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>> now on news 9 this morning, miracle, a dog survives being shot through the torso. why the suspect says he did it and what he's charged with this morning. commitment 2016, less than 48 hours to go until election day. how local and national candidates are using these voters. rushed off the stage, a trump rally in nevada takes a frightening turn. what caused the threat and how the g.o.p. nominee responded. josh: we saw more beneficial rain showers. and when the sunny days arrives and if it lasts into election day. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do.
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hampshire. 6:00 on this sunday, november 6th. i'm amy coveno. we'll get to the top stories in just a minute. first, josh judge should be very well-rested in the weather center checking out the forecast and that extra hour feels great. >> yeah, that's what i did, i slept great. all right, here is a look at temperatures. it's a little cool, but much warmer than it was yesterday morning at this time. 30's in northern and western new hampshire. it feels milder out there, but we have region. southern new hampshire saw some decent showers roll through and we have some snow showers in the mountains this morning. these will tend it wane over the next few hours and we'll see them transition today before sunnier weather to the west right here. begins to move in for tomorrow and for parts of the upcoming week. for today, we start out with clouds and sunny breaks developing as we get deep are in the days.
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imminent when it moves in, how long it lasts and election day weather coming up. amy: a mason man is charged with animal cruelty as police say he shot his neighbor's dog with a pistol. he says it was running toward him and his son. mike cronin with the story mike mike the suspect turned himself in in bed ford and we' told the dog is completely through his torso. 39-year-old colten skarupan is lucky to be alive after a bull went through his side. >> a shot and missed him on both sides.
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property. >> that the dog was able to, you know, return back to its owner under its own power. i'd say that's pretty amazing. >> according to police, he didn't know travis was hit until the owner confronted him and skarupan says he ran toward him and his son on his property. he described the dog as aggressive and had issues with them in the past. >> he was worried about the safety of himself as well as his >> after investigating, police determined he should be charged with animal cruelty. >> anytime someone is using a firearm. it's the last resort so you have to exhaust anything before you use the firearm. skorupan was released on personal recognizance.
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election day this tuesday. as we head into the final hours before granite staters cast their ballots, the candidates are making last minute pushes for vote. happening this morning, donald trump's daughter ivanka will attend a women's meeting and town hall middle. and mike pence at the trump campaign office in windham. that starts at 8:30. on the democratic side, presidential nominee hillary clinton and singer james taylor will be in new hampshire for the rally at radisson in new hampshire at 8:15 and president obama campaigns for hillary clinton at an afternoon event in durham. republican nominee donald trump and mike pence will hold an event at snhu arena in new hampshire. it's clear they're not leaving new hampshire's four electoral votes up to chance. aside from the candidates
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trump camp sent surrogates to the granite state on their behalf, hoping to sway the voters in their direction. and continuing the coverage. >> political surrogates are hitting the trail hard, hoping to use a tightening in the polls to change minds and drum up support for their candidates. former secretary of state madeleine albright was one saturday. >> she hasn't just sat around and say i'm in washington. she has worried about children. she's worried about women's rights internationally. >> the first female secretary of state says her support will go to the first female who has a chance of becoming president and see says that donald trump doesn't have the right traits to become commander-in-chief. >> he does not understand what national security is about. he doesn't have the temperament to be commander-in-chief and
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best-prepared person ever to run for president of the united states. and alabama senator jeff sessions had different words about clinton while speaking to volunteers at a local campaign office. >> the clintons have just drifted further and further towards special interest, insider interest, you can see it in these wikileaks, and see it in the e-mails, really. >> he urged them to get out and drum up support for the four electoral votes in that's why so many of the candidates are coming here. donald trump has been here repeatedly and will be back. >> also in new hampshire, massachusetts senator elizabeth warren, an ally to hillary clinton, drummed up enthusiasm for the democratic candidate. wmur, news 9. amy: and it's just not the presidential candidate vying for the last minute votes. the gubernatorial candidates are out campaigning trying to sway undecided voters as well.
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ostern rallied volume ties and challenger foregone chris sununu made a stop at the boston billiard and season. >> i think we eight to have a governor who puts people over politics. >> i'm a business guy, an engineer. i think that people are looking for a governor that is a stakeholder in a lot of the issues, whether we talk about energy or health care all of these issues breathing them every day. >> both candidates are confident the outcome will work in their favor come tuesday. if you're a college student and don't have a way to get to the polling place, zipcar wants to help. they're offering free cars to students at unh and several colleges in the boston area giving students an easy cheap way to cast their ballot. >> they can cast them on the app
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wmur.com. this morning, manchester police need your help finding a missing man who has alzheimer's. 82-year-old joseph grant was last seen in the area of central and union street 3:30 saturday afternoon. he's 5-7, 125 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes and he does walk with a cane and last seen wearing a leather jacket and korean war baseball cap. their running shoes. kicking off at 8:50 live here on wmur. close to 1800 people are expected to participate in this, the course will wind through the north end, the river walk by northeast delta dental stadium and the rail trail. so expect changes to your traffic if you're driving throughout the city today. for a complete list of what roads will be closed today, we
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wmur.com. members of the amhurst lions club are sewing love into pillow cases. they spent saturday making pillow cases for children who may have to leave their home in a sudden situation. it was donated by the guilting store. >> children in crisis needed something extra special, maybe to leave in a have something to carry their precious things in and sleep at night and it's a pillow case. each is made with love so it makes it special for them. >> the group says they will continue to sew as long as there's a need. coming up on news 9 this morning, new disturbing details in the investigation into a woman held captive in south carolina. what other crimes police say they're connected to. >> a scandal rocks the program
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a top-rated ski resort. he ran it into the ground. chris sununu cut jobs, and cut workers' hours so he wouldn't have to provide health insurance. colin van ostern went to college on student loans, became a stonyfield business manager. then a top executive at college for america. colin van ostern: i'm colin van ostern. real success is helping others get ahead. a bright new hampshire future starts with looking out for people. then what? liberal carol shea-porter? she'll be a rubber stamp for clinton's agenda. progressive shawn o'connor? he'll be a rubber stamp, too. and you know their agenda: higher taxes. more government spending. and a weaker national defense. only frank guinta will put new hampshire first. that's the key difference in this race. frank guinta. he's on our side. i'm frank guinta
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>> good morning, and welcome back here. it's cop cord and you can see the wet streets after overnight showers rolled through. there are still a few out there in some spots and in the mountains, it's falling in the form of snow right now. we'll show you on the doppler radar. i'll look ahead and the week beyond in amy: disturbing revelations from a woman who was held captured. todd kohlhepp confessed to murdering four people. this comes days after a woman was found chained up in a container on her property. she disappeared with her
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three bodies on the property. a shooting at an oakland nigh nightclub, people were hurt including two young men. six people are in the hospital one in critical condition. the shooting after after midnight friday after a man walked up to a crowd outside of a nightclub and got into an argument. harvard men's soccer team is apologizing after a lewd was found on friday. team members says in that apology, the behavior was inexcusable. so call scouting report rated incoming freshmen. on the women's soccer team assigning a numerical score. the rest of the season was canceled after an investigation into the 2012 men's team found the commentary followed through
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wrapped around local trees. where the scarves came from and who they're meant for. it's 7:15 on this sunday morning. you're looking live at the queen city waiting for the sun to rise, kate: my mom and i love shooting hoops. but you know what - she could still learn a few things from me - just like i've learned a lot from her. mom helps with homework... she helped dad start his business... and she even fought to put bad guys in jail. now, mom helps make laws especially when they need it most. i'm really proud of her. and she's taught me that with hard work - i can do... anything. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte, kate: and i'm kate. kelly & kate: and we approved
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>> now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch 9 forecast. josh: we're starting off warmer and milder than yesterday at
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today we're looking at temperatures in the 30's and low to mid 40's in the granite state. you can see a big difference in that regard, however, with the other way that it's different this morning is we had some rain showers overnight and some snow showers in the mondays. the back edge is coming through and this will be waning over the next couple of hours. look at the area of snowfall in the north country shrinking over the last few frames there. as we widen the view, you can see to t pressure that will be building in and changing our weather in a big way the next 24 hours. it pushes in slowly through the day today. so by the time we get into this afternoon, we're going to notice some breaks of sunshine and it turns into an ok afternoon. so any rain chances are right now and this morning, and snow chances in the mountains. and then high pressure area does build in and turn things quite nice. let's take a look at futurecast. showing the clouds around this morning and scattered showers,
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mountains and then as we get into later this afternoon, and slowly, but surely, the sunshine works its way on in, and at least partly sunny skies for this afternoon. it should, it will take a lot longer, and you may see sunshine later in the mountains. overnight and tomorrow we completely clean house and they're out of here tomorrow. hardly any clouds around. similar to tuesday, is degree or two higher, but it's the beginning of a turn around in our tem tuesday that we will be seeing quite mild temperatures and very, very nice day on the way for tuesday which coincides with election day. a cool front that will approach and run through on wednesday and that's when the temperatures start to fall back down again. >> we take a look first of all at your temperatures today. talking about temperatures in the lower 40's. 40 to 45 in the north country
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40's and lower 50's in southeastern parts of the state with gradually improving sunshine. any clouds that start off in the beginning of the evening, clear off tomorrow and certainly, a very nice day, but it will be cooler. watch what happens when we go to election day tuesday. temperatures just like that, are in the upper 50's and lower 60's. that's going to be an incredible day weather-wise at least when we take a look at the and then, after that, things start to calm down a little bit. wednesday, some scattered showers and clouds as that cold front rolls through and end of the week it's down to seasonable to a little below seasonal temperatures all over again. a couple of really nice days on the way. amy: twitter tells me i blew it. we haven't changed the clocks here. josh: so that's your problem? >> i said it's 7:15, it's really only 6:20.
