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>> now on news 9 this morning, false alarm. a local fire department sent on dozens of calls that don't exist. >> it just jeopardizes the safety and welfare of individuals that really need the service. amy: the arrests made so far and the one clue investigators are o more answers. josh: we welcome back sunshine to the forecast today plus, a check on the week ahead which has a fair amount of rain. amy: and mixed feelings on the death of fidel castro. why one leaders says it could be the beginning of real change. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do.
amy: good morning, this november 27th, 2016, i'm amy coveno. first, josh judge has the weather. you're talking about the sun perhaps? >> finally, it's been a few days since we saw the sun. the exception in the forecast today as well. there will be a lot more clouds in the north country and in and around the mountains the moment. a look at your high temperatures to expect 30's to the north and then mostly lower to mid 40's in central to southern new hampshire. a mixture of clouds and breezy, again, those mountain snow showers. the sunshine will continue longer, but certainly, a big batch of rain is on the way ahead as well.
mourning are underway in the death of fidel castro. the leader ruled his country with an iron hand for 60 years. celebrations continue in hopes that the dictator's passing marks the dawn of a new day. janai norman has this. >> it's unclear if it means a dawn of a new day. in havana where the cuban flag flies at half staff. students attending the university of havana, where their education is free, singing and crying and they begin an official nine days of mourning for fidel castro. >> one student sang she owes the leader everything and is in the hearts of all cubans.
b by his brother raul. taking everybody by surprised. >> i closed the club and i feel like i'm part of history. the last thing i thought would happen while we were here. >> a few hundred miles away, a different story. the epicenter of the exile community, miami's little havana. >> it's the news because fidel castro. >> many are exiles or descendents didn't live to see a cuba without castro. the passing of the man who is considered a brutal dictator, it's hope that it will again be within reach. >> castro was the last of the 20th century strong men, body
will be taken across the country and buried on december 4th. >> president obama released a statement after castro's death saying, the cuban people must know they have a friend and partner in the united states of america. his administration has worked to reestablish relations with the island. president-elect trump was more direct, fidel castro dictator. >> it could mark the change for the island nation, but it could take time. mike cronin with his reaction. >> this exeter reverend has been to cuba many times before on religious visas and at first he wasn't in your if news of castro's death was true because there have been other announcements of his debt. for the reverend, cuba is part
>> he's spent years there as a semarian. and he's taken many trips with people from exeter and most recent recently the club. >> we've been making friendships. >> they've been installing fresh drinking water. >> i have wanted to continue with m that someone cares about them. it's isolated and impoverished. >> and as a christian he doesn't celebrate anyone's death, but many consider fidel castro's pastor as a sign. >> any sense that this will automatically bring about a change, i don't think that's the
since cuba and the united states reestablished diplomatic relations, despite internet provisions, he found people using facebook. without this leader, it's unknown. >> it's a country with much uncertainty. >> i hope for the againing of a lasting change and peace, that's week at a time in cuba and plans to return in the future. mike cronin, wmur news 9. amy: thank you, head to wmur.com for more reaction on fidel castro's death and observances later today in cuba. back at home, manchester police are investigating false alarms in the granite city.
drains services. >> it was a civilian that cracked the case for alarms being pulled for no reason around the queen city. >> last night after the two alarm fire, station 6 on avery street, the same alarm were culled. >> and the authorities helped to catch at least two men. >> they noticed a description of a vehicle given to them and they actually were able to stop the vehicle and wait for the. pd to come.
criminal liability. >> our resources are stretched so thin with all the things going on. it jeopardizes the safety and welfare of individuals that really need the service. >> wmur, news 9. amy: the chief added when the false alarms are called in, they have the risk of having a firefighter injured if they unnecessarily are rushing to a fire that doesn't exist. >> tens of thousands turned out for the nash with a holiday stroll. the event draw people fro the official christmas tree was lit and main street closed to traffic. street vendors and ice sculptures outside city hall. it's put on by great america downtown and it's a great tradition to come to every year. >> i love it, i love the christmas music and the people walking around. >> and the lights. >> ap the lights put up. >> i like the new music they're playing and stuff. nice to hear. >> the holiday fun continued in
lasts before rain returns to the region coming up. >> new to breaking news in new orleans where police say ten people were shot overnight in the french quarter. this happened at 1:30 in the morning on bourbon street. one man later died at the hospital. they've not yet released the conditions of the other victims. illegal carry of a firearm. no word yet what triggered the incident. >> senior chief petty officer mark dayton marks the first time a u.s. service member had been killed in syria since special sources were deployed there since 2015 to fight isis. the special forces ops member was killed by an ied. four u.s. service members were killed in iraq fighting isis. >> a showdown is looming at the pipeline project in north
cannon ball, north dakota to pro pro protest the pipeline. the army corps of engineer will close that december 5. anyone there will be considered trespassing. protesters don't plan to leave soon. >> and cor'dayja jones was bus driver johnthony walker was speeding and will be charged with vehicular homicide. several mosques received threatening letters. a letter driven by anti-islam sentiment was received in san jose. it's the third letter in the
treating it as quotes, a hate-motivated incident. >> several civil rights groups are calling for enforcement. dogs were lifeless when firefighters rescued them from a house fire on friday. a dozen firefighters surrounded the mall dogs, working on them aring giving them oxygen and water. no one was home at the time of the fire and investigators were working to determine a cause. still to come here this morning, seeing themselves played out on the big life marathon bombing heroes. it is 6:14 on this sunday morning, you're looking live at
>> now, meteorologist josh judge with your form watch 9 forecast. josh: and here is a look at manchester. we've got clear skies out there this morning. it's a nice start to our day, but a little bit on the cool side. mast those winds out of the northwest will actually strength and little bit as we go through the day today. we'll see the wind gusting, perhaps, up to maybe 20 or 25 miles per hour at the most. shouldn't be all that bad. a big difference between today and this morning, look at that, the visibility, 10 miles plus, except for in the north country where there's some snow showers, following areas of fog and cloudness there. look for that trend to continue through the day off and on, but
much drier day and we've got sunshine at times as well, that's on the way. temperatures right now, fairly similar, all across the region, yet again this morning. a little milder. mid 30's, lower half of the 30's everywhere else and there's a look at breaks in the clouds that have been forming during the overnight hours and snow showers in the north country as i mentioned. this is how it will play out. a good amount of sunshine, breezy and that's about mountains, but everywhere else, that will not be the case. look at this. lots of clouds, and in this case, lots of snow in the rockies and points west. this will sort of consolidate into an area of low pressure and stream toward us and it makes it in here on tuesday, and what it means for us is a good amount of rain, possibly beginning as a brief mix of icy freezing rain before it goes over to rain on
much needed rain and it could be a nice healthy dose of it as well. a look at the current status and the situation going on right now and we take futurecast and move it in time through the day. there will be clouds at time. probably more than what you see here. at times sunny with snow showers possible anytime during the day. for tonight we're clear to partly cloudy. mostly sunny and the nor there. it won't be warm, but seasonably cool, low to mid 40's and lighter winds and then the next system will move in on tuesday. it's a cold start on tuesday morning, so it's possible that we could see some mixed precipitation, and then it goes over to rain heavy at times off and on through tuesday. a bit of a break for wednesday, and thursday, another slug of
look for those to top off in the state and 30's to the north and west and some snow showers in the mountains. more sunshine, in fact, mostly sunny tomorrow and tuesday, wednesday, thursday, that's the time period to expect off and on again downpours. a couple of inches to even three or four inches possible in a couple of spots when you put all three days together and we'll take it. >> really moderate temps for this stage. game. >> we're going to end up rounding out nov average. >> thanks, josh. in a few weeks, the movie patriots day will hit theaters. it's the story of the boston marathon bombings. and it's vivid for those who live it. >> and wcvb saw it played out on the big screen. >> they say a half million people watched the boston marathon here in new england.
