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up to you and in a little while you're messin' with my mind ? ? and fillin' up my senses oh here you come again and lookin' better than a body has a right to ? ? and shakin' me up so that all i really know is here you come again ? ? and here i go here i go ? [ cheers and applause ] ? if i should stay i would only be in your way ? ? so i'll go
>> dolly, we will always love you. and i am so happy to present this willie nelson lifetime achievement award to the one and only dolly parton. [ cheers and applause ] ? >> wow! [ cheers and applause ] thank you so much, thank you lily, thank you all these beautiful girlfriends of mine. pentatonix, and congratulations to all the winners. what a tribute. i would have cried, but i didn't
i was doing my best. this is such a great compliment, a wonderful night for me. thank you for all of that. and now, for me to be receiving the willie nelson award, this is an absolute high for me. [ laughter ] having -- high achievement award, he's had some highs that border on historic. but enough of that. i'm very proud to receive this, and they asked me to hurry it up. they're saying they're behind. but you're talking about a lifetime, right? anyway -- i know how this goes. and i'll make it as fast as i can. how about jennifer nettles as an
colors"? we're doing it again on november 30th. i'm so proud of you. i want to thank all of my fans and everybody for allowing me to see my little girl dreams come true. i have a few people i must thank. my uncle bill, and tess walker, and betty, and fred, and all the many people that have helped me in i had a big speech, but they won't let me give it. thank you so much for this wonderful award. have a wonderful evening. please welcome sharon stone. [ cheers and applause ] ?
>> consider the mt. rushmore of male vocalist of the year awards that were awarded in just the first ten years. this year, the category puts the spotlight on five of our leading artists. these are impressive nominees. >> dierks bentley. >> eric church. >> tim mcgraw. >> chris stapleton. >> and keith urban. [ cheers and applause ] >> and this country girl is
to present the award for male vocalist of the year. and it goes to the cma award goes to chris stapleton. [ cheers and applause ] ? >> this is chris stapleton's second win for male vocalist of the year. [ cheers and applause ] ? >> well, if dolly was still back there, i'd give her my time. but tonight has been, i've gotten to be a fan so much tonight. what a wonderful night, what a wonderful show they've put together.
up on. and i want to thank everybody -- i love you too, sir. [ cheers and applause ] and it means so much to get to be a part of country music and country music, they're the best people in the world. country music people, all the fans. and all the people that make it, too. they're wonderful people, and i want everybody at home to know i want to thank my manager, all the guys in the band and crew, i can't do it without them. they bring it every night. i want to thank my wife. i want to thank my mom, who's in the audience, and my little sister, my in-laws. everybody, i'm telling you, it takes a village. thank you very much. [ cheers and applause ]
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? i'm gonna close my eyes and picture you ? ? today ? ? you keep brushing that hair back out of your eyes ? ? it just keeps falling and so do i i'm feeling like the luckiest man alive ? ? today ? ? and i don't know about tomorrow right now the whole world is right ? ? and the memory of a day like today can get you through the
>> hey, nashville. [ cheers and applause ] it's been almost 13 years since i came to nashville with a dream of being a songwriter and recording artist. i learned so much about what it means to be an entertainer from the remarkable artists in this arena tonight. that's just one of award and be a part of this historic night we'll all remember. these are the nominees. garth brooks. [ cheers and applause ] luke bryan. [ cheers and applause ]
i got to start by thanking bob doyle, randy bernard, nancy, christy, rob, all those guys at william morris. laurie in the west coast, the road family, band, crew, i love you guys. you know i love you. the coolest touring mate you could ask for, the love of my life, i love y much. i want to thank god, the cmas, very, very sweet. thank you for a wonderful, wonderful run. can't do without the way they treat the people. if you had to wrap this up in one word or one name, ben farrell. sweet guy, people, tonight, this is what it's all about. it couldn't have ended better
shop. shelley: this mother said her family was targeted because her son is black. mike: when the rain runs, plus how much we could see. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. shelley: we begin tonight with the state's drug crisis. and a record number of overdoses in october for one new hampshire city. good evening. i'm shelley walcott. tom: paramedics call it an alarming spike. last month, american medical response says it responded to 45 overdoses. seven of them were deadly. wmur's cherise leclerc is live in the studio with more on those numbers. cherise: the regional director of american medical response to the worst art of all this is the fact they can never really pinpoint why aren't win the overdose spikes will happen.
