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adam: now at noon, a guilty plea and sentencing. the man accused of recording two young girls changing clothes in the dressing room at target back in court. kevin: about as cool as we've been with full sunshine in a wild this afternoon. who might see frost in the forecast ahead. adam: about to face a judge. police say this laconima police station with a propane tank. and commitment 2016. the spotlight in the race for the white house returns to the granite state. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 at noon. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit] adam: off the top this noon, no jail time for a raymond man who admitted recording two young girls in a target dresssing room. good afternoon. i'm adam sexton.
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girls back in june but police say there are more victims. wmur's ray brewer is live in bedford, and ray, the police chief says there is violation of privacy and that is something that they are dealing with on an increasing basis. ray: that's right, adam. the reason that they are seeing the increase is because of the proliferation of mobile devices and their size. 23-year-old zachery bishop admitted to recording two young girls as they undressed in a target dressing room in bedford. as part of the plea bargain, bishop pled guilty to two counts of violation of privacy. back on june 22, bishop recorded the two girls, ages 14 and 16, in the dressing room of the target on south river road. bishop admitting he used his cell phone while he was in a dressing room adjacent to the girls. >> one of the two females did
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the subject fled. ray: that led to an investigation, and bishop was subsequently identified and arrested. the chief says this case should serve as a warning to everyone to be aware of their surroundings. >> certainly if they see anyone acting suspicious, out of the ordinary, certainly anyone who's holding a mobile device that makes them feel uncomfortable in any nature, certainly alert store officials police department. ray: the chief says they did search bishop's cell phone, and as a result they know there are more victims. >> we're still looking for 3 other females that may have been recorded on june 13 or june 22. ray: the chief says that if additional victims come forward they will prosecute. as a result of the plea bargain bishop won't do any time as long as he remains on good behavior for two years. however, he must also undergo a psycho-sexual evaluation and follow any recommendations.
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brewer, wmur news 9. adam: noon, we have learned a shooting in manchester has turned deadly. officers responded to merrimack and beech street's just before 7:00 last night. the attorney general's office said they found an injured man taken to the hospital who later died. an autopsy is being done to determine the exact cause and manner of his death. today after police say he threatened to blow up the police station. at around 2:00 this morning, laconia police were called to bay street after 45-year-old warren bears, allegedly armed with a machete, was making threats to blow up the police department using a propane tank. the state police bomb squad did examine the devices as a precaution. he is charged with criminal threatening with a deadly weapon and use of a molotov cocktail. right now there is a significant , expansion of drought conditions in new hamsphire.
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county is now in extreme drought and it also extends to a small portion of cheshire county. the u.s. drought monitor, which tracks drought conditions in states, says more than 19% of the state is under extreme drought conditions. that is up from 12% just last week. it's one week away but fall is in the air here in the granite state. let's send it right over to meteorologist kevin skarupa to see how thst is shaping up. kevin: temperatures dropping back into the 40's and 50's. we are looking at temperatures to be four or five degrees cooler this evening. temperatures this afternoon are hard-pressed to get back above 70. 60's elsewhere. with the clear skies and light winds tonight, we are looking at temperatures to freefall yet again. looks like lower and mid 30's
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that means there could be a first frost for the northern parts of the state. out west there could be a few areas of patchy frost as well. he will tell you and those arriving look to the weekend. adam: the spotlight in the race for the white house returns to the granite state. both republican nominee donald trump and democratic vice presidential nominee tim kaine are in new hampshire today. mr. kaine will speak about expanding opportunity for young granite staters in portsmouth within the hou and trump is holding a rally at laconia middle school at 7:30. we will be covering both candidates today and will be live tonight at 5:00 and 6:00. meanwhile, hillary clinton is set to return to the campaign trail today after a bout of pneumonia. and with questions swirling about her health she's releasing more medical records. as well as donald trump now. abc's kenneth moton has the
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kenneth: hillary clinton itching to get to work on the campaign trail. ms. clinton: i am so much better. kenneth: the democratic nominee was on the tom joyner morning show, sidestepping questions about that blistering attack from colin powell's emails released by russian hackers. instead, clinton went right for donald trump. ms. clinton: i'm not going to start discussing someone else's private emails. i've already spent a lot of time talking about my own. ' alarming closeness with the kremlin. kenneth: trump is clearly ready for his democratic rival's return. mr. trump: i don't know, folks, you think hillary would be able to stand up here for an hour and do this? kenneth: polls continue to tighten as the health of the candidates takes center stage. trump took the results of his physical to the "dr. oz" show mr. trump i feel as good today : as i did when i was 30. kenneth: dr. oz concluded trump
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but in a more detailed report. this morning, trump also reacted to this moment on the trail in flint, michigan yesterday when the pastor of a black church shut him down during a political attack. mr. trump everything she touched : didn't work out. nothing. now hillary clinton -- >> mr. trump i invited you here , to thank us for what we've done in flint, not give a political speech. mr. trump: ok. kenneth: trump called the pastor "under mess." this morning, trump's campaign released the health information he gave to dr. oz and said trump has the stamina to endure uninterrupted the rigors of this presidential campaign. an obvious swipe at clinton who will return to the trail in north carolina this afternoon. adam: for the first time in more than a hundred years, the state's largest newspaper is not endorsing a republican for president. instead the "new hampshire union leader" says the only choice is libertarian gary johnson.