for mark wahlberg's patriots day are overwhelmingly positive, but it's the upon of the people who lived the bombing that wahlberg has cared most about. >> i think that wahlberg, peter berg the director they went to great lengths to really get this down right. >> watertown sergeant is portrayed by simmons. >> i think he got me down. to get my mannerisms down. >> and he came face-to-face with tamerlin tsarnayev. >> wethe older brother are exchanging gunfire and he misses me and i hit him. and you look back and see the bullet holes. >> and film makers got the watertown scene right, it was
were depicketed with the showdown of tsarnayev in the boat to the fbi investigation and the bombing itself. was it hard to watch it again? >> it was, honestly, brought back emotion. >> the boston police commissioner is giving high marks for sensitivity. >> they were concerned how it would play out. >> every inch of this city is getting it searched. >> we're shutting it down. >> amy: and shoppers are urged to keep it local. a look at local small businesses. a recount controversy is brewing on a presidential scale. hillary clinton now joining the
purchasing. the odds, one in 292 million. following black friday, many new hampshire shoppers are asked to keep it local. many walked elm street. newer stores, pop of color, that just opened in august welcomed the added foot traffic and they hope to see more business up and downtown. >> a here just to register their cars and there's a lot more going on. a lot of great restaurants and food and we're hoping more retail will come down and join us. >> dozens of stores and local restaurants were offering deals. many of those sales continue today. >> if you're looking for travel deals, you may log in on cyber monday. experts say slow summer travel sales should result in air fare
last through the first week of december. trips to the caribbean and europe are expect today come quite inexpensively. according to a new survey by travel pulse, it was ranked 27th out of every airport in the u.s. manchester was cited for great customer service and easy access while also being comfortable and simple to use. we know that, right? . here is a look what's coming up in hillary clinton joining the push for a recount in three states. now, president-elect donald trump is speaking out. >> a new hampshire musician on a mission. hows' taking the words toy drive to a whole new level. >> as we head into the break, we have a live long along the
morning. amy: good morning, it's 6:30. i'm amy coveno. we begin with a live look at the big lake in meredith. still dark there. 33 degrees. here is a look at our top stories on the half hour. green party candidate jill stein has raised millions of dollars to have votes counted again in wisconsin. now, hillary is supporting her effort in several key states. and donald trump is calling it a scam. a horrific crash caught on camera. a 25-year-old thrown into the air as the driver police in brockton, massachusetts still looking for that driver this morning. red cross is helping five families displaced after a fire in manchester. officials believe careless disposal of a cigarette caused this fire on hanover street on friday. we'll tell those stories and more in a minute. first, josh judge, we hope to find him in the weather center. josh: good morning, it's a sunday. it's a chilly, but seasonally
whitefield and mid 30's as you head into the southern part of the state. 35 or 36 degrees in many spots. and there's a look at what's been going on around the state as you perhaps slept, some snow showers have crept into the north country in and around at times, the cloudiest spot in the state. expect partly sunny skies today, a little bit breezy, but not bad. and the temperatures, a degree or two cooler than yesterday, but it mig we'll see more sunshine in and out of the clouds, mid 40's today. coming up this week, you've got a decent amount of rain to talk about. we'll tell you which days could see the most days and how much we could get coming up in a few minutes. amy: president-elect donald trump is condemning a recount push in three states where he was victorious. green party candidate jill stein has raised millions of dollars
pennsylvania. and now hillary clinton's campaign is supporting the effort. and wisconsin is moving forward with the first state-wide recount. stein says it's a pros cess that would benefit all voters. >> this should be a nonpartisan, people-powered effort that he can rely on the integrity and security of our votes. amy: during his campaign, president-elect trump called the election rigged. and now he calls this a scam and should accept the results of the election. in trump tower, a law enforcement agency telling cnn they are ate considering renting an entire floor, that would allow a command post will be set up. they're staying there.
son are living this after the inauguration. taxpayer would be paying the trump organization rent. to the north country now, nearly two months after a restaurants was burglarized, two of the three people they believe are involved are under arrest. vic victoria elliott and mckenzie benson after the october 1 burglary. the second found. authorities are asking begin with information on his whereabouts to contact the police. a new hampshire man faces negligent, i'm sorry, driving charges after police clocked him travelling nearly three times the speed limit. investigators say kegan manning hardy was driving speeds up to 94 miles per hour near washington village. he told officers he had been involved in a road rage incident
from the vehicle. firefighters believe a medical condition may have caused a man who crash into a pond, the car hit a tree, spun around and went into dodge pond backwards. it lapnded in three feet of water. investigators are investigating what caused the crash. >> authorities are investigating after a mother was found dead inside her boston apartment yesterday. three children were found alone firefighters initially rushed to the apartment off bismarck for home invasion, it was the relatives to forced the door open when they didn't hear from mother. it's not clear how long the children had been there alone or how when the mother had died. this happened on friday morning in front of the spot bar and
25-year-old thrown into the air as the driver keeps going. the victim suffered serious injuries and was sent to the hospital. police say they're hoping this surveillance video will give them a break in the case. the red cross is assisting five families displaced. they believe that careless disposal in the hanover street. they were given money to help with clothing or anything they may need. the red cross says this fire could have been much worse, considering the size of the building, but luckily, it had working working sprinklers. >> and what's morn is important thing is working smoke alarms. we'll give them to those who
go to red cross.org. >> justin spencer from the popular band recycled percussion is embarking on an across country mission to select as many toys as possible for local children in need and sent news 9 this message out on the road. >> so here i am driving across the country from las vegas to new hampshire. my goal is to do it in three days and to raise $10,000 for every single bits of that will go to buying toys this week for kids. >> his goal is to raise $10,000 you heard him there by the time he reaches new hampshire and his deadline is today. to learn more how to donate, visit wmur.com. well, nothing quite shakes off the post thanksgiving blues like a quick plunge into freezing cold water. that's exactly what happened at
adaptive ski programs, athletic activities for children and adults with disabilities and these brave plungers helped to bring in more than $40,000. impressive take there. we hope you stay with us. coming up next, a decisive victory or unh and jamie has coverage ahead. josh: the last few days have been cloudy with on and off showers. that's about to change at least for now. we take a found sunshine lasts before the rain returns. >> coming up on new hampshire's business. if all the talk about infrastructure spending in washington. the question is what are new
card put out a couple of years ago, 2013 by the american society of civil engineers. here is new hampshire's infrastructure report card then. roads b-minus, drinking water, c-minus, transit c-minus, schools c-minus and hazardous waste c. that's a few of 19 different components of infrastructure in new hampshire. with me to talk about a couple sheehan in the department of transportation. >> nice to have you here. >> and from the department of services, nice to have you here. >> those marks we put up on the screen, tom, are they still valid? >> very much so. >> they are? >> yes, the state of our water infrastructure in new hampshire overall is fair to poor. we have a lot of drinking water
decades. waste water treatment plants that have been around 35 to 50 years. they're getting old and we have pipes on the ground and these are infrastructures that need to be replaced, upgrade is it and make it more energy efficient. fred: i'll ask you about the money in a minute. victoria, roads and bridges and things we travel on every day, those marks were the same as back in 2013? >> yes, there's been transportation, specifically at the federal level. they increased the allocation of dollars to new hampshire, and we had the gas tax increase of 4.2 cents, but even those additional investments meant we are not keeping pace. >> and we have some bridges? >> and the riderless bridges, that are reaching the end of their service life. we try to address that, but the
you said. >> yes, we have increased investment slight will you, but unfortunately, the number is expected to climb, and the condition is remaining about the same. fred: we're talking a lot of money here and the state and federal money. but as you look ahead and you've been in this position years in environmental services, where do you see the funds coming from? >> they need to come from where they came from before. state and local governments. as we look out the next 10 to 20 years, very conservative estimates, we're going to spend $3 billion. that's billion with a b, to address our waste water, storm water management as well as our dams.
