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>> now on news 9 this morning, new hampshire's drug crisis, national fire departments are opening their doors to those looking for help battling addiction. how officials hope to save lives. chris: after a mild start to the season, blustery cold weather blasts into the state. where you may be slopes this thanksgiving. jamie: fire rips through a local housing complex where investigators think the flames came from. >> i can't get over the people helping out to do the work. jamie: and a big surprise for one of america's bravest. an encounter at a hardware store led to a weekend home makeover. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. jamie: good morning, new
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20th. the 325th day of the year, i'm jamie staton in this morning for amy coveno. we'll get to the top stories in a minute. first, chris jarzynka joins us with the weather. chris: it's drizzly out there, but that's the start of weather drama as we've got a line of rain that's ready to move on through and it's not going to end as rain by the time the day is all said and done. mentioned, starting off the morning as calm as a drizzly foggy morning can be. but we have some steady rain into the southern part of the state right now. you may notice off to the west that green is colored blue, where rain is changing to snow because we have a dramatic cooldown coming in, a blustery and colder afternoon. temperatures starting off the morning in the 40's, dropping into the 30's, and rain will change to snow and even accumulate in the northern and
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the higher elevations. well, we'll narrow that down for you in a few minutes with your extended 9 forecast. jamie: it looks like some kind of sunday. thanks, chris very much. this just into the news room, manchester police are on the scene of a crash that happened before 5:00 this morning, 245 eddie road, a vehicle crashed into a utility pole and right now the road is closed and no word if anyone was injured. one person has tied after a trash on tilton, laconia road. one of the drivers had to be extricated with life threatening injuries. both were taken to the hospital where one passed away. laconia road near danger road, they reconstructed the scene. neither's name has been released. turning to new hampshire's drug
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two people are one step closer to recovery as nashua's safe station program received its first clients, wmur's siobhan lopez has the story. >> nashua firefighters and their partners at amr are on the front lines in the fight against the opioid epidemic every day. troy, they responded to three overdoses in the city. while they were able to save each person using nor they hope people will reach out before it's too late. >> the people coming here, they know they need a change in thir lives. >> each is a designated safe station. anyone looking to be connected with a recovery. they saved their first. >> and a 20-year-old came with his dad.
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program and they opened in may and six people have gotten help. >> it's a tool in the toolbox, the first step for these people to get clean. >> we're hoping with programs like this, we can make a difference. >> nashua had four deadly overdoses this month. first responders say the success of the program will come when people are ready to ask for help. >> they just d turn and they are ready to try and stop and that's when we want to catch these folks, that's the critical time, when they're ready for help. >> siobhan lopez, news 9. jamie: a massachusetts construction worker was killed after he was hit in the throat with a power saw. it happened in duxbury. when they arrived they found a 28-year-old man suffering from injuries.
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occupational and safety is investigating. for granite staters having trouble paying their heating bills. the fuel assistance program helps vulnerable families in their homes. federal funds have already been released. so far about 14,000 homes have been approved to take part in this program. >> it's extremely important. last winter, we all know, we had a mild wi, be, for people who have fuel, it's only a partial payment so for them to manage it through the winter is important. the programs served more than 30,000 households last year. climate experts say that this
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situation is frozen in time. >> as we said, as the stratus progressed over the fall. kind of where we are when we hit winter, we're going to be until it warms up again in the spring. >> the map just released by noaa's climate prediction center is not good news. the drought and severe conditions in the central part of the state into the mountains will persist march. >> it's really affecting the ground water system. the precipitation during the winter is sitting on the surface. >> recent rains are a drop in the bucket, what needs to soak into aquifers. conservation will be key, watching shower lengths and laundry loads, especially with communities with restrictions in place. >> for areas where ground water levels are already low, people
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drawing from wells or from municipalities drawing from streams. >> a lot of winter snow could help, but not until spring. >> we need a good snowfall season and a slower snow melt. what you don't want is your snow to develop early or all at once. jamie: well, the holiday season got off to an early start in concord saturday. it was the annual holid people line the streets of the capital city every year to watch the parade. you may have seen the familiar faces from channel 9. our ray brewer, cherise le clerk and hayley lapoint with her dog doppler. you have a chance to catch the coolest cars in the region. the new hampshire auto show,
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ford. vehicles aren't being sold, but people can check out the models from most major brands. >> we have the pacifica, the new 2017 pacifica from chrysler. it's never been seen in a leadership yet. the 2016 or 17 hell cat, and the ghost vehicle for the new hampshire state police. jamie: good way to stay out of the rain today. it's will feature children's activities. coming up, a train veers off the track. the latest on the deadly incident in india after hundreds of left trapped inside. a shocking discovery after a scary car crash in texas. what a towing company say they
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>> welcome back. folks. you're looking at a live shot of plymouth state where it's 41 degrees, it's not going to be that warm this time tomorrow. maybe even later today. i'll have your storm watch 9 forecast in a few minutes. >> all right, chris. an investigation is underway in nevada where four people were killed in a fiery air ambulance flight crash. the plane was taking a heart disease patient to a utah hospital when it crashed in a friday night. three crew members and the patient were killed. police say the plane experienced mechanical problems before crashing. now to a developing story out of india where at least 96 people are dead after part of a passenger train rolled off the tracks. officials say 14 train cars jumped the track at around 3 a.m. local time. trapping hundreds of people inside. more than 200 people were also injured in the accident.
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responders missed a toddler, a toddler in the back seat after a serious car crash. officials say the three-year-old girl was in an suv that was involved in an accident monday. somehow, no one saw the girl who was thrown to the car's floorboard. she was later found by the towing company that took the s.u.v. to a junkyard. the three-year-old was later taken to the hospital. no word yet on her condition. some columbia university wrestlers are off the team after the school suspended them over lewd and racially insensitive text members. the group messages included alleged racial and homophobic slurs as well as about women. columbia would not say how many wrestlers are barred. the wrestlers called it inexcusable. a local woman says that age is only a number. the special class she's teaching and what inspired her.
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manchester this morning.
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i take to the open road. healthy, free, the world before me, the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose. the east and the west are mine. the north and the south are mine.
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>> now your storm watch 9 forecast. chris: well, folks it's a bit of a drizzly start. you'll need something to keep track of this. it's the reading edge of a big, big change in our overall weather pattern.
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day, 30's and 40's, north to south. here is what we've got going on. it's a stripe of rain, not particular will i-- particularly heavy, but it will private from south to north between now and 9:00 or 10:00 this morning. knots over here it is blue, in southern vermont, and our way in a lesser form, but the cold and blustery weather that acompanies it will be just as fierce. here we have not just snow, but lake effect snow over the milder lake waters, with snow in western new york. it's going to be a big snowfall for the adirondacks and the green mountains of ser month. for new hampshire lesser amounts, but pretty significant.
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we work into thanksgiving. the downpours are moving through southern new hampshire, pivot to the north and that will change to snow in the higher terrain. windy and colder and temperatures starting off in the 30's and 40's to the north. the wind will make it feel colder by this afternoon and here is how the forecast shapes up. the coldest in the western part of the state and that's where we'll change to snow in the higher terrain. we may touch 50 drop in the afternoon. snow showers, lows in the 20's and 30's and even places like manchester, the sea coast could see a passing flurry although there i don't see significant accumulation potential. areas off to the north and west, we could see, one, two, possibly three inches of snow in elevations above 5,000 feet by tomorrow afternoon. speaking of tomorrow.
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what, folks, your next five days isn't going to get a whole lot warmer. temperatures in the 30's to 40's, say goodbye to the 50's and 60's. one bright so spot on this, the next several days will be wednesday, the day before thanksgiving, decent travel not only here, but the entire northeast, looks like thanksgiving day itself could give way to light rain and snow showers, although i don't think that travel will be an issue and snow, no major accumulation, but there is a coastal storm that could spin up friday night and early saturday and time will tell on that forecast, confidence is low. >> which is a first for you. >> yeah. >> absolutely. >> i was watching college football, there was serious, michigan, virginia. >>. chris: a taste of that. not bad. jamie: and age is just a number
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chris: a woman is leading this and her neighbors couldn't be happier. shelley: in this community, they're taking part in meditation and motion, also known as thai chi. leading the back, jeanette, who at 90 years old says that thai chi has given her a new lease on life. >> i feel like as if i'm i don't-- it takes all of your-- your problems away. i mean, i can't say enough. >> jeanette says she learned thai chi while living in florida and became an instructor six years ago. she moved here and started teaching the class two weeks ago. >> we made it happen very quickly and got her in shape and made sure she was comfortable
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so we had it happen and she's really great and really happy and has brought so much to our facilities. >> fellow residents, like 90-year-old katherine briggs are happy, too. >> this is my second time. i do it-- you do feel better. >> health experts say thai chi helps to reduction stress and anxiety and the helps alzheimer's patients. >> it gives you a whole new life again. jamie: jeanette says it's never too late a start. she was never an active person until she discovered thai chi. coming up on news 9, planning to travel this thanksgiving holiday. certainly you're not alone. where some of the most popular desti destination are.
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>> well, from holiday fun to sports cars, there is something going on for everyone in the granite state. wmur's tom griffith tells us what's happening new hampshire. >> the fourth annual new hampshire auto show wraps up today at the sportsplex in bed ford.