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refuses to choose between clinton or trump. and says there is a reasonable alternative in johnson. >> if the two major parties had offered a fit candidate for office we would not have looked to a third party. libertarians don't have a chance unless they know there is a lifeline they can grab. adam: the editorial-page editor says that if johnson and running mate bill weld get all the voters who do not like or trust donald trump or hillary clinton, they could win. a child had to be rescuete it happened yesterday at fuller elementary school. when firefighters arrived they say the boy had his leg stuck in the hole up to his waist. they were able to get him out within a few minutes. school staff says there was small hole in the playground area that was marked with a cone but it opened up when the boy ran by it. milton police are asking for your help in identifying a person of interest in a recent string of car break-ins. the break-ins happened in the area of milton elementary school. anyone who recognizes this
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a super typhoon slams asia. coming up, ferocious winds and rain knock out power to nearly 1 million homes. a first for the atlantic ocean and it's just off the coast of new england. kevin: rainfall around here and the next trying to arrive over the weekend with a warming trend after a chilly night tonight. adam: and we're talking about ways parents can help their kids choose the best afterschool
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barbara moussette: kelly came through for me and my husband, and i am just forever grateful... with my husband in cancer treatment, we fell behind on our bills, and we needed our tax refund to catch up... ...but hackers had stolen it. we were the victims of identity theft. i was terrified - we faced losing our home. we reached out to kelly ayotte. she didn't know us at all, but she went to the irs and she fought for us. thanks to kelly, we got our refund
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adam: an investigation is underway in pakistan after 6 people were killed and more than 100 were injured when two trains crashed this morning. officials say a passenger train hit a freight train near the city of multan. it happened after the freight ai man crossing the tracks. the freight train was then hit from behind by the passenger train. a powerful typhoon swept through china killed two people and injured dozens. after slamming taiwan, the storm knocked out power to almost 1 million homes and cut off water service to thousands. the storm reached land as the equivalent of a category 2 or 3 hurricane. officials in both china and taiwan say meranti was the strongest storm of its kind this
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nasa actually captured this satellite image of a lightning streak inside the typhoon. the storm clocked some of the strongest sustained winds on record at 190 miles per hour. meteorologists say the system was weakened as it moves north. president obama will establish the first national marine monument in the atlantic ocean today. the white house says the move will protect nearly 5,000 square miles of underwater canyons and mountains off the new england coast. the area is situated 130 miles southeast of cape cod. georges bank. the designation will protect the area from commercial development. that includes barring undersea drilling and mining, as well as commercial fishing activity. recreational fishing in the area will still be allowed. that typhoon, 190-mile an hour winds, tough to conceive of. kevin: in the pacific, bigger ocean and it allows a lot more time for those to develop.
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tonight. adam: coming up in today's "positive parenting" segment, we're discussing how you can help choose the right afterschool activities for your kids. now to our u local hot shot. a viewer snapped this photo of a gorgeous sunset out in dover after some storms moved through. you can submit your pictures and video and join the thousands of u local members by logging onto everybody knows that goodwill helps people. but what not everybody knows is how. basically, you give us the stuff you're not using... vroom! screech! ...and we sell it to someone who'll use it.
