority of the breaches still occur because an employee has lost a laptop or opened an e-mail that they shouldn't have opened. this is not employee malice, it's just mistake or a lack of knowledge, really. >> hackers have become increasingly sophisticated and creative how they get people to
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click on something. >> exactly, particularly in the news recently was a phishing attack that was very, very highly coordinated. the attackers acquired knowledge about when, say, a cfo or a ceo would be out of the office and then during that time would send an e-mail from their e-mail account to a controller or something like that and ask for a transfer of money. it's a very sophisticated, very creative attack that was very successful. >> and you're also saying that particularly vulnerability is with the mobile devices? >> yes, still, i think, the greatest number of breaches that are caused by employees are caused by either the loss or the theft of an unencrypted device like a laptop, a mobile phone, a tablet or like a flash drive. in fact, i think the statistic is that some 60,000, plus, laptops are stolen from
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laguardia in a given year, just one airport. still by far the largest cause of breach. >> wow, wow. what does a business do? what should a business be doing to protect itself from those kinds of attacks? >> every business is a bit different. so, for every business, the answer is to did a risk assessment, to identify the vulnerabilities of the business. every business will look at a lot of the same areas, particularly their technical security around the servers or around their laptops or around their passwords. there will be a look at a security. and the fact that their server rooms are unsecure or that they have back doors that are not adequately secured with key code. for every business, it will be a process of identifying what the vulnerabilities are and then putting a checklist together, to figure out what patches they need to make. and then implementing them.
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>> training employees is critical. in fact, businesses will adopt a written policy that's required by a variety of state and federal laws and then teach employees, because, just as employees and each employee is a potential threat. each employee is also a potential security mechanism. >> right, right, we're out of time. cameron schilling, who is a chair of the private and data security practiced at the mclane law firm, all too short, but i think we made the point. >> great. >> if you want to see the interview again, go to wmur.com and click on news or click on-- and then click on project economy. >> now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch 9 forecast. >> it's a sunday and we're seeing clearing skies out there. temperatures are going to be on the cool side the next couple of days, around, actually, a little above, or below, rather, average for a change the next couple of days around here, but it won't be any bad weather.
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right now in manchester and 28 chilly degrees and that wind is not very strong, they're not a real problem, northwest, about 5 miles per hour right now in the manchester area and there's the temperatures around the rest of the state. a couple of those thermometers not working at the airports. the f.a.a. maintains those, so, hopefully they'll get on and get those fixed. temperatures in the 20's across much of the state. northern new hampshire, teens and 20's, so, yeah, it's chilly out there for sure. the good news, as i mentioned a minute ago. the winds are not bad. coming down out of the northwest at 5 to 15 miles per hour. even atop mount washington, not that bad out there and we'll take a look at what's to come over the next few days, and it's really a pretty calm weather pat pattern pattern, chilly air and a cold one. chilly now and tonight gets colder. it's possible some areas of the north country reached down into
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week begins with sunshine, but some rain arrives. you can always use rain lately and that will be tuesday night through much of the day on wednesday, until wednesday night before that system begins to pull away. clear skies, a few clouds in the mountains to the north and as we widen the view, you can see the big picture is an area of high pressure here which has pushed this front down to the south and that drags down cooler air from canada and sticks around for a couple of days until that next rain system arrives. there's a look at colder air, and so, yeah, it's cold and bright today. and the sun counter acts the colder air. and futurecast here to show the sunshine continuing on. clear skies, a pretty nice day and dress up for the proper fashion. mostly clear and cold as i mentioned, 20's and teens, everywhere in the state except for northern new hampshire where you could get down into the
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single digits. tuesday, we start off with sunshine in the beginning and clouds thicken up and here comes the rain showers, it should hold off, until after dark, tuesday night into wednesday morning and much of the day wednesday, maybe scattered showers. so, here is a look at temperatures to expect for today. 30's to the north and 40's elsewhere, tonight as i out there. you can see a lot of places headed down into the teens for tonight. ahead. tuesday night into wednesday and that's the next rainy period and then windy and chillier as we head towards thursday. check out what happened on the fields yesterday. >> now, jason king and news 9 sports. >> we're going to start with football and the fcs playoffs. including the wildcats for the 12th consecutive season. they're in the post season and took on a much improved colgate team.
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and a completed pass from gold rich to o'connor, but he fumbles and the raiders were in business. james holland gets his first of four touchdowns on the afternoon. he rushed for 95 yards. and four scores, colgate took a 27-6 lead into the fourth quarter. unh actually scored two late touchdowns, but too little, too late. colgate, they win it 27-20. and unh, their season ends with a record of 7-5. the raiders beat the wildcats and they go on to face james madison in the second round next week. the patriots are in denver to take on a very good broncos team and defense that will not have to face danny amendola. he injured his knee defense the buffalo bills and on saturday ruled out for tonight's game. he will not play, so tom brady's weapons on the high powered offense are dwindling fast. we'll see how they do.
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hockey, unh hosting bentley for the first time ever last night. tied at one. dan-- down one, dan gets a goal to tie the game at one. the game went back and forth. unh broke ties of 3-3 and 4-4 the game winner was in the third period to break a 4-4 tie and the wildcats win 5-4. their next weekend they will play a home and home series with the maine black bears. dartmouth skate today a ranked tie with michigan last night. buffalo made 37 saves, his first career start for the big green. and beating the admirals. manchester back at home next
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against reading beginning on friday night. there you go, that's sports, have a great sunday. amy: thank you, jason king. ahead, we know the peanut gang, right? can you guess how long they've been on television? start thinking. we've got the answer just ahead. now to our u local hot shot. people watching the christmas parade in wolfeboro, right? looks like a big crowd.
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when they told me that i was diagnosed with cancer, all i could think of was my kids and that i didn' t want to leave them. i beat cancer, but it is still scary. now i have a pre-existing condition. so, if republicans take away obamacare, breast cancer survivors like me could be denied coverage. if hillary's in the white house, she's going to continue obamacare, so that i don' t have to worry anymore. i trust her, and i know she's going to fight for all of us. i'm hillary clinton,
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>> josh a piece of history celebrating a golden anniversary. >> it's five decades ago. >> we are so old. >> and a charlie brown christmas. oh, just me. josh: there for the first time, five decades ago on television. the special marked the first time the iconic character and friends created by charles schulz, should i say charles m schultz came to life on tv. next half hour we'll have the son of the peanuts cartoonist. amy: that you cans about-- >> yeah, how it became a tradition. i can't talk, sorry. amy: it is a tradition now, isn't it? you hear that theme music and everybody gravitates to the living room. josh: i just watched the thanksgiving one and now the
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amy: santa took to the waves in cocoa beach. josh: santa cruised around on the jet ski and posed ashore for pictures with kids. amy: he's not as plausible in florida, i'm sorry. josh: awful skinny, too, doesn't seem right. a kick look at your forecast, it's going to be answer the next couple of days and more details coming up in your forecast. amy: the news does continue at the top of the hour. up next, a little girl finally laid to rest and how the
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>> now on news 9, it's the holiday season, how many people turned out for the nashua holiday stroll and how officials made sure everyone stayed safe. laid to rest. >> loved ones side a final goodbye to the girl once known as baby doe. how the community mourned her memory. josh: i'll look at how low the temperatures dip in the next couple of days. amy: planned parenthood shooting, how the community is remembering a fallen officer. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, new hampshire. it's 7:00 on sunday, november 29th.