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get a close look at the latest car technology. the show runs through 5:00 today. head to the seacoast for the 16th annual event. features work from more than a dozen talented local artists. >> and for holiday shopping, it end at 5:00 today. and head to merrimack for holiday sparkle, the anheuser-busch brewery is hosting the first are encouraged to bring a food, toy or item donation for the food bank. and it's happening 11 a.m. to 6:00 today. if you miss out this weekend, brewery lights will be open until december 30th. that's what's happening, new hampshire, i'm tom griffith, wmur news 9. jamie: thanks. most thanksgiving travelers or many will be headed for
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las vegas, san diego, new york city, home to the famous macy's parade, number five. triple-a says there be a million more on the roads than last year. and gift cards for college, the cards are available online at toys "r" us and babies "r" us. they collect money into the college savings plan. the gift card nearly every state, including new hampshire has a 529 savings plan. facebook is taking steps to prevent fake news stories from being shared on the media site following criticism that fake news may have affected the outcome of the presidential election. ceo mark zuckerberg says they're looking into fake news or the
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organizations could be involved in the situation as well. news 9 this morning, a fire damages a housing complex. what witnesses say about the scene. and the spirit of giving. how many food they've collected to make sure no one goes hungry this holiday season. and you're looking at live pictures of manchester.
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. jamie: good morning, coming up on 6:30 a.m., it is a live look at portsmouth. how beautiful is that? a lot of blue in that screen. let's look at the top stories on the half hour. a two alarm fire displaced several families living in a nashua housing complex. work was being done on the
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first floor wall. hundreds of turkeys going to families in need and thanks to the food drive. organizers say the food was donated. and president-elect donald trump has more meetings with possible members of his cabinet. he sat down with mitt romney who is reportedly in the running of secretary of state. we'll get to those in a moment. wet we had a couple of beautiful days and then it's sunday. chris: the rain spells the end of the mild weather we had to start the season. our temperatures are in the 30's and 40's right now. the 40's or our high temperatures for the day. it's going to get colder. we have a had line of rain moving through, from the lakes region through concord, manchester, down through nashua and this will taper off, we'll get maybe a few breaks of
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it's falling and accumulating as it will do in parts of our state over the next several days. so the downpours early will change to snow and that's in the higher terrain. windy and sharply colder, the temperatures in the 40's, dropping to the 30's and where do they stop? how about skiing for thanksgiving? all of that in a few minutes. jamie: ski new hampshire will love that. a crews were called to 11th street around 5:00 and it started on the floor and then headed into the attic. >> it was horrible, because my granddaughter goes to ledge street school and i know a lot of people who lived here and i have pen pals who live here,
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going to see. jamie: the firefighters say there's plumbing work and believe that maintenance may have caused that fire. this morning, hillsborough police need your help in identifying this man. they believe he's a suspect in a-- in skimming activities at an atm in hillsborough. a 67-year-old man is recovering after a tree fell on him barrington. he's med flighted. the man was cutting the tree down on franklin pierce highway when accident occurred. he may have suffered an internal head injuries. massachusetts are investigating after a body washed ashore in hall. someone was lying along the rocks on the beach, and later identified the man as 51-year-old douglas king of way mouth. investigators do not suspect
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and a life jacket was found nearby, but he was not wearing it at the time. a high level meeting in new jersey. president-elect donald trump sitting down with one of his toughest critics, former massachusetts governor mitt romney. he's reportedly in the running for secretary of state and he met with retired marine corps mattis. he's reportedly considered for families in need during the holiday thanks to a annual food drive. it's as rewarding for them as it is for those having dinner. >> from the grocery store, to the food pantry to the dinner table, hundreds of turkeys are given to families in need.
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thanksgiving turkeys. >> for the holiday we want everybody to have food and be happy and have a good holiday. >> hundreds of people lined up inside of new horizons, including lisa martino. >> they're so helpful and they give you so much food. it's so appreciated, especially when times are rough. >> the annual tons of turkey food drive starts at six local hanneford supermarkets where customers buy food for families at new horizons. event organizers from 96-5 the food were collected. >> it's been a great response. i think all the stores are going to have record years this year. >> help other people put thanksgiving meals on the table at that usually go without. that's why we like to help out the new horizons food pantry. >> along with 8 percent turkeys going home. they're signing people up for a christmas basket delivery. volunteers deliver will 1,000 baskets next month. they're known to our food pantry
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we've been fortunate so we're taking time and giving for those less fortunate. >> new horizons say more than 150 volunteers have made the thanksgiving drive possible. it's this kind of generosity that makes the holidays better for families like martinos. >> less money to spend on food when you don't have it, it's much appreciated, believe me. i've got two children a turkey dinner. >> they will be distributed again at new horizons on tuesday. not as big of a crowd, but expecting 400 to 500 turkeys. >> in manchester, mike cronin, wmur, news 9. >> the community of keene came together to raise over 20,000 cans of food for a local food pantry this weekend. all part of the 1,000 cans in 1 is,000 minutes event. the group moms on a mission hosted the canned food drive at the community kitchen in keene.
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there were almost 23,000 cans donated. now an update we brought you earlier this wek after a bench that was meant to spread kindness at the auburn village school was vandalized. the girl scout troop bought the buddy bench. and days after it was installed, it was covered with vulgar drawings. and they've raised 3, go girls, for a replacement granite one. a story we brought you yesterday. a raymond veteran fought in world war ii, korea, vietnam, is getting something back. john's daughter's trip to home depot to get items to repair the home became a bigger endeavor. cherise was there for the
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tears. >> can't get over the people that are helping out to do the work. >> and plenty of thanks. >> thank you, my friend! >> no, thank you for your service. >> god bless you. >> john ragonese has given and he and his wife are go eth back. >> what do you think. >> fantastic. >> wait until you see the bathroom. >> the couple has been staying with relatives in lawrence while his daughter fran and home depot and american league post have been repairing the bathroom, two outside decks, repairs and more. >> i can't believe it, it's really hard to believe they would do such a thing. it wasn't a hard decision for the volunteers to make. when john and margaret's
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pick up items to make fixes in the bathroom, the store found out it was for a serviceman and turned into a mission to fix up the place so the couple could stay here. >> and thank god my daughter was sent to home depot and this all came about. i can't get over it. i just can't, i said thank you, god. >> and the crew has work ahead of them. but john and margaret as he lovingly refers to as his honey bunny, has a chance memories in the home. >> we always worked, and to find this is unbelievable. >> i wouldn't know how to thank these people, they're so beautiful. >> oh, i hustled. i could never never say enough. i nl 0 wish i could do something special for them. >> i'm cherise leclerc, news 9. >> love that spirit in raymond. >> a nashua girl with an a rare life threatening disease has one
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local corner kingdom built this playroom for sophia. she is in remission from a disease that attacks her liver, and brain and the playroom offers sophia the chance to finally enjoy being a kid. a big win for the unh football team on saturday. they got it. what it means for the wildcats playoff hopes. >> well, you weather in new hampshire, wait a minute and it will change. where morning rain will turn into a wind driven snow in your storm watch 9 extended forecast. >> coming up in new hampshire
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>> welcome to new hampshire's business. i'm fred kocher. how fast is the internet that you have on your computer, on your smart phone, on your pad? well, in parts of new hampshire,
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that means that the internet was not fast and that is based on a report from the university of new hampshire extension service which maps the state in terms of broad band. br broadband means high speed internet. we'll talk to my guest about the report since the dial-up. that is there has been increased broadband in new hampshire, and it's now increasedn 95%. they spent $75 million for expansion since 2008 and, over 7,000 to businesses. and with me to talk about that is the senior director of government and economic development for fairpoint. >> nice to be here. >> the 95%, just clarify that. >> 95% of our territory, which
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fred: that includes the technology at that brad broadband uses. >> for ours, for purposes of this is dsl. we went from 63% when we took over the territory to 95. fred: 63 to 95, that's significant. >> it is. fred: what do the colors mean ott the map. this is a broadband map by the what do the colors mean. pinkish is 25 meg or more for download speed and yellowish is 6 meg up to 25 meg. it maps all the technology so it's just not fairpoint. look at the great news, look at that technology. fred: the blue are the gaps with the need to are high speed. >> some residences are gaps. fred: what's key to the map,
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areas in new hampshire where i remember from years ago that had the slowest speeds was monadnock region and the north country. you've done something about that? >> we have, indeed. because the map you just looked at is from 2015. since that time we've made all of those additional investments to what it was, and we have brought-- the high speed went from three meg those areas and i go from town to town and show them how much broadband there is, not just residences, but businesses. fred: and now the ethernet. 95% available for ethernet services, 2,200 plus ethernet services and fiber to 400 cell
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those who don't know. >> the high speed symmetrical. a business needs upload and download speeds that are the same. we have deployed this throughout the state of new hampshire so that your businesses, your education, health care, libraries, schools, can all have high speed internet now and people didn't know about it. we want them to know about it. fred: t been smooth sailing in the past few years since you took over from verizon. there were surface disruption, in maine, new hampshire-- is that not going to happen again? >> we've built to be resilient. and there are places that weren't there. if your service goes down in one
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been the case with our voice network and now the case with our broadband. fred: you'll continue to deploy for broadband? >> yes, we're doing everything in our power to get broadband to the places it needs. they can have up to 10 gig. fred: thank you. if you want to look at that map more closely and see what we just said, on news and look up on the top of the web page, to menu at the top and go to news and scroll down to business. >> now your storm watch forecast. chris: a few slight changes to the forecast for today. it's been mild as of late and pretty bright as of late. it will be neither after today for the next several days and it's not going to be mild for some time to come.
