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mourning. tonight flags are at half staff in vermont for the five teenagers killed in a wrong way crash over the weekend. good evening. i'm jean mackin. josh: i'm josh mcelveen. we're learning more about the young victims, one of them attended a private school here in new hampshire. jean: adam sexton has the latest. reporter: court documents in vermont indicate that the driver of the truck that struck and killed these teens is now under investigation for murder. one of the teens who died has been identified janey cozy, a sophomore at kimball union academy in new hampshire. she had apparently gone home to vermont for the holiday weekend. she and four friends were in the car headed southbound on 89. police say the driver of the truck stole a police cruiser of an officer who had arrived on scene and was trying to pull the teens from their burning vehicle. he causedded a series of crashes before being captured and is now
coach says she was one of a kind. >> such a great kid. there are 26 girls on our soccer team and two coaches and she's just beloved by everybody, smiling all the time, hard working, fun to be around, team oriented, just a wonderful kid. we are devastated. reporter: administrators say students are returning from the holiday weekend tonight and tomorrow. it's a small school of only a few hundred students and tomorrow to talk about what happened and to remember janey. adam sexton, wmur news 9. josh: we know the name of the driver that was killed while allegedly speeding a way from police, investigators say an officer in stoddard first tried to pull over 59-year-old kevin morong, who sped off on route 9, racing through his where and into then henniker before being thrown from his car in a crash involving three other vehicles.
reached speeds of more than 100 miles per hour and camed to stop for police on two occasions. it started started in stoddard t night when a state trooper saw a blue toyota rav4 driving very fast. officials radioed ahead to his where police who saw the vehicle speeding on route 2029. authorities say there was a brief pursuit but it was quickly stopped because of the high speeds. shortly after that, police say there was a henniker where the driver of the toyota lost control and hit three other vehicles. police say morong was ejected and pronounced dead at the scene. >> we have no idea why this operator was traveling at the rate of speed he was for so long, there was no pursuit going on initially as it was high speed. he didn't yield to my blue lights at all, kept driving at that high rate of speed for
reporter: authorities say drivers and passengers of the other vehicles involved were not seriously hurt. the investigation is continuing. andy hershberger, wmur news 9. jean: we're going to witch gears here. the long holiday weekend is coming to an end and there's a lot traffic out there as columbus day visitors head home. shelley walcott is at the hooksett rest area where people are getting a stop in on their way home. shelley: yes, lots stocking up here at the hooksett rest tolls for a long drive home, because traffic out here is a little bit slow today. of course tourism officials say hundreds of thousands of people coming home from up north where they took in the fall colors for the holiday weekend. the colors were at their peak in northern new hampshire this past weekend, and columbus day is the third busiest travel weekend in the state. and based on numbers from past years, an estimated 600,000 visitors were believedded to
weekend. of course many of them are heading home now, so this makes it slow going on the highway. we spoke to some travelers including a family from belmont actually headed down to fenway for the red sox game tonight. >> horrible. it taken about an hour. >> what does it usually take? >> 25 minutes. >> there was a little bit of traffic right at 89 where it meets up with 93, about a mile backup. but after that it was south this afternoon, pack your patience. for more on the traffic situation, i'm going to toss it over to peggy james who has the latest on traffic. peggy: yes, the backups start around canterbury on 93 southbound, gets really thick there all the way down to the bow junction. also on 89 from exit 3 out to the bow junction, where you meet up with 93, very heavy getting through there. it's slow moving
little running room down to manchester. 293 southbound is heavy through the mill yard and traffic is crowding up on the everett turnpike south through merrimack. volume picking up 93 south from manchester down to derry. 101 however is trouble-free, but on the seacoast 95 south is sluggish from york, maine to the hampton tolls. i'm peggy james for 95.7, wzid. jean: the holiday weekend sure ended with ?ig show off those fall colors, you can see them popping here in berlin, gorgeous in our north country and our mountains. the clear skies also came with a big drop in temperature. mike haddad has the frost advisories and freeze warnings in effect across the state. mike: yes, it's quite chilly despite the sunshine, temperatures running several degrees below average. tonight will be likely the coldest so far this season. take a look at the temperatures right now, we're starting off this early part of the evening
