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>> the man wanted for robberies in the queen city now behind bars. the call to police that led to his arrest. >> the start of cooler temperatures. it's a trend that lasts to the end of the week but when does it bring showers? we'll have the details ahead. >> fighting the drug crisis in new hampshire. new state grants announced to help local police on the frontlines. plus, the race for the white house front and center in new hampshire with back-to-back visits by the presidential nominees. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur news 9 at noon. >> a manchester man accused of threatening clerks at two stores with a knife is behind bars that noon. good afternoon, police arrested
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store clerk recognized him and called police. ray brewer is live outside the police department where police say the public was instrumental in getting young off the streets. >> police telling us that once surveillance photos were released, tips started coming in and that led detectives to identify their suspect. >> randall young had to sit for his arraignment. the manchester man unable to stand for the few minutes it took to arain him on two counts of robbery. this back on september 13 was furnished by mr. mike's convenience store on wilmington road. police say at about a quarter to 1:00 in the morning young entered the store armed with a knife and threatened the clerk. then five hours later, he repeated his actions at the cvs pharmacy on mammoth road and in each case got away with cash. the photos would eventually end up leading to young's arrest. >> those photographs were sent
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generated responses. >> according to the affidavit, some of the tips that came in were quite specific, identifying young by name and also telling police where he lived. however, it wasn't until two weeks later police made the arrest. again, the surveillance photos playing a key role. >> yes the manager at walgreen's on south main street recognized this individual having seen his picture put out through the media and notified the police department and store. ray: young was taken into custody without incident. in one of the affidavits, police say young confessed to the robberies, offering by way of explanation he had taken a lot of muscle relaxers that day. young's bail was set at $15,000. he did ask the judge to reduce that or request the judge denied. young is due back in court on october 11. reporting live in manchester, ray brewer, wmur, news 9.
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looking for a suspect in an attempted robbery overnight and happened at the 7-eleven on maple street around midnight. store employees say the man entered the store and asked for a pack of cigarettes armed with a box cutter. police say this man demanded cash from the register but ran off after one clerk picked up a nearby pizza cutter. the u.s. marshal's joint fugitive task force is helping manchester police track down an armed and dangerous suspect. billy the shooting death of 23-year-old vasquez ojeda near the intersection of merrimack and beach streets. his last known residence is manchester but is known to have strong ties to puerto rico and springfield, massachusetts. governor maggie hassan joined with law enforcement today to announce a expanded attack against the opiod crisis. grant money was handed out to more than a dozen departments
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gather information and take dealers off the streets. wmur's andy hershberger has the officials. >> a model that was worked in new hampshire to battle the crisis is spread across the state. today governor maggie hassan announced a million dollars to set the operation granite hammer. it was launched in the largest city to combat drug fentanyl being brought into manchester. the new money will be divided among 18 different law enforcement agencies with grants ranging from $400,000 to just under $7,500. the departments will be required to share intelligence they gather with other agencies but how the money is used is largely up to them. governor hassan says helping law enforcement is critical in this battle. >> our law enforcement officers put their lives on the line daily to help save lives as
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epidemic. as well as the other public safety challenges that they face. we can never thank those in recovery. families who have lost loved ones and our law enforcement community enough. their bravery and sacrifice must continue to be matched by urgent action. andy: officials say these funds will help them understand who is trafficking these drugs and wherhe in concourt, andy hershberger, news . erin: cooler temperatures across the state today. you're looking at manchester this afternoon where the skies are gray and want to send it over to our meteorologist for a check of the forecast. eric: we've seen breaks in the forecast especially farther north and west you go. but it's been a east and northeasterly breeze that's kept temperatures from not moving much out of where we started the day which was in the 50's. a couple spots above 60 but you
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mainly where we've had the breaks and overcast but the clouds really holding tough and think they'll continue to thin through the afternoon and an upper level system to our west will play a role in the weather going forward. again, fairly cool, 50's to lower 60's out there this afternoon and with it a breeze fairly persistent at the coastline gusting over 20 miles an hour. i'll have much more on when the pattern will break and when we will start to see more showers in your forecast coming up. erin: fresh off the first presidential candidate hillary clinton is back on the campaign trail and headed to the granite state. clinton has a campaign rally this afternoon at the u.n.h. fieldhouse in durham, joined by vermont senator bernie sanders to focus on college costs and debt. can you watch it live at and an our mobile app and doors open at 12:15. donald trump will be in the granite state tomorrow, holding
