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>> now at noon, election day is tomorrow. the presidential push sweeping through the state right now. security at the polls. how police plan to keep you safe as you cast your ballots tomorrow. >> sunshine and light winds making for a very nice afternoon details on your election day , forecast ahead. >> >> right now, preparations are underway for two major last-minute political rallies here in new hampshire. good afternoon. i am erin fehlau. president obama will be at the you and a -- unh center. donald trump and mike pence will
the arena. elizabeth hur has the latest on the final hours before the elections. >> good afternoon. with less than 24 hours to go the fbi director is back in the middle of this campaign, this time drawing political fire from from. -- from trump. >> it's a true battleground blitz, in these critical final hours, with hillary clinton leading donald trump by just 4 points in the new abc abc news-washington post poll. >> i am excited about having a chance to make these stops. >> clinton is staying on message, not talking about that blockbuster announcement from the fbi, that has trump, back on on the attack. >> hillary clinton should not even be allowed to run for the presidency of the united states. she shouldn't be allowed.
in a letter to congress sunday, fbi director james comey writing, based on our review we have not changed our conclusions that we expressed in july. sources telling abc news, the new batch of emails contained many duplicates the bureau already reviewed. >> with what is happening with our justice, our country is a laughingstock all over the world. >> trump grueling campaign, hitting 10 states in the final 3 days before the election, while clinton is heading to the finish line with help from star supporters and president obama, campaigning for clinton, as it gets down to the wire. and also joining the obama's and the clintons tonight, jon bon jovi, bruce springsteen in philadelphia. trump is set to hold his rally in michigan with his running
hur. erin: another big race is the contest for senate. and both candidates are using every last minute before election day to win over voters. right now, maggie hassan is in peterborough, and will join president obama for his rally at unh this afternoon meanwhile kelly ayotte has more than two dozen stops planned all over the state today. she's planning to make at least 24 campaign stops in 24 hours before tomorrow. security will be increased at polling locations tomorrow to keep you safe while voting. in addition to visible security
special looking up a struggle that many undecided voters are facing as well as having live team coverage in the last push from the campaigns. commitment 2016, the final hours starts tonight right here on wmur. janet reno, the first woman to serve as u.s. attorney general has died. reno died this morning due to complications from parkinson's disease. she served for nearly 8 years at attorney general under president bill clinton and was involved in several high profile political controversies including the 1993 waco standoff. reno was 78-years-old. two people charged in connection with a low speed chase and drug bust in portsmouth, will face a judge today. police say 31-year-old travis tulo led police on a brief chase on friday before pulling into a driveway and then police found a small amount of meth in the car tulo and a passenger 21-year-old kyle haggett were both arrested on drug charges. tulo also faces a fourth offense dwi and operating after
a manhunt continues in everett, massachusetts for the person police say killed a man yesterday afternoon. officers are not releasing many details at this point but say it happened around 2:00 and officers were on scene for hours a witness says she heard two gunshots and then saw the victim run into the street and fall down. the man died at the hospital. from running into burning buildings, to saving those who had overdosed, to coming to the been shot, officers were honored in manchester this morning. also recognized officers from a surrounding town, and state troopers who came to assist manchester officers. wmur's ray brewer is live in manchester with this story. >> manchester's police chief says the story behind these awards is just an example of the courageous and heroic actions of
but he says that in may there was one day in particular that epitomizes what these officers are all about. officers ryan hardy and matthew o'connor received the police department's medal of valor. they were shot back in may after officer hardy recognized a suspect from a robbery. officer o'connor shot as he attempted to stop the suspect. including state troopers. including an officer who had only been on the job for a year and a half and help the rest the suspect. -- helped to arrest the suspect. >> we haven't been in law enforcement that long.
professionally, reacted to the defendant even after they were fired upon several times and treated him with a committee and respect even during the handcuffing process. >> the war on drugs also figured prominently in the awards. one officer recognized for helping the task force leading to the indictment of 90 people. other officers for saving lives of people who had overdosed. the chief says the city also the chief says the city also owed a special thanks to the allowing them -- helping them to bear their burden and keep the city safe. live in manchester, ray brewer. erin: congratulations to all of those honored today. still to come the search for more remains in south carolina. the latest on this disturbing case after a woman is found locked in a storage container. an earthquake rocks oklahoma.