money. fred: yes, it is. we've done that with state and grant dollars and local dollars as well as a match, but in recent years, in fact, in the past eight years we have not been able to fund any new projects in the state of new hampshire. other than limited projects that we've been able to to fund with dollars from the american recovery and reinvestment act. and so, municipalities have been largely on their own to try to finance these projects, for limited loan dollars. >> victoria, same questions. where does the money come from roads and bridges? you have some dedicated funds also? >> we're very much reliant on federal and state gas tax to pay for infrastructure. that being said. the d-o-t has been pursuing grant opportunities. recently we qualified for a loan
finish widening i-93 and also address the bridges and pavement across the state. as we look to the future. we're excited to here we're current at washington and how much is at the states. at this time we're following what's happening very closely and we're hoping that the work that we've done to advocate for infrastructure investment will mean that this is no longer a partisan issue. everyone isup need. >> it appears it may be bipartisan at this point? >> it does appear bipartisan for this, and it's vitally i am important for all of us. >> and victoria sheehan department of transportation commissioner, it was short, but we made the point. >> thank you. >> if you want to look the at report card, and hear the comments go to wmur.com and
left-hand corner and then click on local news and scroll down to new hampshire's business. >> now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch 9 forecast. >> we have got a nicer day on the way for you today. there will be more in the way of sunshine and less in the way of showers. here is a look at sanbornton, with the resorts looking down over the lake and it's 33 degrees, west winds about 8 miles per hour. yesterday. yesterday we had at that dense fog this time of the morning. not a lot around, and lower visibilities of mountains to the north. speaking of which, that's where the temperature is right around the freezing mark. everywhere else, just a bit above it in the low to mid 30's and the temperatures around the region will zoom in here and show the spotter networks. mid 30's across southeastern new hampshire and we head to
30's, into the lakes region, the upper valley and depending where you are, topography to do with that and 20's and 30's in the country. the winds are not gusting that much yet, but the general direction out of the northwest, that will increase a little bit today and that in fact is the reason that we'll see extra clouds hanging tougher in the mountains and a few snow showers at times as well because that wind and off and on you may see sunshine m the rest of the country as well. at times it will be mostly sunny and breezy. the big picture here off to our west, sunshine for tomorrow. blue sky, horizon to horizon sunshine, but then, this, look at this big mass or you could call it a mess. that's headed toward us right
organized area of low pressure and cold front that will come in our direction and that translates into rain. here is how it happens, as it moves toward us, watch this, moving toward us and moving in around tuesday, we'll take an a closer look. the bridge in the j jetstream keeps us milder. temperatures in the 40's and 50's around mid week or so on those days we could see some lane. and cooler air latent hough, if you're wondering how long it gets cold. it's a brief thing and then back to fairly average temperatures. this is sewnal, left to right and that means no major temperature fluctuations, a closer look at sun and clouds on the way for tomorrow. and snow showers in the mountains. 30's to the north and west and lower to mid 40's elsewhere, breezy, a mixture of sun and
comes the rain and it may begin as a mix in the northern half of the state. on and off rain showers right through wednesday and thursday. now, we'll check your scores from yesterday. >> now, news 9 sports. >>. jamie: and good morning, everybody, a quick check on your sports, start with the unh add madison square garden. they loss 3-1, the first ever game for unh at madison square garden. monarchs on the rd into trouble. the jackles beat them 5-3. a goal and assist for the jackles, they play again today at 4:00. unh football moving on in the playoffs, won their first round game and took off lehigh. and lehigh was looking for the first drive, but the unh captain came up with the interception. that set up unh with a good
run, that made it 7-0. a touchdown pass to crossan, crossan scored three touchdowns in the game and unh rolls to the big victory. they take it 64-21, the most points unh has scored in the playoffs. they moved on to play james madison next saturday. today, the world cup women's slalom race. finished fifth giant slalom and her specialty is slalom. she grew up in lime, new hampshire and skied with the lebanon outing club. it will be fun to see how she does. >> the patriots play at 4:25 at the new york jets. >> thank you, jamie, ahead here on news 9 this morning. man's best friend riding shotgun. we'll introduce you to willy and
rings. >> watching a few minutes seeing willie tinker away. >> oh, it has a couple of other leaks and he is working on his motorcycle. >> a lot of miles under my belt. >> when he's not at work. >> oh, i spend probably the week and most of my week ends. most of the fee-- focus is 1976 harley sportster. >> it's my baby, one of my >> by the time he starts making progress, willy's best friend always seems to show up. >> he badgers me to go for rides every day. >> and just about every time-- >> he's 150 pound guy. he's just not capable of riding himself. >> elvis gets his way. >> elvis, come here, buddy. there that a boy, that a boy,
there you go. tuck your tail in. >> there's one prouhl the great dane has to follow. >> it's a piece of safety equipment that we couldn't go without, my wife thought. he doesn't like them, but knows he has to have them to ride. >> here we go. >> the hilarity of watching willy and elvis cruise down the road looks like something that would have taken months of pr out-- >> last year it just kind of happened. i had bought a side car that needed refurbished and i had it taken apart with the body laying on the floor, he was very interested in it. so i had him get in and sit down and gave him a treat and he enjoyed it and then when i got the body set on the frame, same thing, had nim sit down, gave him a treat. he enjoyed it. hooked it up the bike, got him in it. >> and this is what it's turned
>> we go around the lake quite a bit. we run around town a lot. >> you can see him perk up and he thinks he's the thing. [laughter] >> come on, josh, you have a motorcycle, you need a side car. josh: i guess i do. amy: and a great dane to go with it. [laughter] >> yeah, i like watching the-- i like the goggles on the dog. the forecast is much brighter than yesterday and more sunshine way. we'll take a look at the futurecast predictions for the tuesday through thursday period and it's a wet period of the week. amy: glad i got my decorations up yesterday. the news continues at the top of the hour with our top stories up next, more than a dozen fire alarms in less than 24 hours. a anded fire department called to
more answers. josh: we check on the week ahead which includes a fair amount of roin. amy: mixed emotions around the world on the death of fidel castro, why a religious leader says this could be the beginning of real change. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. amy: good morning, new hampshire. 7:00 on this sunday, november 27th. we'll get to our top stories in just a minute. first, josh judge joins us in the weather center with a look at the week forecast. hello. josh: hi there, good morning. it's a beautiful start to our day and breaks in the clouds allow this, a nice sunrise. this is goffstown from atop our tower and you can see the beautiful sunrises underway and the temperatures will go from the lower and mid 30's into the
where you stay in the 30's. speaking of which, you can see there, there are some snow showers around the country and there will be this morning, and they'll continue on and off through the day today. as we look at the entire region. you can see that's the only disturbance though. the rest of the state. clouds and breaks in the clouds which will turn into partly sunny skies. high temperatures today. mostly in the low to mid 40's. as you can see to the north and west, you're into the it's breezier and we offset that with more sunshine. there's morrison on the way, only a limited shelf life. we'll talk about it in a few minutes. >> nine days of mourning are underway for the death of fidel castro. celebrations continue in miami's cuban-american community in hopes the dictator's passing marks the dawn of a new day on
>> abc's janai norman leads our coverage from washington. the sunrise over post castro cuba. unclear yet if it means the dawn of a new day. his name rings like a battle cry in havana where the cuban flag flies at half staff. students attending the university of havana where their education is free, chanting, i think singing and crying as the country begins nine days o mourning for fidel castro. >> one saying she owes him everything. and he's in the heart of all cuba. his brother raul announced his death taking everybody by surprise. >> i closed the club and left. y i don't know, i felt a part of.
of. a few hundred miles away, the exile community, miami's little havana celebrated a turning page in history. >> this is the best news, the best news because fidel castro is dead. >> many are exiles or descendents who didn't live to see a cuba without castro. a man offers a glimpse ofop will again be in reach. >> castro was the last of the 20th centuries's communist strong men. his body is set to be cremated and his remains taken to the north. >> president obama released a state, quote, the cuban people must know they have a friend and partner in the united states of america.
island. president-elect trump response had a more direct response, fidel castro is dead, and later called him a brutal dictdictato. >> it could mark the start of change, but it could take time. >> this exeter reverend has been to cuba many times before on religious visas. at first he w news was true because there have been premature announcements of his death. >> cuba is part of who he is. >> i fell in love with cuba in my 20's. he's gone there as on missionary trips from people were christ church in exeter. most recently, it's a trip of
solidarity. >> in recent years they've provided water purification and his daughter's family also lives in cuba. >> i've wanted to continue with my relationship to cuba because to give the people a sense that someone does care about them. it's very isolated, it's impov impoverished. >> as a christian he says he doesn't celebrate anyone's death, but many cubans consider fidel sign. >> conventional wisdom is almost always wrong. any sense that this will bring back a change, things move slowly in cuba. >> he has noticed things since last yearment in recent visits, and he saw people using facebook.
future will hold. >> it's an important moment with for a country. >> i hope they find lasting prayer and peace. that's my prayer today. >> in the studio, mike cronin, wmur news 9. amy: thank you. head to wmur.com for more reaction on fidel castro's death. and later today in cu. are investigating a series of false alarms. two men are charged in at least two of the incidents. cherise la clerk, how much it strains resources. >> it's a civilian listening to scanners that cracked the case in the queen city. >> last night after the two
false alarms and the same fire alarm boxes pulled before. >> those false aliving rooms followed those pulled on thanksgiving even, they're not saying whether all are related. the civilians helping to catch the men to for two of the alarms. they noticed the description of the vehicle given to them and they actually were able to stop the vehicle and wait for the p.d. to come. >> 19-year-old jus arrested for false public asharm and 20-year-old staff-- stavros. >> with all the things going on it jeopardizes the safety of individuals who need the service. amy: the district chief poulin
injured for a fire that doesn't exist. the nashua holiday stroll, it drew people from all around. main street was closed to traffic so people could enjoy live music, street vendors and ice sculptures. people we spoke with said it's a great tradition to come to every year. >> i love it, i love all the christmas walking around. >> and the flights. i like the new music they're playing and stuff. nice to hear. >> and is this was at the laconia holiday parade. it started yesterday afternoon and continued right into veterans square for a tree lighting at dufshg. dusk. santa made an appearance.