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rally starts at 3:00. abc's maggie rulli has a look at both campaigns. maggie: looking like a victory rally. mrs. clinton: oh, yes, one down and two to go. maggie: with both candidates claiming they won. mr. trump: we had amazing days. i love the debate. i love the process. maggie: clinton is trying to keep the momentum going this week, asking to spread friday. with bernie sanders who will campaign in new hampshire to help rally his supporters to her side, to aliciamachado who trump criticized to gaining too much weight. >> maybe he'll be saying things about me but it's ok. i'm strong. maggie: meanwhile, donald trump comes out fighting, claiming even though he's happy with his debate's numbers he's not happy
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about her emails or scandals or didn't ask her about the benghazi deal she destroyed. maggie: as trump defends himself, two big conservative endorseles are going to clinton. republican senator john warner. >> that candidate is one that is fit and ready to lead our great free country. maggie: and arizona republican editorial board, they haven't endorsed a democrat since being founded in 1890. president obama went on donald trump about trump's comments about alicia's weight and is not the message he wants his daughters to hear and reminding daughters if they don't vote or vote for a third party candidate, that's a vote for trump. maggie rulli, abc news, washington. erin: more than 80 million people tuned in to the presidential debate between clinton and trump. the nielsen company said viewership toppled a record that stood for 36 years. the previous record was set in
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jimmy carter and republican ronald reagan. no debate since 1980 has exceeded 70 million viewers. he's an independent candidate for congress in new hampshire's first district and shawn o'connor is hitting the air waves with his first ad and it targets the major party nominees. >> ray and carol took millions from special interests and both voted with their parties over 90% of the time and both got fired for erin: the ad hits the air waves starting tonight in boston and the new hampshire television markets as well. police have now searched the home of a vermont man who was rescued after spending a week adrift at sea. 22-year-old nathan carman was on a fishing trip off the coast of rhode island on a fishing trip with his mother and the boat broke down. his mother presumed dead but nathan found sunday and was a
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no arrests have been made in that case. charges filed in an animal cruelty investigation in dalton. jonathan brooks and stephanie are charged with four counts of animal cruelty. the investigation started in august when someone reported a group of horses were being neglected. the owners surrendered 60's the 17 horses to new hampshire spca. they put their lives on the line every day and coming up, the family of a slain officer turns to congress to honor first responders. rivalry no more. the largest beer merger in history clears another hurdle. >> slow moving system to the west, eventually bringing more shower chances in our direction. we'll have details on that and its effect on our weekend coming up. erin: later on news 9 at noon, we'll look at one athlete's journey in the world of
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kelly: you know me. not from thousands of false, negative ads- but as your first female attorney general- appointed by republican and democratic governors. as your senator, i'm fighting for equal pay and against workplace discrimination, to expand access to birth control, strengthen and preserve medicare,
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false, negative ads, i'm still the kelly ayotte you know- and i'm still fighting for you. one in eight women will face breast cancer. early detection can mean the difference between life and death. planned parenthood gives new hampshire women access to life saving cancer screenings. but ayotte voted to defund planned parenthood six times. why? because ayotte opposes a woman's right to choose. in her relentless effort to overturn roe v. wade,
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kelly ayotte: putting her personal interests ahead of your health care. senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. erin: this just in to the newsroom, a 2-year-old was taken in flight to the hospital after being run over in her own driveway in salem. police say a 7-year-old was allowed to start her mother's
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the 2-year-old suffered injuries to her leg, chin and bruising along her right side. the girl's mother was not outside at the time. police say the investigation is ongoing and the division of children, youth and families is also involved. israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu convened a special session of his governing cabinet to mark the death of former president and prime minister shimon peres and passed away at the age of 93 last night after suffering a stroke two weeks ago. francis are among the leaders expected to attend peres' funeral friday. the fallen officer shawn collier is asking people to pass a bill honoring all first responders. today collier's younger brother and michael capuano will be asking law enforcements to create a national first responders day. dollier was on duty when he was killed by the boston marathon bombers back in 2013.