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as they will be all day. you notice how much cooler it is off to the west. because that's where the cold air is coming from. it's a big, what we call a seasonal cold front. big, big changes. now, we have some steady rain and even a few embedded downpours. i was going to say thunderstorms, not quite. that's stretching through the seacoast area and up to the upper valley, south to north. off to the west you might moderate to heavy snow from the capital of of new york through bennington, vermont and that's going to shift to the east. heaviest of the snow will be in the adirondacks and the green mountains, but we will see some in our white mountains as well. good news, the storm moves by and it's going to take a long time to do so, rather tranquil weather, so the travelling should be ok.
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western new hampshire. windy and cold and temperatures are falling. the futurecast showing a swirl of clouds and rain and that changes to snow on a very, very blustery westerly wind and in the north country, the white mountains, really into tuesday. what are we talking about in terms of snowfall? not much right now. it's off to the west. as we move the time forward, we are is going to start to accumulate and in western new hampshire, higher terrain, elevations above 1500 or 2000 feet we are going to see some significant snowfall. based on this, about two inches or so, some of the darker blue areas, indicate areas four or more, look what they're getting in the green mountains. over a foot in some of the higher terrain. even the northern and western
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inches of snow by the time all is said and done. talk about maybe doing some skiing for this thanksgiving, it's certainly going to stay cold enough as we work into thanksgiving. overnight tonight, 20's and 30's, but the wind will make it feel at least 10 degrees colder. and here is your next five days, temperatures remaining during the day in the upper 30's and lower 40's. there's the decent travelling day on wednesday. perhaps some light preciti thursday, that lingers into friday. keeping close eye on the coastal storm could make things dramatic here by next saturday. right now though it appears to stay to the south. >> now, jason king and news 9 sports. >> the unh football team needed a win in maine to keep their playoff hopes alive and they got
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elman that kicked a field goal a record of 7-4. 6-2 in the caa keeping the playoff hopes alive. the fcf selection show is this morning at 11 a.m. we'll see if the wildcats can make the playoffs for a 13th straight season. dartmouth finished off their season as well. a loss at princeton and t 4-6. how about some hockey. the bruins, and marchand skates in, and it was 3-0 in the third. and a long pass to merrimack, new hampshire, buries it, his third goal of the season. prunes win 3-1 and they will host the blues on tuesday, manchester monarchs kept the
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the game winning goal in ot. they will owes florida on wednesday. celtics in detroit, the lineup for boston. late in the fourth quarter, tobias harris, buried a three from the corner with 23 seconds to go. that tied the game at 92. celtics with a chance to win it, guess who for the put back? 18 points 11 rebounds isaiah thomas team high 24. they're in minnesota on monday. how aut southern new hampshire university hosting bridgeport on saturday. the second half, chris walters going to finish the lane, game high 2 of 25 and pulled down 15 rebounds for the double-double. fl flores, he has 17 points on the day. the pennmen with in-- win it 85-72.
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and reaction go to our website, wmur.com/fnf. the patriots play in san francisco this afternoon at 4:25. have a great sunday. jamie: all right, jason, thanks. the high school champions, plymouth, bedford. the complete highlights in the next hour. a viral internet craze makes its way to new hampshire. the latest group to take part in the mannequin challenge. to our u best place to set in hampton beach yesterday where some pretty big waves crashed onto the shore. it's a great shop. you can join the thousands of u
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>> all right. wel welcome mannequin challenge where people are frozen in time. chris: and the students at prospect mountain high school future business leaders of america, recently greeted troops coming home at peas airport. and everyone took the mannequin challenge, and including the troop. and that's literally a pause in time. that's neat and a great job.
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chris: we have plans for later on today. jamie: only two of us. chris: yes, that's true. we might be frozen in time literally if you're standing outside, it's mild this morning, but not so this afternoon. at least it's a decent travelling day the day before thanksgiving, other than that, could use improvement. jamie: there's a lot of action, a lot of action on that seven day right there. the news continues at the top of the hour with today's top stories. coming up next, safe station, the new program in n now officials hope it will save lives. new hampshire's drought. why a snowy winter might not
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>> now on news 9 this morning, new hampshire's drug crisis. nashua fire departments are opening their doors to those battling addiction and how officials hope to save li season, blustery cold weather blasts into the state. where you may be hitting the slopes this thanksgiving. >> fire rips through a local housing complex where investigators think the flames came from. >> i can't get over the people that are helping out to do the work. jamie: and a big surprise for one of america's bravest. how an encounter at a hardware store led to a weekend makeover. >> no one covers new hampshire
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jamie: and good morning, new hampshire. it is just past 7 a.m. on sunday, november 20th. just 41 days left in this year. i'm jamie staten, in for amy coveno. we'll get to our stop stories. first, chris jarzynka, i imagine in the weather, it's this. >> it's not going toee july the fourth as we look at the hooksett camera. there's been rain, drizzle and fog and that's not what we're going to end the day with. we're going to end with wind and maybe some snow showers. the warmest part of the day. that may be the warmest part of the next several days going into that thanksgiving travel week. and thanksgiving itself. we've got a strip of rain right now moving through the southern and central part of the state. but the blue indicates snow off
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the snow marches east and finds its way into western new hampshire and into the evening. colder, with temperatures in the 40's now, dropping into the 30's and feeling colder with the wind chill. the areas that could be most snow-coated as we head into the early part of the week and your storm watch 9 forecast in just a few minutes. jamie: chris, thank you. new this morning, manchester police are investigating a crash. it happened jt this morning at 2:45 eddy road, a vehicle crashed into a utility pole. eversource has cleaned up the downed wires and that area is back open. no word what caused the crash or if anyone was injured. one person has died after a head-on crash in tilton, it happened on laconia road around 6:15 last night. one of the drivers had to be extricated with the life threatening injuries and both
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one did pass away. they reconstructed the scene and neither person's name has been released. turn now to new hampshire's drug crisis. one step closer to recovery after the safe station received its first clients. wmur's siobhan lopez has the story. >> nashua firefighters and their partners at amr are onto the front lines, they responded in the city and they saved more people using car can, they hope floor people reach out to them before it's too late. >> the people coming here are at a point in their lives, they are reaching out for help. each of the six are a designated safe station. anyone looking to be connected
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walk-in saturday morning. >> it was a young man in his 20's coming in with his dad. which is common, come in with a loved one or family member. >> and they're put into a recovery program. nashua is following in manchester's footsteps. since the station opened more than 600 people have gotten help. >> it's a tool in the toolbox, it's the first step for these people to get like this we can make a difference. >> and nashua had over 40 deadly incidents. they don't know where to turn and they are ready to try and stop and that's when we watch to catch these folks, that's the critical time, when they're ready for help. >> wmur news 9. >> a massachusetts construction worker was killed after he was hit in the throat with a power
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when first responders arrived. they found a 28-year-old man suffering from serious injuries. the victim was taken to the hospital, but he did not survive. the occupational safety and health administration is investigating. it is getting colder outside and now help is available for granite staters for help with paying the heating bills. the assistance program helps vulnerable families and seniors heat their homes. this week it opened two weeks early because the federal funds have been approved to take part in that program. >> it's extremely important. last winter we know we had a mild winter. we never know from one year to the next how it's going to be. and for people who get fuel assistance it's only a partial payment, it's extremely important. >> the program served more than 35,000 households last year. >> with winter just around the corner, climatologists are
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winter, the current drought conditions will last until march. any precipitation, will it's ice or snow, it will be on the surface. the deeper ground water supply will not be replenished. a lasting snow pack will last over time to improve conditions in the spring. the holiday season got off to an early start at the annual holiday parade. about 40,000 people there and you'll notice familiar faces as well. how about our own ray leclerc, and that white westie there, that dog's name is doppler. how appropriate that? it looks like a fun time had by all. you have another chance today to check out some of the coolest cars in the region at the fourth annual new hampshire auto show. more than 170 cars are on display at the new hampshire sportsplex in bed ford. vehicles aren't being sold, but people can check out the new
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>> we have the pacifica, the new 2017 pacifica from chrysler, it's a hybrid that's never been seen in any dealership yet. we have the 2016 or 17 hellcat and the ghost vehicle for the new hampshire police. jamie: and today is the show's third and final day and it will feature children's activities. coming up on news 9 this morning, a train veers off the tracks. the latest on the deadly accident out of hundreds of left trapped inside. a shocking discovery after a scary car crash in texas. what a towing company says they discovered in the back seat that
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>> welcome back, folks.