and along the canadian border, low to mid 40's in pittsburg. 50 in berlin. mid fitz south. later on tonight we have the freeze and frost conditions. frost advisory means temperatures will be right near 32 or slightly above, but surfaces, that means your car, grassy areas, could be just near the freezing mark. so frost likely around and lakes region, through the merrimack valley and within a few miles of the coast. western parts of the state, the monadnock region through the up temperatures below 32 for a killing freeze for the first time this season. what about the rest of the the week ahead, that's straight ahead. josh: all right, now to commitment 2016 coverage, some big names will be on the campaign trail here in new hampshire this week. on thursday, first lady michelle obama will be attending a rally in concord, while donald trump will be back here on saturday
portsmouth. trump's return to new hampshire comes on the heels of a graphic video that cost him support among granite state republicans. this was the first topic of discussion at the second presidential debate. a matchup that left a lot of voters shaking their heads. diane roberts is in our washington bureau with voters' reaction to last night's faceoff. diane? reporter: josh, with with less than a month to go until the election, both candidates are on the campaign trail, pushing hard, trying to win over those undecided voters. hillary clinton hitting the campaign trail in michigan after sunday night's debates. >> donald trump spent his time attacking when he should have been apologizing. reporter: a cnn poll says hillary clinton won the debate. but that trump did better than expected. >> winning a debate is not like winning a football game, there's not a clear winner and loser. winning is in the eye of the beholder. reporter: house speaker ryan was
nominee on the campaign trail, follow trump's recently released comments about women at it. at a rally in pennsylvania today trump attacked clinton saying she talked about petty things during the debate. >> during the 90 minutes she was exposed and her failures were exposed, she had no defense, all she could do was lie. reporter: as for trump's reaction to palm ryan's comments, he tweeted today that the house speaker diane roberts, wmur news 9. josh: the today show suspended billy bush over that same video that brought the backlash for trump. he was hosting access hollywood when the video was taken. nbc says there's no excuse for bush's behavior and that he's suspended while the matter gets further review. over the weekend g.o.p. leaders
the wake of that video that surfaced friday. but in an interview today, abc news senior political reporter cokie roberts said that trump did just enough during the debate last night to stop a complete party revolt against him. >> he did change the conversation that was going on among republicans about getting them off the ticket or trying to see how they could organize to oppose him. that seems to have stopped as a result of his credible performance in the republicans who have stuck by trump in this election will have a lot to answer to if trump winds up dragging down other g.o.p. candidates on the what the ballot. on news 9 at 6:00 we'll have what others are saying about having trump at the top of the ticket. jean: a lot of pressure on the red sox right now, not to mention the fans. if nay lose against the indians
wmur's sports director jamie staton is live at fenway park tonight where we're just about an hour away from first pitch. jamie? reporter: yes, 6:08 first pitch, fenway park coming alive. the fans starting to stream in. it's been a long time since i've seen so many winter parkas, it's going to be a chilly one tonight. their backs are to the wall, but they're home now, completely different ball game as they get ready to play the indians. the pitching matchup, a lot of red sox fans cringed when saw clay buchholz pitching, he had his struggles over the thras few years. but this is the the right guy for the job. he has been really good in september, and he won his last three post season starts, the last one was game four of the 2013 world series. he's been here before, know what is to do, he'll face josh tomlin tonight. here's the red sox manager on tonight's game. >> we can't go back, you know,
there's a little bit of freedom, trust your abilities, remember who we are as a team and play with that freedom and that aggression. >> the red sox need to bet those bats going, they were cold and silent in cleveland. they're certainly going to be cold tonight in this weather, but hopefully they'll heat up and red sox will score enough runs to send this to game four tomorrow. we'll have much more as the news rolls on. live at fenway park with r >> drivers have detoured alon the czar row lon bridge for weeks, now there's a warning for water traffic, we'll explain coming up. >> it left damage and flood damagers in north carolina. i'm marci gonzalez with the latest on the rescues coming up. mike: after a cold night does it