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i'm amy coveno. let's get a check of the morning forecast quickly. josh judge in the weather center tracking cold temps. >> yeah, it's chilly out there. tomorrow, it will be colder. colebrook, where it's 14 degrees. and across northern new hampshire and central and southern new hampshire not far behind has the temperatures are in the 20's as well this morning. pretty much everywhere in the 20's or the teens with mainly clear skies, a few clouds in northern new hampshire, but most have pushed themselves as well as the rain to the south thanks to the high pressure building in. the high temperatures will be cooler and don't get out of the low to mid 30's, southern parts of the state lower and mid 40's. look at the sunshine that we'll enjoy not only today, but the next couple of days. we'll tell you when that comes to an end in your forecast in a few minutes. amy: new this morning. new hampshire fish and game officers found lost climbers.
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two people were reported missing on mount madison, when it got dark. fish and game officers said they forgot to back light which made finding them difficult. after information to other hikers, the pair was located and hiked to safety. a few minutes after the first call, the second report of hiker needing help came in and a 37-year-old fell on huntington ravine. officers used an a -- mountains. police received a call last week about a woman yelling for help on palm street. when officers arrived. a woman said she was assaulted by julio vargas and taken to the southern new hampshire medical center for nonlife threatening injuries. a man was facing assault and domestic violence charges in a separate case. a woman telling police she had been threatened by someone with a knife. the woman was not injured. an emotional goodbye to the little girl known by millions
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around the world as baby doe. the two-year-old's body was discovered washed up on deer island inside a trash bag last summer. bella bond was laid to rest in a private funeral saturday. sera congi are telling how family and friends are remembering her. >> i'm sure she's gone to heaven already, but with her body put to rest. >> with a handmade quilt over her casket, her father and others said goodbye for the burial of the toddler who touched lives. the two-year-old's body was washed up on deer island. they learned that baby doe was bella bond, the victim of abuse. her mother and michael mccarthy are charged in bella's death.
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>> house speak are robert deleo organized a special mass so the memory. >> that gives us some good feeling that she rests she can look down and say, you know, that she was loved and that she people. >> since her body was found on winthrop's deer island, the community has stepped up to honor the girl's memory and now winthrop is bella bond's final resting place. >> she touched so many hearts. >> i am feeling relieved that bella is finally being put to rest. >> bella will be buried next to her paternal great-grandmother in a town that hopes to bring peace to the child's life. >> and she's looked upon by as a daughter of winthrop. >> and more details now about a keene businessman injured in a boating accident in the caribbean. he's recovering at mass general
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hospital in boston this morning. john binnie the owner of elm street market was hit by a speed boat, broke both shoulder blades and ribs and shattered his pelvis. family and friends donated $8,000 to help cover his medical costs. 32,000 people attended the night. the city stepped up security in the wake of the terror attacks worldwide and police say there were no problems. roads were closed and thousands filled main street to watch the tree lighting. wmur's mike cronin has a recap. >> the tree is lit. just one of several attractions in downtown nashua saturday as thousands flooded the streets. >> there was a festive chill in the air outside much city hall where the force was strong with
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holiday cheer filled nashua. the rain moved out so people could enjoy it without umbrellas. >> i'm glad they're doing it, kids love it. >> we'll come back for sure not because of the festivities, but restaurants. >> santa claus led the march down main street and some >> a doll. >> do you know what you're going to ask from santa for christmas? >> yeah. >> what's that? >> i want dhub chubby puppies. >> we've got a whole host of musical acts on several stages over 75 acts are out downtown. of course, our great dining and shopping, a mainstay every day. >> organizers planned for 30,000 people and great american downtown added 20 police officers to patrol. a state police k-9 was also checking the area. >> we have definitely enhanced
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>> officials say increased security ensured everybody enjoyed the night without issues. >> safety is a top priority, below that is fun, of course. >> we saw a couple around here, but it's been better. >> it have been police around and everybody is well behaved and having a good time. >> with the tree now lit and santa claus coming to town, the holiday season is in full swing in the gate city. >> merry christmas! >> so it was a fun night and it was a safe night. police say there were no incidents. in nashua, mike cronin, wmur news 9. >> coming up on news 9 this morning, new information about the alleged gunman in the planned parenthood shooting in colorado.
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>> we are following breaking news. manchester police are investigating a serious crash that involved multiple vehicles around 4:00 this morning. right now, lake avenue and union street are shut down because of the crash. we're joined live on the phone by al pullen. what can you tell us about the situation there? >> approximately 4 a.m. this morning, we received a call for a multi-vehicle which involved two vehicles crashed at the intersection of union and lake avenue. upon arrival we had four victims in one vehicle and two victims in the second vehicle. we used the jaws of life extrication to remove two victims and four victims in the s.u.v. are serious condition and the other two victims were
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transported to the hospital. >> chief pullen, this crash happened three hours ago, but the roads in the area are closed. any estimation when things may clear there? >> i suspect it will be at lengthy time. the police department is investigating the accident right now. it was of a serious nature and the intersection will be closed for-- until their investigation is concluded. amy: deputy chief al pullen on the phone with us this morning, we thank you so much for the update. we will, of course, continue to follow the story all morning long and bring you the latest as it comes in. to new developments out of colorado three people were shot and killed at a planned parenthood facility on friday. police say the suspected shooter, 57-year-old robert lewis dear made a comment about quote, no more baby parts shortly after his arrest. officials say it's too early to determine a motive. nine others were injured in the fatal shooting, among the dead,
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yesterday the officers escorted from the scene. and new hampshire's response to the tragedy in colorado. right now a manhunt is underway in festival after a police officer was shot and killed after responding to a domestic accumulate. a woman reported 911 call and said the house was on fire. the officer responded to the home and was shot. the suspect fled into the woods. pope francis is in the central african republic today. the second leg of his pilgrimage. today's trip to the central african republic is the most challenging. did he understandly violence between christian militants has forced nearly 1 million people from their homes over the past two years, now to heavy security in paris today. nearly 150 world leaders are arriving for the start of the
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u.n. climate change summit. president obama is due to arrive in paris later today. the summit will be the largest gathering in france since 1948. they're expected to be deployed at the climate conference. still to come, it's a holiday tradition for many families. we'll give you an inside look at how a charlie brown christmas came to be. it's 7:15 on a sunday morning, you're looking live across the city of manchester, a serious accident underway, we've got that near union and pine st dunkin's new sweet black pepper bacon sandwich, with double the slices of caramelized crispy pepper bacon. it's the bacon experience you've been waiting for. bacon up.