>> a live look at plymouth here where we've got cloudy to partly cloudy skies. 33 30's in this part of the state and lower to mid 40's elsewhere. who sees the most sunshine and how long it lasts coming up in your forecast minutes away. amy: breaking news out of new orleans where police say ten people were shot on bourbon street. one man died at the hospital. two people were arrested for
incident. a highly decorated u.s. naval officer was killed by an ied. marks the first final a u.s. military has been killed in syria since they were deployed there in 2015 to fight isis. the special operations officer was kill pipeline in north dakota. and they're in cannon ball trying to protest. it will be shut down december 5 and anyone there will be considered trespassing. they don't plan to leave soon. remembering one of the victim's
bus crash. family members took to the stage where cor'dayja jones was part of the choir. johnthony walker was driving the bus and is being charged with vehicular homicide. several mosques were receiving letters with anti-islam sentiments. police say they're treating the investigation as a hate-motivated incident. groups are calling for more law enforcement. the dogs were lifeless when firefighters rescued them from a house on friday. a dozen firefighters surrounded the small dogs giving them oxygen and water. no one was home at the time of the blaze.
it's nice to see some of us already, a little bit of rising sunshine out there for a change. we'll see more of said sunshine as we go through the day today. there's barnstead, it's 36 degrees, winds out of the northwest, 8, 9, 10 miles per hour or so, great visibility away from the mountains in stark contrast to yesterday at this time, when we were so socked in with dense fog. today not the case, and around the mountains. the temperatures are what you would expect, upper 20's and lower 30's and those winds will get busier than this during the day today. so we'll call it a little breezy. winds out of the northwest through the day today, and anywhere from 5 to 15 miles per hour on average, but they could
the north country. there they are caused by that northwest wind, but then the wind comes down in the mountains and clears things out as it dries up the air and that's why central and southern new hampshire. mix of clouds and sunshine, the farther south you go, the more sun you see. the lack of sun here, look at the cloudness and quite a bit of snow. fesh powder in parts of the rockies for the skiing out there for sure, and this system and slowly pushes across the country and it gets here around tuesday. and that will mean some rainfall for us here in the state. in fact, quite a bit is looking quite likely right now. this is today, a lot of sunshine, again, off and on at times, you'll see snow showers, locallizing in the mountains in and around especially on those northern and western slopes, but otherwise, a mix of clouds and sunshine, so the bright skies
certainly a lot better than yesterday and even more sunshine is coming up for tomorrow. tomorrow should be pretty much wall to wall sunshine going through the day with blue skies. but monday night into tuesday, here comes the next system and the rain arrives tuesday morning to mid day. especially how early it arrives, it will have huge consequences because it will be a cold start. if arrives in the morning, it will start at mixed snow, in northern new hampshire before gog rain at times. can't rule out a rumble of thunder as this rolls through tuesday afternoon and evening. it pulls away wednesday morning, a brief break and then wednesday afternoon, more rain that falls through thursday. so for today, no chance of rain except for a snow shower in the mountains and pretty low tomorrow as well. what we're looking at is where the rain could be. there could be several inches of
is tomorrow's temperatures, low and mid 40's, lots of sunshine and beautiful day. things go downhill, but this is beneficial rain getting it in before the ground freezes is key here so we don't lock in a drought for the winter. don't typically get beneficial rain this time of year. >> not always. certainly this year and there could be a good amount of it. >> good. in a few weeks. the movie patriots day will hit the theaters. the bombings and a story so vivid. >> our sister station spoke with some of the people seeing it, played out on the big screen. >> they say a half million people watched the boston marathon here in new england. >> are you behaving yourself? >> the early critical reviews for mark wahlberg's patriots day
who lived the bombing and the aftermath. >> i think that mark wahlberg and peter berg, the director, i think they went to great lengths to get this down right. >> the watertown police was played by jk simmons. >> he got it down, shadowing me and getting my he came face-to-face with tamerlan tsarnayev. >> the older brother and i were exchanging gunfire and he's missing me and i'm hitting him. and it's afterwards you go back and you look at that house and you see the bullet holes. >> p he says that they got it,
tsarnayev in the boat and the bombing itself. >> was it hard to watch. >> it brought back a lot of emotion. >> and william evans is giving marks for sensitivity. >> throughout the process, they were concerned how it would play out. >> every inch of the city is getting searched. >> we're shutting it down. >> for wmur news 9. amy: coming up next, holiday shopping in full swing. with new hampshire
>> the powerball numbers are in and we have a winner. just one ticket matched all the numbers in the drawing. if you purchased your ticket in tennessee rich right now. according to lottery officials. it was sold in lafayette. 17, 19, 21, 37, 44, powerball 16. the jackpot soared to a reported jackpot. the odds of winning, one in 292
asked to keep it local. they walked through with free samples, pop of color added more businesses and hope to see more businesses like theirs open downtown. >> a lot of people come here to register their cars and there's a lot going on. restaurants and food and then we're hoping more retail will come down and join us. amy: dozens of other stores and many of those sales continued today. cyber monday, watch out! black friday online sales hit a new high. the latest holiday retail data says consumers spent $3.34 billion shopping online friday, that's 21.6% more than last year. the use of mobile devices to snag deals also increased by 33%. if you're looking for travel
sales should result in big air fare and cost cuts. some deals may last through the first week of december. trips to the caribbean and europe are expected to come quite inexpensively. the manchester boston regional airport is earning high praise as the best had a small to midized airport in the country. that's according to a source called pulse. and it was ranked 27 n-in the united states. it was excited for great customer service and simple to use. here is look what's coming up in our next half hour of news 9. hillary clinton joins the push to recount three states. donald trump a speaking out. a granite state museum is take the toy drive to a new level.
like we do. now, wmur news 9 this morning. >> good morning, it's 7:30. i'm amy coveno. we have a live look at berlin. the stories on the half hour. green party candidate jill stein is raising money for a recall in key states. and hillary clinton is joining in. a 25-year-old thrown into the air as the driver kept going. police in brockton, massachusetts are looking for that driver this morning. the red cross is helping five families displaced after a fire in manchester. police believe that careless disposal caused this on hanover street on friday. we'll get to those stories and more. first, josh judge and a look at today's forecast, perhaps your mouth is working better than mine. >> we'll find out. i won't trump you, i promise.