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unusual. josh: volunteers spent the year knitting and crocheting and their efforts are there for the taking. >> last year only 75 scarves to give away and this year, you can see a lot more. volunteers were busy adorning trees and fence was unusual ornaments. our church is looking for some way that is reaching out tha engages people that has people doing more than writing a check. >> and this is the result. more than 400 colorful hand knit scarves. >> and the purple and the black. he think it's really awesome that they're doing this though. >> it's a rear round effort that now involves people throughout auburn. >> we told people use whatever yarn you have and if you have yarn you want to get rid of, in your spring cleaning.
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>> the colors match perfectly and listen, everybody needs help. >> also engaging in little outdoor shopping, shopping for certain children, her young son bundled up. something they didn't have to do in their native republic of congo. >> this means a lot because it keeps us warm because it's very, very cold here. >> as they the park as opposed to a thrift shop. they want to meet everyone in need. >> we know that some people won't necessarily give everybody. it's important to give not to see if they're worthy of our help, but we're to go it to help. >> the church says they've gotten people throughout the town to knit scarves, but they'd like to see it expand to other
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>> guess what? we heard from a church in laconia and they are taking up the idea and spreading it around in the lakes region. >>. >> coming up next on news 9 this morning, from running to painting, there's no shortage. we'll tell you. in our next half hour, new details on a shooting in manchester, what investigators manchester, what investigators said molly's not thinking about cancer today, but three years from now, a routine screening will catch it early and make all the difference. for planned parenthood, cutting access to cancer screenings and birth control for thousands of women, it's politics for him. for molly, it's the rest of her life. the stakes are too high to make chris sununu governo. this advertisement has been paid for by put new hampshire first and has not been authorized by any candidate. imagine if hillary clinton wins the white house... then what? liberal carol shea-porter?
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rubber stamp, too. and you know their agenda: higher taxes. more government spending. and a weaker national defense. only frank guinta will put new hampshire first. that's the key difference in this race. frank guinta. he's on our side. i'm frank guinta and i approved this message. ben hassan is my older brother. he is so funny, and so smart, and my best friend. all families have challenges, and my mom instilled in us very early on solutions to those challenges. and working really hard with your community to get things done. and she made it possible for ben and for me to have a family just like any other family. that's part of the reason that she got involved in public service, because that's what's in her heart... and mom's still that way today. i'm maggie hassan
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>> from a marathon to 5k's and toy drives, there's plenty to do in the granite state. tom griffith tells us what's happening, new hampshire. >> grab your running shoes and hit the streets for the manchester city marathon this morning. the event is a qualifier for the boston marathon. the man race starts at 8:50 at veterans park, with a 5k race following. and tots ride. admission is a new unwrapped toy and there will be plenty of food and guided rides starts every 15 minutes. it runs from 8:00 until 11:30 this morning. pave your way to the finish lien as the school for the arts have paint your way. all the money goes back to the school for the arts.
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nashua. the veterans day celebration, a remembrance is followed by a day of military reenactors and the display of military vehicles in field gear. it starts at noon and veterans get in free. that's what's happening, new hampshire, i'm tom griffith, wmur news 9. amy: some christmas tree growers in new england say it's not hurting the crop. the christmas free association says there are some lse seedlings in past spring and thanksgiving is still a couple of weeks away, but you can find black friday deals online right now at amazon.com. the shopping giant kicked off deals at the store on tuesday. a special section with electronics and clothing and some are up for a few minutes and the biggest deals are saved
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the next half hour of news 9. how the trump and clinton campaigns are trying to sway undecided voters. shots ring out in a manchester neighborhood, what investigators say started an argument that left two people injured. >> we head into the break with a live look at the mill district from the city of manchester. it's 6:28 on a sunday morning,
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hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? know more about isis than the generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of
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like we do. now, wmur, news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, everybody, it's 6:30, i'm amy coveno. we begin with a live look at the clock tower on the campus of plymouth state university this morning. here is look at top stories on the half hour. donald trump was rushed off the stage by secret service agents during a rally in reno saturday. officials believe someone shouted gun, but no weapon was ever found. the rally went on as planned
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hassan and kelly ayotte are spending final days before the election for votes. both are optimistic and have multiple appearances planned. >> and an argument over a flag led to a shooting. one of the victims was taken to the hospital in critical condition and the other was treated and released. we'll get to all of that and more, but first over to the weather center and josh judge. marathon in t weather forecast. >> absolutely. we're going to start off this morning with clouds and there are showers around, too, but look at milder temperatures because of the timing of the showers and the clouds overnight. it doesn't allow the clouds to drop as much as you would expect. that's good news in terms of that department. snow showers and rain showers elsewhere. these will be dropping out over the next couple of hours and it will turn partly sunny as the day goes along and high pressure
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pa pa partly sunny and starting that marathon, temperatures in the middle 40's. we'll talk about your weekend forecast coming up in just a couple of minutes. amy: we begin this half hour with commitment 2016 coverage. g.o.p. presidential nominee donald trump was rushed off the stage by the secret service at the commotion was over a possible gun in the crowd. none was found and trump returned to the stage later. jonathan betts, he has the story. >> donald trump was speaking in reno, nevada when he took note of an apparent protester in the audience. we have one of those guys from the hillary clinton campaign. >> then suddenly, his secret
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stage. there was a commotion in the crowd. security took a man into custody, and escorted him out of the hall. minutes later, trump returned unhurt. >> nobody said it was going to be easy for us. >> as their campaigns wind down. >> i want to be the president for everybody. everybody who agrees with me, people who don't agree with me, people who vote for me, people who don't vote for me. >> the candidates trying to wind up voters. interests would rob our country blind. >> donald trump stealing a kiss from wife melania as she compared with him. there was massive early voter turnout saturday in florida and nevada. nearly 37 million votes have already been cast in 39 states. >> know the power of your own voice, it can change the world. >> for hillary clinton, after friday's performance with jay-z
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at this concert in philadelphia hoping to end the campaign on a high note. jonathan betts, abc news, new york. amy: now to new hampshire's race for senate, maggie hassan and republican kelly ayotte are making their last ditch efforts to lure undecided voters into the race across the country. senator ayotte and hasn there for the dinner. they're excited about the future of the state and says she has the plan to improve the economy. meantime, hassan touts the friendly environment to new hampshire for small businesses and says as senator, she would move new hampshire forward. >> and because we've been working together in a bipartisan way, we have the lowest unemployment rate in the country. cnbc named us the most business friendly state in the country and we can continue to make this kind of progress.
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five days and i'll be meeting voters, listening and earning their support. amy: both candidates have multiple events leading up to election day to reach out to every possible voter. tune in monday night to hear from voters who have seen every candidate in person and are still struggling to decide. compare the perspectives of first timers, to veterans, and we'll have live team votes. including election eve visits from donald trump and president obama. our final hour special is monday night at 7:00 here on wmur. >> governor maggie hassan is refuting an accusation by republican party that she knew about lawoffs at dartmouth hitchcock before bringing it to the executive council.
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produced in litigation referred to a september 6th e-mail between hassan's communications director and other state officials about the layoffs. that was one day before the vote, and three days before the layoffs were announced. but saturday, the governor waived executive privilege and provided the e-mail to wmur. it shows the date of the e-mail was actually september 9th, the day the dartmouth hitchcock layoffs were announced the a spokesperson says there was a typo on the date on the log. >> i would ask people in new hampshire to think about the fact that this is just another desperate and baseless attack by the republican party. amy: the log that the republican party is pointing to shows a text from colin van ostern and chief of staff after the vote.
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the day of the layoff announcement. and now to an update on a story we first brought you yesterday here on news 9 this morning. >> manchester police say an argument over the flag led to a shooting of two people on the west side set yesterday. and investigators are identifying two men arrested. jason jerry and michael surwa of chester. police say argued at a home around 2:20 a.m. after surwa saw a flag he found offensive and eventually that turned into what police called a physical altercation and then two shootings. >> and it was the hollering that woke me up to start with and then all of a sudden it was more than a verbal argument. amy: police found the man and he
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and she's since been treated and released. this morning, an investigation is underway into the cause of a fire that heavily damaged a laconia home. the two alarm blaze was reported just before noon yesterday on w winnisquam avenue. a man jumped out a front window for safety and he was treated for cuts on his hand. the two-story home will likely have to be demolished. and two the fire is not considered suspicious. competing in the new england arm wrestling championships, the annual event at the boston billiard club and casino. more than 250 people from six states competed in the double elimination tourney. >> arm wrestling is something that everybody has done, but not competitively. if you start digging through the surface. you'll find them.
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last year it was at foxwoods in connecticut. the bruins, could they get a win against the rangers? jason king is next in sports. josh: come on, amy, let's arm wrestle. when we come back, the temperatures will be warmer than recently and showers, too. your sunday outlook is just ahead. . >> coming up in new hampshire's business, an economic reality,
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r and patrick. i agreed to do a tv ad only if my grandkids were in it, too. i trust colin with their future. my clean energy plan is all about their future. as governor, i'll invest in solar and renewable energy. that'll hold down energy costs, create local jobs, and protect the environment. it's how we keep new hampshire moving forward. or grampa could just keep feeding the kids cake and ice cream. you get a lot of energy that way, too. narrator: two kinds of business experience. a top-rated ski resort. he ran it into the ground. chris sununu cut jobs, and cut workers' hours so he wouldn't have to provide health insurance. colin van ostern went to college on student loans, became a stonyfield business manager. then a top executive at college for america. colin van ostern: i'm colin van ostern. real success is helping others get ahead. a bright new hampshire future starts with looking out for people.