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with dunkin' donuts' holiday- cookie-flavored coffees, lattes, and macchiatos. enjoy every sip of the new snickerdoodle macchiato. >> now, meteorologist josh judge with your forecast. >> we've got clear skies out there and it's going to be a drier day, a nicer day in terms of the sky. look at the nice sunrise underway in portsmouth, it's 28 degrees, it's a cool, if not quite chilly start out there. so as you head outside, you'll be bundling up and turning on the car heaters and seat heaters or anything else you need to get going this morning as it's certainly a chilly one. not as cold as tomorrow morning at this same time. teens and 20's across the north country right now. and 20's everywhere else as well. so, it's a cold start. the winds not that bad this morning, just some light winds,
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5 to 15 miles per hour or so in most spots and lighter than that in some of the areas as well. so, it's not that bad at all in terms of heading outside. just need to bundle up a little bit. as you do so, you'll find bright sunshine greeting you, the clouds and rain showers, where did they go? pushed to the south thanks to an area of high pressure that's building in from canada. it's a stable atmosphere and you can see the line here of front as it gets shoveled to our south and that's good news for the weather in terms of lots of sunshine, but it does mean that the cooler air masses from canada getting pushed down as well. chilly conditions, even a little cooler than what we're average or used to for this time of year ap we haven't seen a whole lot of that, november is looking like it may become the warmest november on record. that will be close. but certainly a good possibility. so we haven't seen a whole lot
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of that. but the next couple of days, we'll push that average down a little bit. clear skies out there today. on futurecast, see a few clouds, a flurry or two in the mountains today or tonight. tomorrow, we have a very cold start. and more sunshine on the way though, and a chillier day, temperatures tomorrow, cooler than what we're seeing today and as we go into tuesday, we're going to start off with sun. clouds move in from the southwest and the west. and push in on take over the skies. most of us see rain hold off until tuesday night. off again and on again with heavier downpours through the day on wednesday. let's take a look at temperatures for the next couple of days, today, it's coolest to the north as you might expect in the north country and you may notice a little farther south of the white mountains, that the temperatures will be in the low and mid 40's plenty of sunshine, bundle up. it's cold tonight for sure. down 10 degrees in the north
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single digits and teens and 20's everywhere else. tomorrow, cooler still with highs in the 30's. all right, let's take a look at the next seven days ahead. plenty of sunshine with one exception. tuesday night and clouds and showers around, and thursday, it's windy and drying out and turning sunny as well. thursday morning and then back to sunshine and seasonal temperatures into the week and next weekend as well. simple. >> not bad. it's hard to believe that charlie brown, the special watching it here on wmur. and the son of charles schulz spoke to brandi hitt about what ma i had-- made it such a success. >> good grief! it's been 50 years.
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>> charles schulz's lovable characters were brought to television for the first time back in 1965. >> by trouble with christmas, i just don't understand it. >> the story of a troubled boy, his dog snoopy and friends coming to the rescue. >> no, no, no, listen all of you, you've got to take direction. >> back when i was a kid in the '60s, you would get your family together and sit down around the tv set and watch it. >> 50 years later, schultz's son says the emotions ring true. >> when charlie brown loses, we lose a lot more in life than we win. >> will is-- i always end up with a shepherd. >> these are not professional actors. >> these are neighborhood kids pulled from classrooms. >> show me your dance moves.
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to celebrate monday's golden anniversary along with an hour-long special on abc leading up to what has now become a holiday classic. >> merry christmas, charlie brown. >> brandi hitt. amy: favorite character. josh: linus. amy: i was going to be with linus. josh: don't you want to put a blanket over your head and shelter from the world. i might do that. amy: we've got a couple more hours to go. reducing your energy costs and how a few simple steps will save you big bucks around the house. and in news 9, how the community is remembering the victims of a shooting at planned parenthood. plus, another update on a serious crash at the
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>> welcome back. we're continuing to follow breaking news, manchester police are investigating a serious crash that involved two vehicles. this happened around 4:00 this morning at lake and union. in the area of pine street as well. six people needed medical attention and multiple ambulances were dispatched around 4:00 this morning. rescue crews, we're told had to use the jaws of life to extricate two people. lake avenue was shut down and could be closed for hours because of this investigation.
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will continue to follow the story and bring a live interview with deputy fire chief al poulin at 8:00. switching gears now, most people are interested in ways to save money and energy costs. our sean mcdonald has tips. >> one of the keys is stopping the movement of air, air can flow around light switches and outlets on walls around the perimeter of your home. but insulating back covers can help reduce that problem. get your furnace or boiler serviced regularly. many companies even offer service discounts during the off season and a properly working boiler will be more efficient and cost effective. if you have an air conditioner, make sure to clean the filters every month and when you're running your air conditioner, settings it just five degrees energy costs. there are many things you can do
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whether you are building new or renovating, experts have an important tip. >> look for something called the building performance certified, gold certified contractor, they go to the seminars, they know the state of the art insulation, air sealing techniques. >> head every to our website, wmur.com. here is a look what's coming up in our next half hour of news 9 this morning. three lives lost. even more unanswered questions. the latest on a shooting at planned parenthood in colorado and the chilling words the alleged gunman said after he was taken into custody. to forget. we head into break with a live spectacular look at the seacoast
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. >> good morning, it's 7:30. i'm amy coveno. we have a live look at goffstown, here is a look at the top stories on the half hour. >> colorado springs is mourning the loss of three people killed in a shooting on friday at a planned parenthood office. john dear will face a judge on monday. a pit bull found starving weeks ago, is improving. hope is going on walks and meeting people. when rescued. >> the town of amhurst placed wreaths at the veterans graves. it happened two days after thanksgiving. >> we'll get to the stories and more in a few minutes. first, let's check with josh judge and a look at the forecast. >> hi there, it's a chilly one this morning as we start off. but the sun is already out and nice change from yesterday. 27 degrees in manchester and
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most of the state right now, in fact, some areas though, very close to or in the teens at the moment. plenty of sunshine will help reverse that around and we'll make it up mostly into the 30'sen 40's today. most of us will make it into the 40's south of the white mountains. a front that passed through is a cold front did a couple of things, and bringing chillier, colder air down and it's stabilizing our atmosphere, bringing in plenty of sunshine. there is a look at your average highs around the state today. we talk how long the cooler air lasts and when rain returns when we chat in a few minutes. >> this morning, mourning of loss of three people killed in a planned parenthood office. reporter mike springer takes a look how the victims are being remembered. >> many people have been making their way back to the site of this deadly shooting. leaving behind flowers and other momentos here to pay their respects to the victims,
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his life trying to save as many people as he could. >> university of colorado, colorado springs police officer garrett swasey was just 44 years old. >> the six-year veteran of the force was one of three people gunned down in the shooting rampage, allegedly at the hands of robert dear. swasey was an accomplished figure skater and leaves behind daughter. >> while this was a tragedy, it could have been worse, but for the unbelievable response by the police department. >> bullets flew inside a colorado springs planned parenthood, as authorities say they exchanged gunfire with dear. 12 people ended up shot, three of them dead before dear finally surrendered. >> we're here to find comfort in one another's company, to gather together as humans have done since the dawn of time. >> people gathered at the
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for support for one another. >> i'm here in heartbreak to name that i'm disheartened by the rhetoric of violence. >> authorities are trying to understand why all of this happened. >> we do not expect to know the names of the other two victims killed here until at least metropolitan. that's the same day that robert dear is expected to face a judge for the first time. reporting in colorado springs, i'm mike springer. >> and as you heard mike say, one of the victims, university of colorado, colorado springs officer, garrett swasey is a native of melrose, massachusetts. swasey went to the clinic to support colorado springs police shooting. he graduated from melrose high school, a champion figure skater well-known in new england. >> david called me a couple of hours before it came out on the news last night so i didn't have to hear it or read the news. >> of course, that's olympian nancy kerrigan and says that
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her shortly after the shooting. kerrigan says they spent every day together at the rink and remembers him as passionate about life. planned parenthood released a statement about the shooting in colorado saying in part, our thoughts and prayers are with the people who are harmed. we're grateful to the law enforcement agencies and planned parenthood staff who handled this with strength and planned parenthood has strong security measures in place to ensure the safety of all patients and staff. we want to go down back now to breaking news outs of manchester this morning. police are investigating a serious crash that involved multiple vehicles and this happened around 4:00 this morning at lake and union and pine streets. six people needing medical attention, rescue crews had to use the jaws of life to remove at least two of the victims. lake avenue and union street are closed and could be closed for several hours as police continue to investigate.