temperatures in the lower part of the 30's, mid 30's in southern new hampshire though and we're going to see those temperatures rise about 10 degrees from where they are now in most places, maybe not quite ten in the north country. check that out. speaking of which the north country is seeing snow showers falling right now and on and off, you'll see those through the day today. otherwise, down wind of the mountains, temperatures are partly, or conditions, rather, are partly sunny, and so, the sun will be back, off to our west, even more sunshine on the way for tomorrow, but look what looms well off to our west and that system will be make ago beeline for us as we go through the next several days. we'll talk about that and more in your forecast. the 30's to the north and low to mid 40's. and breezy. otherwise a brighter day coming up. speaking of which, we'll take a look at the rain that's headed
>> president-elect trump is condemning the call for a recount in wisconsin, michigan, and pennsylvania. now hillary clinton campaign is supporting that. and stein says this will will be for all vote,. >> this should be a nonpartisan the integrity and security of our votes. >> during his campaign, president-elect trump claimed the election was rigged. he calls the recount effort a scam and the nation must accept the results of the election. some members of the secret service may get a new address. they're considering the trump tower. >> they are fantastic people so
service. >> 725 fifth avenue also known as trump tower might be getting a new tenant, the secret service, a law enforcement official tells cnn that the secret service a considering renting a whole floor of the famed tower in order to establish a 24/7 command post, ensuring the safety of the future first family, who won't all be moving to the white house in january. melania and their ea in trump trerror. when asked about the timing of the move. >> right after school. regardless when they relocate, the command post at trump tower won't be cheap. the going price for the space, around $1.5 million per year. the price tag is striking, but it's not just the cost. the trump organization owns
for his own security. officials tell cnn, security plans are still evolving since many things are up in the air, like when the future first family will move to the white house and how often the president-elect plans to visit them in the meantime. >> to the north countries now where nearly two months after an arrow restaurant was burglarized they say two of the three people are under arrest. victoria elliott they stole cash during the october 1st birthday. the third suspect, shaw, has yet to be found. authorities is asking anyone with information on his whereabouts to contact the police. >> police clocked a man driving nearly three times the posted speed limit. the 25-year-old telling officers
get distance from the vehicle. >> fire officials believe a medical examine may have caused an elderly man to crash into a pond. the car struck a tree, spun around and went to dodge pond backwards, landing in about three feet of water. authorities are investigating what caused the crash. >> an 84-year-old woman reported missing in massachusetts has been found safe in hampshire. they'd been been searching for h her. and she's been reunited with her family. >> timothy o'sullivan newton has pulled from waters near a hotel and resort in hawaii. an autopsy will be performed to determine the cause of death.
her apartment and three children found alone in the home. officials went to the home for a possible home invasion, but it was concerned relatives who forced the door open when they hadn't heard from the mother. it's not clear exactly how the woman died or how long the children were there alone. >> a massachusetts and in brockton, a 25-year-old thrown in the air, as you can see the driver keeps going. the victim went to the hospital with serious injuries. and they hope this surveillance will give them the break they need. >> and they believe a cigarette
street. the red cross will help with food, lodging or anything they might need. the fire could have been worse considering the size of the building. luckily, it had working sprinkle,. >> what's critical is that having smoke alarms in your house. and the red cross is in the middle of a program we're providing free smoke aharms for anybody who might to red cross.org. >> justin spencer from the popular band recycled percussion is on a mission to collect as many toys as possible for local children in need. he sent this message while out on the road. >> here i am driving across the country from las vegas to new hampshire. my goal is to do it in three days and to raise $10,000 for
toys this week for kids. >> his goal is to raise $10,000 when he reaches new hampshire today. nothing shakes off the post thanksgiving blues like a dip in freezing water. this is part of the fourth annual cold turkey plunge to raez money for the waterville valley adaptive it's for activity for adults and children with disabilities. the goal is $40. congratulations, what a great fund fundraiser. >> jamie staton is here to tell us about the new hampshire skier favored to went the slalom today. josh: there goes the system that brought us clouds the last few
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>> now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch 9 forecast. josh: good morning, thanks for joining us here on a sunday. as we start off, it's a big difference from yesterday where we had such thick fog. if you were out yesterday morning, the fog was so dense, you couldn't see more than an eight of a mile. you have lower visibility because of snow falling ints the mountains. temperatures, low to mid 30's everywhere else. how about that wind, not that bad yet, just a little breezy and the breeze may pick up a little bit more as we go through the day. it will never get windy, but gusts occasionally, especially after that sunrises and starts to mix-up and churn up our atmosphere. look for the winds to gust as
a look around the web-cams of the state and you're going to find different results in different parts of the state this morning. nice shot here in gilford, overlooking the lake and clear skies, you can see them if to the north in the mountains and the seacoast. there are more towards the seacoast and those will be thinning going through the morning and lake sunapee, beautiful clouds in some spots and we'll take a look a won't. we'll take a look at the satellite. clear skies in parts of the state. as i mentioned over towards the coast, more cloudness in western new hampshire and northern new hampshire. and this morning, you've got light snow falling in parts of the state. the reason is that northwest wind bumping into the mountains and wringing out the atmosphere to cause that light snow. as we widen the view quite a bit. here is today's weather with
tomorrow, but then this mass of clouds and right now, now, eventually to rain as it breaks apart into two systems and two systems will be effecting us this week. as the system evolves into this. look how the jetstream influences that, that's where the system is with the colder air, as the jetstream, that cold air feeding in the border, the boundary in between the warm and cold feeding in toward us. for today, a mix of clouds and sunshine will be out there and just a few snow showers or areas of light snow in the mountains. for tomorrow, mostly sunny skies, check that out. lots of sunshine is on the way. >> so, for today, look for temperatures to top off in the 30's in the north and low to mid
and off rain showers and quite a bit of rain we'll be tracking, now check out your sports. >> now, news 9 sports. >> good morning, a lot of ground to cover, let's start with unh, the frozen apple took on the cornell big red. it was the first ever at unh, grasso, the only goal for unh. and monarchs, a tough loss to elmira. they'll play today. the unh, first round of the playoffs, in the playoffs for 13th straight year and they hosted that guy. one of the top receivers, troy peltier. they were trying to find him on the opening drive, but casey, came up with the interception
position and that was by dalton crossing. that's a 7-0 lead on the next drive. a touchdown pass to crossan and they added the two point conversion. and that's another u nnh separation here, at the two yard line. lehigh not getting things rolling early on and turned that into a touchdown. the throw by reese, perfect over the shoulder of neil o'connor, a 35 yard scoring, and check out the final score. they drop lehigh in a big way. unh, 64-21. peltier had a good game with a touchdown and 138 yards, but unh wins and they advanced to play at james madison next week. >> it's execution, you know, kids wanting to make up for last year, to be honest with you. we were disappointed how we played in the first round last year and played pretty well.
weren't overlooking that like we did colgate. everybody came out ready to play. >> we talk about getting a fast start and wanted to go out there and try and score. that first quarter, yeah, we were riding high and playing well. >> i was excitedment-- excited. i was trying to play aggressive and have a good performance. >> peltier has another year left with lehigh. this is a huge game nationally. number three michigan, number two ohio wilton speight, a pass, 17-17, the buckeyes in overtime the garrett, 24-17 ohio state. michigan gets a chance with the ball and on fourth down get a touchdown pass, to darbo and forces double overtime. and this is how it ends, samuel a 15-yard touchdown run.
overtime punching their tickets as one of the teams that will make the fbs playoffs. the michigan graduate did not like that, tom brady, but he has other things to worry about. his patriots take on the jets at 4:25 today in new york. >> there have been a lot of close games because they're a very tough hard-nosed team and always have been. all the games that we play against them are tight games, they've got a good defense, had a good defense for a l right there and find a way to create turnovers and they're a really good football team. >> that's a fun one to watch today. let's go to the giant slalom. and skiing from out in lebanon. she finished fifth although certainly disappointing for her because she skis to win.
it will be essentially her race to win or lose. congratulations to a couple of new hampshire high school runners excellent finishes at the northeast regional of the 38th annual foot locker cross country championships. she's just a junior and she qualifies for the foot locker nationals. and o'brien came in third place and also qualifying for the nationals. keep in mind, the northeast maryland, new york, so for both of our runners to finish in the top three, that's fantastic. good luck to them 0 ut-- out in california. >> man's best friend riding shotgun. we'll introduce you to willy and sidekick elvis and why they're turning heads across iowa. >> to our u local hot shot.
need tended to. >> you can see the man knows his motorcycles. >> the older the harley the more like a john deere it is. >> a painter by trade and marine by choice. >> i've got a lot of miles under my belt. when he's not at work-- ments i spent about four hours a day during the week and during the weekends. >> most focus is restoring a harley davidson sportster. it's my baby. the one gets to inherit. >> by the time he is making progress, his best friend shows up. >> he badgers me to go for rides every day. >> and just about every time-- >> he's 150 pound guy and he's just not capable of riding himself. >> elvis gets his way. >> elvis, come here, buddy. >> that a boy.