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morning. are' looking at a live shot of hampton beach. temperature 49 degrees, you better pack some of the milder weather and heavier snow coat. we've got weather on the way on your storm watch 9 extended forecast. >> thank you. an investigation is underway in nevada where four people were killed in a fiery air ambulance flight crash. the plane was taking a heart disease patient to a utah hospital when it crashed in a parking lot in northern nevada friday night. patient were killed. the plane experienced mechanical problems before crashing. now to a developing story out of india, where at least 100 people were killed after part of a passenger train rolled off the tracks. 14 train cars jumped the track around 3 a.m. local time. trapping hundreds of people inside. around 150 people were also injured in that accident. investigators in texas are trying to figure out how first
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car crash. officials say the three-year-old girl was in an suv involved in an accident monday. somehow no one saw the girl who was thrown to the car's floorboard. she was later found by the towing company that took the suff s.u.v. to the junkyard. she was later taken to the hospital. no word on her condition. and some after racial slurs and crude comments about women and wouldn't say how many wrestlers are barred from competing. the team apologized in a letter calling the text inexcusable. still to come, a local woman is proving age is only a number. the special class she is teaching and what inspired her. it is 11 minutes past the hour, you are looking live at concord, where the sun is up, but we
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>> now, your storm watch 9 forecast. chris: well, it's folks, it's going to be a wee little bit after change coming in weather-wise. we've been fairly mild for quite some time. that's not going to be the case
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through black friday and of course, what is for many of us, a four-day weekend, but it looks like it's going to be pretty, pretty chilly, this weather pattern change, may be for the duration. let's take a look at what's doing now with temperatures. this is the warmest we'll be all day. the coast, off to the west, it's colder. that's where the colder weather is coming from today. west to east, across the state. and that is where the precipitation is changing central and southeastern part of the state right now, up through the upper valley. it's changing over to snow and that's indicated by the blue shading and that's not too far away. it's moving into parts of southern vermont, the green mountains, it's been snowing for quite some night now. and that's headed our way as well. lake effect snow, an indication of how cold the upcoming air mass is going to be. no big storms and that means big news for the travel.
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immediate west. for today, downpours early, changing to snow. now, the change to snow will be confined to the higher terrain, north and west and temperatures in the 40's as a snapshot this morning. coldest weather to the west and falling into the 30's and with the wind, it will feel at least 10 degrees colder than that. it's going to be a blustery snap in the face, you're stepping 0 ut this afternoon after. especially the way we we've been for the last several days. the snow showers continue north ap west in the higher terrain where there could be a one to three inch accumulation above 1500 or 2000 feet in elevation, blustery, cold weather. lows in the 20's and lower 30's, subtract about 10 degrees, it's going to feel colder than that. there are your temperatures, 20's, you notice the coldest weather still off to the west and mildest weather, if you will, 32 degrees, south and
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this storm is going to get stuck over us for while so it's not intense, but there will be snow showers continuing with snow squalls in the north country and the white mountains and there, you could see a few inches for a total of 3 to 6 inches of snow and that's not going anywhereas we head toward the thanksgiving week because even though we have good travel coming up on wednesday, you notice the high temperatures never really climb much out of the upper 30's and lower 40's. lows in the 20's and 's could come in late in the day on thursday and it does not appear to be an impedence for travel. there's a going to be some drama, to the south. confidence on that is fairly low. jamie: the west travel out of those, the best day is the travel day wednesday. worked out well.
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hometown, age is just a number t toed -- to this thai chi instructor. chris: wmur's shelley walcott has tstory. shelley: it's given her a new lease on life. >> i feel like i'm nine years old. i don't feel stress, it takes all of your problems away. i mean, i can't say enough. shelley: jeanette says she learned thai chai while she lived in florida and became an instructor six years ago. she just recently moved in and started teaching this class two weeks ago.
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made sure that she was comfortable with her presentation and the people that would be coming and so, we had it happen and she's really great and really happy and has brought so much to our facility. shelley: fellow residents like 90-year-old katherine briggs are happy, too. >> this is my second time. you do feel better. shelley: health experts anxiety and the repetitive motion is good for alzheimer's patients. >> it gives you a whole new life again. jamie: she says it's never too late to start and she was never an active person until she discovered thai chi. coming up, planning to travel on this thanksgiving holiday? up, up and away. you're not alone, where some of
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>> and welcome back. newly elected lawmakers will head to the state house later this month for orientation ahead of the new session in january. the political director josh
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drug crisis. >> the house will come to order. >> and the first order of business will be to determine leadership in the 400 member new hampshire house, house speaker jasper is the favorite to retain the gavel and vegetable a challenge from lori sanborn, and as governor elect sununu looks to hit the ground running, it's hopeful that will be a good one. >> the best they can hope for, republican caucus and come together and unify and take care of this agenda for them without infighting. >> no such problem on the senate side with chuck morris as a lock to return and for the first time since 2002, the republicans control the house, the senate and the corner office. >> i think it's an awesome responsibility as a republican. >> aside from the budget, the looming expiration of medicaid expansion will be debated and also an issue, a top issue
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addiction. >> that's going to be a top priority for the governor. i think the governor is going to lead on that and i honestly believe that we need to start solving that from day one. >> up like the last session that came with the high profile presidential race, the focus will be on the high dome and the work underneath it. chris: most thanksgiving travelers wi b las vegas and san diego, orlando, and new york city and the famous macy's day parade, that's number five and triple-a says there will be a million more americans on the road this thanksgiving compared to last year. gift cards are very popular as a choice for the holidays. a first of its kind program rolled out, gift cards for college. they're available online at toys
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shavings plans. they're rolled out in california, but nearly every state, including new hampshire have a 529 savings plan. in the next half hour of news 9 this morning, a fire damages a nashua housing complex. what witnesses say about the scene. and the shirt of giving. how many food granite staters have collected to make sure that no one goes hungry this holiday season. you're looking at live picke
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. jamie: good morning, it's 7:28. we're looking at the seacoast and it's nice and warm there, chris jarzynka, 49 degrees. i tell you what today is perfect for, chris, i would say staying
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with chris coming up, but first, our top stories, a two alarm fire displaced several families living in a nashua housing complex. investigators say work was being done at the time and think the fire may have started in the first floor wall. hundreds of turkeys are going to families in need for the tons of turkeys food drive. and president-elect donald trump has more meetings planned with possible members of his cabinet today. yesterday, trump mitt romney who is reportedly in the running for secretary of state. we'll get to the top stories and more in just a minute. but now, we bring in chris. as you were scheduled to come in, that was my bad. patriots at 4:30, if it's raining out, a good place to be inside. chris: you've got that right. i'm kind of glad i'm working this morning shift with you all
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by this afternoon, i'm not going to want to go outside. it's going to be about 10 degrees colder, probably going to feel about 20 degrees colder. here is your latest satellite and radar view. we have a light to decent moderate rain across the central part of the state. not a drought buster, but take every little bit we can. notice off to the west where we have the blue shading, lighter blue shading, that's snow and that's light to moderate and in some areas, heavy snow towards and capital of albany. downpours early this change to snow in western new hampshire and the higher terrain. and waiting to get colder for all of us. 40's and 30's and they're not stopping there. more on that part of your storm watch extended forecast in just a few minutes. jamie: thank you. several families were displaced after a two alarm fire at a housing complex in nashua.
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spread to the second floor and heavy fire could be seen shooting out of the bill building. >> it was horrible. i know a lot of kids in here and i had pen pals that lived in here, too. so it's scary coming in here, you don't know who you're going to see. jamie: luckily, no one was inside at the time and firefighters say there was plumbing work going op and maintenance may have caused the fire. and hillsboro p skimming crimes over the past few days, anyone with information is asked to call the police. a 67-year-old man is recovering in the hospital this morning after a tree fell on him in barrington. these are images of him being med flighted from barrington yesterday morning. fire officials say the man was cutting down the tree on franklin pierce high school when the incident occurred. officials say he may have
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washed ashore in hall yesterday. police received a report that along the beach at 9:30 rocks - yesterday morning. they later identified the man as 51-year-old douglas king of waymouth. investigators do not inspect foul play. he was wearing a wet suit. a life jacket was found nearby, but he was not wearing it at the time. an unlikely pair holding a high level meeting president-elect donald trump sitting down with one of his critics, mitt romney. reportedly in the running for secretary of state and met with retired marine corps general ma mattis. the president-elect has more meetings on deck and possibly more job announcements. hundreds of turkeys are going to families in need thanks to an annual food drive. the annual tops of turkey food drive collected 17 tons
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supermarkets brought food to doe naught for families at new horizons. more than 800 were given out at the pantry yesterday and more turkey and fixings will be given out on tuesday at new horizons. the community of keene came together to raise over 20,000 cans of food for a local food pantry this weekend. it's part of the 1,000 can in 1,000 minutes event. the group, moms on a mission, hosted the canned food drive at the community kitchen in keene. there was almost 23,000 cans. well done. now an update to a story, after a bench that was meant to spread kindness at the village school was vandalized and those who bought the buddy bench so they could sit and meet new friends, days after it was installed was discovered with vulgar drawings, so they're replacing it with a sturdier granite one.
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they've raised more than $3,000. check that out on wmur.com. a raymond veteran who fought in world war ii, korea, and vietnam is getting something back. john ragonese, his daughter's trip to home depot to pick up repairs for her father's home, that turned into a bigg that. >> it was a day of surprises, tears. >> can't get over the people helping out to do the work and plenty of thanks. thank you, my friend. thank you for your service. >> john has given a lot to others during his 88 years spent on earth and just this once, he and wife margaret are getting something back. >> what do you think? >> i think it's fantastic. >> isn't it wonderful?