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follow the story all morning long and bring you the latest as soon as it comes into our news room. multiple wal-marts in maine were evacuated last night after a bomb threat. police say a caller threatened at least seven stores. and the calls were received just after 7:30 using what appears to be an automated message from a man. wal-mart's in bitford, and scarborough and wakegan. have been given the all clear. but unclear if others are still closed. now, to an uplifting update from clairemont, hope, the pit bull found starving over four yeeks ago, is now on the road to recovery. kathy sullivan, the owner of lost my way animal shelter says that hope has been gaining weight and having fun meeting new people. when someone found hope on the train tracks, she weighed a mere 27 pounds. they're trying to figure out who hope's former owner was.
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morning, thanks to the salem fire department. firefighters found a lost dog near a retention pond at it 293. they called the dog's owner who told that a 11-month-old puppy was missing. firefighters searched for the second dog and heard a whimpering dog at the culvert and able to rescue it. both dogs are home safe with their owners this morning. >> and moving on to commitment 2016 coverage this morning, a handful of presidential hopefuls are in the granite state today. and they'll be stumping in manchester this morning and the republican candidates are back on the campaign trail after the thanksgiving holiday. front runner donald trump appeared at a rally in florida yesterday where thoughts of reporters turned out to see him. one person was removed for heckling. ben carson was overseas in jordan and spent the day
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visiting camps for refugees for syria. and in amherst, laying wreaths at their graves. they visited five cemeteries, a tradition tradition organized by marie. it means so much to veterans and their families. >> in amherst we have five cemeteries, total about 470 veterans and it's all done by volunteers. >> marie mentioned this, and i thought it was important. what a wonderful thing she's doing and amherst. another good example and not just sitting back and saying thank you, but getting engaged, you know? >> the wreaths will be displayed on graves until may. we hope you stay with us. opioids, the impact on children and what's being done to help
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>> the temperature is cooler, 30's and 40's around the state. we'll talk about when to expect hampshire. >> the unh football season came
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it's been her fight for twenty years. something is wrong with our healthcare system and it needs to be fixed. then, it was about health reform and getting eight million kids covered. now, it's about stopping republicans from repealing obamacare, and taking on insurance companies to bring
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down drug prices. i'm not going to let any family be deprived of healthcare. i'm not going to let the republicans rip up obamacare and throw it away. i'm hillary clinton and i
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>> welcome back. governor maggie hassan says that drug overdoses have become the second motors most-- second most common cause of death. young, innocent and without a voice. she kept saying, my daddy, my daddy. when tanya's granddaughter found her daddy, it was too late. >> his lips were purple and he had cauliflower markings, he had an allergic reaction. >> he loved his daughter and wanted to show her the world, boarder. anita was close by when his little girl went to call herfore
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dinner march 13th. >> her mother told her daddy was sick and he went to heaven. in the beginning it seemed like it didn't phase her and she kept adventures. counsellor, if you had two minutes to talk to your dad, what would you say? and his answer was, i don't know what i would say, but whatever it was, i would cherish it. >> lee olea laroche buried her son two years ago and now she hardly sees her grandchildren. austin and laura moved to ohio, lee says their mother explained the overdose by saying, daddy went to sleep and never woke up. >> of course, our whole family is suffering. but those two kids, it started their life off totally wrong. you know? it's very, very sad. >> austin is 11 now, losing his dad has taken a toll. >> i wish i could still fish
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play guitar with my dad. my son had his own little band with his daughter and son. can't talk about him to this day without crying. >> it's an epidemic. >> and the lieutenant at the police department, often the first call they get in an overdose situation is from a child. >> kids as young as eight and nine are calling us to report that their parent or guardian, whoever is their care giver is unconscious and unresponsive and we come out and we find that the person is, you know, suffering from an overdose. >> manchester police now have a child and witness victim advocate. it's a new position, and kids who witness overdoses or domestic violence, any kind of trauma. the aamericorps advocate is not a first responder, but rather follow through crew making sure that children gets attention. >> having an addiction doesn't
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mean you don't care for your children or mean that you're a terrible person, but it can throw your priorities off and maybe your kids aren't being put first. >> this little girl four years old went with her grandmother and were talking in the park and saw a needle and said that's daddy's for his medicine. >> the four-year-old was found with the father's body by family members. >> news 9 got rare access to a monthly safe meeting. confidentiality is paramount for the child centered nonprofit. staffers for children youth and families, particularly the safety plan drafted by state social workers assigned to families where one or both parents use heroin, for example. >> if you're going to use, please ensure that you have a sober care giver. yeah, people that are using
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drugs are not going to stop what they're doing to find a sober care giver. >> heroin and opioids have a lethality to them. how do you work with families around keeping their children safe when we don't necessarily have the evidence? >> the state agency charged with keeping children safe says in cases of drug use, proving harm to a child is difficult at times and that new hampshire state law mandates dcyf proves harm to get a removal order for a child. the director says looking for criminal activity is not their mission. >> we're going in to try and figure out what's happening with the family and what are the supports and services available to them in the community. can we make a bridge to the recovery community for them? it's all about safety and keeping them out of danger. >> the director of dcyf goes on to say one in nine cases involve heroin because of the care giver use to opioided s
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opioids. 20 per month. >> the director says that's double the typical caseload. >> now, meteorologist josh judge with your forecast. >> we're starting off with cooler weather that we've had for a while. it's above average temperature-wise and the next average. here are the mountains right now from littleton, some clouds around and that's one of the few states that has clouds. 26 degrees in littleton and 15 in berlin right now and just barely hanging onto the 20's status in jaffery and lebanon. laconia and keene are out at the moment. here are the winds, pretty light to nonexistent. a nice calm, but cool morning out there and it will be colder the next couple of mornings. here is a look at your headlines for the day today. plenty of sunshine along with the chilly air and a colder
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skies, cool, calm and cold. and that could be the way it will be tonight. and also clear. i guess a lot of c's out there for tonight. the three c's, clear, cool, calm. it will be chilly to start the week, the rain arrives about mid week, news tight into wednesday, we've got rain and clear out on thursday and then into friday, so, that's sort of the way the week goes. begins and ends clear with some rain and clouds in the middle. all right, a look at your sunday, pretty good out there. lots of sunshine, some clouds as i mentioned in northern parts of the state, but all the clouds and rain showers from yesterday, well, they've been pushed well to our south and that front that is to our south right now stays there for a couple of days before it comes back up again at us in the form of a warm front. tuesday night into wednesday. but for now, high pressure sliding down from canada and look what it's doing. it's bringing down the colder air and that's why things are drying out and also cooling down.
