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>> no one covers new hampshire like we do. >> evacuate evacuate evacuate. adam: hurricane matthew has strengthened to a category four storm as it barrels toward the coast of florida. with mass evacuations underway, how soon those who stayed behind will begin feeling the impact. temperatures over the next few days. adam: and an unusual attack. a bow man facing serious charges after police say he used construction equipment as a weapon in a domestic dispute. >> 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 ncicap.org] adam: breaking news now. hurricane matthew strengthens into a category 4. it's now approaching the coast of florida after pummelling the bahamas.
is underway and the governor of florida is warning residents to get out. marci gonzalez is live in the path of the storm in florida. marci: good afternoon. already a rainy day and we are starting to feel the severe impacts of the storm. hurricane matthew moving towards florida. the massive storm threatening severe flooding and destructive winds. potentially the most powerful hurricane to hit the u.s. in more than a decade. governor scott: evacuate, evacuate, evacuate. unfortunately this is going to kill people. marci: possibly the largest evacuation ever in florida with orders in place for 2.5 million people from here to the carolinas. >> i'm thinking just to get as far away from the flood zone as possible. marci: some gas stations running out of fuel. >> i spent almost an hour
and more than 100 shelters now open from south to central florida. >> i love my kids dearly and i want to do what is best for them. marci: taking the threat seriously after seeing the destruction matthew left behind? , killing dozens of people in haiti, battering the bahamas -- >> i'm so scared, really. marci: and now making a straight shot towards the sunshine state. forecasters expect matthew did it is closed as a category 4 storm late tonight. 2500 national guard troops are deployed across florida to help with last-minute evacuations. marci gonzalez from abc news. adam: for the very latest -- excuse me, forecasters say matthew is expected to make landfall on the east coast as a category four storm tonight. 2500 national guard troops are already deployed here to help
evacuations. we can go to kevin skarupa in the weather center. kevin: this continues to strengthen at this hour. top winds at 140 miles an hour as it moves northwest, picking up speed as well. you have seen a motion to the northwest at 10-15 miles an hour. eventually it will be nearing the east central coastline of palm beach county as well as up through jupiter and eventually up through the land of damage will be from the system. over a foot of rain is possible on the carolinas. conditions will continue to worsen in florida later on this afternoon and evening with it continuing to parallel the coastline going forward. a lot on that as the storm track
adam: matthew is already causing problems for travelers. right now more than 2,000 flights have been cancelled because of the storm. the most impacted airports are of course in miami and fort lauderdale. both plan to halt all flights sometime today. airports typically shut down their runways when cross winds go above miles per hour. 30 and you can follow matthew by heading over to our website , wmur.com. there you can also find information on how to help the areas ha charges -- facing serious charges after police say he used a front end loader to tip over another piece of construction equipment while someone was inside. this all played out yesterday afternoon at a recycling business on river road. police say the suspect , 54-year-old peter emanuel, was still driving the loader when officers arrived. he fled the scene and was later arrested. emanuel is now facing multiple
when he led them on a high-speed chase along winding roads in pelham is due in court tomorrow. >> get on the ground right now! on the ground! adam: the chase, which was caught on police dashcam, started early wednesday morning after a driver allegedly sped by an officer on route 38 and then blew through red lights. speeds reached 80 miles an hour at one point, forcing the officer to slow down before finding the car flipped over on finding the car flipped over on mammoth road dwi. turning to commitment 2016 now, donald trump is back in the granite state today. the republican presidential nominee is holding an invite-only town hall style event in sandown at 7:00. you can watch live coverage of this event on wmur.com and our mobile app. the second presidential debate kicks off sunday at 9:00 p.m. from washington university in
and donald trump face off right here on wmur, or by going to wmur.com or our mobile app. an infamous mafia boss now behind bars. coming up, where italian police were able to find him hiding. another samsung phone goes up in smoke, forcing a plane to evacuate minutes before takeoff. kevin: a lot of sunshine and a warming trend but a big change comes with this front over the holiday adam: in today's "cook's corner," we're making scallops
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adam: hiding behind the kitchen cabinets in his home. antonio pelle spent five years on the run and now could spend 20
years behind bars for drug trafficking. pelle was hiding in a secret room that contained a small mattress and portable fan. he was listed among italy's 10 most dangerous fugitives. more problems for samsung. one of the company's phones started to smoke, forcing a plane to evacuate just minutes before takeoff. it happened yesterday at the louisville airport on a
galaxy note 7, which was recalled by samsung after similar incidents. the 75 passengers on the plane were not hurt. the new jersey transit is implementing a new rule in some -- just a week after that fatal train crash in hoboken. a transit official says a conductor must join an engineer whenever a train pulls into the hoboken terminal or its atlantic city station. this means a second set of eyes will be watching the train as it enters the station. the engineer was alone when the thursday, killing one woman and injuring more than 100 others. how would you like to have your very own island? one in vermont is now up for auction. cedar island is located on lake champlain. not only does the island come with a boat, it also has a house. the home features five bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a tennis court.
the red sox play game one of the division series against the cleveland indians tonight. they're in cleveland to take on the indians and former manager terry francona. rick porcello will be on the mound tonight against 25-year-old trevor bauer. david price pitches on friday night against indians ace corey kluber. game time is at 8:00 p.m. you think this is going to go well for the sox? kevin: i think they will do just fine. they've been do adam: coming up in "cook's corner," we're whipping a delicious surf and smoke platter in our news 9 kitchen. now to our u local hot shot, a gorgeous fall view of mount monadnock. reflected in the pond. you can submit your pictures and video and join the thousands of u local members by logging onto ulocal.wmur.com.