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restricting our health care choices. this is senator kelly ayotte's record. ayotte voted six times to end funding for planned parenthood - putting access to birth control and cancer screenings at risk. and she supports overturning roe v. wade. woman 1: kelly ayotte says she's for women. but it's just an act. woman 2: voters definitely cannot trust kelly ayotte. vo: senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. what's kelly ayotte costing you? you're paying more for prescription medicines. kelly ayotte blocked lower cost generic drugs. you're paying high interest rates on college loans. ayotte voted against letting you refinance at lower rates. and you're paying higher bank fees while ayotte voted for special breaks to wall street executives. kelly ayotte. she's siding with corporate special interests and that's costing you.
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>> welcome to new hampshire's business. i'm fred kocher. self-employment is the new normal. let me say that again. self-employment is the new normal and here are national figures that show that that's the case. look at the yellow, self-employed in this country, 10%. those that are hired by the self-employed at 20%. so you add that up. it's 30%. in terms of the self-employed market in this country.
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the self-employed of new hampshire residents, 2015 numbers, the total 78,588, among males, 51,388 and females, 27, 250. with me to talk about this is somebody who lives and breathes these kinds of numbers and data all the time. dr. debra osgood, president and ceo of the knowledge institute for small business development based here in new hampshire. welcome. >> great to be an expert, entrepreneurship, one of nine women in the u.s. who went to iraq to mentor iraqi business women and so you have been a spokesperson for ibm in support of women and authority. what is driving self-employment as the new normal? >> there are multiple factors, fred. we've got the rate of change, of course, that employers continue
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and so, they're shifting towards hiring individuals on a permanent basis to more contingency-based work, which is project-based and specific it a specific project. this allows them to be flexible and more competitive. you've got younger workers who don't want to experience the same lifetime careers their parents were experiencing, when they were laid off repeatedly, particularly offer the global recession and looking at better ways of living i individual income. for many individuals it's quality of life and i am come. >> there's an another factor. those since the recession hasn't been able to get into the jobs they had and are underemployed. i would think that's part of this group. >> you're seeing that in some of the numbers you brought up. they referred to a lot of that recession as a man-session. the men were hurt the most in terms of middle managers and a
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and not coming back. so a lot of men were hurt and not getting other jobs. so they're looking at creating their own jobs. >> let's look at another graph and i want you to comment. this is self-employed new hampshire residents by age. look at the age ranges, 25 to 34, 4.9% and you can see 35 to 44. 45 to 54 and the one that caught my attention, 55 to 64, but 65 why is-- why is that number so big, debra, for 65 and over? >> well, you can see also, as it's starting to hit from the 55 year and older, these are the individuals when the recession was about eight years ago. >> yeah. >> and those individuals found that they had to create their own jobs. they went into franchising and other types of works and olders people are finding their
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other ways to make a living. >> what other common thread for the self-employed? >> a great question. no, exactly not. >> all over the lot. >> a lot more opportunity. >> let's go over the next graphic, median income for those self-employed from 2013. the latest numbers we have, massachusetts, 61,434, new jersey and you can see the number and then connecticut at 59,067 and then rhode island, and then, here is new hampshire, and that is a median income, but that doesn't count the fact you have to pay taxes and insurance, and all the other costs of being in business. so, really, it's not a lot of money. >> yes, but it does speak exactly what's appealing to a lot of individuals now. that's quality of life and work. and so when you think that income supports what you want to
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plus, obamacare does provide some kind of flexibility in terms of health care even though it has pros and cons. >> ten seconds. is this trend going to continue? >> definitely. >> in fact, your numbers are different than the numbers i'm seeing. 40% and they project to be 50% of america's work force by 2020. you 0 country. go to wmur.com, go to where it says menu, click on local news ang scroll down to new hampshire's business. now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch 9 forecast. >> and good sunday morning to you, thanks for joining us on a sunday and maybe it's not so early for you. an extra hour of sleep.
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and it's milder than yesterday morning at this time when many places were down into the 20's. so, a look at our statistics from our almanac with the new time change. show you the sunrise and sunset time. an earlier sunrise like that, how about that, but you know what that means, an early sunset. a shock to the system. normal high is 52. close to it,ay let's take a look at the rain amount. we did have rain move through the state overnight and into this morning. a few spots still seeing rain showers and snow showers in the mountain and minuscule amounts, any little bit helps at this point and there's been anywhere from a few hundreds to a ach over tight on doppler pulling away. still some left over showers right now and still a few snow
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but you can see the coverage shrinking and as drier air pulls in with a north wind, we'll see the skies dry out this morning and into this afternoon more and more sunshine thanks to the area of low pressure building in and that means that it's going to be a pretty nice stretch of weather the next few days with a lot of sunshine on tap for us. there's a look at what's going on overnight and here on futurecast are those skies clearing out. how about that? by later this morning and into this afternoon, it will be a pretty decent day, but, again, it takes a little bit of time and some areas will be more stubborn than others. we will see that increasing and the dry air moving in. temperatures don't all that warm, but what you'd expect this time of year. tomorrow is a beautiful day. it will be a chilly start. patchy fog in some of the valleys, but sunshine all day long fairly nice and that sets the stage for tuesday, which
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temperatures topping off in the afternoon in the upper 50's and lower 60's and you can see the sunshine that we'll have. this off to the west is a cold front that will be arriving on wednesday. so the wednesday temperature will be dropping because of that rolling through. >> here is today's forecast, morning clouds and a couple of leftover showers, sunshine developing and here is your forecast for the marathon. the manchester marathon kicks off at 8:50. temperatures f degrees, a few sprinkles left over possibly. but i think it will be nice. the rest of the race upper 40's and here is your extended forecast as we have those temperatures rocketing. tuesday is the warmest day and election day is a perfect day to get outside. let's see what they did outside in sports. >> now, jason king and news 9 sports. >> good morning, everyone.
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hockey. the bruins on the ice, they were at home hosting the new york rangers and boston got on the boards first. in the first period. a turnover behind the net and he nets it second in the season. 1-1 still in the first and boston on the power play. a shorthanded goal, 2-1 rangers. the second period, another boston power play and shorthanded goal, this time kevin and rangers go on to win 5-2. the bruins will host buffalo on monday. >> monarchs are at home with the adirondack thunder. gutierrez had a goal and assist for manchester. same two teams will play again this afternoon at snhu arena, a 5:00. they both get shut-outs.
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assists in a win and dartmouth shuts off coal gates and there was a goal and assist for the big green. how about some college football. unh had the weekend off. and dartmouth picked that up, 17-13. miles smith ran for 119 yards and a touchdown in the win and improve to 4-4. and st. their regular season finale at southern connecticut, 28-25 despite a rally. kill hill had two touchdowns. plymouth state improved to 5-4, win 28-7 at home against mass maritime, mitch out of milford had 167 yards and a receiving touchdown. those 167 yards were rushing, but he caught a touchdown pass. four high school soccer
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played today. the girls, two games in exeter and two up in laconia, we'll have highlights and scores later on tonight. that's sports, have a great sunday. >> thanks, jason king, ahead on news 9 this morning. a local custodian is making the school day brighter for students. the special art work he leaves for a bedford classroom. doesn't that look like card? we thank you so much for sharing that picture. you can submit your pictures and
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>> i do love this story. our producer found it. a custodian is making a day brighter. >> he vacuums pictures in. castles, a cubs logo and charlie brun brown and says he's a great person and puts smiles op people's faces. >> lift it up and drop it and back it up. amy: and maybe put the different
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halloween has come and gone and a firm in south carolina are helping get rid of pumpkins. . josh: they're great for sheep. a former put out a call to give them the pumpkins. they serve as vitamins and potassium for born yard animals. amy: that's recycling at their best. josh: they like pumpkin latte spice flavor, whatever, too. amy: next few days, it's improvement. it will be gradual improvement. more sunshine throughout the day and then tons for election day, a treat in terms of the weather. that's the only part i can control. actually i can't control. the only part i can tell you about. did i almost let out the secret? >> you did. we'll be live at the start line
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morning. the news does continue. up next, a local dog survives a one in a million shot and why a neighbor says he has to pull the trigger. the final push, the fran knit state the next 48 hours. what's kelly ayotte costing you? you're paying more for prescription medicines. kelly ayotte blocked lower cost generic drugs. you're paying high interest rates on college loans. ayotte voted against letting you refinance at lower rates.