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situation and we'll play it forward here the next few days, a lot of sunshine in our future. right here on futurecast. a couple of maybe clouds or flurries in the mountains today and/or tonight thanks to that northwest wind and then as we go through the day tomorrow, monday, more of the same. tuesday, after a chilly start and a bright start, the clouds will thicken up from southwest to northeast and any rain showers should, on tuesday, hold off until either very late in the day or more likely at night. anytime after sunset and some of the rain showers that roll through tuesday night into wednesday morning, off and on rain showers on wednesday as well. so your temperatures for today, as i mentioned, a little bit on the cool side. 30's in northern new hampshire. lower and mid 40's in central and southern parts of the state. plenty of sunshine, and light winds. the chilly night for tonight, check that out. it's cold and teens for many, many locations and a chance a few spots in the mountains could get into the single digits. the sunshine until about
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tuesday, tuesday the clouds come overhead and stick around 0 with showers off and on through wednesday and clearing up by the end of the week. all right, we're headed over to the playing fields right now. >> now, jason king and news 9 sports. >> the playoffs begin yesterday and that included unh in the post season for the 12th consecutive year. they're hosting colgate and unh beat the raiders earlier in the season of the first offensive position, goldrich connects with o'connor, but he coughs it up and chris morgan for colgate. the five plays, 48 yards later. james holland takes it in from six yards out. that's a touchdown for colgate. second quarter, 6-3 now. fourth down for the raiders and jake melville doeses it up to the end zone. and that set up another touchdown. it was blocked.
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12-6 in the third quarter, melville throws it right into the hands of edmunds and can't hold on for the interception. that would have been big for the wildcats. melville keeps it, 14 yards down at the one. and set up another holland touchdown, his third of the game. 26 colgate. and then fourth quarter, it's holland for the fourth time. rushed for 95 yards and four scores, but here come the wildcats. goldrich finds donovan, his first career catch for the red shirt freshman, a touchdown. 27-13. then gold-rich scrambling to the right and stays inbounds and all of a sudden a seven-point game. 27-20. unh had a shot after a colgate turnover, but gave it back. that sealed it. 27-20, the raiders beat unh the first time since 1986. they had lost six straight to
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the wildcats. >> the unh football team had not lost on this child all year and did not go down without a major fourth quarter fight. a gluch 18 yard touchdown one on fourth and 2, but an interception in and out of the hands of taylor proved so much to overcome and colgate advances in the playoffs. >> took a while to get rolling. >> we gave them that drive the first part of the second half. they were controlling the ball and keeping it away from us. >> about as frustrating as it gets. we didn't play the way we wanted to, and i think so this didn't go power way. >> i had a great time with my family in there. played the game that we love to play together. and i mean, obviously, it's disappointing that it didn't end the way we wanted it to. >> the record 7-5, and colgate
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advances to take on james madison next week at 1:00. in durham, gentleman i am-- jamie staton, news 9 sports. >> 1-zip bentley in the first one. and that's the fish. unh power play then. a wrister from the far circle. and tied at 3 now. and centered for the go ahead goal, 4-3 new hampshire. bentley tied it again. 4-4 now in the third. and shane yzerman to budrow, and that's the game winner. unh 5-4, play a home and home with maine next weekend. dartmouth skated to a 1-1 tie.
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buffalo made 37 saves in his first career start for dartmouth and hessler, the lone big green goal. the monarchs beat the admirals, and manchester will return home against reading next friday night. the foot locker, northeast regionals were held in the bronx yesterday. the top high school finishers for the boy. and meredith was 13th. 18th. and then for the girls, megan of lee, and danielle slaven of durham also in the top 45. and don't forget the patriots play tonight in denver. football. the pats will be without danny amendola who will not play tonight with an injured knee. that's sports, back to you. amy: thank you, jason king.
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surf is up, santa.
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>> apparently even santa gets cold and took a break from the frigid cold, rough to be santa. >> a professional surfer dressed as santa will cruise around on a jet ski. st. nick came astore and posed with the kids and handed out
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candy canes. >> that's a short beard and like the sunglasses. josh: what's happening with the weather, sunny today and temperatures in low to mid 40's. 30's to the north, but it's a chilly couple of days we've got going near before we get milder, but also some rain on the way from mid week. amy: we're short on moisture. josh: yeah, we'll take all the rain that we gather in. amy: the news continues with top stories, we're continuing to follow breaking news and new video into the news room from a serious crash from the city of manchester. multiple people taken to the
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>> now on news 9. it's the holiday season. how many people turned out for the nashua holiday stroll and how officials made sure everyone stayed safe. laid to rest, loved ones said a final goodbye to the girl once known as baby doe. how the community mourned her memory. josh: a chill and dip in interprets in the next couple days. amy: and how the new england community is remembering a fallen officer. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. good morning, new hampshire,
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8:00 on sunday, november 29th. i'm amy coveno. we are continuing to follow breaking news out of the city of manchester where police are investigating a very serious crash that involved multiple vehicles. right now, lake avenue in union street are shut down because of this investigation. joining us live now on the phone, district fire chief al department. what can you tell us about the situation this hour? >> approximately 4 a.m. this morning we received a call and fire alarm of a multi-vehicle accident on the corner of lake avenue and union street. on arrival two vehicles, extensive damage to one of the vehicles and four victims in the first vehicle and the victims in the first vehicle, all severe and critical. taken to the l.a. hospital and the jaws of life, the extrication tool was closed to get two victims out and it's under investigation by the manchester police department. >> al, you told us earlier that
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crashes you've seen in your career. is that accurate? >> yes, it is. in my 33 years, the fire department is one of the more severe accidents i've encountered, the firefighters in the city did a great job with the six patients, expediting them to the waiting ambulances and called into the scene. >> did the stay actually have to call in for mutual aid to the scene as well? >> oh, we did have one ambulance and check one of the patients in the vehicle number two with a checkup. >> and we know that police are still there. this is four hours after the accident. you think it will be several more hours before that intersection is reopened? >> it may be several hours before the intersection is open. it is being investigated by the police department and their traffic investigation team. >> district fire chief al poulin joining us once again, we appreciate the update. >> and now, let's get a check of
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the morning forecast. we head over to the weather center for josh judge. there for sure. we have bright sunshine in much of the state right now and we take a look all the way up north here in colebrook, where it's in the 20's this morning and the temperatures around the region are in the 20's for most part and some teens in some parts of northern new hampshire as well. 17 there in berlin. all right, the clouds have hung tight in a couple of mountainsous areas, otherwise it's sunny and bright there. and that trend will continue all day as that has pushed the cloudy area and although the rain from yesterday well down to our south. highs today in will top off in the mid 30's and central and southern new hampshire. low to mid 40's. 41 to 45 or 46 degrees. we'll take a look at when the rain will return and the upcoming week when i return in a few minutes. >> thank you, new this morning,
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officers found lost climbers, the first call before 5:30 yesterday evening and two people were reported missing on mount madison after not returning to their vehicle when it got dark. the hikers forgot to pack lights and made it difficult to find them. after the information from two-way radios, they hiked to safety. a few minutes after the first call, a second report of a hiker in need came in. a 37-year-old fell on huntington ray convenient in mount washington and injured his leg and officers eventually used an atv to bring the man down the mountain. nashua police arrested a man on assault and violence. police received a call about a woman yelling for help on palm street. when officers arrived. a woman says she was assaulted by julio vargas. she was taken for nonlife threatening injuries. an emotional goodbye now to a little girl known by millions around the world simply as baby doe.
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found washed up on deer island inside a trash bag. bella bond, will be laid to rest. friends and family tell how they remembered her. >> i'm sure she's gone to heaven already, but finally getting her body put to rest. >> with a handmade quilt draped over a casket. bella bond's family and friends said goodbye. the two-year-old's body was washed ashore in a bag at deer island. she became known as baby doe and a nationwide search to identify her. baby doe was bella bond was the victim of abuse. her mother and michael mccarthy are being charged with bella's death. >> this has been a long time for the community.