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billion to combine the world's two largest beer companies cleared a major hurdle today. sab miller shareholders approved the takeover by budweiser's anheuser busch. it would be the largest beer merger in history and the combined company would control almost a 1/3 of the global beer market. the deal is expected to be completed on october 10. isn't it national drink a beer day or something like that? kevin: it is. interesting that was announce dad. trend as far as temperatures are concerned and eventually better rain chances. erin: we'll have your forecast after a break. and then up next, a look at an up-and-coming sport and one
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coli read our plan to create good jobs and keep young families in new hampshire. first, we should cut inefficient state spending, just like a business. no sales tax, no income tax. we need to help small businesses and startups grow with less red tape. lower college costs and cut student debt. and expand clean energy. let's take the next step forward,
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>> now your meteorologist with your forecast. kevin: we've had a lot of clouds and a breeze and temperatures that started the day in the 50's, a lot of locations still in the 50's. we have a couple lower 60's
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sunshine. you'll notice a theme here for overcast sky across a good part of the state. up in littleton we're seeing a couple breaks here and there and they've been successful in spots out there. you'll notice as we go through the remainder of the afternoon that northeasterly wind is going to continue. that is going to keep things awfully cool right at the shoreline while inland sections will be a little warmer, maybe 63, 64 this afternoon. all in all about 10 degrees cooler in a lot of locations than we were yesterday and adding in the breeze feels co t drier air trying to win out and you'll notice that continuing to slide southwest out of maine as the disturbance lingers ahead. i suspect the closer to the shoreline the clouds hold tough and again in a central and southwestern areas of the state there is that chance before the sun sets later on this afternoon or this evening as the clouds break apart and eventually go to fair skies tonight. this is the testimony we've been focused on the last couple days and how quickly it arrives and how much moisture it drags up will be eventually the role in that area of low pressure by
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the week. 50's for most, northeasterly flow and temperatures above 60 north of the noches and winds gusting at 20 miles an hour along the coast or the lake if you're out there. notice the marginally cooler air with a couple temperatures below the average and still running 5 degrees above normal in the month of september with a few days to go. notice we have the fairer skies through the afternoon and clouds starting to give way tonight and i e and will be with a similar type temperatures upper 50's to lower 60's and clouds build in on friday with a close low heading closer and starting to bring the moisture northward. we may go through a good portion of the day friday dry, only to see some scattered showers start to move in later in the day and in the evening. from there we'll see the chance of scattered showers over the weekend and i suspect for saturday we'll have some on and off shower activity with
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monday and you notice how temperatures eventually respond. cooler, unsettled describes it but we're not expecting any huge washouts here or any all day rainfall so if you have the outdoor plans for the weekend you should be ok but again we'll dodge some showers here and there. erin: it's been so dry people are happy to have the rain out there. kevin: especially happy to hear that when there's the forecast for the weekend. erin: goes to show you the times we're in. moving on this wheelchair body building. it's a lot like able-bodied body building but tougher. and for one competitor, hard work has paid off. abc's stephanie ramos is in washington, d.c. to learn more about his journey and this up-and-coming sport. stephanie: it's been more than three years since derek benson has been able to walk. >> this car dipped in front of me and stopped on the highway and i'm doing like 60. stephanie: that motorcycle crash almost killed him and
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from the waist down and wheelchair bound, a challenging reality he was forced to deal with. >> the depression and the pain knowing you'll have to live your life in this new condition is just horrific. stephanie: as he sat in his hospital room feeling helpless, a suggestion from a friend inspired him. >> you could try wheelchair body building. stephanie: wheelchair body building was founded in the u.s. in 2006. five years later the international federation of body building officially recognized the competition. there are only benson competes as an amateur and is the only wheelchair body builder in the washington, d.c. area. >> it's tough because that's the thing with wheelchair body building, every athlete has got a condition they have to overcome in a different way. so you really got to think out of the box with your training. >> yep, that's really hard from the pulldown rope to rowing and lifting weights. derek benson here is not letting his injury define him.