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why the suspect says he did it and what he's charged with this morning. commitment 2016, less than 48 hours to go until election day. how local and national candidates are using these final hours to win over undecided voters. rushed off the stage, a trump rally in nevada takes a frightening turn. what caused the threat and how the g.o.p. nominee responded. >> we saw more beneficial rain showers overnight and this morning, when a change days arrives and if it lasts into election day. >> so one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, new hampshire this sunday november 6th. i'm amy coveno. first, a well-rested josh judge is in the weather center with a look at the weekend forecast. that extra hour, i don't know felt good to me, josh. josh: i know if you're at home and you're looking at your clo
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didn't set it back yet. make sure you do that. here is a look at the rain showers that rolled through overnight and some snow in the north country. how about that? that's pulling away. in the next couple of hours, it will be done and sunshine breaking out in northern new hampshire and working south. we will have sunshine here within a couple of hours for sure and sunny breaks off and on throughout the day. we'll say high pressure to the west that makes it mostly sunny the next couple of days. improvement is on the way for today the temperatures top off in the upper 40's and south of the white mountains, so a couple of degrees below average and lower to mid 40's in northern new hampshire. a look your election day forecast and beyond is a few minutes away. a mason man is charged with annual cruelty after police say he shot the gun because the dog was running toward him and his
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the story. >> the suspect turned himself in to police at the state police barracks here in bedford. we're told that the dog is doing ok after the bullet went through his torso. >> colt en skorupan had shot th dog. it's lucky to be alive. >> it missedll >> thee weeks ago a mason woman heard gunshots and travis came to her and claims he was shot on her property. >> that the dog was able to return to its owner with the same power. >> police say skorupan called him that travis ran forwards him
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property. skorupan described the dogs as aggressive and had issues with them in the past. >> he was worried about the safety of himself and his six-year-old child. >> after the investigation, they've determined that he should be charged with cruelty. you have to exhaust any and all other options before you use the firearm. >> skorupan was released will face a judge in january. at the state police barracks, mike cronin, wmur news 9. amy: now to commitment 2016 coverage. election day is tuesday and as we head into the final hours before people are casting their ballots. happening this morning, trump's ivanka will attend a women's round table and a town hall meeting. these are set at laconia middle
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trump campaign office in wind ham. >> on the democratic side, hillary clinton and grammy award winner james taylor will be there. and tomorrow, president obama campaigns for hillary clinton at an afternoon event on the campus of unh in durham. republican nominee donald trump and running mate mike pence will hold a rally at unh arena in manchester. it's electoral votes. both donald trump and hillary clinton have sent surrogates on their bee laugh. and ser continuing coverage. >> political surrogates are hitting the campaign trail hard here in new hampshire.
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that the tighten polls are showing. >> she hasn't just sat around and say, i'm in washington. she has worried about children. she's worried about women's rights namely. >> the first female secretary of state says her support will go to the first female that has a chance of being president. as she says, donald trump does not have the right >> he doesn't have the temperament to be commander-in-chief and hillary clinton is the best prepared person ever to run for president of the united states. >> trump surrogate, alabama senator jeff sessions had different words about clinton while speaking to volunteers at a local campaign ofls. >> the clintons have just drifted further and further towards special interest, insider interest and you can see it in these wikileaks, you can see it in these e-mails, really.
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out and trump up support in the race for the four electoral votes up for grabs in the state. >> it's going to be close and that's why so many of the candidates are here. donald trump has been here repeatedly and will be back. >> and massachusetts senator elizabeth warren, an ally to hillary clinton drummed up enthusiasm for the democratic candidate. >> wmur news 9. amy: it's not just the presidential candidates vying for last minute votes. out complaining, trying to sway undecided voters as well. the candidate for governor, colin van ostern before setting out in the state. and chris sign -- sununu. >> i think they should have families and businesses.
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looking for a stakehe recalled who. you have to have one living and breathing them every day. >> both candidates are confident it will work in their favor come tuesday. >> if you're a college student and you don't have 0 way to get there, zipcar can help. they're offering free rides, giving students an easy cheap way. students c their link at wmur.com. manchester police need your help finding a man that's missing. he has alzheimer's disease. he was last seen at central and union 3:30 saturday afternoon. he's 5-7, 125 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes, he walks with a condition and last seen wearing baggage pants, a brown leather jacket and a korean war
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-- the marathon kicks off live here on wmur rnths close to 1800 people are expected to participate. the course will wind through the north end, the river walk by northeast, to the delta dental stadium. the west side derry and goffstown rail trail. expect traffic throughout the for a complete list of what roads will be closed today, head to wmur.com or on the facebook page, we've posted it there. coming up on news 9 this morning, the new and disturbing details in the investigation into a woman held captive in south carolina. what other claims investigators say the suspect is expected to.
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>> good morning and welcome back. look at that, it's light outside already this morning thank to the time change, looking at the cloudy and wet conditions at hampton beach. we'll see drying air moving in and we have a timetable on that in a few minutes in your forecast. amy: disturbing revelations from carolina. the suspect, 45-year-old todd kohlhepp confessed to murdering four people at a motorcycle shop in 2003 after a 30-year-old woman was found chained inside a storage container on his property. the woman disappeared months ago along with her boyfriend. officials say her boyfriend's body was discovered on the property. to california now where police arrested two men for a shooting
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that two suspects are in stable condition, six are in the hospital. one is in critical condition. the shooting happened just after midnight on a friday after a man walked up to a cloud and got into an argument. a man is in custody after forcing them into lockdown, he was spotted with a gun. secret service confronted the man as he walked along pennsylvania avenue. he was arrested after a brief struggle and is charges. president obama was not in the white house at the time. harvard men's soccer apologizing this morning after a lewd scouting report was discovered about female athletes online. an apology was published on the student's newspaper website friday. team members said in the economy that their behavior was inexcusable. the so called scouting report rated the incoming freshman
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appearance. and there is an investigation into the 2012 team, comments continued through this season. still to come this morning, an act of love wrapped around local trees. where the scarves came from and who they're for. it's 7:15 on this sunday morning, you're looking live along the sea coast. josh judge is here with your sunday forecast.
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molly's not thinking about cancer today, but three years from now, a routine screening will catch it early and make all the difference. so when chris sununu voted to cut funding for planned parenthood, cutting access to cancer screenings and birth control for thousands of women, it's politics for him. for molly, it's the rest of her life. the stakes are too high to make chris sununu governo. by put new hampshire first
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>> now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch 9 forecast. josh: are you ready for drier air after the showers that rolled through overnight? you can see the wet streets here in claremont. it looks like the leaves are mostly off the trees in that it's a milder start than the last few days, especially yesterday in the 20's and 30's. and today, upper 30's, low 40's. a great deal warmer than yesterday at this time. a look at headlines for the next few days, we'll see gradual improvement working in today. that means the cloudy skies and in some cases in southeastern new hampshire there are some rain showers, but we'll go away and the sunshine is coming out
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think, for today and mostly san the next couple of days. monday and tuesday election day, both looking like superior sunshine day. >> and then there will be a few scattered showers and you may or may not see one. look at the rain as it pulled through overnight, pulled away. not a whole lot of rain, a good maybe 1/10 of an inch in some locations on average. less in some picture from diamond pond. there's a dusting on his back check in the north country. there are some on the up slope areas, but notice now these are shrinking to very smaller and smaller amounts and that will continue over the next couple of hours as it comes to an end. as high pressure slowly builds
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the jetstream promotes sinking air and for the next couple of days, it means very pleasant weather conditionsment particularly as i mentioned for tuesday. here is a look at the skies clearing as we go through the day today. increased sunshine and i think that futurecast has a pretty good handle on this. you'll see more hanging onto this. and the left over sunshine temperatures, but slightly milder air pushes in for tuesday. as we go through the time on tuesday, not much doing in terms of clouds whatsoever. it should be a nice fall day, and then on wednesday, this front will approach. that's the cold front i mentioned that will be doing through on wednesday. so for today, upper 40's and 50's and cooler in the country
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a chilly start to the afternoon and here is your election day forecast. take a look at temperatures as we go through the day, kl be beautiful for getting pouz. get out. it's cooling off after the cold front that rolls through. it's cloudy at the moment, but drying up through the d runners today. manchester park is sported easier decor for the winter. jamie: volunteers, as ray brewer reports, their efforts are there for the taking. >> last year, they only 475 scarves to give away. this year, as you can see, there are a lot more. at veterans park in manchester,
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trees and fences with the arrangements. >> that there's a way to engage rather than just writing the check. >> nor than 400 color-- more than 400 of those. >> it's awesome that they're doing this. >> it's a reyear-round effort. >> if you've got yarn you didn't to donate is to husband. >> it does a good job, keeps my neck warm and the scholars watch especially and listen, everybody needs help. >> also engaging in little outdoor shoppers. a woman shopping for her seven children. something they didn't have to do in their native republic of
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seems us warm because it's very, very, a-- when they were put in the park. . >> some people won't go into the places. >> we're giving, and we're not seeing whether anyone is worthy. but we're there to help. >> they've throughout the town to knit scarves. what they'd like to see is this spreading across the country. ray brewer, news 9. amy: that is already expanding and we heard from a church in laconia and they're going to start the project as well. brotherly love, why a local teen is called a hero this morning. and the special bond he will forever share with his little sister. in the next half hour of news 9 this morning, new details on a shooting in manchester.