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community can mourn her memory. >> that gives us good feeling as she rests she can look down and say, you know, that she was loved and that she was loved by an awful lot of people. >> ever since her body was found on winthrop's deer island. this community stepped up to honor the girl's memory and now resting plates. she touched so many hearts. >> i'm feeling relieved that she's put to rest. >> she'll be buried next to her paternal great grandmother. >> she's looked upon as a daughter of our town, of winthrop and i dare say of the commonwealth and beyond. amy: a keene businessman injured in a boating accident in the caribbean is recovering at mass general hospital. john binnie, the owner of well
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speed boat in st. maarten, he broke both shoulder blades and ribs and a broken pelvis. the family hopes to have him soon in keene. family and friends donated $8,000 to help cover binnie's medical costs. >> people attended the national holiday stroll last night. and the city stepped up security in the wake of the terror attacks. roads were closed and thousands filled rain street to see santa and watch the tree lighting. wmur's mike cronin has a recap. >> the tree is it lit, just within of several attractions in downtown nashua saturday as thousands flooded the streets. >> there was a festive chill in the air outside of city hall where the force was strong with these ice sculptures, holiday cheer filled the streets in nashua for the annual holiday winter stroll. allowing tens of thousands of
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people to enjoy without umbrellas. >> i'm glad they're holding it because i was a little nervous with rain and things like that. the kids love it. >> we'll come back and not just because of the festivities, but to check out shopping and the restaurants. >> santa claus led the march down main street and some children started their christmas lists. >> a doll. >> do you know what you're going to ask santa for christmas? >> yes. >> what's that? >> i want chubby puppies. >> and we've got a whole host of musical acts on several stages, over 75 acts are out downtown. of course, our great dining and shopping, which is a mainstay here every day. >> organizers planned for 30,000 people and great american downtown added 20 police officers to patrol. the state police k-9 was also checking the area. >> we have definitely enhanced the safety protocols for this event. >> officials say increased
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enjoyed the night without any issues. >> safety is a top priority. just below that is fun, of course. >> we saw a couple out and around. it's been better. >> there has been a lot of police, right now are, everyone is well behaved and having a good time. you know, it's probably a good safety measure. >> with the tree now lit and santa claus coming to town, the holiday season is in full swing in the gate city. >> merry christmas. >> so it was a fun night and it was a safe night. police say there were no incidents. in nashua, mike cronin, wmur news 9. amy: coming up on news 9 this morning, new information about the alleged gunman in the fatal planned parenthood shootings in colorado. we've got the latest details ahead. world leaders are deend issing on paris despi jeb bush: here's the truth you will not hear from our president: we are at war with radical islamic terrorism. it is the struggle that will determine the fate of the free world. the united states should not delay in leading a
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global coalition to take out isis with their aim is our total destruction. we can't withdraw from this threat or negotiate with it. we have but one choice: vo: right to rise usa for the content of
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>> good morning and welcome back. we're waking up to bright skies. blue skies out there this
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morning on the chilly side, a cooler day ahead, but lots of sunshine, we'll talk about how long that sun sticks around forecast. >> new developments this morning out of colorado where three people were shot and killed at a friday. police say the suspected shooter, 57-year-old robert lewis dear made a comment about, quote, no more baby parts shortly after his arrest. officials say it's too early to determine a motive. nine others were injured in the fatal shooting. among the dead a massachusetts native. yesterday, they escorted garrett swasey of melrose in the tragic scene. in the next half hour, new hampshire's response to the tragedy in colorado. >> heavy security in paris today. nearly 150 world leaders are arriving for the climate summit that starts in the capital. and president obama is due to arrive in paris. the largest diplomatic gathering
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3000 troops are expected the at the climate conference. the sweeping end of collection of american phone records today. the controversial program that began 14 years ago under president george w. bush and kept secret until edward snowden leaked its existence in 2013 is. in june, president obama signed a measure that took away the agency's authority to take the records. the transitioning pentagons -- period for the nsa expires today. how a sweet potato pie is taking the internet by storm. 8:15 on a sunday morning.
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>> now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch 9 forecast. josh: we've got bright blue skies out there for an under is -- sunday. we start off chilly, but a sunny day for sure. samburton, blue skies and in the
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on and could cause a flurry or two in those areas, but everywhere else we're clear. teens and 20's to the north and 20's everywhere in the granite state. by next hour, some 30's start to show up as the sunshine will be rising up and starting to warm things back up again. it doesn't get that far today. the winds are out of the northwest are quite light and that's not making them feel colder and adding insult to injury. a look at the satellite view, just northern new hampshire and far northern new hampshire at that. it's causing a couple of clouds, but the air is so dry, it's not doing a whole lot with it. here is the front pushing south. as it drops out of canada. it cools things down and this time of year is when we have our
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coldest weather and that's no exception here, exempt except it's going to be the warmest or second warmest the past couple of days here in new hampshire. here is the coolest air. right now, november is in the first spot for the warmest november in history, however, with this cold air equalizing out. we'll see if that knocks it down at all and knocks us into second place. we'll see what happens into the weekend and tomorrow. all right, so lots of sunshine on the way for today. futurecast does a good job pointing that out and a few clouds could linger and maybe a flurry or two in the mountains on the northern slopes, but that's about it. everywhere else we are clear to mostly clear out there today and tonight. tonight, a colder night than what we've just gone through. a lot of places.
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overnight tonight. and we start off sunny and stay dry and could be some heavy batches of rain overnight from morning. and then again scattered throughout the day. here is that sunrise for today. the temperatures making it up to the 40's with the temperatures tomorrow. monday, sunshine is around all day ap -- and as i mentioned, scattered rain showers and could be downpours before we dry out and get windy by thursday. >> did you have a little pie on the holiday? >> i had too much-- pie increases my circumference, it's a math joke there. amy: yes, i know.
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so popular you can't find it, maybe you ate it out. but one reviewing is singing like patti. josh: jeanne moos has the story. >> it's pie that flies, off the shelf at wal-mart. >> go ahead and get a nibble. >> patti's sweet potato pie by none other than patti labelle. eat my pie. this guy did. >> patti, whoa, yeah >> you'll turn into patti after eating this. >> his review turned patti's pie into a phenomenon. >> this wasn't how it was supposed to end >> patti labelle has a cookbook
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cheese, but after james sang the raises of patti's, 3.48 pie you are my friend >> wal-mart says it sold a pie a second. you don't see me holding a pie. it's nearly impossible to get them. check out wal-mart's website, out of stock, out of stock, out of stock. and i'll be gone >> james is a hair dresser and entertainer in l.a. after his review got millions of views, he got a very special phone call. >> you know, patti has that distinctive voice and she was like james, and i said, patti. we talked like we knew each other like for forever. she was just like you're an awesome singer, an awesome individual. she's like child, you're going to go far. >> she's invited him to spend a day with her. james' review inspired others, this guy called his mom after the first bite. >> i'm going to have to say miss
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patti pie is better than your sweet potato pie. >> i'm going to hang up on you. >> and everybody is hung up on patti's sweet potato pie when i get to heaven, i hope they have patti pie, >> jeanne moos, cnn, new york. amy: think he's got an agent yet? >> i think he should go on tour with her, they can take turns. amy: i've never had sweet potato pie, i'm compelled to try some. josh: it's sold out. amy: we'll have an update on the serious crash at union and lake. drivers are asked to avoid the area. and coming together, how the
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>> welcome back. we continue to follow breaking news out of manchester. police remain at the scene of a serious crash involving multiple vehicles, this happened around 4:00 this morning around lake - and union and this is new video into the news room in the past half hour, six people needed medical attention and rescue crews had to use the jaws of life to extricate two victims. in addition, a crew from bedford were brought in. lake area and pine shut down as this investigation continues.