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while breest was convicted of the 1973 murder of susan randall, he has never admitted to the crime, and is hoping dna evidence could get him a new trial. wmur's ray brewer was at the hearing in concord. ray: robert breest is now 78 years old, having spent the majority of his life in jail. his lawyers told the court that based in part on those dna tests he deserves a new trial. since 1973, robert breest, seen here at previous hearing, has been incarced breest was convicted of the murder of 18-year-old susan randall, her body found in the merrimack river in concord. a dna test done in 2012 found that there was dna from two males under her fingernails. in appealing to the state supreme court, lawyers for brees say he's entitled to a new trial, something the state opposes. >> in none of the 5 dna tests from 2002 to 2012 was the defendant excluded as a source of the dna profile.
test results exonerate mr. breest. we say that they are favorable. ray: in the original trial the state also relied upon the testimony of david carita, who said that breest confessed to him while they were both locked up. carita has since died, but the defense says that testimony can now be disproven by another inmate. >> carita says breest confessed and kelleher was there. the authorities go to kelleher and say will you testify against breest and kelleher says that never happened. ray: however the state says , there's no evidence any officer made that trip and says the court should also take into account what it called breest's strange behavior, regarding showing up at the manchester police department for questioning. >> susan randall did disappear from manchester but her body was found out on interstate 93 in concord. ray: although it's not part of
true that breest would be paroled if he just admitted to the crime. the defense told the court that is true, and another indication that any confession was false. the case has now been submitted, and there is no indication on when the court will rule. in concord, ray brewer, wmur news 9. >> now, meteorologist kevin skarupa with your storm watch 9 forecast. kevin: 48 hours ago we saw the mets trend further south and hurricane matthew the door to quick moving cold fronts the next seven days could we need the rainfall but not much expected the in those cool friends. a lot of been if matthew had come closer. blue sky across the area. gorges weather across northern and central portions of the state. latest foliage, closing in as you go from the white mountains to the great north woods.
central and southern areas. a lot of that depending on elevation. great-looking weekend to be outdoors for that. we need the rainfall. that is the other end of this, the two friends are not expecting to give us that much rainfall. quite a bit of fog earlier this morning. full sunshine for the afternoon. we see more fog tomorrow when i tomorrow morning. this is what comes in over the holiday weekend. increasing clouds saturday afternoon. showers could linger into sunday evening. temperatures back into the 60's. for most suspect we will be in the 70's. fog finally burned off. five degrees warmer than we were yesterday.
maybe a couple of degrees warmer tomorrow afternoon. you notice the definitive edge act to our west. across the room as we work our way through saturday evening. anywhere across the northeast all the way through the mid-atlantic states, you should be just fine. increasing clouds saturday. not going to see hefty amounts out of this. scattered shower activity pulls away. to go right along and could even had in land by a few miles along the east coast of florida before eventually heading north to heaviest of the rainfall will likely be in the carolinas while the wind damage will be focused on across the sunshine state as we work our way through the next 48 hours. we have one front on saturday.
adam: i am a northwest native and boy, did i learn the hard way moving to an new england that it is scallops, not stilts. sean: you say potato for my site po--i say po-tah-to. the barbecue is authentic. that is kind of unity. and that he was never been to another restaurant and seen this on the play. -- played. we spoke our own ribs. one of the cool things about it is we peel the membrane off the back and we allow the smoke to penetrate off the bottom and you don't get the waxy piece underneath. couple of these on the play. adam: how long do you let them
hours, sometimes a little bit longer. let's get some of these down. these are the big canadian sea scallops we buy, spend a little bit more for but they are super tasty. going to use the skillet. color is awesome. adam: -- shellfish like this you got a be careful with the grill. sean: you will see the shrimp kralev and pressing it was squeezing it weird -- squeezing it with your thumb. we do make our own barbecue sauce over here. apple slather is little but sweet and smoky. what it does is tied together this seafood and the barbecue.
this accentuates the sweetness. lovely dish. adam: where did the idea come from preparing the barbecue and the seafood? sean: surf and turf, right? we like to play without food. always having fun. [laughter] adam: all right, you have some selections in terms of the brew. sean: we are big on bringing in craft beer. i do bring in we are brewing beer -- it will be ready in a couple weeks -- with mark's exchange. it is nipa -- it is an ipa, and since my last name is hopkins and we have 23.5 pounds, it will be called hopkins as well. adam: sean hopkins, that's for this could we will to try these
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adam: this week's adopt a pet is bristol. she's a 1-year-old hound mix who loves to cuddle with everyone except cats. she's looking for an active, energetic family with older children. you can find bristol at the animal rescue league of new hampshire in bedford. for more information on her and other adoptable animals, go to wmur.com/pets. and some adorable video out of the oregon zoo. this is nora. she's 10 months old. and the newest polar bear at the zoo. zoo so the zookeepers decided to fill a kiddie pool full of ice and let nora go wild. nice to see that across species the babies enjoy these rules in a what. kevin: regardless of what is in them. we notice in the extended forecast temperatures in the 70's and the holiday weekend, 60's for most of it.
we will keep an eye on the hurricane. adam: not bad at all. thanks, kevin good we continue our lightbank coverage of the path of hurricane matthew tonight at 5:00. you can track the storm in real-time on wmur.com and on our weather app. one industries thrilled about the hot, dry weather good what local vineyards are same. "celebrity page" airs next, you can still watch "who wants to be
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