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josh: a terror suspect in germany is behind bars tonight thanks to a quickitying trio. three syrians living in germany say that the man approached them at a train station and asked for a place sta stay, they recognized him from a wanted poster. they agreed but then tied him up in their apartment until police arrived. police say al bakker was preparing a bomb attack and does have ties to at the new jersey station where a woman died in a deadly crash there. last month more than 100 people were hurt when the train crashed into the station in hoboken. many of the injury were among the passengers boarding trains today. first stopping at customer service to pick up items they had to leave behind on the day of the crash. investigators say that train was traveling more than twice the speed limit. traffic on the water is now
closed to boat traffic so crews can remove the old lift span and float it down the river. if you want to watch this massive operation in person, crews hope to remove the old lift span on friday. if the weather doesn't cooperate, they'll do it on saturday. the new bridge is expected to open next september. josh: hurricane matthew has fallen apart but has left a dangerous wake in the carolinas. some warning that the worst is yet to marci gonzalez is in st. augustine, florida. reporter: the big focus today is on cleanup for this and so many communities. though the storm is now gone, others are still dealing with the lingering dangers. the post storm skies now clear, but hurricane matthew is still dishing a devastating blow to north carolina. >> we have not hit the most serious point of this flood in north carolina as of yet. reporter: a desperate effort at
the floodwaters. >> back up. reporter: 1400 regulation cued so far. >> the rescue team, i am grateful. reporter: after the heavy rain left rivers overflowing their banks, adding to overwhelming damage and more deaths. in the u.s. matthew has claimed more than 20 lives. several other people are still the death toll estimates now top 900. meanwhile, back in florida, the mcmullen family is cleaning up. the severity of the storm's impact elsewhere bringing them perspective. >> we feel really lucky and blessed. >> and a lesson in loss. >> stuff can be replaced, right. we can't be replaced. reporter: the kids have been out
damage. there are more than a million people from here to the carolinas still without electricity. marci gonzalez, abc news. mike: hard to imagine such a devastating deadly storm, actually had some beneficial effect as cross new hampshire yesterday as it did pull away from the east coast with a cold front and resultedded in a bit of today. take a look at plymouth where skies are bright and the find is getting closer to peak in places like plymouth. it has peaked in the great north woods and parts of the white mound mountains. tonight a frost yirs very after midnight, in and around southern portions of carroll county through the heart of the lakes
freeze warning? in the area that you see the freeze warning you'll definitely get frost. this just indicates a good possibility of getting those temperatures actually to freezing or below. you can actually have the frost occur with temperatures that are red read four, five, six feet above the ground. temperatures right near freezing result in frost, or on grassy areas. little below to the west. no advisory up north because you've already seen a killing freeze earlier in the month. you'll notice temperatures right now are on the cool side and also accompanied by gusty wind. when you're in the shade it feels quite chilly with the winds active out of the north northwest. some gusts higher than 30 at times today. but those winds will abate and with clear skies, very dry air
freezing in concord. this would mark the coldest temperature since late april. you work a few miles inland and you're down near 32 or 33, that means a good possibility of frost in the morning. freezing temperatures, my 20's, great north woods, upper 20's in the upper valley. and right around 30 in a good part of the monadnock region. but after a cold start early tomorrow morning you'll notice a warmup back to our west, mid 60's not out of the question not only t then a cold front pays us a visit thursday evening before temperatures dip again by friday and the start of next weekend. but no storms to speak of across new england. we've got high and dry weather for tonight. one shower chance will come along about thursday evening. mainly in northern and western parts of the state. so again for tonight, the winds gradually subside, skies are clear. and temperatures tumble. for tomorrow a nice recovery by
well after a cold frosty start for some. back into the mid, maybe upper 60's. still quite mild on thursday. there could be a late day or evening shower. no beneficial rain from that front, but it does turn cooler and bright and seasonable, breezy on friday and the weekend not too bad. jean: up next, candidates for governor share their plans for rescuing new hampshire's economy. josh: then a great weekend for michigan fans, not so pretty for the resur