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>> a kidnapping case has turned into a multiple murder investigation. in south carolina, investigators are trying to figure out if a man they have in custody could be responsible for more than half a dozen killings. abc's janai norman reports as the search for more victims continues. >> investigators in south carolina could be dealing with a serial killer. while investigating the suspect accused of holding a woman captive, officials say todd kohlhepp dropped a bombshell confession about a 13-year-old allegedly admitting he gunned down 4 people in 2003. >> sir, just understanding the family is here, anything you wish to say at this time? >> not at this time, sir. >> kohlhepp is charged with kidnapping kala brown who disappeared in august along with her boyfriend charles david carver. search teams are still scouring his nearly 100 acre property where brown was chained up by the neck and ankle, locked in a shipping container.
grave, saying he was shot multiple times. >> i guess call. he is remorseful. >> the seemingly successful realtor returning to his property over the weekend in an orange jumpsuit, reportedly showing investigators two more graves on his property. in one, another body. >> there's supposed to be one more down here, but we're gonna keep searching until we're positive that's it. >> other properties he owned for evidence and going over any unsolved cases looking for possible connections. kohlhepp is now facing charges for the 2003 quadruple murder. jane norman, abc news, new york. erin: a magnitude 5.4 earthquake caused significant damage in oklahoma last night. several people suffered minor injuries and 40 to 50 buildings suffered damage. there were also concerns that the quake may have damaged a
far nothing has been reported. the u.s. geological survey says there have been 19 earthquakes in oklahoma in the last week but this was the fifth largest in state history. we do have earthquakes all over the country, but i don't think i have ever heard of one in oklahoma. kevin: they are becoming gradually more frequent in that direction. around here we are looking at warmer temperatures for the next couple of days but that is just for the next couple of days. erin: we have your election forecastft in cook's corner today. and a u local hotshot photo of the day, this is jaylen and junior in the fall leaves. we love to see your pictures, your fall pictures and fall video.
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the afternoon. clear skies, light winds taking hold again later on tonight with cheese -- with seasonably chilly conditions. just a few high clouds drifting in later on this afternoon, not well ahead of the next system. as we work our way through the day on wednesday, for the time being we are looking at a few high clouds. mount washington one of the warm spots this morning. in ahead of that system. we have clear skies overhead and that holds all the way through most of the day tomorrow. an area of high pressure in control with pressure looking good for the next couple of days. through tomorrow evening, temperatures in the 40's right now. lower 50's for southeastern
lakes region is well with mid-upper 40's as well. if you pan out you will notice that surge of warmth in the ohio valley and that is all over for tomorrow with temperatures in the 50's and even lower 60's for election day. we will have a lot of sunshine to go along with it. clouds increase tuesday afternoon and tuesday evening and that is where we get to see our best chance of showers around wednesday morning. a fairer start to tuesday evening. doorstep. most of them are focused during the morning hours on wednesday. the breeze look take up behind that and that will take a step backwards temperature wise with highs in the 50's to lower 60's. tomorrow we fall back into the 40's to the low range of the 50's. a secondary disturbance will not come from the midwest. it will come from southern parts of canada and it will drag down
afternoon and nothing but sunshine. your election day forecast 50's to lower 60's with a light breeze and mostly sunny skies. clouds increase tuesday night with shower activity around before heading away. that is that second front coming through and you can see what that does with temperatures in time for next weekend. erin: i am joined by hillary davis. brittany, france. >> usually we want a perfect crepe. french cuisine, you always think of is perfect. one of the first things they do is a great. -- a crepe. if it sticks to the pot you are
even this one is a little bit too thick. it could be sicker. erin: you should also mention, this is your new book. french desserts. you have a number of books. >> this, you just throw it in. you throw this in and usually you wait and you kabul it. -- c it is a little brown underneath. so i am going to cut it up. the first time i did this, i thought, what am i doing? moms do that on a cold night in france. they will make this, only in
remember, this is dessert which is why we are putting in butter -- and sugar. ice cream drizzle, melted jam, it could be anything. i like it with ice cream. get it really hot, caramelize the butter and the sugar. so you get this crispy outside and these soft little pillows in these its -- b >> and it is perfectly imperfect, basically. >> just the way we love it. >> thank you for sharing this. and your book is available in bookstores all over. >> thank you so much for sharing this with us>>. appreciate it.
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>> the moon is about to look bigger and brighter than it has in nearly 70 years. scientists say the next super moon is monday and because of the timing it will be especially large and bright. this full moon is known as the beaver moon and the best viewing is going to be sunday night. there will be another one next month but not as bright because of a meteor shower. kevin: putting me right in the spotlight, yes, the orbits of the moon around the earth i when you get it just at the full moon stage, sometimes it is a little bit closer. erin: hopefully we will have clear skies for monday. kevin: we are anticipating mostly clear skies. hardly a cloud in the sky, we are looking at temperatures in the 40's to lower 50's this afternoon and tomorrow, a 10 degree jump for election day. we have around of showers moving through most of that on wednesday morning as that pulls
another front arrives on friday and it will drop back even further with a gritty -- pretty good breeze. erin: all these people holding signs tomorrow, they are loving the weather. at 5:00 we have more on the race for the white house with presidential nominees and what they are hoping to achieve. we will hear from candidates in new hampshire's major races. they are delivering their final pitches for you. thanks for j kate: my mom and i love shooting hoops. but you know what - she could still learn a few things from me
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trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!? 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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