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>> now, meteorologist kevin skarupa with your storm watch 9 forecast. kevin: while fairly height of the levels we had at the last cool snap last week. the second night of clear skies tends to be the cooler one. we are looking at another three degrees four degrees off the thermometers, we started off in the mid-30's in the north country. 32-37 overnight. first frost for several northern areas of the state. along the big lake he will stay hovering in the low to mid 40's.
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especially in the western parts of the state, there is a chance in the sheltered valleys to see temperatures dipped down around 37 to 39 degrees. you live in one of the fog-prone areas, they tend to be a little bit cooler on the maps. those are in the areas to keep an eye out this evening. big area of high pressure in control of our weather and will be the next couple of days. sunshine today, mostly sunny skies sunshine until late in the day on saturday. temperatures back near 60 degrees up north. it 60's in southern spots, edging up near 70 four brief time this afternoon. wind fairly light out there. this is just reinforcing the lower humidity we have in place for the time being. temperatures running 5 to 20 degrees cooler than where we were this time yesterday. this is the time of year where
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bouts of summer warmth and the cooler air out of canada. for the time being out of canada, the air mass will moderate a bit and we will get back to the low to mid 70's. that is after the chilly start and patchy frost a possibility in a few western areas. the better chances of north. upper 60's to mid 70's. 70's for most both days over the weekend. saturday we will likely have sunshine for most of the day. approaching from the last and there might be a shower late in the afternoon or in the evening. the lion share of any shower activity will be daylight hours into sunday evening. if you have a chance to pick the base between the weekend, saturday is the better day. scattered shower activity is going to be a possibility this evening. should be off and on and on all day rain. from there, the system could
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behind the system, no touch of autumn back in the forecast yet. otherwise, we remain mild temperatures 5.5 degrees above average. adam: we'll take it, kevin, thank you. in today's "positive parenting" segment, we're talking about how you can choose the right extracurricular experiences for your kids. to discuss that, here is kate guerdat from unh cooperative extracurriculars. doesn't have to be sports. kate: we forget about that. we want our kids to excel in every areas and not every kid is an athlete. i'm a little biased. be of great things with science and to stand. -- with science and stem. the boys and girls club.
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expanding our kids' boundaries. adam: what makes a good program? what should a parent be looking for? kate: we often think we are giving kids more homework time, but often they are done by 3:00. looking for something interesting and engaging for them exposing them to good things -- cooking, maybe looking at rob especially for younger kids who did not find the niche. adam: you mentioned the younger kids. what about adolescents? once they get into middle school it is just as important to keep them active and involved. kate: it really is and we do a good job sometimes of programming for younger kids, but when you get to tweens and teens, you don't know what to do. the teens should be engaged as well.
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there is a lot of opportunities in local schools and afterschool programs looking for teenagers that want to mentor younger kids. you have teenagers that are learning. great facilitation skills. career academic pathways. younger kids have the mentor they may not be getting at home. adam: what if you are lucky to have that time free to be involved? kate: there is lots -- for sometimes it is easier to volunteer between 5:00 and 7:00. families should look, for example -- extension has a lot of great clubs that meet in the nighttime and a variety of areas he can explore something with their kids to further the connection. i would encourage parents to not just get their kids signed up for the families to sign up as well. adam: kate, great advice.
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i'm really good at war. i love war in a certain way. including with nukes, yes including with nukes. nuclear, just the power the devastation, is very important to me. i want to be unpredictable, unpredictable, unpredictable, unpredictable. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. adam: in today's "adopt this
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who is looking for her forever home. she's a very friendly and playful pup who would do best in a home without young kids. buttons loves long walks and is housetrained. for more information on buttons, check out sato heart rescue in wilton. take a look at this adorable video. a chinese conservation group released this footage of a panda cub trying to turn over. the research center says the 5-week-old female cub does not yet haveam into that. recognize that same instinct in little babies. kevin: either that or doing crunches. we continue to look into temperatures over the next couple of days warming up after a chilly night tonight, coolest we have been this season, the range will be 32 to 46. 70's for the weekend. best chance of showers next will be on sunday. adam: tonight at 5:00, the next
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