josh: turning back to commitment 2016 coverage, knowing that new hampshire already has low unemployment, we asked the candidates for governor what they see as the biggest challenge to the economy here. >> our economy in new hampshire is stagnant, there's no dou about it. one of the biggest challenges we face is retaining a younger work force in the state. we're losing that 25 to 35-year-old demographic in droves and they're going right over the border to massachusetts where charlie baker, a great republican governor, is breaking down regulation, breaking down permitting and really driving business into his state. and the reason is, exactly the reason i'm running for governor what i'm trying to bring to the table. you need leadership in the corner office that understands business, that can talk business to business, understand the
that they look at. whether it be energy costs or health care costs, talk to them at their level to make sure they understand what the vans are to coming into new hampshire. we need to incentivize our young work force to not just go to school here but to stay and work in some of our high risk jobs like teachers or clinicians or nursing. >> to grow jobs and strengthen our economy in new hampshire it's incredibly important that we strengthen our work force and protect our high quality of i saw this as a business leader at stoney field yogurt and southern new hampshire university, which i think is now our fastest growing large employer in the state. and i fought for projects like solar and renewable energy and getting passenger rail up to our state to help businesses grow quicker. when we talk about strengthening our quality of life, part of that is combating the drug crisis, which folks might not think of as an economic issue, but the fact is that it threatens our quality of life and that means it threatens all of us.
cost of college, improve education in our schools, do more to help our businesses grow with clean energy costs and investment in renewable energy. i'm going to work every day as governor to grow our economy and grow jobs by investing in the work force in our state. jean: also at 5:30, samsung switching plans for its replacement phones after a new round of popular beach thanks to hurricane matthew. jean: now this is olivia donning firefighter gear at the milford pumpkin festival. when i was one year old, i was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer on my spinal chord.
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grow with less red tape. lower college costs and cut student debt. and expand clean energy. let's take the next step forward, and keep our young families here. josh: police say a fatal dose of fentanyl land this man behind bars, why these arrests are so hard to make. jean: disturbing new details about a deadly home invasion, the suspects had just been released from jail. mike: cool but bright sunshine today.
week ahead. josh: and two new england professors will share a nobel prize for research that affects anyone who ever had a job. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur news 9 at 5:30. josh: tonight a rochester man is being held without bail charged with selling a lethal dose of fentanyl. i'm josh mcelveen. jean: i'm jean mackin. the victim died of an overdose cases are very difficult to investigate. josh: jennifer crompton is live at our seacoast bureau. reporter: across the state these cases are all too common for investigators. but being able to charge someone with an overdose death is not. and despite those odds, rochester sends three detectives to investigate every single overdose. a tip led rochester police to stake out a house on charles street on sunday.
sheridan avenue capping a three-month investigation. 27-year-old ryan kirk, a transient, charged with supplying the fentanyl that killed a young man found in an apartment complex in june. >> he was a male in his 20's, he was from a neighboring community in maine, and to our knowledge from this investigation he had come here specifically with the purpose to purchase the drugs that he ended up eventually taking. reporter: police can't say whetherir other overdoses. >> i can't speak to how many other people ingested what this gentleman was selling. you can relate to it a game of russian roulette. reporter: they send two detectives and a supervisor to investigate every overdose death. >> they're difficult cases because a lot of times you have to have a witness to the actual act of ingesting the drug. and unfortunately a lot of the
don't necessarily want to be cooperative with the police. reporter: as a result, finding someone accountable is not very common. >> it's not often we get to make a phone call to the family to tell them we've may an arrest. and there is some sense of closure for them and for us. reporter: kirk is due in court tomorrow at 1:00. rochester police have been working closely with the attorney generals drug task force and they anticipate that they will be prosecutinghe case. jennifer crompton, wmur news 9. jean: thanks. a 17-year-old from madison died in a car accident in tamworth this weekend, state police say juliette m. bertrand-huntley went off the road while rounding a curve on route 16 saturday morning, near chicorua lake. they are still looking for information to help them figure out why she lost control.