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local businesses who make unique products. we head to monadnock that allows the public to get in on the fun. >> terrapin glass blowing studio is located off 202 in jafr jaffery. they were started by dominique and her parents. >> we were looking for glass blowing and we decided to start our own studio for the unique experience of blowing glass. >> they showed us how they create terrapin's popular pieces, they do everything by happened, molding it, torching it and physically blowing it out in which timing is everything. >> and the glass in the cold would crack-- >> not only does terrapin make
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and teach glass blowing, they bring in other local artists to teach their crafts. >> we have a flame working artist, felting, blacksmithing, stoneworking mixed media. it's great, it's exciting. >> one of the more special pieces terrapin offers are unique custom memorials. >> once somebody's been cremated this he send us just a little bit of ashes and i can put them in memorials and it might help them with their grief or their loss and give them something beautiful and special to remember their loved ones by. >> the ashes can be used to make orbs, vases, urns or jewelry. >> and they're giving people a chance to make their own ornaments, the cost is just $25, but you must sign up ahead of time. amy: right now the only item people can order off terrapin's website is the memorials, but you can always call if there's something particular you're
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for more information, visit terrapin glass.com. a look now at what's coming up in our next half hour of news 9. three lives lost and more questions. the latest on a shooting at a planned parenthood office in colorado. and the chilling words the gunman said when taken into custody. >> and volunteers spent the day remembering those who volunteered for our freedom.
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rescue crews had to use the jaws of life to extricate some of the victims. right now, lake avenue and union street are closed and will likely remain closed ar we'll bring you information as it comes to the news room. i'm amy coveno. we'll take a look at stories on the half hour. colorado springs is mourning the loss of three people shot at a planned parenthood. court. and a pit ball weighed 27 pounds when she was rescued. and veterans have wreaths placed at their graves. that happens every thanksgiving. judge. >> not a very warm day today, but not too far from average.
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it's blue skies out there and 29 in portsmouth at the moment and we're in the 20's most everywhere around new hampshire at the moment right now after being down into the teens in some select spots earlier this morning. a few clouds left over in the mountains, mostly just on the northern and western sides of the mountains, otherwise, lots of sunshine as that front that rolled through with the rain and showers has pulled to our south. expect lots of sunshine today. highs generally in the low to mid 40's around central and southern new hampshire and the 30's in the northern part of the state. it will be a chillier night ahead into a chillier day tomorrow. things get warmer this week, but brings back rain. i'll tell you about that in a few minutes. >> this morning, colorado springs is mourning the loss of three people killed at a planned parenthood location. reporter mike springer takes a look how the victims are being remembered. >> many people have been making their way back to the site of this deadly shooting, leaving behind flowers and other
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momentos here to pay respects to the victims. including the one who gave up his life, trying to save as many people as he could. >> university of colorado, colorado springs police officers garrett swasey was just 44 years old. >> the six-year veteran of the force was one of three people gunned down allegedly at the hands of robert dear. he was an accomplished figure young son and daughter. >> the tragedy could have been worse, but for the unbelievable response by the police department. >> bullets flew inside a colorado springs planned parenthood as authorities say they exchanged gunfire with dear. 12 people ended up shot. three of them dead. before dear finally surrendered. >> we're here to find comfort in one another's company, to gather together as humans have done since the dawn of time. >> people gathered at the
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unitarian universalist church searching for support and understanding in one another. >> i'm also here in heartbreak to name that i'm disheartened by the rhetoric of violence. >> in the meantime, authorities are trying to understand why all of this happened. >> we do not expect to know the names of the other two victims killed here until at least monday. as the same day that robert dear is expected to face a judge for the first time. reporting in colorado springs, i'm mike springer. amy: and as you heard mike say one the victims, university of colorado officer garrett swasey massachusetts. swasey went to the clinic to support colorado police officers when learned of the shooting. he graduated from 1989 and a champion figure skater well-known in new england. he leaves behind a wife and two children. >> david called me a couple hours before it came out on the news last night so i didn't have
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to hear it or read the news. amy: olympian nancy kerrigan says that garrett's father reached out to her shortly after the shooting and kerrigan says they spent every day at the rink and she remembers swasey as life. and planned parenthood released a statement in colorado saying in part, our thoughts and prayers are with the families of people harmed and we're grateful to the law enforcement agencies who handled this tragedy with strength and ensuring the safety of all patients and staff. now, to an uplifting update from clairemont. hope, she's the pit bull found starving over four weeks ago, is on the road to recovery. hope has been gaining weight, going on walks, having fun meeting new people. and sullivan says when someone found hope on the train tracks, she weighed a mere 27 pounds.
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they're trying to find out who hope's owner was. firefighters found a lost dog at retention pond and called the dog's owner who told the fire department, a 11-month-old puppy was missing as well. they searched for the second dog and heard a whimpering sound. bolt are home safe with their owners this morning. >> moving on to commitment 2016 coverage this morning, a handful of presidential hopefuls are in the granite state today. hillary clinton, martin o'malley and bernie sanders will be stumping in manchester. meanwhile, the republican candidates are back on the campaign trail after the thanksgiving holiday. front runner donald trump appeared at a rally in florida yesterday where thousands of supporters came out to see him. one person was removed for heckling. rival ben carson was overseas in jordan.
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camps for those fleeing syria. and small business saturday, the president along with malia and sasha purchased books at a local bookstore in washington before stopping for frozen streets at a nearby d.c. popsicle shop. and many in new hampshire shopping. people looked for the best holiday gifts. the owner of the boutiques say the day drives holiday sales and also gets the word out about local stores. >> there's a lot out there and a lot to offer and we hope that people will come and find us on this day, too. >> the most fun of the day is just getting to see the people and the people in the community because they come in and are smiling and they want to indulge and they want to be able to help us out and it's just encouraging. >> the boutique rewarded customers for shopping local with many items on sale. >> and the town of amherst is remembering veterans by laying
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more than a dozen volunteers visited the five cemeteries to distribute them. this is a tradition in amherst, laying each wreath takes a minute and means so much to veterans and their families. >> in amherst, we have five cemeteries which totals 470 veterans and it's all done by volunteers. >> and mentioned this, i thought it was important, what a can you feel thing she's doing. amherst to do and another good example not just sitting back, getting engaged, you know. >> the wreaths will on display on the graves until may. we hope you stay with us. coming up next, the unh hockey team played bentley. could the wildcats get a win? jason as the sports. josh: lots of bright sunshine for today. cooler, too, your temperatures mostly in the 40's, 30's in the northern part of the state.
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when rain returns in my forecast. >> coming up on new hampshire's business.
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welcome to new hampshire's business, i'm fred kocher. let me show you the business and any should take notice. 50% of small businesses have been the victim of a cyber attack. there are known computer incidents each day.