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love shooting hoops. but you know what - she could still learn a few things from me - just like i've learned a lot from her. mom helps with homework... she helped dad start his business... and she even fought to put bad guys in jail. now, mom helps make laws that help people - especially when they need it most. i'm really proud of her. and she's taught me that with hard work - i can do... anything. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte, kate: and i'm kate. kelly & kate: and we approved this message. >> it's a story of brotherly love and bravely. a fire recently forced the hutchens family out of their epping homed. 16-year-old brandon rushed back in to find his baby sister. wmur's jennifer cromton now with the story. >> a big brother is credited
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this epping home is grateful on so many fronts. >> working smoke alarms alerted the hutchens family of fire just before 8:00 last wednesday night. >> i immediately rushed to my mom to tell her to get the kids out. >> mom had a been watching a movie with brothers and sisters, including three-year-old melody. >> so i did a head count outside and i saw that she was missing and then brandon just like ran back in. >> could not see i was just making guesses where things were and i didn't have my glasses on. >> he checked downstairs first and found her upstairs in her room. flames and smoke creeping in. >> i had grabbed her and then, i had almost fell down the stairs because of the smoke and got me really dizzy. >> and it seemed like maybe like, maybe close to a minute, yeah, it was like a minute, but it seems like forever. >> husband shaun was driving
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was ok. >> and we're so proud of them. it's awesome, a great kid. >> oh, i think he's just a hero. just going in like that without thinking. >> the family without a scratch credits the epping fire department's quick response with saving the house. >> we're blessed. it's great. could have been way worse. >> they're looking for a temporary home for now, but hope to be back in the house in six months. >> 9. amy: here is the next hour of news 9 this morning. the final countdown to election day, how the trump and clinton campaign are trying to sway undecided voters. ready to run? the manchester city marathon starts in just over an hour. jamie staten at the line. and downtown concord, gray skies, quiet there on main
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, it's 7:30. i'm amy coveno. we begin with a live look at lake winnipesaukee. and here is a look at top stories on the half hour. donald trump was rushed off the stage by secret service agents at a rally in reno. authorities believe that someone shouted gun. no weapon was found. the candidates for senate maggie hassan and kelly ayotte are spending the final days before the election campaigning for votes. both are optimistic and have multiple events planned. an argument over a flag left two people shot. one of the victims was taken to the hospital in critical condition. the other has been treated and released. we'll get to those in a moment,
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. josh: good morning, thank you enjoyed your extra hour of sleep. amy: loved it. josh: and one hour later than yesterday, it's warmer and mild. upper 30's and lower 40's thanks to clouds and showers. here they are and most places at least saw a little rain out of this. some areas, a little bit more than that. as you look at the northern part of the state. there's been snow and a dusting in some locations and just a few showers left of that rain and it's in extreme southeastern new hampshire. there's a close look at it from the doppler radar and that's exiting within the next hour or less and then we start the drying process from north to south and highs in new hampshire, upper 40's to lower 50's. developing sunshine now that the showers are coming to an end. it takes long are though in the north country. we'll have a look at your week ahead forecast, including
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minutes. amy: we begin this half hour with commitment 2016 coverage. g.o.p. nominee donald trump rushed off the stage at a rally in reno, nevada saturday. overnight we've learned the commotion is over the threat of a possible gun in the crowd. no weapon was found and trump returned to the stage several minutes later. jonathan betts has the story. >> donald trump was speaking in reno, nevada when he took note of an apparent protester in the audience. >> we have one of those from the hillary clinton cam campaign. >> then suddenly. his secret service detail sprang to his side and rushed the candidate off the stage. there was a commotion in the crowd in front of the podium. security took a man into custody and escorted him out of the hall. minutes later, trump returned un unhurt. >> nobody said it was going to be easy for us. >> as their campaigns wind down-- >> i want to be the president
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people who don't agree with me, people who vote for me, people who don't vote for me. >> the candidates trying to wind up voters. >> hillary and her special interests would rob our country blind. >> and stealing a kiss from his wife. there was early turnout, nearly 37 million votes have been cast in 39 voice, it could change the world. >> for hillary clinton after friday's performance with jay-z and beyonce. katy perry was singing her song at this concert in philadelphia. ? hoping to end the campaign on a high note. jonathan betts abc news.
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republican kelly ayotte is-- are trying to lure the voters. and ayotte says that granite staters are excited about the future for the state and she has the plan for the economy and hassan touts the environment for small businesses, and says as senator she would move new hampshire forward. >> and because we have been working together in a bipartisan way, we have the lowest uniment mro unemployment rate in the country. and we have 24 stops in 24 hours and it's about meeting voters and listening to them and earning their support. >> both candidates have multiple events leading up to election day to reach out to new voters. >> tune in monday night to hear from voters who have seen every
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compare the perspectives of first-time voters to veterans who remember john f. kennedy's campaign. we'll have live team coverage for the last minute push to your vote, including election eve visits from donald trump and president obama. >> and maggie hassan is looking the executive council. saying that a log entry between hassan's communication director and state officials about the layoffs, that was one day before the vote and three days before the layoffs were announced. saturday the governor waived executive privilege and provided the information to wmur. the date was september 9th, the day that the dartmouth hitchcock
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a spokesperson for the governor says there was a typo on the log. >> i would ask people in new hampshire to think about the fact that this is just another desperate and baseless attack from the new hampshire republic party. >> the log that thr -- the text message that the office produced was d the layoff announcement. now to an update on a story we first brought you yesterday here on news 9 this morning. manchester police say an argument over a flag led to the shooting of two people on the west side. and investigators are now identifying the two men arrested. jason gerry of sanddown and michael sirio of chester.
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he found offensive and turned into a physical altercation and two shootings. >> it was the hollering that woke me up to start with and then all of acid, it turned into more than a verbal argument. police found the man outside the building in critical condition. when officers pulled up a car, a woman had been shot: a fire heavily damaged a just before intoen on winnisquam avenue. one man was inside and jumped out a front window. and he was treated for cuts-his hand. the fire is not considered suspicious. >> we hope you stay with us, next, the starting line is next. we're about an hour away from
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>> we'll give you the forecast for the beginning and end of that race as well as the rain that moves through and a little bit of snow and how much longer that could last. amy: plenty of high school tourney action, including four boys ben hassan is my older brother. he is so funny, and so smart, and my best friend. all families have challenges, and my mom instilled in us very early on
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and working really hard with your community to get things done. and she made it possible for ben and for me to have a family just like any other family. that's part of the reason that she got involved in public service, because that's what's in her heart... and mom's still that way today. i'm maggie hassan
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narrator: two kinds of business experience. chris sununu's family handed him a top-rated ski resort. he ran it into the ground. chris sununu cut jobs, and cut workers' hours so he colin van ostern went to college on student loans, became a stonyfield business manager. then a top executive at college for america. colin van ostern: i'm colin van ostern. real success is helping others get ahead. a bright new hampshire future starts
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>> now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch 9 forecast. >> and good morning, on a sunday, with maybe an extra hour of sleep loaded into your system. cloudy skies developing and here is alton bay and you can see the blue at the top of the screen starting to show through as the skies are clearing as overnight showers rolled through. snow showers in the mountains that left a dusting and everywhere else, 41 degrees, it's a milder start, not just the lakes region, but everywhere. compared yesterday's temperatures to 20's in the
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temperatures the. how much more so? well, this was compared to yesterday morning at this same time, anywhere from 10 to 15 or more degrees warmer than we were yesterday at this same hour. >> the almanac shows interesting stuff here. the most important, that we want to take a look at is the rainfall amounts and how far behind are we? well, we're not that far behind that month. a little for concord, but when you look to september 1st till a little above average that's why we're debtor. w it looks like a fairly dry week ahead. a few hundredths of an inch to a tenth of an inch. a dusting of snow in some spots. notice how it's drying up and shrinking in aerial coverage here and eventually shut off this morning and even in
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breaks eventually later today. we're seeing that happen in parts of new hampshire and only increase through the day. really, as we go through the next few days thanks to this area of high pressure and the associated ridge in the jetstream that brings in the nicer, calmer weather for the next few days. so, here is a look what's happening overnight. you can see the breaks in the sunshine, beginning to work its way on in. at least rle this morning that turns into sun as the sun gets higher reflected here on futurecast. >> clouds may come and go for a while, but gradual improvement through the day today. tonight, we're clearing out completely and into tomorrow. it will be a chilly start because of the skies and look at the sunshine that we've going to see tomorrow. temperatures similar to today. a couple of degrees milder. for election day, nonstop
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40's and low 50's in the north country, partly sunny. the marathon forecast, kicked off at 8:50 this morning. the temperatures in the mid 40's at the end of the marathon, depending which amount of distance you travel. everybody takes a different route or options. in the upper 40's. lows in the 20 and 30's and then tomorrow we'll see the temperatures in the 50's for highs and a quick weather, wow, upper 50's and lower 60's for the temperatures so a mild one voting for election day and things cool off beyond that. a nice couple of days will be on the way including today. amy: what a treat! and people are lacing up their shoes for the only marathon in the queen city this year and participants are getting pumped. jamie staten is live at the
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that gets underway just about an hour from now. good morning, jamie, how are things out there? >> good morning, amy. beautiful day to run. runners who are visiting nom, or the queen city are waking up to ideal running conditions. 40's and 50's partly cloudy, it's a great day to run. how is everything going with the setup? >> oh, jamie, it started early, early this morning. jamie: or yesterday. >> and the manchester police department is doing a great job for us. jamie: we have some pictures and video from recent years. who all is running? >> my gosh, 26 different states, six different countries, 1800 competitors. coming from all over to come here to manchester. it's pretty awesome. a little bit of something for everybody. there's the marathon relay, half marathon, half marathon relay
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>> obviously, your fitness level and they're running the marathon as a championship and then, of course, walkers and joggers, doing the k. >> this highlights the city. they'll head to the airport and they'll see manchester heights. >> you go by obviously veterans park, stark park, derryfield park. and and the pa-- river. >> it's a sellout? >> the marathon is sold out, the half marathon is sold out. looks likes if you want to do the 5k looks like it. >> that's the manchester marathon powered by snhu.
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live with a channel 9 runner, him or her, we'll talk to them at 8:20. let's show it over to the rest of the sports for jason king. >> now, jason king and news 9 sports. jason: eight high school championships games will be decided this weekend. the four girl's championships are this afternoon, the so all-- exeter scores first. and that goal made it 1-0 blue hawks. trombley to rodriguez with the header, but blazic is there to make the safe tore the blue hawks. patrick meyer feeds gwen and
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first championship since 2006. goffstown and lebanon, scoreless through regulation and in the second overtime period, a great chance for the raiders, but miles green keeps it scoreless, they would need penalty kicks to decide it and lebanon's graham chickering, fired this just a bit too high and that would be costly. art breaking for so gostown with a chance to win it. and that's on the penalty kicks. the grizzlies are the d-2 champs, the first title since 1957. hopkinson and stevens played for the division 3 championship. no score, donahue finds him and
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1-0. second half a good chance for the cardinals. spaulding gets a shot, but there's a shutout. there are six boys championships in the last 11 seasons. division 4, epping and littleton played the first game of the game. in the second half trying to add to the there was the sleeping stop by riverton. co cooper. and 3-0 the first ever boys soccer title for the blue devils. more high school championships, the meet of champions, patrick o'brien of oyster river was the
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minutes, 3.4 seconds. nashua north with the team total. jacqueline one the girl's race, souhegan was the girls team champion. a couple of volleyball championships last night as well. hollis brookline beat concord and windham the d-2 and that's theirec the high school football quarter final action, merrimack in division one. he goes 32 yards for the touchdown. 7-0 merrimack, that's the 36th touchdown pass of the season and that's a new state record and the fans through it. the grizzlies respond. hitting diaz in stride and he's gone.