there you go. >> tuck your tail in. >> there's one rule, the four-year-old great dane has to follow. my wife felt it was a piece of safety equipment that really we couldn't go without. he doesn't like them, but he knows he has to have them to ride. >> all right. here we go. >> the hilarity of watching willy and elvis cruise down the road looks like something that would have professional training, but it turns out. >> last year it kind of happened. >> i had bought a side car that needed refurbished. and when i had it taken apart with the body on the floor he was interested in it. i had him get in, sit down and gave him a treat. he enjoyed it. body on the friem frame, same thing, had him get in, got a
>> this is what it turned into, riding at least once a week. >> we go around the lake, sailorville. we ride around town. you can see him perk up and he thinks he's the thing. amy: and viewers say you need a side car. josh: for my motorcycle? i've never tried one. i'd let you ride in there occasionally and sometimes the dog. amy: not as cute as elvis. josh: all right, here is-- (laughter) >> here is a look at the don't take that as an insult. >> sorry. josh: and temperatures expected over the next few days, upper 30's, low to mid 40's, the sun is back today and sticks around tomorrow and you can see the tuesday through thursday time period and that's going to be a wet one. we need the rain and we're going to deliver some for you. amy: thank you kindly. the news continues at the top of the hour with our top stories up next, more than a dozen fire alarms in less than 24 hours.
monitoring that could lead to more answers. josh: we welcome back sunshine to the forecast today plus, a check on the week ahead which includes a fair amount of rain. amy: mixed emotions around the world following the death of fidel castro. why one religious leader with ties to cuba says this could be the beginning of real change. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 this amy: good morning, new hampshire, 8:00 on this sunday, november 27thment -- 27th. i'm amy coveno. josh judge is in the weather center with the forecast. i think you're delivering sunshine. josh: i am. a much nicer day than yesterday. more sunshine and breezy and temperatures in the upper 30's and lower 40's and even the mid 40's in a few spotsment you can see the clear skies have reached a good portion of the state and we'll reach even more places
there in the mountains and in and around the mountainous regions. you'll see light snow at times today. it may wayne and then come back at times as well as that northwest wind comes down, bumps into the mountains and creates the snow locally just to our area. off to our west, we have clear skies and this will be nice, sunny skies for tomorrow, but then this, that's what we have to watch out for. that system is moving in later on this week with a good minute. for today, not a bad one. the sunshine will make it feel nicer than what we saw yesterday most likely and talk about the rain on the way in our forecast in a few minutes. >> nine days of official mourning are underway in cuba to honor the death of fidel castro, he ruled for 60 years. and in the cuban-american community, they hopes it marks
island. >> the sunrise over post-castro cuba. unclear yet if it means the dawn of a new day. his name rings like a battle cry in havana where the flag flies at half staff. students at university havana, where their education is free. singing and even crying while there's nine days of mourning. revolutionary leader everything and he's in the hearts of all cubans. word of his death announced by his brother raul on state television late friday, taking the people by surprise. >> i left the club, it's interesting, i'm part of a history. the last thing i thought was going to happen while we were here. >> a few hundred miles away, a very different story.
exile community, miami's little havana celebrating a turning page in cuban history. >> this is the best news around the world today, the best news because fidel castro is a-- >> many of those are descendents of those who didn't live to see cuba without castro. it offers them hope within reach. >> castro was the last of the 10th century communist strongmen. his ashes will be across the country before being buried. amy: president obama released a statement, the people of cuba must know they have a friend and
his administration worked with the island. and president-elect trump released a brief statement. castro is dead. and later, a brutal dictator. there could be changes on the island, but it could take time. mike cronin now with his reaction. mike: this exeter reverend has been to cuba many times before on religious visas. at first he wasn't sure if news of castro's death was true because there have been premature announcements of his death. >> cuba is part of who he is. >> i fell in love with cuba back when i was in my 20's. mike: in 1986 he spent a year there as a semarian. since then he's led a dozen missionary trips from christ church in exeter and most recently, rotary club. >> we've gone from continue to making friendships and building relationships. >> in recent years, they've
water and his daughter-in-law's family also lives in cuba. i have want today continue with my relationship with cuba to give people a sense that someone does care about them and it's isolated and impoverished. >> as a christian, he says he doesn't celebrate anyone's death, but many consider fidel castro's passing as a conventional sign. >> automatically bring about a change, i don't knowing that's the case. things move very slowly with cuba. >> he's already noticed some changes since cuba and the united states reached diplomatic relations last year. despite recent visits, he found people using facebook. for many years it was called fidelism. without the leader, one does not
a country with uncertainty. >> i hope for the beginning of lasting change and peace. that's my hope and prayer today. >> he usually spepdz -- spends a week at a time. mike cronin, news 9. >> thank you. and head out for more on the details of his death and observances later in cuba. back in new hampshire. manchester police are a series of false alarms, and two men are charged in at least two of the incidents. uncovering how much a false alarm drains city resources. >> it was a civilian listening to scanners that allegedly cracked the case involving alarms being pulled for no reason around the queen city. >> last night, after the two alarm fire in hanover street.
street. a number of alarms. >> those false alarms followed eight others that had been pulled thanksgiving evening. they have not said whether all the incidents are related. >> the civilian who helped authorities catch two men are charged with at least two of the false alarms. >> coming back from one of the false alarms, they noticed a description of a vehicle given to them and they actually were able to stop the vehicle and wait for the pd false alarm and the other with criminal activity. >> our resources are stretched so thin with all the things going on. it jeopardizes those individuals who really need the service. amy: district chief poulin added when the false alarms are called in, they risk having a firefighter injured if they're
that's not even there. tens of thousands turned out for nashua's winter holiday stroll. in the 23rd year, the event drew people from all over new england to downtown nashua. and the christmas tree was lit and people could enjoy live music and street vendors and sculptures outside of city hall. it was put on great american downtown and a great tradition to come to every year. >> i love it, i like all the christmas music. the lights. >> and the lights that they that they're playing and stuff. it's nice to here. >> it continued at the laconia holiday parade. they started in weight park and the parade continued down main street and right into veterans square for the tree lighting at dusk. santa himself made an appearance riding in style atop a fire engine. a showdown looming in north dakota, the army corps of
>> good morning and welcome back. here we are, snow on the ground in the north country this morning and falling still as well. you can see the snow on top of that vehicle right there. and we'll see a little bit more of that, but the rest of us, well, we'll be talking about sunshine in your forecast, that's just a few minutes away when we talk again. >> breaking news out of new orleans where police s the french quarter. this happened around 1:30 this morning on bourbon street. investigators say one man later died at the hospital and they have not released the conditions of the other victims. police say two people were arrested for illegal carry of a firearm. no word yet on what triggered the incident. a highly decorated u.s. naval officer was killed by an improvised explosive device in syria. the senior chief petty officer
final a u.s. service member was killed in syria since special forces were deployed in 2015 to fight isis. the service member was killed by an ied. and four service members have been killed in iraq fighting isis. a showdown is looming at the dakota pipeline project. hundreds have camp out in cannonball in an attempt to stop the pipeline reasons. after that, anyone on the land would be considered trespassing. they don't plan to leave the camp soon. a mosque received threatening letters. a letter driven by anti-islam sentiment was received, and it
civil rights groups are calling for more protection from law enforcement. to florida now where three dogs are alive this morning after quick action by firefighters. the dogs were lifeless when firefighters rescued them from a house fire on friday. a dozen firefighters surrounded the small dogs and giving them oxygen and water. no one was home at the time. and investigators are working to determine a cause. >> still to come, seeing themselves played on the big screen. the movie rev life marathon bombing heroes. >> it's 8:14 on this sunday morning, we head into the break
>> now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch 9 forecast. josh: how are you? it's a nicer start than yesterday. yesterday you could barely see your hand in front of your face with the dense fog. not today. here is downtown claremont with the christmas ornaments. the tree looks decorated there. the visibilities are much better than yesterday. you can see 10 miles plus. the only exception parts of northern new hampshire, snow falling on and off this morning
right through the day. look the a the temperatures, lower 30's in northern and western new hampshire. farther to the south and east, warmer. up to 37 right now at portsmouth at the seacoast. there are a few clouds hanging on here and clearer skies and then back and forth with sun and clouds or developing sun, rising sun in northern and western new hampshire. there's a closer look at snow showers. they're going to change in they break apart for quite a while and reform. if you're in this part of the state you could see snow during the day, but it won't be all day long for sure. off to our best, it's the clearing area, moving in tonight and into tomorrow. today, it's partly to at times mostly sunny and mostly sunny skies, blue skies all day tomorrow. and then the dip in the jetstream here is a big system that will bring rain later this week, let's take it day by day,
mountain as we've discussed. breezy conditions there. clear to partly cloudy for tonight. as we head into the day tomorrow, those clouds shrinking and tlirnging until pretty much nothing in the north country by tomorrow afternoon. mostly sunny by tomorrow. the system i mentioned over and the western part of the country will move in. monday and news the rain pushes in and then if it early in the morning, it could be colder, a mix of snow in northern new hampshire if it moves in the morning. heavier rain down for us, condition rule out a rumble of thunder in this. it pulls away tuesday evening into wednesday morning, wednesday a bit of a break and another system wednesday afternoon into thursday means more rain and downpours. several inches could fall as this system will be around here.