were behind bars in massachusetts, they broke into the home oh of an orange, massachusetts couple last wednesday, allegedly kill 95-year-old thomas hardy and injuring his wife, 77-year-old joanna fisher. they had been on the run since the home invasion and were spotted over the weekend outside a virginia wal-mart. >> the family is happy to see the arrest made, we knew it was forthcoming. it's a shame the thing went down like he d. he would have given him the but it wasn't like that. josh: the two had just been released from jail for allegedly stealing her grandmother's car. the suspects could be extradited to massachusetts by the end of the week. jean: it's a windy one today and the wind brought live power lines down onto a car in hooksett. the gust knocked over a tree which toppled into several utility poles. power lines dropped onto a car
but the road was closed until crews could replace the utility poles and clean up the mess. columbus day has a different name in vermont this year, where the holiday is officially known as indigenous peoples day. the governor signedded the declaration for 2016, for future years the next governor would have to issue another proclamation. although many towns have renamed columbus day, vermont is only the second state to recognize indigenous peoples day. josh: back to commitment 2016 we asked candidates for senate how that chamber would be improve in helping the economy. >> we've come together across party lines to lay the foundation for inclusive economic growth, that's included passing two balanced budgets without a sales or income tax. we froze tuition for the first time at our university system in 25 years and lower it at our
fun and also invested in critical economic priorities while also cutting small business taxes. i want to take that same approach to washington. i've laid out an economic plan that provides for ways we can foster in addition support job creating businesses and make sure that hard working families have the chance to truly get ahead. it outlines steps we can take to expand the r and d tax credit, make sure burden of student debt and lower the cost of higher education. support clean energy jobs. invest in our roads, our bridges and our highways. and it provides for a $1,000 tax break for middle class families. >> i'm the wife of a small business owner. i know how important it is that we make sure that we have a better tax code, because we have some of the highest business taxes in the world. and we need a code that keeps jobs here in the united states of america.
too much red tape coming from washington. so there's not a story that i don't hear from any business i visit in new hampshire about an alphabet soup agency that's making it harder. so a better regulatory climate to help people create better paying jobs here in new hampshire. and finally it's about education and work force, so that's why i've worked across the aisle on improving our stem education, improving our manufacturing work force education, that's senate. and also making sure that we expand access to, for example for pell grants for training programs. josh: we'll hear from the candidates for congress tomorrow. can you fine the full series of requested questions and answers on wmur.com. jean: more trouble for samsung tonight now that the
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jean: a holiday -- no holiday on wall street samsung says it's a justing the production schedule after more reports of phones smoking or igniting. josh: complaints about the phones of catching fire first came out in september. now some of the the replacement phones issued by the company fire. verizon, at&t, sprint and t mobile say they are no longer selling replacement note 7's. you can still swap out potentially combustible phones for a different device. there's a recall tonight for drum stick a cream cones after a factory that makes the treats showed signs of listeria. that test was done in a california facility, no one has gotten sick, but nestle is pull the treats just in case. the voluntary recall is for the
count vanilla pack. lunchables are also being recalled because of a labeling error. the some have wheat and soy which are not listed on the package. no one has gotten sick, but some customers have complained. jean: two massachusetts professors will share the nobel prize in economics, they study contract theory, the effects of different types of contracts for the nobel honor has left them a little bit dazed. >> i'm still wondering whether i will wake up or not or whether this is the real thing. but it does look great and real. jean: the two professors will summit the $930,000 prize. they probably have good plans for that. the red sox hope tonight will