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all tom hawks there. there's 40-1 for the season and tom ahawks get their first win since 1995. >> and the consecutive week and consecutive quarter, he's going to throw deep. gets it for the touchdown. 22 yard score made it 35-27 north second half 42, 27 now, but the card unless kept coming and sam raitt finds it. and plenty of office, but the titans win is. >> exeter get the home with south. and bedford will host and in
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list brookline and they'll play next week. bo rally to knock off john stark and hanover will face the talkens. >> monadnock, in the finals. and interlakes shut out winnisquam. there you go, that's your high school edi rangers last night 5-2. that's sports. have a great sunday. amy: still ahead here on news 9 this morning. the special art work he leaves for a local classroom. >> now, to our u local hot shot, with all the craziest going on, isn't this a peaceful sight. you can submit your pictures and video.
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imagine if hillary clinton wins the white house... then what? liberal carol shea-porter? she'll be a rubber stamp for clinton's agenda. progressive shawn o'connor? he'll be a rubber stamp, too. and you know their agenda: higher taxes. more government spending. and a weaker national defense. only frank guinta will put new hampshire first. that's the key difference in this race. frank guinta. he's on our side. and i approved this message. >> well, this story is a bright spot in our broadcast. it's a custodian making school more fun for students and teachers. josh: and each day ron vacuums a new picture into classroom rugs for the children to find. some example include a shooting
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and charlie brown. ang any says that ron is a great person and puts a smile on his face. amy: think he has a stencil, or an overhead? >> there's an art to itment the forecast will gradually see some, snow showers in the moubs shutting off in the hours. highs today either side of 50 degrees. some real nice days ahead. we'll have that in futurecast. amy: top stories next. a local dog is your sliefs a one
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vo: ending funding for planned parenthood. taking away our right to choose. restricting our health care choices. this is senator kelly ayotte's record. ayotte voted six times to end funding for planned parenthood - putting access to birth control and cancer screenings at risk. and she supports overturning roe v. wade. woman 1: kelly ayotte says she's for women. but it's just an act.
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for the content of this advertising. i alone can fix it! bomb the [bleep] out of 'em. i'd like to punch him in the face. i like people that weren't captured, okay? he's a mexican! she ate like a pig... i moved on her like a [bleep] i did not say that... i love war. yes, including with nukes. blood coming out of her... they're rapists... wrong. there has to be some form of punishment. such a nasty woman. i wanna be unpredictable. ...on 5th avenue and shoot somebody... she's a slob... i don't remember! and you can tell them priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. i'm maggie hassan, and new hampshire has a very clear choice: do we keep going with a senator who repeatedly votes with the corporate special interests... or a new senator who sides with the people of new hampshire? my focus has always been on creating opportunity for working families: making college and job training more affordable. lowering prescription drug costs. and always protecting a woman's right
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why i approve this message... and why i respectfully ask for your vote. em now on news -- news 9 this morning. a dog shot through the middle. why he said he did it. how local and national candidates are using the final hours to win over undecided voters. rushed off the stage, a trump rally in nevada takes a frightening turn. what caused the threat and how the g.o.p. nominee responded. >> we saw some more beneficial
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morning. when it changed to sunny days arrived and if it lasts into election day. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. >> good morning, new hampshire. 8:00 on this sunday, november 6th. i'm amy coveno. we'll get to top stories in just a minute. first, josh judge joins us with a look at the weekend do you remember to fall back, an extra hour, crash? >> here is look at temperatures out there. a mild start. upper 30's in the north country and lower and mid 40's across central and southern new hampshire, but it won't get all that warm today as cooler air drains into the state after a cold front has some showers overnight. the showers are coming to an end in most places. the north country, still a few in the mountains and
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right now. just coming to the hampton and seabrook area. we're done and sunshine beginning to develop in some parts of new hampshire and the gradual improvement will be in the day. we'll see the next few days and talk about that in our full forecast in just a couple of minutes. >> a mason man is charged with annual cruelty after police say he shot his neighbor's dog with a pistol. he t the dog was running toward him and his son. wmur's mike cronin now with the story. >> the suspect turned himself in to police at the barracks in bedford. we're told the dog is ok after the bullet went through his torso. colten skorupan is charged with
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it went through the side. >> it's a miracle shot because it missed all the organs. >> a mason woman called her dogs and travis came to her with injuries and she claims shot on her property. >> it turned to its owner and that's amazing. >> according to skorupan, he did i him. skorupan says that he -- the dog was aggressive and had issues in the past. >> he was worried about the safety of himself as well as his six-year-old child. >> the police decided that he should be charged with animal cruelty. >> it's the absolute last resort to use a firearm.
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any and all other options before you use a firearm. >> skorupan was released on personal recognizance bail. >> mike cronin, wmur news 9. amy: election day is tuesday and as we head into the final hours before granite staters cast their ballots. the presidential candidates are making last minute pushes for your vote. happening this morning, donald trump's daughter ivanka town hall. and mike pence will be at the t trump campaign office in windham. singer james taylor will be for a rally at 8:15 this evening. tomorrow, president obama campaigns for hillary clinton at an afternoon event on the campus of unh in durham. republican nominee donald trump
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it's clear the presidential candidates are not leaving the four electoral votes up for chance. both the clinton and trump camps, hoping to sway the minds of undecided voters in their direction. w wmur since the coverage. >> political surrogates are hitting the campaign trail hard here in new hampshire hoping to use a tightening in the polls to change minds and drum tore their respective candidates. former secretary of state madeleine albright was one of those stumping for democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton in new hampshire saturday. >> she hasn't sat around and said i'm in washington. she is he a worried about children, about women's rights.
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and she says that donald trump doesn't have the right temperament to be commander-in-chief. >> he understand what it's been and doesn't have the temperament to be commander-in-chief. and hillary clinton is the best ever to run for president of the united states. jeff sessions had different words to describe it. >> the clintons have drifted further and further to insider interests, in the e-mails, really. amy: he urged volunteers to get out and drum up support for the four electoral votes up for grabs in the state. >> it's going to be close and that's why the candidates are coming here and donald trump will be here repeatedly and will be back. >> and also massachusetts senator elizabeth warren an ally
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>> it's not just the presidential candidates vying for last inters mm-- vying for the last votes. and republican challenger for governor chris sununu made a stop at the boston billiard club and casino. >> i think we deserve a governor thatut >> i'm a businessman, an engineer. i think they're looking for a stakeholder, energy or health care, all of these issues matter and you have to have someone living and breathing them. >> both candidates are confident that the outcome will work in their favor come tuesday. if you're a college student and don't have a way to get to a polling place, they're offering free vehicles to unh and other
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giving people a cheap way to cast their ballot. we've posted a link at wmur.com. this morning, manchester police need your help to find a man missing. he does have alzheimer's disease. 82-year-old joseph grant was last seen in the area of central and union saturday afternoon. he's 5-7, 125 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes and he wax with a cap. last see leather jacket and a korean baseball cap. if you see him call the police. grant state olympian tessa gobo was honored with a state resolution at the dublin community center. while there she met with the crew team. she spoke about her rio experience. the chesterfield native was part
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members of the amhurst lions club and other artists are showing love. they made dozens of pillow cases for children who may have to leave their homes quickly. new disturbing details of a woman held captive in south
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imagine if hillary clinton wins the white house... then what? liberal carol shea-porter? she'll be a rubber stamp for clinton's agenda. progressive shawn o'connor? he'll be a rubber stamp, too. and you know their agenda: higher taxes. more government spending. and a weaker national defense. only frank guinta will put new hampshire first. that's the key difference in this race. frank guinta. he's on our side.
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>> good morning and welcome back. as we look at the sea coast, a couple of showers pulling away from the sea coast, just exiting the region now and we'll see continual improvement over the day ahead and the next days looking food. we'll have details for you in a few minutes?
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investigation into a woman held captive in south carolina. they say that todd kohlhepp confessed to murdering four people in a motorcycle shop in 2003. this comes days after a 30-year-old woman was found chained up inside a storage container on the property. the woman disappeared months ago with her boyfriend. they've now discovered three bodies on the property. they've arrested a shooting outside of a nightclub. they say that two men are in stable condition, six are in the hospital. one in critical condition. investigators say the shooting happened just after midnight friday when a man walked into to a crowd outside of a nightclub and got into an argument. a man is in custody after forcing a lockdown after he was spotted with and go. secret service confronted the man as he walked along
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he was walking after a brief struggle. president obama was not in the white house at the time. harvard men's soccer team is apologizing after a lewd scouting report about females online. it was published on the website, team members said in the apology that their behavior was inexcusable. the scouting report rated women on the soccer team citing a numerical score there was an investigation into the 2012 men team and the loud commentary continued through to this season. still to come, we're less than an hour away from the manchester marathon and we're live at the starting line where jamie staten will being kicking off the big race in a little bit. it's 8:14 on this sunday
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when all three of these guys show up, they come up with some crazy ideas. sometimes, i just have to say, "no way." so i appreciate it when annie kuster says "no" to cutting social security. she stood up to both parties to protect our benefits. annie's working to make sure we have a secure retirement. so i can worry about these guys instead. kate: my mom and i love shooting hoops. but you know what - she could still learn a few things from me - just like i've learned a lot from her. mom helps with homework...