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room in the house that you love, the bathroom. >> the couple of 60 years, has been staying with relatives. the volunteers from home depot and raymond american legion post, they're replacing two outside decks, raking leaves, repairing, and more. >> i'm so thankful. i can't believe it, it's hard to li volunteers to make. when john and margaret's daughter went to home depot to pick up things to make fixes in the bathroom, the store found out it was for a serviceman and they fixed up the place so the couple could stay here. >> and thank that my daughter went to home depot and this came about. i can't get over it, thank you, god. >> the crew has work ahead, john
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to as his honey bunny, has a chance to stay in this home. >> and i don't know how to thank these people. >> oh, i hustled. oh, maen, i could never, never say enough. i only wish i could do something special for them. >> i'm cherise lecleclerc, wmu jamie: internet dangers. cracking internet crime cases and what they need to keep the youngest victim safe. >> a mild start to the day will yield to a sharply colder blustery finish, where snow could coat the ground and then some in your storm watch 9 forecast.
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>> and welcome back. child pornography started going cyber about 20 years ago.
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and reaching out to victims easy and anonymous. training to fight this crime is specialized, delicate and difficult and the available resources are slim. wmur's amy coveno investigates why new hampshire crime fighters say this mission needs more funding. >> pittsfield, new hampshire, a bedroom community, home to just over 4,000 people. >> it is a small town in new hampshire, but we are very busy here in pittsfield and we ha we are so it definitely keeps us busy. >> this summer, police received a cyber tip about a young girl. >> in pittsfield who was a victim initially was messaging a 34-year-old man. >> the suspect was 836 miles away in fort wayne, indiana. detective martineau moved quickly and went to the victim's home and knocked on the door.
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idea. >> children interacting with strangers through cell phone apps such as kick. >> sending nude photos and videos. >> a phone tip alerted missing and exploited children who contacted detectives in indiana and new hampshire, launching an interstate investigation. >> a tough age for a girl, i can tell you that. so he definitely took advantage of social media and used that entice her into doing whatever he wanted her to do on the internet. >> investigators soon discovered the case involves two victims, images of the girls younger sibling were found on the device as well. it went on for months. >> she groomed and manipulated through the internet through somebody who took advantage of, you know, social media, you know, the kick app is what he used to lure her in on the internet. >> i would argue it's probably
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talking about cell phones. she says they're pivotal to prosecuting these cases. >> in this particular case, the use of the cell bright forensic tool, which is a tool use today download, extract content from cell phones. i-cac is the internet crime against children task force. wardner volunteers for the task force when she has time between homicide se >> news 9 investigates got rare access inside the icac lab to see how evidence is extracted, logged and stored. this is a cell bright, expensive technology capable of retrieving even some deleted data from devices. >> in 1998, one of the first ten task forces in the conduct. >> the sergeant is the commander of icac headquartered in the norris cotton federal building in manchester. the department of homeland
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on the front lines when search warrants are served. the portsmouth police department manages the federal grants supporting icac currently just 265,000 a year. and they receive 30 cyber tips a month and relies on borrowing trained investigators from 90 affiliate agencies to volunteer when their full-time jobs allow. >> we continue to grow and cases continue to come in so in the last four to five years underinvestigating these types of crimes. >> at a time when cyber crime against children is exploding, the funding has been cut dramatically. a decade ago, vermont, new hampshire and maine shared regional funding of a half million dollars. >> there are a lot of targets here in new hampshire that we can't investigate because we simply don't have the time or the resources to do. >> the pittsfield case is moving forward. 34-year-old joseph coder was
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charged with performing sexual conduct in the presence of a minor, and possession of child pornography. investigators say he admitted he knew the ages of the victims. >> an innocent child was just simply having a conversation with somebody who they thought they could trust until we find out that the monster that the person, you know, turned in to be. >> last month, the detective sergeant testified in concord asking state lawmakers for a million dollars annually in state funding so icac can expand to 10 full-time investigators and include proactive investigations in their mission that right now is limited to reacting after a tip has come in and a child has already been victimized. for news 9 investigates, i'm amy coveno. >> now, your storm watch 9 for forecast. >> i do hope you get the chance to head out this morning. i know there's drizzle, there's fog out there. there's clouds. there's even a steady band of rain moving through, but these
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50 out of the coast, they're not going to be seen for a time as a cold blast is getting ready to descend on new hampshire, as we move through the day. here is the steady band of rain, it's moving through your county in maine and it's cleared our seacoast and areas in concord and manchester. it's now moving through the lakes region. it's not going to be a drought buster, but we'll take what we can get. you notice that the coloring of the green mountains of vermont and that's because the rain changes to snow and there is a rapid dividing line, a very sharp cold front that will quickly turn our wind from the southeast to the west and quickly drop our temperatures from the 40's in through the 30's. the wind making it feel even colder. now, the actual storm center will slowly meander on through northern new england over the next couple of days. this is lake effect snow off to the west, an indicating of how
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west, but it does quiet down, so it looks at least for the travel day on wednesday before thanksgiving, it should be ok. and downpours early changing to snow in new hampshire. windy and colder, highs in the morning, dropping to the 30's in the afternoon. here is how it plays out. you can see that swirl, that pinwheel, the large rotation in the atmosphere. that keeps on our western slopes in the mountains and foot hill snow falling straight tuesday and by the time all is said and done we are going to see some significant accumulation, not as much as you'll see off to the west in parts of the adirondacks, two feet of snow in parts of the green mountains, too. hey, even in our higher terrain around the sunapee area, we're looking from two to possibly four inches of snow and in the northern and western slopes of the white mountains, especially through francona notch, the darker areas we could see as
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the time things start to wind down later on monday and into tuesday. and so, here is your next five days, featuring that rain changing to snow today. very cold tonight, the wind will make it feel colder and by the way. even southern new hampshire to the coast could see a passing flurry or a light snow shower. no accumulation and the ground too warm for that, at least along the shore. mixed rain and showers continues. and snow showers in the mountains and that tapers off on tuesday, a decent travelling day on wednesday. that's thanksgiving day, chilly, but generally quiet, some light rain or snow coming in late in the day. and that lingers through black friday although i don't think that travel will be an issue. we are going to keep a close eye on the coastal storm for saturday and that could make things tricky here, interprets as you notice throughout the entire week remaining in the 40's. now, time to check out news 9 sports. >> now, jason king on news 9 sports.
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games. all three of them played at university of new hampshire at the wildcats stadium on saturday. division one had the light game under the lights. 10-1 exeter, undefeated bedford. the bulldogs trying to get something going as smith rips off a nice run around the right side the good for 15 yards. on the next play, robert picked off by flannigan, the senior linebacker with a great job, good return for the blue hawks and scoreless at bedford breaks the ice and the back. end enso, 23 yard touchdown. 7-0 lead. three watches for 46 yards and a touchdown. late in the fourth quarter. exeter, rolls right and picked off by kyle, and two interceptions on the night. nick leahy 124 yards for the bulldogs.
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undefeated season with the first football title in the 10-year history of the school. >> i've been coaching there for ten years, very first year we opened up in 2007. so for us to come this long and finally get it feels great. >> words can't describe how happy i am, the team is and we worked so hard for this. summer, all summer long and all off-season and to come to this, it's awesome. >> all right, in division two. it was plymouth taking on the bow falcons. the board. a connection and he makes a man miss and goes 47 yards for the touchdown. 7-6 bow. harkens threw for 248 yards and two touchdowns. second quarter, 17-6 bow now in front and plymouth running back macgowan. breaks free down the side line. 63 yard touchdown run, 17-14
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run here bobcats lead 20-17. four minutes to go, and this time a four yard touchdown run, 24-20, corvo stored three times. and 16 seconds to go, roy throws just a second pass of the football game, a 15 yard touchdown and carried it 31 times for 178 yards and two scores. he also caught at that game winning touchdown pass. the plymouth top. they win the division 2 championship, 27-24. >> we gave ourselves a chance to win the game and we won it. >> that's the thing about us, so much, we're integrity driven and that's the model pretty much for us all year. >> division 3 had the early game. stevens and interlakes moultonborough. in the first quarter, kelly finds him for 18 yards at the
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7-0. second quarter, 14-8 interlakes now. stevens quarterback bourke, 31 yards to zachary o'brien. 16-14 cardinals after the two point conversion. bourke threw for two touchdowns. the second and third quarter. finds parker smith and breaks free for 61 yards, 9 the catches, 150 yards and that score for smithment fourth quarter, lakers a late touchdown to sheehan. 42 yards, he fight yards, three touchdown and 28 carries, stevens wins it 46-20, the first football championship for stevens high school since 1968. >> that means everything to this team and the city right here. they try so hard and put so much effort into the season and it shows. >> it started back in june they committed from game one. we beat both of the teams on the playoffs and they have so much
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needed a win up in maine on saturday to keep their playoff hopes alive and they got it. the wildcats beat the black bears, 24-21. and doulton cross, but hell monday kicked the game winning field goal. seven seconds to go. the regular season, 7-4, 6-2 in the caa. they'll find out later. the selection show is at 11 a.m. and we'll see if they can make the bruins at home with the winnipeg jets last night. 1-0 boston. marchand skates in and scores with the back hand. his 6th of the year. 2-zip bruins. a nice long pass ahead to shaller, and the kid from merrimack, new hampshire buries it. bruins win 4-1. they'll host the blues on tuesday. and celtics they played in detroit with the pistons last
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tobias harris, buried a three from the corner. 20 seconds to go, tied at 92. celtics with a chance, shot is off the mark, but horford the putback and isaiah thomas a team high 24 and the celtics win 94-92. they're in minnesota on monday. and the patriots play this afternoon at 4:25. they take on the 49ers in san francisco. nascar sprint cup series final race of the season. sprint cup championship up for grabs at homestead. that's sports, have a great sunday. jamie: thanks, big day in nascar for sure. a viral internet craze makes its way to new hampshire. the latest group to take part in the mannequin challenge. and to u local hot shots. this is not the best chance to sit. pretty big waves were crashing nearby. it's a great photo.