josh: jamie staton is live at fenway park. >> less than 30 minutes to you to first pitch inside fenway park, the boston nine needs a win. jean: also ahead, one restaurant made a big offer to support its local team, but the cost of victory was more than it bargained for. jennifer: coming up at 6:00, we are now longer that one of the teenagers that was killed in awr student in new hampshire. tonight how her school is remembering her. plus the highway has been packed all day, wee catch up with tourists heading home after a vo: small businesses line main streets all over new hampshire
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josh: it is all on the line for the red sox tonight, they need to win tonight's game and the next two games after that against cleveland jean: yes, and jamie staton is live after fenway park where things are dryer than this time yesterday. reporter: dryer but much colder and much windier. that's right, red sox need to win tonight. their backs are to the wall. they need to win the next three days if they want to advance to play toronto. the red sox nine times in their history have within down 0-2 in a series, they've only won three times when that happened. but it happened in 2004 and the start of that series against the
today we watched' come out of the dougout hopefully for not the final time for batting practice. this did not look like a guy who might be playing is a final baseball game of his career, he was loose, joking around with all the indians, having a great time, and hopefully he'll lead the red sox to a win tonight. let's hear from both camps on this important game three. >> obviously we've got a lot of work to do, but i don't think anybody is really reflecting on what hne in the position we're in. we just gotta play good baseball. >> obviously they play well at home, they have a talented lineup, and the park does make a difference in the game. but i honestly don't make a whole lot adjustments given the park i'm pitching in, i try to do the same thing. report those two players would be the pitchers for game four tomorrow if necessary, that game
but first things first, red sox need to win this one, first pitch at 6:08 with clay buchholz on the mound. we'll have more at 6:00. josh: jamie, thanks. fans in michigan are happy, the university of michigan's massive victory over rutgers this weekend is costing one an arbor restaurant a lot of money. jean: ruth's promised to discount their bills by the point difference when the university wins. rutgers 78-0, that would mean a 78% discount. the steak house does have some fine print in its promotion, a cap of 50% off, which still means half off the bills for you michigan fans. good deal. american history has been unearthed in south carolina, thanks to hurricane matthew. josh: the storm revealed a stash of 19th century cannon balls on folly beach not far from fort sumter where the first shots of
took the rest to a nearby navy base. even no the worst of hurricane matthew has passed there are link aring dangers beyond the flooding. angel da spanos explains how to stay safe after a storm like this one. reporter: flooded streets, downed power lines, damaged homes. evidence of hurricane matthew is plain to see, but even though the worst of the weather may have passed, the dangers remain for many living in areas. the american red cross offers tips on how to stay safe once the eye of the storm has passed. first keep family and friends in the loop. let them know you're safe. if phone service is limited, remember, you can use social media to send out a quick message that you're okay. second, if you need to clean up debris, be sure to wear protective clothing and gloves to avoid jury. and last, take steps to avoid getting ill from contaminated
tap water warnings and cleaning out your fridge if the power went out. making sure to stay away from food that may have gone unrefrigerated. check out redcross.org for these and other tips. simple steps to keep you steaf from the storm -- safe from the storm even after the sun has come out. mike: we'll give you an update on the tropics right now, because we have a tropical storh to the south of bermuda. if you know folks that are heading out that way or are there right now, well, they have a hurricane watch in effect because notice the track of tropical storm nicole. top winds of 60 miles per hour, jogging north water about 6 miles per hour. and here we go, north northwest and then north northeast, right towards bermuda, by wednesday late afternoon or at night. as a category one hurricane.