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bad guys in jail. now, mom helps make laws that help people - especially when they need it most. i'm really proud of her. and she's taught me that with hard work - i can do... anything. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte, kate: and i'm kate. kelly & kate: and we approved this message. >> now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch 9 forecast. josh: good sunday morning. thank you for joining us on what is a pretty nice day. we did see much-needed rain, not as much as we need, but
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a look at skies cheering over the lakes region, here is sanbornton, a nice northwest wind. and a good a good 5, 10 degrees warmer than yesterday. and 30's and lower to mid 40's. and the spotter 9 temperatures around the region. the southwestern part of the state and those temperatures are averaging in the upper 30's in a lot of places around 30's to lower 40's in central new hampshire and as we head to the northern part of the state. lower and mid 30's are the norm in that region. so, how high do we normally get this time of year? the average or normal high in concord is 52 degrees. i direct your eyes over here, now, with the new time change, of course, we see the sunrise earlier, but don't be shocked. i just want to remind you, a
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to set early. 4:41 is the official sunset time this afternoon. that's early! gradual improvement is in the cards today. it's going on and we're seeing the clouds thin and breaks of sunshine beginning in parts of southern new hampshire to break through. it takes its time. the clouds linger longest in northern new hampshire. sunshine though, it breaks out everywhere and tomorrow and tuesday, and lots of it as well. and then a cold front on wednesday will bring some cl chances and cooler conditions for the second half of the week. here is how much rain we saw overnight. not a lot. except that it fell at night and evaporated and permeate to the ground. anything we can get before we freeze in that ground and lock it in a good thing. here is a look at rain as it pulls through and snow showers and flurries in northern new hampshire and even leaving a
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you're almost done in the north country with that snow. we take a look to our west and it's a big area of high pressure with a ridge of-- and jetstream of high pressure building in and it means improvement in our situation. look at the clouds drying up through the day and improvement to at least partly sunny skies. clearing out overnight and tomorrow, lots of sunshine. so, what does it mean for our temperatures today? upper 40's and lower 50's will do it for you, even cooler in northern nha about a half hour away at 8:50. the marathon in manchester, 45 degrees at the start and depending when you finish in the upper 40's, most places with partly sunny skies. a chilly start tomorrow in the afternoon. lower 50's in most places and here is your election day forecast. look at temperatures, upper 50's and lower 60's and that's amazing. all right, we'll take a look now at the temperatures for the rest of the week.
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and maybe a scattered showers. that's the only chance for showers and it's a very low chance until friday and saturday. if you're planning on doing anything in manchester today, you'll probably see some runners, part of the 10th annual marathon. >> 18,000 will hit the streets. amy: hundred. josh: i'm inflating it a little bit. 1800 in the streets a half hour from now, jamie staten is live and jamie staten is there, did you count all 18,000? >> oh, my gosh, you gave me a heart attack. 18,000, we're not ready for that. 1800 we can handle. right now we're only interested in one of the 1800 runners. ladies and gentlemen, from the channel 9 the weather department
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annual, it was the guiding force. the track is different from ten years ago, but i'm looking forward to it. if anyone is out there sp specktating i'll need some hooting and hollering. >> did you train for this? >> you never wake up in the morning and say i'm going to run 26 miles. you don't wake up and say, here it is. you know, you get out there and you start to feel comfortable and hopefully fingers crossed. >> do you know by the wmur studios at mile 4 and mile 24, and you brought your key card. >> mile 24, i have a mt. pleasant school shirt from nashua. the shaker road school sweat pants on. >> you look like something, but you're going to start out sprinting as go as hard as you can? >> i think the word run is the way to go, i'll get comfortable
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miles amazing. >> the morning show tomorrow is going to be interesting. >> i'll let you throw it back to amy, josh, the weather is on you. amy: good luck, kevin skarupa, we are cheering for you! and we'll have sports. details on a shooting in manchester.
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m, you learn how important it is to live within your means. i'm colin van ostern, and i took that lesson to my work in business, and it's how i'll stand up for you as governor. by cutting inefficient spending and using innovation to save tax dollars, we'll make new investments without a sales or income tax. to create clean energy jobs, protect affordable health care, and lower college costs and cut student debt. as governor, i'll stand up for you. what's kelly ayotte costg kelly ayotte blocked lower cost generic drugs. you're paying high interest rates on college loans. ayotte voted against letting you refinance at lower rates. and you're paying higher bank fees while ayotte voted for special breaks to wall street executives. kelly ayotte. she's siding with corporate special interests and that's costing you.
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then what? liberal carol shea-porter? she'll be a rubber stamp for clinton's agenda. progressive shawn o'connor? he'll be a rubber stamp, too. and you know their agenda: higher taxes. more government spending. and a weaker national defense. only frank guinta will put new hampshire first. that's the key difference in this race. frank guinta. he's on our side. i'm frank guinta
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>> now jason king and news 9 sports. jason: good morning, everyone, this time around we'll start with hockey. the bruins back on the ice last night. they were home at the td gardens hosting the new york rangers. boston got on the board first. from the first period, marchand centers to bergeron and he nets the second of the season, 1-0 boston. 1 1-1 and a shorthanded goal, second period, another boston power play and a shorthanded goal. kevin hays nets his fifth of the year and the rangers win 5-2 and buffalo on monday. the thunder last night, they lose 5-3. justin gutierrez had a goal and
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same two teams play this afternoon at snhu arena, that's a 3:00 start. unh and dartmouth both at home and they both get shut-outs. 3-0, tyler kellerer had two ahesses in the win and hessler had a goal and assist for the big green. unh had the weekend off. dartmouth picked up their first ivy league win saturday. coming from behind to beat car ne 17-13. miles smith ran for 119 yards and a touchdown in the win. they improved to 4-4. and st. anselm lost 28-25 despite a fourth quarter rally. kyle hill had 10 catches for 108 yards and two touchdowns. plymouth state improved to 5-4. they win 28-7 at home against
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and mitch out of milford had 167 yards and a receiving touchdown. those 167 yards were rushing. he caught a touchdown pass. four high school soccer championship games will be played. the girls two games in exeter and two in laconia. we'll have highlights and scores later today in sports. have a good sunday. amy: the final countdown to election day. how the trump campaigns are trying to sway undecided voters. shots ring out in a manchester neighborhood. what police say started an argument that left two people injured. we bring you this live look at the unh arena in manchester. the 10th annual marathon about to get underway. josh judge is in with your
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molly's not thinking about cancer today, but three years from now, a routine screening will catch it early and make all the difference. so when chris sununu voted to cut funding for planned parenthood, cutting access to cancer screenings and birth control for thousands of women, it's politics for him. for molly, it's the rest of her life. the stakes are too high to make chris sununu governo. by put new hampshire first
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narrator: two kinds of business experience. chris sununu's family handed him a top-rated ski resort. he ran it into the ground. chris sununu cut jobs, and cut workers' hours so he wouldn't have to provide health insurance. colin van ostern went to college on student loans, became a stonyfield business manager. then a top executive at college for america. colin van ostern: i'm colin van ostern. a bright new hampshire future starts
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we, now. on wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, it's 8:30. i'm amy coveno. we look at the campus of plymouth state university. plymouth 41 degrees at this hour. the stories on the half hour. donald trump rushed off the stage by agents in reno. someone said something about a gun. none was ever found. maggie hassan and kelly ayotte are campaigning for votes. both have events planned before tuesday. manchester police say an argument over a flag led police to a shooting on saturday morning. one of the victims was taken to the hospital in critical condition. the other treated and released. we'll get to those stories and more shortly, but first, let's check in with josh judge in the weather? are. not running the marathon, if you are you're late.
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to work here. work is my top priority. as we go through the day, we'll see the 30's and 40's, turn into upper 40's and lower 50's. northern new hampshire cooler there. where there was some snow overnight. you can see there, the snow winding down, but a dusting in a few locations on the northern and western slopes of the mountains and you can see the other areas that saw the rain have now been seeing that pull away. sunshine is emerging and look through sunday. there is the rain pulling away from the sea coast. the last spot for an exit. turning partly sunny and 40's to lower 50's today. cooler in the mountains and it's just the beginning. we've got real nice weather to come over the next few days, including election day. wait until you see the temperatures we're forecasting for that. >> we begin this half hour with 2016 coverage. g.o.p. presidential nominee donald trump rushed off the
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rally in reno saturday. we learned commotion was over the threat with a gun. and jonathan betts has the story. >> donald trump was speaking in reno, nevada when he took note of an apparent protester in the audience. >> we have one of those guys from the hillary clinton campaign. >> then suddenly-- >> his secret service detail sprang to his side the candidate off the stage. there was a commotion in the crowd in front of the podium. security took a man into custody and escorted him out of the hall. minutes later, trump returned unhurt. >> nobody said it was going to be easy for us. >> as their campaigns wind down. >> i want to be the president for everybody, everybody who agrees with me, people who don't agree with me, people who vote for me, people who don't vote for me.