rain chances on tuesday, wednesday, and thursday. as you can see right there. that will be a lot of rain and how much rain do we have versus what we need? well, since september 1st, right about average, but this month we are below average and of course, for the year, well below average. high temperatures today, low to mid 40's. 30's in the mountains. tomorrow, more of the same, but more sunshine, too. breezy today, less windy tomorrow. tomorrow will be a not that warm. off and on there will be breaks in the day middle of wednesday before the second system moves in and pulls away on thursday. >> all righty. >>. josh: got all that. amy: i'm following. josh: i'll quiz you in a while. amy: oh, boy. amy: in a few days, the story,
spoke out about it playing out. >> they say half a million people watch the boston marathon here in new england. are you behaving yourself? >> the early critical reviews for mark wahlberg's patriots day are overwhelmingly positive. but it's the people who lived it and the aftermath wahlberg >> i think that mark wahlberg and berg the director went to great lengths to get it right. >> he's played by aj simmons. >> he was shadowing me and getting my speech patterns. >> he came face-to-face with tamerlan tsarnayev. >> the older brother and i were exchanging gunfire and he misses
and it's afterwards, you go back and you look at that house and you see the bullet holes. he says he got the watertown scene right. they were violent. the showdown with dzhokhar tsarnayev in the boat to the joint fbi police investigation and the bombing itself. >> was it hard to watch all that? >> it was. brought back a lot of emotion. >> the commissioner evans is giving it high marks for sensitivity. >> throughout the process, they were concerned how it would play out. >> every inch of this city is getting searched. >> we're shutting it down. >> coming up next on news 9, holiday shopping in full swing. why shoppers are urged to keep it local.
400 million dollars thanks to last minute purchases. the odds of winning a slim one in 292 million. following the excitement of black friday, many shoppers in the granite state are asked to keep it local. it was small business saturday yesterday and shoppers walked elm street filling bags with free samples and discounted goods. and pop of color in august welcomed the added foot traffic and like theirs open downtown. >> a lot of people come here just to register their cars. there's a lot going on, great restaurants and food and they're hoping more retail will come down and join us. >> dozens of others stores and local restaurants were offering deals. many of the sales continue today. >> the manchester boston regional airport is offering high praise, the best small to
every airport in the united states. they were looked at easy access while being comfortable and simple to use. >> in news 9, hillary clinton joining the push for a recount in three states. now, president-elect donald trump is speaking out. >> he's a granite state museum on a mission. he's taking the words toy drive to a whole new level. we head into the break with a
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has raised millions for a recount. and hillary clinton has joined. donald trump calls it a scam. and a 25-year-old was thrown into the air as a driver keeps going. they're looking for that driver this morning. a fire in manchester. officials believe careless disposal of a cigarette caused this fire on hanover street on friday. get to those stories and more, judge in the weather center with a look at today's forecast. josh: good morning, it's sunday and it's starting to be sunny out there. how about that? we've got sunshine to talk about today after the last couple of days, we're certainly a bit on the gloomy y side. parts of western new hampshire and mid 30's elsewhere and this is a look at your satellite, more sunshine has been breaking out, still some snow in the
there, light snow. but that's even waning for new. it may come back at times through the day now. other times partly sunny skies for today and mostly sunny to our west here that will move in for tomorrow and this is the system that moves in mid week. we'll talk more about that in our forecast in just a minute. you're taking a look at the highs for today as we see sun, breezy conditions and temperatures in the 30's to mid 40's, a look at the rain that's headed this way coming u we talk again in a few minutes. >> president-elect donald trump is condemning a recount push in three states where he was victorious. green party candidate jill stein raised millions to pay for recounts in wisconsin, michigan and pennsylvania. and now hillary clinton's campaign is supporting the effort. wisconsin is moving forward with its first ever state-wide recount. stein says this is a process that will benefit all voters.
people-powered effort to ensure that we can rely on the integrity and the security of our votes. amy: during his campaign, president-elect trump regularly claimed the it was rigged. but he calls the recount effort is a scam and the nation must accept the election. and the considering renting a whole floor in trump tower. his wife melania and their son will stay after the inauguration. the going rate, $1.5 million. if it happens, that means the taxpayers would pay the trump organization rent. to the north country, a restaurant was burglarrized two of three people involved say
after they say they stole cash. the third suspect deambrosia-shaw has yet to be located. a man was clocked nearly three times the speed limit. they say that kegan hardy, the 25-year-old telling pol incident and was trying to get distance from the vehicle. fire officials believe, an elderly man crashed into a pond. at lawrence anderson says the car struck a tree and went around into dodge pond backwards and landed in about three feet of water. the man was brought to the hospital and authorities are investigating what caused the crash. police are investigating after a massachusetts scuba diver died in hawaii. 46-year-old timothy o'sullivan
waters near the kahala hotel and resort. an autopsy will be performed to determine the exact cause of death. authorities are investigating after a mother was found dead inside her boston apartment. three children were found alone. the officers rushed to bismarck street after a possible home invasion. after investigating, it was not an intruder, but concerned parents, rather, relatives who had not heard from the mother. police say it's not clear exactly how the woman died or how long the children had been there alone. a massachusetts man is recovering this morning after a horrific hit and run that was caught on camera. this happened early friday morning in front of the spot bar and lounge in brockton. a 25-year-old thrown into the air as you see the driver keeps going. the victim suffered serious injuries and was sent to the hospital. they're hoping the surveillance
case. red cross is assisting five families following a two alarm fire in manchester. they believe that careless disposal of a cigarettes sparked the fire in hanover building overnight. the families were given money for temporary lodging and food and clothing. it could have been worse considering the size of the building and luckily, it had working sprinklers. >> what is really critical is that house and the red cross is in the middle of a program we're providing free smoke alarms to anybody who needs them. >> for more information about that program or how to donate. head to red cross.org. >> well, a local musician is taking the term toy drive to a whole new level. he's embarking on a cross country mission to collect as
while he was out on road. >> here i am driving across the country from las vegas to new hampshire. my goal is to do it in three days and to raise $10,000 where every single penny every little bit of that will go to buying toys this week for kids. >> his goal is to raise $10,000 by the time he reaches new hampshire today. to learn more about how to donate, visit wmur.com. well, nothing quite shakes off the post-thanksgiving water. that's exactly what happened yesterday at corcoran's pond. this is part of the annual cold turkey plunge to raise money for the valley adaptive ski program. money will be used for adults and children with disabilities. these brave plungers helped to raise more than $40,000, an impressive take there. we hope you stay with us. coming up next, it was a
football team. jamie staton has complete coverage coming up. josh: there's a look at the system that gave us showers the fas few days. sunshine moving in and things looking much brighter. we'll talk about how long the sunshine will last before we get a healthy dose of rain. >> coming up in new hampshire's business, with the talk of
about new investment in infrastructure across the country. the obvious question is what about new hampshire? i'm going to talk to my two guests about the need for infrastructure new hampshire. first let me go to this report card that was put out a couple of years ago, 2013, by the american society of civil engineers. here is new hampshire's infrastructure report card then. roads, c-minus, bridges, c. drinking water, c-minus, transit c-minus, sch these, waste water c-minus and hazardous waste c. that's a few of what are 19 different components of infrastructure in new hampshire. with me to talk about a couple of them are my guests, victoria sheehan commissioner of the new hampshire department of transportation, welcome. >> good morning. >> nice to have you here and tom from environmental service, welcome, nice to have you here. >> thank you. >> those marks that we put up on the screen, tom, are they still