on the order of 8 # to 100 miles per hour. and then it accelerates out to sea to the east of the canadian maritimes. so that could kick up the wave action east of new england coast over the next few days starting tomorrow and lasting right through the upcoming weekend. in terms of sky cover across new hampshire, beautiful weather, crystal clear in many spots, breezy and chilly. peak color in many parts of northern new hampshire freeze, but you've already seen a killing freeze in the great north woods. frosty cold for many tonight away from the coast, and those freezing temperatures likely for the first time in parts of western and central and even northern new hampshire away from the great north woods. again, you'll have freezing temperatures there. but we've already seen that killing freeze. quiet for the rest of the week. one shower chance will come in thursday evening and then it turns quite mild over the next few days, until that cold front with a shower thursday night, drops temperatures for friday
tonight, a good part of carroll county, anywhere south of the mount washington valley. it's likely that temperatures will dip a few degrees below freezing in western and northern new hampshire, that's where that freeze warning is up for tonight. as for temperatures, on the cool side to start, winds still active but they'll shut down later on tonight and that out, basically in the 20's and lower 30's in many locales. mid 20's up north. right around 35 or 36 in manchester and along the coast. crystal clear skies now, sunny skies for the day tomorrow. lighter winds tonight. temperatures bottoming out by morning, right around 37 or 38 downtown. but just away from downtown my 30's and a few low 30's.
continues statewide into wednesday. before a cold front triggers a couple of scattered showers late day or thursday evening. it temperatures go from 60's the next few days right back into the mid to upper 50's south, low 50's north for friday. still chilly saturday and a little warmer, maybe a late day shower on sunday. josh: one local ski resort will more snow. jean: swheel you that right after the break. josh: and a mother's mistake delays a wedding for hours, we'll tell you where search crews finally found the missing woman. >> and on "new hampshire chronicle." >> what do people say when you bring this to the table? >> a lot of them are very shocked, it's like oh my god. we didn't realize how big this
cover the trails more efficiently. and in vermont, snow making has already started at killington, we have the pictures to prove it. the state's largest ski area started making snow early this morning, to prepare for the women's audi f.i.s. ski world cup in late november. killington will be the first mountain in teern u.s. to host an alpine world cup event in 25 years. tickets and season passes go on sale later this week. josh: that will thank you for joining us. go sox. vo: small businesses line main streets all over new hampshire
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both donald trump and hillary clinton are far from perfect... and i'm not perfect either. but when partisan politicians shut down the government, i led the fight to reopen it. i've worked to find solutions to new hampshire's heroin epidemic. and i've crossed the aisle to protect new hampshire's clean air and clean water. i've been called a problem solver by independent groups, and ranked as one of the most bipartisan senators. i'm kelly ayotte - and i approve this message, because whether i'm working with i'm standing up for new hampshire. josh: driver identified. who police say was behind the wheefl an s.u.v. that led them on a chase and crashed into multiple cars. jennifer: plus vermont is mourning the loss of five teenagers after a wrong way
mike: frosty cold for many tonight, with a killing freeze for some areas. a look at how chilly it gets by morning. josh: and new fallout over donald trump's now infalls 2005 comments about women. tonight the new hampshire politicians who are still supporting his candidacy. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now wmur news 9 at 6:00. josh: late today police identified the driver they say caused a multivehicle accident in henniker. good evening, thank you for joining us. jennifer: i'm jennifer vaughn. police say kevin morong was trying at excessive speeds trying to get away from police when he crashed. reporter: authorities are still trying to figure out why kevin morong, who was allegedly reaching speeds of 100 miles per hour, failed to stop for police. authorities say this is the result of an s.u.v. driving at speeds of more than 100 miles per hour. through several towns sunday
state trooper saw a blue toyota rav4 speeding eastward. >> the trooper tried to catch up to the vehicle to stop it, but the vehicle was traveling so fast that it got out of his sight quickly. so he radioed ahead, the hillsboro police department subsequently saw the vehicle too. reporter: a hillsboro officer pursued the vehicle for a short time trying to get the driver to pull over, but eventually broke off the chase becauf speed. authorities say it wasn't long before calls began coming in about a crash. >> apparently the operator of the s.u.v. had lost control of the vehicle and struck three other vehicles in the process. reporter: police say the driver of the s.u.v. was ejected and pronounced dead at the scene. the drivers and passengers in the other vehicles were not seriously hurt. police say their investigation will continue. >> we have no idea at this point
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