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data breaches happen by virtue of accident, mistake or misfortune instead of a malicious attack. usually by an employee. on average 200 days pass before the company is aware of a breach. all information that businesses should pay attention to and my guest does pay attention because he is cameron schilling, he's chair of privacy and data security at mclane littleton law firm. >> nice to have you here. >> cyber security, what are we talking about? >> well, the security of data that is protected in particular, information. and businesses have a lot of this type of information about their customers, vendors, suppliers, particularly, name in combination with a financial account number for a social security number. >> new hampshire public review had a cyber security form speaker there.
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that it's employees that make mistake and the majority of breaches, it isn't the russians or chinese? >> correct. we hear a lot in the news about attacks by hackers, but the reality is the vast majority of breaches occur because an employee has los a laptop or opened an e-mail that they shouldn't have opened. this is not employee malice, it's just mistake or a lack of knowledge, really. >> the hackers have become increasingly sophisticated creativity how they get into a business or entice an employee to click on something. >> exactly. particularly in the news was a phishing attack that was very, very highly coordinated. the attackers acquired knowledge about when say a cfo or a ceo would be out of the office and then during that time would send an e-mail from their e-mail
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something like that and ask for a transfer of money. it's a very sophisticated, very successful. >> and you are also saying at that the particular devices? >> yes, still. i think the greatest number of breaches that are caused by moi employees are caused by the lost or theft of an unencrypted device, like a laptop, a tablet, mobile phone or a flash drive. some 60,000 plus laptops or stolen from laguardia, one airport, by far the largest cause of breach. >> wow. >> what does a business do? what should a business be doing to protect itself from those kinds of attacks? >> that's a great question. every business is different. so for every business to do a
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risk assessment, to identify the particular vulnerabilities of the business and every business will look at a lot of the same areas, particularly, their technical security around the or pass words. there will be a look at physical security, still, one of the biggest vulnerabilities for businesses are the fact that their business rooms are not secured or back doors are not secured with a key code. for every business it's a pro process of identifying what the vulnerabilities are and putting a checklist together to figure out what patches they need to make and implementing that and training the employees. >> training the employees is critical. in fact businesses will adopt a written policy and teach employees, because just as employees and each employee is a potential threat. each employee is also a potential security mechanism.
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>> right, and we're out of time. cameron schilling, who is chair of the privacy and data security, practice at mclane middleton lawsuit, all too short, but i think we made the points. >> great. >> if you want to see the interview again, click on news or click on-- and then click on project economy. forecast. >> we've got beautiful blue skies across new hampshire this morning, the temperature is on the chilly side and we'll be motted phi motted-- modifying that, blue skies over portsmouth this morning, it's up to 29. yeah, that's up a couple of degrees from last hour and the hour before. winds are light this morning, if you're out for a walk, it's not that bad. temperatures are chilly so you ought to do exercises or bundled up this morning, 20's just about everywhere, the light winds out of the northwest, as the winds bump into the mountains from the
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north, you can see a couple clouds form, maybe a flurry, on northern sides of the mountains today or tonight, and that's about it. otherwise, chilly and sunny and clear and colder tonight than it was last night with many of us into the teens and then tomorrow, it will be even warmer, excuse me, colder with plenty of sunshine. mid week. the temperatures tonight will be, as you can see here, teens for most of the state and eastern half of the state, lower 20's to around 20 and northern new hampshire, north of the notches, teens and even some single digits are a possibility going through the nighttime into early tomorrow morning. so a chilly start for your monday for sure. there's a couple of the clouds in the mountains hanging around, but that's about it. all the rest of the clouds, here is where they've gone, to the south. a cold front that rolled through and stalled. and finally is broke loose and pushed well to the south here and now it's rerouting all the rain and clouds to the south for
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eventually, this builds and moves up here for tuesday night into wednesday. so, it's really late news night that we get the heavier rain and anytime after sunset on tuesday, you can see rainy conditions. in the meanwhile, not only is the sunshine arriving, but cooler air streaming down from canada as well. let's take a look as we put this in motion here. your timetable on the sunshine for today. pretty much it's all day long except for in the mountains, the northern slopes could see a few flurries, otherwise clear to maybe partly cloudy. here coastal regions tonight. cold conditions for sure as i just showed you and tomorrow, more of the same with sunshine and 30's. and then tuesday morning, as that system pushes back up. it slowly clouds over during the day, a couple of rain showers late in the day or evening and most of us after dark and some heavier downpours a possibility. so for today, a look at your
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40 to 45, on average, central and southern new hampshire and tomorrow, chillier and plenty more sunshine. temperatures in the 30's for highs tomorrow. pretty much everywhere around the state and then 40 by tuesday as we start to see milder air, a warm front approaches and that's why we cloud up. tuesday night into wednesday, end of the week we've got drying conditions once again. all right, let's go ahead and check out what happened on the fields yesterday. >> now jason king and news 9 sports. >> hey, everyone, we'll start with football and the fcf playoffs start on saturday. for the 12th consecutive season in the post season, they took on a much improved colgate team and things did not start well. a pass to o'connor, fumbles. colgate's chris morgan recovers and holland gets the first of four touchdowns on the afternoon.
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pushed for 95 yards and four scores. colgate took a 27-6 lead into the fourth quarter. unh scored two late touchdowns, too little, too late. colgate, they win it 27-20. unh, their season ends with a record of 7-5. the raiders beat the wildcats for the first time since 1986 and they go on to face james madison. the patriots are taking on a very good broncos defense that will not have to face danny am amendola amendola. he will not play so tom brady's weapons on that high powered offense is dwindling fast. we'll see how they do tonight. game time is 8:30. hockey, unh hosting bentley for the first time ever last night. tied at one. dan gets the
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excuse me they broke ties of 3-3 and 4-4. and maxime budrow got the game winner, 5-4. next weekend they will play a home and home series with the maine black bears. dartmouth skated to a tie against michigan. buffalo made 37 saves, first career start for the big green and hessler scored the only other goal. and light ner, matt white, tallied a goal and assist in the win. manchester back at home next weekend to play three games against reading, beginning upon friday night. there you go, that's sports, have a great sunday. amy: thank you, jason king. ahead here on news 9 this morning, we know the peanuts gang, right?
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can you guess just how long they've been on television? start thinking, the answer is ahead. the u local hotshot people watching the parade.
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>> well, a piece of history is celebrating a golden anniversary. josh: that's right, five decades ago "a charlie brown christmas"
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first time iconic character and friends created by charles schulz came to life on tv. amy: well, santa claus took a break at cocoa beach, florida. josh: a professional surfer dressed as santa cruised around on a jet ski. he came to shore and posed with kids and handed out candy canes. don't know. amy: not the santa of my childhood for sure. josh: i think it's different than i've read about. there is a look at the next few days, lots of sunshine on the way, it gets cooler and cooler over the next couple of days, but things will be bright and dry tuesday night. amy: no complaints there. we want to give you one final update on the breaking news we've been following. a horrific crash in manchester. police are still on the scene of this accident in the area of lake and union. those roads are closed down,
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area and it could be several more hours, six people needed attention and crews used the jaws of life to remove at least two people in the situation. streets could be shut down and hours before they're reopened. we'll bring you updates throughout the day on the story on wmur.com and of course on our app. i think there's a lot more information to be coming out on that situation as the day progresses. josh: avoid it you can. amy: we'll turn in for josh mcelveen, but first good morning america. josh and i will be back with tt0w!tr'hq! %4@-%[0 tt0w!tr'hq! el@-/\\
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