infrastructure in new hampshire overall is fair to poor. we have a lot of drinking water systems that have been in place for many, many decades. some 50 to 100 years, waste water treatments plants around from 35 to 50 years. >> really? >> the pipes in the ground, this is incredible, they're clogged and leaking and we need to replace this and upgrade it and make >> i'll ask you about the money for that, victoria's roads and bridges, things we travel on every day, those marks, the same as they were back in 2013? >> yes, there has been a slight increase in investment in transportation, specifically at the federal level, they increased the allocation of dollars to new hampshire and we had the gas tax increase of 4.2 cent cents, but even though additional investments mean
>> and the riderless bridges. >> those are reaching the end of the service life and we try to address as many as possible each year and the number keeps increasing. fred: we're playing catchup as you said. >> yes, we've increased investment slightly, but unfortunately the number of bridges are expected to climb and condition of our pavement and roadways across the state remain about the same condition the next ten from for this infrastructure? we're talking a lot of money and state and federal money, but as you look ahead and you've been in this position for ten years and environmental services. where do you see the funds coming from? >> the funds are going to need to come from the same places they've come from before. federal, state and local governments, but we'll have to have a lot more of them. as we look out, the estimates and conservative estimates, we are going to need to spend at
b, to address our waste water, drinking water, storm water management, as well as taking care of dams. that's a very significant amount of money. and we've done that with state, grants and funds and local dollars as well, as a match. but in recent years, in fact, for the past eight years, we have not been able to fund any new projects here in the state of new hampshire. other than a limited number of projects we've american recovery and reinvestment act. and so, municipalities have really been largely on their own to try to finance these projects except for limited loan dollars. >> victoria, same question. where does the money come from from roads and bridges? i know there are several pots and you have some dedicated funds also. >> we're very much reliant on federal and state gas tax for infrastructure and that being
grant opportunities. most importantly, recently we qualified for a tifia loan program, a federal program backed by our gas tax and helped us finish widening 93 and bridges across the state. we're excite today hear that the conversations are occurring at washington. we're eager to see how much additional money may be coming towards the states, but at this happening very closely and we're hoping that the work that we've done to advocate for infrastructure investment will mean that this is no longer a partisan issue, everyone is supportive of the investment and recognizes the need. >> maybe it's bipartisan at this point, tom? >> i think that's right. it does appear bipartisan support for infrastructure investment. that's vitally important for all of us.
it's short, but we made the point. >> thank you. >> if you want to look at that report card again and hear some of the comments, go to wmur.com, click on news, and then go up to the top of the new website and click on actually menu, up in the top left-hand corner and then click on local news and scroll down to new hampshire's business. >> now, meteorologist josh judge with your storm watch 9 forecast. >> it's partly sunny to mostly sunny start to our parts of the state this morning. so nice to see that sunshine after a couple of days without it and we are looking at partly sunny skies, over manchester. you can see some of the clouds, but there's lots of breaks in them. allowing the sun to shine through. the temperature in manchester 35 degrees, the winds out of the north. most places the north or the northwest this morning, light enough so it's not a big deal. but the winds will pick up a little bit today so we will be turning a bit breezy later on. temperatures have been hanging
morning, but now, the sun is out and the temperatures should start to rise a little bit more. 37 in portsmouth. as well as exeter, hudson, nashua reporting 37. 32 degrees in swanzee. lower 30's in southwestern new hampshire. 30 in gilford at the moment. our weather watcher in dan berg says 31. there's a look the stuartstown, 26 degrees, 28 at francona and lower 30's been some light snow. you may be waking up to a fresh dusting to maybe half an inch or an inch in a couple of spots there. it could come back in time as winds pick up out of the northwest through the day today. that may force more light snow in the mountains. a lot of it localized in the northern and western slopes. mountains, as the wind banks into the mountains there.
mostly sunny skies in the state. that's where this area is and that's our weather for tomorrow headed in this direction. of course, pulling up the rear here and take a look at this. lots of clouds and in this case. a lot of snow and a little bit of rain as it comes in our direction and most of it comes over to rain and heads in our direction like this. it becomes a bit more organized and then steams in on tuesday. and then the jetstream ridges over us. that's the ridge right there that brings up the warmth. milder as we get into the middle part of the week. here is the jetstream, also, steering that system toward us and then cooler air moving in for next weekend. does it stick around though? well, beyond next weekend it pulls on out and we see temperatures go back to average this time of year so no deep cold spells although it will be cooler next weekend. a good amount of sunshine and some of the snow showers in the mountains.
to wall sunshine for your monday. but then as i mentioned things will change, on tuesday, here is what happens. we cloud up monday night and tuesday morning and the rain begins as mix or snow in central or northern new hampshire and then some heavy duty downpours at times on tuesday afternoon into tuesday evening. those are your temperatures for today to expect and for tomorrow, fairly similar, with more sunshine and less wind and the tuesday through thursday time period, showers with breaks in the middle. now we check out your scores. now, news 9 sports. >> and good morning, everybody. a quick check on your sports, start with unh hockey, take on cornell at the frozen apple at madison square garden. they lost 3-1. and monarchs on the road and ran into trouble. the jackles beat them 5-3. former unh star with a goal and
unh football, moving on in the playoffs. and this guy, the wide receiver at manchester central high school. he was looking to the first drive. the unh captain came up with the interception. and the field position led to a cross and touchdown run that made it 7-0. on the next drive. quarterback adam reeceit scoring three touchdown in the game and unh rolls to the big victory and take it 64-21. the most that unh has ever scored in the playoffs and they're moving on to play at james madison next saturday. today at kellington. the world cup women's race. finished fifth yesterday in giant slam lom she'll be tough to beat today.
>> now to a story of an unlikely d duo elias johnson on how they're hard to miss. >> spend a few minutes watching willy sears tinker aw. motorcycle. >> and a painter by trade and a mechanic by choice. >> i spent four days a day out of the week and most of the weekends. most focus restoring his 1976 ha harley davidson sportster. >> it's my baby. one that one of my grandsons
>> when he's making progress, willy's friend shows up. >> he badgers hee to ride every day. >> just in time. >> he's 150 pound guy and he's just not capable of riding himself. >> elvis gets his way. >> elvis, come here, buddy, that a boy. that a boy. want to go for a ride? come here. there you go. tuck your great dane has to follow. >> my wife felt it was safety equipment that we couldn't go without. he doesn't like them, but he knows he has to have them to ride. >> all right. here we go. >> the hilarity of watching willy and elvis cruise down the road looks like something that would have taken months of professional training, but it turns out. >> last year, it just kind of
needed refurbished and when i had it taken apart with the body laying on the floor, he was very interested in it. so, i had him get in it and sit down and gave him a treat and he enjoyed it and then when i got the body set on the frame, same thing, had him sit down, gave him a treat. he enjoyed it. hooked it up to the bike. got him in it. >> and this is what it's turned into. riding at least once a week all over town. >> we go around the lakeui sailorville and we run around town a lot. >> you can see him perk up and he thinks he's the thing. >> (laughter) >> come on, how hard would it be to put a side car on your bike? >> i think i could do it as long as i pulled over once in a while in a "barking" lot. amy: did you say barking lot? >> the temperatures today, most
sun out and a little breezy todayment tomorrow, more sunshine and blue skies and look at the rain, we need rain and quite a bit to offer from the tuesday through thursday time period. anywhere from two to four inches of rain all told in those three days. amy: time to find the umbrellas. josh: yes. amy: tune in for close-up. first it's good morning america, we thank you for watching. josh and i will be hanging around and be back in 25 minutes with more local news and
good morning, america. new this morning cuba's future. what's ahead for the country following fidel castro's death? the nation in mourning. the celebrations here and the political fallout. president obama criticized for his statement. the backlash this morning and the warnings. >> raul is as repressive. >> breaking overnight, the burr ban street shooting. shots fired on the most famous street in new orleans. ten people hit. at least one killed. >> looking for witnesses. we are interviewing those victims. >> the arrests this morning. >> recount, hillary clinton's campaign joining in. green party candidate jill stein pushing the move, already taking