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>> hillary and her special interests would rob our country blind. >> donald trump stealing a kiss from wife melania as she compared with him in north carolina. there was massive early voter turnout in florida and in nevada. nearly 37 million votes have already been cast in 39 states. >> know the power of your own voice, it can change the world. >> for hillary clinton, after friday's performance with jay-z son at this convert in philadelphia. >> hoping to end the campaign on a high note. >> jonathan betts, abc news, new york. >> and now to new hampshire's race for u.s. senate. democrat maggie hassan and republican kelly ayotte is making last ditch efforts to lure undecided voters in the race followed across the
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dinner. ayotte an excited about the state and has the plan for the economy. and hassan touts small businesses and says as senator she would move new hampshire forward and because we've been working together in a bipartisan way, we have the lowest unemployment rate in the country and cnbc names us the most business friendly state in the country and we can continue to make this kind of progress. >> we've been doing 50 24 stops in 24 hours, so, it's going to be about meeting voters, listening to them, and really earning their support. >> both candidates have multiple events leading up to election day to reach out to more voters. tune in monday night to hear from those who have seen every candidate in person and compare
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remember john f. kennedy's campaign. and look for visits from donald trump and president obama. it's here on wmur. governor maggie hassan is disputing an allegation that she knew about the county hospital. g.o.p. says a log entry referred to a september 6th between hassan's director about the layoffs. one day before the vote and three days before the layoffs were announced. saturday the governor waived executive privilege and provided the e-mail to wmur. it shows the date was september 9th. the day the dartmouth layoffs were announced not september 6th. the governor says there was a typo on the date on the log. >> i would ask people of new
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another desperate and baseless attack by the republican party. >> the log that the republican party is referring to is after the vote. and this was dated the day of the announcement. an update on a story we brought you on wmur news 9 y officers say there with as a dispute over a flag and they're identifying two men arrested. jason gerry of sandown and michael sirois of chester. they argued at a home around 2:20 a.m. after sirois saw a flag display he found offensive and eventually turned into what police are calling a physical
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woke me up and then it turned into more than a verbal argument. >> the man shot outside the building was listed in critical condition and when officers pulled over the car with two suspects inside. they found a woman who had been shot. she's since been treated and released. we hope you stay with us. next, the start of the manchester marathon. . >> we're live on elm street and we have the sons of the american revolution here line ratcheted up. and we've 1800 runners. the marathon starts live on channel 9 coming up. josh: showers have pulled away, we'll talk about what to expect for the rest of this weekend and for the week, too.
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i alone can fix it! bomb the [bleep] out of 'em. i'd like to punch him in the face. i like people that weren't captured, okay? he's a mexican! she ate like a pig... i moved on her like a [bleep] i did not say that... i love war. yes, including with nukes. blood coming out of her... they're rapists... wrong. there has to be some form of punishment. such a nasty woman. i wanna be unpredictable. ...on 5th avenue and shoot somebody... she's a slob... i don't remember!
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>> welcome to new hampshire's buss self-employment is the new normal. let me say that again. self-employment is the new normal and here are figures that show that's the case. look at yellow self-employed in this country, 10%. those hired by the self-employed at 20% so you add that up and it's 30%. in terms of the self-employed market in this country. and then, everybody else at 70%. now, here are numbers from new hampshire. the self-employed of new hampshire residents, 2015
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males, 51,388 and females 27,250. with me to talk about this is somebody who lives and breathes these kinds of numbers and data all the time. dr. debra osgood, president ap ceo of the knowledge institute for small business development based here in new hampshire. welcome. >> hi, fred, great to be here. >> nice to have you here. an author, a consultant, entrepreneurship. you're one of nine women in the u.s. who wt iraqi business women. so, and you have been a spokesperson for ibm in support of women and minorities the. so you've got quite a resume'. what is driving self-employment as the new normal? >> there are multiple factors, fred. we've got the rate of change, of course, that employers continue to have to remain competitive at a global level and so they're shifting towards hiring
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to more contingency-based work which is project-based and specific to a specific project. this allows them to be flexible and for competitive. you've got younger people who don't want the experience of their parents when they were laid off particularly over the global recession and looking at better ways of living in addition to generating an income. for lot of younger individuals, it's about quality and life and factor and i think you would agree, those from the recession they weren't able to get back into the jobs they had. >> exactly. >> and j under employed. i would think they're part of this group. >> the numbers, they referred to that recession as man-session. men were middle managers and incomes and jobs gone overseas and eliminated and not coming
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getting other jobs. they're looking at creating their own jobs. >> i want you to comment on this. this is self-employed new hampshire residents by age. look at the age ranges, 25 to 34, 4.9% and you can see 35 to 44. 45 to 54 and then the one that really caught my attention, 5 # 5 to 64, but 65 and over, that really stood out. why is-- why is that number so >> well, you can see, also, as it's starting to hit from the 55 year and older. these are the individuals when the recession was eight years ago, seven years ago, a lot of these individuals found they had to create their own jobs. went into franchising or other type of work and older people are finding their retirement is not cutting it and they have to find another way to make a
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self-employed, any common thread? >> no, all over, a lot more opportunity. >> the median incomes for those self-employed from 2013, the latest numbers we have, and massachusetts, new jersey, and you can see the number. and then, connecticut at 59,067 and then rhode island, and then here is new hampshire, 53,214. now, that is a median income, but that doesn't count the fact that you have to pay taxes and insurance and other costs of being in business, so really, it's not a lot of money. >> yes, but it does speak to what's appealing for a lot of individuals now, that's quality and life and work and when you think that that income supports what you want to do, who you want to do it for and when you want to do it, there's a lot more flexibility there. plus, obamacare does provide some kind of flexibility in terms of health care. >> right, right.
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cons. >> 10 seconds, is this trend going to continue? >> definitely. >> definitely. in fact, your numbers are different than the numbers i'm seeing. 40% we believe and they project 50% of america's worse force by 2020. >> self-employed? >> yes. >> dr. debra osgood, for small business development based here in new hampshire, but you operate across the country, thank you, nice to have you here. if you want to look at numbers again, go to wmur.com. again, go to the top of t major and where it says menu, click on local news and then scroll down to new hampshire's business. >> now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch 9 forecast. >> it's a pretty nice start to our sunday morning. we had showers rolled through and now check this out. clouds at mount monadnock, but a light north wind and it's
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north, that means that drier air is pushing in and helps to eliminate a lot of the clouds and rain and we'll see at least partly sunny skies through the day. it takes time for the mountainous area and snow showers overnight. your temperatures warmer. the record high for today is 75 degrees. can you imagine that, from 1948. the average though is 52. so fwar, concord's maximum, so far today has been 45 degrees. look at the rain tally, not impressive, but enough to give everything a little drink for sure and now it's pulling away. even the snow showers and flurries in the mountains are almost done and you can see the clouds withering away as well. here is a look at areas of snow that fell overnight in the mountains and for the most part they've come to an end except for light flurries in some of the mountain tops in particular. high pressure is building in and
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the dry air here, it slowly transitions eastward through the day today and moves in in earnest through the night tomorrow and the clouds completely clear out. tomorrow, mostly sunny skies out there and that lasts into tuesday as well. here is that futurecast look at today though with clouds and sunshine back and forth. not a bad day. temperatures upper 40's to upper 50's for high. cooler in the north country. tomorrow, lots of sunshine and that continues on tuesday as well, lots of sun is in our >> we're about 40, 45 in the north country with partly sunny skies. tonight, a cooler one because of the clearing skies out there and then we'll see the temperatures tomorrow rebound. it's a chilly start tomorrow morning, with temperatures in the 30's and even some 20's out there, but look how we rebound by the afternoon. a lot of sunshine, seasonably cool conditions for tomorrow and then, as we peek forward ahead to election day on tuesday, this
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conditions, bright skies and nonstop sunshine, you're going to see blue sky all day long with fairly light winds as well. we take a look at your extended forecast, as you can see, the temperatures will top off for the week around tuesday and then start to cool off. a cool front rolls through the region on wednesday. may spark a scattered showers or two in a couple of locations and the temperatures will drop in the afternoon. as you can see, thursday and friday, certainlyoo largely, a rain-free week ahead. dry and pretty nice weather, we could use more rain, but it doesn't look like it's in the cards for this week. >> ok, we're seconds away from the manchester marathon. our jamie staten is here to kick things off. it looks like you have some excited runners out there. >> all right. amy, welcome live, channel 9 viewers, we're live on wmur tv with 1800 runners strong ready
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we have marathoners, we have half marathoners, we have relay runners and an absolutely perfect day to run in the queen city. could not ask for better weather. runners, are you ready? >> yeah. >> yeah, you are! enjoy the run. we have the sons of the american revolution ready to start the race. here we go, marks! [gunshot] [cheering] >> nervous.
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26.2 miles today and it's the .2 that gets you. they're going to head towards the airport and then by the fisher cats ballpark on the beautiful north end of manchester and go to the west side on the rail trail and finish on elm street, a great course on a beautiful day to run. amy: for people who have done this marathon before, this is the 10th annual manchester city marathon, the course has changed up a little >> yeah, a completely different course, a different starting line, goes much different places in the city and it's really, thanks to snhu and being a major sponsor to the race and able to invest a lot of money in this. look at the sea of runners headed up elm street, a buffalo thing to see on a beautiful sunday morning in nature. we'll wrap it up for you on the tuesday tonight with jason king, news 9.
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different states and 12 different countries. welcome to new hampshire. we're live at the start of the manchester city marathon powered by snhu. i'm jamie staten, news 9 sports. amy: thank you very much. 8:53, an update on our top stories. election day is almost here as granite staters are getting ready to cast their ballots. pa push about of they head to the polls. a man charged with cruelty after he says dog with a pistol. he says he only fired in self-defense because the dog was running for his son and himself. in manchester, close to 1800 people are taking part in the 10th annual manchester city marathon. good luck to all the runners. now to our u local hot shot. this is sort of the antithesis of the marathon.
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