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>> welcome back. by now you've probably seen the mannequin challenge. people pose like they're frozen in time. >> and in new hampshire, the students involved in the future business leaders of america, recently greeted troops coming home at peas airport.
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including some of the troops. >> i don't know how they hold still for that long. >> windham seniors did one recently and it's starting to spread and i think we'll have to do one here on channel 9 before you know it, i'll be the cameraman because i can't sit still. >> and the seven day forecast, if you're travelling wednesday in new england, it looks like a great day. >> throughout most of the northeast i would say down through the mid atlantic, towards chicago, other than that, just some light precipitation coming t then it's just going to be a lot colder. the thing we have to get used to. it's the new normal for this time of year and definitely feel like late november. >> no plowable snow. >> unless you're in a mountain top and good luck getting the plow up there. >> get the chains on. >> the news continues at the top of the hour with today's top stories, coming up next, safe station program in nashua and how officials hope it will save
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make up for.
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>> now on news 9 this morning new hampshire's drug crisis and fire departments are opening their doors for those battling addiction. how officials hope to save lives. chris: after a mild start to the season, blustery cold weather blasts into the state.
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jamie: fire rips through a local housing complex. where investigators think the flames came from. >> i can't get over the people helping out to do the work. jamie: and a big surprise for one of america's bravest. how an encounter at a hardware store led to a weekend home make o over. >> he know one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. >> and good morning, new hampshir november 20th, it's the 325th day of the year. i'm jamie staton in for amy coveno. we'll get to the top stories in just a minute. first, let's bring in meteorologist chris jarzynka for the sunday, fun day forecast. it's a little crazy out there today. >> a score card to keep ready for that. foggy, clouds--
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with the ground. and temperatures right now starting off the morning in the 40's, but you notice it's dropped to 39 in keene. off to the west of there, it's colder through vermont where rain changed to snow. heavy snow at times, if you're travelling off to the west. i might recommend the mass turnpike versus route 4 or route 7 as that snow steadily moves east. we will see it here in new hampshire. cold weather stretching all the way back into through the midwest so say goodbye to mild temperatures that we have this morning. knocking our highs from the 40's where they are now. and making it feel 10 degrees colder. stop me now! your storm watch 9 extended forecast is coming in a few minutes. >> one person has died after a head-on crash in tilton, it happened on laconia road at 6:15 last night. one of the drivers had to be extricated with life threatening injuries.
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tanger outlet. and two people are one step closer to recovery after nashua's safe station received its first clients. siobhan lopez spoke with first responders and she has the story. >> nashua firefighters and partners at amr are on the front line against the opioid epidemic every day. overdoses in the city and they were able to respond with narcan, they hope more people will reach out for help before it's too late. the people coming here at the time a point in their life where they need to make a change and they're looking for help. each is designated a safe station. anyone looking can go there for help and received the first walk in saturday morning. >> a young man in his early 20's
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thinks which is common. >> the man was evaluated and sent to harbor home and put into a recovery program. and nashua is following in manchester's footsteps. around 600 people have gotten help. >> it's a tool in the toolbox of the the first step for people to get clean. >> we're hoping that with programs like this, we can make a difference. >> nashua has already had four deadly overdoses this month. first respoer people are ready to ask for help. >> they just don't know where to turn and they are ready to try and stop and that's when we want to catch these folks. that's the most important, the critical time is when they're ready for help. >> siobhan lopez, news 9. >> a nashua worker was killed after he was hit in the throat with a power saw. when first responders arrived
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the victim was taken to the hospital, but he did not survive. the occupational safety and health administration is investigating. it's getting colder outside. and now, the new hampshire fuel assistance programs helps vulnerable programs and families and seniors heat their homes. this year, the program opened two weeks al because federal funds have been released. so far about 14,000 homes have been approved to take part in the program. >> it's mild winter. we'd never know from one year to the next how it's going to be and for the people that get fuel assistance, it's only a partial payment of their fuel, for them to get it now and manage fuel through the winter is extremely important. last year, the program served more than 35,000 households. climate experts say the drought we've experienced here in new hampshire would likely last through the winter and that's
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>> new hampshire's drought situation is about to be frozen in time. >> what we've been saying as this stratus progressed over -- as the drought has progressed over the fall, where we are is where we'll be in the spring. >> by noaa prediction center it's not severe conditions through the state and into the mountains will persist until at least march. the drought is affecting the ground water system and of course, here in the cold climate, the preparation during the winter is going to be sitting on the surface. we need that in the ground water system. >> recent rains are a drop in the bucket of what's needed to soak into aquifers before things freeze. conservation will be key, watching shower length and
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>> four areas where the ground water levels are already low, people are going to have to conserve their water use if they're drawing from wells or for municipalities that are drawing from spring. >> we need a good football season and a slower snow melt. one of the things that they don't want to happen, the snow melt early or all at ones. >> jennifer crompton, wmur news. early start in concord saturday at annual holiday parade. officials estimate about 4,000 people line the streets of the capital city to watch the parade and if you were there, you saw wmur's ray brewer was there and cherise leclerc and hayley lapoint with her adorable west highland dog named doppler. they walked the route and greeted folks. it looks like a fun time. you have another chance today to
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auto show, more than 170 cars on display at the new hampshire sportsplex in bedford. people can check out the new models from most major brands. >> we have the pacifica, the new 2017 pacifica from chrysler. it's a hybrid that's never been seen in any dealership yet. and we have the 2016 or 17 hellcat. and the ghost vehicle from the new hampshire state police. an and final day. it will feature children's activities. >> and coming up on news 9 this morning. a train veers off the tracks. the latest on the deadly accident out of india after hundreds are left trapped inside. a shocking discovery after a scary car accident in texas.
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you're looking at a live picture of berlin from the valley hospital camera. we're at 37 degrees, somewhat cloudy. it may not just be clouds in the sky throughout the rest of the state. that part of your storm watch 9 forecast in minutes. >> see you then, chris. an investigation is underway in nevada after four people were killed in an air ambulance flight crash. the plane was taking a heart disease to a utah hospital when it crashed in a three crew members and the patient were killed. the police say the plane experienced mechanical problems before crashing. now to a developing story out of india where at least 100 people were killed after part of a passenger train rolled off tracks. 14 train cars jumped the track at 3 a.m. local time, trapping uns had-- trapping hundreds of people
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the accident. investigators in texas are trying to figure out how first responders missed a child in the back seat after a car crash. the three-year-old girl was involved in an accident and somehow no one saw the girl who was thrown to the floorboard. she was later found by the towing company that took the s.u.v. to a junkyard. the three-year-old was later taken to the hospital and no word yet on her condition. >> some columbia university wrestlers lewd and racially insensitive text messages, including alleged homophobic and racial slurs, as well as crude sexual comments about women. columbia would not say how many wrestlers are barred from competing. the team apologized in a letter calling the texts inexcusable. a local woman is perfecting age, well, it's only a number. she's teaching a special class and what inspired her to do it.
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pictures, kind of hard to see through the rain there in
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>> now, your storm watch 9 forecast.