granite state, so does the number of overdoses reported in the state's second largest city. >> we've been trending in the high 20's throughout the summer so this is a very alarming spike of overdoses. seven of which were fatal. cherise: nashua ended the summer in september with 26 overdoses, a statistic that nearly doubled to 45 last month. and overdoses are up this year overall. american medical response has already responded to 310 overdoses this year, 35 people died. compared to all of last year, in which amr responded to 250 overdoses, where 19 people died. amr regional director chris stawasz attributes the spike to a far more potent synthetic painkiller. >> fentanyl is the killer drug we encounter. people heart used to wearing -- using certain amounts of heroin
them. cherise: fentanyl also requires more extensive life-saving measures than heroin, forcing first responders to use more of the overdose reversal drug narcan. >> we have to use more of it and certainly the time we have to administer it is short, but it is effective if we can get to them in time. cherise: a stressful and time-consuming crisis for first responders. >> it's a eager burden on all public safety agencies. we are still working on a number of different issues. in the city of nashua what we will not let this continue, i can tell you that. cherise: manchester saw a much smaller increase in overdoses in october, up 25%, compared to nashua's 73% jump. stawasz says manchester's safe stations program is making a difference for that city. live in the studio cherise leclerc wmur news9. tom: now to commitment 2016, it was night two of our granite
faced off for the last televised debate before election day. higher education, the drug crisis and the presidential candidates are just a few of the issues republican senator kelly ayotte and democrat, governor maggie hassan went head to head on. shelley: moderator and wmur political director josh mcelveen begins our team coverage tonight live from saint anselm college. josh: good evening to you guys. we talked about the price tag so staggering. we're talking north of 100 million dollars, but at the end of the day, this is about candidate themselves, their voting record and plans to solve the problems we face in this state and in this nation. not to mention that this is also a tight race, it's too close to call according to the latest granite state poll. this debate tonight was
a number of different issues. for recap, let's go to adam sexton who is standing by. adam: some moments of contention but for the most part, the candidates did stay mostly in their lanes tonight, content to race side-by-side in their their way. even in a discussion of cyber-security, these two u.s. senate candidates so unwiling to fully embrace their respective parties presidential nominees find themselves pulled back into the orbit of trump and clinton. >> wheu cyber-security, the democratic nominee, hillary clinton, that governor hassan has followed on so many issues and failed to call out on this issue she set up a private server, transferring classified information. >> i have said repeatedly that her use of emails was a mistake, she has said so as well, she has apologized, i think that's appropriate. adam: in turn, when given the chance, governor maggie hassan
ayotte's support for trump that lasted until last month. >> she said, on 35 different occasions, that she supported him. she called him a role model for our children, and then when the political winds seem to change, that's when she changed her position. >> she can use her talking points all she wants on this issue, but the people of this state know that i'll stand up for them no matter what. adam: there was plenty of quibbling both ways over familiar talking points, but on fi troops in iraq. however, on gun rights vs gun control big differences. >> i appreciate so much how important it is that we keep guns away from criminals and terrorists. i also believe it's equally important that we stand up for the 2nd amendment rights of our citizens. >> we should be closing the loopholes in our background check systems so that terrorists can't buy guns online and at gun shows, and even after the tragedy in orlando, senator ayotte had the opportunity to vote to close those loopholes,
adam: another rare moment of agreement came when these candidates said who they'd like to see win tonight's world series game seven tonight. they both replied the chicago cubs. the cubs were ahead a little while earlier and now it's tied up in the ninth inning. eventually at the cubs lose, it's possible the new hampshire senate race could be to blame for continuing that curse. josh let's go back inside to >> afterwards, candidates usually go into the spin room. kelly ayotte declined to do so but maggie hassan did take part and she stayed on message. >> we can continue to work together in this state, bring a new hampshire approach down to washington where people roll up their sleeves, get things done across party lines and build a brighter future where people who are working hard to get ahead have a chance to not only get ahead but can
josh: i'm joined by my colleague, he was on the panel this evening asking some of the questions. i know it's tough to listen to everything, but what was your biggest take away? john: the whole country innocence is watching because control of the senate could ride on this race. they mixed it up as she and also on the second amendment and they had a very important discussion about the supreme court. but as you noted earlier, there really wasn't a lot of wild, swinging at tax. josh: talk about that a little bit, because they had to come into this knowing that no one is trailing badly in this race. neither of them really tried to
where one person is seven or eight points behind, the underdog is going to go all out to try to knock down the front runner. both of these candidates consider themselves the front runner. they both think they are going to win. so they were feisty but they stayed within their message. josh: good stuff. now it will be u t in the race is. we have three podiums set up for tomorrow night. the first independent candidate in this debate. night number three of the granite state debate here it that's a wrap on night number two in the high-profile, high-stakes u.s. senate debate.
never stops on wmur.com and on our mobile app and on social media. head over to wmur's facebook to watch tonight's debate in it's entirety. shelley: now to the race for the white house, president obama will be here in the granite state on monday campaigning for hillary clinton. specific details about the visit have not been released yet. we do know that it will be a get-out-the-vote rally monday afternoon. the president is campaigning for hillary clinton every day except saturday. tom: on the republican side, donald trump's daughter ivanka will be here tomorrow. she will being making stops in manchester, hollis and nashua. her father will be back in the granite state on friday with a rally in atkinson. the republican nominee will make one final push here monday night for a rally in manchester. donald trump is now calling on early voters for hillary clinton to now change their ballots. the republican nominee has been in the battleground state of florida all day. he shifted some of the focus to
mr. trump: but you have to get out, you have to vote. we have to get out there. we don't want to blow it, that i can tell you because we have worked very hard, all of us. it's very historic what is happening. i would like to begin by thanking all of you. this has been an incredible journey and we've all done it together. we're almost at the end. tom: today trump continued to saying that a clinton victory would trigger an quote unprecedented and protracted constitutional crisis. shelley: here in new hampshire, senator jeanne shaheen, congresswoman annie kuster, and massachusetts attorney general maura healey in manchester this afternoon, energizing volunteers at the clinton campaign headquarters. the new hampshire women together event kicks off the final week of canvassing for votes, as democrats focus on controversies surrounding donald trump's
>> and i think it's important to remind people that somebody who has that attitude about sexual assault should not be president of the united states. >> so we've got to change the world and we've got to make it better going forward for everyone, and what better way to send that message than elect the first women president of the united states. shelley: volunteers are being urged to remind voters there is still same-day registration at the polls. facing news charges. coming up next on me-tv. -- coming up on news9 tonight former state rep kyle tasker now , accused of driving drunk and causing a crash. why tasker might soon be behind bars. tom: and, this derry mom speaking out tonight. the threatening messages and vandalism she believes are racially motivated. mike: drier and warmer today but
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