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stephanie: last march benson came in second in his weight class. he said the sport not only gave him the confidence he lost after the accident but a new lease on life. derek: you have to look at it as a gift god gave me to live my life and carry on and to have a second chance. just it's more than myself. stephanie: stephanie ramos, abc news, washington. during vietnam i sve after i lost my job, i slept out here with other vets. you never think you'll end up here, until you do. annie kuster is working hard to get veterans off the streets with affordable housing. and she's helped connect vets with jobs so they can get back on track. that means a lot to me. and i want to say, "thank you, annie."
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erin: the biggest error in the yankees-red sox game nearly happened in the left field stands last night. this guy asked his girlfriend to marry him but dropped the watching. talk about pressure. she said yes and yes, they did find the ring, thankfully. i guess he is like well, we're near a baseball diamond, isn't that enough? kevin: and it's all on camera and they'll be able to relive it for a really long time. cooler out there this afternoon and that's a trend we hang on to. eventually better chances of showers whittling their way in but we may go through the balance of the workweek without much else until we get to the weekend with scattered showers possible.
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you recognize your favorite sports star out of uniform? see with a happened when big papi went undercover. stay with us online and then at 5:00 for complete live coverage as hillary clinton reaches out to young voters in new hampshire with her former lival bernie sanders. "celebrity page" airs next and watch "who wants to be a millionaire" with two back-to-back episodes starting at 3:00 p.m. that's if for us. have a great afternoon. are one nation under god. that black and white, we are one nation indivisible. that republican and democrat, we are all americans. i'd like to punch him in the face. you know what they used to do to guys like that? they'd be carried out in a stretcher, folks. i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters. priorities usa action is responsible
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s it's more expensive every year. it would be a lot cheaper to buy my medication from canada. kelly ayotte voted to block consumers from buying safe medicines from canada. and voted against lower cost generic drugs. kelly ayotte gets all that money from the big drug industry. hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions. when you take all that money it just changes you. kelly ayotte's not working for us.
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pam griffin: our daughter in a web of opiate and heroin addiction. doug griffin: our insurance company indicated that courtney's problem wasn't a matter of life and death - so she wasn't eligible for treatment. pam griffin: she told me that she didn't want to live like this anymore... she begged... she begged for help, saying mom - please help me. doug griffin: our family's tragedy could happen to any family... pam griffin: we knew we had to save other families from losing their children. kelly reached out to us. doug griffin: she came to my family to learn more. who we were - she cared about us... she didn't know us. pam griffin: we talked about the ways to remove the stigma of addiction so parents can get help. doug griffin: kelly co-authored the comprehensive addiction and recovery act - this act will save kids' lives... ...and enable families to get the help they need. doug griffin: we don't want courtney to be remembered for her substance abuse, but rather for her struggle to achieve recovery. pam griffin: kelly believes recovery is possible.
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now on "celebrity page tv, two big premieres plenty of huge stars. we're going coast to coast for the premiere of master minds and miss peregrin's home for peculiar children. drake returns to his roots. ? the rapper and former actor release is a short film inspired by his album "fuse." gabrielle union calut schumer. plus, brangelina prepares to split up their fortune. >> brad, we need you and angelina. >> we'll reveal the staggering amount the pair will have to divvy up. >> you think the story will have a happy ending. >> happy endings are for stories that haven't finished yet. >> big stars, big hollywood. celebrity page tv starts now. >> welcome. i'm sonja isabelle from new york city with awll of your


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