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and i have the pleasure of telling you about the end of the mild weather. it's done, forget about it, go out this morning and enjoy it, even with the drizzle, fog and rain out there. if you like mild weather. if you like colder weather, oh, boy, do i have a forecast for you. we manage today hit 50 in portsmouth. we have a victory though because the temperatures are going to be dropping precipitously in the afternoon. we're into the 30's off to the north and 30's in keene. the cold weather is coming in almost due west to east. we rain moving through just north of the lakes region and white mountains that will continue to pivot through the next hour or so and then it's out of here. the actual front itself is now just about moving close to brattleboro, vermont. and you'll know when it comes through, the wind will shift and temperatures will drop for some time to come of the we're headed into the time of the year, mild
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it's been snowing for hours in the bennington area and the lake effect snow, colder air moving over relatively mild lake water. and the snow won't be as concentrated into the granite state. good news, not much west of there, no organized systems. the travel time before thanksgiving should be ok and that does mean not just here in new england, but also throughout the ent downpours early, change to snow and that mainly in northern new hampshire. windy and colder in the afternoon. temperatures in the 40's near 50 early and those will drop into the 30's west and lower 40's east in the afternoon as any leftover rain changes to snow, primarily in the higher terrain in western and northern new hampshire. the wind is going to make it feel 10 degrees colder than the air temperatures will be this afternoon. overnight tonight. snow showers, mainly in western new hampshire an and northern
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three inches. possibly higher in the higher terrain. elevations above, 2000, 2500. 3000 feet and temperatures into the 20's and 30's and that would be a shock in the system. factor in a wind, 10, 15 miles per hour and gusting to 20 and it will feel 10 degrees colder than that. kind of getting the idea and then to start off the work week on monday, well, temperatures don't go too far. 30's, lower 40's, a glimpse of sunshine, a shower with snow continuing in the white mountains up through the north and in through tuesday. the total snowfall accumulation, three to six inches. in the favored north mountains and our temperatures stay at or below normal as we work through the remainder of the week. the bright spot here, both literally and figuratively on wednesday with travel in the 40's and dry weather. it looks like for thanksgiving thursday itself. there will be light rain and
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and does not appear to be a travelling issue at this point weather-wise. sart, -- looks at the south right now. well, prepare for storm coverage. temperatures in the 40's. there's a half marathon in nashua. wolf hollow. they need light jackets. a good tailwind depending when you finish. jamie: tailwind not a head instructor. chris: this 90-year-old, 90, is leading this in windham and her neighbors couldn't be happier. shelley walcott has the story. shelley: in this community room at windham terrace, senior citizens are embracing a new-age practice, motion known as thai chi. leading the back, a fellow
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life. >> i don't feel stress, i don't-- it takes all of your problems away. i mean, i can't stay enough. >> she is says she learned thai chi while living in florida and became an instructor six years ago, she recently moved into windham terrace and started teaching this class two weeks ago. >> we made it happen very quickly and got her in pl comfortable with her presentation and the people that would be coming, and so we-- woo he had it happen and she's really great and really happy and has brought so much to our facilities. >> fellow residents, like 90 yoo he recalled katherine briggs are happy, too. >> this is my second time. you do recall better. >> health experts say thai chi
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for alzheimer's patients. i can't say enough. it's a whole new chance at life again. >> shelley walcott, news 9. >> jeanette says it's never too late to start. she was never an active person until she discovered thai chi. >> are you planning to travel this thanksgiving holiday? you're not alone. where some of the most popular
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>> good sunday mork, thank you for being with us, from holiday fun to sports cars, something for everyone today. tom griffith tells us what's happening new hampshire. >> the four annual new hampshire auto show wraps up today at the new hampshire sportsplex in bed ford. featuring more than 150 new the latest car technology. the show runs through 5:00 today. and head to the seacoast for the portsmouth arts tour. the 16th annual event features work from more than a dozen talented local artists. watch demonstrations and get a jump start on holiday shopping. the third and final day of the tour kicks off at 10 a.m. and ends at 5:00 today. head to merrimack for sparkle. the brewery is hosting the new
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the season and visitors are encouraged to bring a food donation item for toys for tots and the food bank. happening 11 to 6 a.m. today. brewery lights will be open until december the 30th and that's what's happening, new hampshire. >> i'm tom griffith, wmur news 9. >> most thanksgiving travelers will be headed to warm weather this year and triple-a says the top holiday destinations are, las vegas, san francisco, san diego, and orlando. the famous macy's day parade, that's number five and triple says says there will be a million more americans on the road this year compared to last year. now, a first of its kind program is rolled out. gift cards for college. the cards are available online and at toys "r" us and babies "r" us stores. and they direct money into the recipient's 529 college savings
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nearly every state. including new hampshire does have a 529 savings plan. facebook is taking steps to preve prevent fake news stories on the site. that it may have affected the election. mark zuckerberg says they're looking for fake news and red flag fact checking organizations could be involved in that as well. here is what's happening in our next half hour of news 9 this morning. a fire damages a nashua housing complex. what witnesses say about the scene. and spirit of giving, how much food granite staters have collected to make sure no one goes hungry this holiday season. let's take a live look at hooksett, new hampshire.
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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. >> and good morning, granite staters. it's exactly 8:30. we take a live look at meredith. still warm, but just a bit north of there, perhaps some snow today. we'll get a check with chris on the forecast in just a moment. but first, a look at the top stories this half hour, a two alarm fire displaced several families living at a nashua housing comple done at the building at the time and think the fire may have started in a first floor wall. >> thanks to the tons of turkeys food drives. they say tons were donated and president-elect donald trump has more meetings planned with more meetings of his cabinet today. he sat down with former massachusetts governor mitt romney who was reportedly in the running for secretary of state. and we will get to those stories and more in just a minute.
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meteorologist chris jarzynka. they paint the same dreary picture for today. >> yeah, and add to the dreary picture, temperatures about 10 degrees colder and feeling about 20 degrees colder than what we're seeing in concord, where we have rainen had covered roads, not as much as the drought, but we'll take every little bit we can. colder weather is coming from the west and it's going to be significantly colder than really anything we've experienced so far this and enjoy it while it lasts on our radar, steady rain moving to the north and it's heaviest through the white mountains and through the north country at noon time. you see how that radar is painted in blue, it's snow falling and it was snowing through the adirondacks and western part of vermont. a piece could be moving to the granite state later today and temperatures dropping from the 40's into the 30's and the wind
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whole lot warmer anytime sooner. >> several families were displaced after a two alarm fire at a housing complex in nashua. crews were called to 11th street around 5:30 last night. official believe the fire started in a first floor wall and spread to the second floor and then into the attic. heavy fire and smoke could be seen shooting out of the building. >> it was horrible because my granddaughter goes to the school and i know a lot of here, too. so it was kind of scary coming in here because you don't know who you're going to see. >> luckily, no one was inside at the time. firefighters say there is plumbing work going on and they believe that maintenance may have caused that fair. this morning, hillsborough police need your help identifying this man. investigators say he's a suspect in the atm skimming crimes in hillsborough and manchester. anyone with information is asked
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in the hospital this morning after a tree fell on him in barrington. these are images of him being med flighted from barrington yesterday morning. fire officials say the man was cutting a tree down on franklin pierce high school when the incident occurred. officials say he may have suffered an internal head injury. massachusetts police are investigating after a body washed ashore in hull yesterday. police received a report that someone was lying on theoc they later identified the man as 51-year-old douglas king of w waymouth. they do not suspect foul play. he was wearing a wet suit and a life jacket was found nearby. he was not wearing it at the time. president-elect donald trump in new jersey sitting down with one of his toughest critics, mitt romney.
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and james mattis considered a top prospect for defense secretary. the president-elect has more meetings today and possible job announcements. and hundreds of turkeys are going to families in need thanks to a food drive. as rewarding for the volunteers as it is for those receiving the dinners. mike cronin has more from the queen city. >> from the grocery store to the food pantry to the dinner table. out to families in need. >> this is end of a rewarding process for volunteers giving thanksgiving turkeys complete with the fixings to manchester families. >> we want everybody to have food and be happy and have a good holiday. >> hundreds of people lined up inside of new horizons including l l
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hanneford supermarkets where families buy food to donate to families at new horizons. event organizers from 96.5 the mill say 17 tons of food has been collected. >> it's a great response. i think the stores will have record years. >> helping put thanksgiving meals on the table for those who would give out. that's why we like to help the new horizons food pantry. >> 800 turkeys going home, and pantries areig for christmas basket deliveries. they'll deliver about 1,000 baskets next month. >> they're known to our food pantry or soup kitchen or just struggling. we've been fortunate. we're taking time for those who are less fortunate. >> new horizons say more than 150 volunteers made the thanksgiving drive possible. it's this kind of generosity that makes the holidays better
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>> it's much appreciated, believe me. i've got two beautiful children that would like to have a real turkey dinner. because of them we can. >> turkeys will be distributed again on new horizons on tuesday, not as big of a crowd, but they're expecting to give out 400 to 500 turkeys. mike cronin, news 9. >> along the same lines, the community of keene came together to raise food for a food pantry this cans in 1 is,000 minutes event. the group moms on a mission hosted the canned food drive at the community kitchen in keene. as of last night, the group said they were almost at 23,000 cans, amazing. >> now to an update a story that we brought you earlier this week, after a bench that was meant to spread kindness at the school was vandalized. a girl scout troop bought the buddy bench so kids could meet new friends.
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covered with vulgar drawings. they are looking to get a sturdier granite one. they set up a page, and raised $3,000. you can see that on wmur.com. a story we brought you yesterday. a raymond veteran fought in world 2, korea and vietnam. his daughter's trip to home depot to pick up items to make small repairs in her fathe home. it turned into a bigger endeavor. and cherise le clerk had a bigger reveal. >> it's beautiful. >> an it was a day of surprises, tears. >> can't get over the people helping out to do the work. and plenty of thanks. >> thank you, my friend. >> no, thank you for your service. >> god bless you. >> john has given a lot to others in 88 years spent on
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something back. >> what do you think? >> i think it's fantastic. >> isn't it wonderful? >> it's the most exciting thing. >> wait until you see the best room in the house you love, the bathroom. >> the couple of 60 years has been staying with relatives in lawrence while their daughter fran and volunteers from home depot and raymond american legion post 90 made miracles happen at their home. replacing two outside decks, repairing leaks, hanging doors, >> i'm so thankful to them. i can't believe it, it's hard to believe they would do such a thing. >> it wasn't a hard decision for the volunteers to make. when john and margaret's daughter went to home depot to pick up items to make fixes in the bathroom, the store found out it was for a serviceman and they were on a mission to fix up the place so the couple could stay here. >> and i sent my daughter to home depot and this all came
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>> the crew has work ahead of them, but john and margaret he lovingly refers to as his honey bunny, will have a chance to have more memories together in their home. >> he's had to work for everything he did, to find this is unbelievable. i wouldn't know how to thank these people. they're so beautiful and-- >> boy, hustled. oh, man, i could never, never say enough. i only wish i could do something special for >> story of the year in raymond. stay with us, coming up, a big win for the unh football team on saturday. they had to have it and they got it. what it means for the wildcats playoff hopes. >> mild weather and you know, the weather, new hampshire, you wait a minute and it will change. where morning rain will turn into a wind driven snow in your storm watch 9 extended forecast. >> coming up in new hampshire's
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>> welcome to new hampshire's business. i'm fred kocher. how fast is the internet that you have on your computer, on your smart phone, your pad? well, in new hampshire, dial-up is still a year ago, dial-up has been the norm and that means that the internet is not fast and based on a report by new
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so we're going to talk to my guest in a minute about that. first let's go to what happened since the report about dial-up and that is that there has been increased broadband and high speed in new hampshire, broadband increased most of the state to 95% and spent 75 million for expansion since 2008 and 7,100 miles of new fiber in 5,000 businesses. with me to talk about that ellen scarponi, senior economic development for fair point, welcome. >> thank you, nice to be here. fred: that 95%, clarify that. >> that's 95% of our territory, which is most of new hampshire. fred: which is most of new hampshire. >> yes. fred: that includes the technologies that broadband uses. >> that's only our technology for the 95%. fred: which is? >> which is our dsl for the purposes of this conversation, it was the dsl. fred: dsl, ok.
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over the territory from verizon to 95. fred: 63% to 95%. that's significant. >> it is. fred: what do the colors mean on the map? this is broadband happen, what do the colors mean? the pinkish is 25 meg or more for a download speed and yellowish is 6 meg up to 25 meg. it maps all the technology, this is not look at all of this technology. fred: the blue are the gaps where there's a need for high speed. >> where there are residences that are gaps. fred: what's key to this map, ellen, to me, we can come off the map now, is that the two areas in new hampshire i remember from years ago that will the lowest speeds was the monadnock region and the north country. you've done something about
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at was from 2015. since that time we've made additional investments to what your first shied was and we have brought the high speed has gone from 3 meg in those areas, to 25 meg in many of the areas. and i go from town to town and show them how much broadband there is, not just residence, but business. fred: and here is increased broadband. 95%, for ethernet, 2,200 plus ethernet services and 500 fiber to cell towers. what does it mean? >> high speed symmetrical service. the difference between residence and business, a business needs both upload and download speeds that are the same.
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hampshire so that your government, your businesses, your education, health care, libraries, your schools, can all have this high speed internet now and people didn't know about it. we want them to know about it. fred: things that always haven't been smooth sailing in the past few years since you took over from verizon. there have been service disruptions, especially three-state disruption a few years ago, in maine, new hampshire, and vermont where you lost the internet. t again? >> we have built our network to be resilient and there are diverse routes now that weren't in place a couple of years ago. so i can tell you that if your service goes down in one place, it will be rerouted to another place. that's always been the case with our voice network and now it's the case with our broad band. >> you're going to continue to deploy more broad band. >> we absolutely are, we're doing everything in our power to get broad band to the last mile.
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need. they can have up to 10 gig circuits in new hampshire. >> helen scarponi for fairpoint, thank you. >> thank you. fred: if you want to look at the map more closely and she what we said, go to wmur.com and click on news and look at the top of the web page to menu up at the top, go to local news and scroll down to new hampshire business. >> now your s forecast. chris: this afternoon might not be a bad time to do that. outdoors, it's a heck of a lot colder than now. we're starting off or morning, to the lake points south and east. >> it's areas out to the north and west that cooler weather is coming first. talk about an understatement. the temperature dropped from the 40's to 30's in keene. you've seen your high temperatures for the day and milder in the north country, a bit of rain moving through and
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you can see that we have a strip of rain moving through the white mountains, ready to move into the north country, and gorham and berlin, points to the north. chatham, pittsburgh, it's pretty much out of here, hour, hour and a half. notice off to the west, it's not green on the map, it's blue. that's because it's not rain falling from the sky, but it's snow. a big swirling storm system, the leading edge of the cold air is pivoting in right now as we spearo just now entering through the western part of the state and the monadnock region. the concentration of the snow is going to let up as it moves across new hampshire and it will have an impact. what you're seeing farther to the west is lake effect snow and cold air moving in over wilder, unfrozen waters, great lake waters. good news after that, it's pretty quiet. it's going to be cold for this week, but it looks like travelling before the thanksgiving holiday shouldn't be all that bad. at least not weather-wise.
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to snow in western new hampshire. going to tell you where in a second. windy and colder this afternoon, 30's by this afternoon and the wind will make it feel 10 degrees colder. and here is what our futurecast looks like as we roll through this afternoon, changing over to blue. now, it's not nearly as concentrated in new hampshire as it will be across the green mountains of vermont and the adirondacks where they could see one to two feet of snow. through new hampshire is going to get some. let's roll that and what we're expecting. rain changing to snow this afternoon. higher through the sunapee area, two to perhaps three or four inches as we roll through monday afternoon. it's the foot plus off to the west, but it is the spine of the white mountains, especially areas in northern and western, facing slopes where that wind is literally going to slam into the mountains and rise and create a home grown snow event that we
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snow and that's going to last in time for the thanksgiving because our weather isn't getting warmer. so skiing, yeah, a real possibility for the first time in several thanksgivings around here. look at the temperatures as we work through the week. a good travel day on wednesday where we'll be in the 40's and pretty much in the 30's and 40's all week, some light snow or rain comes in late on thanksgiving on thursday and lingers into black friday and a close eye on the ocean storm that makes things a tad more interesting on saturday. that's the now it's time to take a look at new hampshire sports. >> now, jason king and news 9 sports. >> the unh football team needed a win to keep their playoff hopes alive and they got it. they'll beat the black bears, 24-21. and cross rushed for 163 yards and a touchdown and elwyn kicked the field goal, a record of 7-4,
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the ncaa selection show is this morning at 11 a.m. we'll see if the wildcats can make the playoffs for a 13th straight season. and dartmouth as well. 38-21 loss at princeton. the big green finished with a record of 4-6. how about hockey, the bruins home with the winnipeg jets. 1-0 boston. marchand he is skates in, made it pass from tire to tim shaller. bruins win 4-1, they will host the blues on tuesday. manchester monarchs swept the reading royals and beat them in overtime last night. dor mus had had the winner.
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buries a three with 20 seconds to go. tied at 92. celtics with a chance to win it. shot is off the mark, guess who for the putback? 18 points, 11 rebounds, isaiah thomas had team high 24. celtics win 94-92. they're in minnesota on monday. how about some college hoops? southern new hampshire university hosting bridgeport on saturday. second half, chris walter is going to drive the he pulled down 15 rebounds for the double-double. dimitri flores, he had 17 points on the day. the penn men win it 85-72. they're off to a 2-0 start. and congratulations to all the high school football champions. if you'd like to see the highlights and reaction go to our website, wmur.com/fnf. the patriots play in san
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jamie: yes, congrats to the high school football state championship teams. stevens, plymouth and bedford high school. still ahead on news 9 this morning, a viral internet craze makes its way to new hampshire. the latest group to take part in the mannequin challenge. now to our u local hot shot. this bench probably not the best place to sit.
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>> and welcome back. glad you could be with us this morning. are you pretty good at sitting still? >> sitting still? no. jamie: we would be the worst at the mannequin challenge. have you seen this? probably have now on social media. people are frozen in time. the mannequin challenge. chris: the craze has spread to new hampshire. the students involved in prospect mountain high school future business america recently greeted troops coming home at the airport. everyone stopped for the fun and posed for the mannequin challenge, including some of the troops. jamie: all the more impressive because the troops are probably dying to get home. chris: even more than we are, yeah. jamie: and literally stopped moving. awesome. mid bite there. that's good stuff. chris: i don't know how they stand so still for that. jamie: a big week for you. chris: and you might be moving around for warmth because the temperatures will drop from the 40's to the 30's and snowing in western new hampshire.
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in the white mountains and stick around because it will be cold for the week. good travel northeast for wednesday and most of the country. a little light snow or rain for later on thanksgiving day thursday, maybe into black friday, but shouldn't affect travelling that badly. jamie: it's a holiday week, coming up. hope you have a great one. be sure to join us at 10 a.m. for close-up. first it's good morning america. thank you for watching, chris and i will be back in about 25
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good morning, america. new overnight, building his team. donald trump starting a second day of meetings after sitting down with mitt romney. could he be the next secretary of state? and the contender who impressed secretary of defense. >> he is t meet with today. >> the new hamilton dual, donald trump taking to twitter to demand the show apologize for a message sent from the stage to vice president-elect mike pence in the audience. >> we hope this show has inspired you to uphold our american values and to work on behalf of all of us. >> the fierce response online and outside the theater. >> winter blast. the first major snowstorm of the

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